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June, 2007. This image was featured in Bell, Bell and DuFresne's book on the Great Auditorium. By Paul Goldfinger ©

June, 2007. This Ocean Grove image taken from inside the GA, was featured in Bell, Bell and DuFresne’s book on the Great Auditorium—–available in the Historical Society Museum. Photo by Paul Goldfinger

 

BOB DYLAN with “But Beautiful.” From his new album Triplicate.

“Love is funny, or it’s sad
Or it’s quiet, or it’s mad
It’s a good thing or it’s bad
But beautiful…
Beautiful to take a chance and if you fall you fall
And I’m thinking I wouldn’t mind at all

 

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Asbury Park dog beach. Late afternoon.  By Paul Goldfinger. July, 2015. ©   Click to enlarge

ENGLEBERT HUMPERDINCK:

 

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Times Square from our NYC Street Series by Paul Goldfinger © 2014 ©

FRANK SINATRA:

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Ft. Myers, Fla. Bunche Beach.  Paul Goldfinger photo. ©

EMMA STONE AND RYAN GOSLING,  from the movie  La La Land: (original music won two Academy Awards:)    “A Lovely Night.”

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Central Park from 5th Avenue rooftop. By Paul Goldfinger©. Silver gelatin print.

Central Park from 5th Avenue rooftop,  Mt. Sinai Hospital. East 100th Street. By Paul Goldfinger©. Silver gelatin print.   1969.

MOSTAR SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.  “Salut d’amour” Op 12.   Edward Elgar, composer  (1888).

 

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July 4 parade on Main Avenue in Ocean Grove. Running the swan show is Proprietor Linda Occhipinti.. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©

July 4 parade on Main Avenue in Ocean Grove. Running the swan show is proprietor Linda Occhipinti. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©

 

 

MEL TILLIS:

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Sanibel Island, Fla. By Paul Goldfinger. 2003.

Sanibel Island, Fla. By Paul Goldfinger. 2003.  Click to enlarge.  Silver gelatin print by the photographer. ©

JOHN RUTTER WITH THE CAMBRIDGE SINGERS AND THE CITY OF LONDON SINFONIA:  “For the Beauty of the Earth.”

 

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No Turns New York. By Paul Goldfinger ©

“No Turns.”  By Paul Goldfinger ©  Mid-town Manhattan.

FRANK SINATRA recorded this song in 1979 for his Trilogy album. It first appeared in a Martin Scorsese film in 1977 called New York, New York and was written by  Kander and Ebb (Cabaret, Kiss of the Spider Woman)  and first performed by Liza Minnelli in the film.

Robert de Niro rejected the first song written by Kander and Ebb for the movie, and our song below was the result of the re-do.  It was first titled, “The Theme From New York, New York.”

I recall hearing this song performed in that film by Liza.  It was a nightclub setting, with the spotlight on her. It struck me that it was an amazing song, and I remember wondering why I hadn’t heard it before.  It’s the only thing from that movie that I recall, although that’s true of many of the movies I have seen.—Paul @Blogfinger.

“Start spreadin’ the news, I’m leaving today

“I want to be a part of it: New York, New York.”

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Gare du Nord, Paris.  Paul Goldfinger photo. c.1996. ©

Gare du Nord, Paris. Paul Goldfinger photo. c.1996. ©  Click to enlarge

 

MAX RAABE AND DAS PALAST ORCHESTER.     Live at Carnegie Hall, 2007.

Max  Raabe and Das Palaster Orchester.

Max Raabe and Das Palast Orchester.

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Rain storm on Deal Lake. Paul Goldfinger photograph. ©

Rain storm on Deal Lake. Paul Goldfinger photograph. ©

SHE AND HIM:  She is actress  Zooey Deschanel, and he is singer-songwriter M. Ward.

This song is from 1952, and Bobby Vinton and Mel Carter had hits with it; so did Connie Francis.

She and Him

She and Him

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