Title Song

Some articles on title song, song, title, songs:

Mc Gurk: A Dog's Life - Title Song
... The show's title song was "We're your dogs", and was sung and performed by the four principal cast members ...
Countess Lisl Von Schlaf - Production - Music
... The title song, written by Conti and Michael Leeson, was sung by Sheena Easton, who holds the distinction of being the first title song artist to appear on screen in a Bond film, as ... of the film wanted Blondie to perform the title song the band wrote a song titled "For Your Eyes Only", but decided to decline the offer when they discovered the ... Blondie's song can be found on their 1982 album, The Hunter ...
The Last Of The Secret Agents - Production
... wished to recreate their success with the duo's screen debut and swan song in the film ... Nancy Sinatra had made several film appearances previously, but a planned song written for her by Paramount's Famous Music Burt Bacharach and Hal David was cut due to budget constraints ... ordered the producer to have Sinatra sing in the film with Hazlewood quickly composing a title song for her reminiscent of John Barry's Thunderball that wasn't on the Pete King soundtrack album ...
Ramin Karimloo - Career
... of Aladdin in Chatham, in which he played the title role ... In 2008 Ramin recorded a song, "I Only Wish for You", with Shona Lindsay and Dianne Pilkington, for the CD Songs from the Musicals of Alexander S ... As part of the 25th anniversary of The Phantom of the Opera, Ramin performed the title song at The Royal Variety Performance - held in The Lowry, Manchester - on Monday ...
Smile, Darn Ya, Smile! - Notes
... The song in the short was made by Billy Cotton (the song was named after the short) ... The title song was featured in Prosperity Blues, a 1932 Krazy Kat cartoon ... The title song was also featured twice in the 1988 movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit first when Eddie drives into Toontown, and again at the end of the film ...

Famous quotes containing the words song and/or title:

    A song is anything that can walk by itself.
    Bob Dylan [Robert Allen Zimmerman] (b. 1941)

    Now that the steam engine rules the world, a title is an absurdity, still I am all dressed up in this title. It will crush me if I do not support it. The title attracts attention to myself.
    Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (1783–1842)