Simon & Garfunkel
Big Brother & The Holding Company
Earth Wind & Fire
October, 01st 2017
Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives album description:What togetherness combines these seemingly different performers represented in this soundtrack? They all have so different lyrics and moods of their music oeuvres. They are of all ages, epochs, and music styles are spawned largely. What can Annie Lennox with her ‘Why’ has in common with Aretha Franklin’s ‘Freeway of Love’? What can Barry Manilow have in common with Patti Smith's ‘Because the Night’? They all are different to the last letter in lyrics not mentioning music itself but united with one great thing: they all have been working with Clive Davis – a legend in close circles.
Clive Davis is the chief creative officer of Sony Music, participating in careers of such prominent artists as Jennifer Hudson, Barry Manilow, Rod Stewart, Christina Aguilera, Alicia Keys, Carlos Santana, Leona Lewis, and Kelly Clarkson. He also made popular Barry Manilow & Whitney Houston.
This guy is now aged, very aged in fact, but still, has the great participation and influence on people’s minds and careers of hundreds. Being the head of the creative division of such a huge music recording brand as Sony, he has unlimited resources and influence to making this world a better place.
And now, this man has decided to release a documentary about his achievements and life path, which was all his life tightly connected to music. Empires have risen and falling but this man has been doing his job, and has been doing very well. If you want to know much more about a prominent person that largely contributed to the image of nowadays’ show business, you definitely have to watch this documentary. Reference: 'Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives': profile on Internet Movie Database and Rotten Tomatoes
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