Saturday, January 29, 2011

Friday, January 28, 2011

BANG BANG (Betty Chung)

Betty Chung Ling Ling, famous HK singer and actress (Enter the Dragon), remember?

何日再相逢 (Sam Hui)

From Wikipedia:
Sam Hui started his career as a host to a youth music TV show on the TV station TVB. Sam and Michael Hui starred as the host in 精裝雙星報喜 (The Hui's Brothers Show). At that time, he was the lead musician of his band named The Lotus. In the early years of his career, Hui performed English songs that were popular in Britain and the United States. He wrote the theme songs for the comedies produced by his brother, Michael Hui, and started performing Cantonese songs.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

FRIENDS (The Wynners)

Written by MrRainbow64 (youtube):
The lyrics of this song relates on how a group of friends got together, forms a band and became successful through the years and are still in touch with each other after several years. Basically, its very appropraite to The Wynners, still getting together for full house concerts every 10 years. If only some of our top local groups from the 60s' could do likewise.........

Monday, January 3, 2011

YE LAI XIANG (Teresa Teng)

From WIKIPEDIA:
Teresa Teng (January 29, 1953 – May 8, 1995) (traditional Chinese: 鄧麗君; simplified Chinese: 邓丽君; pinyin: Dèng Lìjūn; Wade–Giles: Teng Li-chun; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Tēng Lē-kun, Japanese: テレサ・テン), was an immensely popular and influential Chinese pop singer from Taiwan. Teresa Teng's voice and songs are instantly recognized throughout East Asia and in areas with large Asian populations. It is often said, "Wherever there are Chinese people, the songs of Teresa Teng can be heard." Her songs also enjoy huge popularity among Korean, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Malaysian and Indonesian listeners.
Teng was known for her folk songs and romantic ballads. Many became standards in her lifetime, such as "When Will You Return?" (何日君再來) and "The Moon Represents My Heart" (月亮代表我的心).[1] She recorded songs not only in her native Mandarin but also in Taiwanese, Cantonese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, and English.
Teng, a lifelong sufferer from asthma, died in 1995 from a severe respiratory attack while vacationing in Thailand. She was 42.