Written by Lenny Kravitz, the song The Majesty of Love is from the eleventh studio album Raise Vibration released on 7 September 2018.
From the album The Game released in 1980, the single Save Me was written by Queen’s guitarist Brian May.
The song Climb Right Through is from the album Fat Black Pussy Cat released in 1999 by the American blues rock band from Toledo, Ohio, Five Horse Johnson.
Written by Smokey Robinson and Pete Moore, the song Ooo Baby Baby is a classic hit single by The Miracles in 1965.
From his self-titled album, Chris Isaak, the song Blue Hotel became a hit in France.
Released on 29 May 2020, the single Ride is from the eleventh studio album, Raise Vibration.
The song Feel Good Inc. was released on 9 May 2005 as the lead single of their second studio album Demon Days featuring the American hip-hop group De La Soul.
J’ai Encore Rêvé d’Elle, Il Était Une Fois’ most popular single, was released in 1975 which sold more than 1 million copies.
From the Orson’s debut studio album Bright Idea, the lead single No Tomorrow was released on 27 February 2006.
From Metallica’s self-titled fifth studio album, the third single Nothing Else Matters was released on 20 April 1992.
From the album American Idiot, the song Boulevard of Broken Dreams was released on 29 November 2004.
From the fourth studio album, Stripped, released in 2002, the single Beautiful received a universal acclaim from music critics.
The song Always Love is from the fourth album The Weight Is A Gift released on 20 September 2005.
Written by Randy Newman, and has appeared on his album Sail Away in 1972, the song You Can Leave Your Hat On was also recorded by Joe Cocker in 1986 for his album Cocker.
The song was written by Angus Stone and originally recorded the song for his 2009 album Smoking Gun as “Lady of the Sunshine”.
From the album of the same name, the first single Invisible Touch released on 19 May 1986, was the band’s first and only single that reached number 1 in the United States.
Written by Al Green, this popular soul song from the early 1970’s reached number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, number 7 on the Hot Soul Singles Chart, and ranked as the number 12 song for 1971 by the Billboard.
Released in 1985, the song 3s Sexe is from the album 3 and is considered as one of the band’s greatest hits.
Guns N’ Roses’ version of Since I Don’t Have You released in May 1994 reached number 69 on the Hot 100 and was a top 10 hit in the UK.
From the album Les p‘tits mots, the song Mourir Sur Scène was released in 1983 and was known as Dalida’s most iconic song.