This is a song by Irish band ‘The Corrs’ from their 1998 breakthrough album ‘Talk on Corners’. Its chart success was limited due to the time spent in the shooting the video. However, it was re-released in August the same year in a remixed form by Tin Tin Out. This generated much more attention, particularly in the UK where it reached No.3. This became one of the band's most known hits worldwide.
The song received generally favourable reviews from music critics although some of whom felt it wasn't as strong as their previous numbers.
You will find this new style in under our 'Keyboard..
"Mistletoe and Wine" is a Christmas song made famous as a single by Cliff Richard in 1988. The song was written by Jeremy Paul, Leslie Stewart and Keith Strachan for a musical called Scraps, which was an adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Match Girl" set in Victorian London.
Richard liked the song but changed the lyrics to reflect a more religious theme. It was Richard's ninety-ninth single and became his twelfth UK No.1. The number spent four weeks at the top in December 1988 and sold 750,000 copies in the process. In the short six-week period after its release, it bec..
Singer/songwriter Dave Sheriff wrote “Red Hot Salsa” in 1997. Upon release, the number rapidly became well known and very popular with the line dance fraternity. This and many of his other country music numbers have been recorded on his own record label, ‘Stomp Music Records’ and a number of these were recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sheriff was born in Doverdale, Worcestershire, England in 1945 and raised in a rural background as his father was a gamekeeper. He worked many clubs during his career and appeared on national TV. He also worked as a session musician, often appearing in ba..
The Geoff Stephens & Roger Greenaway song "It's Gonna be a Cold Cold Christmas" was written for Dana and released 4 weeks prior to Christmas in 1975. It brought her second highest UK chart position reaching No.4 on 27 December the same year. In Ireland it made No.3 and the following year got to the No.12 slot.
She later collected two awards – Best Female Singer in Britain (NME), & Best Female Singer from the TV Times. She lost her voice in Sept 1976. Her left vocal cord, which had been cauterized the year before, required urgent surgery to remove what turned out to be a non-mali..
The song, written by Lionel Bart, was recorded in April 1959 by Cliff Richard and the Drifters (to become the “Shadows”). Norrie Paramor produced the song and it was first released in May 1959 on the “Serious Charge” EP soundtrack. It went on to be released as a single in July ’59 reaching No. 1 in the UK Charts for 6 weeks and sold over a million copies thus earning a Gold disc for doing so. The single featured Apron Strings on the b-side. It was the UK’s top-selling single of 1959.
In the US, it was Richard's first hit single, reaching No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also was a No..
Four years ago we moved from Eastbourne to Middlewich in Cheshire. Some of our packed boxes got put into the loft and have been there ever since. This weekend we have discovered a box of original Technics production disks. We have found software for KN keyboards and organs going back as far as the KN750 & KN1000, the EN4, EN6 & GA organs, this also included some previous never commercially released styles. We even found an old SMAC 1200 in the same box.
So what does this mean? To cut a long story short, we will now be able to support these fabulous (if a little old) in..
This Xmas song sung by Welsh singer Shakin' Stevens was written by Bob Heatlie and produced by Dave Edmunds. It was Stevens fourth No.1 single in the UK Singles Chart.
First released on 25 November 1985 it was the Christmas No.1 for that year. Since then it has been included on many top-selling Christmas collections and gets frequent airplay every Xmas season. In 2007 the song re-entered the UK top 30 and reached number 22 on the Christmas chart. This was due to downloads now being included in the UK Singles Chart. In previous years this would have been impossible unless there was a phy..
The song from Disney's 1994 animated film The Lion King was composed by Elton John with lyrics by Tim Rice. It was a UK hit, peaking at No. 14 and achieved even more success in the US, reaching No.4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was also a No. 1 hit in both Canada and France and it sold over 11 million copies worldwide.
Elton John said of the song that "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" was meant to follow "Disney's tradition of great love songs", and that it could "express the lions' feelings for each other far better than dialogue could". It earned Elton a Grammy Award for Best Male..
We have been catching up on some of the jobs we have been meaning to do and here is another disk that has been asked for many times. So for Roland Organ owners here is a collection of twelve Latin styles that were only previously on offer for newer instruments. Another twelve sparkling latin styles with dancing Cha Cha's to party numbers such as Limbo and Lambada.
At last! We have finally got around to the important job of releasing some of our Irish Styles for Yamaha instruments. It has been a long time coming and to all those that have requested this disk, we want to say sorry it has taken sooo long! From a hint of Irish to a flat out Irish jig, eight of our most popular styles rewritten and designed to run on Yamaha Instruments. This is a selection of custom keyboard styles written by Carillon Studios. As always each style is complete with intro's/endings/fills & variations.