The #1 Conkyjoe music video in 2009. Over 2.4 million views. A classic song on a classic Miami TV show, "Saturday Hop" with legendary DJ- VJ host, Rick Shaw. Neil should be in the R&R Hall of Fame. ¸PLEASE SIGN OUR PETITION ¸.•*´¯)¸.•*´¯) Neil Sedaka fans believe it's high time for Neil to get inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame. http://www.sedaka.be/neil_sedaka_petition/entry.htm PLEASE, CLICK HERE to sign the petition, started by Neil Sedaka fans!
Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show. December 05, 1959
"Laughter in the Rain" is a song recorded by Neil Sedaka, composed by him with lyrics by Phil Cody. It includes a 20-second saxophone solo by Jim Horn. Cody reports writing the lyrics in about five minutes after smoking marijuana and falling asleep under a tree for a couple of hours. In the USA, "Laughter in the Rain" reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on February 1, 1975 (it was his first single to top the Hot 100 since 1962). The song spent two weeks at the top of the adult contemporary chart. The song was likewise a major hit in Canada, reaching number two on the pop singles chart and number one on the Adult Contemporary chart. The song was also released in the UK where it spent nine weeks on the Singles Chart, peaking at No. 15 on June 22, 1974
American Bandstand. December 12, 1964. If you take notice, at 1:12-1:14, that's Freddie Cannon in the audience who is laughing and gives Neil a wave.
MUSIC: Neil Sedaka / LYRICS: Phil Cody Released in the U.S. in the Fall of 1974, "Laughter in the Rain" reached #1 on the Billboard Top 100 chart on February 1, 1975. It was Sedaka's comeback hit in America (after a string of hit singles in the early 1960s), and the first of several 70s hits for him. The song had previously been a hit in England, where it was first released. Audio: The 1974 single version Video: Neil's live performances on "Sedaka in Concert", and a 1983 BBC broadcast
Neil and Dara Sedaka - Should've Never Let You Go I love this song and I've never see a decent video. Then I decided to edit the only one there and share it with you. The song that can find them at amazon.com The album is Neil Sedaka - In The Pocket For Neil and Dara Sedaka fan : https://www.facebook.com/neilsedakamusic?rf=197011813664293 Neil and Dara Sedaka - Should've Never Let You Go - Lyrics Neil: When you walk into a room Your beauty steals my breath away Dara: When you look into my eyes I find it hard to find the words to say Neil: Wanna run away and hide I just got to let you know Feel so tangled up inside I should have never let you go singers: (should have never let her go) Dara: Anyone can make mistakes And we both have made our share Neil & Dara: But a life without your love Is a life too hard to bear Dara: I don't care who's right or wrong Only know I love you so Neil: Why did I have to write this song I should have never let you go Neil & Dara: Why in all the wide, wide world Have I run into you here Wish I could disappear Dara: I'll never understand Neil: I'll never understand Dara: Why I even give a damn Neil: When you walk into a room You know I stand on shaky ground Neil & Dara: I've built so many walls around me Now the walls are tumbling down Dara: You're the kind I can't forget Neil: Let the tears begin to flow Dara: I have only one regret I should have never let you.....go Should have never let you go Neil: Should have never let you go Dara: Should have never let you go Neil & Dara: Should have never let you go
Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen · Neil Sedaka Sings His Greatest Hits ℗ Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music Misc. Prod.: Herman Diaz, Jr. Conductor, Arranger: Alan Lorber Producer: Chick Crumpacker Composer, Lyricist: Howard Greenfield Engineer: Jay Newland Engineer: Glen Kolotkin Misc. Prod.: Paul Williams Auto-generated by YouTube.
#1 hit single in America in 1975, with Elton John on back up vocals and David Foster on keyboards. Written by Neil Sedaka and Phil Cody for Sedaka's album "The Hungry Years" on Elton John's record company Rocket Records. The song held the #1 spot for three weeks, until it was replaced by Elton's own "Island Girl". Elton's backing vocals really made the song - and it's catchy as Hell! :o)
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RZomurRUvFQn8f71lbFyw/videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBHwRJSoTsXIHL06dBYTIpKBHCYp1_Znc PAUL ANKA 01. DIANA 02. PUT YOUR HEAD ON MY SHOULDER 03. LONELY BOY 04. TIME TO CRY 05. PUPPY LOVE 06. YOU ARE MY DESTINY NEIL SEDAKA 07. YOU MEAN EVERYTHING TO ME 08. I MUST BE DREAMING 09. THE DIARY 10. CALENDAR GIRL 11. HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEET SIXTEEN
Neil Sedaka's Greatest Hits... minus his actual greatest hits. Still... one HELL of an album of his later stuff! 1. Laughter In The Rain 00:00 2. Standing On The Inside 02:50 3. The Immigrant 06:39 4. Love Will Keep Us Together 11:02 5. The Hungry Years 14:38 6. That's When The Music Takes Me 18:42 7. Bad Blood 22:17 8. Lonely Night (Angel Face) 25:25 9. Love In The Shadows 28:40 10. Solitaire 32:02 11. Steppin' Out 37:04 12. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do 40:22