Bugsy Malone, the 1976 musical film, is very loosely based on events in Chicago, Illinois in the Prohibition era, specifically, the exploits of gangsters like Al Capone as dramatized in cinema. The movie stars children as the gangsters and their molls, most notably a young Jodie Foster as Tallulah, and Scott Baio in the title role. The plot concerns the manufacture of a brand of custard, which is used first in cream-topped pies then later in ´splurge guns´.This songbook contains a background to the making of the film, over 40 photographs and a brief synopsis to the story. Fat Sam´s Grand Slam Bad Guys My Name is Tallulah So You Wanna Be a Boxer
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Paul Bowles on Music:Includes the last interview with Paul Bowles Paul Bowles
Harmonies in Japanese Music: Paul Bevan
DescriptionFifty selected titles from the hits of Paul Simon. Arranged for piano/vocal with guitar chords. Includes ´Still Crazy After All These Years´, ´Bridge Over Troubled Water´, ´Scarborough Fair´ and many more.SonglistA Hazy Shade Of WinterAce In The HoleAmericaApril Come She WillAt The ZooBridge Over Troubled WaterCeceliaCloudyCongratulationsDiamonds On The Soles Of Her ShoesDuncanEverything Put Together Falls ApartFlowers Never Bend With The RainfallFor Emily, Whenever I Find HerGone At LastGracelandHearts And BonesHey SchoolgirlHow The Heart Approaches What It YearnsI Am A RockI Know What I KnowJonahKathy´s SongKeep The Customer SatisfiedKodachromeLate Great Johnny AceLate In The EveningLoves Me Like A RockMother And Child ReunionMy Little TownOh MarionOld FriendsOne Mans Ceiling Is Another Mans FloorPunky´s DilemmaRene Andgeorgette Magritte With Their DogRichard CoryScarborough Fair [Simon, Paul]Some Folks Lives Roll EasySound Of SilenceSt Judy´s CometStill Crazy After All These YearsTake Me To The Mardi GrasThat Was Your MotherThe 59th Street Bridge SongThe BoxerThe Boy In The BubbleTrain In The DistanceUnder African SkiesWednesday Morning 3.AmYou´re Kind
A Leaf is Paul McCartney´s second composition in the classical idiom. Completed in 1994, ´A Leaf´ was conceived for the intimate resources of a solo piano. McCartney gratefully acknowledges the invaluable contribution of John Fraser in bringing this work to fruition.Its seven linked movements are for the most part reflective in character, expanding into bravura passages which the composer calls the ´moutain peaks´ of the work. The climax of the fast fifth movement is the tallest of these peaks and an alternative version is provided for those pianists not yet ready to scale its heights.