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David Foster was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. David’s cousin, Billy Foster, died in a race car accident in 1967.

Foster has been married three times, has five biological daughters, an ex-stepdaughter, and two ex-stepsons. His first marriage was to singer/writer B.J. Cook. She already had a daughter Tamre Winger, and together B.J. Cook and Foster had one daughter, Amy Foster (b. July 29, 1973), a songwriter who has collaborated with classic artists in the 2000s such as Andrea Bocelli, Michael Bublé, and Josh Groban.

His second wife was former model Rebecca Dyer. They had three daughters: Sara Foster (b. August 24, 1981), Erin Foster (b. August 24, 1983), and Jordan Foster (b. September 1986). As of May 2008, Sara was engaged to tennis player Tommy Haas. Foster revealed on the show that he also had a daughter, Allison Jones (b. April 6, 1970), from a previous relationship.

Foster married third wife Linda Thompson on June 27, 1991, and the two became a songwriting team, collaborating on several songs including “I Have Nothing” sung by Whitney Houston in The Bodyguard and “Grown-Up Christmas List”. Thompson filed for divorce Monday July 11, 2005, the day after her short-lived reality series, The Princes of Malibu premiered. Thompson is the mother of Brody Jenner and Brandon Jenner from her previous marriage to Bruce Jenner.

Foster’s sister, producer Jaymes Foster, is the mother of Clay Aiken’s son Parker Foster Aiken.

In 1992, David Foster was driving on the Pacific Coast Highway when his car struck actor Ben Vereen, who had been on the road because he had crashed his car and was in a daze. Despite being thrown 90 feet, Vereen survived. Vereen also went on record to say that it probably saved his life: he had a serious drinking problem caused by the death of his daughter.

Foster was a keyboardist for the pop group Skylark discovered by Eirik Wangberg. The band’s song “Wildflower” was a top ten hit in 1972. He has worked as a producer with a wide range of musical stars, including Andrea Bocelli, Céline Dion, Mariah Carey, Gloria Estefan, Nsync, Neil Diamond, Whitney Houston, Cher, Prince, Chicago, Earth Wind and Fire, Chaka Khan, Barbra Streisand, Kenny Rogers, Charice, Boz Scaggs, Olivia Newton-John, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Bryan Adams, Christina Aguileraand many other people. (see “Artists produced,” below).

He has produced debut albums for The Corrs, Michael Bublé, Renee Olstead, and Josh Groban, which were released under his own record label, 143 Records, and distributed through Warner Music. Foster helped launch Kevin Sharp’s career after the two met through the Make-A-Wish Foundation and David Hayes singing a song by Laramy Smith “Freind”.

In 1985, Rolling Stone magazine named Foster the “master of … bombastic pop kitsch.” That year, Foster composed the score for the film St. Elmo’s Fire, including “Love Theme from St. Elmo’s Fire” which hit #15 in US pop charts. Another song from the film, “St. Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion)”, recorded by John Parr hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on September 7, 1985. The following years, Foster continued turning out occasional film scores, including the Michael J. Fox comedy The Secret of My Success and the Jodie Foster-Mark Harmon drama Stealing Home, both of which spawned soundtrack albums with prominent Foster-penned contributions. He collaborated with then-wife Linda Thompson on the song “I Have Nothing”, sung by Whitney Houston in the 1992 film The Bodyguard.

The couple were nominated for a Grammy Award and an Academy Award for Best Song for the song. Foster, along with Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, composed “The Power of the Dream” as the official song of the 1996 Summer Olympics, with Thompson providing the lyrics (sung by Céline Dion). He also composed “Winter Games”, the theme song for 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Alberta. “Winter Games” is the soundtrack for a fountain show at the Bellagio resort in Las Vegas as well as a fountain show at Sea World Orlando. In 2001, he produced an album of his own arrangement of Canada’s national anthem, O Canada, with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and Lara Fabian. In 2003, Foster won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music and Lyrics for The Concert for World Children’s Day. His song “I Will Be There With You” (sung with Katharine McPhee) is being used by Japan Airlines to promote the introduction of new aircraft to its US flights.

