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Home Life Challenges. So, take in the following most inspirational quotes on life and empower yourself to succeed: 1.
We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. One day your life will flash before your eyes. Dancing On The Ceiling continues to tap this mother lode of Garner's work, and again, marks his unique, and ongoing impact in the music firmament.
Even in a milieu where split-second spontaneity is common currency, there are precious few "naturals. During that half century he created, to appropriate the title of Magritte's famous surrealist painting, an "empire of light.
How many pianists can claim to have splendidly bolstered Charlie Parker on one of Bird's all-time swingers 's Cool Blues and wowed my grandmother sometime during the mid-to-late '50s - hers and this century's - at the Embers in New York? In clubs and concert halls and on numerous LPs and television shows Garner, who read nary a note but whose ear was as encyclopedic as it was acute, enraptured his listeners with flashing odes to joy and swelling, smoldering ballads.
Of course, the man's sheer vitality and force of personality assure us that these are hardly museum pieces, though the Garner orthodoxy has since been supplemented by those of Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Herbie Hancock, and Keith Jarrett.
But the very name of Rodgers and Hart's tune that serves as the title selection here seems a perfect evocation of Erroll's orchestral sound and effervescent rhythms, as well as the mood elevation they induced. Unlike most other pianists, Garner, I understand, was not obsessively protective of his invaluable hands. Relatively short but remarkably flexible, they built tremolos of spellbinding tension which melted into sweet release; hit a groove faster than anyone with the possible exception of Wynton Kelly whose serendipitous work owed much to Garner's ; and embroidered melodies from Broadway, Hollywood, Tin Pan Alley, and his own right brain, while his left hand played, in effect, the niftiest rhythm guitar outside of Freddie Green.
Listen to how he introduces the venerable It Had To Be You, one of the six numbers herein he had recorded previously. Striking twenty-two playfully dissonant chords, unusually arranged in groups of four, eight, and ten, it's as if he's rousing a dozing geezer from his chair and onto the dance floor. Then we're again on terra firma, thanks to that renowned left hand, while the right once more places its owner on the board of governors, with Lester Young, Hank Mobley, and, more recently, Willie Nelson, of the Tantalizingly Behind The Beat Society.
There are many similarly typical pleasures in this package: the intro to Crazy Rhythm, full of comically schizzy contrasts; the allusive finger-pointing to "Louise" as the one who's jilted him in After You've Gone -- and the locked hands, double-time flourish at the tune's climax; the stride and stutter-step at the beginning of Our Love Is Here To Stay; the urbane blues and sustained late-night mood of his blues, Like Home; the sexy rhumba that is What Is This Thing Called Love?
The lyrics of "Heat Wave" feature the song's narrator singing about a guy who has her heart "burning with desire" and "going insane" over the feeling of his love, and asking, "is this the way love's supposed to be? Produced and composed with a gospel backbeat, jazz overtones and, doo-wop call and responsive vocals, "Heat Wave" was one of the first songs to exemplify the style of music later termed as the "Motown Sound".
Some versions of the song have a radio edit that cuts out the repetition of the ending of the instrumental portion of the song, which is in one key, featuring the repeated saxophone and piano portion.
In a version issued on the compilation Gold , the instrumental is extended as well as the ending portion, which includes Reeves singing more ad-libs while her group mates continue to sing the word "burning" repeatedly.
The success of "Heat Wave" helped popularize both Martha and the Vandellas and Holland-Dozier-Holland,  while cementing Motown as a strong musical force. The Martha and the Vandellas version was featured in the film The Boys in the Band , in a scene in which several of the characters perform an impromptu line dance to the recording.
In the film Sister Act , Whoopi Goldberg sings the song arranged by Marc Shaiman as part of her Vegas nightclub act saluting '60s girl groups. Ronstadt's sideman Andrew Gold told Rolling Stone : "[her] band had been trying to get Linda to add it to her [live] set for quite awhile [ sic ] One of us yelled out 'Heat Wave in D' and we did it. So we kept the song in our set. Michael Epstein the manager of My Father's Place states he was responsible for Ronstadt's singing "Heat Wave" at his club: when Ronstadt went backstage after advising the audience she and the band had no more material Epstein says he suggested Ronstadt perform "Heat Wave" writing down the lyrics and playing some chords on a guitar to help her band improvise.
According to the Rolling Stone article the perfectionism of Ronstadt's producer Peter Asher "led to many, many hours of work on 'Heat Wave' in a process that would [likely] amuse the old-line Motown musicians involved in the almost assembly-line approach that resulted in hits including Martha and the Vandellas' recording of the song. In , Phil Collins remade "Heat Wave" for his cover album , Going Back , with the track serving as lead single, the first Phil Collins' single release in over five years.
There was one moment when they were tracking 'Heat Wave' that I experienced a wave of happiness and wonder that this was actually happening to me! On 31 July , Atlantic Records unveiled the music video to support Collins' "Heat Wave"  with the singer shown performing the song with a large ensemble of musicians and backing vocalists who performed with him during several showcases promoting the album in the summer of From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Recording Industry Association of America awarded the album Gold certification for sales of , units on February 2, Of the three songs on the album that Williams had not recorded before, " Jolly Old Saint Nicholas " is the least traceable in origin, although it is estimated that it was written in the late 19th century.
From the liner notes for the original album: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Andy Williams. Christmas traditional pop vocal pop .
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