Music Competition: September 2011

My Heart by Doris Day

This exciting collection is Doris Day’s first studio album of new material in 17 years; a dozen songs of a timeless quality, with nine brand-new recordings produced by Day’s late son, Terry Melcher, plus a trio of Day classics.
The iconic movie and recording star has been fully involved with the musical selections for this special release. Her son Terry Melcher – who was known as a songwriter and producer for folk-rock pioneers The Byrds (“Mr. Tambourine Man”) and other artists – co-wrote four of the new songs with Beach Boys member Bruce Johnston: the emotional title track ‘My Heart,’ the romantic ‘The Way I Dreamed It,’ the haunting ‘Happy Endings’ – sung by Melcher with a newly recorded spoken-word introduction by Day for her fans – and the catchy new Doris Day single release ‘Heaven Tonight.’
Also on the set list are three classic rock-era favourites: ‘You Are So Beautiful’, ‘Daydream’ and ‘Disney Girls’. “I had to sing some modern songs,” Doris remarks, “because I had already done all the old ones.”
Ms. Day says that she’s delighted her music has withstood the test of time and that she still has a loyal listenership, spanning the generations. “It’s just such a thrill, and I’m honoured” she says.
My Heart – 5th September – Sony Music www.DorisDay.com

To be in with a chance to win a copy of this fantastic album, simply answer this question.
Doris Day starred in a series of RomCom movies opposite Rock_________?


Live & Remastered– MOS 20th Anniversary Boxset

2011 is a significant milestone in Ministry of Sound’s continuing evolution marking the 20th anniversary of the South London venue opening its doors as an alcohol-free nightclub dedicated to house music on 21st September 1991. As you’d expect from the label that sparked the DJ mix album revolution (and today’s leading compilation provider), Ministry of Sound are celebrating their 20th anniversary with this album, ‘Live & Remastered’.

What you have before you is not just a deliciously put together compilation; ‘Live & Remastered’ is a time capsule. For in the early days, the men and women at Ministry of Sound hit the record button on their DAT machine each week and captured what were not just great sets by the era’s finest DJs, but also a slice of dance music history, too.

The sets you are about to load on your desktop or place on your CD player are not recreated from archaeologists’ dust or polycarbonate moulding, but actual live recordings of five DJs at the peak of their game: Larry Levan, David Morales, Kenny Carpenter, Todd Terry and resident and co-founder, Justin Berkmann.

To be in with a change of winning this fantastic album just answer this simple question:
What year did the Ministry of Sound open in London?

Out: 19th September – MOS



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