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Bilitis was a 1977 French romantic and erotic drama film. It was directed by photographer David Hamilton (1933-2016) and featured a memorable music score written by Francis Lai. The main romantic theme has been a concert favourite for many organ/keyboard artistes particually in the UK. It starred Patti D'Arbanville and Mona Kristensen as the title character Bilitis and Melissa, respectively. The film was loosely based on a poem cycle by Pierre Louÿs entitled ‘The Songs of Bilitis’ and set in ancient Greece (although the film is set in modern Europe). The poems were meant to be autobiogr..
The song was written by Baker Knight and was originally recorded by Vince Edwards in 1958 although it was never released. In 1959, Ray Peterson released it as a single. The song became a Top 40 hit for him on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No.25, and also reaching No.23 in the UK. That same year it was also recorded by Ronnie Hilton. Elvis Presley recorded a live version of "The Wonder of You" in Las Vegas, Nevada in February 1970. It was released as a single in April 1970. "The Wonder of You" was one of his most successful UK records ever, topping the Singles Charts for 6 weeks in t..
The song was written by John Phillips & Michelle Phillips and was first recorded by Barry McGuire. However, the best-known versions were recorded by ‘The Mamas & the Papas’ & ‘The Beach Boys’ (our style is more based on the Beach Boys version). The song lyrics express the narrator's longing for the warmth of Los Angeles during a cold winter in New York City. "California Dreamin'" was certified as a Gold Record by the Recording Industry Association of America in June 1966 and was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2001. The Beach Boys recorded their cover version of "Ca..
This song written by John Lennon (credited to Lennon & McCartney) was released in 1964 by the Beatles as the A-side of their 8th British single. Reaching No.1 in the UK (December 1964) it displaced the Rolling Stones ‘Little Red Rooster’ and remained at the top for 5 weeks. The song topped the US chart for 3 weeks in late 1964 and early 1965. By 2012 ‘I Feel Fine’ had sold 1.41 million copies in the UK, as of December 2018, it was the 53rd best-selling UK single of all time (one of six Beatles songs included in the top sales rankings published by the UK's Official Charts Company). L..