The Wilder Brothers - So Rare / Italian Love Song mp3 album
Title: So Rare / Italian Love Song
Size MP3: 1512 mb
Size FLAC: 1675 mb
Format: MIDI RA AU MPC ADX DMF WAV
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An epic love song from the 1965 album Just Once in My Life. There are a variety of versions floating around, but this particular one was immortalized in the film Ghost. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" by Roberta Flack. An iconic song from the 1984 album She's So Unusual, which just so happened to be Lauper's solo debut. It went straight to the top of the charts and garnered a Grammy Award nomination. I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston.
This song was song penned by John Deacon and performed by British rock band Queen. It was originally included on the A Night at the Opera album in 1975 and later released as a single. This song also appeared on the Greatest Hits (1981) album. Deacon wrote the song for his wife, Veronica, to whom he remains married to this day. In this song, he plays a Wurlitzer electric piano in addition to bass guitar. One of the most phenomonally popular love songs with music by Alex North and lyrics by Hy Zaret.
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The Wilder Brothers (pictured) were three actual brothers, Warner, Walter, and George Weidler. Warner and Walter were born in Germany and George after the family immigrated to the United States. They were encouraged by their mother, a former Wagnerian opera singer, to explore both music and acting and appeared in several films as children. After performing as members of successful orchestras, including Les Brown's and Stan Kenton's, the brothers decided to work together. Their earliest work was under the name the Weidler Brothers and consisted mainly of polka music.
Their new album, Born in the Echoes, came out last week, and it sounds like one of those alternate-universe B-sides records where all their ideas over the years have crossed wires and sparked some sort of stylistic time paradox. Their circa-’92 emergence on the DJ circuit postdated the UK’s Second Summer Of Love heyday but gave them a context in which to thrive, where the boundaries of what constituted dance music and the routes to negotiate through it - hip-hop, hardcore, jungle, acid, electro, house, Krautrock, and all points in between - simply gave them more opportunities for weird new routes. There’s no getting around the fact that this is one of those rare times where a video is the definitive way to experience a song, solely because it’s a stunning visualization of the way the song actually sounds.
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