Smorgasbord Summer Music Festival – Songs from the Movies…The Final Dances..

This is the final week of the Summer Music Festival and next week William Price King will be back for another season.

This week I am featuring some of the songs that were composed for films and became hits in their own right…these are some of those tracks that are still on my playlists today… something for every mood.

Flashdance – What a FeelingIrene Cara –  If you have not seen this film..Amazon  Uploaded by UnidiscMusic

Now the amazing Whitney Houston – The BodyGuard – I Will Always Love You.. uploaded by the official Whitney Houston channel.  Film available: Amazon

Another film favourite of mine with happy memories of the late 1970s .. Staying Alive – The Bee Gees for Saturday Night Fever..uploaded by JT Michaelson.       Film Available : Amazon..

And one of the most emotional moments in film history and a song that has been covered many times.. here is Bette Midler – The Wind Beneath My Wings – Beaches uploaded by TheWordInOtherWords  Film available: Amazon

I hope you have enjoyed today’s music festival and the others during the summer. Next week please tune in for William Price King and his new season.

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28 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Summer Music Festival – Songs from the Movies…The Final Dances..

  1. Love all of these! My favorite on the list is probably Staying Alive. That opening sequence with him walking to that Bee Gee’s beat is unforgettable. 🙂

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