Daniela Mercury / Vanessa Williams - Disney's Pocahontas mp3 album
Star Bright is the fourth studio album and first Christmas album by Vanessa Williams, released in the US on November 5, 1996 on Mercury Records. It achieved critical acclaim and success as one of the best-selling holiday albums of 1996 and '97. It peaked at on the Billboard 200, on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and on the Top Holiday Albums
Dreamin'" is a song written by Lisa Montgomery and Geneva Paschal and originally performed by the family group Guinn in 1986. In 1988, Vanessa Williams recorded the song and released it as a single from her debut album, The Right Stuff. The single was Williams' first top 40 and first number-one hit on the Billboard R&B chart, where it stayed at the top of the chart for two weeks. On the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart, "Dreamin'" peaked at number eight.
Walt Disney Records the Legacy Collection: Pocahontas (Music From the Motion Picture) 1995. The Way We Were (From "The Way We Were"). When Vanessa Williams began her singing career, she was known chiefly as the Miss America pageant winner who'd been forced to renounce her title for posing in Penthouse magazine. Williams not only put the scandal behind her, she all but obliterated it, turning out a series of slick, sophisticated hits that made her one of the most popular adult contemporary R&B singers of her time. Williams' debut album, The Right Stuff, was released in 1988, featuring a mix of urban dance-pop and adult contemporary balladry.
Features Song Lyrics for Vanessa Williams's Pocahontas album. Colors of the Wind (end title) Lyrics. Vanessa Williams Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Laid-Back/Mellow Stylish Earnest Elegant Romantic Sentimental. The Very Best of Vanessa Williams. 2. Save the Best For Last. 4. Color of the Wind. 6. Where Do We Go From Here. 7. Angels We Have Heard of High.
Vanessa Williams, Actress: Ugly Betty. Vanessa Lynn Williams was born in Millwood, New York, to Helen L. (Tinch) and Milton Augustine Williams, J. both music teachers. Vanessa and her brother grew up in suburban New York in comfortable surroundings. Vanessa sang and danced in school productions and signed her high school yearbook with a promise to "see you on Broadway".
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|1||–Daniela Mercury||Cores Do Vento
Adapted By – Telmo Perle MünchMusic By – Alan Menken
|2||–Vanessa Williams||Colors Of The Wind
Lyrics By – Stephen SchwartzMusic By – Alan Menken