Official Ballroom Song ID Thread

Wannabee

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I've read most of this thread at one time or another, so please forgive if my question has already been asked.

Does anyone have a good rendition of "Ain't No Sunshine" that they like for int rumba/bolero speed. I have found a couple that I like, but they seem too fast, or not digitally remastered, etc. I love this song and would like to find a good version for an int rumba/bolero.
 
I've read most of this thread at one time or another, so please forgive if my question has already been asked.

Does anyone have a good rendition of "Ain't No Sunshine" that they like for int rumba/bolero speed. I have found a couple that I like, but they seem too fast, or not digitally remastered, etc. I love this song and would like to find a good version for an int rumba/bolero.
Try the program 'Audacity' (or something like this). You can change the tempo of the song +/-. Just the tempo!!! The song could be faster or slower, but the voices remain the same!
 
I've read most of this thread at one time or another, so please forgive if my question has already been asked.

Does anyone have a good rendition of "Ain't No Sunshine" that they like for int rumba/bolero speed. I have found a couple that I like, but they seem too fast, or not digitally remastered, etc. I love this song and would like to find a good version for an int rumba/bolero.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audacity_(audio_editor)
 

dlliba10

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Does anyone know the artist for this rumba? I know it's a version of "From Here to Eternity" by Engelbert Humperdinck but I'm stumped ... Thanks!

 

Joe

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It's "Make Me Rainbows," could be the Vic Damone version--the video sounds a little more dynamic that that one though, but it could be a sound engineering issue.
 
My friend is now hooked on Smooth VW after the fun event we had at a (UK) uni comp :) We're having trouble IDing this song from last year's MAC, I was hoping some savvy Smoothies would be able to help us ID it :)
 

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