Thomas Hampson sings the famous aria "Largo Al Factotum", from Rossini's "il Barbiere di Siviglia - The barber of Seville" in 1991, James Levine is conducting the orchestra. This is one of the hardest baritone arias.
Canned Heat - On The Road Again
Jethro Tull - Living in the past
They sing in Sanremo Music Festival
Alexandrov's Red Army Chorus - Red Army Anthem
Irina Bilik sings the russian folk song katyusha, in the WWII east front athmosphere.
Mike Oldfield interprets the overture of William Tell, one of Rossini's operas.
The video shot in 1977, so lets salute all the mikes filling the screen and the director. :))
The Overture of the famous opera buffa "Le nozze di Figaro - The Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart.
The Beatles - Yellow Submarine, song and lyrics.
Red Army Choir - Katyusha
Great turkish rock singer Yasar Kurt's anti-militarist song. In his first album the song named Korku (fear), later it has showed up as Anne (Mama) or Korkuyorum Anne (I Fear Mama)
I don't like the sound of the video and changed it, and I didn't cut the guitar solo at the end, which is cut in video clip version.
The refrain part of the song is as follows:
Orduya istiyorlar (they want to draft me)
savas cikar diyorlar (they say a war may be waged)
silah veriyorlar anne (they give me guns mama)
bana öldür! diyorlar (they order me to kill!)
yat! diyorlar anne (they say me crawl! mama)
kalk! diyorlar (they say me stand!)
beynimi yiyorlar anne (they erode my brain mama)
beynimi yiyorlar (they erode my brain)
kapat televizyonu anne (turn off the tv mama)
seni de kandırıyorlar (they fool you too)
oyunu verme anne (don't vote mama)
oyuna gelme anne (don't be fooled mama)
Yaşar Kurt - Kamyonlar Kavun Taşır
Gipsy Kings - Djobi Djoba
The original spanish version of the song known as "perhaps, perhaps, perhaps" in english. The song written and composed by cuban singer Osvaldo Farres but made famous by Nat King Cole. This version is sung by finnish singer Olavi Virta.
Tu es partout = you are everywhere
This is a sad love song written to a gone beloved.
Official Soundtrack of the film Good Morning Vietnam.
"Tu es partout" means "You are everywhere"
this is a sad love song which is sung for a gone beloved.