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What would you consider her best song?
http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DZ74AERdp_qU What am I, 120 years old?
What was your favorite Jenny Lind concert, OP?
[bold]What am I, 120 years old?
What was your favorite Jenny Lind concert, OP?[/bold]
But it does surprise me that Glenda Jackson's [italic]Women in Love[/italic] co-star has had a singing career. (No answer with that one.)
"Magic"...so hypnotic and the best thing about the movie it came from.
Glenda Jackson's speech about Thatcher was great
I thought she nailed "Anyone Who Had A Heart."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0B12f8pFpU "Falling" from the Physical album
"A Little More Love"
Twist of Fate
In that order, bitches!
Second runner-up: Sam.
This is how female pop singers sang pre-Madonna. No one moved much.
"Don't understand what's goin' on/Woke-up this morning all the hurt was gone"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2hawbp5XT4 Her rendition of Alfie on her Women of Song album is gorgeous.
[quote] Her rendition of Alfie on her Women of Song album is gorgeous.
R6, that's not bad, but to me Wynona has the ultimate rendition of Anyone Who Had a Heart.
Magic, Xanadu, or A Little More Love....I can't choose. Landslide is also one of my favorites.
http://touch.dailymotion.com/video/xiae1h_landslide-olivia-newton-john-totally-live_music I loved Magic - particularly when she ponies around on the stage.
She was 1980 perfection. Gorgeous girl before plastic surgery.
No one back then ever would have guessed she was Jewish because of her look.
https://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DoU5t3Ft5JhU The correct answer is: "The Rumour," by Elton John and Bernie Taupin.
It should have been a huge hit, but just before she was about to promote it she got the breast cancer diagnosis and had to have surgery.
http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3D7doVdujPMbc R18 beat me to it.
But I also love her duet with John Denver, "Fly Away", she just sounded really lovely on it, one of her best vocal performances.
I know: MARY!
R18, did she live?
Xanadu, but then, that movie and song came out when I was so young, and they were just magical to me. I had to sing it over and over. My poor parents. Xa-na-duuuu.
Magic, followed by Come on Over.
I also love the one where she sang back-up to John Denver, someone whose songs I normally don't like. (The song is Fly Away.)
Come on Over.
(She also sang the best rendition of Don't Cry for me Argentina, next to Julie Covington.)
This one is haunting. If'n love it!
If u've never hward it TURN IT UP
I love you Livy
Olivia Newton John with Jon Secada -
"Every Time It Snows"
from Olivia Newton-John's CD "Christmas Wish".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32cJVQ0TQBs Have you never been mellow
Hopelessly devoted to you
"Shakin' You". Also, the video clip shot in Venice, beautiful!
"If Not For You"....love the steel guitar!
Don't forget the AM radio classic Have You Never Been Mellow. I love her dulcet tones.
Defintely A Little More Love.
http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DuS_9E-iSuQI A Little More Love
Deeper Than the Night
Dancin' (Xanadu soundtrack)
Twist of Fate
Did "Soul Kiss" kill her career? I didn't even realize until recently that it was about giving blowjobs!
http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DKdcv2kMsOxo At one time she had the movie rights to Evita.
Underrated masterpiece...written by Barry Gibb and intended for Barbra's "Guilty" album but was rejected.
http://www.youtube.com/watch%3Fv%3DG6BTay0e4to Career Killer .....
Coming off of the 'Physical' album, this flopped and her career never really ever recovered.
I blame Chloe.
Soul Kiss...featuring Peg Bundy on background vocals.
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