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  1. Mary C. Brown and the Hollywood Sign was the fourth solo LP by Dory Previn, released in November 1972. This was a thematic album about Hollywood misfits. The songs were intended for a musical revue that ran briefly in Los Angeles. It was planned to stage it on Broadway, but the previews were poor and the show was cancelled before it opened.

  2. Published By – MCA Music Ltd. Copyright © – BGO Records Phonographic Copyright ℗ – Liberty Records (3) Distributed By – Universal/BMG Licensed From – EMI Special Markets Credits Acoustic Bass, Electric Guitar – David Cohen ( tracks: 1-1 to 1-13) Acoustic Guitar – Laurindo Almeida ( tracks: 1-1 to 1-13), Peter Jameson ( tracks: 1-1 to 1-13)

  3. 20. Sept. 2008 · "Hunky Dory" Irish TV program based on the show 'Children Of Coincidence, 1980"Mary C. Brown & The Hollywood Sign"by Dory Previnfeaturing Colm Wilkinson.orig...

  4. 25. Aug. 1998 · Discover Mary C. Brown and the Hollywood Sign/On My Way to Where by Dory Previn released in 1998. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

  5. Dory Previn established herself from the late 1950s as a lyricist for movie songs in Hollywood, in the process being nominated for three Academy Awards. [1] However, by 1970 her marriage to composer and conductor André Previn had disintegrated, following his affair with Mia Farrow and her own mental health problems. [2]

  6. Mary C. Brown And The Hollywood Sign Lyrics: You know the hollywood sign / That stands in the hollywood hills / I don't think the christ of the andes / Ever blessed so many ills / The...

  7. 4. MARY C. BROWN AND THE HOLLYWOOD SIGN As recorded by Dory Previn (From the 1971 Album MYTHICAL KINGS AND IGUANAS) Capo 1st fret [Intro] A7 D7 A7 [Verse 1] A7 D7 You know the Hollywood sign A7 D7 That stands in the Hollywood hills A7 E7 D7 I don't think the christ of the andes A7 Ever blessed so many ills D7 The hollywood sign seems to smile ...