|Hang On To Me||2:15|
|47-9119||John Gary||Sleeping Beauty (7")||RCA Victor||47-9119||US||1967|
|47-9119||John Gary||Sleeping Beauty (7", Promo)||RCA Victor||47-9119||US||1967|
|47-9119||John Gary||Hang On To Me / Sleeping Beauty (7", Single)||RCA||47-9119||Canada||Unknown|
|47-9119||John Gary||Sleeping Beauty / Hang On To Me (7", Single)||RCA||47-9119||Canada||Unknown|
Arranged by David Gates and produced by Joe Reisman Written by John Gary. Arranged by David Gates and produced by Joe Reisman. Amazingly popular in the AC field – his song Cold topped the AC charts in December 1967 - John Gary reached the Hot-100 only once, in spite of using arrangers such as David Gates (here) and Charlie Callelo. With Joe Reisman again producing, David Gates arranged another title for John Gary in 1964, The Bell Rings. Other Joe Reisman/David Gates collaborations: Ann Margaret’s Hey Little Star (1963) and Gwen Stacey’s How Many Times Can One Heart Break (1964).
Sleeping Beauty is a 1976 comedy album recorded by Cheech & Chong. On November 15, 2005, the long out-of-print album was finally re-released and digitally re-mastered on CD, along with Let's Make a New Dope Deal.
B. Hang On To Me. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.Hang On To Me, Sleeping Beauty (7", Single). Sleeping Beauty (7", Promo).
Sleeping Beauty (French: La Belle au bois dormant), or Little Briar Rose (German: Dornröschen), also titled in English as The Sleeping Beauty in the Woods, is a classic fairy tale about a princess that is cursed to sleep for a hundred years by an evil fairy, where she would be awakened by a handsome prince.
London Symphony Orchestra;John Williams.
Album · 1963 · 11 Songs. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. See All. The Very Best of John Gary.
Sleeping Beauty (1959) was in production at the Disney Studios for nearly a decade. Story work began in 1951, voices were recorded in 1952, the actual animation took place between 1953 and 1958, and the stereophonic score was recorded in 1957. The movie was finally released one to two years later, in 1959. At the time, Sleeping Beauty (1959) was the most expensive Disney animation. 65 of 67 found this interesting Interesting?
The Sleeping Beauty was notated in the Stepanov notation method ca. 1903 and is part of the Sergeyev Collection. Prior to Petipa and Tchaikovsky’s version, there had been other ballet productions of The Sleeping Beauty in the west throughout the 19th century. The Petipa/Tchaikovsky version made its debut in the west in 1896 when it was staged by Giorgio Saracco at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Excerpts from the ballet were staged by Sergei Diaghilev in London in 1911, with Matilda Kschessinskaya as Princess Aurora and Vaslav Nijinsky as Prince Désiré
Sleeping Beauty" is the title song of the film of the same name. It is sung partially as a reprise to the tune of The Gifts of Beauty and Song while the three good fairies put the people in King Stefan's castle to sleep. Sleeping Beauty fair Gold of sunshine in your hair Lips that shame the red, red rose Dreaming of true love in slumber repose.