“Careless Whisper” is a 1984 single by George Michael (credited to Wham! featuring George Michael in the US), released by Epic Records in the UK, Japan, and other countries; and by Columbia Records in North America. The song was George Michael’s first solo single although he was still performing in Wham! at the time (the song is included on Wham!’s album Make It Big). The song features a prominent saxophone riff, and has been covered by a number of artists since its first release. It was released as a single and became a huge commercial success on both sides of the Atlantic. It reached number one in nearly 25 countries, selling about six million copies worldwide.(source: Wikipedia)
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“Listen” is a 2006 R&B, soul song recorded by American singer Beyoncé. The song was written by Henry Krieger, Scott Cutler, Anne Preven, and Knowles, and produced by The Underdogs Matt Sullivan and Randy Spendlove for the soundtrack to the 2006 musical film Dreamgirls. “Listen” is one of four compositions written specifically for the Dreamgirls film. In the film, Knowles’ character Deena Jones sings the song to assert independence over her controlling husband. The track was released as the lead single from film’s soundtrack album on December 5, 2006 in the United States through Columbia Records. It also appeared as a hidden track on international editions, and on the deluxe edition of Knowles’ second solo studio album, B’Day. The Spanish version of the song “Oye” was released on the EP Irreemplazable and on the second disc of the Spanish Deluxe Edition release of B’Day. (source: Wikipedia)
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The song is Spandau Ballet’s 2nd best-charting single behind their previous release “True,”  reaching #2 on the UK Singles Chart (being held off the top by KC and the Sunshine Band‘s “Give It Up“), and #29 on the U.S Billboard Hot 100 chart. A music video was created for the single, which contains the longest-held note by any male artist in any song released during the 1980s.
Gold was re-recorded in a semi-acoustic, unplugged-like style for Spandau Ballet’s 2009 album ‘Once More‘. (source: Wikipedia)
“Hands to Heaven“ is the title of a popular song released in 1987 and peaking on the charts in 1988 (see 1988 in music) by the British pop group Breathe. The song was written by group members David Glasper (lead vocals) and Marcus Lillington (guitar, keyboard).
Although it was released as the first single from the group’s debut album All That Jazz, “Hands to Heaven” was not Breathe’s debut single; the group had recorded and released songs prior to signing an album deal with A&M Records. One of these songs, “Don’t Tell Me Lies“, reached #77 on the UK Singles Chart in 1986 before being included on Breathe’s debut album and subsequently being reissued.
“Hands to Heaven” was, however, Breathe’s breakthrough hit in both the UK as well as the United States. The ballad peaked at #4 on the UK Singles Chart in August 1988. In the US, it logged two weeks at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart that same month (kept from the summit by “Roll with It” by Steve Winwood) and spent 16 weeks in the Top 40. “Hands to Heaven” also peaked at #2 on the Billboard adult contemporary chart.
The song reached #4 in Norway and #14 in Sweden.
This song was one of a number of singles, many by British and Australian bands, that helped to shape the smooth jazz radio format in the US in the mid to late 1980s. Other associated artists include Swing Out Sister, Johnny Hates Jazz, Icehouse and Sade. (source: Wikipedia)
The song achieved worldwide success in a cover version by Hawaiian singer Glenn Medeiros in 1987 and 1988.
Medeiros originally released this on a small independent label at the age of 16, after winning a local radio talent contest in Hawaii. A visiting radio executive from KZZP in Phoenix, Arizona heard the song and took the record back to Phoenix, where, through word of mouth, it became a national hit. A massive worldwide hit, it reached Number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent four weeks at number one on the UK singles chart in July 1988.
The music video features Medeiros with a girl in a pink dress strolling around a beach.
Glenn Medeiros also recorded the song in Spanish under the title Nada cambiará mi amor por ti.
The song became quite popular in Spanish-speaking countries when Argentine singer-songwriter Sergio Denis also recorded a cover version for his albumAfectos (1985), with Spanish lyrics written by Rolando J. Hernández.
In 2009, the song was used in France in a television advert for Spongex sponges. (source: Wikipedia)