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Electric Light Orchestra lyrics and translations to French, discography and site news. Mr. Blue Sky - / Live At The Entertainment Centre, Sydney, Australia, --, 0. Livin' Thing - / Live .. Little Town Flirt (Previously Unreleased), --, 0. This is a list of songs and artists that Jeff Lynne has produced. This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. Contents. 1 Electric Light Orchestra of the Blue. All music and lyrics were written by Jeff Lynne. "On the Run" ( Home Demo); "Second Time Around" (Home Demo); "Little Town Flirt". All Songs Written. Electric Light Orchestra All music and lyrics were written by Jeff Lynne. " Standin' in the Rain"; "Big Wheels"; "Summer and Lightning"; "Mr. Blue Sky" " On the Run" (Home Demo); "Second Time Around" (Home Demo); "Little Town Flirt".
Max Crook took the name Maximilian, a clever king-like name that sounded authoritative. Balk decided to scrap the session, and that there was no hope for a single. Lonely and Seventh Hour were given to Johnny and the Hurricanes to record. They released just one, Mr. Shannon, depressed about the failing session, was encouraged by McLaughlin and Balk to write something a little more uptempo. Demo tapes were sent off to McLaughlin, who heard a snippet of a song called Little Runaway, which had been recorded over.
McLaughlin asked Shannon and Crook to re-record the song.
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McLaughlin liked what he heard and drove to Detroit again to sit with Balk and Micahnik to negotiate another recording session. McLaughlin pressed hard, believing highly in the potential of this Little Runaway song. Harry Balk called Shannon and told him that he would set up another session. Shannon and Crook made the long mile trip to New York by car to record the session. It was the middle of winter, and the heater broke in the car. Del and Max brought their wives with them, Shirley and Joann.
They wrapped blankets around them in the back seat to keep warm. Max was allergic to smoke, and Del smoked cigars.
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Bell Sound was one the first professional 4-track recording studios in the world at the time, and Balk and Micahnik were willing to pay the top dollar to get a professional recording slicked. Shannon again was nervous in the recording studio, as he felt overshadowed by such talented musicians. Bill Ramal was a master of arrangements, and here was Del, just a guy who wrote a hit song.
He set up his musitron in the recording studio as the session men and engineers gawked. Harry Balk produced the session, running around the place with an iron fist. Plug that cord in. He had a great ear for music and sound, and used threats and force as a means to accomplish what he needed done in a hurry! Balk was a good organizer, and he chose his session players carefully.
Although Shannon was an accomplished guitarist, he was never given much opportunity to play it in his years with Bigtop. The recording session lasted just three hours, and everyone seemed to know they had laid down a few good tracks. Runaway was played to distributors via a telephone hook-up in the control room, where distributors across the country could hear a rough mix and pre-order before it went to press.
Runaway was released on Bigtop Records in February of and it began immediately to climb the charts.Electric Light Orchestra - Little Town Flirt
By March, Balk was on the phone calling Shannon at the club and telling him Runaway was indeed a runaway…selling 80, records a day.
Shannon asked if that meant he could quit the club. Harry replied in the affirmative and told Shannon to get to New York as quickly as possible. A show had been scheduled at the Paramount Theatre in Brooklyn.
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Runaway made Shannon an instant star. His bio was written by his manager Irving Micahnik, who changed the married 26 year old singer with two kids into a 21 year old milk drinking superstar, unmarried and available to all young women, with no attachments. When wife Shirley traveled with him on tour, she was billed as his sister. Shannon was not allowed to play guitar on stage. He was forced to wear iron-pressed suits and snap his fingers like Frank Sinatra. This was not an uncommon practice.
Shannon sang his only hit Runaway four times a day at the Paramount. Shannon was joined by his mother and father, and felt he had finally proven himself in the eyes of many in his hometown, including his high school principal, Russell Conran, who mentored Shannon and managed to keep him in school. Shannon had very high regard for this man and in later years always made a point of visiting him as if he were family. But the small town thinking still lurked in the background. Shannon was not allowed to sing Runaway to the high school student body.
It was feared by the school faculty that if Shannon sang, the youngsters would get out of control. After his speech, Shannon was to receive the key to the city from the Coopersville mayor. The mayor never showed up. Rock and Roll was not yet accepted in this small town, much in the same respect as blacks or Hispanics. That night, Shannon played Runaway and a few other numbers on Main Street in downtown Coopersville on the back on a flatbed truck.
Max Crook joined him. Police protection was necessary in case a riot or frenzy broke loose. Bobby and Dion took the farm boy out of Shannon and slicked him up with a new hairstyle and some Italian suits. Shannon supplied only vocals, while session ace Al Caiola played guitar. Hats Off To Larry was released in the summer of and took the fifth spot on the charts as Runaway worked its way down. With a second hit on their hands, Balk brought Shannon back into the studios to cut a few more tracks to make an album.
In truth, the latter two probably should have never seen the light of day. So Long Baby went to 28 on the American charts. Little Girl also broke the American Top 40 at 38, giving Shannon a string of four hits in just his first year as a recording artist.
