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Brian Bennett is one of the best drummers, songwritters and composers the uk has produced. A track from his solo album 'Rock Dreams' , called 'Thunderbolt which was published in 1977. Brian also writes and produces music for many tv and film pieces as well as being the drummer of The Shadows.
"Without You" is a song written by Pete Ham and Tom Evans of British rock group Badfinger, and first released on their 1970 album No Dice. The power ballad has been recorded by over 180 artists, and versions released as singles by Harry Nilsson (1971) and Mariah Carey (1994) became international best-sellers. Paul McCartney once described the ballad as "the killer song of all time".
A whole new version of
"Beautiful Heart" (A Lenny Clerwall production)
Pete had the honor to be the first to record this beautiful song. Pete made this backing track at first in 2005 after he received the rough music from Lenny Clerwall.
From 128 kbps (made in 2005) now in 320 kbps.
Pete and Lenny finally met in Verden (Germany)
October 5th 2019
"The Elephant Song" is a song written by Roger Woddis, Gregor Frenkel-Frank and Hans van Hemert. It was recorded by the Australian Singer Kamahl in 1975, becoming a major hit song. The song become an anthem for the World Wildlife Fund.
Is a song from The Spotnicks released in 1962 from the Spotnicks album in London, Out-a space. Music / Text: José María Lacalle, Producer: Bo Winberg
Cover version of: Miguel Fleta - Amapola
"Go Your Own Way"
is a song by the British-American rock band Fleetwood Mac from their eleventh studio album Rumours (1977).
It was released as the album's first single in December 1976 on both sides of the Atlantic.
Written and sung by Lindsey Buckingham, it became the band's first top ten hit in the United States.
The album spawned three additional top ten singles, including the band's sole US number one hit, "Dreams".
Du (English: You)
Is a song by Peter Maffay,
which was the biggest German hit in early 70`s and brought Maffay instant fame.
The song was covered in 1986 by Dutch singer Andre Hazes as the title-track for his album Jij Bent Alles.
David Hasselhoff also covered the song in 1994, but failed to eclipse the success of both Maffay's
(Germany #43, Switzerland #41) and his own hit "Looking for Freedom"
(#1 in Germany and Switzerland). Both songs are on the album
Categories: German-language songs
"Green, Green Grass of Home", written by Claude "Curly" Putman Jr. and first recorded by singer Johnny Darrell, is a country song originally made popular by Porter Wagoner in 1965, when it reached No. 4 on the country chart. That same year, it was sung by Bobby Bare and by Jerry Lee Lewis, who included it his album Country Songs for City Folks (later re-issued as All Country). Tom Jones learned the song from Lewis' version, and in 1966, he had a worldwide No. 1 hit with it.
Shine silently is a song by Nils Lofgren. It appeared on a single in 1979 with Kool skool on the B side in the Netherlands, Belgium and many other countries. In the US it was called Baltimore. The song was released in 1979 on his regular album Nils; together it appeared on at least fifteen albums. The single reached the charts in the Netherlands and Belgium and was also in the Dutch Top 2000 for several years. It was covered in 1988 on a single by The Hollies who had no hit listing with it. Furthermore, a cover version of Ringo Starr was released in 1990 on his album Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band. This love song is an acoustic pop rock song. He wrote it with Dick Wagner.
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"Air on the G String" is August Wilhelmj's arrangement of the second movement in Johann Sebastian Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major. The arrangement differs from the original in that the part of the first violins is transposed down so that it can be played entirely on a violin's lowest string, i.e., the G string. It is played by a single violin (instead of by the first violins as a group). The original tune is from 1920 This cover is Produced, arranged and played by Pete Korving