During the 1990s he often performed acts with San Diego vocalist Warren Wiebe, whom he had discovered in the restroom of a hotel bar in 1987. In 1994 he had Wiebe put together a band called Millennium featuring Nita Whitaker and a few session vocalists, but the deal with Foster’s record company led to the group’s demise. Wiebe was Foster’s “mouth” on many of his videos but committed suicide before he could release a solo album.

In 2009 it was revealed that Foster had worked with songwriter Diane Warren to produce records for Whitney Houston’s upcoming album. It was then announced that her comeback single would be the Foster-produced “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength”.

He recently collaborated with American Idol finalist Michael Johns on the re-write of his popular 80’s hit “St Elmo’s Fire (Man in Motion).”

DOwnload the Mp3 of david from this link :

1. David Foster – After The Love Has Gone mp3
2. David Foster – The Damage Done mp3
3. David Foster – Voices That Care mp3
4. David Foster – Love Theme From St. Elmo’s Fire mp3
5. David Foster – David Foster mp3
6. David Foster – [untitled] mp3
7. David Foster-Morgan – The Sea Wife mp3
8. David Foster-Morgan – November Level mp3
9. David Foster-Morgan – Meeting My Eagle mp3
10. David Foster/Keyboard Orchestra – Carol of the Bells [Instrumental] mp3
11. David Foster/Warren Wiebe – Warren Wiebe/Paint The Color of My Love.mp3 mp3


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Barry Manilow (born June 17, 1943) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, arranger, producer, conductor, entertainer, and performer, best known for such recordings as “Mandy”, “I Write the Songs”, “Weekend in New England”, “Can’t Smile Without You”, and “Copacabana (At the Copa).”

Barry Manilow

In 1978, five of his albums were on the best-selling charts simultaneously, a feat equalled only by Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson and Johnny Mathis. He has recorded a string of Billboard hit singles and multi-platinum albums that have resulted in his being named Radio & Records number one Adult Contemporary artist and winning three straight American Music Awards for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist. Several well-known entertainers have given Manilow their “stamp of approval,” including Sinatra, who was quoted in the 1970s regarding Manilow, “He’s next.” In 1988, Bob Dylan stopped Manilow at a party, hugged him and said, “Don’t stop what you’re doing, man. We’re all inspired by you.” Arsenio Hall cited Manilow as a favorite guest on The Arsenio Hall Show and admonished his audience to respect him for his work.

As well as producing and arranging albums for other artists, such as Bette Midler, Dionne Warwick and Rosemary Clooney, Manilow has written songs for musicals, films, and commercials. Since February 2005, he had been the headliner at the Las Vegas Hilton, and had performed hundreds of shows before he called time on his 5-year association, performing his last show on December 30, 2009. From March 2010, he is due to headline at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas.

Download Barry’s Songs :

1. Barry Manilow – Memory mp3
2. Barry Manilow – ONE VOICE mp3
3. Barry Manilow – Daybreak mp3
4. Barry Manilow – Real Live Girl mp3
5. Barry Manilow – I AM YOUR CHILD mp3
6. Barry Manilow – Mandy mp3
7. Barry Manilow – Beautiful Music mp3
8. Barry Manilow – New York City Rhythm mp3
9. Barry Manilow – All The Time mp3
10. Barry Manilow – Weekend in New England mp3
11. Barry Manilow – Once In Love With Amy mp3
12. Barry Manilow – I Write The Songs mp3
13. Barry Manilow – What The World Needs Now Is Love mp3

14. Barry Manilow – Cant Smile without You
15. Barry Manilow – Copacabana mp3
16. Barry Manilow – When October Goes mp3
17. Barry Manilow – Even Now mp3
18. Barry Manilow – Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You mp3
19. Barry Manilow – Sincerely/Teach Me Tonight mp3
20. Barry Manilow – Could It Be Magic mp3
21. Barry Manilow – OneVoice-Manilow mp3

