Who sang Stars on 45 medley?

Stars on 45
Stars On 45/Artists

Who was behind Stars on 45?

It was the summer of 1981, and after an 11-year hiatus, the sound of the Fab Four once again ruled the radio airwaves. Only instead of John, Paul, George and Ringo, this time the world had to settle for Bas, Hans, Jaap and Okkie—the Dutch studio musicians behind the phenomenon called Stars on 45.

When was Stars 45 released?

Stars On 45/Released

Did the Beatles sing Sugar Sugar?

“Sugar, Sugar” was originally recorded by The Archies (written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim). The next eight songs are Beatles songs (written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney). An extended version of the “Stars on 45” intro and finale was put on the flip side of the single.

How long is the Beatles medley?

At this point, the song was only 1:20 long. The final version will include lenghtly guitar solos, more drums, an orchestra, vocals and piano, and the song would grow to more than 2 minutes (this song with longer guitar solos is on Anthology 3).

Who wrote Sugar Honey Honey?

Andy Kim
Jeff Barry
Sugar, Sugar/Composers

Who were the musicians in the Archies?

Ron Dante
The Archies/Members

What are the stars on houses?

A barnstar (or barn star, primitive star, or Pennsylvania star) is a painted object or image, often in the shape of a five-pointed star but occasionally in a circular “wagon wheel” style, used to decorate a barn in some parts of the United States.

What was the number one hit song in 1969?

1 singles of 1969: “I Heard It Through The Grapevine,” Marvin Gaye, “Crimson and Clover,” Tommy James and the Shondells, “Everyday People,” Sly & the Family Stone, “Dizzy,” Tommy Roe, “Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In,” the Fifth Dimension, “Get Back,” the Beatles with Billy Preston, “Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet,” …

Who made the song Sugar Crash?


What was the last song the Beatles made?

It was the last song recorded collectively by all four Beatles, and is the final song of the medley that constitutes the majority of side two of the album….The End (Beatles song)

“The End”
Released 26 September 1969
Recorded 23 July and 5, 7, 8, 15 and 18 August 1969
Studio EMI, London
Genre Rock