George Harrison sings lead; Roy Orbison sings the "I'm so tired" part, Bob Dylan & Tom Petty sing the first "lean on" part & all of them (George, Roy, Bob, Tom, Jeff) sing the… last "lean on" part. (MORE)
Yes he was 11 years of age,his voice,vocals was dubbed over a youth singing group because the group could not hit high notes,sugar ray coney as a child sing all vocals on the …song but the group all the recognition and being a child sugar ray coney didn't record anymore songs for many years as a under age singer.the group lasted for awhile.as a child sugar ray coney contiue to sing in many churches around the states. Sugar Ray Coney went on to give his life to God and Volunteering and became Citizen Of The Year for volunteering and helping others in need like the homeless and hungry.i heard Sugar ray coney singing vocals on a hit song he did not get credit on the song,some older teens did the video and shows,they say he was to young for the image.(MORE)
It is located on the banks of the Hudson River, about thirty miles north of NYC, near the town of Ossining, NY. Address below. .
Sing Sing Correctional Facility .
354 Hun…ter Street Ossining, New York 10562-5498 (914) 941-0108 (Westchester County) (MORE)
There are two versions of this song: Song Title: The Choice Is Yours Artist: Black Sheep Original Release (vinyl): 1991 Song Title: The Choice Is Yours (Revisited) Artist: B…lack Sheep Original Release (Cassette) CD: 1994 The original release of the 1991 album does not have the 'revisited' version. The 1994 album includes both versions of the song. Very cool, old school rap song and awesome to hear it again! Also nice seeing it reintroduced to the mainstream... Elsa =)(MORE)
Sing Sing Correctional Facility is located in Ossining, NY. People used to pronounce it Osingsing, NY. You also have to sing in there a lot and I mean A LOT! Oss…ining's former name, "Sing Sing," was derived from the name of a Native American tribe, "Sinck Sinck" (or "Sint Sinck"), from whom the land was purchased in 1685.(MORE)
The song is by Feist on their new album "The Reminder" Here are the lyrics to "1234" used in the iPod Nano ad: One Two Three Four Tell me that you love me more Sl…eepless long nights That is what my youth was for Old teenage hopes are alive at your door Left you with nothing but they want some more Oh, you're changing your heart Oh, You know who you are (MORE)