Sade – No Ordinary Love (with sheet music)
Helen Folasade Adu (born January 16, 1959), known professionally as Sade Adu or simply Sade is an English singer, songwriter, and actress, known as the lead singer of her eponymous band. She has been credited as one of the most successful British female artists in history, and is often recognised as an influence on contemporary music. Her services to music were also recognised with an award of the Officer of the Order of the British Empire chivalry honour in 2002, and later the rank of the Commander of the same order in 2017.
Born in Ibadan, Nigeria, but brought up in Essex, England, Sade gained modest recognition as a fashion designer and part-time model, prior to joining the band Pride in the early 1980s. After gaining attention as a performer, she formed the band Sade, and secured a recording contract with Epic Records in 1983. A year later the band released the album Diamond Life, which became one of the best-selling albums of the era, and the best-selling debut ever by a British female vocalist. In July 1985, Sade was among the performers at the Live Aid charity concert at Wembley Stadium, and the following year she appeared in the film Absolute Beginners. Following the band’s third and fourth albums, Stronger Than Pride (1988) and Love Deluxe (1992), they went on hiatus after the birth of Sade’s child, while the singer experienced widespread media coverage during the period for unsubstantiated claims of mental health and addiction issues.
After a spell of eight years without an album, the band reunited in 1999, and released Lovers Rock in 2000. The album departed from the jazz-inspired inflections of their previous work, featuring mellower sounds and pop compositions. The band then underwent another hiatus, not producing music for another ten years until the release of Soldier of Love. Following that album’s release, the band entered a third period of hiatus, and have only released two new songs (2018’s “Flower of the Universe” for the soundtrack of Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time and “The Big Unknown“, part of the soundtrack for Steve McQueen‘s film Widows) to date.
0:07 Hush Hush Hush (Henry Hall) 2:55 Heebie Jeebies (Boswell Sisters) 5:30 The Haunted House (New Mayfair Dance Orchestra) 9:09 Dancing The Devil Away (Arden & Ohman Orch) 12:12 Mysterious Mose (Rube Bloom & His Bayoo Boys) 15:30 Minnie The Moocher (Cab Calloway) 18:41 Spell of the Blues (Frederick Vettel) 21:39 Ghost of a Chance (Ted Fio Rito) 24:57 Them’s Graveyard Words (Bessie Smith) 27:33 The Nightmare (Cab Calloway) 30:14 Ghost Walk (Borrah Minnevitch) 33:08 Got The Jitters (Don Redman & Orchestra) 36:02 Midnight, The Stars and You (Al Bowlly with Ray Noble’s Orchestra)
Baden Powell (guitar)
Rosinha de Valenca (guitar) 1967
“Manha de Carnaval”
0:00 – Kiki’s Delivery Service 4:32 – One Summer’s Day 8:36 – My Neighbour TOTORO 12:46 – Symphonic Poem “NAUSICAÄ” 30:22 – MADNESS 34:38 – The Legend of Ashitaka 40:14 – Princess Mononoke 44:49 – TA･TA･RI･GAMI (The Demon God) 51:40 – Ashitaka and San 56:02 – Madness 1:00:36 – Symphonic Variation “Merry-go-round” 1:14:22 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – A Journey (Dream of Flight) – Nahoko (The Encounter) 1:18:03 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Caproni (An Aeronautical Designers Dream)
1:19:31 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – The Falcon Project – The Falcon 1:22:25 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – A Journey (The Wedding) 1:23:36 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – The Refuge 1:26:15 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Nahoko (I Miss You) – Castorp (The Magic Mountain) 1:30:06 – The Wind Rises’ Suite No.2 – Nahoko (An Unexpected Meeting)
Joe Hisaishi : Studio Ghibli Experience, Part 2 with sheet music download.
0:00 – One Summer’s Day 4:32 – The Sixth Station 8:23 – Ashitaka and San 12:23 – Merry-Go-Round 17:36 – Fantasia (for NAUSICAÄ) 24:34 – Innocent 27:07 – il porco rosso 32:00 – The Wind Forest 36:55 – Merry-Go-Round 41:23 – Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea 44:12 – Castle in the Sky 50:46 – Cave of Mind