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The album was the 7th studio album by Elton John. It was released in 1973 and sold over 30 million copies worldwide. Many regard it as his best album ever. It was recorded at the Château d'Hérouville in France after problems recording at the intended location in Jamaica. Among its 17 tracks are hits ‘Candle in the Wind’, ‘Bennie and the Jets’, ‘Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting’ and of course the title song ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’. The move to the château provided John and his band with a great deal of creative inspiration and an abundance of quality material. This led to the de..
The song was recorded by ‘The Beatles’ and written primarily by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney). It was written mainly by McCartney, though John Lennon claimed in an interview with ‘Playboy’ that his major contribution was the middle eight section. The number was the 5th track of their 3rd album, ‘A Hard Day's Night’. It was released 20 July 1964 along with ‘If I Fell’ as the B-side by Capitol Records. In reached No. 12 on the USA Billboard Hot 100. The Beatles performed ‘And I Love Her’ just once outside EMI Studios, on 14 July 1964 they played it for an edition of the BB..
Bilitis was a 1977 French romantic and erotic drama film. It was directed by photographer David Hamilton (1933-2016) and featured a memorable music score written by Francis Lai. The main romantic theme has been a concert favourite for many organ/keyboard artistes particually in the UK. It starred Patti D'Arbanville and Mona Kristensen as the title character Bilitis and Melissa, respectively. The film was loosely based on a poem cycle by Pierre Louÿs entitled ‘The Songs of Bilitis’ and set in ancient Greece (although the film is set in modern Europe). The poems were meant to be autobiogr..
The song was written by Baker Knight and was originally recorded by Vince Edwards in 1958 although it was never released. In 1959, Ray Peterson released it as a single. The song became a Top 40 hit for him on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No.25, and also reaching No.23 in the UK. That same year it was also recorded by Ronnie Hilton. Elvis Presley recorded a live version of "The Wonder of You" in Las Vegas, Nevada in February 1970. It was released as a single in April 1970. "The Wonder of You" was one of his most successful UK records ever, topping the Singles Charts for 6 weeks in t..