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  1. Dolar Reply
    Browse our 8 arrangements of "Look to the Rainbow." Sheet music is available for Piano, Voice, Guitar and 2 others with 4 scorings and 3 notations in 6 genres. Find your perfect arrangement and access a variety of transpositions so you can print and play instantly, anywhere.
  2. Maurisar Reply
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  3. Turan Reply
    What We're Listening For on Look To The Rainbow. Energy for starters. What could be more important than the life of the music? The Big Sound comes next -- wall to wall, lots of depth, huge space, three-dimensionality, all that sort of thing. Then transient information-- fast, clear, sharp attacks, not the smear and thickness common to most LPs.
  4. Dojin Reply
    Look To The Rainbow Lyrics: On the day I was born, said my father, said he / “Here’s an elegant legacy waiting for ye / Here the song for your lips and a rhyme for your heart / Sing it.
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  8. Memuro Reply
    Singer Al Jarreau 's double album, Look to the Rainbow, is easily the most jazz-oriented of all of his Warner Bros. recordings. Cut shortly before Jarreau permanently switched to a more mundane version of R&B, these performances feature him as a brilliant scat singer (able to emulate practically any instrument) and a superior ballad interpreter.9/