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A Moonlight Serenade On The Queen Mary 2

Carly Simon

Year: 2004

Runtime: 01:29:36

Surrounded by a room of ballroom dancers and backed by a 15-piece orchestra, Carly Simon taped two nights of concerts on the Queen Mary 2 in early September of 2005. The six-day voyage (from New York City to Southampton, England) onboard the most famous ocean liner in the world.

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