cocomposer

cocomposer

(ˌkəʊkəmˈpəʊzə)
n
a fellow composer
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Wiz Khalifa (real name: Cameron Thomaz), cocomposer, See You Again, original song: We aimed to write something that truly honored the legacy of Paul Walker and are humbled that it has touched so many people.
Although he has been cocomposer on songs like Your Game, the 2005 Brit Award Winner for Best British Single, Will adds: "I really started to feel like a songwriter on this album.
Not exactly, Flying Circus-philes, despite lyricist and cocomposer Eric Idle's spirited alchemic transfer of Monty Python and the Holy Grail into singing, dancing theater.
The presence of Dory Previn (soon to lose her cocomposer, Andre Previn, to Mia Farrow, who played Allison Mackenzie in the Peyton Place TV series) on the soundtrack, and Sharon Tate in the role of Jennifer, eventually lent the movie a kind of retroactive contemporaneity, after Previn became an early hip-feminist solo performer and Tate was murdered by the Manson Family.
Columbia Broadway Masterworks has gotten into the CD-with-extras spirit by releasing the original cast recordings of FINIAN'S RAINBOW, with bonus tracks including "Don't Pass Me By"; THE PAJAMA GAME, which has a 1954 Mike Wallace radio interview with cocomposer Jerry Ross; KISMET, also featuring excerpts from Wallace cast-and-composer interviews; and BYE BYE BIRDIE, which includes Charles Strouse telling the story behind "Put on a Happy Face"--plus a 1962 studio-only recording of SHOW BOAT, featuring John Raitt and supplemented by numerous cuts, including a 1928 "Can't Help Lovin' dat Man" by the original Queenie (Tess Gardella).