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Bimbo Jet - El bimbo 1974 Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 by Rico
Bimbo Jet - El bimbo 1974 Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 by Rico Bimbo Jet was a French euro disco group led by Claude Morgan and Laurent Rossi, that gained international fame during the summers of 1974 and 1975 with the song "El Bimbo". Copy of Afghan legend singer Ahmad Zahir's "Tanha shodam tanha" "El Bimbo" is popular with street musicians and orchestral composers alike, with Paul Mauriat having capitalized well from his own instrumental arrangement in 1975. The song, in a tango arrangement, was also heard in four of the seven Police Academy films starting from the first film up until Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol as the tango song in The Blue Oyster gay bar scenes. The song "El Bimbo" is used as a theme song for a 1977 Soviet-made anti-war short film named "Polygon" directed by Anatoly Petrov and written by Sever Gansovsky. The lyrics for "El Bimbo" were written by Hal Shaper. Laurent Rossi is the son of another singer, Tino Rossi "El Bimbo" was released in France in June 1974 on the Pathe-Marconi record label, and in the UK in August 1975. The track went to #1 in France and #12 in the UK Singles Chart. It sold 1.3 million copies in France alone, and throughout the world over three million discs. As well as in France, the tune topped charts in Spain, Italy, Denmark, Turkey and Lebanon. In Argentina it was #2, and was a chart hit in Belgium, Switzerland, Mexico and the United States. The record reached #1 in the Billboard Disco Singles, #2 in the Hot Dance Club Play and #43 in the Hot 100 charts in the U.S. The group had another hit in mid-1975, particularly in France, with "La Balanga. Cover versions Greek singer Yiannis Parios had a hit cover version, in the Greek language "Pote Den Se Xehno" in the mid-1970s. Jan Kaczmarek (pl) and Jerzy Skoczylas (pl) covered the melody with the Polish text by the former, Do serca przytul psa. Finnish singer Marion Rung released an album titled El Bimbo in 1975, which had the song "El Bimbo" as its opening track, with lyrics translated by Pertti Reponen. The album was the best-selling album in Finland for five weeks in 1975. It has sold over 52 000 copies, reaching platinum status. El Bimbo is Marion's best-selling album throughout her career.
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Radetzky March Johann Strauss Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
Radetzky March Johann Strauss Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico Deze Is Speciaal voor jouw Anneke :) Johann Strauss I's "Radetzky March" arranged for the United States Marine Corps Band Radetzky March, Op. 228, is a march composed by Johann Strauss Sr. in 1848. It was dedicated to the Austrian Field Marshal Joseph Radetzky von Radetz, and became quite a popular march among soldiers. When it was first played, in front of Austrian officers in attendance, they promptly clapped and stomped their feet when they heard the chorus. This tradition is carried over today when the march is played in classical music venues in Vienna, among members of the audience who are familiar with the tradition. It is almost always played as the last piece of music at the Neujahrskonzert, the Vienna New Year Concert. Despite its military nature, its tone is more festive than martial. This is because the Field Marshal could have executed the son of Strauss who served in the army, but chose not to. The march is thus more of a piece by a thankful father to the savior of his son than a march about a military man. It is usually played in under three minutes. Radetzky March consists of three main parts: The introduction: The whole orchestra plays here and the brass section plays the melody. The first figure: This is played by the string section. At figure two, the whole orchestra plays until figure three when it repeats back to the D.S. (first figure.) The trio: This is played by the brass section and the trumpet plays three triplets in the last bars of the trio. Figure five: The whole orchestra plays here. Figure six: The whole orchestra plays here and then repeats back to figure 5. The orchestra plays on the last bar. They go back to the D.C. (beginning). They play until figure three; and the piece finishes with the Fine ("end") bar—i.e., the direction is Da capo al fine (repeat from beginning up to the word fine). The Swedish department store chain Åhléns traditionally played the Radetzky March on a loop beginning about ten minutes before closing time to remind customers to complete their selections and head for the tills. This has resulted in an almost Pavlovian reaction amongst a certain generation of Swedes to look about for an exit when they hear this piece played. Since 1899 it has been the official presentation march of the Chilean Army's Military School of the Liberator Bernardo O'Higgins. The 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards adopted the Radetzky March as its regimental quick march.
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Besame Mucho Klaus Wunderlich Bésame Mucho By Rico Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70
Besame Mucho Klaus Wunderlich Bésame Mucho by Rico Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 HI Guys I am STIl On vacation But i coulndt Resist To upload this and play this today Because this is one of my favorite songs I wil be answering all you emails when i have the time i wil be back in the first week of October and and i wil try to reply to you @ll on this song when ever i can Thank you all so much for your Support ! Friendly Greetings Rico Speak to you @ll SOON "Bésame Mucho" is a Spanish-language song written in 1940 by Mexican songwriter Consuelo Velázquez. According to Velázquez herself, she wrote this song even though she had never been kissed yet at the time, and kissing as she heard was considered a sin.[2][3] She was inspired by the piano piece "Quejas, o la Maja y el Ruiseñor" from the 1911 suite Goyescas by Spanish composer Enrique Granados, which he later also included as Aria of the Nightingale in his 1916 opera of the same name. There are slight differences in the wording at the end of the chorus, regarding the words perderte después meaning "to lose you afterwards". Considering that Velázquez may have been fifteen years old when she wrote the song, this sentence reflects inexperience and innocence. Indeed, a video from "TV Mexicana"[4] shows Consuelo Velázquez playing the piano while the singer sings perderte después. However, many interpretations use perderte otra vez ("lose you once again") instead of the original perderte después ("lose you afterwards"). This may have been modified to touch a more grown-up, experienced audience. An English-language version of the song was written by Sunny Skylar. The lyrics are different from the direct English translation of the original, but retain the Spanish Bésame mucho. "Bésame Mucho" is also known by translated names such as "Kiss Me Much," "Kiss Me a Lot," "Kiss Me Again and Again," "Embrasse-moi fort," "Stale Ma Bozkavaj," "Suutele minua", "Szeretlek én" and "Mara beboos". Emilio Tuero was the first to record the song, but the Lucho Gatica version made the song famous. Pedro Infante sang the song in English in his 1951 movie A Toda Maquina. The Beatles covered the song numerous times, both on stage and in the studio, including during their audition for Decca Records, their first EMI recording session and the Get Back sessions. A performance from the Get Back sessions was included in the documentary film Let It Be, while one from the EMI audition appeared on the Anthology 1 compilation. The Beatles sang their rendition of the song with English lyrics that do not correspond to the original Spanish lyrics. The Coasters released a version of the song that featured King Curtis on the saxophone.[5] Jimmy Dorsey recorded a version that became a Billboard #1 Hit in 1944. Jet Harris made an instrumental version (bass guitar) in 1962. Alejandro Fernández included the song in the live album Un Canto De México. In 1997, Luis Miguel recorded the song for the album Romances. The composition has been used in the soundtracks of numerous other films, including Great Expectations, Moon over Parador, Arizona Dream, Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears, The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear, In Good Company, Paid, Juno, Mona Lisa Smile, Mivtza Savta, Ljubav i drugi zločini, and Santa Sangre. Fastball's hit 1998 song "The Way" was inspired by "Bésame Mucho" and uses much of the same melody. In 2006, Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, famously recorded the song for his album Amore. In 2007, composer/arranger and jazz trombonist Steve Wiest was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement for his version of "Bésame Mucho" that was recorded by Maynard Ferguson on The One and Only Maynard Ferguson. In January 2010, at the 52nd Grammy Awards, Herb Alpert was nominated for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.
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La Playa Claude Ciari James Last Yamaha Tyros 5 By Rico
La Playa Claude Ciari James Last Yamaha Tyros 5 By Rico Tyros 5 Beguine Tempo 96 Drumkits Through Reg two times enabled Concert Guitar Life Strings Thanks to Maurice for Great video edit James Last (also known as "Hansi") (born Hans Last, 17 April 1929) is a German composer and big band leader. His "happy music" made his numerous albums best-sellers in Germany and the United Kingdom. His composition, "Happy Heart", became an international success in interpretations by Andy Williams and Petula Clark. According to the British Hit Singles & Albums book, he has reportedly sold in excess of seventy million albums worldwide.[1] French guitarist Claude Ciari has the rare distinction of being the first Caucasian to run for a seat in the upper house of the government of Japan. While he was not elected, he used the opportunity to publicly challenge what he felt was a stupid law for foreigners, a stance that only furthered his popularity in Japan. Ciari was born in Nice on the French Riviera in 1944. He started to play guitar when he was 11, and by 16 he was proficient enough to join a rock group, Les Champions, featuring himself on lead guitar along with Jean-Claude Chane (singer), Alain Santamaria (guitar), Daniel Kaufman (bass guitar), and Willy Lewis (drums). Les Champions, with a sound closer to the Jordanaires than the more popular instrumental groups of the era, recorded several singles, and even toured France with Gene Vincent in October 1962. Les Champions were not very original, and Ciari became frustrated when the band decided to become the support band for French singer Danyel Gerard.
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Tico Tico No Fuba Yamaha Tyros 5 & Roland G70 Klaus Wunderlich Style By Rico
Tico Tico No Fuba Yamaha Tyros 5 & Roland G70 Klaus Wunderlich Style By Rico Its New You Decide wich is better :) Thanks To Ronald Musicmaniac1965 For The Nice Video Edit :) Tico-Tico no Fubá is the title of a renowned Brazilian choro music piece composed by Zequinha de Abreu in 1917. Its original title was Tico-Tico no Farelo, but since Brazilian guitarist Américo Jacomino Canhoto (1889 -- 1928) had a work with the same title, Abreu's work was given its present name in 1931. Choro (literally translated meaning lament) is also popularly known as chorinho in the affectionate diminutive form of Brazilian Portuguese. "Fubá" is a type of maize flour, and "tico-tico" is the name of a bird, the rufous-collared sparrow (Zonotrichia capensis). Hence, "tico-tico no fubá" means "tico-tico in the cornmeal". The first recording of the work was made by Orquestra Colbaz (Columbia 22029, 1931). Tico-Tico no Fubá was recorded and made popular internationally by Carmen Miranda (who performed it onscreen in Copacabana (1947)) and Ray Conniff. Another well known recording was made by first lady of the organ, Miss Ethel Smith on the Hammond organ. A biographical movie by the same title was produced in 1952 by the Brazilian film studio Companhia Cinematográfica Vera Cruz with Anselmo Duarte playing the main role. The song was also featured in the "Aquarela do Brasil" segment of the Walt Disney film Saludos Amigos (1942) and in Woody Allen's Radio Days (1987). It was also featured in the MGM film Bathing Beauty (1943). The expression also features in the lyrics to the song O Pato made famous by João Gilberto. The great flamenco guitarist Paco De lucia performed Tico, tico in 1967 Watch Watch Paco De Lucia Tico tico guitar version
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ABBA I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 By Rico
ABBA I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 By Rico "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" was a hit single for Swedish pop group ABBA, and was their next major worldwide hit after "Waterloo". It was the second single to be released from their ABBA album, and one of the last songs to be recorded for the album. The song was written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and their manager Stig Anderson, and was released in April 1975 with "Rock Me" as the B-side. The song was recorded on 21 February 1975 at Glen Studio, and was inspired by the European "schlager" music of the 1950s, and also by the saxophone sound of American 1950s orchestra leader Billy Vaughn. The song's release came shortly after their previous single, "So Long", performed disappointingly in terms of charts and sales. After the release of "Waterloo", ABBA were having difficulty establishing themselves as an act with longevity. "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do", in many cases, put ABBA firmly back in the spotlight. With a rousing saxophone tune and homage to 1950s Schlager music, "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" became a significant improvement on the international charts, although it made little impact in Britain. The song's popularity was boosted, particularly in Australia, by the release of a promo clip shown on television. The song, presumably because of its title as much as the sentiment, is popular at weddings and featured in Muriel's Wedding when the -- ABBA-mad -- title character got married. This song was a sizeable hit in a number of countries. "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" was the song that sparked "ABBA-mania" in Australia, becoming ABBA's first chart-topper there. With "Mamma Mia" and "SOS" to follow, this gave the group a run of 14 consecutive weeks at the top of the Australian charts. "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" also topped the charts in France, New Zealand, Switzerland and South Africa and hit the Top 5 in Norway, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria and Rhodesia (all in 1975). The song also reached No.15 in the United States in early 1976. A notable exception to the song's success was in the UK, a market that ABBA was aiming to conquer, where the single stalled at No.38. Thus, the musical direction taken in the song was not used again for some time. This marked the only time that an ABBA song had more success in the United States than in Britain. Later in 1975, ABBA would find success in the UK with SOS, which would cement the group's success in Australia and elsewhere. On 5 December 2010 on a British poll of The Nations Favourite ABBA song, the song was placed at #23.
