“Self Control” is a song by Italian singer Raf, released in 1984. The song was covered the same year by American singer Laura Branigan. Her version first hit no. 1 in Germany on June 15, 1984. The song has become one of the defining songs of the 1980s, with a number of remakes recorded each year.Sigue leyendo
Just to celebrate the ephemeris.
“Where Is My Man” is a song by the American singer and actress Eartha Kitt, which appeared on her 1984 album I Love Men. The song was first released in France as a single where it was wildly successful. The song features Kitt singing in a low, seductive-sounding voice. Included in the song are some sounds that have come to be associated with Kitt, including a purring sound similar to one she made while portraying Catwoman on the 1960s TV series Batman. The lyrics to the song detail specific things the singer expects to receive from her future lover.Sigue leyendo
“Get the Party Started” is a song by American recording artist Pink, released as the first single from her second album, titled Missundaztood (2001). It became an international hit and reached the top ten in many countries, peaking at number one in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Romania, Spain, and Wallonia. The song was Pink’s biggest-selling song at that time.Sigue leyendo
This song from Life of Brian by Monty Python seemed to me very appropriate to cheer up these times we live. From what I heard, they were filming the last scene of the movie and were all bored and hot sitting up on their crucifixes. So Eric Idle started singing a little ditty. Everyone liked it so much that they decided to use it. It has since become one of their most popular songs.Sigue leyendo