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The song ‘Sailing" was composed by Gavin Sutherland of the Sutherland Brothers in 1972 but is best known as a 1975 international hit for Rod Stewart. Rod took the song to No.1 in the UK for four weeks in 1975, it returned to the charts in 1976 and again in 1987. It was easily Stewarts greatest UK release. ‘Sailing’ had its UK chart revival in 1976 as a result of the track being used as the theme song for ‘Sailor’. This was a documentary series on the HMS Ark Royal which the BBC1 aired for ten weeks from 5 August 1976. As the British task-force sailed out of Portsmouth Harbour on 5 Ap..
“The beauty of our keyboards is the music they enable us to play”. It is a sweeping statement and yet one we spend little time thinking about. Music brings so many different things to so many people. However there are a few essential factors that are important otherwise why would we bother at all. First it must bring pleasure to the one playing it. Second, hopefully those listening will also enjoy the sounds we produce. The standard we play and how confident the musician is of the instrument under his or her fingers does not really matter to the former but will make a world of difference to th..
‘Flying Colours’ was Chris De Burgh’s 9th studio album. It was released by A&M Records in 1988. The song ‘Missing you’ was subsequently taken from the album and released as a single. It reached the Top 5 in the UK, peaking at No. 3 and in Ireland it reached No. 1. De Burgh was born 15th October 1948, his birth name was Christopher John Davison. During his carrer he has had several top 40 hits in the UK and two in the US, but he is more popular in other countries, particularly Norway and Brazil. He is most famous for his 1986 love song "The Lady in Red" (Carillon Studios Style Number..
This iconic song was originally performed by Wilson Pickett in 1965 and released on his 1965 album of the same name, also appearing on the 1966 album The Exciting Wilson Pickett. The song was composed by Pickett & Steve Cropper at the historic Lorraine Motel in Memphis where Martin Luther King, Jr. would later be assassinated in April 1968. In 2017, the song was selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or artistically significant. Our style version is set a little quicker than the original but can be ..