Go Beyond Here

Lauren Wood of the "Pretty Woman" Soundtrack

May 07, 2020 Go Beyond Here Episode 10
Go Beyond Here
Lauren Wood of the "Pretty Woman" Soundtrack
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Go Beyond Here
Lauren Wood of the "Pretty Woman" Soundtrack
May 07, 2020 Episode 10
Go Beyond Here

Kari connects Lauren to her mother as well as her songwriting partner, as they talk about the catalyst that made Lauren channel what became the international hit "Fallen" from the "Pretty Woman" soundtrack and the synchronicity of how it ended up in the movie, validations that she was meant to be on this path of music, like her musical moment with Bette Midler at her house, having singers like Gladys Knight, Leo Sayer, Dusty Springfield and Johnny Mathis sing her songs, how she started on her life path where her father owned the pet shop that inspired the Patti Page classic "(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?" and how she ended up with Warner Bros. even though her hero Frank Zappa asked her to be on his label, her new CD "The Warner Bros. Years," her 1979 and 1981 albums available on CD for the first time in the U.S., which features Doobie Brothers Michael McDonald and Patrick Simmons, Toto's Steve Lukather and Jeff Porcaro, members of Little Feat, Ronnie Montrose and Robbie Dupree. 

Show Notes

Kari connects Lauren to her mother as well as her songwriting partner, as they talk about the catalyst that made Lauren channel what became the international hit "Fallen" from the "Pretty Woman" soundtrack and the synchronicity of how it ended up in the movie, validations that she was meant to be on this path of music, like her musical moment with Bette Midler at her house, having singers like Gladys Knight, Leo Sayer, Dusty Springfield and Johnny Mathis sing her songs, how she started on her life path where her father owned the pet shop that inspired the Patti Page classic "(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?" and how she ended up with Warner Bros. even though her hero Frank Zappa asked her to be on his label, her new CD "The Warner Bros. Years," her 1979 and 1981 albums available on CD for the first time in the U.S., which features Doobie Brothers Michael McDonald and Patrick Simmons, Toto's Steve Lukather and Jeff Porcaro, members of Little Feat, Ronnie Montrose and Robbie Dupree.