sábado, 12 de marzo de 2011

PETER HOFMANN-SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES


"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" is a show tune written by American composer Jerome Kern and lyricist Otto Harbach for their 1933 operetta Roberta. It was originally recorded by Gertrude Niesen, on 13 October 1933 on the Victor label 24454. It was performed by Irene Dunne for the 1935 film adaptation, costarring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers and Randolph Scott. It has been covered by numerous artists, beginning with Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra with Bob Lawrence on vocal, which went to the top of the charts in 1934, and including Nat "King" Cole who first covered it in 1946. It also featured in "Lovely to Look At", a 1952 remake of "Roberta", where it was sung by Kathryn Grayson. Possibly the most famous version was recorded in 1958 by the doo wop group The Platters, which became a number one hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and reached number three on the R&B charts in 1959.
Produced by: FAR Music-Studios, Rosbach.
Supervised by: Frank Farian
Engineered by: Tobias Freund, Bernd Berwanger, Zeke Lund, Klaus Wilcks.
Prod.-Coordination: Ingrid Segieth.
Keyboards: Pit Loew, Harry Baierl.
Guitars: Peter Weihe, Johan Daansen, Robby Musenbichler.
Bass: Dieter Petereit.
Drums: Curt Cress.
Sax. Mel Collins.
Harmonica: Benny Gehbauer.
Backing vocals: Katrin Haug, Amy and Elaine Goff, Peter Bischof, Bertl Gebhard, Bimey Oberreit, Frank Farian, The Jackson Singers.
All arrangements by: Pit Loew and Harry Baierl.
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra.
All strings arranged by: Wolfgang Tiepold.
Recorded and mixed at FAR Music-Studios, Rosbach.

5 comentarios:

BOONOONOONOOSMIGUEL dijo...

Que bien queda la voz de "Bobby" en cualquier estilo de música producido o revisado por Frank Farian.
Me gustan mucho estos dos temas, "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" en todas sus versiones.
Saludos y me alegra que estes ahi, algo desanimado pero estás.

francisco dijo...

Gracias Miguel, si se nota la voz de "Bobby" poniendo su sello personal, un saludo y gracias por estar ahí tu también, ya sabes..."los amigos son como las estrellas, no todos los días las ves, pero...sabes que estan ahí"...

Anónimo dijo...

Aqui dando un poco de resplandor y saludos a mis compis,
Abrazos

Karles

Anónimo dijo...

Farian me recuerda mucho al maestro Alfred Hitchcock, que aparecia en todas sus peliculas, asi mismo hace nuestro maestro particular , si no deja alguna nota en sus discos no se queda tranquilo.
Lo hice para subirlo pero te adelantaste, jejejej, es la telepatia que nos une.
Abrazos

Karles

francisco dijo...

Será telepatia o será que es esto lo que nos une, yo tambi´n tenía preparada una entrada de Far Corporation y tuve que posponerla y buscarme la vida con Meat Loaf, un saludo.