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The songs of the iconic Greek singer Stelios Kazantzidis were translated into Hebrew and performed by the country's leading singers.
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Throughout his career, he went on to write many other songs primarily for children to achieve an iconic acceptance among Turkish children of 1980s and 1990s.
The album's inside packaging included a poster, the lyrics to the songs, and a set of photographs taken by John Kelly during the autumn of 1968 that have themselves become iconic.
" Levitation " ranks among the band's most iconic songs, with its Tommy Hall penned lyrics and its twisted blues sensibilities, while " Postures " displays a distinct Motown influence.
In more recent decades, politicians often chose theme songs, some of which have become iconic ; the song " Happy Days Are Here Again ", for example, has been associated with the Democratic Party since the 1932 campaign of Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Principal photography was finally underway in early 1988 and Temple brought his own ideas to the table, including peppering the background with then modern sounding pop songs, featuring an homage to The Nutty Professor and using iconic model / actress Angelyne in a brief cameo ( the director declared her " the patron Saint of Los Angeles "), but Temple's studious eye for detail caused delays on the set and according to producer Tony Garnett, " The first cut we had of the picture was a problem.
Before presenting the final award, a group of drag queens paid tribute to Madonna wearing her most iconic outfits with a medley of her hit songs.
As an iconic holiday destination, Surfers Paradise has been namechecked in numerous popular Australian songs including:
Now an iconic figure in France, he achieved fame through his elegant songs with their harmonically complex music for voice and guitar and articulate, diverse lyrics ; indeed, he is considered one of France's most accomplished postwar poets.
In the same year, lang released Hymns of the 49th Parallel, which featured cover versions of songs by iconic English-speaking Canadian singer-songwriters: Bruce Cockburn, Leonard Cohen, Joni Mitchell, Ron Sexsmith, Jane Siberry, and Neil Young.
The album was a first in many respects: the first Boston LP to feature electronic drum samples, the first to feature songs not written by either Scholz or Delp, the first Boston LP without original members Barry Goudreau, Sib Hashian and Fran Sheehan ( though Hashian and Sheehan were included in the early recording sessions and Sheehan received a writing credit ), and the first ( and only ) Boston LP without the iconic guitar UFO dominating the cover art, though a small image of it is present.
Many of these songs were re-released by their record labels as a tie-in with the ad campaigns, resulting in increased popularity and sales of the recordings and the creation of iconic visual associations with the music, such as the use of a topless male model wearing jeans underwater in the 1986 adverts featuring " Wonderful World " and " Mad about the Boy " and the puppet, Flat Eric, in the ads featuring music by Mr. Oizo.
Dickerson co-wrote and played on all of War's seminal hits-" Spill the Wine ," " The Cisco Kid ," " Why Can't We Be Friends ?," and the iconic " Low Rider "- supporting and interacting with the songs ' vocal narratives with meaty hooks that sit heavy in the mix.
On November 22, 2010, Alejandro released the live album Dos Mundos: Revolución that includes live versions of songs from his album Dos mundos: Evolución / Dos mundos: Tradición, two unreleased tracks " Tu Sabes Quien ", " Felicidades " and the song " Vamos a darnos tiempo " originally performed by the iconic singer José José.
They not only penned a good deal of Annette ’ s songs, but were also responsible for most of the iconic Disney songs of the 1960s and beyond – “ It's a Small World ” and “ The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room ” for the theme parks, as well as the songs from Mary Poppins, The Jungle Book, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and Bedknobs and Broomsticks.
With songs like " Rusholme Ruffians " and " Suffer Little Children ", Morrissey sang explicitly about Manchester, creating songs that are as iconic of Manchester as the paintings of L. S.
" One of the band's most iconic songs, " Do the Standing Still ," mocked indie rock fans for their reluctance to move during even the band's most frenetic performances, though Morrison himself would occasionally discourage fans from moshing.
Pop singer Kalimba recorded in 2009 the album Amar y Querer: Homenaje A Las Grandes Canciones ( Love and Desire: A tribute to the great songs ) that features some of the most iconic Latin ballads, among them " Amar y querer ", " Desesperado ", " Volcán " and " El Triste ".
