Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Johannes Brahms. There are two different classical/instrumental songs in "Donkey Konga". The second song is "Turkish March" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Although these two songs are instrumental, there's one non-classical instrumental song on the list. The song "Sing, Sing, Sing (With A Swing)" is an upbeat, jazzy song by Louis Prima.
Shining Star. "Shining Star" is one of "Earth, Wind and Fire's" most successful songs as it appeared on the R&B and Billboard charts in the #1 position. "Earth, Wind, and Fire" is a band from Chicago that began in the late sixties, but didn't really become popular until the seventies. Over the years, many band members were added and many band members left. The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000.
Carlos Santana. Carlos Santana has written "Para Los Rumberos" and "Oye Como Va!" Carlos Santana was born in Mexico, and in the late sixties, he became famous in his band "Santana". Although his popularity declined in the seventies and eighties, he returned with the album, "Supernatural" in 1999 and became an overnight success story. His song "Smooth", sung by Rob Thomas was number one on the "Billboard Top 100" chart for twelve weeks.
Donkey Kong 64. The "DK Rap" usually plays when you turn on the game, "Donkey Kong 64" (which was once Nintendo's Game of the Year). You can also hear a shorter version of the "DK Rap" in "Super Smash Bros. Melee" for the Gamecube. The "DK Rap" is a song about the five playable characters in the "Donkey Kong 64", Donkey, Diddy, Lanky, Tiny, and Chunky Kong.
Stupid Cupid. Patsy Cline has also sung the songs "Crazy", "I Fall to Pieces", and "Sweet Dreams". At the age of thirty, Patsy Cline died in a plane crash over Tennessee. Although she has passed on, she has received numerous honourable awards since her death in 1963 including the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Rock Lobster. "Rock Lobster" was the first single for the band on their first, self-titled CD, "The B-52's". The song ended up appearing on the 'Billboard Top 100' in 1978, and in the late eighties/early nineties, their hit song "Love Shack" went up to #3 on the US charts.
"Right Here, Right Now" was written by Jesus Jones, "Rock This Town" was by "The Stray Cats", and "Whip It" was originally performed by "Devo".
Itsy Bitsy Spider. Although "Itsy Bitsy Spider" doesn't appear in "Campfire Medley", it appears in another song called "Diddy's Ditties". The song "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" also makes an appearance in "Diddy's Ditties", and the song "B-I-N-G-O" can be played as well.
Queen. "Queen" was a British rock band who began performing in the 70s. The band comprised of Freddie Mercury, John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor. The band started off shaky with a couple of unpopular albums, but worked their way into the spotlight near the beginning of the 80s and proceeded through the decade until Freddie Mercury's death of AIDS in 1991. The song "We Will Rock You" was originally featured on the 'News of the World' album.
|Near the top of the list, you can find the "Pokemon Theme" from the TV show. Which season was this particular theme song found in?||"Donkey Konga" Music History
Season 1. This theme song was also found in season 2 of the popular TV show. When you play the theme song on "Donkey Konga", it runs through an extended version which was originally found in "Pokemon: The First Movie". Another TV show theme on this game is the "Kirby: Right Back At Ya!" theme song.