Luther Vandross - Power Of Love album cover. This page was last edited on 27 September 2017, at 20:07. File:Power of Love The power of your love pdf p
Luther Vandross – Power Of Love album cover. This page was last edited on 27 September 2017, at 20:07. File:Power of Love The power of your love pdf piano Sessions 1983.
It was released by the group as their third single. The Power of Love” was also a top 10 hit in several European countries, in Australia and New Zealand, and in Canada. The Power of Love” is often regarded as a Christmas song, despite having no reference to Christmas within the song lyrics. However, the accompanying video features the Nativity, and the single cover was The Assumptions of the Virgin. Do They Know It’s Christmas?
1997 was the best selling single ever in the UK. 1 in the UK, exactly 28 years after the original Frankie Goes To Hollywood single topped the charts. Holly Johnson, who co-wrote the song, later reminisced: “I always felt like The Power Of Love was the record that would save me in this life. Trevor Horn sped it up, this also caused a change in pitch. 1 UK single in December 1984.
Nativity occupying the whole screen, however the borders of band members were added for later showings due to pressure from UK broadcasters. The single has been reissued in various formats over the years. Also available as a Picture disc carrying the same tracks. Released in a “hearts and crosses” 12″ envelope.
Holier Than Thou” is a recording of band members attempting to record a Christmas message for fans and generally messing about in the recording studio. The final song on the disc is the continuation of the instrumental version of “The Power of Love” that begins side A, here finally reaching its conclusion. This section of music actually begins during the final part of the “Holier Than Thou” section, when Peter Gill is jokingly listing what he wants for Christmas. Released in a white gatefold sleeve with 5 photos.
This complete cassette was re-released in 2012 on CD Sexmix Disk 1 Tracks 7-12. 1984 which was used for the first part of the original Power of Love 12″ single, with added guitars. The single stayed in the charts for 2 weeks. A music video was created to promote the single. The William Orbit-esque production of the empowering opener “Lady Luck,” and the subtle trip-hop-tinged title track show that Johnson still occasionally had his finger on the pulse. 16 November 2012 after the sudden death of one of the show’s main characters. The song subsequently became popular in Australia in early 2014.