This rock and roll song was written in 1952 by Max C. Freedman and James E. Myers (Myers writing under the pseudonym "Jimmy De Knight"). The best-known and most successful rendition was recorded by Bill Haley & His Comets in 1954 for American Decca. It was a No1 single in both the US & UK charts. It also re-entered the UK Singles Chart in both the 1960s and 1970s..
Haley's recording became an anthem for rebellious 1950s youth and is widely considered to be the song that, more than any other, brought rock and roll into mainstream culture around the world. The song is ranked No. 1..
This is a song by Irish band ‘The Corrs’ from their 1998 breakthrough album ‘Talk on Corners’. Its chart success was limited due to the time spent in the shooting the video. However, it was re-released in August the same year in a remixed form by Tin Tin Out. This generated much more attention, particularly in the UK where it reached No.3. This became one of the band's most known hits worldwide.
The song received generally favourable reviews from music critics although some of whom felt it wasn't as strong as their previous numbers.
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"Mistletoe and Wine" is a Christmas song made famous as a single by Cliff Richard in 1988. The song was written by Jeremy Paul, Leslie Stewart and Keith Strachan for a musical called Scraps, which was an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Match Girl" set in Victorian London.
Richard liked the song but changed the lyrics to reflect a more religious theme. It was Richard's ninety-ninth single and became his twelfth UK No.1. The number spent four weeks at the top in December 1988 and sold 750,000 copies in the process. In the short six-week period after its release, it bec..
Singer/songwriter Dave Sheriff wrote “Red Hot Salsa” in 1997. Upon release, the number rapidly became well known and very popular with the line dance fraternity. This and many of his other country music numbers have been recorded on his own record label, ‘Stomp Music Records’ and a number of these were recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sheriff was born in Doverdale, Worcestershire, England in 1945 and raised in a rural background as his father was a gamekeeper. He worked many clubs during his career and appeared on national TV. He also worked as a session musician, often appearing in ba..