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Jermaine Jackson & Pia Zadora When the Rain Begins to Fall Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Jermaine Jackson & Pia Zadora When the Rain Begins to Fall Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico "When the Rain Begins to Fall" is a 1984 song written and composed by Peggy March, Michael Bradley, and Steve Wittmack, recorded by singers Jermaine Jackson and Pia Zadora, and released as a US single at the beginning of 1985. The song was performed in the movie Voyage of the Rock Aliens,[1] in which Zadora played a lead role. This track was more popular as a music video than a radio hit
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Conny Froboess  Zwei kleine Italiener Caterina Valente Yamaha Tyros 5 By Rico
Conny Froboess Zwei kleine Italiener Caterina Valente Yamaha Tyros 5 By Rico Cornelia Froboess (Wriezen, 28 oktober 1943), aan het begin van haar carrière allereerst ook bekend als Die kleine Cornelia en later als Conny, is een Duitse actrice en tieneridool uit de jaren vijftig en zestig. Froboess groeide op in Berlijn. Pack die Badehose ein, een liedje geschreven door haar vader, was in 1951 haar eerste hit.[1] In 1962 vertegenwoordigde ze Duitsland op het songfestival, ze werd er zesde met Zwei kleine Italiener. Het lied, onder muzikale begeleiding van het orkest van Horst Wende, werd een hit in heel Europa (onder andere #1 in Duitsland) en een eurovisie-evergreen. In haar latere carrière werd Froboess een gevierd actrice die meerdere prijzen won.[2] As Conny Froboess she had her first hit record in 1951, aged eight, with a song written by her father. "Pack die Badehose ein" (Pack your swimsuit") is a cheery tune about a group of children going swimming on a hot summer's day at Wannsee. The title of the song has become a set phrase and synonym for going swimming easily recognized even by speakers of German who have never heard of the song. In 1962, Froboess finished in sixth place at the Eurovision Song Contest, where she sang "Zwei kleine Italiener" (Two little Italians) for Germany. It sold over one million copies and was awarded a gold disc.[1] The same year she appeared as herself in Jean Renoir's comedy film The Elusive Corporal. Later, Froboess became a theatre and movie actress. In 1982, she appeared in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's film Veronika Voss. In 1988 she played Marthe Schwerdtlein in Goethe's Faust I, a performance that was also released as film: Faust -- Vom Himmel durch die Welt zur Hölle. In 1997 Froboess played the mother of the protagonist Martin Brest (Til Schweiger) in the film Knockin' on Heaven's Door. On stage, she appeared in Lessing's Minna von Barnhelm in 1976, staged by Dieter Dorn.[2] and played Ellida in Ibsen's The Lady from the Sea in 1990.[3] At the Salzburg Festival 2004, she played Mary Tyrone in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night.[4] The same year she played the title role in Bertolt Brecht's play Mother Courage and Her Children
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Solamente Una Vez You Belong To My Heart Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
Solamente Una Vez You Belong To My Heart Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico "You Belong to My Heart" is the name of an English language version of the Mexican Bolero song "Solamente una vez" which means "Only One Time". "Solamente una vez" was written and originally sung by the Mexican songwriter Agustín Lara. This original Spanish language version was very popular in Mexico and Cuba, and was recorded by many of the greatest Bolero musicians, including Benny Moré and Ignacio Piñeiro. Covers of You Belong to My Heart Bing Crosby and the Xavier Cugat orchestra released a version of the song by Decca Records as catalog number 23413. It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on May 24, 1945, and lasted 9 weeks on the chart, peaking at #4.[2] The Charlie Spivak orchestra released a version by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-1663. It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on May 17, 1945 and lasted 2 weeks on the chart, peaking at #9.[2] Elvis Presley, as part of the Million Dollar Quartet sung a shortened version of the song, mixing Agustín Lara's original Spanish lyrics and Ray Gilbert's English lyrics.[3] Andy Russell, Jerry Vale, and Engelbert Humperdinck all recorded versions mixing Agustín Lara's original Spanish lyrics and Ray Gilbert's English lyrics I am so happy with this song realy straight from my heart Hope you enjoy it ! And i am verry happy with the new keyboard setup thats because i just started but i needed to take a step to wich keyboard i needed to ditch Greetings Rico
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A Swingin' Safari Bert Kaempfert Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico
A Swingin' Safari Bert Kaempfert Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico I Try'd My best But This was not Planned because i had another version with better Drums but the dog was so funny i just couldnt resist to upload :))) "A Swingin' Safari" is an instrumental composed by Bert Kaempfert in 1962. It was recorded by Kaempfert on Polydor Records and released in the United States on Decca Records, but failed to chart. It was then recorded by Billy Vaughn that same year, and Vaughn's cover reached number 13 on the Billboard charts in the summer of 1962. The song features a distinctive main theme (reminiscent of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight") played on the tin whistle and a trumpet solo by Manfred "Fred" Moch. Kaempfert's original version served as the original theme music to the television game show The Match Game from 1962-1967. It is also featured as the main theme in the Swedish game show called Vi i femman, where two teams of fifth-graders compete against each other. The song was a title track of an LP consisting of orchestrations of the South African kwela style of penny-whistle music popular in the 1950s. The tune continues to be popular: being used in television advertisements for ING Direct in the UK, and as the rolling lap theme for the saloon stock car class in UK oval racing. It also features in the 2000 motion picture The Dish and over the end credits of the 2009 motion picture Mary and Max. It is also used in a 2010-11 "Become an Ex" anti-smoking PSA for the Ad Council. It was also used as the theme tune to the Blue Peter Royal Safari programme in 1971.
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Precious Wilson Eruption One Way Ticket Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
One Way Ticket To The Blues Eruption Precious Wilson Neil Sedaka Jack Keller Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Eruption was a popular disco, R&B and soul band in the 1970s and 1980s Silent Eruption was formed in 1974 in Britain. In 1975 they won the RCA Soul Search Contest, whilst their first single "Let Me Take You Back in Time" was released in 1976. Finding their success quickly drying out, lead singer Lindel Leslie left the group, and their backing singer Precious Wilson stepped forward to front the band. They went on the road in Germany where Frank Farian, the producer of Boney M., took notice of them. Farian signed the group with the Germany-based Hansa Records and the band supported Boney M. on tour. After a minor hit single with "Party Party", their cover of "I Can't Stand the Rain" from their first album (December 1977) was a hit, reaching #5 in the UK Singles Chart, and #18 in U.S. Billboard Hot 100. It was followed by their second album titled Leave a Light launched towards the end of 1978. The first single, "Leave A Light", off the album was not a big seller, but the second single, "One Way Ticket" (a cover of Neil Sedaka's song written by Jack Keller and Hank Hunter), restored them at the top of the charts (a UK #9 hit). Precious Wilson left the group in 1979 to pursue a solo career and was replaced by singer Kim Davis. The group enjoyed their third German Top 10 hit with "Go Johnnie Go" from the third album Fight Fight Fight, although this time, UK success eluded them. Shortly after, tragedy hit when Davis suffered a fatal brain hemorrhage. The band decided to continue and singer Jane Jochen stepped in. A new recording, a cover of Del Shannon's "Runaway" was released in December 1980, and peaked at #21 in the German charts. After a compilation album in the spring of 1981 and the single release of "You (You Are My Soul)" from Fight Fight Fight, the band signed to Ralph Siegel's Jupiter Records. By now, without the lead vocals of Precious Wilson, success was drastically diminishing, and their singles from 1981 to 1983, from their fourth album Our Way received little notice. In 1983 Kingsley, their drummer, left the group, and Andi Weekes Barbados joined the band and played the last two years and on the single "Where Do I Begin" b/w "Brokeaway". In 1985, the group disbanded. In 1994, Farian released the CD Eruption Gold, which featured seven Eruption titles (all were remixed), with the remaining thirteen tracks all Wilson solo tracks. In 1997, Wilson became the legal owner of the trademark, Eruption. She continues to tour promoting her solo projects, and also as Eruption with her new group, but none of the band's original members perform in the latest line-ups. Neil Sedaka (born March 13, 1939) is an American pop/rock singer, pianist, and composer. His career has spanned nearly 55 years, during which time he has sold millions of records as an artist and has written or co-written over 500 songs for himself and other artists, collaborating mostly with lyricists Howard Greenfield and Phil Cody. Boney M. was a vocal group created by German record producer Frank Farian. Originally based in West Germany, the four original members of the group's official line-up were Jamaican-born singers Liz Mitchell and Marcia Barrett, Maizie Williams from Montserrat and Bobby Farrell from Aruba. The group was formed in 1975 and achieved popularity during the disco era of the late 1970s.
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Tico Tico No Fuba By Rico Rico Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 Klaus Wunderlich Style
Tico Tico No Fuba By Rico Rico Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 Klaus Wunderlich Style Tico-Tico no Fubá is the title of a renowned Brazilian choro music piece composed by Zequinha de Abreu in 1917. Its original title was Tico-Tico no Farelo, but since Brazilian guitarist Américo Jacomino Canhoto (1889 -- 1928) had a work with the same title, Abreu's work was given its present name in 1931. Choro (literally translated meaning lament) is also popularly known as chorinho in the affectionate diminutive form of Brazilian Portuguese. "Fubá" is a type of maize flour, and "tico-tico" is the name of a bird, the rufous-collared sparrow (Zonotrichia capensis). Hence, "tico-tico no fubá" means "tico-tico in the cornmeal". The first recording of the work was made by Orquestra Colbaz (Columbia 22029, 1931). Tico-Tico no Fubá was recorded and made popular internationally by Carmen Miranda (who performed it onscreen in Copacabana (1947)) and Ray Conniff. Another well known recording was made by first lady of the organ, Miss Ethel Smith on the Hammond organ. A biographical movie by the same title was produced in 1952 by the Brazilian film studio Companhia Cinematográfica Vera Cruz with Anselmo Duarte playing the main role. The song was also featured in the "Aquarela do Brasil" segment of the Walt Disney film Saludos Amigos (1942) and in Woody Allen's Radio Days (1987). It was also featured in the MGM film Bathing Beauty (1943). The expression also features in the lyrics to the song O Pato made famous by João Gilberto. The great flamenco guitarist Paco De lucia performed Tico, tico in 1967 Watch Watch Paco De Lucia Tico tico guitar version
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Andrea Berg Ich werde lächeln wenn du gehst Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Andrea Berg Ich werde lächeln wenn du gehst Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Berg was born in Krefeld. As a child she would experiment with performing short sketches at carnivals and other celebrations. She later played with a band, and also worked backstage on stage set-up and drove the band's van. During this time she supported herself working as a nurse in the intensive care and oncology departments of a hospital. Berg's musical career began in 1992 when the producer Eugen Römer obtained a cassette of her performing. He was enthused by her voice, and within a week the first tracks had been recorded for her debut album Du bist frei ("You Are Free"), which contained the singles "Kilimandscharo" and "Schau mir noch mal ins Gesicht". Römer also produced her second album, Gefühle ("Feelings"), which proved her commercial breakthrough. The singles from the album, "Wenn du mich willst, dann küß mich doch" and "Einmal nur mit dir alleine sein", were hits. The album also featured one of her most popular songs, "Die Gefühle haben Schweigepflicht". In 1997, she released her third album, Träume lügen nicht ("Dreams Don't Lie"), which reached #71 on the German album charts. The first single, "Warum nur träumen", was a #1 hit on some radio playlists and stayed in the charts for 15 weeks. In summer 1998 the birth of her daughter Lena-Maria was followed by the release of the album Zwischen tausend Gefühlen ("Between a Thousand Feelings"), with twelve songs. The singles from this album were "Diese Nacht soll nie enden", "Insel der Nacht" and "Jenseits der Zärtlichkeit" (1999). The next album was Weil ich verliebt bin ("Because I'm in Love") in 1999, with the single "Vielleicht ein Traum zu viel". This reached #3 in the ZDF-Hitparade in November 1999. Berg also reached #3 in "Hits of the Year" in January 2000 and was #1 for several weeks in the German airplay charts. In October 2001, a best-of was released, featuring twelve of her most popular songs. The album went seven-times platinum[2] and was in the German top 100 albums chart for a record-breaking stay of over 336 weeks. 2.1 million copies have been sold. She has sometimes had as many as four releases in the German charts simultaneously. She won the ECHO award in the German-language Schlager category in 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2007. From 2002 to 2007, she won Germany's prestigious Goldene Stimmgabel six times consecutively, as well as the Amadeus Austrian Music Award for best Schlager album in 2004 and 2005. Her CD Nah am Feuer went gold.[3] The 2006 album Splitternackt ("Stark Naked") went straight to #1 in Germany and remained there for several weeks. The hit "Du hast mich tausendmal belogen" reached #2 in the GEMA chart of collected international sales. Berg is known not only for her music but also increasingly for her stage outfits. She favours short miniskirts, suspenders, and knee-highs. She has been quoted (in the Neue Post) as saying "When you reach 40 you do have to make an effort to keep the men looking in your direction". ("Wenn man auf die 40 zugeht, muss man sich eben anstrengen, damit die Männer einem noch hinterherschauen.") From 2002 to 2004, Berg was married to the schlager singer Olaf Henning. In 2007 she married Ulrich Ferber, a sports agent and hotelier. They currently live together with her daughter in Aspach, Baden-Württemberg. Her new album, released October 2010, Schwerelos received platinum[4] after 6 days. It went straight to No. 1 in Germany and Austria.
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John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John You're the One That I Want Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 by Rico
John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John Grease - You're the One That I Want Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 by Rico http://www.tmfonline.com/catalogue/mi... "You're the One That I Want" is a song written by John Farrar for the 1978 film version of the musical Grease. It was performed by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. It is one of the best-selling singles of all time, having sold over 3 million copies among the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and France alone, with estimates of more than 15 million copies sold overall. Upon its release in conjunction with the film (and its status as a potential blockbuster worldwide), the single became a huge international hit, reaching number 1 in several countries. In the U.S. the single reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for one week in June 1978,[6] and was certified Platinum for shipments exceeding 2 million copies.[7] It also topped the UK Singles Chart for nine weeks in the summer of 1978, some months before the film had even been released in that country.[8] As of 2013, it is still the fifth best-selling single of all time in the U.K., where it has sold 2 million copGrease is a 1978 American musical romantic comedy film directed by Randal Kleiser and produced by Paramount Pictures.[3] The film is an adaptation of Warren Casey and Jim Jacobs' 1971 musical of the same name about two lovers in a 1950s high school. The film stars John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing, and Jeff Conaway. Released on June 16, 1978, the film was successful both critically and financially at the box office, becoming the highest grossing film of the year. In the United States, the film still remains the highest-grossing movie musical of all time.[4] Its soundtrack album ended 1978 as the second-best selling album of the year in the U.S., behind the soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever, another film starring Travolta.[5] The soundtrack is also the second best-selling album ever released and top-selling soundtrack in history.[6] The film was nominated for one Academy Award for Best Original Song. A sequel, Grease 2, was released in 1982, featuring few cast members reprising their roles. ies.
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ABBA Hasta Manana Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
ABBA Hasta Manana Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico Hasta Mañana, which originally was titled "Who's Gonna Love You?", is the fourth track on Swedish pop group ABBA's second studio album Waterloo. Initially thinking "Waterloo" was too risky, their second choice of song was the ballad "Hasta Mañana", as they thought it was more in style with the previous Eurovision Song Contest winners. They decided on "Waterloo", primarily because it had Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad sharing lead vocals, whereas "Hasta Mañana" had Fältskog as the sole lead vocalist, and the group believed that this would give the wrong impression of the group to the world. In Australia, "Hasta Mañana" was later used as a B-side on the "So Long" single (which never charted). After being featured in the immensely popular The Best of ABBA TV Special, broadcast in March 1976, the song became a Top 20 hit in Australia and Top 10 hit in New Zealand.
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Vaya Con Dios Nah Neh Nah Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Vaya Con Dios Nah Neh Nah Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico http://www.tmfonline.com/catalogue/midi/detailed/14188/ Only Bass Rhythm and Guitar Alleen Bass Ritme En Guitaar "Nah neh nah" is een single van Vaya Con Dios uit 1990 en opvolger van hun nummer 1 hit "What's a Woman". Het nummer is de tweede single afkomstig van hun tweede studioalbum Night Owls. De single bevatte naast de titelnummer het liedje "Pack your memories" "Nah Neh Nah" is a song by Belgian band Vaya Con Dios. It was released in 1990 as the first single from the band's second studio album, Night Owls. The music video consists of one single take. The song has been covered by Italian DJ Rico Bernasconi in 2010, and by German house duo Milk & Sugar in 2011. Vaya Con Dios (Spanish for "Go with God") was a Belgian music act, that stood out for its mixing of styles, as well as the distinctive voice of its lead singer Dani Klein. It was one of the most successful Belgian music acts ever, having sold more than 7 million albums and more than 3 million singles.[1] It was founded in 1986, but since 1991 Vaya Con Dios was for the most part a one woman band, centered on singer, lyricist, band leader and (co-)producer Dani Klein, reinforced by an ever changing selection of musicians. As of 2014, Dani Klein was performing her last international tour under the Vaya Con Dios formula. Vaya Con Dios officially stopped with their last concert on Saturday 25 October 2014, in Vorst Nationaal.
