THE A TO Z OF SONG TITLES RRR

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THE A TO Z OF SONG TITLES RRR

Postby BigL Bas Man » Thu Jun 04, 2015 9:12 am



Posted by BigL Bas Man Day 16 JUNE 4 2015
Today’s three A to Z tunes titles are from the letter RRR



RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD ~ Michael Jackson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8N8XzqzFYaY
B.J.Tho me was really given the honours to claim his version of this hit piece of music from the 1970s. But what about another runner up maybe, well the title above tells you all. Around the mid 1970‘s not 100% sure, enter Michael Jackson, was aware he done a version of the hit, but not really hunted to hear it, nor heard it on the station. But to me Michael Jackson, in the 1970s and 80s with just a few albums and a few hit singles, the guy was totally connected to any disco dance floor. Done some youth disco in mid the 1980s on a Basildon, Essex housing est. Had a bad name, but wow was it so good to see so many young ones enjoy the music.
Remember chatting to a real disco DJ , saying all you need is good sound, and every think Jackson had done........he was right!

REUNITED ~ Peaches And Herbs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaem79tZ6W4

One of those tunes which was some well produced in the late 1970s. The tune was so well planned, every second of 5minutes or so was class and classical, and so easy on your ears. Plus of course a loving tune, that fitted into any hit music station anyway.The not really a lot one can of it. Its class, and just enjoyable to listen. The band had a few disco themed tunes around the time this was released but none matched Reunited.

ROSES ARE RED ~ Ronnie Carroll https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9-hD7V0aDs
The early days of the ‘popular’ music in the 1950s and 60s was quite normal to hear of hit tunes being released by two singers/performers. Not sure why, Ronnie Carroll million seller in the very early 1960s, covered in the US by Bobbie Vinton. However it did get released in the UK, and gave Britain’s Ronnie Carroll version good choice to chose from. However is was a great hit in 1961, worldwide with Ronnie’s version also doing well in Australia, and one guess could be, because of the strong links with both country’s, as it still only cost then£10.00 / $20.00 to move ‘down under.......but a lot more to come back!

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