Jennifer Nichole Porter | Mr. Barrington (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Mr. Barrington (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

by Jennifer Nichole Porter

The hauntingly beautiful piano score from the feature film, MR. BARRINGTON, including a re-mix of the end credits love song, "Blow The Candles Out."
Genre: Classical: Film Music
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Barrington's Waltz: "Hello, There”
1:44 album only
2. Blow the Candles Out: "I Can't Sleep”
0:59 album only
3. The Orphanage: "What Did You Do to Her?”
0:58 album only
4. The Haunting: The First Gift
0:50 album only
5. Polonaise / The Haunting: "Who Are You?”
2:20 album only
6. Heartache: Wounds
1:07 album only
7. Barrington's Waltz: "No More Talking”
1:01 album only
8. The Orphanage / The Haunting: "Why Are You Calling Here?”
1:59 album only
9. Polonaise: "You're It”
1:37 album only
10. Father Love Theme / Polonaise: "Prove That I Lie”
2:43 album only
11. Heartache: Left Behind
1:11 album only
12. Samuel and Lila Love Theme: "You Have to Talk to Me”
1:06 album only
13. Heartache: "You're Afraid of Me”
1:24 album only
14. The Haunting: The Birthday Party
2:06 album only
15. Blow the Candles Out: The Past Caught Up
0:54 album only
16. Polonaise: Nightmares
0:59 album only
17. Father Love Theme: "Happy Birthday”
2:38 album only
18. Polonaise: "Eeny Meeny Miney Mo”
3:54 album only
19. Samuel and Lila Love Theme / Lila's Theme: "Behave Yourself”
3:05 album only
20. Lila's Theme: End Credits
1:17 album only
21. Blow the Candles Out
2:47 album only


Album Notes
Jennifer Porter (credited as Jennifer Nichole Porter in film roles) is an award-winning musician, actor and screenwriter. Originally trained as an Opera singer, Jennifer’s musical range spans an array of genres. She is equally at home singing with Orchestras, Jazz combos and Blues bands. She is also an accomplished Blues pianist, and has played with C.J. Chenier, Nathan and The Zydeco Cha-Chas, and Blues artists Debbie Davies and Chris Thomas King. In 1989 Jennifer was the first vocalist in Maine inducted into the prestigious musical honor society, Pi Kappa Lambda.

Her recent album Easy Living, from Grammy award-winning producer Lawrence Manchester, was nominated for a 2015 Independent Music Award in the Jazz With Vocals category, and can be heard on jazz stations around the country, including KJAZZ in Los Angeles, WWOZ in New Orleans, and Public Radio International’s Jazz After Hours. Her previous recordings include Hyacinth Boy Blue (1998), the soundtrack for 40 WEST (2011) and The Way You Look Tonight (2012).

With Dana Packard, she co-founded The Originals Theatre Company in 1988, and Honey Tree Films in 1998. Her more than 70 stage credits include Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire, Rose in The Woolgatherer, Scarlett in Coyote Ugly, Celeste in Little Egypt, May in Fool For Love, Aldonza in Man of La Mancha and Patsy Cline in Always...Patsy Cline.

Jennifer starred in, and composed and performed the film score for BALLAD OF IDA AND DOOB (1999) and wrote, starred in, and composed and performed the film scores for the critically acclaimed MR. BARRINGTON (2003) now available in several languages, and the multiple award-winning 40 WEST (2011) with Wayne Newton. For her work on 40 WEST, Jennifer received Awards of Merit for Acting and Original Score from The Accolade Competition, Gold Prestige Awards for Acting, Original Score and Original Song, and a Silver Prestige Award for Original Screenplay.

Jennifer is a proud member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the Writers Guild of America, SAG / AFTRA, and Actors’ Equity Association.



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