Maureen McGovern is Maureen McGovern's fourth studio album (and her first in four years), released in 1979 on Curb Records. It reached on the Billboard Hot 200 list of popular albums. This album contains McGovern's movie theme ("Can You Read My Mind," the love theme from the 1978 film Superman) and "Different Worlds," the theme from the TV series Angie, which peaked at for two weeks on the Adult Contemporary chart and on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1979.
The Morning After was Maureen McGovern's first studio album, released in July 1973 (see 1973 in music). The album was released by popular demand following an Academy Award win for Best Song for "The Morning After", written by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn. After the song's subsequent rise up the Billboard Top 100 charts, the eponymous album was released, eventually peaking in September at on the Billboard Hot 200 list of popular albums. As a child, McGovern would listen to her father's singing quartet rehearse in their home. She was told by her elders that she began singing at the age of three, and would sometimes sing herself to sleep with things she heard on the radio. She decided at age eight that she wanted to be a professional singer.
File:Maureen McGovern. Background information. Maureen Therese McGovern. 1949-07-27) July 27, 1949 (age 69) Youngstown, Ohio, United States. We Could Have It All - Maureen McGovern. Maureen McGovern - "We May Never Love Like This Again". Maureen McGovern - Different Worlds (Theme From "Angie"). Maureen McGovern - We May Never Love Like This Again. Maureen McGovern: DIFFERENT WORLDS (Theme from "Angie") - 1979 Single Version.
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Maureen McGovern was born on July 27, 1949 in Youngstown, Ohio, USA as Maureen Therese McGovern. She is an actress, known for Airplane! (1980), The Towering Inferno (1974) and Airplane II: The Sequel (1982). How Much Have You Seen? How much of Maureen McGovern's work have you seen? User Polls. Alliterative Attractive Actresses Mc through R (. Lusciously Lovely Leading Ladies).
Maureen Therese McGovern Vocal Range: D3 – A6 Vocal Summary: A wonderfully flexible voice. With confident belts, a smooth lower register and surprising agility throughout her range, Maureen's vocal placement is fairly high, though pretty much every part of her voice is outstanding. Beloved stage star famed for her pristine voice, Maureen McGovern became a household name after the success of Academy Award winning "The Morning After" before moving onto traditional pop and musical theatre work.
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Engineer – Carmine RubinoWritten-By – Carol ConnorsWritten-By, Arranged By – David Shire
- Producer – Michael Lloyd
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