Two for the Road is an album by American pianist Dave Grusin, of the music of Henry Mancini. It was released in 1997, recorded for GRP Records, and reached No. 1 on Billboard's Jazz chart. All music composed by Henry Mancini, lyricists indicated. Dreamsville" (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans) - 4:38. Moment to Moment" - 4:10. Baby Elephant Walk" - 3:57. Two for the Road" - 5:33. Days of Wine and Roses (Johnny Mercer) - 5:33.
0. The Nearness of You. Arlene Smith. 1. When the World Was Young. 0. Down in the Depths On the Ninetieth Floor. Remind Me. I'm Glad There Is You.
UNKLE have announced their new album, 'The Road: Part II/Lost Highway'. Set for release via member James Lavelle's label - Songs For the Def - on March 29th, the album is split into two acts and is the follow-up to the acclaimed 'The Road: Part 1". Lavelle said, "It’s the mid-part of a trilogy. The first record is like you’re leaving home; you’re naive and on a journey of discovery. Check out lead single 'A. our' (feat. Elliott Power and Miink) and the album's artwork below.
Title: Two for the Road (03 May 2006). Dr. Christian Shephard. Visually, 'Lost' continues to be stylish, atmospheric and beautiful in "Two for the Road", as always making the most of the island setting. The music is as always chilling and understated, the writing is taut and smart and the episode is one of the best directed ones of Season 2. Overall, fabulous and a Season 2 high.
Two for the Road, American dramatic film, released in 1967, that employed an innovative disjointed timeline to reveal the history of a marriage. It pivoted on the considerable onscreen chemistry between leads Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney. The story is told in a series of vignettes, which combine to create a moving portrait of a troubled 12-year-old marriage. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. More About Two for the Road. 2 references found in Britannica articles.
Two for the Road" is the twentieth episode of Season 2 of Lost and the 45th produced hour of the series as a whole. When Ana Lucia is attacked by Henry Gale, she begins to contemplate taking matters into her own hands. Meanwhile, Michael is reunited with his friends and tells them he wants to go back for his son. Ana Lucia kills the man who shot her. ("Collision"). Ana Lucia warns Michael of the Others and says they are smart and can't be underestimated.