Barry was born as Barry Alan Pincus to Harold Keliher Pincus and Edna Manilow. His father was of Irish descent. Both his parents were of the Jewish faith. He was raised in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, attending Brooklyn’s Eastern District High School. After his high school graduation in 1961, Manilow enrolled at The Juilliard School, while working at CBS to pay his expenses. At CBS in 1964 Manilow met Bro Herrod, a director, who asked him to arrange some public domain songs for a musical adaptation of the melodrama, The Drunkard. Instead, Manilow wrote an entire original score. The musical became a success and ran Off-Broadway for eight years at the 13th Street Theatre in New York. Manilow then earned money by working as a pianist, producer, and arranger. He has said of that time that he played piano for anybody: “If the check cleared, I was there.”

Manilow also worked as a commercial jingle writer/singer, an activity that continued well into the 1970s. He penned many of the jingles that he performed, including those for Bowlene Toilet Cleaner, State Farm Insurance (“Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there…”), Stridex acne cleanser, and Band-Aid (“I am stuck on Band-Aid, ’cause Band-Aid’s stuck on me!” sang by a jubilant struggling actor named John Travolta), among others. His singing-only credits include Kentucky Fried Chicken, Pepsi, Jack in the Box, Dr Pepper, and the famed McDonald’s “You Deserve a Break Today” campaign. Manilow won two Clio Awards in 1976 for his work for Tab and Band-Aid.

By 1967, Manilow was the musical director for the WCBS-TV series Callback which premiered on January 27, 1968. He next conducted and arranged for Ed Sullivan’s production company, arranging a new theme for The Late Show, while still writing, producing, and singing his radio and television jingles. At the same time, he and Jeanne Lucas performed as a duo for a two-season run at New York’s Upstairs at the Downstairs club.


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benyamin suebBenyamin Sueb was born in Kemayoran, Jakarta on 5 March 1939. He was a singer, comedian and producer for the film, the recording, the main director of Jiung Movies Company. He path through education; Elementary School : Bendungan Jago, Jakarta (1946-1951) and Santo Yosef Bandung (1951-1952), Junior High School : Taman Madya Cikini, Jakarta (1955), Senior High School : Taman Siswa, Jakarta (1958), Akademi Bank Jakarta (not completed); Course in Lembaga Pembinaan Perusahaan & Ketatalaksanaan (1960), Military Basic Exersice in Kodam V Jaya (1960), Course in Lembaga Administrasi Negara (1964).

With a voice between baritone and bass, he brought the songs typically Betawi. Among the song-music that is famous; Si Jampang, Ondel-ondel, Bang Puase, Nyai Dasima, Terasi Garem, Tukang Garem, and Tukang Kredit. The main current in the film Dunia Belum Kaiamat and Biang Kerok (1970).

In Indonesian Film Festival, he achieved Citra award as the best actor in Intan Berduri (1972) and Si Doel Anak Modern (1976). Benyamin Sueb also as film producer and director such as; Duyung Ajaib (1978), Setan Jalanan, Setan kubur, Tarzan Kota, Tarzan Pensiunan. He has been playing as many as 27 movie titles including Bing Slamet Setan Jalanan (1971).

Benyamin went to Mecca to complete the Islamic pilgrimage of Hajj for the fourteenth time. He died on 5 September 1995 after being in a coma for a few days. Benyamin is buried in Karet Bivak, Jakarta.

Wants to hear some of his song?,

please check his disco/filmography, with a link for some song of him.


