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This is a popular American Christmas song first released by Bobby Helms in 1957. It has received frequent airplay in the USA during every Xmas season since. "Jingle Bell Rock" was composed by Joseph Carleton Beal & James Ross Boothe. Helms version entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart December 24, 2016, and reached No. 29 two weeks later. In January 2019, the song entered the Hot 100's top 10 for the first time reaching No. 8. With this feat, Helms broke the record for the longest wait to the Hot 100's top 10 as he achieved this in 60 years, four months and two weeks after his first e..
The song was written and performed by Northern Irish guitarist Gary Moore. It was originally released as the title track of the album ‘Still Got the Blues’. The song was released as a single and reached No.31 on the UK Singles Chart in May 1990. It is the only single of Moore's solo career to chart on the USA Billboard Hot 100, where it reached No.97 on 16 February 1991. Moore played his Les Paul Standard Guitar throughout the song. He also filmed a basic music video for the song. The song was covered by Eric Clapton on his 2013 album Old Sock as a tribute to Moore following his death in 2..
This song was written and recorded by singer-songwriter Fred Neil in 1966 and released by himself two years later. The version of the song performed by Harry Nilsson sold over a million copies and became a hit in 1969. It reached No. 6 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and won a Grammy Award after it was featured in the film Midnight Cowboy. The song describes the singer's desire to retreat from other people to the ocean. It has also appeared in the 1994 film Forrest Gump as well as being included on the film's soundtrack album. It can also be found in the comedy film Borat and in the O..
This song was written by Eric Clapton, Marcella Detroit and George Terry. It was recorded & performed by Clapton and appeared on his 1977 album ‘Slowhand’. The up-tempo tune is one of Clapton's biggest American hits. He intentionally wrote it in the style of one of his favourite songwriters, Oklahoma musician J.J. Cale. Clapton said the song was "as close as an Englishman could get to being J.J. Cale. The song lyrics reference Clapton trying to convince a girl to hang out with him in bed instead of leaving. It was the Bee Gee’s who kept Clapton out of the No.1 spot in the charts wit..