The latest dedicated single style added to our collection is Abba's "The winner takes it all". There can be few that won't recognise this classic pop song before the intro is finished and this makes it a must have number in your repotoire.
This song was recorded by the Swedish pop group ABBA. It was released as the first single from the ‘Super Trouper’ album on 21/7/1980. The copy key of this ballad is F-sharp major and the lyrics reflect the end of a romance. Ulvaeus denies the song is about his and Fältskog's divorce, saying the basis of the song "is the experience of a divorce, but it's ..
This weeks new style is for an old Barry White number. This instantly recognisable song was originally recorded by Barry White. It was written by Tony Sepe, Peter Radcliffe and White himself, in fact he also produced the number. It was White's fourth top ten hit on the USA Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, reaching No.2. It also spent a week at No.1 on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart. In the UK Singles Chart it did even better, spending two weeks at No.1 (December 1974). Radcliffe originally wrote "You're the First, My Last, My Everything" as a country song with the title "You're My First,..
Not one but two new styles have been added this week. Following hard on the heals of Any Dream Will Do is a style for Karma Chameleon. As usual there are versions for Yamaha, Korg, Roland & Ketron which you find in the latest list (bottom left home page) or in each brands single style lists!
Karma Chameleon was the second Culture Club single to reach the top of the UK Singles Chart (after ‘Do You Really Want to Hurt Me’). It was also featured on the group's 1983 album ‘Colour by Numbers’. The single spent three weeks at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 in early 1984 and ..
If you are not already aware we keep a list of our most requested styles. So if you need a genre or even a specific style let us know, we'll add it to the list and release the best as quickly as possible. Email us with your requests! By the way that goes for instruments and accessories as well.
We have just added a new single style for Roland, Ketron, Korg & Yamaha. The style is perfect for Any Dream Will Do. As usual we must add for copyright reasons this style can of course be used for many other different songs if so required. You will find the new style under each brands 'Keyboard Software Tab'.
The original song was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice for the 1968 musical ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’. It is usually sung at both the beginning and ending song of the show and is sung by the character of Joseph. The number is probably best kno..