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From This Moment On - Various - Red Hot + Blue (VHS)

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  1. Mar 20,  · Red Hot + Blue, a Video by. Released 25 April on Shout! Factory (catalog no. DVD ; DVD). Genres: Standards/5(5).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the VHS release of Red Hot + Blue on Discogs.5/5(2).
  3. Red, Hot and Blue was one of two main projects that occupied Cole Porter during Howard Lindsay and Russell Crouse collaborated on the libretto, which tells the saga of a rich widow who tries to help a lawyer friend find his lost childhood love.
  4. r/VHS: Do you trip over a stack VHS tapes in the morning? Do you look through bins of old movies at the thrift store? Do you have a VCR connected to .
  5. Red Hot + Blue is the first in the series of compilation albums from the Red Hot handbanbetelturnmys.sticonaraninopmeotechraylacknecperg.infoinfo recording was the first in the Red Hot Benefit handbanbetelturnmys.sticonaraninopmeotechraylacknecperg.infoinfo features contemporary pop performers reinterpreting several songs of Cole Porter, and the title of the album comes from Cole Porter's musical Red, Hot and Blue.. Released in , it sold over a million copies worldwide and was heralded as.
  6. Z2 ^ "From This Moment On" was also issued on VHS Red Hot + Blue by various artists, released on DVD in See also. Bronski Beat discography; The Communards discography; List of UK Singles Chart number ones of the s; List of best-selling singles of the s in the United Kingdom; List of number-one dance hits (United States) References.
  7. Sep 17,  · The red/blue noise is purely chroma errors caused by lack of flying erase head. It's bleed-through from prior recordings. Remember VHS is a color-under analog signal recording. The other tape quality issues are likely from self-destruction of the tape on second use. Re-recording wasn't part of the planned use of consumer VHS tapes.
  8. Sep 29,  · As a ’30s musicals, Red, Hot, And Blue! is a cut above the rest. As a Porter musical, Red, Hot, And Blue! is merely a vessel that contains the aforementioned standards. And while not a great candidate for revival, we can at least enjoy it for that — because a Porter melody that’s “red, hot, and blue” is always worth revisiting.

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