A different sound Stereo Love accordion cover


Have you ever heard Stereo Love as an Accordion Cover by Slovenian band FeelHarmonika? This is a mix of famous house music hits of past decade. There are songs like Danza kuduro, L’amour Tojours, Every time we touch, Barbara Streisand … and much more. They have combined Austrian-Slovenian Folk style and modern electronic music.
“Stereo Love” is a 2009 song recorded by the Romanian musician Edward Maya with the Moldavian-Romanian musician Vika Jigulina, released as their debut single in late 2009 from Maya’s album The Stereo Love Show. The refrain is from “Bayatilar”, composed by Azerbaijani musician Eldar Mansurov. It became a worldwide hit in nightclubs and rose to the top of French, Dutch, Turkish, Finnish, UK, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish and Irish singles charts.

“Stereo Love” is set in common time with a moderate tempo of 125 beats per minute. It is set in the key of C# minor with a simple chord progression of C#m-A-E-G#m.

Lyrically the song speaks of a passionate love between two people that is now dying, and their struggle to rekindle that flame.

The song and the music video were both included on the compilation NRJ Music Awards 2010.[3] The music video was filmed in Greece, as Edward Maya stated in an interview that Greece “was a place that I fell in love with”.[4] In 2011, the song was awarded as top dance song at the Billboard Music Awards.[5]
~ Source – Wikipedia

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