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John McGough plays That’s What Friends Are For


That’s What Friends Are For–Myplaylists include music by Lee Liberace, Jon England, Richard Clayderman, Roger Williams, Hoagy Carmichael, Michel Legrand, Art Tatum, Dino Kartsonakis, Errol Garner, Charlie Schaffer, Russ Conway, Ferrante & Teicher, Carl Doy, Beegie Adair, Caravelli, Floyd Cramer, Geoff Love, Horst Jankowski, Ronnie Aldrich, Stanley Black, David Foster, Claude Bolling, Edison Valencia, Marrina Waks, and one Liberace imitator who tags his stuff [Roger Williams] and [Branson] and has told me not to mention his name. There are also many pieces by little known nobodies who are fantastic piano soloists, admired mainly by their YouTube fans. I am looking for videos of Bill Pursell, Felix Slatkin, George Shearing, John Arpin, Norm Geller, Norman Percival, and Gordon Franks. I would be amiss if I didnt have the greats Del Wood and JoAnn Castle on my page, however, they are only favorited, and not in the playlists. As much as I admire their talent, its a far cry from the romantic style Im after. # Hope you enjoy. # Keywords: Las Vegas Piano Solo Lounge Bar Jazz Standard Standards romantic concert pianist pianista pianiste pianoforte playlist playlists elevator music easy listening musica religiosa religious evangelica romantica himnos tradicionales cristianos religiosos evangelicos christian gospel evangelistic old hymns ragtime Steinway Baldwin Artist timeless classics movie themes

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BEST OF FRIENDS by Livingston Taylor


“Own your own broken heart.” [Livingston Taylor] Listen to LT’s enunciation of the name “Carly Simon”. It’s an absolute scream. Simpering Liv is downright simpadelic. He sounds like the unholy love-child of Liberace & Carol Channing.

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A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet


This is my dad playing the song A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet. It was written by Gus Kahn and Harry Woods. It came from an old Liberace piano song book. LYRICS: It’s just a little street Where old friends meet, I’d love to wander back someday. To you, it may be old, And sort of tumbled down, But it means a lot to folks in my hometown. Although I’m rich or poor, I still feel sure I’m welcome as the flowers in May. It’s just a little street Where old friends meet, And treat you in the same old way.

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Liberace And Friends – Christmas Vol. 1

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Spend the holidays in joyous song and beauty with one of the greatest entertainers of all time – – Liberace!… More >>

Liberace And Friends – Christmas Vol. 1

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Things to Do in Las Vegas With Friends

Discover all the fun and exciting things to do in Las Vegas. Grab your friends and have an awesome Sin City experience for your much-needed break from the ordinary.

The number of hotel choices in Las Vegas can be overwhelming. The best thing to do is choose one that offers the best deals. One of the most notable hotels in the city is Wynn Las Vegas. Room rates can be pricey, but not on weekdays. Book a 640 square foot-standard room at Wynn Las Vegas and enjoy all the luxurious amenities the hotel offers at an affordable price.

The first thing you should do in Las Vegas is to head to Stratosphere Tower, the tallest free-standing observation deck in the United States. At the top, you get to have a spectacular view of the entire Las Vegas Boulevard, popularly known as the Las Vegas Strip, glowing with all the colorful lights of the hotels and other surrounding establishments, the suburban communities, and even Mt. Charleston from a distance.

Liberace Museum is one of the most frequented attractions in Nevada and is often included in every visitor’s “things to do in Las Vegas” list. Visit the Liberace Museum and pay tribute to the man that helped put Las Vegas in the map. The museum is home to the world’s largest rhinestone along with Liberace’s collection of pianos, cars, costumes and more.

Gambling is undoubtedly the most popular of all things to do in Las Vegas. If you do not gamble or have no idea how these games of chance are played, Las Vegas Hilton holds gambling classes (also called gaming classes) for everyone who wants to learn the mechanisms of poker, baccarat and all the other table games. Be sure to check on the schedule and rates for these classes. More often than not, though, the gambling classes are free!

Las Vegas offers world-class shopping experience to both its residents and visitors. Check out the Forum Shops located in one of the buildings of Caesars Palace Hotel Casino. Upscale shops such as Jimmy Choo, Gucci and Versace all in an infrastructure reminiscent of ancient Roman architecture will surely entice people to make shopping one of the things to do in their Las Vegas itinerary. All the shopping will most certainly make you and your friends all worked up. Pamper yourselves with a foot or full body massage at The Spa in the Treasure Island. The amiable staff alone will make you feel relaxed. Other services offered are facials and body treatments, to name a few.

Las Vegas is a dining mecca. Whether you are looking for the all-American cuisine or you want to try something new, Las Vegas has a place for you. Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House at the MGM Grand, is a must-try. Reservations are not necessary, but highly-recommended. After the very filling meal at Emeril’s, go to Coyote Cafe for desserts, which is also located in the same hotel.

One thing you and your friends should definitely experience in Las Vegas is its incomparable nightlife. Dress up and hit the dance floor at Tao located in the Venetian Hotel. Chances are, you might be drinking, dancing and rubbing elbows with Hollywood’s party people.

This Las Vegas experience will make you realize why the city is coined the Entertainment Capital of the World. From morning to very late night, you will certainly find your hands full of all the interesting things to do in Las Vegas.

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