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Unfortunately due to Johns dad having been taken very seriously ill recently everything has been put on the back burner and we are running a bit behind here at Carillon. We are very pleased to report that following a major operation his prognosis has now improved a lot over the past few days and we are now in the process of trying to catch up a bit. We have released a new style today (When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman) and Dave has made sure several are ready to go over the next days and weeks. There will be an email newsletter in the near future and we will be participa..
This internationally successful single was recorded at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Alabama by Dr Hook. It was written by Even Stevens, who it is said followed producer Ron Haffkine into the studio’s restroom to pitch him the number. It consequently was recorded by the band and first appeared on the band's ‘Pleasure and Pain’ album in 1978. Riding the disco wave in 1979, it belatedly became an international hit reaching No.6 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the USA. The song achieved even greater success in the UK where it spent three weeks at number one in the UK Singles Chart ..
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..