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Richard Clayderman Ballade Pour Adeline Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico
Richard Clayderman Ballade Pour Adeline Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico Clayderman werd al heel jong geleerd piano te spelen door zijn vader, die zelf pianoleraar was. Toen hij twaalf jaar was, werd hij toegelaten tot het Parijse conservatorium. Financiële problemen, mede veroorzaakt door de ziekte van zijn vader, zetten een punt achter zijn carrière als veelbelovend klassiek pianist. Om in zijn levensonderhoud te voorzien, vond hij werk als bankklerk en begeleider van hedendaagse bandjes. Hij begeleidde bekende Franse zangers als Johnny Hallyday, Thierry Le Luron en Michel Sardou. Ballade pour Adeline In 1976 werd hij uitgenodigd door Olivier Toussaint, een Frans producer en zijn partner Paul de Senneville om een mooie pianoballade op te nemen. Paul de Senneville had deze ballade gecomponeerd als een ode aan zijn nieuwe dochter "Adeline". De 23 jaar oude Philippe Pagès deed auditie tezamen met twintig andere pianisten en verwierf de opdracht. "Hij was een interessante musicus met een zachte touch en een goede techniek", zei Toussaint. "En hij ziet er ook goed uit". Philippe Pagès' naam werd veranderd in Richard Clayderman (hij nam de naam van zijn overgrootmoeder aan, om te voorkomen dat zijn naam buiten Frankrijk foutief zou worden uitgesproken), en de single werd geproduceerd. Er werden 22 miljoen kopieën van gemaakt verspreid over 38 landen. De titel werd "Ballade pour Adeline". Succes Clayderman heeft meer dan 1200 melodieën opgenomen en creëerde een nieuwe romantische stijl met een repertoire dat een combinatie was van zijn eigen handelsmerk met klassieke en popmuziek. Hij heeft wereldwijd zo'n 70 miljoen platen verkocht en 267 gouden en 70 platina platen gehaald. Hij is populair en geliefd in Azië en staat in het Guinness Book of World Records als de meest succesvolle pianist ter wereld". Clayderman woont in Normandië met zijn vrouw Christine, zoon Peter, en dochter Maud "Ballade pour Adeline" (French for "Ballad for Adeline") is a 1976 instrumental composed by Paul de Senneville and Olivier Toussaint. Paul de Senneville composed the piece as a tribute to his newborn daughter, Adeline. The first recording was by Richard Clayderman and world-wide sales now have reached 22 million copies in 38 countries. This ballade was also played as the theme piece of a Filipino program on the GMA Network from 1980 to 1996 Lovingly Yours, Helen, hosted by the late Helen Vela, and is featured in the final scene of Gayniggers from Outer Space. The French trumpeter Jean-Claude Borelly recorded his version in the early 80's which used the same instrumental backing track as the original recording. Richard Clayderman performed a duet of the track with guitarist Francis Goya in 1999, and was released on their studio album, 'Together'. Again this recording used the original backing track. A new version of this piece was released on the Richard Clayderman studio album 'A Thousand Winds' in 2007 to celebrate 30 years since the original release of 'Ballade Pour Adeline'. Richard was accompanied by a new string arrangement by Olivier Toussaint. Ballade pour Adeline was used as the demo song for the Casio CT-650, a keyboard manufactured by Casio in 1989
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Lucky Day Sasha Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 By Rico Frans Duijts Blijf vannacht bij mij
Lucky Day Sasha Yamaha Tyros 4 And Roland G70 By Rico Frans Duijts Blijf vannacht bij mij Sascha Schmitz (born 5 January 1972), better known under his stage name Sasha, is a German singer-songwriter, musician and occasional actor. From 2003 until 2005 he performed under his alter ego Dick Brave. Schmitz is the elder of two children born to cook Fritz Schmitz, a former Bundeswehr soldier, and his wife Ramona, a nursery nurse. Raised in a Christian home alongside his younger brother Norman (born 1976), Schmitz spent his childhood in Soest, North Rhine-Westphalia, following his parents' divorce. His early musical interest grew when he started his first school band, called Bad to the Bone, which "was exactly as bad as the name suggests," he later stated.[1] Schmitz's first professional band was called Junk Food and modelled on bands such as Nirvana and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.[1] Although the band was never offered a recording contract, they played live all over their area, resulting into occasional busking sessions with his friend Benedict, with whom he also performed as the Hin und Hair Schmitz duo.[1] In 1992, Junk Food won a local talent contest which entitled them to record demo tapes at the Click Music Studios in Werl with producers Michael "Grant Michael B." Kersting and Stephan "Pomez Di Lorenzo" Baader. While the band broke up shortly thereafter, Grant and Di Lorenzo recognized his singing talents and hired Schmitz as a backing vocalist for several of their projects.[ During the following years, Schmitz earned his money as a background singer for several artists, including virtual euro-dance projects H.I.M and Sir Prize, whose singles "Lookin' Out 4 Luv" and "Don't Go Away" were released in German-speaking Europe, but led to short promotional tours in Tunisia. His contribution to German rapper Der Wolf`s debut single "Gibt's Doch Gar Nicht" however, scored him his first uncredited appearance on the German and Swiss Singles Charts in early 1997.[4] Soon thereafter, Sasha was consulted to sing on "Walk on By," the debut single female rapper Young Deenay. The song became a top ten hit in Central Europe and resulted into a second collaboration, entitled "Wanna Be Your Lover," on which he received his first credited solo part and filmed a music video for.[5] In 1998, Schmitz signed a solo contract with Warner Music. He worked with Grant, Di Lorenzo and Pete Smith on the majority of his debut album Dedicated to..., whose reggae-influenced debut single "I'm Still Waitin'" saw him re-teaming with Deenay and reached the top twenty of the charts in summer 1998.[6] The track was followed by "If You Believe," which would become his highest-charting single to date and reached the top five in Austria, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland, receiving one platinum and four gold discs.[7] A "blend of romantic ballads and quicker funk- and reggae-inspired tracks," according to Billboard, the album was eventually released in fall 1998 and sold more than 400,000 copies in Germany alone.[8] With "We Can Leave the World" and "I Feel Lonely" the album spawned two further top ten hits, which Schmitz performed on a tour between September and October 1999.[8] The following two years he was awarded several international prizes such as a Bambi, a Comet, an ECHO, and the Goldene Europa, the Goldene Kamera and became the first German singer to be nominated for Best Male Act International at MTV Europe Music Awards. In May 2000, Schmitz released his second album ...You throughout Central Europe. Although neither its leading single "Let Me Be the One," nor follow-up singles "Chemical Reaction" and "Owner of My Heart" managed to reach the top ten on the charts, ...You debuted within the top five of the albums charts in Austria, Germany and Switzerland, receiving a gold certification by the Austrian and the German leg of the IFPI.[9] Surfin' on a Backbeat, Schmitz's third album was released in October 2001. It reached the top ten of the albums charts in Germany, but charted significantly lower than its predecessors throughout the rest of Europe, reaching the top forty in Switzerland only.[9] It was cerified gold by the German lef of the IFPI for more than 200,000 sold copies.[9] A reissue of the album, containing two previously unreleased tracks, was released in July 2002 and produced the 2002 FIFA World Cup television theme "This Is My Time."[9
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Connie Francis Everybody's Somebody's Fool Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Connie Francis Everybody's Somebody's Fool Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Everybody's Somebody's Fool is a song written by Jack Keller and Howard Greenfield that was a No. 1 hit for Connie Francis in 1960. A polka-style version in German, "Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel", was the first German single recorded and released by Connie Francis, and it reached No. 1 on the single chart in 1960 in West Germany. "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" was written as a bluesy ballad, and the song was recorded at Olmstead Studios (NYC) during the 1960 recording session when Francis cut the song with the Joe Sherman Orchestra. The arrangement performed by Connie Francis is noted for its organ introduction. The song originally recorded by Connie Francis entitled "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" is often confused with an earlier song of the same title written by Ace Adams and Regina Adams, Jimmy Scott re-wrote part of the song but never got credit instead Gladys Hampton put her name on it. Originally first recorded by Little Jimmy Scott December 1949 and was a 1950 hit record with the Lionel Hampton Orchestra. The song also has been recorded by LaVern Baker, Red Garland, Michael Jackson, Jan & Dean, Etta James, the Heartbeats (No. 78/ 1957), Clyde McPhatter, Arthur Prysock, Jimmy Scott recorded several more times in his career, Kay Starr, Dakota Staton, Betty Carter, Nancy Wilson and Dinah Washington In the US, "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" was intended to serve as the B-side for the track "Jealous of You (Tango Della Gelosia)", which like Francis's precedent A-side hit "Mama" was a ballad of Italian origin. However, most American radio stations preferred to play "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" and, while "Jealous of You" did reach No. 19, "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 27 June 1960 and remained there the following week. The first of Francis's three US No. 1's, "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" was also ranked on the R&B chart at No. 2 and was the only one of Francis's major hits to cross over to the C&W charts where it peaked at No. 24. A No. 5 hit in the UK, "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" was No. 1 in Australia for three weeks in July 1960 and in South Africa ranked as the No. 15 hit for that year.[1] "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" was also No. 1 in Norway for eight weeks. Die Liebe ist ein seltsames Spiel Who's Sorry Now
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Hello Mary Lou Ricky Nelson Writer Gene Pitney Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
Hello Mary Lou Ricky Nelson Writer Gene Pitney Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico "Hello Mary Lou" is a song written by U.S. singer Gene Pitney and Father Cayet Mangiaracina, first performed by Johnny Duncan in 1960, and later by Ricky Nelson in 1961. Nelson's version, issued as the B-side of his No. 1 hit "Travelin' Man", (Imperial 5741), reached No. 9 on the Billboard music charts on May 28, 1961. In the United Kingdom, where it was released as an A-side (with Dorsey Burnette's "It's Late" as the B-side), it reached No. 2. In was also a hit in much of Europe, particularly Norway, where it spent 14 weeks at No. 1. The song features an influential guitar solo by James Burton, often cited by later guitarists such as Brian May. Piano was by Ray Johnson, who had succeeded Gene Garf as Nelson's regular session pianist in November 1959. The song appears on Nelson's sixth album Rick Is 21. The Seekers on their 1968 live album The Seekers Live at the Talk of the Town. Led Zeppelin, as part of the "Whole Lotta Love" medley on their How the West Was Won live triple album (recorded 1972, released 2003) Creedence Clearwater Revival's last album Mardi Gras (1972) Fumble on their first album Fumble New Riders of the Purple Sage's 1972 album Powerglide The Statler Brothers' Pardners in Rhyme (1985) Queen played the song on their 1986 Magic Tour and can be heard on the live album Live at Wembley (1986) Bobby Lewis remade the song in 1970, reaching the US Country Top 15. This singer should not be confused with the "Tossin' And Turnin'" artist. It has also been recorded in French by Petula Clark (as "Bye Bye Mon Amour") and it was also covered by LMP on their album A Century of Song as their selection for 1961. Eric Hilliard (Ricky) Nelson (Teaneck (New Jersey), 8 mei 1940 - De Kalb (Texas), 31 december 1985) was een Amerikaans zanger. Als kind trad hij op in de televisieserie "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" van zijn ouders. Zijn vader, Ozzie Nelson, was orkestleider en zijn moeder, Harriet Hilliard, zangeres. Het paar was succesvol sinds de hit "Dream a little dream of me" in 1931. Hun zoon is één van de eerste tienersterren in Amerika. In 1957 nam hij zijn eerste plaat op, een cover van "I'm walkin'" van Fats Domino. In de jaren erna werd hij bijzonder populair: in eind jaren '50 - begin jaren '60 verkocht alleen Elvis Presley in de Verenigde Staten meer platen. Bekende hits van hem zijn "Hello Mary Lou", "Travelin' Man" en "Poor Little Fool". Ricky Nelson werkte ook als acteur. In 1959 vertolkte hij een hoofdrol in de film "Rio Bravo" met John Wayne en Dean Martin. In de jaren '60 bleven successen uit. Hij veranderde van muziekstijl en ging van de rock 'n roll meer de countrykant op. Zijn fans waardeerden dit maar matig. Nelson schreef over hun onwil hem nieuw repertoire te gunnen het lied "Garden Party" (1972), dat prompt een hit werd. Twee jaar later volgde nog een bescheiden succes met Windfall. In de jaren zeventig en '80 raakte hij toch in vergetelheid, tot hij in 1985 met veel succes meedeed aan een serie golden oldie-concerten in Engeland. Dit leidde tot een soortgelijke tour door het zuiden van de Verenigde Staten. Tijdens deze tour kwam hij, op oudejaarsdag van 1985, bij een vliegtuigongeluk in Texas, op 45-jarige leeftijd om het leven. De tweelingzonen van Ricky Nelson, Gunnar en Matthew, vormden later de popgroep Nelson, die in 1990 een nummer 1-hit had in Amerika: (can't live without your) love and affection. Zijn dochter, Tracy Nelson, speelde mee in de serie Father Dowling Mysteries.
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Flotte Finger Original Oberkrainer Sextett Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Flotte Finger Original Oberkrainer Sextett Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Video Edit By Maurice, Morelke's Studio (Morelke) ! Slavko Avsenik (* 26. November 1929 in Begunje, Königreich Jugoslawien; † 2. Juli 2015 in Begunje, Slowenien) war ein slowenischer Komponist und Akkordeonist. Slavko Avsenik war zunächst Skispringer und als solcher Mitglied der damaligen Nationalmannschaft Jugoslawiens. Das Spielen auf dem Pianoakkordeon und der Steirischen Harmonika brachte er sich während seiner Militärzeit selbst bei. 1953 begann er im Trio Avsenik mit einem Gitarristen (Mitja Butara) und Bassisten (Borut Finzgar). Gasthaus Pri Joževcu in Begunje, in dem wöchentlich Auftritte bekannter Oberkrainergruppen stattfinden Slavko Avsenik gründete zusammen mit seinem Bruder Vilko Ovsenik die Musikgruppe Gorenjski Kvintet, die als Slavko Avsenik und seine Original Oberkrainer („Original Oberkrainer Quintett“) international bekannt wurde und mehr als 36 Millionen Tonträger verkaufte. Auch sind sie die Erfinder des „Oberkrainer Sounds“, der auch heute noch von einer Vielzahl von Musikgruppen gespielt wird. In der Regel besteht eine Oberkrainer Besetzung aus Akkordeon, Baritonhorn oder Kontrabass (Bass), Gitarre (Rhythmus), Klarinette, Trompete und natürlich aus ein- oder mehrstimmigem Gesang. Für einige Aufnahmen wurden auch Mundharmonika oder eine zweite oder sogar dritte Klarinette verwendet. Zusätzlich gibt es Alben mit Streichorchester und auch Blasmusik. Obwohl der Oberkrainerstil Ähnlichkeiten mit der Ländlermusik aufweist, wurde er anfänglich keineswegs dieser zugeordnet. Er entspricht auch nicht der slowenischen Volksmusik. Vorwiegend werden 4/8-Polkas, Walzer sowie Märsche gespielt und natürlich auch Ländler mit typischer 4-Takt-Einleitung, wie z. B. der Bauern-Ländler. Eine Neuerung brachte dieser Stil jedoch auch damit, dass die Harmonik vieler Lieder sehr modern war und in die Jazzharmonik geht. In fast jedem der Lieder sind Jazzelemente, wie Sextakkorde oder Sekundärdominanten (zumeist von der zweiten Stufe) zu finden. Diese Neuerung, vor allem in der Begleitung, ist wohl dem Gitarristen des Ensembles Leo Ponikvar zuzuschreiben, der vor seiner Zeit bei Avsenik als Jazzmusiker aktiv war und somit über das erforderliche Wissen verfügte. Der größte Erfolgstitel von Slavko Avsenik ist das Trompeten-Echo (1954), das in der populären Aufnahme (veröffentlicht 1955) von einem Quartett (ohne Gitarre) eingespielt wurde und das sich zum Evergreen der volkstümlichen Musik entwickelte, sowie seither in zahlreichen Versionen (Blasorchester, a cappella etc.) aufgenommen wurde. Einem breiten Publikum wurde diese Komposition erst mit Hilfe von Fred Rauch bekannt, der zufällig den Titel in Radio Klagenfurt gehört hatte. In den 1970er Jahren war es die Erkennungsmelodie der ZDF-Sendung Lustige Musikanten und der monatlichen Hörfunksendung Wettstreit nach Noten des Deutschlandfunks. Auch für die ORF-Sendung Musikantenstadl wurde das Trompetenecho das Titellied. Weitere Erfolgstitel sind Auf der Autobahn, Slowenischer Bauerntanz und Es ist so schön, ein Musikant zu sein, sowie Planica, Planica, ein Song, der jedes Jahr wieder zu den Skiflug-Wettbewerben an der Letalnica-Schanze gespielt wird. 1992 übergab Avsenik seine Lieder vor allem an das Ensemble Gašperji (im Oktober 2009 in Kranjci umbenannt), welches er unter der Bezeichnung „Die Jungen Original Oberkrainer“ offiziell zum Nachfolge-Ensemble seiner Original Oberkrainer ernannte. Die meisten der langjährigen Mitglieder sind inzwischen verstorben: Der Trompeter Franc Košir (1930–1991), der Gitarrist Leo Ponikvar (1917–1992), der Klarinettist Albin Rudan (1933–2009) und der Baritonist und Bassist Mik Soss (1929–2004) leben nicht mehr. Avseniks Sohn Slavko Avsenik Jr. zeichnet für die Arrangements vieler Stücke der Band Laibach verantwortlich.[2] Sein Enkel Saso Avsenik gründete 2009 in Begunje zusammen mit sechs weiteren Musikern eine eigene Gruppe im Stil der Original Oberkrainer und feiert damit ebenfalls Erfolge; unter anderem trat er auch im Musikantenstadl auf.
