"Michelle" is a love ballad by the Beatles, composed principally by Paul McCartney, with the middle eight co-written with John Lennon. The song was initially composed in C, but was played in F (with a capo on the fifth fret) on their Rubber Soul Album which was released in December 1965. The song is unusual among Beatles recordings in that some of its lead vocals are in French.
It reached No.11 in the UK charts and won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1967 and has since become one of the best known and most often recorded of all Beatles songs.
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This song was written for ‘The Chiffons’ by Doug Morris in 1966. Doug had joined ‘Laurie Records’ as a songwriter and producer the previous year. He eventually became it’s vice president and general manager. Morris went on to become one of the most respected and influential executives in the global music industry and became Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Entertainment in 2011.
Morris told the story to Billboard magazine: "The song was very heavily influenced by a Supremes song. I produced the session at Allegro Sound Studios (New York) with Elliot Greenberg, (one of the owners for Lauri..
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The song ‘Sailing" was composed by Gavin Sutherland of the Sutherland Brothers in 1972 but is best known as a 1975 international hit for Rod Stewart. Rod took the song to No.1 in the UK for four weeks in 1975, it returned to the charts in 1976 and again in 1987. It was easily Stewarts greatest UK release.
‘Sailing’ had its UK chart revival in 1976 as a result of the track being used as the theme song for ‘Sailor’. This was a documentary series on the HMS Ark Royal which the BBC1 aired for ten weeks from 5 August 1976.
As the British task-force sailed out of Portsmouth Harbour on 5 Ap..