Great Songs Of Stage & Screen / Seth Macfarlane
“Once Upon A Dream” “I Loved You Once In Silence” “Let’s Not Be Sensible” “Ten Minutes Ago” “Ain’t Got A Dime To My Name (Ho Ho Ho Ho Hum)” “Love Is Only Love” “What Did I Have That I Don’t Have?” “Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are” “Two For The Road” “All Er Nothin’” “You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To” “Mind If I Make Love To You” “Time For Parting”
Acclaimed vocalist Seth MacFarlane has announced the imminent release of his sixth studio album. Great Songs From Stage & Screen. The new set is a combination of tender ballads and uptempo tunes interpreted in MacFarlane’s much-admired style. They’re complemented by the lush and rich orchestrations of revered composer Bruce Broughton. The songs, with their origins in film and theatre by such great writers as Rodgers & Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Lerner & Loewe and Henry Mancini, vividly evoke the golden age of Hollywood and showbusiness. The lead track from Great Songs From Stage & Screen will be Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn’s “Let’s Not Be Sensible.” That ballad was previously performed by Bing Crosby with Robert Farnon and his Orchestra on the soundtrack to the 1962 comedy film The Road To Hong Kong, starring Crosby and Bob Hope.