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The song from Disney's 1994 animated film The Lion King was composed by Elton John with lyrics by Tim Rice. It was a UK hit, peaking at No. 14 and achieved even more success in the US, reaching No.4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was also a No. 1 hit in both Canada and France and it sold over 11 million copies worldwide. Elton John said of the song that "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" was meant to follow "Disney's tradition of great love songs", and that it could "express the lions' feelings for each other far better than dialogue could". It earned Elton a Grammy Award for Best Male..
We have been catching up on some of the jobs we have been meaning to do and here is another disk that has been asked for many times. So for Roland Organ owners here is a collection of twelve Latin styles that were only previously on offer for newer instruments. Another twelve sparkling latin styles with dancing Cha Cha's to party numbers such as Limbo and Lambada. File List  File 1  Brazilo  File 7  FlncoPop  File 2  Calypso  File 8  Guaracha  File 3  Caribean &nb..
At last! We have finally got around to the important job of releasing some of our Irish Styles for Yamaha instruments. It has been a long time coming and to all those that have requested this disk, we want to say sorry it has taken sooo long! From a hint of Irish to a flat out Irish jig, eight of our most popular styles rewritten and designed to run on Korg Instruments. This is a selection of custom keyboard styles written by Carillon Studios. As always each style is complete with intro's/endings/fills & variations. File List  File 1  2 Beat &nbs..
“The song by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea was released in 1986 as the second single from his 8th studio album “On the Beach”. This reached No. 57 in the UK. In 1988 Rea re-recorded "On the Beach" for his album “New Light Through Old Windows” and this version reached No. 12 in the UK and No. 18 in Ireland. In 1989, it got to No. 9 on the US Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. The song was inspired by the Spanish island Formentera off the coast of Ibiza. Rea is quoted as saying "That's where me and my wife became me and my wife. That's what it's about. Yeah, I was "between the eyes..