  1. Kancil Kesasar/Kue Onde (Mesra Records)
  2. Si Jampang (Melodi Record)
  3. Oom Senang (Mesra Record)
  4. Brang Breng Brong (Diamond Record)
  5. Jangkrik Genggong (Mutiara Record)
  6. Apollo (Indah Records)
  7. Tukang Tuak (Undah Records)
  8. Nonton Pecoen (Remaco)
  9. Keluarga Gila (Remaco)
  10. Tukang Sado (Remaco)
  11. Tukang Becak (Remaco)
  12. Terus Turun (Remaco)
  13. Steambath (Remaco)
  14. Dul-Dul Tjak (Mutiara Records)
  15. Patjaran (Indah Records)
  16. Ngupi (Remaco)
  17. Nyari Kutu (Indah Records)
  18. Tukang Loak (Indah Records)
  19. Ngibing (J&B)
  20. Maredel (Remaco)
  21. Mak Minta Makan Mak (Remaco)
  22. Anak Sekarang (Remaco)
  23. Blues Kejepit Pintu (Remaco)
  24. Bul Bul Efendi (Irama Tara)
  25. Kicir-Kicir (Remaco)
  26. Asal Nguap (Indah Records)
  27. Makan (Remaco)
  28. Main Congklak (Irama Tara)
  29. Ketemu Bayi Tabung (Irama Tara)
  30. Soraya (Fila Records)
  31. Telepon Cinta (Insan Record/RCA)
  32. Martabak (Insan Record)
  33. Ngibing Betawi (Varia Nada Utama)
  34. Cintaku Berat di Ongkos (Virgo Ramayana Records)
  35. Assoy (Ben’s Records)
  36. Duit (Mutiara Records)
  37. Bayi Tabung (Insan Records)
  38. Mat Codet (Irama Asia)
  39. Tua-Tua Komersiel (Gesit Records)
  40. Saya Bilang (Abadi Records)
  41. Telepon Umum (Purnama Records)
  42. Belajar Membaca (Irama Asia)
  43. Nostalgila (Asia Records)
  44. Sang Kodok (BBB)
  45. Biang Kerok Bersama Al Haj (Virgo Ramayana/Ben’s Records)


  1. Indehoy feat Rossy (Mesra Records)
  2. Tukang Solder feat Rossy (Diamond Records)
  3. Es Tape feat Rossy (Indah Records)
  4. Tukang Loak feat Lilis Suryani (Remaco)
  5. Ngelamar feat Rita Zahara (Indah Records)
  6. Tukang Duren feat Rita Zahara (Indah Records)
  7. Tukang Kridit feat Ida Royani (Indah Records)
  8. Siapa Punya feat Ida Royani (Indah Records)
  9. Begini Begitu feat Ida Royani (Indah Records)
  10. Tukang Delman feat Ida Royani (Indah Records)
  11. Si Mirah Jande Marunde feat Ida Royani (Indah Records)
  12. Yang Paling Enak feat Ida Royani (Dian Records)
  13. Dunia Terbalik feat Ida Royani (Dian Records)
  14. Anak Bapak feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  15. Di Sini Aje feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  16. Item Manis feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  17. Tukang Tape feat Ida Royani (Irama Mas)
  18. Perkutut feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  19. Lampu Merah feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  20. Lampu Merah II feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  21. Cinta tak Terbatas feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  22. Aturan Asyik feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  23. Ketemu Lagi feat Ida Royani (Remaco)
  24. Jampang and His Wife feat Inneke Kusumawati (Remaco)
  25. Janda Kembang feat Inneke Kusumawati (Remaco)
  26. Semut Jepang feat Inneke Kusumawati (Remaco)
  27. Monyet Nangkring feat Inneke Kusumawati (Remaco)
  28. Dokter feat Inneke Kusumawati (Mutiara)
  29. Mancing Lindung feat Herlina Effendy (Remaco)
  30. Cong-Cong Balicong feat Herlina Effendy (Remaco)
  31. Muhammad Ali feat Herlina Effendy (Remaco)
  32. Sumur Pompa feat Herlina Effendy (Remaco)
  33. Raport Merah feat Herlina Effendy (Remaco)
  34. Apanya Dong feat Euis Darliah (DD Records)
  35. Apanya Dong II feat Euis Darliah (DD Records)
  36. Dicoba Dong feat Euis Darliah (DD Records)
  37. Tukang Sate feat Beno Benyamin (Remaco)


