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This is a song by British rock band ‘Dire Straits’ and comes from their 5th studio album, ‘Brothers in Arms’. It was released as a single in 1985 and peaked at No.7 in the US charts. It was the bands biggest UK commercial hit, peaking at No.2. The construct of the number is a simple rock and roll rhythm, with changes on chords I, IV & V. Its long introduction has become iconic and has an instantly recognisable melody played using a synth organ patch. The song lyrics mention "down in the tunnels, trying to make it pay", a reference to busking in the subway. It goes on to say the song..
The song was written by Jim Capaldi, Paul Carrack, and Peter Vale, and produced by the Eagles, Elliot Scheiner, and Rob Jacobs. It was first performed by the Eagles in 1994, during their "Hell Freezes Over" reunion tour. Although the song was never formally released as a single in the US, and thus was not eligible to appear on the US Billboard Hot 100 under the rules then in place, it spent 3 weeks at number 1 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart in early. In the United Kingdom, "Love Will Keep Us Alive" was issued as a single and peaked at number 52 on the UK Singles Chart. Paul C..
Composed by Peter Green, this guitar-based instrumental by Fleetwood Mac was released as a single in November 1968. It was a major hit in several countries and became Fleetwood Mac's only Number 1 hit in the UK Singles Chart. It was re-released in the UK in 1973 and peaked at Number 2 in the charts. The single has sold over 900,000 copies in the UK. The composition and its arrangement suggest a relaxing sea setting, with cymbals imitating the sound of waves. Mick Fleetwood played his drum kit using timpani mallets to give a muted sound and it features a dreamy guitar solo from Peter Gre..
This Rhythm and Blues song written and first recorded by Mack Rice in 1965. It gained greater popularity when Wilson Pickett covered it the following year on a single, a version that was also released on the 1966 album, The Wicked Pickett. According to music historian Tom Shannon the song started as a joke when singer Della Reese wanted a new Ford Mustang. Rice called the early version "Mustang Mama" but changed the title after Aretha Franklin suggested "Mustang Sally". The song featured prominently in the 1991 film The Commitments and appears on the film's soundtrack album. You w..