» » New York City - The Best Of New York City

New York City - The Best Of New York City mp3 flac

  • Singer: New York City
  • Album: The Best Of New York City
  • MP3: 1642 mb | FLAC: 1732 mb
  • Released: 1976
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 403
New York City - The Best Of New York City mp3 flac

New York, the city that never sleeps, is heaven for any photographer. From its stunning skyline to its street photography New York City is crammed full to the brim of iconic photo locations just waiting to be captured.

New York City is an album by The Peter Malick Group featuring Norah Jones. The album was recorded during August and September 2000, a few weeks before Jones made her own demos for Blue Note Records, and released three years later. Jones sings on all seven tracks, and this album is more bluesy than Jones' debut album, Come Away with Me. One of the tracks of the album, "Strange Transmissions", was bundled with the Nokia 6230 mobile phone.

From Frank Sinatra’s New York, New York to Jay-Z's Empire State of Mind, songs about New York City span genres and generations. But in between chants of New York City and Que Pasa, New York? Lennon sings the city’s praises and tells the story of how he and Yoko came to make NYC their home. This fast-paced rock song is Lennon’s ode to New York.

The New Yorker: With more than twelve thousand individual parts, including Canadian maple, Bavarian spruce, and Swedish steel, each piano takes nearly a year to assemble, at the factory in Queens. Carl Griffin: The ceiling was absolutely stunning. Jen Meola: The Best Music store in NYC! Rudy’s Music is an authentic music shop specializing in Vintage & Custom guitars. It's been a New York City landmark since 1978. Steve Dean: Absolutely beautiful venue. 4. TR Crandall Guitars. Marc Jacobs: Top-rate repair shop, especially for vintage or acoustic instruments. Oh, and they sell stuff too. Omar Rodriguez: Is the best for classic guitar we looking for 1977 telecaster y so fine I’m like.

Theme from New York, New York by Frank Sinatra (1980). The city's unofficial anthem sees New York through the wide eyes of an outsider: a small-town striver hoping that "If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere. The song breathes aspiration, and is itself a fairly recent arrival: Broadway's John Kander and Fred Ebb wrote it for Liza Minnelli to sing in 1977's New York, New York (a film set in the '40s), and Frank Sinatra made it famous three years later. New York, I Love You but You're Bringing Me Down by LCD Soundsystem (2007). From an album that inspired a critical love-in came a video that starred Kermit the Frog, for a song that LCD Soundsystem chose to close its farewell show.

New York is one of those cities that just has to be immortalized in song. There are great rock songs about New York, fantastic jazz tunes about New York and unforgettable rap songs about NYC. Some of the songs on this list of songs about New York celebrate the Big Apple and others take a look at some of the problems that occur in the big city. Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' ode to New York, Empire State of Mind made this list of New York songs. This 2009 hit, definitely does justice to the city that never sleeps. loves to party everywhere, including New York

Gangs of New York: Downtown Manhattan. The Bowery Boys ruled their domain in the Bowery neighborhood of Manhattan: The mid-19th century anti-Catholic, anti-Irish gang was one of the most notorious of the day. The movie begins with a battle in the old Five Points neighborhood but was also filmed on a set in Italy so that scenes could imitate an old-fashioned and believable NYC where gangs once fought for power. The saga - which spans a decade - begins with two strangers sharing a ride from Chicago to New York City while arguing whether men and women can remain platonic friends. Years later, upon a chance meeting, the two meet again and the same argument arises. From Katz’s Deli, where Sally shows Harry how women fake it, to Washington Square Park and the Upper West Side, NYC becomes a central element in this classic rom-com.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 I'm Doin' Fine Now
Written-By – Sherman Marshall, Thom Bell
A2 Hang On Sloopy
Written-By – Bert Russell, Wes Farrell
A3 Make Me Twice The Man
Written-By – Tim McQueen
A4 By The Time I Get To Phoenix
Written-By – Jim Webb*
A5 Got To Get You Back Into My Life
Written-By – Phillip Pugh*, Sherman Marshall
A6 Quick, Fast, In A Hurry
Written-By – Linda Creed, Thom Bell
B1 Happiness Is
Written-By – Bruce Hawes, Charles Simmons , Joseph B. Jefferson*
B2 Do You Remember Yesterday
Written-By – Kenny Gamble*, Linda Creed, Thom Bell
B3 Love Is What You Make It
Written-By – Bruce Hawes, Charles Simmons , Joseph B. Jefferson*
B4 Darling Take Me Back
Written-By – Phil Terry, Talmadge Conway*, Theodore Life
B5 Reach Out
Written-By – Bobby Hart, Danny Janssen, Wes Farrell

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Sigma Sound Studios


  • Arranged By – John Bahler (tracks: A2 to A4, B5), Thom Bell (tracks: A1, A5 to B4)
  • Conductor – John Bahler (tracks: A2 to A4, B5), Thom Bell (tracks: A1, A5 to B4)
  • Producer – Thom Bell (tracks: A1, A5 to B4), Wes Farrell (tracks: A2 to A4, B5)


Recorded at Sigma Sound, Philadelphia