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Jackie Wilson - Reet petite On Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Jackie Wilson - Reet petite On Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Maurice Thanks for the Dancing Girls :) Jack Leroy "Jackie" Wilson, Jr. (June 9, 1934 – January 21, 1984) was an American singer and performer. Known as "Mr. Excitement", Wilson was important in the transition of rhythm and blues into soul. He was considered a master showman, and one of the most dynamic and influential singers and performers in R&B and rock n' roll history.[1][2] Gaining fame in his early years as a member of the R&B vocal group Billy Ward and His Dominoes, he went solo in 1957 and recorded over 50 hit singles that spanned R&B, pop, soul, doo-wop and easy listening. During a 1975 benefit concert, he collapsed on stage from a heart attack and subsequently fell into a coma that persisted for nearly nine years until his death in 1984, at the age of 49. By this time, he had become one of the most influential artists of his generation. A two-time Grammy Hall of Fame Inductee, Wilson was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1987.[3] In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Jackie Wilson #69 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time The song was written by Berry Gordy and Wilson's cousin Roquel "Billy" Davis[1] (though credited under his pseudonym Tyran Carlo on the record) and produced by Dick Jacobs, and its title was taken from the Louis Jordan song "Reet, Petite and Gone". It was Jackie Wilson's first recording as a solo artist. The song peaked at #62 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 1957 and reached #6 on the UK Singles Chart. With the success of the song, Gordy was able to fund the launch of Motown Records.[2] The song was reissued in 1986 following the showing of a clay animation video on the BBC Two documentary series Arena.[3] The video was directed by Giblets, a London-based animation studio. The reissued version proved so popular that in December 1986, almost three years after Wilson's death, the song became a No. 1 in the UK for four weeks, some 29 years after its chart debut.[4] This was the record for the longest time between a song's debut on the chart and it reaching number one, until it was overtaken by Tony Christie's "(Is This the Way to) Amarillo" in 2005 "Reet Petite (The Sweetest Girl in de stad)" (oorspronkelijke ondertitel: The Finest Girl You Ever Wanna Meet) is een lied populair gemaakt door Jackie Wilson . It was his first solo hit after leaving the legendary R&B group The Dominoes and, over the years, has become one of his biggest international chart successes. Het was zijn eerste solo-hit na het verlaten van de legendarische R & B groep The Dominoes en in de loop der jaren is uitgegroeid tot een van zijn grootste internationale chart successen. Geschreven door Berry Gordy en Tyran Carlo, een pseudoniem van Jackie's neef Billy Davis, [1] en geproduceerd door Dick Jacobs , het lied is een van de klassiekers van de rock and roll muziek. Taking the title from the Louis Jordan song "Reet, Petite and Gone", this was Jackie Wilson's first recording as a solo artist. Gezien de titel van het Louis Jordan song "Reet, Petite and Gone", dit was de eerste opname van Jackie Wilson's als solo artiest. The song peaked at #62 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 1957 and reached #6 on the UK singles chart . Het nummer piekte op # 62 op de Billboard Hot 100 in september 1957 en bereikte # 6 op de Britse singles chart . With the success of the song, Gordy was able to fund the launch of Motown Records . Met het succes van het lied, Gordy was in staat om de lancering van de financiering van Motown Records . The song was reissued in 1986 following the showing of a clay animation video on the BBC Two documentary series // Arena //. [ 2 ] Het lied werd opnieuw uitgegeven in 1986 naar aanleiding van de vertoning van een klei-animatie video op de BBC Two documentaire serie / / Arena / /. [2] Cover of the 1986 UK reissue on SMP showing figures from the clay animation video Cover van de 1986 Britse heruitgave van SMP met cijfers van de klei animatie video The reissued version proved so popular that in December 1986, almost three years after Wilson's death, the song became a #1 in the UK for four weeks. Het opnieuw uitgegeven versie bleek zo populair dat in december 1986, bijna drie jaar na de dood van Wilson, het nummer een nummer 1 werd in het Verenigd Koninkrijk gedurende vier weken. This held the record for the longest time between a song's debut on the chart and it finally reaching number one (29 years, 1 month, 11 days) until it was overtaken by Tony Christie 's " (Is This the Way to) Amarillo " in 2005 . Dit hield het record voor de langste tijd tussen het debuut van een nummer op de kaart en het uiteindelijk bereiken van nummer een (29 jaar, 1 maand, 11 dagen) totdat het werd overgenomen door Tony Christie 's " (Is dit de manier om) Amarillo " in 2005 .
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I Found My Love in Portofino Dalida / Andrea Bocelli Yamaha Genos Roland G70 By Rico
I Found My Love in Portofino Dalida / Andrea Bocelli Yamaha Genos Roland G70 By Rico Iolanda Cristina Gigliotti (Italian: [joˈlanda krisˈtina dʒiʎˈʎɔtti]; 17 January 1933 – 3 May 1987), better known as Dalida (Egyptian Arabic: داليدا‎), was a French singer and actress. She spent most of her career in France and acquired French citizenship in 1961 upon her marriage, while maintaining her original dual Egyptian-Italian citizenship. She won the Miss Egypt beauty contest in 1954. She performed and recorded in ten languages (French, Italian, German, Spanish, English, Egyptian and Levantine Arabic, Japanese, Hebrew, Dutch and Greek). She was twice honoured with the “Oscar mondial du succès du disque” (World Oscar of Recording Success), and she is the only singer to have won this award more than once. In Europe she popularized musical genres like the twist (as dance), pop, disco, reggae, and the raï. Her 30-year career began in 1956 and ended with her last album in 1986, half a year before her death, while continuing to hold concerts until her last days. Her suicide led to an iconic image as a tragic diva and renowned singer. She received more than 90 gold records and was the first singer to receive platinum and diamond discs. She has sold 170 million albums and singles worldwide Andrea Bocelli, OMRI, OMDSM (Italian pronunciation: [anˈdrɛːa boˈtʃɛlli]; born 22 September 1958) is an Italian singer, songwriter and record producer.[1][2] Born with poor eyesight, Bocelli became completely blind at the age of 12, following a football accident. Bocelli has recorded fifteen solo studio albums, of both pop and classical music, three greatest hits albums, and nine complete operas, selling over 80 million records worldwide.[3][4] He has had success as a crossover performer bringing classical music to the top of international pop charts.[1][5][6] In 1998, Bocelli was named one of People's 50 Most Beautiful People.[7] In 1999, Bocelli was nominated for Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards. "The Prayer", his duet with Celine Dion for the animated film Quest for Camelot, won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song and was nominated for an Academy Award in the same category.[1] With the release of his classical album, Sacred Arias, Bocelli captured a listing in the Guinness Book of World Records, as he simultaneously held the top three positions on the US Classical Albums charts.[1] Seven of his albums have since reached the top 10 on the Billboard 200,[8] and a record-setting ten have topped the classical crossover albums charts in the United States.[9] With five million units sold worldwide,[10] Sacred Arias became the biggest-selling classical crossover album by a solo artist of all time,[1] and with over twenty million copies sold worldwide,[10][11] his 1997 pop album Romanza became the best-selling album by an Italian artist of any genre in history,[10] as well as the best-selling album by a foreign artist in Canada[12][13][14] and a number of countries in Europe and Latin America.[1] The album's first single, "Time to Say Goodbye", was a duet with Sarah Brightman that topped charts across Europe, including Germany, where it stayed at the top of the charts for fourteen consecutive weeks, breaking the all-time sales record, with over three million copies sold in the country.[1] The single went on to sell over twelve million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling singles of all time.[11][15][16] Bocelli was made a Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Italian Republic in 2006 and, on 2 March 2010, was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contribution to Live Theater. Portofino (Italian pronunciation: [ˌpɔrtoˈfiːno]; Ligurian: Portofin) is an Italian fishing village and holiday resort famous for its picturesque harbour and historical association with celebrity and artistic visitors. It is a comune located in the Metropolitan City of Genoa on the Italian Riviera. The town is clustered around its small harbour, and is known for the colourfully painted buildings that line the shore Pliny the Elder (AD 23 – AD 79) referred to Portus Delphini (Port of the Dolphin) as on the Ligurian coast between Genoa and the Gulf of Tigullio (it).[7] The village is mentioned in a diploma from 986 by Adelaide of Italy, which assigned it to the nearby Abbey of San Fruttuoso di Capodimonte. In 1171, together with the neighbouring Santa Margherita Ligure, it was included in Rapallo's commune jurisdiction. After 1229 it was part of the Republic of Genoa. The town's natural harbour supported a fleet of fishing boats, but was somewhat too cramped to provide more than a temporary safe haven for the growing merchant marine of the Republic of Genoa.
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Après Toi / Come what May - Vicky Leandros - Eurovision 1972 Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Apres Toi / Come what May - Vicky Leandros - Eurovision 1972 Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico http://www.tmfonline.com/catalogue/midi/detailed/16055/ "Après toi" (French for "After you") was the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1972 performed in French by Greek singer Vicky Leandros, representing Luxembourg. The song was co-written by Leandros' father Leandros Papathanasiou, also known as Leo Leandros, under his pseudonym Mario Panas. This was Vicky Leandros' second entry in the Contest. In 1967 she had finished 4th with "L'amour est bleu" (better known under its English title "Love is Blue") which subsequently went on to become a worldwide hit when covered by French orchestra leader Paul Mauriat. "Après toi" is a dramatic ballad, with the singer telling her lover what will happen to her once he has finally left her for someone else; "After you I will be nothing but the shadow of your shadow". The song was performed seventeenth on the night (following Belgium's Serge & Christine Ghisoland with "À la folie ou pas du tout" and preceding the Netherlands' Sandra & Andres with "Als het om de liefde gaat"). By the close of voting, it had received 128 points, placing it first in a field of 18. Vicky Leandros also recorded the song in an English language version, released in Britain, Ireland and Australia as "Come What May", which reached no. 2 in both the UK and Irish singles charts. Leandros also recorded the song in Italian ("Dopo Te"), German ("Dann kamst du"), Spanish ("Y Despues"), Greek ("Mono Esi") and Japanese ("Omoide Ni Ikiru "). "Après toi" was succeeded as Contest winner in 1973 by Anne-Marie David singing "Tu te reconnaîtras", also for Luxembourg. As with "L'amour est bleu", "Après toi" has been afforded a number of translated cover versions including "Jak Mám Spát" (Czech) recorded by Helena Vondráčková, "Keď Si Sám" (Slovak) recorded by Eva Kostolányiová, "Tulethan – rakastan" (Finnish) recorded by Carola Standertskjöld, "Posle Tebe" (Serbian) recorded by Lola Novaković, "Si te vas" (Spanish) recorded by Paloma San Basilio, "Vad än sker" (Swedish) recorded by Ann-Louise Hanson and "След теб" (Bulgarian, "Sled teb"), recorded by Lili Ivanova. The English version "Come What May" was covered by Filipina singer Pilita Corrales on her 1976 album Live At The Riveira With Pilita Amado Vol. 2.
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Cuando Calienta El Sol Helmut Lotti Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Cuando Calienta El Sol Helmut Lotti Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Cuando calienta el sol is a 1963 Argentine film directed by Julio Saraceni. It is also the title of a famous song of the period, recorded by many artists, Love Me with All Your Heart, which is the English version of the same tune. "Love Me with All Your Heart" is a popular song, based on the Spanish language song "Cuando calienta el sol". The music was written by Rafael Gaston Perez, a Nicaraguan songwriter and bandleader, and made famous first by the Rigual Brothers. The English lyrics are sometimes credited to Michael Vaughn (or Maurice Vaughn) and sometimes to Sunny Skylar. The song was published in 1961. Although both the Spanish and the English versions are love songs, the lyrics are not translations of each other. The Spanish title translates as "When the sun heats (or warms) up". A version recorded by The Ray Charles Singers went to number three on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent four weeks at number one on the Pop-Standard singles chart in June 1964
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Julio Iglesias Hey Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico
Julio Iglesias Hey Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico Hey! is an album by Julio Iglesias. It was released in 1980 by Columbia Records. The album hit number one worldwide, and sales of the Spanish version surpassed 20 million. In 1981, Iglesias was nominated for a Grammy Award for the album under the Latin Pop Album category. Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva (born September 23, 1943), better known simply as Julio Iglesias, is a Spanish singer who has sold over 300 million records worldwide in 14 languages and released 77 albums.According to Sony Music Entertainment, he is one of the top 15 best selling music artists in history, elmundo.es. While Iglesias rose to international prominence in the 1970s and 1980s as a performer of romantic ballads, his success has continued on as he entered new musical endeavors. He is the father of singer Enrique Iglesias. Iglesias was born Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva in Madrid, the eldest son of Dr. Julio Iglesias Puga and Maria del Rosario de la Cueva y Perignat. Iglesias' father's family was from Galicia, and Iglesias' mother an Andalusian who was of Jewish origin. In the 1960s, he studied law in Madrid and was a goalkeeper for one of Real Madrid's football teams. On September 22, 1963, he was involved in a car crash, resulting in an injury to his spinal cord. He said, "I had a car accident; [a] very, very strange car accident...I lost control of the car and rolled it, resulting in what they call 'paraparexia,' which is not a paraplegia. It's a compression in the [spinal] cord, in the sense of the neck...my spinal cord; and I was very, very ill for three years." His doctors thought he would never walk again; indeed, his legs were left permanently weakened, and they continued to require therapy as of late October 2010. However, slowly, he began recovering his health. To develop and increase the dexterity of his hands, he began playing guitar.[7] When he recovered from his accident, he resumed academic studies and traveled to the United Kingdom to study the English language, first in Ramsgate, then at Bell Educational Trust's Language School in Cambridge. In 1971, he married Spanish Filipino journalist Isabel Preysler and had three children, Chabeli Iglesias, Julio Iglesias, Jr. and Enrique Iglesias. Their marriage was annulled in 1979. On August 24, 2010, Julio Iglesias and Miranda Rijnsburger got married after a 20-year relationship. The religious ceremony was celebrated in the Parish of the Virgen del Carmen of Marbella, and was followed by a Mass of thanksgiving in the chapel on the property the couple owns in the same city. The couple has three sons and twin daughters: Miguel (born September 7, 1997), Rodrigo (born April 3, 1999), Victoria and Cristina (born May 1, 2001) and Guillermo (born May 5, 2007). After Iglesias was 60 years old, his 89 year old father produced more children: half brother Jaime born May 18, 2004; and half sister Ruth born July 26, 2006. Julio's half siblings were a product of Dr. Iglesias Puga's second marriage, to Ronna Keitt.
