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LAST CHRISTMAS The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


With the greenlight given by George Michael in 2013, theLast Christmas soundtrack has some of the very best cuts from George Michael and Wham! The songs fit splendidly into the film … but will always be a “faithful” reminder of Michael’s phenomenal talents and with Andrew Ridgeley for Wham! The Christmas bonus is an unreleased and new song from George Michael titled, “This Is How (We Want You to Get High).”Available Now


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GRAVITY Gryffin


Gryffin is a romanticist at heart, with a dance beat. Each vocalist featured on every track onGravity is heartfelt. Mix that with Gryf- fin’s ingenuity and it’s a stocking stuffer of the ups and downs of love. The lyrics are down-to-earth real. There is a chance to dance to “Remember” with vocalist Zohara about when love goes wrong. This song will ring those bells. Put that “Jingle Bell Rock” down and vibe withGravity. Available Now


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GIFTS OF THE SEASON Dave Koz


“Silver Bells” isn’t on the menu but what is true for this Christmas is the silver-fine tones of Dave Koz on his saxophone. As December 25 approaches, his music is a winter wonderland of joy and beauty to celebrate the holiday season. Jam to his recording of “ Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer” or just get spiritual … any way his music is heard, it’s for everyone from this “Koz” because it’s Christmastime. Available Now


WHERE’D YOU GO BERNADETTE?


It seems like any motion picture with Cate Blanchett is going to offer something special and unique in her performance. She is a chameleon of acting skills, and not since Jessica Lange or Meryl Streep has an actress completely possessed the screen and her characters. This is her art as a fine actress


as she transports the viewer into her


character’s emotional layers.Where’d You Go Bernadette is another fine example.Available December 10


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THIS Cole Porter is truly on the Mount Rushmore of American popular song. His mastery of melody and lyric in the musical theatre and for motion pictures is unparalleled for his sophistication, wit and the beauty of emotion. InThe Letters of Cole Porter, his elegance, humor and intelligence present him in an eye-opening light. Not only his, but the luminaries, lovers and friends he corresponded with “day


and night, night and day.” Available Now


THE LETTERS OF COLE Cole Porter, Editors Cliff Eisen and Dominic McHugh


ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD


“Once upon a time” it was 1969 in Tinsel Town. It was a time of change for all the studios,


actors and


the people woven into the work of creating films and television. Director Quentin Tarantino zooms in with meticulous detail and the story: an actor and his stunt


double’s friendship and the luminous beauty, Sharon Tate. The film runs over two


hours about a time long gone but worth every minute. Available December 10


IAN MCKELLEN: A BIOGRAPHY Garry O’Connor


Just call him “sir” … Sir Ian McKellen, that is. Noted biographer Garry O’Connor dives in deep to write about McKellen’s remarkable and lengthy career as an actor of the first degree on stage and screen. As a gay man, McKellen’s life and social activism for gay rights is also finely detailed. From Amadeus orGods and Monsters to Gandalf and before and beyond, it’s


the actor’s life for him. Available Now


HIGH FASHION Leonard Stanley and Mark A. Vieira


ADRIAN: A LIFETIME OF MOVIE GLAMOUR, ART AND


LINDA RONSTADT: THE SOUND OF MY VOICE


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