CD Duration: 68.25 / Year: 2014
August 2014 release at the Yamaha PSR-S910 keyboard.
All Tracks In Sequence and suitable for Ballroom Dancing [IS/ST].[Quickstep] There’s No Business Like Showbusiness
[Quickstep] Music Box Dancer
[Saunter] Stardust / Dance in the Old Fashioned Way
[Saunter] So Eine Libe Gibt Es Einmial Nur
[Waltz] Highland Cathedral
[Waltz] As I Kneel Before You
[Rhumba] Love Changes Everything / The Music of the Night
[Rhumba] My Heart Will Go On / No Matter What
[Jive] Return to Sender
[Jive] Three Steps to Heaven
[Foxtrot/Blues] I Won’t Send Roses
[Foxtrot/Blues] Only Love
[Swing] I Wanna Be Like You
[Tango] A Woman in Love
[Cha Cha] Mamma Mia / Super Trouper
[Cha Cha] Amapola
[Mambo] Hoots Mon
[Mambo] Walk of Life
[Waltz] When I Grow to Old to Dream
[Waltz] Can’t Help Falling in Love.
Organ and Keyboard Cavalcade Review by Ian King
I don’t think Carol will mind me saying that this CD had a big build up. I don’t usually get much in the way of a ‘heads-up’ when it comes to a new release, the first I usually know is when a copy arrives. However, Carol told me of her new CD a couple of months in advance, together with a the launch date. The date was spot-on and it was no small deal either, being launched by the local MP Andrew Griffiths and the Mayor of Uttoxeter. Luckily no-one hit Carol over the head with a bottle of Champagne and she made it through and here is the result.
The CD is the follow up to her 2012 release. “Carol’s Country Classics” and is again a sequence dance release featuring the Yamaha PSR-S910 keyboard. The CD contains a nice selection of tunes and I think it is her best CD so far. Highlights include, “Stardust”, “Highland Cathedral”, “Return To Sender”, “Three Steps To Heaven”, “I Wanna Be Like You”, “Telstar”, “Hoots Mon” and “Can’t Help Falling In Love”.
Review by Ian King from Organ and Keyboard Cavalcade Magazine.