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  1. These Foolish Things Arranged By [Strings], Conductor Aaron Neville: The Grand Tour ‎ (CD, Album) A&M Records: 2: Canada: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to.
  2. These Foolish Things Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings] – Mort Lindsey Bass – Chuck Berghofer Drums – John Guerin Guitar – Dean Parks Piano, Organ – Jim Cox Saxophone – Plas Johnson Written-By – Harry Link, Holt Marvell, Jack Strachey: Aaron Neville: The Grand Tour ‎ (CD, Album, Club, BMG) A&M Records: 2 /5(20).
  3. The best track being a spine chilling duet with Linda Ronstadt. In addition his rendition of the beautiful song; "These Foolish Things" is the best I've ever heard. Read more. 2 people found this helpful This is my 2nd purchase of this same album CD, as my son commandeered the first! out of 5 stars aaron neville grand tour. Reviewed /5(87).
  4. Listen to These Foolish Things by Aaron Neville. Join Napster and play your favorite music offline. From the album "The Grand Tour" by Aaron Neville on Napster The Grand Tour. Play The Lord's Prayer. Latest albums by Aaron Neville. Play Tell It Like It Is Play Warm Your Heart.
  5. The Grand Tour, Aaron Neville's second solo album for A&M Records, it's a collection of songs that in ways, both deliberate but unforced, suggests a kind of musical biography.3/5(5).
  6. The Grand Tour. Step right up come on in If you’d like to take the grand tour Of the lonely house that once was Home sweet home. I have nothing here to sell you Just some things that I will tell you Some things I know will chill you To the bone. Over there sits the chair Where she’d bring the paper to me Sit down on my knee and whisper.
  7. NEVILLE, AARON - The Grand Tour - Music but like Warm Your Heart () this is so mellow it ripens and rots. High points: an exquisitely massaged "These Foolish Things" and a "Song of Bernadette" duet with Linda Ronstadt. --Jeff Bateman This is my 2nd purchase of this same album CD, as my son commandeered the /5(95).
  8. Although Steve Lindsey tries a little too hard to make The Grand Tour appeal to everyone, Aaron Neville manages to make the album another solid addition to his latter-day catalog. Lindsey keeps the sound of the album strictly in the mainstream, piling on layers of keyboards, vocalists, and drum machines which neuter any rootsy elements in the music.

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