Down and Out in Beverly Hills is an updated remake of the 1932 Jean Renoir film Boudu Saved From Drowning. Philandering businessman Dave Whiteman (Richard Dreyfuss) rescues scraggly tramp Jerry Baskin (Nick Nolte) from drowning himself in Dave's swimming pool. Much against his will, Jerry is invited to enjoy the hospitality of Dave, his social-climbing wife, Barbara (Bette Midler), and their sexually ambivalent son, Max (Evan Richards). The hapless hobo bonds only with the family dog, Matisse, which fascinates Barbara to the point that she's willing to share her bed (and a few other things) with him. Dave is twice cuckolded when Jerry makes out with the maid (Elizabeth Peña), with whom he has been carrying on a torrid – and noisy – affair. He plans to wreak revenge on the tramp, but several plot twists result in Dave and Jerry becoming bosom companions. Little Richard appears as the family's easily irritated next-door neighbor.
Beverly is a Filipino originating singer with a high pitched voice. everly made her Japanese debut with her 1st studio album “Awesome”.
These two Maze albums slapped onto one disc will command a permanent slot in your CD changer. Features some of Beverly's most inspiring compositions ("Timin'" and "Lovely Inspiration"), his most romantic ("Call on Me" and "The Look In Your Eyes"), as well as up-tempo show openers and closers ("Feel That You're Feelin'"), and the one that made the band a favorite with ladies where they shop for groceries at Piggly Wiggly's, "Southern Girl."
Anthology gathers the best (at least most of the best) singles the band did for Capitol, among them classics like "Southern Girl," "Before I Let Go," the complete "Joy and Pain," and "Happy Feelin's."
Silky Soul is the seventh studio album and ninth overall album by Bay Area-based R&B group Maze. Released in 1989 on Warner Bros. Records.
978 gem from Beverly Wheelerand Duane Williams. Beverly & Duane had two American hits from this album, ‘We Got To Stick Together’ and ‘Glad I Gotcha Baby’ after which they got married and moved to California and settled down.
Italian pianist and composer Dado Moroni is revered on both sides of the Atlantic for his driving piano power and harmonic ingenuity. Now, with the release of his Resonance Records debut Live in Beverly Hills, the international jazz journeyman jumps to the very front of the improvised instrumental pack. Dado Moroni has had an impressive career since emerging on the European jazz scene in the early 1990s, having recorded as a sideman with Clark Terry, Tom Harrell, and extensively with Swiss alto saxophonist George Robert, in addition to his work as a leader. Live in Beverly Hills is his first opportunity to record as a leader for an American label, featuring the pianist with veteran drummer Peter Erskine and bassist Marco Panascia, recorded and videotaped at the Rising Jazz Stars over two nights in early 2010…