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Keep On Smilin - John Paul Young - 1974-1979

29.10.2019


1979
Label: Hammard - HAM 038 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Australia • Genre: Pop •
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It was released in Europe in February and in Australia in December as the third and final single from Young's third studio album, J. The song was written by George Young and Harry Vanda. The song peaked at number 12 on the Kent Music Report in Australia, remaining on the chart for 27 weeks. In Europe it reached No.

German disc jockeys preferred the B-side, "Standing in the Rain", and flipped the single. The result was a charting success across Europe: the song reached No. There was a guy working for [record label] Ariola, who didn't like "Keep On Smilin'" Собиратель Бутылок - Группа Продленного Дня - Городской Психдиспансер all and turned it over and thought this might have something.

He decided to sidestep the radio stations and went Keep On Smilin - John Paul Young - 1974-1979 to a DJ friend in a club and it got played and it just bled from there into the charts and stayed in the charts for forty-something weeks. It provided two extended remix versions of "Standing in the Rain".

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Australian Chart Book — The Drum Media. Australian Charts Portal. Hung Medien. Archived from the original on 10 November Retrieved 18 February Australian Music Database. Retrieved 15 February Ultratop Dutch Top Media Control Charts.

PhonoNet GmbH. John Paul Young. Hero J. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Languages Add links. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. February December DiscoPop music. Albert ProductionsAriola. Harry VandaGeorge Young. Albert Productions. David Hirschfelder.


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  1. Keep On Smilin John Paul Young. Yes times when I?m out, and times when I?m down [C] Times when I loose and times when I?m bound. It do [D7] n?t bother me cause I let it be. And just keep o [G] n smiling` Yes times when I will, and times when I won?t. Times when I do and times when I don?t.
  2. " Keep On Smilin' " is an pop song written by George Young and Harry Vanda and recorded by Australian pop singer John Paul Young. The song was released in August as the second single from Young's second studio album, J.P.Y. (). The song peaked at number 15 on the Kent Music Report in Australia. 1 Track listingGenre: Pop.
  3. Early career. Young was born in in Glasgow, Scotland and his family emigrated to Australia arriving in Sydney on Australia Day (26 January) at the age of [9] After finishing schooling, he started an apprenticeship as a sheet metal worker. [1] Initially performing as John Young, his first involvement in music began in late when he formed a band, Elm Tree, with schoolmates.
  4. John Paul Young, OAM (born 21 June ), is a Scottish-born Australian pop singer who had a worldwide hit with 'Love Is in the Air'. Initially performing as John Young, he was associated with songwriters/producers Vanda & Young (ex-The Easybeats), who provided him with 'Love Is in the Air', 'Yesterday's Hero', 'I Hate the Music' and 'Standing in the Rain'.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Standing In The Rain / Keep On Smiling on Discogs. Label: Ariola - 17 AT • Format: Vinyl 7 John Paul Young - Standing In The Rain / Keep On Smiling (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  6. Keep On Smilin' lyrics: Yes times when I’m out, and times when I’m down Times when I loose and times when I’m bound It don’t bother me cause I let it be And just keep on smiling` Yes times when I will, and times Keep On Smilin' lyrics - John Paul Young. John Paul Young "Paper Giants" soundtrack. Keep On Smilin' Song Lyrics. Yes.
  7. Classic Hits is the fourth compilation album by Australian pop singer John Paul Young, released in "Don't Sing That Song" was released as the only single in May The album has been re-released numerous times since The tracks on the re-release were all digitally remastered at Albert Studios, Sydney, Australia.
  8. And just keep on smilin' (Keep on smilin') There's times when I will, and times when I won't Times when I do and times when I don't It don't bother me 'cause I let it be And just keep on smilin' (Keep on smilin') I find the world looks a far better place When there's a smile on my face It ain't no use when we get on around But you lay down on.
  9. The discography of John Paul Young consists of nine studio albums, nine compilation album, one EPs and 36 singles.
  10. John Paul Young. John Paul Young has never made a big deal about the successes he's had in his 27 year career, or about his four million plus worldwide album sales, he simply goes about his work as a singer, songwriter, radio announcer and television personality with the same 'matter of fact' approach, as a skilled tradesman - with attention to detail and a love of his craft.

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