FRUITS OF THE MOOD

FRUITS OF THE MOOD
My blogs are dedicated to great singers from all over the world, great actors and actresses, music and memories.
Here you will find personal montages and many rare videos.
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Blossoms will run away -
Cakes reign but a Day.
But Memory like Melody,
Is pink eternally
(Emily Dickinson)

Roslyn Kind


Here is an exciting rendition of the theme of "Superman" by Barbra Streisand's sister, Roslyn Kind, a good entertainer too (voice was a family affair!).
Roslyn Kind was born and raised in New York. Her unmistakable singing style accounts for her popularity across the United States in theaters, nightclubs and concert halls, and sold out appearances in England, France, Budapest, Hungary, Germany and Canada. Her career began the day she graduated high school to cut her first record with RCA; and from that time she has continued to develop her craft. Along the way, Roslyn has released albums and singles that confirm the unique, rich and lyrical depth of her performances. Also familiar to Broadway audiences, Roslyn has starred in "Three From Brooklyn" at the Helen Hayes Theater and the Off Broadway musical "Show Me Where The Good Times Are", getting rave reviews. Her acting skills were also critically acclaimed in a star-studded, limited engagement Los Angeles production of "Elegies", directed by Marshall Mason. Roslyn's film roles include "I'm Going To Be Famous" and "The Underachievers". On television, her numerous credits number the hit NBC-TV Movie of the Week "Switched At Birth", a recurring guest-starring role on the NBC comedy series "Gimme a Break", a guest-starring role on the hit sit-com "The Nanny", and as a featured guest on numerous shows including "Saturday Night Live", "The Tonight Show", "Good Morning America", "The Morning Show", "Scoop with Sam & Dorothy" and much more. It's no surprise that Roslyn's style and talent have turned her into a dynamic performer, whose polished and relaxed performance make her equally at home on stage, screen or disc.
Enjoy!

Can you read my mind


Here is another song performed by Barbra Streisand's sister, typical of her style (this version is from 1969). Enjoy!













Love at last you have found me


A TV performance from 1969



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