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Karina Ordell "'Bodies' is about the humanly balance of passion and pain," reveals Molina Devina. "I wrote this song in a moment...I started singing because I liked the echo in my kitchen, but what kept me singing was the crazy situation I was in at
Singer and TV host Joan Regan dies in London, aged 85 Joan Regan had her own BBC television series Be My Guest which ran for several years British singer Joan Regan, who had chart success in the late 50s and early 60s, has died in London at the age
Top Sail Productions' music divisions have closed an exclusive US distribution deal to release an extraordinary catalog of over 2,000 titles, including hit songs performed by such iconic artists as Rick James, The Gap Band, The Chi-Lites, The
Pavarotti debut recording to be released after 50 years Pavarotti performed duets with stars including Frank Sinatra and Bono Luciano Pavarotti's first ever recording is to be released 50 years after he made his British TV debut. The recording, an
Exactly half a century ago today, The Rolling Stones issued their debut, "Come On", a Chuck Berry cover, less than a month after recording it for Decca Records. The quintet recorded the song at Olympic Sound Studios in Barnes, south west London, on
Sam Cooke's mystery hit is lost to history Jerry Osborne answers as many questions as possible through this column. Write him at Box 255, Port Townsend, WA 98368, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit his website: jerryosborne.com...Unfortunately, even
Lessons From The Beatles' Biggest Failure What the Beatles' early failures can teach you about staffing, timing, market research, and product development. Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison in a promo photo for Sgt...The words "
The decision by a Decca Records' executive still stands as one of the worst judgement calls made in music history. Within months John, Paul, George and original drummer Pete Best had signed with EMI and went on to become the greatest band of all time.
Classical guitarist Milos on South American influence 13 June 2012 Last updated at 10:13 ET Classical guitarist Milos has praised the South American music which influenced his second album, Latino. His debut album, Mediterraneo, topped classical
Huff/Post50 EditorAt-Large Rita Wilson has always pushed the creative envelope, flexing her muscles as an actress, producer and Broadway performer. This time she ventures into new territory, releasing her debut solo album: AM/FM on Decca Records.