If you are searching for CDs to add to your collection of love songs, then CD 918Kiss is a song that might be right for you. This is the track on the original composition, sung by George Harrison and recorded on Many waters. It can be a little difficult to locate this one as it was recorded by several different groups. The most common version is Cd issued by Mosley Records (although it can also be found on numerous other labels).
In comparing it to the Beatles'” Twist and Shout” (also available on CD), there are some notable differences. In this song, Lennon and McCartney have simply rewritten the lyrics. The melody remains intact, though. On the other hand, “Cd 918Kiss” features two different versions of the same melody. One has George Harrison on vocals and another (presumably more popular) has him on guitar. It is interesting to note that the second recording uses a slightly faster tempo.
In addition to these obvious differences, there are other differences that can’t be easily spotted. For example, the piano notes in CD are slightly different. Also, George Harrison’s vocal range on CD is noticeably lower than that of John Lennon. The song is very similar in tone to “iboob”, but has a slightly richer, more distorted sound. George Harrison’s 918kiss voice sounds surprisingly similar to John Lennon’s, yet the two singers are very different. This song makes an interesting listen due to all of these differences.
The band responsible for CD 918Kiss is actually a very unusual band: Cream. The band didn’t really start out to be a massive success…they had very few hits. However, with their self-titled album, they began to climb out of their small market base. By the time of “uton”, Cream was selling like crazy! They went on to sell numerous hit singles, including such classics as “Hamsters in the Back Seat” and “Babylon Sisters”.
One other difference between CD and an LP is the length of the song. An LP contains an entire song, whereas a CD just has a few minutes of music. The music on a LPs is also often more diverse than that on a CD. Also, an entire song may be played at the beginning, the middle, and the end of the song (or sometimes the end of the track). A CD is usually only half as long as an album. Therefore, a CD can sometimes last longer than an album.
The recording quality of CD’s is very high. There are no scratches, noise, or tape hisses. You will definitely get a better sound on CD’s than you will on an album. Many artists have CD’s recorded from live concerts. If you are an artist, and would like your music to have a life-long career, this is one way to achieve that.
When it comes to printing, you can choose to have a CDG or an OEM sticker created. There are pros and cons to each. CDG’s cost more because they are more durable and are made of higher quality materials. However, they do not have the lifetime of an OEM sticker. An OEM sticker is made of a material that is approved by the United States Department of Transportation. It is UV resistant and will not fade.
As you can see, there are many benefits to choosing a CD over an album. CDs can be played in your vehicle, your home, on your CD player, and even on your stereo. This versatility makes them a great choice for anyone who enjoys music and the great memories that music can make. Just remember, if your CD does become damaged, you can have it repaired at a reasonable cost.