  1. Warung Jakarte (ABC Records)
  2. Bergurau dan Bernyanyi with Eddy Sud (Purnama Records)
  3. Paling Enak with Eddy Sud (Purnama Records)
  4. Sepak Bola with Eddy Sud (Purnama Records)
  5. Gepeng Menantu Benyamin with Srimulat (Pratama Records)


  1. Akhir Sebuah Impian (Musica Studios)
  2. Koboi Ngungsi (Remaco)


  1. Parade 68 (Mesra Records)
  2. Tak Mau Dimadu (Remaco)
  3. Dunia Masih Lebar (Remaco)
  4. Ke Pantai Florida (Mutiara)
  5. Kompal Kampil (Remaco)
  6. Pijitin (Remaco)
  7. Artis JK Records (JK Records)
  8. In Memoriam Benyamin S (Musica Studio)
  9. Juki (Musica Studios)



  • Honey Money and Jakarta Fair


  • Dunia Belum Kiamat (Nya’ Abbas Akup)
  • Hostess Anita (Matnoor Tindaun)
  • Brandal-brandal Metropolitan
  • Banteng Betawi (Nawi Ismail)


  • Bing Slamet Setan Jalanan (Hasmanan)
  • Angkara Murka (Chaidir Rachman)
  • Intan Berduri (Turino Djunaidy)
  • Biang Kerok (Nawi Ismail)


  • Si Doel Anak Betawi (Sjumandjaja)
  • Akhir Sebuah Impian (Turino Djunaidy)
  • Jimat Benyamin (Bay Isbahi)
  • Biang Kerok Beruntung (Nawi Ismail)
  • Percintaan (Pietrajaya Burnama)
  • Cukong Bloon (C.C. Hardy)
  • Ambisi (film)|Ambisi (Nya’ Abbas Acup)
  • Benyamin Brengsek (Nawi Ismail)
  • Si Rano (Motinggo Busye)
  • Bapak Kawin Lagi (Lilik Sudjio)


  • Musuh Bebuyutan (Benyamin Sueb)
  • Ratu Amplop (Nawi Ismail)
  • Benyamin Si Abu Nawas (Fritz G. Schad)
  • Benyamin Spion 025 (Tjut Jalil)
  • Tarzan Kota (Lilik Sudjio)
  • Drakula Mantu (Nya’ Abbas Acup)


  • Buaya Gile (Syamsul Fuad)
  • Benyamin Tukang Ngibul (Nawi Ismail)
  • Setan Kuburan (Daeng Harris)
  • Benyamin Koboi Ngungsi (Nawi Ismail)
  • Benyamin Raja Lenong (Syamsul Fuad)
  • Traktor Benyamin (Lilik Sudjio)
  • Samson Betawi (Nawi Ismail)


  • Zorro Kemayoran (Lilik Sudjio)
  • Hipies Lokal (Benjamin Sueb)
  • Si Doel Anak Modern (Sjumandjaja)
  • Tiga Jango (Nawi Ismail)
  • Benyamin Jatuh Cinta (Syamsul Fuad)
  • Tarzan Pensiunan (Lilik Sudjio)
  • Pinangan


  • Sorga (film)|Sorga (Turino Djunaid])
  • Raja Copet (Syamsul Fuad)
  • Tuan, Nyonya dan Pelayan (Nawi Ismail)
  • Selangit Mesra (Turino Djunaidy)


  • Duyung Ajaib (Benyamin Sueb)
  • Dukun Kota (Syamsul Fuad)
  • Betty Bencong Slebor (Benyamin Sueb)
  • Bersemi Di Lembah Tidar (Franky Rorimpandey)


  • Musang Berjanggut (Pietrajaya Burnama)


  • Tante Girang
  • Sama Gilanya (Nawi Ismail)


  • Dunia Makin Tua / Asal Tahu Saja


  • Koboi Insyaf / Komedi lawak ’88 (Syamsul Fuad)


