The Wind Cannot Read Soundtrack (1958) OST. Find Your Soundtrack. The wind cannot read. Vera Lynn: performer.
The Wind Cannot Read is a 1958 British drama film directed by Ralph Thomas and starring Dirk Bogarde, Yoko Tani, Ronald Lewis and John Fraser. It was based on a novel by Richard Mason. Songwriter, Peter Hart received the 1958 Ivor Novello award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically for the title song, performed by Vera Lynn.
Album The Forces’ Sweetheart Ultimate Collection. Travellin' Home Lyrics. I’m travelling home, travelling home Far have I roamed from the places I love Winds that have blown me on my way Blow me right back to harbour Distant horizons speak from afar, beckons to me like a shimmering star When you’re away Oh how quickly you find you long for the place far behind you Travelling home, travelling home. Travellin' Home" Track Info. The Forces’ Sweetheart Ultimate Collection Vera Lynn. 2. (There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover.
1958 The Wind Cannot Read (performer: "The Wind Cannot Read").
Dame Vera Lynn Archive courtesy of Captive Minds. Vera Welch was born on 20 March 1917 in East Ham in London. Neither of her parents were involved in showbusiness - her father Bertram was a plumber and mother Annie a dressmaker. But by the age of seven, the talented young Vera was singing in working men's clubs - an audience she described as "great" - and soon became the family's main breadwinner. Dame Vera Lynn Archive courtesy of Captive Minds. When she turned 11, Vera took her grandmother's maiden name of Lynn as a stage name . In February 2017 she released her latest album, and holds the record for being the oldest living artist to achieve a top 20 UK album.
Image caption Dame Vera Lynn is the first and only centenarian to earn a Top 10 on the Official Albums Chart. Dame Vera Lynn has been nominated for the Classic Brits, as the ceremony returns from a five-year hiatus. The 101-year-old is up for best female and best album, and will also receive a lifetime achievement prize at the show. Organisers hope the legendary wartime singer will attend the event in person. Britain's Got Talent winner Tokio Myers has three nominations; while film composer Hans Zimmer is listed three times in the best soundtrack list - for Blue Planet, Dunkirk and Blade.
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