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Check out these great reviews from folks who’ve found the album! Check out all the tracks here.
A Review of Toots Hibbard’s Reggae Version
Pam/Amazon/April 15, 2012
The sound is so good. I love the beat and as always, Toots’ voice. And I love the art work on the cover; it is really well done. May Toots live forever! He always has a new surprise for us. Jah love.
A Review of Unchained Melody Celtic Single
Eternalbloom25Katie Carpenter has a beautiful voice that really soars over this lovely and enchanting arrangement of “Unchained Melody.” You can tell this song is sung form the heart and is a really moving performance. Very happy I just listened to it!!! : ) ~Aiyana Cadwell (LA based singer/song-writer.)
Not only did we proudly release our latest album, Variations: Dylanna Music Presents Unchained Melody in the US, Australia/New Zealand, and Canada on April 17th… (insert drum roll, please) just three days later the album landed at #17 on This Week’s AirPlay Direct Top 50 Albums Chart. You can download the album on Amazon or iTunes today and decide which is your favorite rendition of the classic American love song. And buy a ringtone here.
Check out this stellar playlist…
“Unchained Melody a Cappella”, by the B-team
Watch the video of “Unchained Melody Reggae”, by Reggae legend, Toots Hibbard
“Unchained Melody Americana”, by R&B singer, Cody Kahmar
Watch the video of “Unchained Melody Hawaiian”, by Grammy winner, George Kahumoku, Jr.
Watch the video of “Unchained Melody Celtic”, by Dublin’s own, Katie Carpenter
Unchained Melody Mariachi, by Candi Sosa
“Unchained Melody (The Dance Mix)” by Tammy Infusino
Mr. Nichols, who saw “Death of a Salesman” performed on Broadway when he was 17 years old, never forgot the impression made on him by Mr. Mielziner’s skeletal set and Mr. North’s fragile, wistful score, and so he decided to incorporate them into his own staging 63 years later.
Don’t miss this great profile on Alex North by Sara Fishko. Sara Fishko produces and hosts Fishko Files, a series of features on art, culture, music and media, as well as many special programs. Her piece is insightful.
A new staging of the play Death of a Salesman opened last night on Broadway, with incidental music by Alex North. The score goes back 63 years to the play’s original production. In today’s Fishko Files, WNYC’s Sara Fishko has this appreciation of North’s musical gifts…