lemuel55 (lemuel55) wrote,

up up to the sky

Fly Robin Fly, of which the complete lyrics consisted of only six different words (Fly, Robin, Up, To, The, Sky), maintained three weeks at Canadian # 1 in late November and early December 1975, and won the group a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Performance. It sold over one million copies. Initially the song was titled "Run, Rabbit, Run", changed by the writers moments before the recording took place. Their next success Get Up And Boogie, which also consisted of only six different words (Get, Up, And, Boogie, That's, Right), hit #1 in Canada on June 15, 1976, had 3 weeks at #2 in the U.S in June 1976 and also peaked at #7 in the UK, in May 1976.

Tags: pop&rock

  • (no subject)

    Приснилось, что живу на Явной Чебурдацкой ул. д. 11. Потом - что спрашиваю у каких-то селян в Кувшиновском р-не дорогу в Тёрново. нет таких…

  • (no subject)

    Посетил выставку "Зерцало" в Манеже. Впечатление благоприятное. Там же купил альбом "Россия в английской карикатуре 19 века".…

  • клаксон в стиле кантри

    Бас-гитары здесь нет, зато есть скрипка покойного Байрона Д. Берлина, и недурная. Услышал 50 лет назад.

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