The First Time (Accapella) (Original Mix)
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The First Time (Accapella) (Original Mix)
Kim's debut album, originally released in June 1981, features the singles 'Kids in America', 'Chequered love' and 'Water on glass'.Reissued as an LP for the first time since the Eighties, the album is pressed on limited edition yellow vinyl, remastered from fresh transfers of the original analogue tapes. The original artwork has been faithfully recreated, with the addition of a brand new inner sleeve featuring a stunning portrait shot of Kim plus full lyrics.The 2CD+DVD edition features all the B-sides and alternative mixes from the era, plus a disc of newly created remixes. None of the singles from this album were ever originally issued as 12" mixes but, exclusively for this release, new 2019 mixes of 'Kids In America', 'Chequered Love' and 'Water On Glass' have been created from the original multi track reels. These include faithful Eighties-style extended versions and more radical reinterpretations of these classic hits. The bonus DVD includes promo videos for 'Kids In America' and 'Chequered Love' (including a previously unseen unedited "shower" version), plus four performances from Top Of The Pops.
Kim's second album, originally released in May 1982, features the singles 'Cambodia' and View from a bridge'.Reissued as an LP for the first time since the Eighties, the album is pressed on limited edition white vinyl, remastered from fresh transfers of the original analogue tapes. The original artwork has been faithfully recreated, with the addition of a brand new inner sleeve featuring a stunning colour portrait shot of Kim plus full lyrics.The 2CD+DVD edition features all the B-sides from the era, the previously unreleased out-take 'He Will Be There' and the non-album singles 'Child Come Away' and 'Bitter Is Better'. Six bonus tracks taken from the RAK archive include rough mixes and early versions from various album tracks.Also included are more newly created remixes of 'Cambodia', View from a bridge' and 'Child come away'. The bonus DVD includes promo videos for 'Cambodia', 'View From A Bridge' and 'Child Come Away', plus two performances from Top Of The Pops and one on the BBC's Nationwide Special: The British Rock & Pop Awards.
Kim's third album, originally released in October 1983, features the singles 'Love blonde' and 'Dancing in the dark'.Reissued as an LP for the first time since the Eighties, the album is pressed on limited edition blue vinyl, remastered from fresh transfers of the original analogue tapes. The original artwork has been faithfully recreated, with the addition of a brand new inner sleeve featuring a stunning colour portrait shot of Kim plus full lyrics.The 2CD+DVD edition features the previously unreleased out-takes 'Rain on' and 'Sail on', the Disconet DJ-only extended edit of 'Sparks' plus rough mixes and demo versions of almost all the tracks on the album. New remixes of 'Love blonde' and 'Can you hear it' complete this set.The bonus DVD includes promo videos for 'Love blonde' and 'Dancing in the dark' - the latter is released on DVD for the first time - plus two performances from Top Of The Pops and two more on the BBC shows Harty and Crackerjack, plus a 1984 TV commercial.
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FoundationsThe Foundations were a British soul band, active from 1967 to 1970. The group, made up of West Indians, White British, and a Sri Lankan, are best known for their two biggest hits, "Baby Now That I've Found You", written by Tony Macaulay and John MacLeod; and "Build Me Up Buttercup", co-written by Macaulay with Mike d'Abo, at the time the lead vocalist with Manfred Mann. The group was the first multi-racial group to have a number one hit in the UK in the 1960s
Gel CapsSince 1989, when the original members -- Bill Beasley, Russell Horsch, and Mike Reed -- first appeared together at the Michigan Theater in Jackson, MI for a Christmas show, The GelCaps have drawn a following of fans at car shows, bars, parties and many other events throughout lower Michigan, performing a cappella doo-wop in the traditional streetcorner style. They have performed for actor Jeff Daniels at the Purple Rose Theater in Chelsea, MI and at private parties in his home. In the 1996 election year they wrote and performed a song for Pat Paulsen's Presidential campaign. They also made it onto Zack Butler's list of "Silly Band Names" for March 1, 1999. Their music seems to appeal to all ages -- some people are taken back to younger days and simpler times, while others just appreciate the pure sounds and vocal intricacies of tight a cappella harmonies.
