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  1. "On the Street Where You Live" written by Frederick Loewe and Alan Jay Lerner for the 1956 Broadway musical My Fair Lady was recorded by Vic Damone with Per...

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  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Vic_ReevesVic Reeves - Wikipedia

    Other than the music videos for his own singles, Reeves has appeared in others. His first was the 1987 video for Shakin' Stevens' single "What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For". He was hired for the shoot and paid £10 for his appearance. Reeves also appeared in the 1988 music video for Band of Holy Joy's song

  4. Paul McCartney is an English musician who has recorded hundreds of songs over the course of his over 60-year career. As a member of the Beatles, he formed a songwriting partnership with bandmate John Lennon that is one of the most celebrated in music history.

  5. Together they performed the song "Love You Let You Get Away" in his 2011 Epix concert Seth MacFarlane: Swingin' in Concert in 2011. He also collaborated with Norah Jones on three of his albums, Music is Better Than Words (2011), Holiday for Swing (2014), and In Full Swing (2017) singing " Two Sleepy People ", "Little Jack Frost Get Lost", and " "If I Had a Talking Picture of You" respectively.

  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Dion_DiMucciDion DiMucci - Wikipedia

    "I'd give 'em sounds. I'd give 'em parts and stuff. That's what 'I Wonder Why' was about. We kind of invented this percussive rhythmic sound. If you listen to that song, everybody was doing something different. There's four guys; one guy was doing a bass, I was singing lead, one guy's going 'ooh wah ooh', and another guy's doing a tenor part.

  7. Soon afterwards, "Magic Moments" was recorded by Perry Como for RCA Records, and reached No. 4 in the U.S.These two songs were back-to-back No. 1 singles in the UK (the British chart-topping "The Story of My Life" version was sung by Michael Holliday), giving Bacharach and David the honor of being the first songwriters to have written consecutive No. 1 UK singles.