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Tracking down a song - "Amazed"

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by kelvin, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. kelvin

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    Hope someone can help :)

    I'm trying to track down the artist of a song - all I know at present, is that the title is "Amazed", and that the guy who sings it sounds (a bit ;)) like Bryan Adams. Very vague I know, but that's all I know at the minute :( A "Google" reveals about 30 or so songs with the same name so no joy on that front...

    It's (potentially) one of the songs that will be used at my wedding to "Miss. Kelvin" next year, but clearly she needs to hear it first hence the need to find out ;) :p

    Any info will be greatly appreciated.

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  2. Garrett

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    Take a look here. You can play some snippets from various artist singing it.

    There is also a song called ‘So Amazing’ by Luther Vandross
     
  3. kelvin

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    Thanks very much Garrett :smashin:

    I had some trouble accessing that site - although I am at work so it could be a firewall/prohibition problem at my end. I've since typed some of the lyrics into Google and found that whilst the track is called "Amazed", it's also been released by a few other individuals under the name "Amazed by You".

    The most popular version seems to be the "Lonestar" recording, but i'm not sure if that's the one i've heard - does anyone know Lonestar? What sort of style does their music tend to be? (I'm reluctant to buy the album on the basis that it may not be the one i've heard.

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    Lonestar will be the one you want kinda mushy soft rock
     
  5. kelvin

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    Excellent, thanks for your help :)

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    Have a listen here to the Lonestar version, but it will not load if you have Zone Alarm running.
     
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    Kelvin

    The most amazing amazed is Macca's "Maybe I'm Amazed" which you can get on McCartney and All The Best. A live version is also availabale on a few of his live CD's, best (live) version is on Wings Over America
     

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