I Like Chopin – Gazebo Lyrics
8 Aug 2011


Album: Gazebo
Genre: Synthipop
Length: 4:08
Lyrics by: Gazebo, Perluigi Giombini
Label: Baby Record
Release Date: 1983

When you listen about Gazebo maybe you don’t remeber who that person is but when you listen the song I Like Chopin you remember the international italian success.

I Like Chopin was the only single which was so popular by this artist whose real name is Paul Mazzolini. The song was released on his debut self-titled album in 1983 by reaching the number one position in USA, Austria, Switzerland, Germany and Italy, off course.

This artist has continued his musical career but he has never gotten other international hit like that.

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It’s Too Late – Carole King Lyrics
1 Aug 2011


Album: Tapestry
Genre: Jazz Fusion, pop
Length: 3:53
Lyrics by: Carole King, Toni Stern
Label: Ode Records
Copyright: Ode Recrods
Release Date: April, 1971

One of the most influential female singers of all times is Carole King, the American singer who born in New York. Since she was a little child she formed some groups until she reached international fame when released her second album, “Tapestry” in 1971 that won a Grammy Award as Album of the year.

One of the most popular singles of this record was “It’s too Late” which was co-written King and Toni Stern. The single has been used as cover many times and has been featured in differents movies like “Invincible “and “The Lake House”.

This record also included other popular titles like: “Wil You Love Me Tomorrow?”, “I Feel the Earth Move”, “So Far Away” and “You’ve Got a Friend”.

Carole King is going to release her Memoirs in April 2012. The book will be entitled “A Natural Woman“.

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I’m Waiting For The Man – The Velvet Underground Lyrics
1 Aug 2011


Album: The Velvet Underground & Nico
Genre: Rock
Length: 4:39
Lyrics by: Lou Reed
Label: Verve Record
Release Date: March, 1967

One emblematic rock bands during 60′s was The Velvet Underground, title that was inspired on a book written by the journalist Michael Leigh and published in 1963. The group was first named “The Primitives” by the time Lou Reed and John Cale decided to form a band.

The first album of this band was “The Velvet Underground & Nico”. Nico,¬†the superstar of Andy Warhol, who also became their producer.

One of the remarkable singles of the band was I’m Waiting for the Man, a Garage rock song written by Lou Reed. The lyrics is a about a man purchasing 26 dollars worth of heroin in a Harlem Browstone. The one has been considered as one of the best 500 Greatest Songs of All Time by Rolling Stone. I’m Waiting for the Man was ranked at #159.

Nico, ¬†died in 1988 at the age 50 after a bicycling accident where she suffered different injuries. On the other hand, the band was dissolved in 1996, one year later after the death of the electric guitar, Sterling Morrison, who died at age 53 due to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

Recently, Metallica announced that Lou Reed will do a collaboration for their new single. While John Cale, the other singer has continued his career by releasing more then 30 albums until now.

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