9 thoughts on “ What I Like About You - Mark Weigle - Different And The Same (CD, Album)

  1. The Romantics originally released What I Like About You written by Jimmy Marinos, Mike Skill and Wally Palamarchuk and The Romantics released it on the album The Romantics in It was also covered by Marc Platt & Don Teschner, Kristine W, Victims of Circumstance, Everlife and other artists.
  2. His album of , Different and the Same, included adaptations of others' songs, such as " read more Mark Weigle (born in Annandale, Minnesota) is a gay singer/songwriter with at least five albums to his credit.
  3. Shrek () Background. Shrek was unique in that it used pop music and other oldies to move the story forward. Covers of songs like "On the Road Again" and "Try a Little Tenderness" were integrated in the film's cabpocommatamolobsbucseoprejresku.coinfo the film was about to be completed, Katzenberg suggested the filmmakers redo the film's ending in order to "go out with a big laugh"; instead of ending the film with a.
  4. Mark Weigle understands this. Although you won't find any B.O.C. covers here, 14 of "Different and The Same's" 15 tracks are from other artists and are given a serious queer bent. Everyone from Trisha Yearwood ("What I Like About You") to Tommy Tutone get twiddles from Weigle /5(3).
  5. Mark Weigle. Overview; Songs; Browse by Format. CDs; Similar Artists. Cheryl Wheeler; Different & the Same (CD) Released in $ Out of Stock. Save for Later. Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. Hiding in the Stone; $ on iTunes 2. What I Like About You; $ on iTunes 3. The Truth About You; $ on iTunes 4. When I Go; $
  6. Like all the burning hoops of fire That you and I passed through You're a bluebird on a telegraph line I hope you're happy now While if the wind of change comes down your way girl You'll make it back somehow And love lies bleeding in my hand Oh it kills me to think of you with another man I was playing rock and roll and you were just a fan But.
  7. Never Mind the Buzzcocks is a BBC comedy quiz show based on the music industry. The show was hosted by Mark Lamarr, but he was replaced by Simon Amstell, then by a series of guest hosts, and now by Rhod Gilbert. Phill Jupitus and Noel Fielding are regular panelists, Fielding having taken over from Bill Bailey, himself the replacement for Sean Hughes.
  8. Different And The Same, an album by Mark Weigle on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  9. I hope you checked out my last two country shows, as this one wraps up my three part series on Gay Country Music. This is the History, Part 2, and fleshes out the contributions of the more recent artists, from roughly the last ten to twelve years, including a feature interview with gay country circuit artist Jeff Miller, and additional interview comments by Mark Weigle, and some surprises.

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