Jean Wells

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  • Трек: With My Love And What You Got
  • Исполнитель (артист): Jean Wells
  • Длительность 2:27
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  • Битрейт: 320kbps

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Видео клип "Jean Wells - With My Love And What You Got"

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    Jean WellsIf You've Ever Loved Someone
  • 2:22
    Jean WellsSomebody's Been Lovin' You (But It Ain't Me)
  • 4:01
    Christina Smith and Jean HewsonBreakwater Boys Breakdown/Clyde Wells Dream/Meech Lake Breakdown
  • 3:18
    The Wells CollectiveJean Factory Makeover
  • 1:35
    Jean GraeWell, Actually (En Realidad)
  • 3:33
    Jean RitchieThe Holy Well
  • 3:13
    Jean SablonC'est le printemps (it might as well be spring)
  • 12:02
    Ernest Bour, William Workman, Jean-Pierre Chevalier, Paul Guigue, Christopher Wells, Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France, Chœur de Radio FranceUlisse, Act I, Scene 1: Prima che sia trada notte
  • 3:29
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: A shepherd, the witness to the cr
  • 5:54
    Victor Young/Cy Kendall/Barbara Jean Wong/Ronald Colman/Eric Snowden/Heather Thatcher/Ken DarbyA Christmas Carol - Adapted by George Wells, with a supporting Cast, Sound Effects and Music - "Wake up, man!" [Second Spirit]
  • 3:27
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Caedit nos pestis, Theba peste mor
  • 2:28
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Invidia fortunam odit (Oedipus)
  • 2:28
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Ego senem cecedi (Oedipus, Jocast
  • 1:45
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: And now you will hear the messeng
  • 10:02
    Ernest Bour, William Workman, Jean-Pierre Chevalier, Paul Guigue, Christopher Wells, Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France, Chœur de Radio FranceUlisse, Act I, Scene 2: I lotofagi
  • 18:47
    Ernest Bour, William Workman, Jean-Pierre Chevalier, Paul Guigue, Christopher Wells, Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France, Chœur de Radio FranceUlisse, Act I, Scene 4: Il regno dei cimmeri
  • 1:02
    Greta de Reyghere / Lucienne van Deyck / Guy de Mey / Huub Claessens / Jean-Claude vanden Eynden / Luc DevosNeue Liebeslieder-Walzer, Op. 65: VII. Vom Gebirge Well auf Well
  • 0:51
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: The quarrel between the princes b
  • 1:21
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin Davis/Ronald DowdOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Nonne monstrum rescituri (Oedipus
  • 1:02
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: The version of Oedipus Rex which y
  • 2:04
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: In monte reppertus est (Shepherd,
  • 1:27
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Oportebat tacere, nunquam loqui (
  • 1:20
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Gloria, gloria, gloria! (chorus)
  • 3:01
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Liberi, vos liberabo (Oedipus, cho
  • 2:35
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Oedipus questions the fountain of
  • 3:14
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Non reperias vetus scelus (Oedipus
  • 1:02
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: The version of Oedipus Rex which y
  • 3:29
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: A shepherd, the witness to the cr
  • 0:51
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: The quarrel between the princes b
  • 5:28
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Divum Jocastae caput mortuum! (Me
  • 1:20
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Gloria, gloria, gloria! (chorus)
  • 1:45
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: And now you will hear the messeng
  • 5:28
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Divum Jocastae caput mortuum! (Me
  • 2:28
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Ego senem cecedi (Oedipus, Jocast
  • 2:55
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Dicere non possum, dicere non lice
  • 3:54
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Here is Creon...Respondit deus (Sp
  • 7:06
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Nonne erubescite, reges (Jocasta,
  • 2:35
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Oedipus questions the fountain of
  • 2:55
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Dicere non possum, dicere non lice
  • 2:28
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Invidia fortunam odit (Oedipus)
  • 3:01
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Liberi, vos liberabo (Oedipus, cho
  • 1:21
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin Davis/Ronald DowdOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Nonne monstrum rescituri (Oedipus
  • 2:04
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: In monte reppertus est (Shepherd,
  • 1:27
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Oportebat tacere, nunquam loqui (
  • 3:54
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Here is Creon...Respondit deus (Sp
  • 7:06
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act II: Nonne erubescite, reges (Jocasta,
  • 3:14
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Non reperias vetus scelus (Oedipus
  • 5:53
    Jean Hindmarsh/Isidore Godfrey/The New Symphony Orchestra Of London/The D'Oyly Carte Opera CompanySullivan: H.M.S. Pinafore / Act 1 - Sorry her lot who loves too well
  • 3:27
    Sadler's Wells Opera Chorus/David Tod Boyd/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Sir Colin DavisOedipus Rex (Opera-oratorio in two acts · Text by Jean Cocteau after Sophocles · Translated into Latin by Jean Daniélou · English version of the narration by Carl Wildman) (2003 Remastered Version), Act I: Caedit nos pestis, Theba peste mor