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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 119

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 119

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 118

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 118

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 117

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 117

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 116

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 116

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 115

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 115

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 114

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 114

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

“Anthem” from Chess – Josh Groban

Chess is a musical with music by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus of ABBA, and with lyrics by Tim Rice. The story involves a politically driven, Cold War-era chess tournament between two men—an American grandmaster and a Soviet grandmaster—and their fight over a woman who manages one and falls in love with the other. Although the protagonists were not intended to represent any real individuals, the character of the American grandmaster (named Freddie Trumper in the stage version) was loosely based on Bobby Fischer, while elements of the story may have been inspired by the chess careers of Russian grandmasters Viktor Korchnoi and Anatoly Karpov. (Anatoly Karpov is a member of the 1951 Club)

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 113

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 113

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 113

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 113

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 112

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 112

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 111

The 1951 Rolling Review Show … # 111

Welcome to the 1951 Rolling Review Show which twice weekly features pieces of music I have enjoyed at some time in my life. I hope you enjoy them as well. Let me know if you do.

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