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Although Collins used it as a catharsis for her opposition to the Vietnam War, two years after her rendition, the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, senior Scottish regiment of the British Army, recorded an instrumental version featuring a bagpipe soloist accompanied by a pipe and drum band.
It was recorded in her presence on October 21, 1958, at Decca's Pythian Temple, with Dick Jacob, Coral-Brunswick's new head of Artists and Repertoire, serving as both producer and conductor of the 18-piece orchestra, which included members of the New York Symphony Orchestra, NBC Television's house orchestra and Abraham " Boomie " Richman, formerly of Benny Goodman's band.
In 1962 and 1963, with his next band, Harmoniler (" The Harmonies "), he recorded cover versions of some of popular American twist songs and rearrangements of Turkish folk songs in rock and roll form, marking the beginning of the Anatolian rock movement, a synthesis of Turkish folk music and rock.
He recorded several singles and toured with the band, both domestically and internationally, until the band members revealed that they did not want to live abroad.
After the success of " Dağlar Dağlar ", Manço recorded a couple of singles with Moğollar ( The Mongols ), another influential Turkish Anatolian rock band.
Among his various musical credits, Mumy has recorded and written songs with America, toured with Shaun Cassidy, and played in Rick Springfield's band in the film, Hard to Hold.
In 1971, the Irish band Skara Brae recorded its first and only LP ( simply called Skara Brae ), all songs in Irish.
Mill a h-Uile Rud ( a Scottish Gaelic punk band from Seattle ) recorded in the language in 2004.
However, with the exception of the Grammy Award-winning " Nightshift " (# 3 in the U. S., a tribute to Marvin Gaye and Jackie Wilson ; in 2010 a new version was recorded dedicated to Michael Jackson ), the band never achieved the same level of success it had enjoyed with Richie.
* Cradle of Filth, a popular British extreme metal band, has produced an album called Dusk ... and Her Embrace inspired by " Carmilla ", and have also recorded an instrumental track titled " Carmilla's Masque ".
Within the record, joke commercials recorded by the band and actual jingles from recently outlawed pirate radio station Radio London were interspersed between the songs, ranging from pop songs to hard rock and psychedelic rock, culminating with a mini-opera titled " Rael.
* The Spanish nazi music band ' División 250 ' also recorded a song about Petacci called ' Clara '
The reference is to a lounge cover of the song, recorded by the band Nouvelle Vague, played during a scene in the Planet Terror segment of Grindhouse, although no rape takes place, and in fact the would-be rapist is killed by the would-be victim.
The rich orchestral accompaniment that became identified with the disco era conjured up the memories of the big band era — which brought out several artists that recorded and disco-ized some big band arrangements including Perry Como, who re-recorded his 1929 and 1939 hit, " Temptation ", in 1975, as well as Ethel Merman, who released an album of disco songs entitled The Ethel Merman Disco Album in 1979.
Also in 1947, the Whiskey à Go-Go nightclub opened in Paris, France, considered to be the world's first commercial discothèque, or disco ( deriving its name from the French word meaning a nightclub where the featured entertainment is recorded music rather than an on-stage band ).
" The band members were asked to write their own parts and Mark Mothersbaugh scored and recorded much of the soundtrack, his first of many.
During discovery, Lewis produced articles, promotional materials, documentary evidence and an interview recorded at the Akron Art Institute following the premiere of In the Beginning was the End in which Mothersbaugh and other band members credited Lewis with developing the theory of de-evolution, and the band quickly settled for an undisclosed sum.
The song " Baby Doll " was used in the film Tapeheads, with newly recorded Swedish lyrics, and was credited to ( and shown in a music video by ) a fictitious Swedish band called Cube-Squared.
It features mostly new material, plus re-recordings of four very obscure Devo songs: " I Need A Chick " and " I Been Refused " ( from Hardcore Devo: Volume Two ), " Find Out " ( which appeared on the single and EP of " Peek-A-Boo " in 1982 ), and " Beehive " ( which was recorded by the band in 1974, at which point it was apparently abandoned with the exception of one appearance at a special show in 2001 ).
