Original spector recordings, dubbed with orig accapella lead vocal dubbed with additional new backing track. 2 versions here, first is a stripped wall of sound, more vocals, 2nd is more beefy backing
Tonight you're mine completely You give you love so sweetly Tonight the light of love is in your eyes But will you love me tomorrow? Is this a lasting treasure Or just a moment's pleasure? Can I believe the magic of your sighs? Will you still love me tomorrow? Tonight with words unspoken You say that I'm the only one But will my heart be broken When the night meets the morning sun? I'd like to know that your love Is love I can be sure of So tell me now, and I won't ask again Will you still love me tomorrow? (INSTRUMENTAL) So tell me now, and I won't ask again Will you still love me tomorrow? Will you still love me tomorrow? Will you still love me tomorrow?
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Morning class. Students create track using instructions given on day only: working out parts from notation, by ear or by improvising. The class lasts for three hours and a live take is recorded during that time. And Then He Kissed Me - recorded live June 2010, Reid Kerr College, Paisley. Track performed live with an overdub of extra percussion track. Half of the performers are on their second instrument (singer on sax, piano on clarinet, electric bass on double bass, various others). Uploaded for the students by lecturer.
Summer's here and the time is right... A music video compilation for the 1964 hit Dancing in the Street performed by the Martha and the Vandellas. The video is compiled from 7 live and pre-recorded shows that aired over various networks between 1964 and 1966, including some promotional photographs from the same time period. Due to the lesser quality of archival footage this is best viewed at 480p. If you like this compilation please check out the Relix Worx Redux of the 1963 hit "Be My Baby" at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnWOBMQhNBQ or the Redux of the 1965 single "You Baby" by the Ronettes at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KcJ7F4Guv0 Compiled and edited by Relix Worx. Hosted by Namnoiz. Fair Use implied.
Newsflash - Seekers 2013 Farewell Concert released on DVD! See links below for details. Back in 1967, when The Seekers returned home to Australia for a visit, little did they know that their free concert at the Myer Music Bowl in their home town of Melbourne would break attendance records for the Southern hemisphere and TV ratings records for Australia! The concert formed part of the TV special 'The Seekers at Home and Down Under'. The group sang live on the day, but because no promo video existed for the original (1966) hit version of the song, it is this which I've used for the audio, extending the video to include the middle 8 bars. The DVD 'The Legendary TV Specials' with the live audio, (along with all The Seekers' hits and much more) is available to buy & recently spent several weeks at #1! You can see the original clip here for comparison: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-GApOqzgWM Judith Durham's wonderful new CD, 'So Much More' is also available - http://www.theseekers.com.au/merchandise More of these videos on the playlists below: Best of the 60s in stereo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSxwqBJLU8A&list=PL3D56CE5573B8DB1E Reunion Performances: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOlPCmFG2pc&list=PL2D64FCB8BC9B767C The Seekers concluded their Golden Jubilee tour in New Zealand in November 2014, and Judith Durham began her farewell tour there in April 2016. Visit http://www.TheSeekers.com.au and http://judithdurham.com for more info and news, or join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/99634296559/ https://www.facebook.com/TheSeekersOfficial/ https://www.facebook.com/judithdurhamofficial/
By Dj Mário