" The iconic songs -- Play That Funky Music, and Give Up the Funk -- have become theme songs for the fan favorite.
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The Lesbian or Aeolic school of poetry " reached in the songs of Sappho and Alcaeus that high point of brilliancy to which it never after-wards approached " and it was assumed by later Greek critics and during the early centuries of the Christian era that the two poets were in fact lovers, a theme which became a favourite subject in art ( as in the urn pictured above ).
Housman himself acknowledged the influence of the songs of William Shakespeare, the Scottish Border ballads and Heinrich Heine, but specifically denied any influence of Greek and Latin classics in his poetry.
He composed about 200 songs, some of which were translated into a variety of languages including English, Japanese, Greek, Italian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Persian, Urdu and Arabic.
The word psalms is derived from the Greek Ψαλμοί ( Psalmoi ), perhaps originally meaning " music of the lyre " or " songs sung to a harp " and then to any piece of music.
The Sirens of Greek mythology are often confused with the GorgonsGorgonsportrayed in later folklore as half women-half birds, ( birds sing beautiful, enchanting songs, like the sirens are portrayed to do ); the fact that in Spanish, French, Italian, Polish, Romanian and Portuguese the word for mermaid is respectively Sirena, Sirène, Sirena, Syrena, Sirenă and Sereia, and that in biology the Sirenia comprise an order of fully aquatic mammals that includes the dugong and manatee, add to the visual confusion, so that Sirens are even represented as mermaids.
* Amalia Vaka, a singer of Greek traditional and rembetiko songs with a successful career in the United States.
Alcman's songs were composed in the Greek Doric dialect of Sparta ( the so-called Laconian dialect ).
The type of songs Alcman composed most frequently appear to be hymns, partheneia ( maiden-songs Greek " maiden "), and prooimia ( preludes to recitations of epic poetry ).
His songs often make references to Greek and Roman mythological characters such as the ferryman Charon and the God of wine and pleasure, Bacchus, brought for comic effect into Stockholm's surroundings.
According to Peek and Bunnell, in 1983, Peek even joined the group onstage to perform a few songs during a concert at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles.
His first piano piece, " For a Small White Seashell " (" Για μια Μικρή Λευκή Αχιβάδα "), came out in 1947 and in 1948 he shook the musical establishment by delivering his legendary lecture on rembetika, the urban folk songs that flourished in Greek cities, mainly Piraeus, after the Asia Minor refugee influx in 1922 and until then had heavy underworld and cannabis use connections and were consequently looked down upon.
major compositions, including Rhythmology ( Rythmologia ) for solo piano, his compilation, Gioconda's Smile ( produced by Quincy Jones ), and the song cycle, Magnus Eroticus ( Megalos Erotikos ), in which he used ancient ( Sappho, Euripides ), medieval ( stanzas from folk songs and George Hortatzis ' romance Erophile ) and modern ( Dionysios Solomos, Constantine Cavafy, Odysseus Elytis, Nikos Gkatsos ) Greek poems, as well as an excerpt from the Old Testament book " Wisdom of Solomon ".
He developed his concept of " metasymphonic music " ( symphonic compositions that go beyond the " classical " status and mix symphonic elements with popular songs, Western symphonic orchestra and Greek popular instruments ).
Theodorakis has written more than 1, 000 songs and song-cycles, whose melodies have become part of the heritage of Greek music: Sto Perigiali, Kaimos, Aprilis, Doxa to Theo, Sotiris Petroulas, Lipotaktes, Stis Nichtas to Balkoni, Agapi mou, Pou petaxe t ' agori mou, Anixe ligo to parathiro, O Ipnos se tilixe, To gelasto pedi, Dendro to dendro, Asma Asmaton, O Andonis ...
Theodorakis released two albums of his songs and song cycles on Paredon Records and Folkways Records in the early seventies, including his Peoples ' Music: The Struggles of the Greek People ( 1974 ).
They act as a Greek chorus, intermittently narrating the story through verses of " The Ballad of Cat Ballou ", which, along with the other songs in the film, was written by Mack David and Jerry Livingston.
Due to contractual issues with Columbia, Live at the Greek does not feature any of the band's songs performed with Page.
