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Some of his other hits include 'Father Figure', 'One More Try', 'Freedom 90', 'Fastlove', 'Jesus To A Child', 'Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me' (a duet with Elton John), 2002's 'Freeek! His work covers a variety of pop styles, from ballads to funky dance tracks.
It was released in March 2004 after two unstellar singles came out on Polydor and it debuted at number one on the UK album charts and number 2 in Australia. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music" ..info Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me "By Elton John and George Michael. Born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou, Michael began his career by forming a band called 'The Executives' together with Andrew Ridgeley. Their first album, 'Fantastic', was an instant success and within a year they had released their classic debut single, Wham Rap, while their second single, Young Guns (Go For It! They were rapidly followed by titles such as Club Tropicana, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, Careless Whisper, Last Christmas, Everything She Wants, I'm Your Man, and many more. together again with his best friend Andrew Ridgeley in the early 1980s that the success came for the band.Michael also sang on the original Band Aid recording of 'Do They Know It's Christmas and donated the profits from 'Last Christmas' to the charity.After the success of his solo releases 'Careless Whisper' and 'Different Corner' stories of an impending split intensified.Michael was involved in a court case concerning his record contract after his record company CBS was taken over by Sony.
Amongst Michael's complaints was that Sony had not fully supported the release of his second solo album resulting in its poor performance in the US compared to 'Faith'.
Sony responded that Michael had refused to appear in promotional videos and it was this that had caused the poor response to the album. Published by Alfred Music Publishing ..info Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me "By Elton John and George Michael.
After a series of sell-out concerts at Wembley in 1986 the band was ended.
Some of his biggest hit singles as a solo artist include the single 'Faith', (taken from his debut album Faith that not only became No.1 on both sides of the Atlantic but also resulted in stunning 6 No.1 singles in America) and many more.
'Careless Whisper' (written when he was 17) became one of the most played songs of the decade and voted Londoner's Favourite record of all time in January 1995 in a competition run jointly by the capital's leading evening newspaper and radio station.
He was then also voted Best Male Singer by the same radio station and by the readers of a national newspaper.