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Recorded by Canadian singer Michael Bublé, ‘Home’ was released on 28 March 2005. It was the 2nd single from his 2nd major-label studio album, ‘It's Time’. The song was written by Bublé, along with co-writers Alan Chang and Amy Foster-Gillies.‘Home’ was Bublé's 1st single released in the UK. It also topped the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart in the USA. The number was also used in the film ‘The Wedding Date’. Two major cover versions of the song have also been released as singles by other artists. The first of these was recorded by Irish boyband ‘Westlife’, whose version was a top ten..
Unfortunately due to Johns dad having been taken very seriously ill recently everything has been put on the back burner and we are running a bit behind here at Carillon. We are very pleased to report that following a major operation his prognosis has now improved a lot over the past few days and we are now in the process of trying to catch up a bit. We have released a new style today (When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman) and Dave has made sure several are ready to go over the next days and weeks. There will be an email newsletter in the near future and we will be participa..
The song was written by Norrie Paramor & Bunny Lewis for the film ‘Expresso Bongo’ which starred Laurence Harvey, Cliff Richard and Yolande Donlan. The story is a satire of the ‘Music Industry’ and the film version was adapted from the stage musical (produced at the ‘Saville Theatre’, London, on 23 April 1958). The music for the 1959 film was produced by Norrie Paramor and with the exception of one song was entirely different from the music that was used in the 1958 stage musical. The music and the plot were intentionally rewritten to downplay the original satire and showcase the..
This internationally successful single was recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Alabama by Dr Hook. It was written by Even Stevens, who it is said followed producer Ron Haffkine into the studio’s restroom to pitch him the number. It consequently was recorded by the band and first appeared on the band's ‘Pleasure and Pain’ album in 1978. Riding the disco wave in 1979, it belatedly became an international hit reaching No.6 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the USA. The song achieved even greater success in the UK where it spent three weeks at number one in the UK Singles Chart ..