Posts Tagged ‘Video’

Wingspan is a 2001 made-for-television documentary film about Paul McCartney’s musical career, after The Beatles split up, with his second band, Wings.

Produced by the McCartneys’ MPL Communications, it was broadcast around the world to accompany the contemporary release of a 2-disc retrospective collection from McCartney’s solo career, titled Wingspan: Hits and History. An accompanying book, also titled Wingspan, based upon the documentary’s script as edited by Beatles’ historian Mark Lewisohn, was published in 2002. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wingspan_%28film%29

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MariahCarey

Mariah Carey is the self-titled debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey, released on June 12, 1990 by Columbia Records. Five singles were released from the album, four of which became number-one hits on the Hot 100. “Vision of Love” was chosen as the album’s lead single, topping the charts in Canada, New Zealand, and the United States. The song was critically lauded, and was regarded as one of the strongest debut singles by a female singer. The album’s second single, “Love Takes Time” was also well received and peaked the charts in Canada and the US. With the following two singles, “Someday” and “I Don’t Wanna Cry” reaching number one in the US, Carey became the first artist since The Jackson 5 to have their first four singles top the charts in the United States. Read more at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariah_Carey_%28album%29

(C) 1992 Geffen Records

Happy Tuesday 🙂

This is a classic children’s book, some of you may remember it. The book is still in print, but this pressing is from 1973 that included a read-along record. The record is very hard to find, but I lucked up and found both the book and record complete on eBay a few years ago.

I always wanted to put this to video, but was always busy, until now. I initially did this for my kids to enjoy, but after it was complete I realized how many could benefit from this wonderful story with read-along text. The pages are old, the record has pops, but it looks and sounds wonderfully classic. HD video quality for classroom or home viewing. Ages 4-8 recommended.