Archive for the ‘Stories of songs’ Category

The Origins For those who are budding music artists, the term ‘Trap’ music comes naturally. Although not many know where this term comes from. To shine a light on it for a second, the word Trap was derived from hip hop, it became a sub-genre of it in the US, particularly in the South early   Read More …

When you think of rock, metal and similar bands, you probably picture lead singers in the front, guitarists and bass players next to them, and then the drummers somewhere in the background. It’s like they never get the credit they deserve for the outstanding skills that significantly add to the rhythm of the whole performance.   Read More …

Categories: Playlist, Stories of songs

Are you trying to get into shape or are you training for the next sports competition? We have the perfect energy booster for you: the best oldies hits that can lift your mood in an instant. Happy, lively and catchy, you feel like dancing and exercising in the same time. Why not, also play them   Read More …

Categories: Stories of songs

After discovering the “You Will Never Walk Alone” success story, I was eager to discover other famous sports songs and anthems. Allbutforgottenoldies.net compiled a fabulous timeline with exciting hits of each decade. So play these tunes, enjoy a cold drink and try the best sports betting sites. 1900: Boola Boola – Allan M. Hirsh (This   Read More …

Categories: Stories of songs

Did you know that… •  35 per cent of all Christmas No. 1s have been cover songs? •  Only four acts have ever had multiple Christmas No. 1s: The Beatles, Queen, Cliff Richard and Spice Girls? •  “Last Christmas” by Wham! is the best-selling UK single never to reach number one? •  “Fairytale of New   Read More …

After I’ve heard for the first time “Forget Him”, Bobby Rydell instantly reached a top place in my ’60s favourite daydreaming playlist. His strong velvety voice is tender and emotional, like a warm comforting embrace given to his listeners. After I’ve seen for the first time Allan Slutsky’s “Standing in the Shadows of Motown”, it became the documentary I can watch over and over again and still   Read More …

“You Don’t Own Me” is a popular song written by Philadelphia songwriters John Madara and David White and recorded by Lesley Gore in 1963, when Gore was just 17 years old. The song reached number 2 on the Billboard Pop Singles Chart in the United States (just behind The Beatles’ “I Want to Hold Your   Read More …

“I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” is a Christmas song with music and lyrics by British songwriter Tommie Connor. The original recording by Jimmy Boyd (1952, when he was just 13 years old) reached No. 1 on the Billboard pop singles chart. It later reached Number 3 in the UK Charts when issued there in   Read More …

Categories: Stories of songs

One of the precious doo-wops I often listen is “Magic Kiss”. It’s one of my favorite oldie of them all and I’m thrilled each time I listen to it. This song is so vivid and strong that it simply makes me wanna get up and dance. These voices are so deep and electrifying so they made me wonder   Read More …

The Beatles made history on this day as the only act ever to monopolize the chart’s top five positions: No. 1: “Can’t Buy Me Love” No. 2: “Twist and Shout” No. 3: “She Loves You” No. 4: “I Want to Hold Your Hand” No. 5: “Please Please Me” In the same Top 100 of April,   Read More …

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