Because remembering is always good, Pplware brings its usual weekly music section to its readers. We present in this section the songs that marked our youth or our recent past and that we still listen to because they are milestones in our life.
You can find music from styles as varied as Rock, dance music and even Pop that we love so much. The artists are known, with the songs that made them famous and that we like so much.
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Dreamer - Supertramp
Supertramp is a British rock band formed in 1969 by Rick Davies, who invited Roger Hodgson and others under the name Daddy and later renamed it in the early 1970s. Although the band's style was initially classified as progressive rock, they have since then incorporated a combination of traditional rock, pop and art rock into their music. From the second album Indelibly Stamped onwards, founders Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies separately wrote and sang their own compositions. Hodgson wrote and sang most of the hits, such as "Give a Little Bit" (which reached No. 15 on the Billboard Pop Singles Chart and No. 29 on the UK Singles Chart), "The Logical Song", " Take the Long Way Home”, “Dreamer”, “Breakfast in America”, and “It's Rainning Again”; Davies wrote “Bloody Well Right”, “Goodbye Stranger”, “Cannonball” “From Now One”, “Crime of the Century,” “Rudy” Hodgson performs the songs he wrote at the live concerts he performs on his “Breakfast” world tour in America”. However, under Davies, Supertramp had some success on albums without Roger Hodgson, generally having more audience than Roger Hodgson, having broken the audience record in Brazil in 1988, with more than 100,000 people.
The band's work is marked by the individual composition of Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies, the voice of Hodgson, the voice of Rick Davies, the use of Wurlitzer electric piano and saxophone in the songs.
Although the band's early work was popular progressive rock, they enjoyed greater critical and commercial success as they began to incorporate more conventional and radio-acceptable elements into their work. By the mid-1970s, they had sold over 60 million albums.
Supertramp reached peak commercial success with their 1979 song Breakfast in America, which has sold over 20 million copies.