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Quando Quando Quando Engelbert Humperdinck Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico
Quando Quando Quando Engelbert Humperdinck Yamaha Tyros 4 Roland G70 By Rico "Quando, Quando, Quando" is an Italian pop song from 1962, in the bossa nova style, with music written by Tony Renis and lyrics by Alberto Testa. The song, originally recorded in two different versions by Tony Renis and Emilio Pericoli, competed in the Sanremo Music Festival in 1962, where it placed fourth, and later became a commercial success in Italy, topping the Musica e Dischi singles chart.[1] American entertainer Pat Boone, who recorded the song in 1962, is listed in some sources as the writer of its English-language lyrics, but other sources, including the Songwriters Hall of Fame, say veteran songwriter Ervin Drake was the lyricist. The title translates as "When, When, When". The song has been used and remixed by many artists and in many different arrangements. The most notable rendition in English was by pop singer Engelbert Humperdinck. In 2005, Michael Bublé performed the song as a duet with Nelly Furtado. There is an instrumental Latin version by Edgardo Cintron and The Tiempos Noventa Orchestra. The song was a 1962 Billboard Top 100 entry by Pat Boone. Quando is the only Italian word normally retained in most English-language renditions of the song. Pat Boone sang the starting piece in a good Italian accent but then carried on the rest of it in English, repeating every now and again some Italian words. The Italian words sung by Boone: Dimmi quando tu verrai,dimmi quando... quando... quando...l'anno, il giorno e l'ora in cuiforse tu mi bacerai... (Boone says "qui" which means "here" instead of "cui" which means "that"). Other singers: Connie Francis, American pop singer of Italian origin sang in Italian in 1963 Cliff Richard, English singer in 1968 Sergio Franchi recorded the song (Mostly in Italian, short chorus in English) on his 1965 RCA Victor album Live at the Coconut Grove.[2] New Rhodes, a defunct English indie-pop foursome, released a cover as a single in 2010 The song was used prominently in the 1962 Italian movie The Easy Life. The song was used in the movie The Blues Brothers (1980): when Jake and Elwood first encounter Murph and The Magictones, they are playing this song at the Holiday Inn. In the Ivan Reitman film Stripes (1981), Bill Murray begins singing this to avoid being killed by mercenaries. The song can be heard at the beginning of the 2004 Russian movie A Driver for Vera. Rory Bremner parodied the song in the 2006 season of the Bremner, Bird and Fortune TV series, playing Gordon Brown and Tony Blair with the former asking when the then prime minister would be leaving office. It was also used in 2008 in the Fiat Punto advertisements, mimicking the "Portuguese Job". In the 2006 film Superman Returns, the theme is performed by The Drifters in the elevator scene when Clark Kent and Lois Lane are in the middle of several people reading about the Man of Steel's return in the Daily Planet. In Rainer Werner Fassbinder's movie The Merchant of Four Seasons a remake of this song plays a central role in the relationship between the two main characters. Dewey performs a ribbon dance whilst singing the song to distract Lois in season 5 of Malcolm in the Middle.
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La Felicidad Palito Ortega In Style Of Klaus Wunderlich Yamaha  Tyros 4 & Roland G70 By Rico
La Felicidad Palito Ortega In Style Of Klaus Wunderlich Yamaha Tyros 4 & Roland G70 By Rico Composer of the Song : Ramón Bautista Ortega (born March 8, 1942) is an Argentine singer and actor, better known as Palito Ortega. Ortega reached international fame, particularly in Latin America and Spain, during the 1960s, when the Rock en Espanol style of Rock and Roll music was popularized among teenagers in the region His first solo album, "La Edad del Amor" ("The Age of Love"), was recorded under the artistic name of Nery Nelson. This album, as well as the next one ("Yo no Quiero," translated to "I Don't Want To"), were not hits. Both albums were recorded in Mendoza with low budgets and no recording company to back them up. Ortega also used the artistic nickname of Tony Varano for some of his live shows at the time, and he became a member of "The Lyons" when the Argentine rock legend, lead singer Peter Rock, left the band. His interests, however, remained in being a successful solo singer, and he left The Lyons within months of joining that band. Ortega met songwriter Dino Ramos in 1962; this would prove important in Ortega's career as Ramos would write a large number of Ortega's hits. By 1963, in the midst of Argentina's own "new wave" (La nueva ola) movement (such movements were taking place in many countries, such as England, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the United States, among other countries), Ortega began to become a television regular, as he was featured multiple times on a popular Canal 11 show of the time, "Club del Clan" ("The Clan Club"); it should be pointed out that the word clan in Spanish has nothing to do with racist groups; "clan" has the same meaning as "group" in Spanish. In 1963, he signed with RCA Records, and began recording immediately. His television appearances led to a career in cinema. Ortega recorded 27 albums, and starred in 26 films at the time, becoming a teen idol as a consequence. He acted and sang in those films, and shared the big screen with many of Argentina's most important actors and actresses of the time. His fame acquainted him with Evangelina Salazar, a television actress known for her role as a country schoolteacher; the couple were married in 1967, and had six children. Palito Ortega would travel extensively through the rest of the 1960s and the 1970s. He went on to record for RCA in Mexico, Italy, England, and Nashville, Tennessee. In 1966 while in Nashville Palito Ortega recorded the hit song "Sombras" by music composer and visual artist Gil Veda Ortega's status as a teen idol declined during that period, and he reduced his television and movie appearances, as well as his album recordings. He did, however, become a successful music promoter, and in August 1981, produced a show for Frank Sinatra in Argentina. The sharp devaluation of the peso following the collapse of Economy Minister José Alfredo Martínez de Hoz's exchange rate timetable made his US dollar-denominated contractual obligations unaffordable, however. Ortega reportedly lost one million dollars after paying the legendary crooner for his Luna Park Stadium show, and was forced to sell a significant portion of his estate. Ortega relocated with his wife and six children to Miami in 1985, which by then was becoming a mecca for Latino entertainers. Ortega joined the likes of Iris Chacón, Charytín, Celia Cruz, Gloria Estefan, Julio Iglesias and others as a resident of the south Florida city. Ortega sang the United States national anthem before the 1986 world middleweight championship boxing fight between Marvin Hagler and John Mugabi. Klaus Wunderlich (June 18, 1931 - October 28, 1997) was a German musician. Wunderlich was born in Chemnitz and died in Engen from a heart attack. Wunderlich played the Hammond organ during the first half of his career, briefly used Moog synthesizers and later switched to Wersi organs with which he created his own unique electronic sound. He was open to different music styles and played classical, operetta, Broadway musical, as well as popular music. He sold more than 20 million records all over the world and received 13 golden albums as well as one golden cassette. Some of his work was put into the Soviet cartoon, Nu Pogodi
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Rene Schuurmans - In De Sterren Staat Geschreven Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 Rico
Rene Schuurmans - In De Sterren Staat Geschreven Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 Rico René Schuurmans (Sint-Michielsgestel, 20 november 1964) is een Nederlandse zanger. Zijn nummers zijn vrijwel allemaal Nederlandstalig en bevinden zich vooral op het terrein van het levenslied en de carnavalsmuziek. Schuurmans werd in 1964 geboren aan het Maaskantje. Hij komt uit een groot gezin met acht kinderen en groeide op met vier broers en drie zussen. Zijn vader, Sjef Schuurmans, was de eigenaar van café discotheek De Molen in Den Dungen en groeide daardoor ook op met muziek. In eerste instantie wilde hij dierenarts worden, maar hij hield meer van muziek. Hij drumde tijdens de jaarlijkse kermissen met een plaatselijk orkest. Ook zong hij tijdens feesten en partijen. Samen met zijn zus Astrid vormde hij 5 jaar lang het duo Rene & Astrid Schuurmans zingt sinds 2004 solo, nadat hij een jaar of vijf met zijn zus Astrid het duo René & Astrid vormde. Toen Astrid zich geheel op het spelen bij een band wilde richten, ging René solo verder. Eind 2005 besluit hij zijn baan op te zeggen om fulltime artiest te worden. Schuurmans was 12,5 jaar verkeersambtenaar bij de gemeente Sint-Michielsgestel. Schuurmans bracht vier albums uit en had succes met Als ik haar zie, Diep in mijn hart en Hela Ho. De landelijke doorbraak kwam in 2007 toen Laat de zon in je hart een bescheiden hit werd. Ook bereikte het album Vanaf vandaag de 5e plek in de Mega Album Top 100. In 2010 bracht Schuurmans de single Is het leven niet mooi uit. Schuurmans treedt regelmatig op bij de TROS Muziekfeesten, Grote Pleinfeesten, Mega Festijnen. Ooit gaf hij een concert in zijn achtertuin, Hierbij waren 12.000 bezoekers aanwezig. In 2012 verscheen er een nieuwe versie van zijn single Laat de zon in je hart met een vernieuwd arrangement en live instrumenten. In dit jaar kwamen ook de singles De avond van mijn leven, Is het waar?, en Ik ben nou eenmaal zo uit bij zijn oude platenmaatschappij Berk Music, waar hij, na vier jaar bij platenmaatschappij CNR, is teruggekeerd. In oktober 2014 heeft hij op verzoek van Omroep Brabant een single gemaakt met de titel Bij ons in Brabant. Dit lied hoorde bij een campagne van de omroep en was een ode aan de provincie Noord-Brabant.
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Petruta Küpper - Once Upon A Time In The West Ennio Morricone Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Petruta Küpper - Once Upon A Time In The West Ennio Morricone Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Once Upon a Time in the West (Italian: C'era una volta il West) is a 1968 epic Spaghetti Western film directed by Sergio Leone. It stars Henry Fonda, cast against type, as the villain,[3] Charles Bronson as his nemesis, Claudia Cardinale as a newly widowed homesteader, and Jason Robards as a bandit. The screenplay was written by Sergio Donati and Leone, from a story by Dario Argento, Bernardo Bertolucci and Leone. The widescreen cinematography was by Tonino Delli Colli, and the acclaimed film score was by Ennio Morricone. After directing The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Leone decided to retire from Westerns and desired to produce his film based on The Hoods, which eventually became Once Upon a Time in America. However, Leone accepted an offer from Paramount Pictures to provide access to Henry Fonda and to use a budget to produce another Western film. He recruited Bertolucci and Argento to devise the plot of the film in 1966, researching other Western films in the process. After Clint Eastwood turned down an offer to play the movie's protagonist, Bronson was offered the role. During production, Leone recruited Donati to rewrite the script due to concerns over time limitations. The original version by the director was 166 minutes (2 hours and 46 minutes) when it was first released on December 21, 1968. This was the version that was to be shown in European cinemas and was a box office success. For the US release on May 28, 1969, Once Upon a Time in the West was edited down to 145 minutes (2 hours and 25 minutes) by Paramount and was a financial flop. The film is considered by some to be the first installment in Leone's Once Upon a Time Trilogy, followed by Duck, You Sucker!, called Once Upon a Time... the Revolution in parts of Europe, and Once Upon a Time in America, though the films do not share any characters in common. The film is now generally acknowledged as a masterpiece and one of the greatest films ever made.[4][5] In 2009, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being “culturally, historically or aesthetically significant”.[6] Petruța Cecilia Küpper (* 11. Mai 1981 in Sibiu, Rumänien) ist eine rumänische Panflötistin. Küpper studierte an der Universität Lucian Blaga Sibiu Soziologie und Ethnologie, außerdem an der Nationalen Musikuniversität Bukarest in Bukarest Panflöte bei Gheorghe Zamfir. Mit ihm trat sie auch bei Konzerten auf. Sie arbeitete als Musiklehrerin in Rumänien an Grund- und Realschulen sowie an einem Gymnasium. Im Jahr 2008 zog sie nach Deutschland. 2009 belegte sie mit ihrer Musik den dritten Platz bei der Castingshow Das Supertalent. Im Januar 2010 erschien ihr Album Panträume. Bei der Echoverleihung 2010 war sie in der Kategorie Newcomer des Jahres (national) nominiert. Petruța Küpper ist verheiratet und hat eine 2007 geborene Tochter. Sie lebt in Osnabrück
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The Carpenters Top Of The World Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
The Carpenters Top Of The World Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico Speciaal Voor Dominique En Maurice :) "Top of the World" is the name of a 1972 song by The Carpenters. Originally recorded for and released on the duo's 1972 studio album A Song for You, the song topped the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in late 1973, becoming the duo's second U.S. #1 single. Originally intended to be only an album cut for the Carpenters, country singer Lynn Anderson covered the song and her version became the first hit. Karen Carpenter re-recorded the song for the band's first compilation as she was not quite satisfied with the original. Brother Richard Carpenter has remixed the song's vocals, most recently for their 35th Anniversary Gold compilation. In Japan, the song was used as the opening theme song for the 1995 Japanese drama Miseinen. In 2003, it was used for another drama, this time as the ending theme song for Beginner. It appeared on the 2010 soundtrack of Shrek Forever After, as well as in a prominent scene of the 2012 film Dark Shadows, with a performance by the Carpenters seen on a television screen. Country music singer Lynn Anderson covered the song in 1973 for her studio album Top of the World. It was the first single released from her album and her version of the song became the first hit. Anderson's version reached #2 on the U.S. country singles chart and #74 on Billboard Hot 100 in mid-1973. The success of Anderson's version prompted the Carpenters to release a new version as a single, where it topped the U.S. pop singles chart for two weeks in December 1973.