Ginny In the Mirror bombed miserably, and soured Harry Balk who was against the session to begin with. Balk advised Micahnik he was going to fly out Shannon to Nashville to search for new material and a new sound. In Nashville, they found what they were looking for: Boots Randolph and the Jordanaires were featured, among other Nashville regulars. If you choose to log in to your account with or through a social networking service, we and that service may share certain information about you and your activities.
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Should you choose to do so, information you provide specifically in connection with those products and services may be shared with these businesses and subject to their privacy policies. With the exception of a reformation in —01, ELO remained largely inactive for the next three decades. From toELO accumulated twenty Top 20 songs on the UK Singles Chart, the band also holds the record for having the most Billboard Hot Top 40 hits,20, of any band in the US chart history without having a number one single.
On April 7, ELO will be inducted into the Rock, the bands name is an intended pun based not only on electric light but also using electric rock instruments combined with a light orchestra. Jeff Lynne, frontman of fellow Birmingham group the Idle Race, was excited by the concept, in Januarywhen Carl Wayne left the Move, Lynne accepted Woods second invitation to join the band on the condition that they focus their energy on the new project.
To help finance the band, one further Move album Message from the Country was also recorded during the lengthy ELO recordings. However, this line-up did not last for long, first Craig departed, and then Wood, during the recordings for the bands second LP and taking Hunt and McDowell with him, left the band to form Wizzard.
Both cited problems with their manager, Don Arden, and a tour of Italy. ELO also made their first appearance on American Bandstand show, the resulting album, On the Third Day, was released in latewith the American version featuring the popular single Showdown. For the bands album, Eldorado, A Symphony, a concept album about a daydreamer, Lynne stopped overdubbing strings and hired an orchestra 2.
He is widely considered one of the leading Romantic era composers, the Edvard Grieg Museum in Troldhaugen is dedicated to his legacy. The family name, originally spelled Greig, has Scottish origins, after the Battle of Culloden inGriegs great-grandfather, Alexander Greig, traveled widely, settling in Norway aboutand establishing business interests in Bergen. Edvard Grieg was raised in a musical milieu and his mother was his first piano teacher and taught him to play at the age of six.
In the summer ofGrieg met the eminent Norwegian violinist Ole Bull, Bull recognized the year-old boys talent and persuaded his parents to send him to the Leipzig Conservatory, the piano department of which was directed by Ignaz Moscheles.
Grieg enrolled in the conservatory, concentrating on the piano, and enjoyed the many concerts and he disliked the discipline of the conservatory course of study. An exception was the organ, which was mandatory for piano students, in the spring ofhe survived two life-threatening lung diseases, pleurisy and tuberculosis. Throughout his life, Griegs health was impaired by a left lung. He suffered from respiratory infections, and ultimately developed combined lung.
Grieg was admitted many times to spas and sanatoria both in Norway and abroad, several of his doctors became his personal friends. InGrieg went to Copenhagen, Denmark, and stayed there for three years and he met the Danish composers J. Hartmann and Niels Gade. He also met his fellow Norwegian composer Rikard Nordraak, who became a good friend, Nordraak died inand Grieg composed a funeral march in his honor. On 11 JuneGrieg married his first cousin, Nina Hagerup, the next year, their only child, Alexandra, was born.
Alexandra died in from meningitis, in the summer ofGrieg wrote his Piano Concerto in A minor while on holiday in Denmark.
Edmund Neupert gave the concerto its premiere performance on 3 April in the Casino Theater in Copenhagen, Grieg himself was unable to be there due to conducting commitments in Christiania 3.
Chuck Berry — Charles Edward Anderson Chuck Berry was an American guitarist, singer and songwriter and one of the pioneers of rock and roll music.
With songs such as Maybellene, Roll Over Beethoven, Rock and Roll Music, Goode, Berry refined and developed rhythm and blues into the major elements that made rock and roll distinctive. Writing lyrics that focused on teen life and consumerism, and developing a style that included guitar solos and showmanship. Born into a middle-class African-American family in St.
Louis, Missouri, Berry had an interest in music from an early age, while still a high school student he was convicted of armed robbery and was sent to a reformatory, where he was held from to After his release, Berry settled into married life and worked at an assembly plant. By earlyinfluenced by the guitar riffs and showmanship techniques of the blues musician T-Bone Walker and his break came when he traveled to Chicago in May and met Muddy Waters, who suggested he contact Leonard Chess, of Chess Records.
With Chess, he recorded Maybellene—Berrys adaptation of the country song Ida Red—which sold over a million copies, reaching number one on Billboard magazines rhythm and blues chart. By the end of the s, Berry was a star, with several hit records and film appearances. He had also established his own St. Louis nightclub, Berrys Club Bandstand, but in Januaryhe was sentenced to three years in prison for offenses under the Mann Act—he had transported a year-old girl across state lines.
His insistence on being paid in cash led in to a jail sentence and community service.