Reportedly, it only took the writers a few hours to pen this incredibly touching single. Legendary singer Etta James conveys this message with her strong and raspy voice that carries this timeless tune into uncharted territory. This delightful and semi-nostalgic single off her Ugh, Those Feelings Again album celebrates finding a soulmate and basking in the peaceful energy that it brings. London-based funk-disco band Heatwave draws listeners in with deep baritone notes coupled with unexpected yet brilliant falsetto moments throughout.
Joni: Let's see. What have we got here? It's called From Both Sides, Now. Joni: I'll play that individual first. It -- I should acquaint with people a little bit about it. I was reading a book, after that I haven't finished it yet, called Henderson the Rain King. And accordingly I got this idea 'from equally sides now. That's a new individual. Joni: Very new.
The melody was based on the continual tuning of guitarist Allan Jake Jacobs during the band's concerts. One of the few photos that showed Bite Douglas pictured in the upper absent with the group. Around the alike time, California band the Turtles had been struggling with financial and delicate problems. After three Top 40 hits in andincluding Bob Dylan 's It Ain't Me Babe which led them to being initially identified as folk rock group and a good-time bang hit with You Baby that would later become their signature sound their next five singles had not charted well. Two of the original members had left to be replaced as a result of Chip Douglas and John Barbata. Their voices were abysmal. The performance was in a Lovin' Spoonful feel after that praised it as much like a finished product. We were very alert because we had had those records that had been done poorly after that we needed something to be absolute. It could have easily been our last recording.