Let's Get Lost is a 2001 studio album by Grammy winning jazz trumpeter Terence Blanchard, recorded with four well-known female vocalists: Diana Krall, Jane Monheit, Dianne Reeves, and Cassandra Wilson. The instrumental track "Lost in a Fog" was nominated for a Grammy in 2001 for "Best Jazz Instrumental Solo," which showcases what Blanchard is admired for the most-his ability to meld together lush, emotionally evocative melodies.
Let's Get Lost is a 1988 American documentary film about the turbulent life and career of jazz trumpeter Chet Baker written and directed by Bruce Weber. The title is derived from the song "Let's Get Lost" by Jimmy McHugh and Frank Loesser from the 1943 film Happy Go Lucky, which Baker recorded for Pacific Records.
Reflection Romantic Evening Introspection Dinner Ambiance Late Night Solitude Stay in Bed Sunday Afternoon. Chet Baker Sings and Plays from the Film "Let's Get Lost". This disc includes music used in Let's Get Lost (1989), the Bruce Weber directed biopic centering on the tragic life and times of the West Coast cool jazz icon Chet Baker (trumpet/vocal). As was the case during many of Baker's final sessions, the artist performs with a makeshift combo of relative unknowns.
Lyrics to "Follow My Way" song by Chris Cornell: Little one don't be a fool, I'm a wreck when I look mighty. Follow My Way" lyrics. Chris Cornell Lyrics. Little one don't be a fool, I'm a wreck when I look mighty. In Euphoria I'm bruised, In confusion next I'm lightning. In complacence I am small, through oblivion I'm charged. So follow my way, when I'm not leading anyone. Open and frayed, when you can see that I'm unsure You're just looking for a boy, bathed in infrared and sunlight.
Let's get lost, lost in each other's arms Let's get lost, let them send out alarms And though they'll think us rather rude Let's tell the world we're in that crazy mood. Let's defrost in a romantic mist Let's get crossed off everybody's list To celebrate this night we found each other, mm, let's get lost. Let's defrost in a romantic mist Let's get crossed off everybody's list To celebrate this night we found each other, mm, let's get lost oh oh, let's get lost
Don't Get Lost in Heaven is the fourteenth track on Gorillaz' 2005 album "Demon Days". The song features the London Community Gospel Choir doing the vocals on the chorus. Got off a plane to the countryside I drove to the mountain and, holding the ground There was crack on a corner and someone dead And fire coming out of the monkey's head. Don't get lost in heaven, they got locks on the gate Don't go over the edge, you'll make a big mistake.