8 thoughts on “ Where Did My Childhood Go? - Leslie Bricusse - Goodbye, Mr Chips (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  • Fan note: Did you know that there is a 3 CD set of the entire score (songs and background music) PLUS the contents of the original soundtrack LP PLUS outtakes, alternate versions, and interviews with Leslie Bricusse and the cast: Goodbye, Mr. Chips If Amazon doesn't have it then Google for it.
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  • May 18,  · referencing Goodbye, Mr Chips, LP, S1E STX My copy got this cover, but the labels are identical to the other issue, Leslie Bricusse - Goodbye, Mr Chips! Reply Notify me Helpful/5(17).
  • John Williams - Goodbye,Mr. Chips - MGM - USA: 45worlds 45cat 45spaces. Where Did My Childhood Go? Leslie Bricusse: Rate: A4: John Williams: London Is London: Leslie Bricusse: Rate: A5: Vinyl Album. John Williams - The Reivers - Columbia Masterworks - USA () Previous by Artist. Vinyl Album.
  • About the Composer: Leslie Bricusse (b. ) is a British composer, lyricist and songwriter renowned for many classic songs, Broadway shows and collaborations. For film, he is best known for his movie musicals Doctor Dolittle, Goodbye, Mr. Chips, Scrooge and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory as well as lyrics for songs such as James Bond themes "Goldfinger" and "You Only Live Twice" and.
  • Iomoio / Mp3 Music Catalogue / J / John Williams / Goodbye, Mr Chips OST (Deluxe Edition) (With Leslie Bricusse) CD3 Cover: x, original John Williams - Goodbye, Mr Chips OST (Deluxe Edition) (With Leslie Bricusse) CD3.
  • Details about Goodbye, Mr Chips LP (Leslie Bricusse - ) MGM-CS (ID) Goodbye, Mr Chips LP (Leslie Bricusse - ) MGM-CS (ID) Item information.
  • With three academy award nominations, one each for conductor John Williams, composer Leslie Bricusse, and vocalist/star Peter O'Toole, the soundtrack to the film does more to solidify Petula Clark's role as a woman of great talent than the attempts by her record label at the time, Warner Brothers, to break her out of the pop realm where she was so very welcome.

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