Carousel - You'll Never Walk Alone [Karaoke Cover]

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    Old recording from summer '12. Not so much a fan now of how I handled the low range, but I still really like the song and felt like sharing this :)

    "You'll Never Walk Alone" is a show tune from the 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel.

    In this version I mimic a chorus starting at 1:42.

    Recording and editing was done in ProTools and GarageBand.

    The Adicts[20]
    Alfie Boe ("Onward") (2007)
    Alicia Keys (Hurricane Katrina disaster relief, 2005)
    André Hazes
    André Rieu (2009 Maastricht concert)
    Aretha Franklin (1972, on the live album "Amazing Grace")
    The Bachelors
    Barbra Streisand
    Barry Manilow & Cilla Black (1993)[21]
    Bela B. & the Tikiwolves feat. Gary'o'Wolf[16] (official FC St. Pauli Stadionhymn, 1992)
    Bryn Terfel (1996) -- Something Wonderful: Bryn Terfel Sings Rodgers and Hammerstein
    Charice (2008)
    Chris de Burgh (2008)
    Christy Gibson (Thai Language Version) (2001) -- Soo Yod Kao
    Christine Johnson on the Carousel Original Cast Album (1945)
    Claramae Turner on the Carousel film soundtrack (1956)
    The Crusaders (1966)
    David Campbell (2010)
    David Whitfield
    Die Toten Hosen (2000, Bayern ep)
    Dionne Warwick (1967, On Stage and in the Movies album track)
    Doris Akers (1963)
    Doris Day (on the album of the same name) (1962)
    Dudu Fisher (2006)
    Elvis Presley (1968 single release)
    Frank Sinatra (1945) (1963)
    Frankie Vaughan (1979)
    Gene Vincent (1958) (Gene Vincent Rocks and the Blue Caps Roll album track)
    Billy Eckstine (1960): Live album "No Cover, No Minimum", recorded in Las Vegas. Production was by Teddy Reig. The album was originally released by Roulette Records, but is also available on the Blue Note label.
    Gerry & The Pacemakers (1963)
    Hayley Westenra (2001)
    John Barrowman (2010) (John Barrowman album track)
    Joyce Drake (1983)
    Johnny Cash (2003)
    Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae (1963)
    Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge (1969)
    Juan Diego Flórez (Live 8 -- Berlin) (2005)
    Judy Garland (1960)[22]
    Katherine Jenkins (2005)
    Kevin Rowland (1999)
    Kiri Te Kanawa with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (1990) -- Songs of Inspiration
    Lee Greenwood
    Lee Towers (1976)[23]
    The Lettermen (1964)[24]
    Liverpool FC (1977) (FA Cup single 'A' side We Can Do It & Liverpool Lou 'B' side We Shall Not Be Moved & You'll Never Walk Alone)
    Los Fastidios
    Louis Armstrong (1954) in a medley with Tenderly
    Mahalia Jackson
    Malcolm Vaughan (1959)
    Mario Lanza (1952 and 1956)
    Michael Ball (1996) -- The Musicals
    Michael Crawford (1987)
    Mormon Tabernacle Choir (1971)
    Nina Simone (1959)
    Olivia Newton-John (1989) -- Warm and Tender
    Patti Labelle & The Blue Belles (1964)
    Patti LaBelle (1980's)
    Pink Floyd (1971) -- Fearless
    Pips, Chips & Videoclips (Dernjava album, 1995)
    The Priests (2009)
    Perry Como (1956)
    Ray Charles (Ingredients in a Recipe for Soul album track, July 1963)
    Regine Velasquez (2004)
    Renée Fleming (2003)
    The Righteous Brothers (1965)
    Robson & Jerome (1996)
    Roy Hamilton (1954)
    Samuel Ramey (1989)
    Sergio Franchi recorded on 1964 RCA album, The Exciting Voice of Sergio Franchi
    The Shadows (Reflection album track, 1990)
    Shirley Bassey (1962, single B-side to "Ave Maria")[25]
    Sissel Kyrkjebø (2004)
    Smoking Popes
    Steven Houghton (1997) -- Steven Houghton
    Tammy Wynette
    The Three Tenors (1998)
    Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra (2009) -- Paradise Blue
    Tom Jones (1969)
    Vocal Majority (1997) -- How Sweet the Sound
    Wayne Hussey and Julianne Regan (2011) (in support of Liverpool F.C.'s disability charity, Respect 4 All)[26]

    Original artist Christine Johnson
    Recorded by Judy Garland
    Doris Day
    Billy Eckstine
    Gerry & The Pacemakers
    Perry Como
    Frank Sinatra
    Elvis Presley
    Barbra Streisand
    Bob Dylan
    Patti LaBelle
    Lee Towers
    Jackie Wilson
    Performed by Jerry Lewis in the annual MDA Telethon

    The song was later adopted by Scottish team Celtic F.C.,[11] Dutch teams Feyenoord, FC Twente and SC Cambuur,[15] Germany's Borussia Dortmund, Mainz 05, 1. FC Kaiserslautern, Borussia Mönchengladbach, Alemannia Aachen, FC St Pauli, SV Darmstadt 98[16] and Japan's F.C. Tokyo.[17]

    In the United Kingdom, the song's most successful recording was released in 1963 by the Liverpudlian Merseybeat group Gerry and the Pacemakers (peaking at number one in the singles chart for four consecutive weeks).

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