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Roland Kaiser Sie Liesse Sich So Gerne Fallen Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Roland Kaiser Sie Liesse Sich So Gerne Fallen Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico I Run in to this song never played or listen to it before en i just loved it so i needed to play this Hope You Like IT :) Greetz Love You @ll For all the great Feedback Thank you so MUCH :))) Greetz Rico Roland Kaiser (born May 10, 1952 in Berlin as Ronald Keiler) is a schlager singer-songwriter from Germany.[1] He is one of the most successful German speaking schlager-singers.[2] Keiler was working as a marketing executive in a car firm where he was discovered by the German music producer Gerd Kämpfe. In 1974, he released his first single under the stage name of Roland Kaiser - Was ist wohl aus ihr geworden? - and in 1976 he got his first chart placement with Frei, das heißt allein which reached number 14 on the West-German top list. In 1980, he competed in the West-German trial for the Eurovision Song Contest but did not win. In the same year, he had his greatest success on the lists so far with the song "Santa Maria" (by Oliver Onions/Guido & Maurizio De Angelis), which maintained its first placement in West Germany for six weeks
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Help Yourself  Tom Jones Performed On Roland G1000 G70 Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
Help Yourself Tom Jones Performed On Roland G1000 G70 Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico "Help Yourself" is a 1968 song performed by Tom Jones. The song is one of Jones' best known songs and reached the top 5 in the United Kingdom in its original run. It is featured in the movie Anchorman. The American single reached Billboard peaks of #35 pop and #3 easy listening, and is still widely played on adult-standards radio. "Help Yourself" is a rewrite of the song "Gli Occhi Miei" which was written by Carlo Donida and originally performed by Dino and Wilma Goich at the 1968 Sanremo festival. Jack Fishman provided the English lyrics. The song was recorded by comedian Steve Coogan in character as Tony Ferrino. The track was used in the TV show, included on an album and released as a single in November 1996, reaching #42 in the UK singles chart. In 1970, Hong Kong female singer Billie Tam (蓓蕾), released a Mandarin Chinese language version with Chinese lyrics written by Di Yi (狄薏) and given the title name of 夢遊人, on her 喇叭與我 (Billie And The Big Brass) LP album with EMI Angel Records. In 1972, Hong Kong female singer Frances Yip (葉麗儀) recorded it on her Frances Yip Greatest Hits LP album with Life Records. In 1973, Hong Kong female singer/artist Sum Sum (森森), also recorded the song in Mandarin Chinese language with Chinese lyrics (different from Billie Tam's version) written by Shu Yun (舒雲) and given the title name of 我比花兒好年華, on her 春雨傘‧森森玉女團南遊專輯 LP album with EMI Regal Records. Between 1972 and 1974, this song was covered by Singapore-based female singer Ervinna, backing music by the Charlie & His Boys, on her LP album Golden Hits Of 20th Century Vol. 4 with White Cloud Record of Singapore. In 1970s this song was frequently performed by Soviet baritone singer Muslim Magomayev. In 1978, the song was covered by Filipino singer Sam Sorono (1950--2008) on his Sings Tom Jones' Greatest Hits LP album with EMI Records
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Rob De Nijs Voor Sonja Doe Ik Alles Klaus Wunderlich Style Yamaha Tyros 4 by Rico
Rob De Nijs Voor Sonja Doe Ik Alles Klaus Wunderlich Style Yamaha Tyros 4 by Rico De Nijs werd geboren als zoon van een rijschoolhouder. Toen hij zes jaar was, ging hij vanwege zijn astmatische bronchitis naar de openluchtschool in het Oosterpark. Toen hij acht jaar was, kreeg hij zijn eerste accordeonles. Via de directeur Bob Bouber, van de cabaretschool waar De Nijs op zat, leerde hij in mei 1960 de muzikanten Jan de Hont, Hans de Hont, Roel Vredeveld en Henny van Pinxteren kennen die met hun band The Apron Strings op zoek waren naar een zanger. De band werd omgedoopt tot Robby and The Apron Strings. Al snel speelde de groep in het voorprogramma van Peter Kraus in de Doelenzaal. Vervolgens kwam Bert de Nijs, de broer van Rob, als extra gitarist bij de band. Op 15 oktober 1960 behaalden ze de eerste plaats op een talentenjacht van Polydor. In 1962 ging de samenwerking uit elkaar. Rob en zijn broer Bert stapten uit de band en begonnen Rob de Nijs en de Lords. De Nijs won in 1962 op 19-jarige leeftijd een talentenjacht met zijn band Rob de Nijs en de Lords. De eerste prijs was een platencontract. De eerste twee singles (De liefste die ik ken en Jenny) flopten, maar het nummer Ritme van de regen uit 1963 werd een grote hit waarvan in totaal bijna 100.000 exemplaren verkocht werden. In 1963 deed hij mee aan het songfestival in Knokke. In juni 1963 werd zijn eerste Rob de Nijs en de Lords-fanclub opgericht. Tussen 1964 en 1965 was Rob de leading man in een serie televisieprogramma's voor de VARA: TV-magazine. Hierin werd hij behalve door de Lords, bijgestaan door Trea Dobbs, Ria Valk en Marijke Merckens. In november 1965 gingen De Nijs en de Lords uit elkaar. Hij ging werken bij Circus Boltini. De Nijs ging in 1968 werken in een tweetal clubs van zijn toenmalige schoonvader. Eind 1969 kreeg hij een rol in Oebele als Bello Billy Biggelaar. Dat leverde hem in 1971 de rol van Bertram Bierenbroodspot op in de televisieserie Kunt u mij de weg naar Hamelen vertellen, mijnheer?. Deze serie liep tot 1976. In 1970 deed hij mee aan een musical Salvation, en kwam hij in contact met Lennaert Nijgh. Nijgh besloot een aantal nummers voor De Nijs te schrijven, samen met Boudewijn de Groot, om zo zijn carrière weer op gang te brengen. In mei 1973 kwam de eerste vrucht van deze samenwerking, Jan Klaassen de trompetter, in de hitparade, in september gevolgd door Dag zuster Ursula. Er volgden bescheidener successen met Mirella en Hé speelman. Hierna kwam zijn waarschijnlijk bekendste hit uit: Malle Babbe, een nummer dat De Groot ook zelf regelmatig zou gaan spelen tijdens concerten. Na de albums In de uren van de middag en Kijken hoe het morgen wordt, beide eveneens door De Groot geproduceerd, beëindigden de twee hun samenwerking. Nijgh bleef wel betrokken bij de carrière van De Nijs als tekstschrijver. In seizoen 1974-1975 kreeg hij een eigen programma voor de televisie, NL Tippers, waarin diverse Nederlandse artiesten hun lied ten gehore brachten. Dit familiemuziekprogramma werd later overgenomen door Ferry Maat en de titel veranderde in Disco Circus. Het programma was te zien bij de TROS. Rob de Nijs tijdens het Nationaal Songfestival 1969 In 1976 werd hij door het NIPO uitgeroepen tot populairste zanger van Nederland. In 1977 kreeg hij zijn eigen special bij de VARA. In 1980 werd hij door de Hitkrant uitgeroepen tot populairste Nederlandse zanger. In 1985 scoorde hij zijn grootste hit tot dan toe. Het vredeslied Alles wat ademt, geschreven door Gerard Stellaard, Nijgh en Meuldijk, steeg tijdens de kersttijd naar de tweede plaats. In 1996 scoorde hij zijn eerste en enige nummer 1-hit met Banger hart, dat vijf weken op de toppositie in de Mega Top 50 stond. In 2001 werd De Nijs onderscheiden met de Radio 2 Zendtijd Prijs. Deze prijs wordt toegekend door Conamus en Radio 2 aan een uitvoerend artiest die van blijvende betekenis is voor de Nederlandse radio. Diverse artiesten, onder wie Boudewijn de Groot, Hans Vermeulen, Frédérique Spigt en Skik brachten live een eerbetoon aan De Nijs door een van zijn nummers te vertolken. In mei 2007 nam hij met Julien Clerc voor zijn nieuwe album Chansons diens This melody op in een dubbelhertaling van Jan Rot. De release van het album met enkel Franse liedjes werd diverse keren uitgesteld vanwege perikelen tussen Meuldijk en De Nijs. Het album lag vanaf 14 maart 2008 in de winkels. Op 16 maart 2008 gaf De Nijs een jubileumconcert met het Metropole Orkest in een uitverkocht Carré. Het concert werd gegeven vanwege het 45-jarig artiestenjubileum van de zanger en het bereiken van de pensioengerechtigde leeftijd. Tijdens dit concert werd bekend dat er een tulp naar hem vernoemd zou gaan worden. De burgemeester van Anna Paulowna (waar ook Wieringerwaard onder valt) maakte dit bekend. De tulp werd begin mei, tijdens de Bloemendagen in die gemeente, gedoopt.
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Frans Duijts Jij Denkt Maar Dat Je Alles Mag Van Mij Performed on Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
Frans Duijts Jij Denkt Maar Dat Je Alles Mag Van Mij A few mistakes but then again i could'nt resist to upload Duijts begon zijn zangcarrière als André Hazes-imitator. Maar door het ongekende succes van het liedje Jij denkt maar dat jij alles mag van mij, een cover van André Hazes uit 1986 (geschreven door Pierre Kartner), besloot Duijts zich meer te gaan richten op een eigen zangcarrière. Inmiddels heeft Duijts al een tiental hits in de Single Top 100 op zijn naam staan. Zijn album Zo Ben Ik Mezelf werd een ongekend succes, hij stond er twee jaar lang mee in de Album Top 100. Naast het zingen is hij ook werkzaam in het familiebedrijf Duijts Sloopwerken in Tiel
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Crazy Accordeon De Kermisklanten CanCan Polka Style Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
Crazy Accordeon De Kermisklanten CanCan Polka Style Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico De Kermisklanten was een Nederlands accordeonduo, dat ook veel succes oogstte in Duitsland (als Die Kirmesmusikanten). Het duo bestond uit Henny van Voskuylen (Bunnik, 23 mei 1941 - Soestdijk, 12 januari 2010) en Coby Mol (22 juli 1944). Zij leerden elkaar kennen tijdens een afzonderlijk optreden op de bühne en besloten als duo verder te gaan. Ook privé klikte het goed en op 15 mei 1964 traden zij met elkaar in het huwelijk. Nieuwe Oogst (AVRO) Het tv-debuut van Henny en Coby van Voskuylen, toen nog als Las Estrellas (vanaf 1969 treden ze op als De Kermisklanten) 16 oktober 1969 Eerste elpee komt op de markt: 'Kermisklanken met de Kermisklanten' waarop o.a. ook de hit 'Zigeunertango' staat. In de periode van 1969 tot 2005 zijn - naast de vele singles- ettelijke lp's en cd's van hen uitgekomen. Het repertoire omvat niet alleen volksmuziek, evergreens en operamelodieën, maar ook nieuwe, door Henny geschreven stukken. 1970-1986 Op Losse Groeven en Op Volle Toeren (TROS) Vele tv-optredens 5 april 1975 Eerste tv-show in Duitsland (ZDF) vanuit de Westfalenhallen in Dortmund November 1976 Eerste grote Duitse tournee met 'Maria Hellwig Kommt' 11 april 1981 De nacht van het hart (VARA) Live tv-show vanuit Ahoy in Rotterdam, waar het Groot TV-Orkest o.l.v. Harry van Hoof en het ballet van Penney de Jager De Kermisklanten begeleiden bij het nummer 'Crazy Accordeon'; het nummer wordt een hit en staat zes weken in de Top 40. 25 juni 1983 In de Olympiahallen in München ontvangen Die Kirmesmusikanten uit handen van de minister-president van Beieren, Franz Jozef Strauss, de Duitse Cultuurprijs, ook wel de Oscar der Volkstümliche Musik genoemd: de Hermann Löns Medaille in brons. Het is de eerste keer dat een niet-Duitstalige artiest in de prijzen valt. 5 april 1984 Tv-special De Kermisklanten (TROS) Bij het uitkomen van de nieuwe elpee '50 Hits' zendt de TROS een special van 50 minuten uit. 22 september 1984 In de Sporthalle in Keulen ontvangen Die Kirmesmusikanten uit handen van Einzi Stolz, de weduwe van Robert, de 'Robert Stolz buste'. 1986/1987 Henny is tijdens het carnavalseizoen Stadsprins van Amersfoort. Naast Henny als 'Stadsprins Joris XI', is Coby 'Gemalin'. 19 september 1987 In het Congrescentrum in Hamburg krijgen Die Kirmesmusikanten deze keer de Hermann Löns Medaille in goud Najaar 1988 Producer Peter Koelewijn maakt een album met Frank en Mirella en de Kermisklanten: 'Heimwee naar de zee'. Hier wordt ook een tv-special gemaakt. 9 november 1989 Die Kirmesmusikanten verblijven voor een tv-optreden in het Friedrichstadt-Palast in Oost-Berlijn in het hotel Unter den Linden. Ze zijn ooggetuigen van de val de muur. 22 september 1990 In de Sporthalle in Keulen ontvangen Die Kirmesmusikanten de Hermann Löns Medaille in platina, inclusief de felicitaties van de aanwezige Dr. Richard von Weizsäcker, bondskanselier van Duitsland. Januari 1991 Een Duitse filmploeg is een week in Nederland om een tv-special voor Sat 1 te maken over de nieuwe cd 'Herz zu Herz' van Die Kirmesmusikanten. Deze special wordt vele keren in Duitsland uitgezonden. 17 augustus 1991 In Suhl (toenmalige DDR) maakt de Oost-Duitse tv-zender DFF opnamen van het 'Herbert Roth Festival'. Die Kirmesmusikanten ontvangen hier de tv-prijs voor het 'Erfolgreichsten Instrumental-solisten paar 1991'. 12 december 1991 In Wiesbaden vindt de uitreiking van de jaarlijkse Bambi's plaats. Die Kirmesmusikanten zijn genomineerd. Juli 1992 In samenwerking met Bild am Sontag en enkele tijdschriften van Burda-Verlag wordt een aantal cd's uitgebracht. Op het hoofdkantoor van Burda ontvangen Die Kirmesmusikanten een platina elpee voor de verkoop van meer dan 2,5 miljoen exemplaren. November 1995 Henny van Voskuylen schrijft het nummer 'Wij Willen Niet Naar Huis' voor de zestiende editie van 'Kinderen voor Kinderen'.
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ABBA I Have A Dream Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 Klaus Wunderlich STyle
ABBA I Have A Dream Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 I Have a Dream is een nummer van de Zweedse popgroep ABBA, afkomstig van hun album Voulez-Vous. Anni-Frid Lyngstad neemt de zangpartijen voor haar rekening. I Have a Dream was het laatste nummer van ABBA uit de jaren 70, het decennium waarin de groep meer commercieel succes behaalde dan elke andere act over de hele wereld. "I Have a Dream" is a song by Swedish pop group ABBA. The song was written by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus and was taken from the group's 1979 album, Voulez-Vous. Anni-Frid Lyngstad sang the lead vocals. It was released as a single in December 1979 with a live version of "Take a Chance on Me" as the B-side. The recording is notable for being the only ABBA song to include vocalists other than the four band members; the final chorus features a children's choir from Stockholm. "I Have a Dream" is included on the ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits album, as well as in the Mamma Mia! musical. In the UK, the single was issued in a lavish gatefold sleeve, intended as a souvenir for UK fans who had attended the Wembley concerts (the live recording of "Take a Chance on Me" being from one of them). It was not a limited edition, however. The inner gatefold made use of the pyramid/mountain/iceberg designs similar to those used in the inner sleeve of Greatest Hits Vol. 2. The inner gatefold was effectively an advert for ABBA's existing albums released in the UK, but the back cover featured a message from ABBA themselves regarding the Wembley concerts, together with their signatures. The front cover used the same live photo of ABBA as the worldwide release, but artwork and fonts were different. This was only Epic's 2nd picture sleeve for an ABBA single.
