Diana Ross - The Little Red Engine / The Little Red Engine Gets A Name mp3 flac
Diana Patience Beverly Ross was an English children's author. A graduate of the Central School of Art in London, she also worked on sculpture and graphic arts and illustrated several of her own books under the name of her cat, Gri. Beginning with The Little Red Engine Gets a Name (1942), followed by The Story of the Little Red Engine (1945) and seven more volumes, Ross created a series of picture books which followed the adventures of the same character.
December 15, 2009 History. The little red engine gets a name Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The little red engine gets a name from your list? The little red engine gets a name. Published 1954 by Faber and Faber in London.
The Royal Red, to give the Little Red Engine its full name, conferred by His Majesty the King for services rendered in an earlier book in the series, had to travel by moonlight, when the railways were quiet, all the way to London . This delightful story by Diana Ross, illustrated by Leslie Wood, was written about the time of the 1951 South Bank Exhibition.
Red Hot Rhythm & Blues. Diana Ross & the Supremes: The No. 1's. Released: October 21, 2003. I Thought It Took a Little Time (But Today I Fell in Love)". The Boss", "No One Gets the Prize" and "It's My House" all appear on Ross' The Boss album, so these three count as one No. 1 on the Club Play chart. Upside Down" and "I'm Coming Out" was a double A-side 12" single, so these two also count as one No. 1 on this chart. Mirror, Mirror" and "Work That Body" was a double A-side 12" single, so these two also count as one No. 14 on this chart.
Diana Ross is a 1976 album by Diana Ross for the Motown label, her second self-titled LP (the first was her 1970 debut album, later rereleased as Ain't No Mountain High Enough). It reached in the USA (4 R&B) and sold over 700,000 copies. The album was Ross' biggest-selling album since 1973's Touch Me in the Morning, and the first of Ross' albums since her debut to yield more than four hit singles
Home All Categories Little Red Engine Goes Carolling. ISBN13: 9780571097753. Little Red Engine Goes Carolling. Part of the Little Red Engine Series).
That film's theme, a sweeping Gerry Goffin/Michael Masser ballad sung by Ross, topped Billboard's Adult Contemporary and Hot 100 charts; though it appeared on the Mahogany soundtrack, it was also included here and leads a set that's as diverse as Last Time I Saw Him, with a total of nine songs involving 16 songwriters. I Thought It Took a Little Time (But Today I Fell in Love)," a stately ballad with a commanding chorus, was a Top Five Adult Contemporary hit but wasn't nearly as successful with R&B radio.
The Little Red Engine. Diana Ross was born of British parents in Valletta Malta on 8 July 1910 and was christened on board her father's ship HMS Diana by the ship's chaplain. Educated at Kensington High School, London; Girton College Cambridge, . honours) in history 1932; Central School of Art London 1933-35. Married the photographer and interior designer Anthony Denney in 1940 (divorced 1950) twin daughters and one son. Died 4 May 2000 peacefully at home in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The Little Red Engine gets a Name (1942)
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- Voice Actor – Charles E. Stidwell, Peter Ducrow, Stanley MacKenzie
- Voice Actor [The Little Red Engine] – Julia Lang
- Written-By – Diana Ross
NotesRecorded in collaboration with then British broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
Originally issued as 78rpm discs for schools.
The "Little Red Engine" books were written by Diana Ross and published in UK by Faber & Faber.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side): 7TEA.1425
- Matrix / Runout (B-side): 7TEA.1426
|7EGm 8661||Diana Ross||The Little Red Engine / The Little Red Engine Gets A Name (7", EP, Mono, RE)||His Master's Voice||7EGm 8661||New Zealand||1961|
|7EG 8661||Diana Ross||The Little Red Engine / The Little Red Engine Gets A Name (7", EP, Mono)||His Master's Voice||7EG 8661||UK||1961|