DescriptionMaury Yeston: Titanic - A New Musical (Vocal Selections) Vocal Selections from the Tony-Award-winning Musical including colour production photos. SonglistAutumnBarrett´s SongDoing The Latest RagGodspeed Titanic (Sail On)How Did They Build Titanic?I Have DancedI Must Get On That ShipIn Every AgeLady´s MaidNo MoonStillThe Night Was AliveThe ProposalThere She IsTo Be A CaptainWe´ll Meet TomorrowWhat A Remarkable Age
DescriptionThe Maury Yeston Songbook A songbook including twenty-four of Maury Yeston s songs, spanning his award-winning Broadway hits, his high-concept album Goya, and his other theatrical works. SonglistA Call From The VaticanBon SoirBy The River (Yeston M)Godspeed Titanic (Sail On)Home (Phantom)I Don´t Wanna Rock And RollI Had A Dream About YouI Stand AloneI Want To Go To HollywoodIs Someone Out There?Love Can´t HappenMy Husband Makes MoviesMy True LoveNew WordsPlease Let´s Not Even Say HelloSimpleStillThe Night Was AliveThe ProposalTill I Loved YouTill The End Of TimeUnusual Way (In A Very Unusual Way)We´ll Meet TomorrowYou Are Music (Phantom)
The colossal scale of World War II required a mobilization effort greater than anything attempted in all of the world´s history. The United States had to fight a war across two oceans and three continents - and to do so it had to build and equip a military that was all but nonexistent before the war began. Never in the nation´s history did it have to create, outfit, transport, and supply huge armies, navies, and air forces on so many distant and disparate fronts.The Axis powers might have fielded better trained soldiers, better weapons, better tanks and aircraft. But they could not match American productivity. America buried its enemies in aircraft, ships, tanks, and guns; in this sense, American industry, and American workers, won World War II. The scale of effort was titanic, and the result historic. Not only did it determine the outcome of the war, but it transformed the American economy and society. Maury Klein´s A Call to Arms is the first narrative history of this epic struggle, told by a master historian, and renders the transformation of America with a depth and detail never available before. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ben Bartolone. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/015913/bk_adbl_015913_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.