Aretha Franklin first sang this song in the Album "A Natural Woman," released in 1967. The song was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
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Here is my version of Stevie Wonder's huge hit! There is an awesome reason he wrote this song? Do you know why? Google it, it is amazing and very spiritual. Hope you enjoy this rendition, as I get a bit jiggy with it!
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Here is my relaxing version of this wildly famous and enjoyable jazz song. I did my version in a smooth style set to dancing. Kick off your shoes and enjoy!
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B.B. Kings hit blues cover song is here! Did you know the Blues is about living through trials and tribulations, yet coming out of it with flying colors!
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The song Venus was first produced by the Dutch Rock Band Shocking Blue in 1969, and sung by Mariska Veres. This song was written by Robbie van Leeuwen, and the song topped the charts in nine countries. Later, there was a remake in 1986 by the English girl group Bananarama who had a disco take set to harmony. My version is nothing like either of these artists. I made the choice to sing this famous song in a smoother Jazz stylization.
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Please enjoy Dragonfly's version set at a clubbing nightclub, with some rather provocative women who know how to dance and party! This song was originally a parody of about high society women in New York, but I took it to modern times. We all like to have fun, right??
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This beautiful song about reflections and memory was first sung by the fabulous jazz vocalist Tony Bennett. It was written by Johnny Mandel with lyrists by Paul Francis Webster. It was a popular theme song from "The Sandpiper." It won a Grammy Award in 1966 for Record of the Year in the Pop Genre category. Through the years it was reproduced by countless artists, including Sinatra. The song is truly gorgeous, and it will tug on your heart strings. Do we ever really forget those we loved?
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My version is both a dedication to the life of Luther, as well as a dedication to all DADS. I hope you enjoy this gorgeously beautiful song that is about LOVE, and the memories of relationships. Luther's own mother passed away due to complications due to diabetes, and he was barely eight years old. It's no wonder that Luther wrote this dedication.
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I know! It is a real departure from what I usually do, but we all have to mix it up sometimes, right?
Plus, I know, we all like to just dance! I listened to Lady Gaga the other day, and I thought, man alive, she is one extremely talented artist. After undertaking this song, I know she is!
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One of my all time favorite artists has to be Carol King. I love everything about her style, and tried to do it exactly the way she did. I mean, why mess with perfection! Hope you enjoy the humorous film footage!
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Written by Mike Reid and Allen Shamlin, this is a song about heartache and rejection. It was first sung by Bonnie Raitt back in 1990. It was considered Adult Contemporary music, since it dealt with adult issues.
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This song cover was first sung by Billy Joel in 1997, and then widely viewed and appreciated by Adele.
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Written by Arthur Hamilton, and produced by Warner Chappell Music, Inc., this is a bluesy jazz torch ballad is sure to make you reflect about a long lost lover, or another relationship challenge. It was first performed beautifully in 1953 by Julie London, and then, by the Queen of Jazz, Ella Fitzgerald back in 1961. Then, it was recreated again and again, by many vocal artists including Marie Knight, Joe Cocker, Mari Wilson, Denise Welch, and Michael Buble.
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This song was first produced on Broadway in 1948 in Cole Porter's musical "Kiss Me Kate." Then it was sung in 1960 by Ella Fitzgerald and The Paul Smith Quartet. This sizzling fast-paced jazz song, is just too hot for words! Later, it was reproduced again in the movie "Kiss Me Kate," performed flawlessly by the fabulous dancing and singing phenomena, Ann Miller.
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