Title: The Best Versions Of Summer Time
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1988 Summer Olympics Album: One Moment in Time (titled as just One Moment in Time for some releases) is a compilation album that was released to coincide with the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. The album features songs by some of the most popular artists at the time of the album's release, including the title track, "One Moment in Time" by Whitney Houston. Olympic Spirit" – John Williams.
The first time I wrote about The Beths Future Me Hates Me-which is already near the top of my own personal Best of the Year list-I zeroed in on one specific aspect of it: the album’s sense of melancholy. And while that’s undeniably present on the record-on the rip-roaring Uptown Girl, Elizabeth Stokes vows to drink the whole town dry -but what’s also present is a sense of elation. The notion of an album of recovery has been so calcified and shorthanded in music-journalist speak that it’s almost insulting to the very process of recovery. That’s something Lillie West, who records as Lala Lala, alluded to when we spoke to her recently. I feel like a lot of the press surrounding this record is like: bad things happened, she wrote the album, now it’s good, she said, And it’s like, ‘I am still really fuckin’ paranoid. Various Artists Two Niles to Sing a Melody: The Violins & Synths of Sudan.
The second album collaboration between trumpeter Miles Davis and arranger Gil Evans stands as a landmark in his prolific canon. This beautifully laid-back version of ‘Summertime’ is delivered by Davis on muted trumpet, set over a gently swinging and hypnotic accompaniment which is anchored by bassist Paul Chambers and drummer Jimmy Cobb. But probably the most well-known and extraordinary of the pop versions of ‘Summertime’ is by Janis Joplin and her band, Big Brother and Holding Company. With its extended psychedelic guitar introduction by Peter Albin, this version is drenched in the sound of the hippie counterculture of the late 1960s. And Joplin’s roaring vocals bring a whole new heartfelt dimension and anguish to the song.
10 Best Versions Of 'Last Christmas'. 12/11/2018 by Xavier Piedra. Now, the track just hit the Billboard Hot 100 Top 40 for the first time (on the chart dated Dec. 15). There are dozens of covers of "Last Christmas" from various artists over the past few decades. From the original Wham! version to Robyn's live performance, take a listen to the best versions below. The original version of Last Christmas by Wham! is a melancholy '80s bop that equally captures heartbreak and Christmas cheer . As a part of their three-track holiday rock album A GC Christmas, Pt. 1, Good Charlotte’s cover of Last Christmas is a definite standout. The band’s version of the song feels like an improved version of Jimmy Eat World’s, but both are amazing.
Simply the Best Seventies. Haynes Ultimate Guide to 70s. сборник. Summer Gold Rockin' on the Beach. Put the Top Down - Summer 70's. Epic Movie Themes of All Time. 2010 Re-Recorded, Remastered Versions. Music Inspired By That '70s Show. Songs From TV Commercials. 2009 Re-Recorded, Remastered Versions.
Album · 2012 · 36 Songs. 36. End of Time (Extended Polaris Mix). DJ Energy & Tatana.
In 2009, we asked a similar group of 100 experts to pick the best albums of the 2000s. From those results, Rolling Stone created this new list of the greatest albums of all time. He won over the hostile prisoners with definitive versions of his blues standards and his crossover hit The Thrill Is Gone. King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience.
Our guide to the best summer songs provides the essential playlist for your outdoor activities & fun in the su. Bring this playlist of the best summer songs of all time on all your warm-weather adventures this year.
The Best Christmas Albums of All Time. Best Song: "The Christmas Waltz". The most current album on our list is this 2011 release from the duo of actress/singer Zooey Deschanel & musician M. Ward. Their critically acclaimed set wins with simple, fresh arrangements and by remaining 100% free of hipster posturing. Mark our words-these versions of "Rocking Around The Christmas Tree" and "The Christmas Waltz" are destined to become yuletide standards for years to come. Various Artists, 'Christmas On Death Row' (1996). Best Song: The Dogg Pound "I Wish".
|1||–Bing Crosby||Summertime (Bing Crosby Version)||3:07|
|2||–Saxo||Summertime (Saxo Version)||2:22|
|3||–Billie Holiday||Summertime (Billie Holiday Version)||2:53|
|4||–Unknown Artist||Summertime (Broken Sax Version)||6:10|
|5||–Unknown Artist||Summertime (Whistled Version)||3:59|
|6||–Eddie Calvert||Summertime (Eddie Cavert Version)||2:35|
|7||–Unknown Artist||Summertime (Orchestra Version)||6:09|
|8||–Sidney Bechet||Summertime (Sidney Bechet Version)||4:07|
|9||–Fausto Papetti||Summertime (Fausto Papetti Version)||2:22|
|10||–Peggy Lee||Summertime (Peggy Lee Version)||3:31|
|11||–Sarah Vaughan||Summertime (Sarah Vaughan Version)||3:41|
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