In 1968, the band The Love Affair recorded the song Everlasting Love. Read the rest of this entry
Again a song produced by Phil Spector, and it’s a good example of his Wall of Sound technique. The song would be the first one to have a complete orchestra play the music! The Ronettes would record it in 1963, and for some it is seen as the inspiration for both the Beatles and the Beach Boys! Actually, Brian Wilson did say his Don’t Worry Baby was a male answer to this song. Later he would play the song several times live. The original song would do a staggering number 2 in the US, with over two million singles sold. Enjoy
The Ronettes- Be My Baby
Here is the new song of the day:
It’s an instrumental song, and I am almost sure that you know the man who made it.
The fact is, that he almost went bankrupt by making a castle for his show.
I’m talking about André Rieu! The song of today is called the Second Waltz, played by André Rieu and orchestra, live in Maastricht (The Netherlands, and André Rieu was born in Maastricht).
I absolutely love the way André Rieu plays, and I think he’s fantastic.
If you don’t like classical music so much, take a look at this: Conquest of Paradise, played by André Rieu. Absolutely fantastic. You could see the castle, too.
Tomorrow a new song, and it has to do with house…