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Matt Bianco Half a Minute Basia Improvisation Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Matt Bianco Half a Minute Basia Improvisation Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Matt Bianco is a UK band that was formed in 1983. They are mainly known for their success in the mid-1980s and their jazz, Latin-flavoured music. Popular during the mid-1980s in continental Europe, Matt Bianco was part of the new jazz pop genre, that they shared with acts such as Working Week, Sade, Everything but the Girl, and The Style Council. The name suggests that Matt Bianco is a person, often assumed to be an alias for the main constant member and frontman, Mark Reilly, but Matt is in fact "a made up spy, a secret agent; we loved spy TV themes and film scores". With the addition of Mark Fisher, the sound changed considerably. Fisher, a keyboardist, composer and studio wizard, contributed a more contemporary sound, compared to that of the early Matt Bianco. The use of synthesizers increased notably: Yamaha's DX-7 can be heard providing the slap bass in most songs, but the choice of noted studio musicians remained consistent with Ronnie Ross being the most prominent example. After the first album with the new line-up, they took a 13-piece band on to a European tour, that saw them perform in front of an audience of more than 250,000 attendees in total. In 1984 they appeared on the BBC TV morning show Saturday Superstore and were infamously subjected to a brief torrent of four-lettered abuse during a fan 'phone-in', which could not be cut as the show was live. Jenny Evans left the group shortly after the recording of the group's self-titled album and was not replaced. Matt Bianco was now a household name in Europe, and Warner Brothers sought to market them in the United States. They hired Gloria Estefan's husband and producer Emilio Estefan to produce a few songs, and recorded their third album, Indigo, with the Estefan productions being chosen as singles. 1988's "Don't Blame it on That Girl" and "Good Times" only made a moderate impact. "Wap-Bam-Boogie", an album track originally on the B-side of the first single, which did well on the dance charts, and pushed the joint single release up to Number 11 on the UK Singles Chart, making it Matt Bianco's most successful single. Their first Greatest Hits album, entitled The Best of Matt Bianco, collecting their greatest hits from 1983 to 1990, was released in 1990. Another studio album was released in 1991 by Warner Brothers, the fractured Samba in Your Casa, the fourth long-playing by the group. Reilly and Fisher then split from their record company and went freelance. From then on, they recorded their albums in their own studios, and then offered them to independent distributors worldwide. They scored contracts with ZYX Music and Intercord in Europe, and Victor Entertainment in Asia, but failed to sign on with another major label. The next albums did not sell well in Europe, but they created a loyal fan base in Japan and the rest of Asia. The albums Another Time Another Place, Gran Via, World Go Round, A/Collection (not a greatest hits album, but more of a compilation album, compiling a number of remakes of Matt Bianco's stand-out album tracks plus remixes of a few of their hits), Rico, and Echoes sold well enough for a comfortable lifestyle in the South-East of England. After twenty years recording and touring, the two split amicably.
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Klaus Wunderlich Happy Blue Danube Yamaha Tyros 4 An der schönen blauen Donau Johann Strauss
Klaus Wunderlich Happy Blue Danube Yamaha Tyros 4 An der schönen blauen Donau Johann Strauss @ll Thanks Go's Out To Maurice For A Fantastic Beautiful Video Edit :) Klaus Wunderlich (June 18, 1931 - October 28, 1997) was a German musician. Wunderlich was born in Chemnitz and died in Engen from a heart attack. Wunderlich played the Hammond organ during the first half of his career, and later switched to Wersi organs and Moog synthesizers with which he created his own unique electronic sound. He was open to different music styles and played classical, operetta, Broadway musical, as well as popular music. He sold more than 20 million records all over the world and received 13 golden albums as well as one golden cassette. He has something of a cult following, and pops up from time to time in the playlists of contemporary DJs. The Blue Danube is the common English title of An der schönen blauen Donau, Op. 314 (German for By the Beautiful Blue Danube), a waltz by the Austrian composer Johann Strauss II, composed in 1866. Originally performed 15 February 1867 at a concert of the Wiener Männergesangsverein (Vienna Men's Choral Association), it has been one of the most consistently popular pieces of music in the classical repertoire. Its initial performance was only a mild success however and Strauss is reputed to have said "The devil take the waltz, my only regret is for the coda—I wish that had been a success!" After the original music was written, the words were added by the Choral Association's poet, Joseph Weyl.[1] Strauss later added more music, and Weyl needed to change some of the words.[2] Strauss adapted it into a purely orchestral version for the World's Fair in Paris that same year, and it became a great success in this form. The instrumental version is by far the most commonly performed today. An alternate text by Franz von Gernerth, Donau so blau (Danube so blue), is also used on occasion. The Blue Danube premiered in the United States in its instrumental version on 1 July 1867 in New York, and in Great Britain in its choral version on 21 September 1867 in London at the promenade concerts at Covent Garden. The specifically Viennese sentiments connoted in the waltz have made it a sort of unofficial Austrian national anthem. The waltz is traditionally broadcast by all public-law television and radio stations exactly at midnight on New Year's Eve, and on New Year's Day it is a customary encore piece at the annual Vienna New Year's Concert. The first few bars are the interval signal of Österreichischer Rundfunk's international programs. When Strauss's stepdaughter, Alice von Meyszner-Strauss, asked the composer Johannes Brahms to sign her autograph-fan, he wrote down the first bars of The Blue Danube, but adding "Leider nicht von Johannes Brahms" ("Alas! not by Johannes Brahms"). The work commences with an extended introduction in the key of A major with shimmering (tremolo) violins and a horn spelling out the familiar waltz theme, answered by staccato wind chords, in a subdued mood. It rises briefly into a loud passage but quickly dies down into the same restful nature of the opening bars. A contrasting and quick phrase in D major anticipates the waltz before three quiet downward-moving bass notes "usher in" the first principal waltz melody. The first waltz theme is familiar gently rising triad motif in cellos and horns in the tonic D major, accompanied by the harp; the Viennese waltz beat is accentuated at the end of each 3-note phrase. The Waltz 1A triumphantly ends its rounds of the motif, and waltz 1B follows in the same key; the genial mood is still apparent. Waltz 2A glides in quietly (still in D major) before a short contrasting middle section in B-flat major. The entire section is repeated. A more dour waltz 3A is introduced in G major before a fleeting eighth-note melodic phrase (waltz 3B). A loud Intrada (introduction) is then played. Waltz 4A starts off in a romantic mood (F major) before a more joyous waltz 4B in the same key. After another short Intrada in A, cadencing in F-sharp minor, sonorous clarinets spell out the poignant melody of waltz 5A in A. Waltz 5B is the climax, punctuated by cymbal crashes. Each of these may be repeated at the discretion of the performer. The coda recalls earlier sections (3A and 2A) before furious chords usher in a recap of the romantic Waltz 4A. The idyll is cut short as the waltz hurries back to the famous waltz theme 1A again. This statement is cut short, however, by the final codetta: a variation of 1A is presented, connecting to a rushing eighth-note passage in the final few bars: repeated tonic chords underlined by a snare drum roll and a bright-sounding flourish. A typical performance lasts around 10 minutes, with the seven-minute main piece, followed by a three-minute coda.
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ABBA One Of Us Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
ABBA One Of Us Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico One of Us" from 1981 was the first single from Swedish pop group ABBA's final studio album The Visitors, their eighth for Polar, and their seventh for Epic and Atlantic. The song is also included on the ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits compilation
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Cor Steyn Dorus Tom Manders Twee Motten Hammond Wersi Roland G70 G1000 / G800
Roland G70 Roland G1000 / G800 Cor Steyn Dorus Tom Manders Twee Motten Hammond Wersi De niet te vergeten twee motten van Dorus ( Tom Manders ) en Cor steyn Cornelis Gerardus Hendricus Steijn (beter bekend als Cor Steyn) (Leiden, 22 december 1906 - Hilversum, 17 november 1965) was een Nederlands musicus, die vooral bekendheid kreeg als medewerker van de VARA. Cor Steyn was een muzikaal wonderkind: Vanaf zijn vijfde kreeg hij piano- en vioollessen en al op twaalfjarige leeftijd deed hij in 1918 vervroegd toelatingsexamen van het Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag. In 1920 begeleidde hij stomme film op de piano en trad hij voor het eerst op als concertpianist. Toen zijn vader door een ongeval arbeidsongeschikt raakte, brak de jonge Cor zijn studie af om als barpianist de kost voor het gezin te verdienen. In 1932 trad hij in dienst van de VARA als pianist-accordeonist. Hij werd landelijk bekend als bespeler van het VARA-concertorgel. Vanaf 1935 verzorgde hij als organist ook de muzikale begeleiding van verscheidene artiesten (onder andere Willy Alberti) in het Amsterdamse City Theater. Op 7 mei 1931 trad hij in het huwelijk met Hillechien Neuwitter. Met haar kreeg hij twee zoons. Samen met Cor Lemaire schreef hij in 1939 de muziek voor de speelfilm Boefje. Tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog werkte hij van 1941 tot 1944 voor René Sleeswijks Snip en Snap-revue. Voor Willy Walden schreef hij de muziek bij het lied Als op het Leidscheplein de lichtjes weer eens branden gaan, dat als een verkapt verzetslied gezien werd, alhoewel de tekst geschreven was door Jacques van Tol. In 1944 ging de film "Drie weken huisknecht" in première waarvoor hij de muziek schreef. Op 17 augustus 1945 scheidde hij van Hillechien Neuwitter en trouwde op 14 september van datzelfde jaar met Rita Helen Wengler. Uit dit huwelijk werden 2 zoons en 1 dochter geboren. Na de bevrijding werkte Cor Steyn veel voor buitenlandse radiozenders, waardoor hij internationale faam verwierf. In 1949 kwam hij in vaste dienst bij de VARA, aanvankelijk als medewerker van de propaganda- en programmadienst, vanaf 1950 uitsluitend als verzorger van uitzendingen. Hij was de leider van het 'Rhytmisch Strijkorkest' en het ensemble 'Zeven Man en een meisje'. Op 23 oktober 1951 Verscheen hij voor het eerst op TV als pianist in het showprogramma van Cees de Lange. In 1955 werkte hij samen met Tom "Dorus" Manders, eerst in het theater, later op de radio en televisie, onder andere in het programma "Showboat". Veel bekende liedjes van Dorus waren composities van Steyn, zoals de hit "Twee motten". Cor Steyn werd door Dorus steevast "Meneer Cor Steyn" genoemd. Na zijn werk met Tom Manders kreeg hij nog een aantal eigen programma's. Op 17 november 1965 overleed Cor Steyn op 58-jarige leeftijd aan een hartinfarct in Hilversum. Cor Steyn was één van de bekendste bespelers van het Magic Organ
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Percy Faith - Theme From A Summer Place  Yamaha Genos Roland G70 by Rico
Percy Faith - Theme From A Summer Place Yamaha Genos Roland G70 by Rico Theme from A Summer Place" is a song with lyrics by Mack Discant and music by Max Steiner, written for the 1959 film A Summer Place, which starred Sandra Dee and Troy Donahue. It was recorded for the film as an instrumental by Hugo Winterhalter. Originally known as the "Molly and Johnny Theme", the piece is not the main title theme of the film, but a secondary love theme for the characters played by Dee and Donahue. Following its initial film appearance, the theme has been recorded by many artists in both instrumental and vocal versions, and has also appeared in a number of subsequent films and television programs. The best-known cover version of the theme is an instrumental version by Percy Faith and his orchestra that was a Number One hit for nine weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1960. Percy Faith recorded the most popular version of the theme, an instrumental orchestral arrangement, at the Columbia 30th Street Studio in New York City. It was released in September 1959 as a single on Columbia Records, credited to "Percy Faith and his Orchestra," prior to the November 1959 release of the film A Summer Place. The single was not an immediate hit and did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart until mid-January 1960, finally reaching #1 six weeks later on February 22, 1960.[1] It went on to set an at-the-time record of nine consecutive weeks at #1,[1] a record which would not be broken until 1977, when "You Light Up My Life" spent ten weeks at #1. (Elvis Presley's double-sided hit "Don't Be Cruel/ Hound Dog" remained at #1 for 11 weeks in 1956 prior to the 1958 creation of the Hot 100 chart; The Beatles' "Hey Jude" tied, but did not break, the nine-week record in 1968.)[3] It remains the longest-running #1 instrumental in the history of the chart. Billboard ranked Faith's version as the Number One song for 1960.[4] The Faith version reached #2 in the UK. It was also a #1 hit in Italy under the title "Scandalo Al Sole." Faith won a Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1961 for his recording. This was the first movie theme and the first instrumental to win a Record of the Year Grammy. Faith re-recorded the song twice: first, in 1969, as a female choral version, then, in 1976, as a disco version[3] titled "Summer Place '76." In 2008, Faith's original version was ranked at #18 on Billboard's top 100 songs during the first 50 years of the Hot 100 chart.[5] The Billboard Book of Number One Hits called it "the most successful instrumental single of the rock era." In 1960, Billy Vaughn included an instrumental orchestral arrangement of the theme as the title cut to his album Theme From A Summer Place released on Dot Records, which peaked at #1 on the Billboard LP chart. In 1961, Mantovani recorded an orchestral rendition of the theme for his album Mantovani Plays Music From 'Exodus' and Other Great Themes; the album reached the Top Ten on the UK charts. In 1961, Mexican rock band Los Nómadas recorded an instrumental version of the theme with a "teen pop" arrangement by Bill Aken (credited as Zane Ashton). The record made the top 40 charts in Mexico.[citation needed] In 1961, American instrumentalist Chet Atkins recorded the song for his album Chet Atkins' Workshop. In 1962, American rock and roll duo Santo & Johnny recorded a guitar-based arrangement of the theme for their album Come On In. In 1962, the British instrumental band The Tornados included a guitar-based version on their British EP release More Sounds of the Tornados and on their U.S. LP The Original Telstar: The Sounds of the Tornadoes. In 1966, The Mystic Moods Orchestra recorded an instrumental version on their U.S.LP record album "Nighttide". In 1968, the Jamaican group The Crystalites recorded a rocksteady instrumental version featuring organist Ike Bennett. The song was released as a single under the artist name of "Ike B and the Crystalites", with the song entitled "Illya Kuryakin", although (as an instrumental) it has no overt connection with the spy character Illya Kuryakin from the 1960s TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. apart from this title. In 1969, the American instrumental rock band The Ventures included a cover of the theme on their album Hawaii Five-O, which reached #11 on the Billboard LP chart and was later certified gold. Brad Swanson's album The Whispering Organ Sounds of Brad Swanson (Thunderbird Records) included the song
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Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White Cereza rosa Gummy Mambo Yamaha Tyros 4 & Roland G70 By Rico
Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White Cereza rosa Gummy Mambo On Yamaha Tyros 4 & Roland G70 By Rico "Cereza rosa", or "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" or "Gummy Mambo" is the English version of "Cerisier rose et pommier blanc", a popular song with music by Louiguy written in 1950. French lyrics to the song by Jacques Larue and English lyrics by Mack David both exist and recordings of both have been quite popular. However, Perez Prado's recording of the song as an instrumental with his orchestra featuring trumpeter Billy Regis, whose trumpet sound would slide down and up before the melody would resume, was the most popular version in 1955, reaching number one on the Billboard charts. The most popular vocal version in the U.S. was by Alan Dale, reaching #14 on the charts in 1955. In the United Kingdom, two versions of the song went to number one in 1955. The first was the version by Perez Prado, which reached number one for two weeks. Less than a month later, a version by the British trumpeter Eddie Calvert reached number one for four weeks. In 1982, the British pop group Modern Romance (featuring John Du Prez) had a UK Top 20 hit with the vocal version of the song. In 1961, Jerry Murad's Harmonicats released an album featuring the song, also entitled Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White.
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Amor Amor Amor Luis Miguel Julio Iglesias James Last STyle Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico
Amor Amor Amor Luis Miguel Julio Iglesias James Last STyle Performed On Yamaha Tyros 4 By Rico Style MAde By Markus The007Persuaders Visit his channel So No Midi Just A super style "Amor" is a popular song. The music was written by Gabriel Ruiz, the original Spanish lyrics by Ricardo López Méndez, with English lyrics written by Sunny Skylar. The original title and opening line "Amor, Amor, Amor" became "More and more Amor" in the English version. The song was published in 1943. The two biggest-selling versions in the United States were recorded by Bing Crosby and Andy Russell. The recording by Bing Crosby was released by Decca Records as catalog number 18608. It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on June 29, 1944, and lasted 7 weeks on the chart, peaking at #4. [1] The flip side was "Long Ago (and Far Away)," which also charted, making this a two-sided hit. The recording by Andy Russell was released by Capitol Records as catalog number 156. It first reached the Billboard magazine Best Seller chart on May 25, 1944, and lasted 8 weeks on the chart, peaking at #5. [1] Julio Iglesias has recorded the original Spanish version.
