Human Beatbox – Herman MatthewsWritten-By – Julia Fordham. Written-By – Eric Michael Stewart, Graham Keith Gouldman. 5. Alone Again (Naturally). Written-By – Gilbert O'Sullivan.
Originally it was simply a love song about ‘being happy ever after. Seeing a piece on TV about apartheid in South Africa and Nelson Mandela, the lyric took on a different dimension for me. In the new middle section, we reflect upon the current humanitarian crises and suffering affecting people in northern Africa and Syria. I’m Not In Love: When I was a teenager, my parents reluctantly agreed to let me go to a disco. Just as well they did, because when the ‘slow song’ came on, it was this timeless gem from 10cc
In 2016, Cherry Red Records released a two-CD deluxe version of Julia Fordham. Moon River" from Breakfast At Tiffany's, Blondie's "Call Me", Eurythmics' "Who's That Girl", and Janis Ian's "Seventeen" proved particularly popular with fans. The album also included two new compositions ("Like You Used to Do" and "The Morning After") plus another re-working of "Happy Ever After".
Julia Fordham is a jazz related pop/art song/folk music album recording by JULIA FORDHAM released in 1988 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Julia Fordham - Comfort Of Strangers - 7" Vinyl 45 Record Virgin. JULIA FORDHAM I Thougt It Was You CD Circa.
Julia’s third album Swept reached N. 3 in the UK chart in 1991 and featured her biggest hit to date, (Love Moves In) Mysterious Ways. It was also chosen as the theme song for the Demi Moore film, The Butcher’s Wife and became a big hit in the UK, the Philippines and the US, where Julia has appeared on the David Letterman Show performing and being interviewed. With the success of Swept Julia undertook her most ambitious tour yet, performing in Japan, America, Ireland and culminating in the UK with a date at London’s prestigious Royal Albert Hall. Julia’s first 3 albums all went Gold in Japan. The album covers some of her favourite contemporary songs with a jazz interpretation.
Style: pop. Album year: 1988. Julia Fordham - Few Too Many 03:20. Julia Fordham - Where Does The Time Go? 04:27. Concrete Love - Julia Fordham. Under the Rainbow - Julia Fordham. The Julia Fordham Collection - Julia Fordham. That'S Life - Julia Fordham.
The album reached No. 33 in the UK and contained the Top 40 hit "(Love Moves In) Mysterious Ways", which peaked at No. 19 in early 1992 and was also featured in the 1991 film The Butcher's Wife. Julia Fordham (album). Julia Fordham is the debut album by English singer-songwriter Julia Fordham, released in 1988.
TV Show∙мар 30, 2008. Tracey Ullman's State of the Union. Tracey Ullman's State of th. racey Ullman's State of the Union is an American sketch-comedy series starring Tracey Ullman. The series was written by Ullman along with Hollywood satirist Bruce Wagner. Gail Parent and Craig DiGregorio acted as contributing writers to the series' first season. On May 17, 2010, it was announced that State of the Union would not be returning for a fourth season. Julia Fordham on Simon Mayo Radio Show 1994 'Happy Ever After Live'. Part One of Two. 311+ views.
British Singer Songwriter Julia Fordham burst into the music scene in 1988 on Virgin Records with the International hit Happy Ever After.
Written-By – Deborah Harry, Giorgio Moroder
|2||Who's That Girl
Written-By – Annie Lennox, David Allan Stewart*
|3||Happy Ever After
Human Beatbox [Vocal Beatbox] – Herman MatthewsWritten-By – Julia Fordham
|4||I'm Not In Love
Written-By – Eric Michael Stewart*, Graham Keith Gouldman*
|5||Alone Again (Naturally)
Written-By – Gilbert O'Sullivan
Written-By – Sting
|7||Like You Used To Do
Written-By – Grant Mitchell, Julia Fordham
Written-By – John Lennon - Paul McCartney*
|9||The Morning After (The Night With You)
Written-By – Grant Mitchell, Julia Fordham
Written-By – Janis Ian
Written-By – Stevie Wonder
Written-By – Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
|VICJ-61705||Julia Fordham||The Language Of Love (CD, Album)||Victor||VICJ-61705||Japan||2014|
|CNLR 1505||Julia Fordham||The Language Of Love (CD, Album)||C&L Music, Warner Music Korea||CNLR 1505||South Korea||2015|
|RREDCD180||Julia Fordham||The Language Of Love (CD, Album)||Red River Entertainment||RREDCD180||US||2017|