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Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits


Tune In To The Greatest Hits

Available onboard all Aircraft.

May/June

This Just In

RJ Lounge

David Guetta Featuring Sia

Titanium

One Direction

One Thing

Emeli Sandé

Next To Me

J Williams

Live It Up

Ledisi

Pieces Of Me

Chris Brown

Turn Up The Music

Snow Patrol

New York

Maria Mena

Viktoria

Whitney Houston

I Didn't Know My Own Strength

Trevor Hall

Brand New Day

Christopher

Nothing In Common

The Villains

Rainy Day Girl

Beyoncé

Love On Top

Coldplay

Charlie Brown

Van Halen

Tattoo

Brian McFadden

Wrap My Arms

Adam Lambert

Better Than I Know Myself

Bruce Springsteen

We Take Care Of Our Own

Ariana Grande

Put Your Hearts Up

Jason Mraz

I Won't Give Up

Demi Lovato

Give Your Heart A Break

Switchfoot

Dark Horses

David Cook

Fade Into Me

Olivia Newton-John

Mickey (Chew Fu Fix)

Shannon Noll

Living In Stereo

Rocket Empire

Intro

Ishq

Blue Drop

Hennie Bekker

Elusive Sensation

Air

Moon Fever

Carmen Rizzo

Morning Glitter

Jens Buchert

Venus Nights

Patrick O'Hearn

Flight

Bill Ryder-Jones

Some Absolute End (The End)

Patrick Kelly

Rising Sun

Desert Dwellers

Point Of Awakening

Channel Two

Soul At Eaze

Rocket Empire

Simmer Down Jamie

Ubud

Forest

Medwyn Goodall

Eyes Of Heaven

Bitwise

Takes More (Instrumental)

Deuter

Sei

Steven C

Decade

Shakatura

Midheaven

RECENTLY

ADDED


Tune In To The Greatest Hits (Audio on Demand)

Available onboard all Aircraft

except Embraer

May/June

David Wahler

Antiquus

Luciano Pavarotti

Tutto Pavarotti (CD 1)

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy

How Big Can You Get?

Sade

Soldier Of Love

Edith Piaf

The Voice Of The Sparrow:

The Very Best Of Edith Piaf

Evgeny Kissin

Beethoven: Piano Concertos 1 & 3

Peter Gabriel

Scratch My Back

Sherrie Maricle & The DIVA

Jazz Orchestra

Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center

Karunesh

Path Of Compassion

Justin Bieber

My World 2.0

Kelly Yost

Quiet Colors

Montreal Festival Wind Orchestra

Bach In The Wind

Kylie Minogue

Aphrodite

The Who

The Best Of The Who:

The Millennium Collection

Eric Chapelle

Across The Water

Danilo Perez

Providencia

Duffy

Endlessly

Deuter

Mystery Of Light

David Bowie

Heroes

Sting

Symphonicities

Ruby Braff

Our Love Is Here To Stay

Nielsen

Symphonies 4 & 5

Adele

21

John Lennon

Gimme Some Truth (CD 3)

Rebecca Kilgore

Live At Feinstein's At

Loews Regency

Matthew Morrison

Matthew Morrison

Eliane Elias

Light My Fire

Xuefei Yang

Rodrigo/Albeniz

Glee Cast

Glee: The 3D Concert Movie

Fleetwood Mac

Rumours

Janet Carroll

Lady Be Good

David Guetta

Nothing But The Beat

Harmonie Ensemble

Gershwin By Grofe

Beethoven

Piano Sonatas 8, 17 & 23

Feist

Metals

James Brown

Number 1's

Barbra Streisand

What Matters Most

Emeli Sandé

Our Version Of Events

Christian McBride

Conversations With Christian

Joshua Bell & Jeremy Denk

French Impressions

Depending on

the aircraft model,

some of these CD’s

might not be

available onboard.

RECENTLY

ADDED


In The Spotlight

May/June

The Artist The end of a silent era.

In 1927, Hollywood’s popular silent film star

George Valentin (Dujardin) is posing outside

the premiere of his latest film when a beautiful

young woman accidentally bumps into him.

Making light of the situation, he poses with her

for the cameras, landing both their faces on

the front page of Variety with the headline

“Who’s That Girl?”

The girl is Peppy Miller (Bejo), an unknown

who later auditions for the role of a dancer at

Kinograph Studios. When she captures the

attention of Valentin, he convinces

studio boss Al Zimmer (Goodman)

to cast her in his next picture.

Valentin begins to coach young

Miller for her small role as an

extra, and the chemistry

between the two becomes

obvious.

Miller, with

guidance

from her

mentor,

slowly

begins to

attract

much

bigger roles.

while Miller slowly climbs to the top of the

talking film industry.

Director Michel Hazanavicius brings to life an

era of film he has always admired, using a cast

of both French and American actors. A spirited

and charming romantic comedy, The Artist

took only thirty-five days to shoot but has won

a number of accolades at the 2011 Cannes Film

Festival, 2012 Academy Awards and the 69th

Annual Golden Globes. Whether it is the

onscreen chemistry, a bit of escapism from

modernity, or the nostalgia for the classic

essence of film, The Artist is sure to

be a film to remember.

As the era of

silent films

begins to draw

to a close,

Valentin struggles

with the rising

popularity of

“talkies”. His path

drives him into the

depths of oblivion,


In The Spotlight

May/June

Ahlam The Female Gulf Star

Fans call her “The Star of the Gulf” and according to famous Saudi singer Mohamad Abdo,

she is an Arab superstar. Her name is Ahlam Al Shamsi and her powerful voice has

captivated audiences in the Gulf and across the Arab world for years.

She was born in 1969 in Al Bsayteen village in Muharak, Bahrain. Growing up, she was

musically influenced by her father and local artist, Ali Al Shamsi. At an early age,

Ahlam began singing at weddings and ceremonies, where Kuwaiti music

composer Anwar Abdullah first discovered her talent. She went

on to sign a contract with Fonoon Emarat Productions and

Abdullah composed music for her debut album “Ahlam 95

(Ahebak Mot)’’. With the success of her album, Ahlam

produced 5 music videos.

In all, Ahlam has released ten albums with the latest

being “Hatha Ana” in 2009. This album, which includes

14 songs ranging from classical to pop hits, has

stayed at the top of the charts for 11 months.

Ahlam has been a regular guest at Arab music

festivals, including Hala Febrayer and

Febrayer Nights in Kuwait, the Arab Song

Festival in Qatar, Muscat and Salala

Khareef Festivals in Oman and other events

in Bahrain. Her performance at the Jerash

Festival for Culture and Arts in Jordan is still

remembered today for catapulting her career

and resonating with Jordanian audiences.

Recently, Ahlam joined the judging panel of

the hit TV talent show, Arab Idol. Her

presence attracted large audiences and left

them eagerly awaiting the next season.

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