Michelle was originally released by The Beatles on their 1965 album Rubber Soul. It is a courting song where the singer professes love for Michelle. It is a beautiful arrangement for Gayageum where Luna plays the melody with as much expression as the original vocals but with a Korean accent. Lee; Luna (6) [More]
Bird Set Free was originally released by Sia on her 2016 album and as a single. It is about finding yourself after having been held down by someone and uses the analogy of singing, and finding your voice as a metaphor for knowing who you really are. This is an amazing rendition from Jadyn
Bohemian Rhapsody was originally released by Queen on their 1976 album A Night at the Opera and as one of the biggest selling singles of all time. It tells the story of someone who has committed murder and describes the torment that is going on in his head. This is an incredible version of the song from
Me Tana [Everything] was originally released by Elvana Gjata in 2019 as a single and as her entry for the Albanian singing competition Festivali i Këngës 58 [Song Festival 58]. It is asking how long does the singer have wait to see the one they give everything to, receiving their soul in return. Mishela
Imagine was originally recorded by John Lennon on his 1971 album Imagine and as a single. It is a song of peace with the basic idea of not focusing on the differences between people nor on material possessions, it admits that Peace is just a dream, but if everyone has that dream then Peace becomes a reality.
Happy New Year was originally released by Abba on their 1980 album Super Trooper. It is about after a big New Year’s party to ring in a new decade, feeling lost, with dreams that have ended but looking towards the future with a vision of new hope where everyone are friends. This is a
Aseară pe înserate [Last Night At Dusk] was originally released by Ștefan Hrușcă and was included on his 1998 compilation album Deschide Ușa, Creștine! (Colinde De Crăciun) [Open The Door Christian! (Christmas Carols)]. It tells the story of the Virgin Mary‘s trip to Bethlehem, the search for accommodation, and the birth of Jesus. This
Mary Did You Know? was originally released by Michael English on his 1991 album Michael English. It asks Mary if she was aware of the future actions of Jesus at the time of his birth. This is a beautiful version from Mikalyn where she accompanies herself on piano though the most highlights are the
Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree was originally recorded by Brenda Lee on her 1958 album Merry Christmas from Brenda Lee and as a single. It is a song about celebrating Christmas in the late 1950s USA manner following American popular customs and referencing rock music, even though the original more in a country feel.
Winter Wonderland was originally released by Richard Himber in 1934 as a single, though this version is based on the version Amy Grant released on her 1992 album Home For Christmas. It is about a couple who are walking through the snowy countryside, build a snowman that they pretend is Parson Brown, who they