Instrumental songs often follow the type of chord progressions found in Middle Eastern and Greek music, whereas vocal Yiddish songs are often much simpler, and follow a style and chord progressions similar to Russian folk songs.
* Playback ( Arabic, Croatian, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Serbian, Spanish, Turkish ) — lip sync ( in songs ) / Lip-synching in music
The impact of the Modern Greek Enlightenment is also notable, as well as the influence of the Byzantine Empire's acritic songs, Byzantine novel and romance ( Erotokritos etc.
He is the earliest Greek poet who claims explicitly to be writing for future generations, creating " fame that will reach all of Greece, and never die while the Greek kind of songs survives.
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According to fellow folk singer Joan Baez, it was one of the most requested songs from her audiences, but she never realized its origin as a hymn ; by the time she was singing it in the 1960s she said it had " developed a life of its own ".
The difficulty is heightened when songs merge, as in " Now "/" Later "/" Soon ", because all three have to be performed in the same key, limiting the ability to pick a comfortable key for each singer.
For a compilation album of the Glenmark duo Gemini, Andersson had Björn Ulvaeus write new Swedish lyrics for the re-recording of two old songs ; Ulvaeus also wrote new English lyrics to older Swedish language songs for opera singer Anne Sofie von Otter tribute album " I Let The Music Speak ".
" Boudica has also been the primary subject of songs by Irish singer / songwriter Enya, Dutch soprano Petra Berger, Scottish singer / songwriter Steve McDonald, English metal band Bal-Sagoth, Faith and the Muse and Dreams in the Witching House.
In Tuskegee, they played local parties and fraternity parties playing mostly cover tunes and some original songs with their original singer, James Ingram ( another " James Ingram " – not the more famous solo artist ).
Also included were two songs " sung " by the character Jimmy Thudpucker ( actually actor / singer / songwriter / producer James Allen " Jimmy " Brewer ), entitled “ Stop in the Middle ” and " I Do Believe ", also part of the " Special ".
Anderson paid singer Michael Holliday £ 2, 000 to sing the songs in the shows that were composed by Barry Gray.
Visualizing herself as a singer since her high school years, Hatfield sang in school choirs and briefly played in a cover band called The Squids, which played ( though not exclusively ) Rush songs.
Some low-end machines attempt to provide vocal suppression so that one can feed regular songs into the machine and remove the voice of the original singer ; however, this is rarely effective.
Santiago, in an interview with Mojo, described Deal as being " headstrong and want to include her own songs, to explore her own world " on the band's albums ; eventually she accepted that Francis was the singer and had musical control of the band, but after the Frankfurt incident, " they kinda stopped talking ".
Dederer also played bass in the Seattle band Juke and produced songs for singer / songwriter Gerald Collier.
She also demo-ed songs with Cyril Rawson but the demos were without success, partly due to Twain's wish to become a rock singer, not a country artist.
With Mars playing guitar and then switching to drums, the trio called themselves " Dogbreath " and began covering songs by Aerosmith, Ted Nugent and Yes without a singer.
You're a good singer, and most musicians are probably a little bit nervous about covering your songs ".
Vivekananda was a singer and a poet, and composed many songs and poems including his favourite Kali the Mother.
Folk singer Odetta's album To Ella ( 1998 ) is dedicated to Fitzgerald, but features no songs associated with her.
** Vertinsky, Alexander: Cabaret singer ( 1889 – 1957 )— became known as the " Russian Pierrot " after debuting around 1916 with " Pierrot's doleful ditties "— songs that chronicled tragic incidents in the life of Pierrot.
According to Aristotle, writing nearly two centuries later, Thespis was a singer of dithyrambs ( songs about stories from mythology with choric refrains ).
Richard Leveridge ( or Leueridge ) ( 19 July 1670 – 22 March 1758 ) was an English bass singer of the London stage and a composer of baroque music, including many popular songs.
A two-time Grammy Award-winner known for his distinctive bass voice and romantic image, White's greatest success came in the 1970s as a solo singer and with the Love Unlimited Orchestra, crafting many enduring soul, funk, and disco songs such as his two biggest hits, " You're the First, the Last, My Everything " and " Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe.