This pop ballad was written by George David Weiss & Bob Thiele. It was first recorded by Louis Armstrong and released in 1967 reaching No.1 in the UK. Armstrong's recording was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.
The songs recording session followed Armstrong's Las Vagas midnight show. By 2am the musicians were recording. ABC president Larry Newton showed up to photograph Armstrong. Newton wanted a swingy pop song like "Hello, Dolly!", a big hit for Armstrong when he was with Kapp Records, so when Newton heard the slow pace of "What a Wonderful World", he tried to stop the ..
The song was recorded by Buddy Holly on October 21, 1958. It featured the pizzicato strings and orchestral backing of Dick Jacobs. The music and lyrics of the song were written by the songwriting team of Felice Bryant and Boudleaux Bryant.
It was released as a single on Coral Records in 1959, peaking at No. 88 on the USA Billboard charts as the B-side of "It Doesn't Matter Anymore". The recording was included on Buddy Holly's first "greatest hits" compilation album titled The Buddy Holly Story that was released in March 1959.
In 1968, The Beatles paraphrased the first line of "Rainin..
Oh My God, do we all feel old here! Carillon Studios has made it to 25 years of age. We were based in Clacton On Sea at the time and not for one second did we ever consider the future. Our 1st mailshot was for one floppy disk with ten styles on it. It was produced on an Atari ST520 computer with a tractor feed printer with each page taking over 11 minutes to print and was sent to under 100 Technics keyboard users. 26 years later we sell to 32 counties around the world with styles for 7 instrument brands that include over 100 keyboard types.
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Recorded by Canadian singer Michael Bublé, ‘Home’ was released on 28 March 2005. It was the 2nd single from his 2nd major-label studio album, ‘It's Time’. The song was written by Bublé, along with co-writers Alan Chang and Amy Foster-Gillies.‘Home’ was Bublé's 1st single released in the UK. It also topped the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart in the USA. The number was also used in the film ‘The Wedding Date’.
Two major cover versions of the song have also been released as singles by other artists. The first of these was recorded by Irish boyband ‘Westlife’, whose version was a top ten..