We can all relate to local weather, and songwriters often find inspiration in the skies. One of the most popular songs about weather is a 1950s classic by Gene Kelly, which turned a stereotypical weatherman stereotype on its head. The song explains the connection between weather and people.
Gene Kelly’s bubbly song-and-dance number
Singin’ in the Rain is a film classic that is still revered today. It features an iconic song and dance number performed by Gene Kelly. The movie is also a history lesson of Hollywood in the late 1920s, when silent movies were making way for talkies. It’s also a choreography lesson, thanks to Gene Kelly and director Stanley Donen. And though the film wasn’t adapted from a Broadway musical, it remains a highly enjoyable and timeless piece of film history.
Gene Kelly choreographed the dance sequence with Cyd Charisse, who was taller than Kelly. The two never stood upright next to one another, but instead bent toward each other. Kelly was known to be ill on set, which might have affected the choreography.
It’s easy to talk about the weather, as people are often bonded over weather news and events. And the sky is also a source of inspiration for many songwriters. This is the case with the most famous weather song. This 1950s gem was written by Gene Kelly and turned the stereotype on its head.
Crowded House’s “Weather With You”
The new Crowded House album is a mix of old and new. Producer Mitchell Froom is on board, as are Finn’s sons Elroy and Liam on guitars. Fans of the band’s earlier work should be glad to hear that they’ve found their new sound on the new record.
The song was released as the third single from Crowded House’s third album, Woodface. The song remains one of the band’s most popular and successful songs. The group disbanded in the late 1990s, but later reformed and toured with Tim Finn.
The band’s debut album, 1991’s Woodface, sold more than a million copies in the US. The band was regarded as one of Australia’s biggest exports and had many hit singles. The band was originally formed in Australia by Neil Finn and Paul Hester, and later added Mark Hart and Nick Seymour to the group. However, they broke up after four records, and reformed in 2007 to pay tribute to their late member Paul Hester. The band was a highly successful live act and their music remains popular today.
After their debut album, Crowded House embarked on a triumphant tour. Tim Finn quit the band during the UK dates. He was replaced by Mark Hart, who remained full-time with the band and played a key role in shaping the songs on the group’s fourth album.
U2’s “Electric Storm”
Originally intended to be a late 2000 radio single, U2’s “Electric Storm” is a moody track that focuses on romantic tension. The song was written by lead vocalist Bono, who relates the tension between two lovers to a looming electrical storm. The track did not make its live debut until 2 July 2009, during the U2 360deg Tour in Barcelona, Spain.
U2’s “Electric Storm” is one of two brand-new songs to be released on their greatest hits album. This will be the band’s first new material since the release of the band’s last album. It was written by Bono and Paul Simonon, and was recorded at their HQ in Dublin and in Eze, France.
The video was directed by Anton Corbijn and edited by James Rose. It featured actors Larry Mullen Jr. and Samantha Morton (best known for her roles in John Carter of Mars, Minority Report, and Control). Corbin and his team were working with State and shot the video on August 21, 2002. The following day, the video was completed. It also included commentary from Corbijn.
U2’s “Electric Storm” is available as a single on two CDs and one DVD. The CD version of the song is available in double-case CD and DVD packaging. The DVD version is a live performance version. A live version of the song was also available as an exclusive download.
Arctic Monkeys’ “I Of The Storm”
The “I Of The Storm” lyric video was directed by Atli Freyr Demantur, a Danish makeup artist and film and fashion freelancer. Hilmarsdottir had first met Demantur when the two were teenagers in Iceland. She flew to Beijing, China to film the video after hearing Hilmarsdottir’s request. Hilmarsdottir told Demantur that the band wanted a drag queen to star in the video. The band’s members didn’t direct the performers; instead, they wanted each individual to visually represent their emotions.
The song is about the aftermath of a breakup and the feelings associated with it. The singer sings of the pain and disappointment of a love affair. It’s dark, and the lyrics seem to depict the pain and suffering that come along with it. At the same time, the lyrics seem to suggest that a deranged person may be bringing dark clouds into her life.
Selena Gomez’s “Have You Ever Seen The Rain?”
The song is about the end of a relationship. It makes use of weather as a metaphor for loneliness, and it was one of Selena Gomez’s first big hits. The song’s message is still relevant today, and it’s one of the few Selena Gomez songs that doesn’t fall out of fashion. Pendulum released a cover of this classic rock tune in 2010, and Gomez’s version has since become an instant hit.
A new mini-documentary by Creedence Clearwater Revival will debut today, allowing fans to take a look behind-the-scenes of the song’s creation. The film follows the artists as they recreated the song from their classic Pendulum album. The film was directed by Laurence Jacobs, who has also directed videos by Steve Martin and Elvis Costello.