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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/20/2005
  • UPC: 610575200523
  • Catalog Number: 2005

Album Credits

Performance Credits
George Skaroulis Primary Artist, Piano, Keyboards
Trammell Starks Keyboards
Kevin Lawson Guitar, Vocals, Guest Appearance
Felicia Sorensen Vocals, Guest Appearance
Technical Credits
Jimmie Davis Composer
Woody Guthrie Composer
Trammell Starks Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Orchestration
Billy Joel Composer
Leslie Bricusse Composer
Rodney Mills Mastering
Anthony Newley Composer
George Skaroulis Arranger, Composer, Producer
Tom Sullivan Executive Producer
Public Domain Composer
Traditional Composer
Greg (Jijera) Dillard Creative Consultant
Jimmy Gouras Executive Producer
Matt McClendon Executive Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    George Skaroulis new album "Forever Young" is one of his best. George masters classic children's lullabies in his infinite style that will transport you back to your favorite childhood memories. Plus, "Forever Young" features three outstanding vocals. "True Colors" features vocals by KEVIN LAWSON. Kevin's voice meshes with the music and creates a whole new exciting version of this Cindy Lauper classic. "Pure Imagination" features the angelic voice of FELICIA SORENSEN. Being a true fan of the original movie classic "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", I was pleased that George selected this song for his new album. As I listen to "Pure Imagination", i'm transported to a place of dreams and tranquility. The song seems to float in air drifting effortlessly through time. The final track on "Forever Young" is "Lullaby (Goodnight My Angel)" and also features vocalist FELICIA SORENSEN. When I first heard this song, I cried. I had recently lost my mom and hearing "Lullaby" reminded me of her spirit. As you listen to "Lullaby", allow the song to enter your heart and think of someone you love. Just when you feel the song has ended, the final verse softly reaches up and touches your soul. "...someday we'll all be gone but lullabies go on and on..." and in George's new album "Forever Young" they do.

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