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Moliendo Cafe Improvisation Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Moliendo Cafe Improvisation Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Moliendo Café" is a Venezuelan song that has become popular around the world. The authorship of the song is disputed between Hugo Blanco and his maternal uncle, Jose Manzo Perroni. According to Hugo Blanco, he composed the song in 1958, and since he was not of age (he was 17 years old), he asked his uncle to register the work for him at SACVEN (Sociedad de Autores y Compositores de Venezuela). A few years later, Jose Manzo Perroni sued his nephew for appropriating the work, claiming that it was he who composed the song, and that his nephew had stolen the melody. The first to record "Moliendo Café" was Mario Suárez in 1958; Hugo Blanco did not record it himself until 1961. Blanco's version hit #1 in Argentina and Japan in 1961.[1][2] Cuban singer Xiomara Alfaro's Spanish-language version peaked at #1 in Peru.[3] Lucho Gatica's version of the song peaked at #3 in Spain.[4] Mina's version topped the Italian singles chart and was the #11 track on the end-of-year chart.[5] At present, the song has more than 800 versions in many languages. In Japan, the song's title is "Coffe Rumba". In Indonesia, the song is titled "Kopi Dangdut" and was a hit in that country in 1991. Ricardo Montaner performed a cover of the song on his 2001 album Sueño Repetido. "Moliendo Café" has become a popular chant for soccer fans around the world. The chant is widely known as "Dale Cavese" and has the same tune as the song.
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André Hazes Buona sera Oh Marie Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
André Hazes Buona sera Oh Marie Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico http://www.tmfonline.com/catalogue/midi/detailed/14118/ Andreas Gerardus (André) Hazes (Amsterdam, 30 juni 1951 – Woerden, 23 september 2004) was een Nederlandse volkszanger die vanaf de late jaren 1970 populair was met zijn eigentijdse vorm van het levenslied. Hij geldt als één van de meest succesvolle artiesten van Nederland, maar ook in Vlaanderen. Hazes onderscheidde zich door zijn herkenbare stem en met zijn typische Hazes-nummers. Tot zijn grootste hits behoren Eenzame kerst (1976), Een beetje verliefd (1981), Bloed, zweet en tranen, Ik meen 't (1985), Wij houden van Oranje (1988) en postuum Zij gelooft in mij (2004) en Blijf bij mij (met Gerard Joling, 2007). Hazes bracht minstens 300 verschillende nummers uit op 36 albums (exclusief compilatie-albums). Ook begaf hij zich kortstondig in de gemeentepolitiek (2002). Hazes overleed op donderdag 23 september 2004 na twee hartinfarcten en een hartstilstand. De afscheidsceremonie vond plaats op 27 september 2004 in een bomvolle Amsterdam ArenA. Het eerbetoon werd uitgezonden door de TROS en de VTM, en trok ongeveer 6 miljoen kijkers, waarvan 1 miljoen uit Vlaanderen. Op 23 september 2005 werd, conform de wens van de zanger, een deel van zijn as met tien vuurpijlen de lucht in geschoten vanaf het strand van Hoek van Holland. Op dezelfde dag werd ook zijn standbeeld onthuld op de Albert Cuypmarkt, in de Albert Cuypstraat, te Amsterdam. Louis Prima (né Louis Leo Prima; 7 December 1910 – 24 August 1978) was an Italian-American singer, actor, songwriter, bandleader, and trumpeter. While rooted in New Orleans jazz, swing music, and jump blues, Prima touched on various genres throughout his career: he formed a seven-piece New Orleans-style jazz band in the late 1920s, fronted a swing combo in the 1930s and a big band group in the 1940s, helped to popularize jump blues in the late 1940s and early to mid 1950s, and performed as a Vegas lounge act in the late 1950s and 1960s. From the 1940s through the 1960s, his music further encompassed early R&B and rock'n'roll, boogie-woogie, and even Italian folk music, such as the tarantella. Prima made prominent use of Italian music and language in his songs, blending elements of his Italian identity with jazz and swing music. At a time when "ethnic" musicians were often discouraged from openly stressing their ethnicity, Prima's conspicuous embrace of his Italian ethnicity opened the doors for other Italian-American and "ethnic" American musicians to display their ethnic roots
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Roland Kaiser - Warum hast du nicht nein gesagt feat. Maite Kelly Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 by Rico
Roland Kaiser - Warum hast du nicht nein gesagt feat. Maite Kelly Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 by Rico Kaiser (pseudoniem van Ronald Keiler, Berlijn 10 mei 1952) is een Duitse schlagerzanger die al meer dan 80 miljoen platen heeft verkocht. In 1974 bracht Roland Kaiser zijn eerste single, Was ist wohl aus ihr geworden, uit. De volgende jaren werd hij zeer populair in Duitsland en scoorde hij er veel hits. In 1980 scoorde hij ook in Nederland en Vlaanderen een nummer 1-hit met het nummer Santa Maria. Het zou zijn enige hit in Nederland en Vlaanderen blijven, maar in Duitsland bleef hij hits scoren. Maite Kelly ist das elfte von zwölf Geschwistern der irischamerikanischen Familien-Band Kelly Family. Nach den großen Erfolgen mit ihren Geschwistern machte sie ihren Highschool-Abschluss in den USA. Karriere[Bearbeiten] → Hauptartikel: The Kelly Family Schon früh stand Kelly mit ihren Geschwistern auf der Bühne und war in ganz Europa erfolgreich. Sie trug als Sängerin zu der Band bei und mehrere ihrer Stücke, wie zum Beispiel Every Baby wurden von der Band gespielt und veröffentlicht. 2007 nahm sie schließlich ihr erstes Solo-Album auf und gab zahlreiche Konzerte, deren Einnahmen zum Teil dem Togo-Projekt zugutekamen. Ende 2009 erschien Disneys DVD-Film Tinkerbell – Die Suche nach dem verlorenen Schatz, auf der sie mehrere Lieder singt. 2009 bis 2010 war sie an der Seite von Uwe Ochsenknecht in der deutschen Version des Musicals Hairspray zu sehen. 2011 nahm sie an der Tanzshow Let’s Dance teil, in welcher sie sich im Finale gegen Moritz A. Sachs durchsetzen konnte und Dancing Star 2011 wurde. Ihr Profi-Tanzpartner war Christian Polanc. Am 17. November 2011 gewann Maite Kelly 125.000 Euro beim Prominenten-Special von "Wer wird Millionär?" zugunsten des RTL-Spendenmarathons. 2012 hat Kelly bei Let’s Dance Harald Glööckler in der Jury ersetzt. [2] Kelly moderierte zusammen mit Theo West von Anfang 2010 bis Ende 2012 die damals neu auf ZDFneo ausgestrahlte Docutainmentreihe Da wird mir übel. Für diese Sendung bekam sie zusammen mit West 2012 den UmweltMedienpreis. Ihre Nachfolgerin in der Sendung ist Anastasia Zampounidis. Im September 2011 brachte Maite ihr erstes Soloalbum Das volle Programm heraus. Die Musik komponierte Martin Lingnau, die Texte schrieb Frank Ramond.
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Jennifer Lopez Waiting for Tonight  Performed On Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
Jennifer Lopez Waiting for Tonight Performed On Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico Midi File http://www.tmfonline.com/catalogue/midi/detailed/14140/ Midifile in the style of: Waiting For Tonight – Jennifer Lopez Arranged and copyrighted by www.tmfonline.com "Waiting for Tonight" is a song recorded by American singer Jennifer Lopez for her debut studio album On the 6 (1999). It was released on November 15, 1999 by Epic Records as the second single from the album, and has since been recognized as one of her signature songs. The song was originally recorded by American female pop trio 3rd Party, taken from their only studio album Alive (1997).[3] Upon its release, "Waiting for Tonight" peaked at number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100, earning Lopez her second top ten success on the chart. It also peaked at number five in the United Kingdom. Moreover, the track earned Lopez a nomination for Best Dance Recording at the 2000 Grammy Awards. A Spanish version of the song, entitled "Una Noche Más" ("One More Night"), is also included on the album On the 6. After a series of co-starring film roles, Lopez received her big break came in 1996, when she was cast to play the title role in Selena, a biopic of the late American singer-songwriter Selena.[4] In the film, Selena's real voice is used for the musical sequences in Selena, but Lopez would nonetheless sing the lyrics during the scenes instead of lip syncing.[5] When asked by an interview if Selena inspired her to launch a music career, Lopez stated: "I really, really became inspired, because I started my career in musical theater on stage. So doing the movie just reminded me of how much I missed singing, dancing, and the like..." After filming Selena, Lopez was "really feeling [her] Latin roots" and cut a demo in Spanish.[6] Lopez's manager then sent the song, entitled "Vivir Sin Ti", to Sony Music Entertainment's Work Records, who showed an interest in signing Lopez. Tommy Mottola, the head of the label suggested to her that she sing in English instead.[7] She complied and began recording her debut studio album On the 6. During production of the On the 6, Lopez was aware of the fact that she received her recording contract on the premise of her looks and having an already established name in the entertainment industry, and wanted to prove that she had musical talent.[8] Prior to the debut of her music, critics wondered why she would take the risk of launching a music career. It was noted that: "If the album was a flop, not only would it embarrass Lopez, but it might even damage her career."[9] "Waiting for Tonight" debuted on the Australian Singles Chart at number 35 on October 31, 1999.[18] It rose steadily and reached a peak of four on January 9, 2000; it charted in the top ten for a total of six weeks, and was certified Platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association for shipments of 70,000 units.[18] In Belgium, the song peaked at four in Wallonia and fifteen in Flanders.[19][20] In New Zealand, the song debuted at 42 on the week ending October 31, 1999; it peaked at five on December 5.[21] It was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand for shipment of 7,500 units.[22] In Finland, the song charted for three weeks, peaking at eight.[23] "Waiting for Tonight" also peaked at nine in Canada, and ten in France.[24][25] It was certified Silver in France by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique for shipments of 50,000 units.[26] On the week ending October 16, 1999, "Waiting for Tonight" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at 56 as the "Hot Shot Debut of the Week."[27] As airplay and sales increased, the song rose strongly, jumping to 37 on the Hot 100 the next week with the "Greatest Gainer in Sales" title.[28] On the week ending October 30, 1999, "Waiting for Tonight" topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart and jumped to 25 on the Hot 100.[29] "Waiting for Tonight" entered the top ten of the Hot 100 on the week ending November 27, 1999, reaching a new peak of nine.[30] On December 4, 1999, the song peaked at eight on the Hot 100.[31] It also peaked at four on the US Hot 100 Airplay Chart.
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ABBA Knowing Me Knowing You Klaus Wunderlich Style Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico
ABBA Knowing Me Knowing You Klaus Wunderlich Style Yamaha Tyros 5 Roland G70 By Rico http://www.tmfonline.com/catalogue/midi/detailed/17068/ "Knowing Me, Knowing You" is a hit single recorded by Swedish pop group ABBA. The song was written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson, with Anni-Frid Lyngstad singing the lead vocals. During recording sessions, it had the working titles of "Ring It In" and "Number 1, Number 1". The song is featured on the group's album Arrival, and also on the Gold: Greatest Hits compilation. "Knowing Me, Knowing You" was recorded in 1976 at the Metronome studio in Stockholm and was released as a single in February 1977, becoming one of the group's most successful hits. The B-side was "Happy Hawaii", an arrangement of another ABBA song, "Why Did It Have to Be Me?", but with a different lead vocalist and lyrics. "Knowing Me, Knowing You" was one of the first ABBA songs to deal with the break-up of a relationship. It predates the divorces of the ABBA members, as well as further break-up songs to come: "The Winner Takes It All", "One of Us" and "When All Is Said and Done". Group member Benny Andersson named "Knowing Me, Knowing You" as one of ABBA's best recordings in a 2004 interview, along with "Dancing Queen", "The Winner Takes It All" and "When I Kissed the Teacher". "Conociéndome, Conociéndote" is the Spanish-language version of the song. It was included in the compilation Oro: Grandes Éxitos released in 1993. The music video depicts the band against various colored backdrops singing while facing each other, turning away as a new line is sung. At the end of the video, the band's female members are seen walking away through thick snow. The video was directed by future Academy Award nominee Lasse Hallström and is a landmark in his career alongside most other videos of the band which were directed by him.[ "Knowing Me, Knowing You" proved to be one of ABBA's most successful singles, hitting #1 in Germany (ABBA's sixth consecutive chart-topper there), the United Kingdom,[3] Ireland, Mexico and South Africa,[4] while reaching the Top 3 in Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands and Switzerland. It was also a Top 10 hit in Australia, France, New Zealand and Norway. In the United States, it became ABBA's sixth Top 20 single, peaking at #14 on the Hot 100, and also reached #7 on Billboard's AC chart. In the UK, "Knowing Me, Knowing You" was the biggest single of 1977.[5] It also began a second run of three consecutive #1 singles for ABBA (followed by "The Name of the Game" and "Take a Chance on Me"), the group having already had three consecutive #1 hit singles in 1976.
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Maria Elena  Los Indios Tabajaras Yamaha Tyros 5 By Rico
Maria Elena Los Indios Tabajaras Yamaha Tyros 5 By Rico Hi Guys The Backing Is not Superb But i so much love to play this song like this I hope you like it @ll I wish you all a Super New Year And thank you so much for @ll your Support :) Its Realy Overwhelming ! Greetz Rico "María Elena" is a 1932 popular song written by Lorenzo Barcelata (Spanish words and music). It was published by Peer International Corporation of Mexico.[1] The English words by Bob Russell. The song was dedicated to María Elena, the wife of Mexican President Emilio Portes Gil.[1][2] An instrumental version of the song was used for the background theme of the film Bordertown, starring Paul Muni and Bette Davis, in 1935. The next year the words and music were used in the Mexican film María Elena.[1] Lawrence Welk later introduced the tune in the United States on his radio program, then in 1941 on the Okeh Records label.[1][2] The song was a hit for the Jimmy Dorsey orchestra with Bob Eberly doing the vocals. The recording was made on March 19, 1941 by Decca Records as catalog number 3698. The flip side was "Green Eyes." The record first reached the Billboard magazine charts on May 16, 1941 and lasted 17 weeks on the chart, peaking at #1 on June 14, 1941.[3] Since "Green Eyes" was also a #1 hit, this was a major double-sided hit recording. In the same year the Wayne King Orchestra also had a #2 hit with "Maria Elena". An instrumental version was recorded in 1958 and released in the United States in 1962 by Natalico and Antenor Lima, better known as Los Indios Tabajaras. This popular revival hit No.6 in the Billboard pop chart and No.3 on the Billboard easy listening chart in the USA in late 1963,[4] as well as making No.5 on the UK singles chart at the same juncture. The Shadows performed an instrumental version of this song on their 1967 album Jigsaw. Ry Cooder performed an instrumental version of this song on his 1972 album Boomer's Story. Dick Dale also performed an instrumental version on his 1994 album Unknown Territory.
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