Alan parsons project sirius

When asked by Songfacts how he chose the title, Alan Parsons replied : "It relates to the star in the sky, which I felt was spacey and planetary, so we just chose it.

Edwards talked over songs for a living, so he knew how to hit the marks. The song timed out perfectly, with the guitar section hitting just as Jordan was announced. Alan Parsons and his collaborator Eric Woolfson are the credited songwriters on this track.

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Carolina" introduction for Jordan. His replacement, Ray Clay, used the same style. The song was played leading up to matches at UEFA Euroand France's tennis team used the song as their entrance theme for the Davis Cup final against Switzerland.

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Carolina" introduction for Jordan. As for Parsons, when he was told by an American friend that his song was being used as intro music for Michael Jordan, Parsons replied, "Who's Michael Jordan. The music makes a brief appearance in the Simpsons episode " Friend With Benefit ". Ray Clay, who was the Bulls' announcer from , has offered his services for couples looking for the authentic experience. When the Bulls started using the song, they also beefed up their halftime shows and between-action entertainment, keeping the crowd amused with performers, games and other features during the games. The song was played leading up to matches at UEFA Euro , and France's tennis team used the song as their entrance theme for the Davis Cup final against Switzerland. Unlike songs that are used in commercials or movies, they didn't get a huge windfall from the ubiquity of "Sirius" at sporting events because public performance royalties are tiny. By Jordan's third season, he was the leading scorrer in the NBA and the most exciting player in the league, warranting any hype he was given.

Their public address announcer, Tommy Edwards, was the right man for the job: he was the midday host at the Chicago radio station WLS. In Italy, Serie A team Sassuolo Calcio use the song when the team enters the pitch at the home games. As for Parsons, when he was told by an American friend that his song was being used as intro music for Michael Jordan, Parsons replied, "Who's Michael Jordan.

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It appears in TV commercials for Best Buy [4]. When they started, the satellite radio service was called "CD Radio," but "CD" is a dated concept that does not evoke the vast possibilities of "Sirius," later known as Sirius XM after a merger. The movie Blockers also plays the song. The former is usually followed by the latter on airplay, though not always in live performances — at the World Liberty Concert "Sirius" was played as the introduction to "Breakaway" from the Alan Parsons solo album Try Anything Once , with Candy Dulfer on saxophone. In Australia the piece is used by the Melbourne Rebels rugby team when introducing their starting lineup. Carolina" introduction for Jordan. It was played while the gymnasts were introduced to the crowd at the beginning of the finals. At some weddings, usually those of Chicago Bulls fans, the wedding parties are introduced with this song in the style of the NBA introductions. By Jordan's third season, he was the leading scorrer in the NBA and the most exciting player in the league, warranting any hype he was given. Unlike songs that are used in commercials or movies, they didn't get a huge windfall from the ubiquity of "Sirius" at sporting events because public performance royalties are tiny. In Italy, Serie A team Sassuolo Calcio use the song when the team enters the pitch at the home games. Alan Parsons and his collaborator Eric Woolfson are the credited songwriters on this track. The song timed out perfectly, with the guitar section hitting just as Jordan was announced. When the Bulls started using the song, they also beefed up their halftime shows and between-action entertainment, keeping the crowd amused with performers, games and other features during the games. Other teams followed suit, and eventually it got to the point where every break was filled with some kind of music or performance.

But the Bulls wanted to get fans into the arena early and pump them up for the game. The movie Blockers also plays the song.

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