* The indie rock band The Essex Green recorded a song titled " Elsinore " for their 2006 album Cannibal Sea.
The band recorded videos for all the songs on the album.
To this end, manager Jim Dickson instigated a loose session where the band recorded several honky tonk staples from their live act, contemporary pop covers in a countrified vein (" To Love Somebody ", " Lodi ", " I Shall Be Released ", " Honky Tonk Women "), and Larry Williams ' " Bony Moronie ".

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In 1974, German electronic music band Kraftwerk released the 22-minute song " Autobahn ," which takes up the entire first side of that LP.
This caused the band to abandon the plans for a " Shout " video LP, as well as their tour for the album.
During the recordings for the band's second LP, Wood left the band taking cellist McDowell and horn player Hunt with him to form Wizzard.
The band embarked on their last world tour to date to promote the LP.
The album's release was followed by news that there would be no tour to promote the LP, that drummer Bevan was now playing drums for Black Sabbath and that bassist Kelly Groucutt had left the band.
In the early 1980s, Jarmusch was part of a revolving lineup of musicians in Robin Crutchfield's Dark Day project, and later became the keyboardist and one of two vocalists for The Del-Byzanteens, a No Wave band whose sole LP Lies to Live By was a minor underground hit in the United States and Britain in 1982.
When " Out of Step " was rerecorded for the LP Out of Step, MacKaye inserted a spoken section explaining, " This is not a set of rules ..." An ideological door had already been opened, however, and by 1982, some straight-edge punks, such as followers of the band SS Decontrol, were swatting beers out of people's hands at clubs.
" BeMusic " was a name the band used for their publishing company ( and the LP label for Movement says " B Music " in large letters, though using an italic ß for the letter B ).
The stark cover design of Wire ( band ) | Wire's debut LP, Pink Flag, symbolized the evolution of punk style.
The speed discrepancy ( being about 3. 5 % slow ) was brought to Bruce Botnick's attention by a Brigham Young University professor, who noted that all the video and audio live performances of The Doors performing the song, the sheet music, and the statements of band members show the song in a key almost a half step higher than the stereo LP release.
Following the completion of their second LP, the band embarked upon a two week tour of Irelend before touring continental Europe for the first time in March.
Later the same month, the band returned to Wisseloord Studios to complete the recording of the LP.
By this stage in their career, the band were acutely aware of the pressure they were under from EMI, who were unhappy with the lack of chart success of much of the material the band had released since their Positive Touch LP in 1981.
When asked for a band name Jones saw a Muddy Waters LP lying on the floor of which one of the tracks was " Rollin ' Stone ".
In 1979, creative differences pulled the band in different directions, leading to the Document and Eyewitness LP ( 1981 ), a recording of a live performance that featured, almost exclusively, new material, which was described as " disjointed ", " unrecognizable as rock music " and " almost unlistenable ".
As the band became the flag bearer for the local scene, a larger independent label, Slash Records, signed the band to issue its first LP.
The group's second LP, Queen II, was released in 1974, and features rock photographer Mick Rock's iconic image of the band on the cover.
This arrangement was issued on their second LP, In the Wake of Poseidon, although for copyright reasons it was renamed " The Devil's Triangle " and Robert Fripp claimed authorship, with Holst receiving no composer credit. A third progressive-rock band, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, performed an arrangement of " Jupiter " with lyrics which they entitled " Joybringer ". Black Metal / Viking Metal band Bathory arranged a section of " Jupiter " as the melody of the song " Hammerheart ", from the album Twilight of the Gods.
The Basque country band Berri Txarrak record a LP / CD called Payola.
After the Synchronicity tour ended in March 1984, the band went on hiatus while Sting recorded and toured in support of his successful solo debut LP, the jazz-influenced The Dream of the Blue Turtles, released in June 1985, Copeland recorded and filmed The Rhythmatist ( 1985 ) and Summers recorded another album with Robert Fripp ( Bewitched, 1984 ) and the theme song for the film 2010.
The LP was a commercial disappointment that spun off no charting singles in the UK, and the band was dropped from their long-time A & M label.

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