This song was originally recorded by the Spanish rock band Los Bravos and released in 1966 as the group's debut single for Decca Records. Produced by Ivor Raymonde, the song reached No.2 in the UK, No. 4 in the U.S. and No. 1 in Canada. With the song's success, Los Bravos became the first Spanish rock band to have an international hit single. Lead singer Mike Kogel's vocals sounded so similar to Gene Pitney that many listeners assumed that "Black Is Black" was a Pitney single.
A French version entitled "Noir c'est noir," was recorded by Johnny Hallyday and held the No.1 spot in France's..
"The Phantom of the Opera" is a song from the stage musical of the same name. It was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber and with lyrics written by Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe, additional lyrics by Mike Batt. The song was first recorded by Sarah Brightman and Steve Harley. In 1986 it became a UK hit single. In its theatrical debut, it was sung by Brightman and Michael Crawford in their roles as Christine Daaé and the Phantom.
The song is performed in Act I after the song “Angel of Music” (The Mirror) and before “The Music of the Night”. It is reprised in Act Two at the end of the son..
This is the first release of a new group of single styles. "Carillon Essential Single Styles" are designed to be the perfect addition to any musicians software collection. We consider them and the songs they are suitable for to be the “must haves” in most players repertoire.
This is not a dedicated style although perfect for the well known Hawaiian song Aloha-Oe. It recreates the quintessential sounds and flavours most listeners think of for the beautiful island of Hawaii.
You will find this new style in under our 'Keyboard Software' section. Just look for your instrument brand (Yama..
"Go West" was written and originally performed by the group ‘Village People’. It was an instant hit in the disco scene during the late 1970s. Victor Willis, Henri Belolo and Jacques Morali are credited as the song's writers, although Willis disputes Belolo's involvement.
In 1992, when Pet Shop Boys were asked to perform at an AIDS charity event at The Haçienda nightclub in Manchester. Keyboard player Chris Lowe selected "Go West" as the song they would perform. Though singer Neil Tennant forgot the lyrics during that performance, the duo decided to record it as a single. The song was re..