Singin’ in the Rain was published in 1929, with lyrics by Arthur Freed and music by Nacio Herb Brown. The date of the song’s creation is unclear. Singin’ in the Rain was first performed by Doris Eaton Travis, but it’s most known from the famous 1952 musical film of the same name.
Greased Lightning is one of the most popular songs from the musical ‘Grease’, by Jim Jacobs, Warren Casey and John Farrar.
‘Ghostbusters’ is a cult movie from 1984, with its sequel being released in 1989 after the success of the first film. Ray Parker recorded the movie’s theme. The song earned Parker an Academy Award nomination for “Best Song”, but lost out to the song “I Just Called to Say I Love You” by Stevie Wonder.
The famous instrumental piece from the Game of Thrones (GoT) TV show was composed by Ramin Djawadi. The theme can be heard on the opening titles of the show. Because flutes and vocals were used in other popular fantasy shows, Ramin was asked not to use them. Ramin took his inspiration for the theme from[…]