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"Go West" was written and originally performed by the group ‘Village People’. It was an instant hit in the disco scene during the late 1970s. Victor Willis, Henri Belolo and Jacques Morali are credited as the song's writers, although Willis disputes Belolo's involvement. In 1992, when Pet Shop Boys were asked to perform at an AIDS charity event at The Haçienda nightclub in Manchester. Keyboard player Chris Lowe selected "Go West" as the song they would perform. Though singer Neil Tennant forgot the lyrics during that performance, the duo decided to record it as a single. The song was re..
"Sing" was written by Joe Raposo in 1971 for the TV show Sesame Street. Raposo was one of the staff songwriters on the show and the song became one of the most popular ever on the program being sung in English, Spanish, and even sign language. The Carpenters heard the song early in 1973, it fitted their image and they felt it could be a hit. The song became their debut single from the album ‘Now & Then’, which released later that year. "Sing" reached No.1 on the US easy listening chart and it became Richard & Karen’s seventh gold single. Subsequent Sesame Street versions incl..
​Following the sad loss of Fats Domino last month (October 2017) we have added this style in tribute. This popular song was written by by Vincent Rose, with lyrics by Larry Stock and Al Lewis Lewis. It was first published in 1940 and there were at least six other famous artiste versions recorded (these included Glenn Miller, Jimmy Dorsey and Louis Armstrong) before the best remembered 1950s rock n' roll version by Fats Domino. It was an international hit in 1956 for Fats and has become a classic rock and roll standard. It reached No.2 for three weeks in the USA Billboard Top 40 charts, beco..
The Midjay Pro, SD7, SD9 & SD40 can import and use Styles from the previous KETRON Style libraries (SD, MJ). Of course to ensure and maximize compatibility, we must use Styles that share common sound characteristics as those used in the original instrument. That said, let’s proceed and find out how to convert these styles. First we recommend you copy the style(s) from an external source (USB Stick, computer, HD) to the internal memory of MJ Pro or SD7 (User Style folder). In the Disk Edit menu, you can find both the Copy and Paste functions (already well explained in the user manual) ..
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