The original song was performed in C minor, but shortly before his retirement in , Mardones performed it in Bb minor to accommodate his aging voice. Mardones made a music video for the song, but, as it predated MTV by a year, it was not widely broadcast. The video opens with Mardones walking down a street and approaching a house. The song plays over the video, and the lyrics serve as Mardones' monologue.
He is met at the door by a bearded man who tells him, "She's just 16 years old. Leave her alone. The video then cuts to Mardones at a pay phone , speaking to the girl on the other end of the line and professing his love.
The video then cuts again to Mardones returning to the girl's house, carrying a rolled-up carpet. Working in evenings and on weekends he tore songs apart and rebuilt them. He added and subtracted track upon track, part upon part, all within the basic framework created for the songs by the drum tracks the band had recorded at the very beginning of the process. Filled with songs that were startlingly battle-scarred yet resolute, The Meadowlands was met with near-fawning praise upon its release in September of The accolades came not just from an endless string of websites and now-defunct blogs but from institutions like The New York Times and The New Yorker , as well as lifers like Robert Christgau.
It would be, they anticipated, their version of going out on a high note. They bought a van and went on tour. Throughout it all, drummer Jerry McDonald, bassist and singer Kevin Whelan, and his brother, guitarist Greg Whelan, held onto their day jobs, frequently flying in and out of cities on weekends to perform for packed clubs.
Bissell, meanwhile, left his day job and for the first time in his life aimed to scratch out a living as a full-time musician. Financially, at least, he had almost nothing to show for it. They flirted with signing to the powerhouse label Interscope Records as the 90s wound to a close but a deal ultimately never materialized. For most of their existence, success, or some version of it, seemed forever to be right around the corner. Hamilton: An American Musical. You'll Never Walk Alone.
Can't Help Falling in Love. Reinhart, Haley. Never Enough. The Greatest Showman. Little Women Musical. Don't Rain on My Parade. You've Got a Friend. King, Carole. Morning Has Broken. Add Moods. Add Themes. It is sung in two places in the second act. After the death of the main male character, Billy Bigelow, his wife, Julie Jordan, recalls a song she learned in school about persevering in the face of life's difficulties.
She begins to sing it, but can't continue, and it is taken up by her cousin Nettie Fowler. In the musical's final scene, it is sung by a chorus of students at a graduation ceremony. It is a simple, anthemic song written for a big soprano voice. Hammerstein's lyric is reassuring and uplifting, inspirational without being specifically religious, and Rodgers' music builds to a powerful climax.
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It was released by Sepia Records on April 29, The Columbia Singles Collection, Vol. God On the Mountain. I Saw The Light. I'll Take Jesus. Jesus On The Mainline. Midnight Cry. Sometimes I Cry. Sweet Beulah Land. Take My Hand, Precious Lord. Unclouded Day. Until Then. Who Am I."You'll Never Walk Alone" is a show tune from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel. In the second act of the musical, Nettie Fowler, the cousin of the protagonist Julie Jordan, sings "You'll Never Walk Alone" to comfort and encourage Julie when her husband, Billy Bigelow, the male lead, falls on his knife and dies after a failed robbery attempt.