The Life and Times of Foster & Allen Trailer

The Life and Times of Foster & Allen Trailer (2005)

07 June 2005

The partnership of Foster & Allen has endured decades in the limelight. Celebrate the long-running musical group's success with this collection featuring footage and interviews as well as performances of their music, including "Everything Is Beautiful," "Partner in Rhyme," "Morning Has Broken," "From a Distance," "The Gypsy Rover," "You Stand Alone," "Lonely but Only for You," "Lord of the Dance," "Michael Row the Boat" and more.

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