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Daniel Portman was born and raised in the suburbs of Zurich, Switzerland. He fell in love with electronic music at a very young age. It was the late 90s, with all its ups and downs, when young Daniel started to test his musical abilities on an Akai2000 sampler and an old sequencer. After a long ride of experimenting, he ended up with a bunch of tracks. Daniel went back to his small bedroom studio, made another bunch of tracks and along the way he stumbled into the porn industry. He played in different adult movies in order to pay his...
Like so many other Los Angeles studio musicians, guitarist and composer Larry Carlton was faced with a choice a number of years back: whether to go solo and develop a name for himself under his own name or to continue the less risky, more lucrative existence as a session guitarist, making good money and recording with prominent musicians. Fortunately for fans of this eclectic guitarist, he chose the former, and has recorded under his own name for Warner Bros., MCA Records and GRP Records since 1978. Carlton's studio credits from the 1970s and early '80s include musicians and groups like...
Daniel Powter is a Canadian recording artist, born on 25 February 1971. He grew up in Vernon, British Columbia, Canada, in the Okanagan Valley region of British Columbia. With few local musical influences, he credits his early exposure to music to his mother, who was a pianist and took her son on long distance trips to see artists like Prince perform in Vancouver. Daniel Powter released his debut album, I'm Your Betty, in 2000. The album, limited to a very small print, contains ten songs, two of which—"More Than I" and "Negative Fashion"—were featured on the television show Higher Ground....
Vanessa Lee Carlton (born August 16, 1980 in Milford, Pennsylvania) is an American pop and rock singer, songwriter and pianist best known for her hit song "A Thousand Miles", the first single from her platinum-selling debut album Be Not Nobody (2002). Vanessa's fifth studio album, Liberman, was released on October 23 2015, through Dine Alone Records. It marks her first release since signing with Dine Alone Records. The title of the album comes from an oil painting made by Carlton's late maternal grandfather, whose given surname was "Liberman". Official website: http://www.vanessacarlton.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/vanessacarlton Twitter: http://twitter.com/vanessacarlton Vanessa Carlton first began playing...
The British violinist, Daniel Hope, is renowned the world over for his musical versatility and creativity. In January 2007 he signed an exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon, with whom he will now record a variety of projects. In 2004 Hope won three major awards for his recording of Berg and Britten Concerti - the Classical Brit Awards in England, and in Germany the Deutsche Schallplattenpreis and the ECHO Klassik Prize. At the 2005 Grammy™ Awards he received two nominations; and in October 2006 he won the ECHO Prize for the third year in succession. The New York Times said of...
Found 51 songs, duration: 01:16:20
He Looks so Peaceful
Maybe I Am a Moron
Forty-Seven to Be Exact
The Escape (Early Version, From Broken Wings)
As Long as We Don't Get Caught
The Things We Can't Escape
The Escape (From Broken Wings)
Is This Where I Live?
Rainy Day Window Seat
She Was Finally Free (From Broken Wings)
The Broken Made New
You Can't Fix What Ain't Baroque
Bad Grade (Alternate Version, From Broken Wings)
Off the Deep End
Olympus Mons
The Week of Weeks
Got Any Honey?
Who Are These People?
The Heavyweight
Angels Don't Have Wings
You're Still My Favorite
It's an Evolutionary Trait
I Think It Is Time
I'm Gonna Miss You Too
Music from the Uncle Max Trailer
When's the Funeral?
Closing Up (Unused Version)
Never Fight Love (Mono Version)
Ready Back There?
Well, There You Go
Never Fight Love
The Backroom
Closing Up
Never Fight Love (Early Version)
A Kick in the Pants
Bad Grade (From Broken Wings)
Uncle Max Theme (Early Version)
The Love of Family
Uncle Max Theme
Nobody Will Notice
Pareidolia
Take These Twice a Day
Broken Wings (From Broken Wings)
That Night
I Feel Twenty Years Younger
Milo at the Window