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New music from Warren MARLEY on YouTube.  Copy- paste links

I love the music.                                           https://youtu.be/OUp8q9mUz_8

Don't let the song go out of your life.   https://youtu.be/FSKrz7EO1d4

Funny Clothes.                                             https://youtu.be/L_-LJ72WFgU

Leftover decorations.                                 https://youtu.be/0xs4D3G7pJw

Amsterdam, April 2016

Dear Friends,
The best is yet ! Warren's music on You Tube, crown jewels, 3 songs with Don Costa orchestral arrangements, one furthermore with the Mike Curb singers. One song in country style about a failed future marriage    Leftover decorations .
Don Costa is known for working with Paul Anka, Sinatra, Streisand, e.o. Check the internet. Warren's songs interacting with art and photography. Curious! Find your moment to linger with Warren's music and pictures.

I love the music.   The song expresses Warren's love for music and the mighty maker of the universe. Don Costa and the Mike Curb Singer are great company for a sophisticated musical touch. Let's celebrates the music.

Don't let the song go out of your life.   Warren was moved at the sight of a tombstone in Hawaii with this line. It was a message he liked to pass on in a song. The orchestral arrangement by Don Costa reinforces the beautiful message.

Funny Clothes.   Warren becomes an actor and spectator in an imaginary story. The story and the music line demands a spacious musical exploration. Don Costa delivers a fine orchestral expansion and makes the song likable and grand.

Leftover decorations.   One day a friend of Warren was confronted with a 'no' from this future bride. Besides the feeling of failure the question arose....what do we do with the leftover decorations? The music in a country style is balancing appropriate with the mood of this event.


LP cover. Produced by Phil Ramone & Pete Spargo.
Stereo ARL/7100/004           A&R Records New York




Warren Marley

Warren Marley is an American singer-songwriter, filmmusic composer.
Made records with Don Costa and Phil Ramone, in L.A and N.Y. 
In Holland he produced records with Tom Peters and Ruud Jacobs.

Warren was born in Idaho, Sandpoint, May 1946.
He worked in Hawaii, L.A., NYcity, Hong Kong and Europe. In 1975 he settled in Amsterdam to live and write music.

His legacy: songs, records, Lp 'Something Better', a Christmas Carols album: 'For Every Christmas' signed Klyde Warren Marley. Inspirational thought:
'Hold on to your dreams'.
*1946  -  †1991

8 video's on youtube.


Welcome on Warren Marley's homepage.
 A portrait
, an invitation to meet.
Enjoy his voice, songs, gift. Share his talent, his music legacy.
'It 's my desire to do some good thing every day',
'Don't let the song go out of your life'.
Lovely quotes from Warren.

"Something Better" LP below. Visit the  Audio link for more music.
Visit YouTube for ' Sunny Days in Amsterdam', Mike Curb and Don Costa produced songs, songs for Christmas.   Mail   a.puyenbroeck@upcmail.nl    Bert van Puyenbroeck                                          

One day life transforms. The Warren Marley AllRed Music foundation will be a new figuration.
Where his music looks for new editions and voices to travel around this world.
A gift keeps on giving, transforming of matter into humanitarian values.
 Site launched May 19th 2007, on his birthday.  Last modified April 2016.




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Warren Marley    "SOMETHING BETTER "...  A&R Records N. Y. ARL/7100/004    Album LP - Free Listening                                               Produced Phil Ramone and Pete Spargo

      1. Los Angeles    Warren Marley
      2. Golden Slumbers    Warren Marley
      3. Anywhere Like Heaven    Warren Marley
      4. Take A Feelin'    Warren Marley
      5. Days Of My Youth    Warren Marley   
      6. One Fine Summer Morning    Warren Marley  
      7. Faces of You    Warren Marley  
      8. Something's Wrong    Warren Marley  
      9. Dandeline    Warren Marley  
     10. Born Free    Warren Marley  
     11. Something Better    Warren Marley  
 Mahalia   Song tribute to Mahalia Jackson.      Warren Marley



Hawaiian Room, Lexington Hotel, NYC

Len Erna Cotton & Warren Marley in 1968-69. In memory of Erna Woo, and her lifelong friendship with Warren.

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