MoonglowsAmong the most seminal R&B and doo wop groups of all time, the Moonglows' lineup featured some of the genre's greatest pure singers. The original lineup from Louisville included Bobby Lester, Harvey Fuqua, Alexander Graves, and Prentiss Barnes, with guitarist Billy Johnson. They were originally called the Crazy Sounds, but were renamed by disc jockey Alan Freed as the Moonglows. The group also cut some recordings as the Moonlighters. Their first major hit was the number one R&B gem "Sincerely" for Chess in 1954, which reached number 20 on the pop charts. They enjoyed five more Top Ten R&B hits on Chess from 1955 to 1958, among them "Most of All," "We Go Together," "See Saw," and "Please Send Me Someone to Love," as well as "Ten Commandments of Love." Fuqua, the nephew of Charlie Fuqua of the Ink Spots, left in 1958. He recorded "Ten Commandments of Love" as Harvey & the Moonglows with Marvin Gaye, Reese Palmner, James Knowland, and Chester Simmons before founding his own label, Tri-Phi. Fuqua created and produced the Spinners in 1961 and wrote and produced for Motown until the early '70s. The Moonglows disbanded in the '60s, then reunited in 1972 with Fuqua, Lester, Graves, Doc Williams, and Chuck Lewis. In 2000 The Moonglows were inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
ShepsThe Sheps are without a doubt one of the most popular acappella groups in the N.Y.- N.J. circuit today. We have the credentials to prove it! The five part vocal group consists of original members, Tommie Shider and Richie Camacho, along with Charles Coleman and Johnnie Barlow. All residing in New Jersey. Tommy Lockhart, the fifth member lives in New York. All five members have "paid their dues" so to speak, as in gaining experience to form one of the most unique blends of harmony today! They are all committed to singing many songs that other groups won't even touch. It is for the fact that they do these obscure songs so well, that it is no wonder that a fan club was formed immediately after their very first performance! Upon receiving awards and plaques over the years, this has not changed the way the guys feel about 'really keeping the music alive!" Also these fellows have one of the highest reputations for being back-up forces for such greats as Pirkle Lee Moses, leader of the Eldorados, Otis Williams leader of the legendary Charms, Ray Wooten, leader of the Mellow Moods, Johnny Bragg, leader of the Prisonaires, Ray Pollard, leader of the Wanderers, the incredible Ruth McFadden, Bobby Mansfield, leader of the Wrens, Harvey Fuqua of the Moonglows, along with an impressive list of many more. With all this going for them, they still find the time to create their original songs in which they are constantly turning out.
A Songwriter(s) award. For a song (melody & lyrics) written specifically for a motion picture, television, video games or other visual media, and released for the first time during the Eligibility Year. (Artist names appear in parentheses.) Singles or Tracks only.
I started writing on piano for the first time when I was 27. That was a big moment for me where I was. I feel like I finally figured it out. It took me a long time: I still don't know how to play the piano, but I know I'm going to figure this out now.
And when you're having a good time, good ideas do come. Even if they are silly at first and they're more openly accepted, and everything in the room is flowing better when those channels of enjoyment are sort of open, and everyone's laughing and having fun and dancing and being silly, that's how you get creative.
And as he stood off the side of the stage waiting for his turn, he was grinning from ear to ear. For him, it was the culmination of all the countless nights he laid awake thinking of better days. He felt a mix of emotions, and for the first time in his life, the reality he was living in finally outdid his imagination. Not to mention that it was Amy Grant, the heroine of his youth, who was singing his song.
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A third influence upon Bill Monroe and the rest of his generation was the music of the day, home-delivered through the new technologies of phonograph and radio. For the first time in history, rural dwellers could readily be exposed to the techniques of white and black performers in a variety of styles: folk and original music; popular ditties from Tin Pan Alley, minstrel shows and vaudeville; and, at least indirectly, the operatic sounds of singers like Jenny Lind or Enrico Caruso. 041b061a72