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This classic song by Harold Arlen from the film, The Wizard of Oz, was arranged and performed by Tommy from the mid '70s
Over the Rainbow is the debut album of the child singer Connie Talbot, and was released 26 November 2007 by Rainbow Recording Company
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Over the Rainbow (オーバー ザ レインボー) is the debut Japanese album of South Korean girl group Rainbow, and their first full album overall. It was released on March 28, 2012 in Japan under Universal Sigma. It was preceded by the singles "A", "Mach" and first original Japanese single "Gonna Gonna Go!".
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Somewhere over the rainbow Way up high There's a land that I heard of Once in a lullaby. Somewhere over the rainbow Skies are blue And the dreams that you dare to dream Really do come true
I tabbed this out as a way to learn the song myself. The tab is not exact to what Tommy plays, but it gives the basic song and you can embellish it with your own style and ad libs. Listen to Tommy playing it and go from there. For the waterfall harmonics, Tommy has a lesson on YouTube for how he plays them. Good luck mastering the technique! But, playing the chords as written without the. waterfall harmonics still sounds good. Intro: (waterfall harmonics).
When something's wrong in the Rainbow Kingdom, bighearted guardian True and her best friend, Bartleby, are there to grant wishes and save the day. Watch trailers & learn more. But now the little cloud is in hiding - and she's nowhere to be found when the Rainbow Kingdom needs her. A Snoozy Sleepover. 24m. When True invites her friends over for a sleepover, the Rainbow King accidentally "sleep-floats" away. Can True's wishes help bring him back down? True's Birthday Party.
Taken from Chet Is Back!, recorded in Italy in 1962, Somewhere Over the Rainbow features Baker at his finest, and is an excellent introduction to the musician's non-vocal work. As is the case with most Baker albums, Somewhere Over the Rainbow feels like a quickly put-together session recording. The material is all standard jazz repertoire, played in a no-frills format, without specific arrangements or endings. It is the musicianship here that is the main attraction. Baker has rarely sounded better; his technique is in top shape, and his solos are textbook examples of lyrical bop playing.
|A1||This Christmas (Vocal)||4:23|
|A2||This Christmas (Extended Mix)||5:27|
|B1||Why Can't It Be Christmas Everyday (Vocal)||3:56|
|B2||Why Can't It Be Christmas Everyday (Percapella Mix)||3:55|
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