Take That – Could It Be Magic Piano Sheet Music Take That (formed in 1990 and now consisting of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and their latest addition member Robbie Williams) is a pop/pop rock band that formed in Manchester. Take That’s first single “Do What U Like” was released on 25 November 1991 which was not a successful single and failed to chart. However, their second single “Promises” and first hit “It Only Takes a Minute” both went to number one in the UK Singles Chart. The group’s second album, Take That & Party was released on 11 November 1992 followed by another top ten success with their cover of “Baby I Love Your Way”, originally released by Peter Frampton in 1975. The album was certified platinum four times and became the band’s first number one album until it sold 1,500,000 copies in the UK alone under Polygram and 15 million worldwide. Take That’s third studio album called Everything Changes was released on 10 November 1993 which debuted at number two in the UK Albums Chart and was certified six times platinum by BPI. On its second week in the charts, Everything Changes became number one album making it Take That’s first number one album. Two of the singles from the third album, “Sure” and “Back for Good” both went to number one, while single “Never Forget” went to number three. The lead single from the fourth album “How Deep Is Your Love”, a cover version of the Bee Gees, became their first number one hit in Australia and stayed there for four weeks. In 1996, they recorded a reworked duet version with Lulu which went to number one in UK and later released as a single in many countries of the world. Take That’s fifth studio album called Nobody Else was released on 11 November 1996 and became their first number one in UK Albums Chart selling 1,002,000 copies in the country which made it six times platinum by BPI, making it the fourth best selling album of 1996.
George Gershwin – I Got Plenty O Nuttin Piano Sheet Music George Gershwin’s “I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin’” was featured in Porgy and Bess, a George and Ira Gershwin musical which debuted on Broadway in 1935. The song is sung by the protagonist of George and Ira Gershwin’s opera, Porgy. The song is significant because