Also often called the "Love Theme from Titanic". It is the main theme to James Cameron's blockbuster film. The music was composed by James Horner, lyrics were written by Will Jennings, it was produced by Walter Afanasieff and Simon Franglen, recorded by Celine Dion, and released in 1997. The song was originally released in 1997 on Dion's album Let's Talk About Love and the Titanic soundtrack album. It’s success was immeadiately secured when it went straight to number one all over the world, including the United States, Canada, Ireland, United Kingdom and Australia.
The song became Dion..
This popular light orchestral Christmas music standard is the latest style to be added to our collection and number was originally composed by Leroy Anderson. The composer had the original idea for the piece during a heat wave in July 1946 and finished the work in February 1948. It was originally an instrumental piece. The lyrics, about someone asking another to join them for a ride in a sleigh, were written by Mitchell Parish later in 1950.
The orchestral version was first recorded in 1949 by Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra. Sleigh Ride was a hit record on RCA Victor Red S..
The song was composed by John Stewart shortly before he left the Kingston Trio. Monkees producer Chip Douglas was friends with John Stewart and ran into him at a party in Hollywood. Douglas told Stewart that he was now producing the Monkees and asked if he had any songs that might work for the group. Stewart offered "Daydream Believer."
The band loved the song and recorded it with Davy Jones singing lead vocals. The single got to No.1 in the US charts in December 1967 and it remained there for four weeks. It peaked at number five in the UK Charts. Unfortunately it was the Monkees' last ..
Our latest song style is for Lady In Red. The song was written by British/Irish singer-songwriter Chris de Burgh and released in June 1986. It was the second single from the album ‘Into the Light’. On the TV program ‘This Is Your Life’, Chris said that the song was inspired by the memory of when he first saw Diane and how men often cannot even remember what their wives were wearing when they first met.
The song was a massive hit quickly becoming de Burgh's best-selling single and his signature song. It transformed him from a cult artist into a household name in many countries. It reache..
Our latest song style is for Every Breath You Take. The song recorded by UK rock band ‘The Police’ came from their 1983 album Synchronicity. Written by Sting it was the biggest US and UK hit of 1983 and topped the UK Singles Chart for four weeks. It was nominated for three Grammy Awards, including Song of the Year, Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals, and Record of the Year, winning in the first two categories. For the song, Sting received the 1983 British Academy's Ivor Novello award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically.
The lyrics are the words of a possessive lover wh..
With our latest style for Another Day in Paradise we have got to 40 fabulous single styles in our library. This means every week we are more and more likely to have just what you are looking for. The song the style is based on was produced and recorded by Phil Collins, this song was released as the first single from his No. 1 album, ‘But Seriously’ in 1989. It lays claim to being the last number-one single of the 1980s and the first number-one of the 1990s. It was a worldwide success, eventually becoming one of the most successful songs of his solo career.
The song won the Grammy for Record..
On release now is our latest style for Yamaha, Korg, Ketron and Roland keyboards. The song 'Never can say goodbye' was written by Clifton Davis and was originally written and intended for the Supremes to record. Motown however decided the song would be better suited to the Jackson 5. Released as a single in 1971, it was one of the group's most successful songs. The song has been covered numerous times, most notably in 1974 by disco diva Gloria Gaynor and in 1987 by British pop group The Communards. The style is very much aimed at the original disco version that made it such a dance classic. Ne..
Our dedicated style library continues to expand with our latest offering based on a song written by Paul Carrack. Whilst many may not know this beautiful classic ballad it deserves a place in our Carillon repotoire of keyboard styles.
The original song achieved its best position in the charts in 1996 only just making the UK top 40. The highly talented singer Paul Melvyn Carrack was born 22 April 1951. He is an English singer, songwriter, composer and multi-instrumentalist who has recorded as both a solo artist and as a member of several popular bands. The BBC dubbed him as "The Ma..
The latest dedicated single style added to our collection is Abba's "The winner takes it all". There can be few that won't recognise this classic pop song before the intro is finished and this makes it a must have number in your repotoire.
This song was recorded by the Swedish pop group ABBA. It was released as the first single from the ‘Super Trouper’ album on 21/7/1980. The copy key of this ballad is F-sharp major and the lyrics reflect the end of a romance. Ulvaeus denies the song is about his and Fältskog's divorce, saying the basis of the song "is the experience of a divorce, but it's ..
This weeks new style is for an old Barry White number. This instantly recognisable song was originally recorded by Barry White. It was written by Tony Sepe, Peter Radcliffe and White himself, in fact he also produced the number. It was White's fourth top ten hit on the USA Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, reaching No.2. It also spent a week at No.1 on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart. In the UK Singles Chart it did even better, spending two weeks at No.1 (December 1974). Radcliffe originally wrote "You're the First, My Last, My Everything" as a country song with the title "You're My First,..