THE A TO Z OF SONG TITLES UUU

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THE A TO Z OF SONG TITLES UUU

Postby BigL Bas Man » Tue Jun 09, 2015 9:32 am

by BigL Bas Man Day 19 JUNE 9 2015
Today’s three A to Z tunes titles are from the letter UUU



UNDERFORGETTABLE ~ Nat King Cole https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1UEzL9poPM
This guys voice a never die, wow all through my child hood days, to present day. Nat King Cole was always on the BBC Light Programme’s Housewife’s Choice, the daily request show.I can always remember the 78‘s records we had with Nat King Cole, and the mauve Capitol record label. In latter years years his daughter followed in his footsteps, with a more model mood of music. But one recording she made thanks to todays high tec recording stuff, we always be remember as a classic work of art. That being pairing dad and daughter, duelling in a new take of this million seller, so well produced. Someone not knowing who both was today would find it hard to learn the history of the recording.

UNCLE ALBERT/ADMIRAL HALSEY ~ Paul and Linda McCartney https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DupyAkOZLYA
By 1971 the Beatles had been into almost everything. The release of the‘RAM’ album in early 1971, the band was well going there own ways in producing classy pop, that started to appeal to every a larger market of listeners. This track itself a big hit single in the US, however too date I sure it wasn’t released here in the UK or AU. I may be wrong! The album was well played on the many US FM stations. Long gone are ‘Five By Four’ shows, but we all can listen to the Steve James Beatles hour every Thursday Night at 9PM UK, on
BigL 1 and yeah the foursome from Liverpool 9.........

UNTOUCHED ~ The Veronica’s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKqriTRYInY
I guess listeners to the Big L in Australia and other parts of the world, are aware of The Veronica’s They first hit the top pop tunes with “ Untouched “ in 2007 with this very classy pop release by the girl, twosome band. They created a very sharp, loud pop sound, which boarder between pop and rock. But clearly commercially market for Aria, the Aussie music hit charts. However this first hit by the girls, just missed the top spot in the Australian top 50.
The gals latest single is called ‘You Ruin Me’ and was guesses on Channel 7‘s X Factor.

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