I recently discovered this song one day when I was listening to a Sarah Brightman mix on youtube on my phone. I listened to it once and immediately had the song stuck in my head. I have to say I'm very confused if there is a recording of Sarah singing it or not, or why both she and her sister Amelia sing it. Sort of like when Sophie was singing the same songs as Hayley at one point? LOL The only album I could find with the song is on the Gregorian album, Masters of Chant II, with Amelia singing it. Apparently she co-wrote it, so I guess it's technically her song. Their voices actually sound VERY similar (but I still prefer Sarah's). But anyway, I've had it stuck in my head all day long and doesn't seem to be on its way out anytime soon. LOL I'm kind of obsessed with at the moment. It's very catchy. Here are both ladies' versions (there are also merged videos. Also one of them singing part of it in French.
My most recent physical album purchase is the soundtrack to the 1984 TV movie "A Christmas Carol". This version features George C. Scott as "Scrooge". I have loved the movie for many years (as well as the other great movie adaptations). Its composer, Nicholas Bicât, has recently made the soundtrack available to the public, and only 500 copies were produced.
It is nice to have limited edition items in your music collection.
U2 re released a 12 inch vinyl 40th anniversary Limited edition of U2-3 "Out of control" for record store day 29th November 2019, with a gold sticker with black print 80 x 85mm indicating its number in the sequence of a limited edition of 17,000.
Each disc has the sticker on the outside of the shrink wrap (which seems to have been not thought through), the sticker really should have been on the record sleeve or better still the numbering should have been on the disc itself, which means you have to carefully remove the sticker from the shrink wrap and put it on the sleeve yourself.
U2-3 was first released in 1979 with a numbered limited edition on 12 inch vinyl of 1,000. it was also available on 7 inch vinyl for the mass production version
I find myself finding new music by random searches on YouTube on the TV. Yesterday being a day of rest, I put in a search on YouTube for Elina Garanca for the Mozart video then I just let YouTube keep offering up whatever it wanted to put on next.
These two came up after about an hour, most amusing, I had never seen them before. A great way to introduce people to opera pieces, they are great because they have English subtitles which allows you to follow the story even if it is sung in a language you are not familiar with and yes I had noticed Elina is rather attractive.
I had to start casting my net wider a long time ago. Even when I thought the album would be out long before this, I knew it would still be a little while. That said, I only really got into one artist other than Hayley, and that was Sarah Brightman, who's been around for some time. I became a fan back in 2014, though, before all the no-news drama started. LOL