Cancion ha nacido una estrella

Cancion ha nacido una estrella

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As a director, Cooper seems to be clear about the heart of the story – the battle of more human than mythical proportions of his character – and manages to limit the love story’s sweetness to bearable levels. For her part, Gaga shines more onstage than in private scenes, although the naturalness with which she eats bacon for breakfast or strolls through a 24-hour supermarket conveys a healthy dose of verismo. Despite the inescapable weight of the previous versions of A Star Is Born, Cooper manages to give the film a personality of its own, which makes it a solvent drama, somewhat weighed down by an excessive length – the appearance of Dave Chappelle’s character extends too much the central stretch of the film – but illuminated by the honesty of its director/protagonist.

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A Star Is Born – original movie

Coinciding with its theatrical release, the soundtrack of A Star is Born, the remake starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper -who this time also serves as director and screenwriter- will go on sale on October 5th.

This soundtrack contains 19 songs performed by the stars in a variety of styles and 15 dialogue cuts, with the moments that will take listeners on a journey that reflects the experience of the film, following the romantic journey of Bradley Cooper as Jackson Maine and Lady Gaga as Ally.

The film marks Cooper’s directorial and screenwriting debut. Eric Roth and Will Fetters collaborated on the script. The actor also serves as producer through his production company 22 & Green.

This film would be the fourth remake of ‘A Star Is Born’, which in 1954 starred Judy Garland and James Mason, and was directed by George Cukor. In 1976 Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson played the central couple, directed by Frank Pierson.

Lady gaga a star is born

The song was written to convince Gaga’s father, Joseph Germanotta, to undergo open heart surgery to repair a malfunctioning aortic valve, and as a reminder to her younger fans to appreciate their parents.

“My mom called me and I was very depressed. I was on tour at the time, and I couldn’t leave [there], so I went to the studio and wrote “Speechless” for him and it’s about those calls. My dad used to call me after he’d had a couple of drinks, and I didn’t know what to say. I’d be speechless and I was afraid I’d lose him and not be there.”[2]

“Speechless” was first performed live during the 30th anniversary celebration of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art on November 14, 2009. Gaga performed the song with a pink Steinway & Sons brand piano decorated with painted butterflies and ballet dancers from the Bolshoi Theatre, who danced with Gaga to an artistic choreography directed by Francesco Vezzoli and members of the “Bolshoi Ballet Academy” entitled “The Shortest Musical You’ll Never See Again.”[20][21][21

Lady gaga always remember us this way

A Star Is Born is the soundtrack to the 2018 film of the same name, performed by its stars, Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. It was released simultaneously with the film on October 5, 2018 under the distribution of Interscope Records.[10] The album contains a total of 17 original songs, as well as a cover of “La vie en rose” and 15 dialogues. Gaga composed and produced most of the songs on the soundtrack, at times receiving support from some of her most frequent collaborators such as Mark Ronson, DJ White Shadow and Hillary Lindsey. Cooper, on the other hand, submitted his first compositions for the soundtrack, having co-written four songs with Lukas Nelson.[11] Generally speaking, the songs performed as a duet by Gaga and Cooper were mostly songs in the country genre, but the songs performed solo by Cooper were set within the rock genre, while Gaga’s songs had a more pop approach.[2] Interspersed with the soundtrack, Gaga’s songs were mostly country songs, but the songs performed solo by Cooper were set within the rock genre, while Gaga’s songs had a more pop approach.[2] Interspersed with Gaga’s songs were mostly country songs.

To promote the album, Interscope Records released the track “Shallow” as a single a week before the film’s release and the soundtrack release in question. The song managed to reach the top of the charts in countries such as Australia, Austria, Denmark, Canada, the United States, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Sweden.[82] It also earned a variety of platinum albums for its high sales. [83] On the other hand, Gaga sang it as a soloist during the sixty-first Grammy Awards, and later as a duet with Cooper at the ninety-first Oscar Awards.[84][85] The song was also included in the repertoire of her Lady Gaga: Enigma residency.[86] The song was also included in the repertoire of her Lady Gaga: Enigma.