Editors' Notes Since its formation in 1994, the John Wilson Orchestra has glided, swayed and tapped through standards from Hollywood to Broadway and delighted millions of listeners with the much-loved BBC Proms concerts. Drums shuffle and singers croon through musicals like Gershwin's jazzy, upbeat An American in Paris and countless Rodgers and Hammerstein favourites, while peppy woodwinds hover above swooning trumpets and dandy strings. Wilson's tour de force ensemble, with its powerful rhythm section and zippy saxophones, is virtually guaranteed to get listeners swingin' in their seats.

SONG
ALBUM
I Was Doing All Right (From "the Goldwyn Follies") [Live]
3:03
 
Singin' in the Rain (From "Singin' in the Rain")
3:58
 
Main Title (from the 1951 Vincente Minnelli's Film "An American in Paris")
2:56
 
The Sound of Music: Climb Ev'ry Mountain
2:45
 
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (From "High Society")
2:50
 
Medley: Hello Young Lovers / I Whistle a Happy Tune / Shall We Dance?
4:59
 
''Oh What a Beautiful Mornin''' from Oklahoma
2:36
 
An American in Paris: 'S Wonderful (Live)
3:01
 
I Got Rhythm (from the 1951 Vincente Minnelli's Film "An American in Paris")
5:35
 
2:55
 
''Twin Soliloquies''/''Unspoken Thoughts''/''Some Enchanted Evening'' from South Pacific
6:00
 
Carousel: ''You'll Never Walk Alone''
2:14
 

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