  • Kabayan Saba Kota

Links to Benyamin Mp3’s Songs

  1. Minta Duit – duet with Ida Royani
  2. Layang-layang – duet with Ida Royani
  3. Begini -begitu
  4. DIgebukin
  5. Tragedi CInta


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Travolta, the youngest of six children, was born and raised in Englewood, New Jersey, an inner-ring suburb of New York City. His father, Salvatore Travolta, was a semi-professional football player turned tire salesman and partner in a tire company. His mother, Helen Cecilia (née Burke), who was 42 when Travolta was born, was an actress and singer who had appeared in The Sunshine Sisters, a radio vocal group, and acted and directed before becoming a high school drama and English teacher. His father was a second-generation Italian American and his mother was Irish American;. His other siblings are Joey, Ellen, Ann, Margaret, and Sam Travolta. He grew up in an Irish-American neighborhood and has said that his household was predominantly Irish in culture. His family was Roman Catholic.

Early career

After attending Dwight Morrow High School, Travolta moved across the Hudson River to New York City and landed a role in the touring company of the musical Grease and on Broadway in Over Here! singing the Sherman Brothers’ song “Dream Drummin'”. He then moved to Los Angeles to further his career in show business.

Travolta’s first California-filmed television role was as a fall victim in, Emergency! (S2E2), in September 1972,but his first significant movie role was as Billy Nolan, a bully who was goaded into playing a prank on Sissy Spacek’s character in the horror film, Carrie (1976). Around the same time, he landed his star-making role as Vinnie Barbarino in the TV sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter (1975–1979), in which his sister, Ellen, also occasionally appeared (as Arnold Horshack’s mother).’70s stardom

Travolta in one of his earliest roles, in The Boy in the Plastic Bubble (1976)

Around this time, Travolta had a hit single entitled “Let Her In” peaking at number ten on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In the next few years, he appeared in some of his most memorable screen roles: Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever (1977) and as Danny Zuko in Grease (1978). These two films were among the most commercially successful pictures of the decade and catapulted Travolta to international stardom. Saturday Night Fever earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. At age 24, Travolta became one of the youngest performers ever nominated for the Best Actor Oscar. His mother and his sister Ann appeared as extras in Saturday Night Fever and his sister Ellen appeared as a waitress in Grease. Travolta performed several of the songs on the Grease soundtrack album, In 1980, Travolta inspired a nationwide country music craze that followed on the heels of his hit film, Urban Cowboy, in which he starred with Debra Winger.

Please Click here to download Grease-john travolta mp3-songs 

Travolta in 1983

After Urban Cowboy came a string of flops that sidelined his acting career. Staying Alive, the sequel to Saturday Night Fever, Perfect, co-starring Jamie Lee Curtis, and Two of a Kind, a romantic comedy reteaming him with Olivia Newton-John. During that time he was offered, but turned down, lead roles in what would become box office hits, including American Gigolo and An Officer and a Gentleman, both of which went to Richard Gere. His only hit film was Look Who’s Talking with Kirstie Alley and a baby voiced by Bruce Willis.


It was not until he played Vincent Vega in Quentin Tarantino’s hit Pulp Fiction (1994), for which he received an Academy Award nomination, that his career was revived.[22][23] The movie shifted him back onto the A-list, and he was inundated with offers. Notable roles following Pulp Fiction include a movie-buff loan shark in Get Shorty (1995), an FBI agent and terrorist in Face/Off (1997), a desperate attorney in A Civil Action (1998), a Bill Clinton-esque presidential candidate in Primary Colors (1998) and a military detective in The General’s Daughter (1999).


Travolta also starred in Battlefield Earth (2000) based on a work of science fiction by L. Ron Hubbard, in which he played the leader of a group of aliens that enslaves humanity on a bleak future Earth. The film received almost universally negative reviews and did very poorly at the box office.[24] The film won a Razzie Award for Worst Film of the Year at the 2000 awards. Travolta, who became a Scientologist in 1975 and endorses Hubbard’s teachings, had hoped that the film would be well received and be the first in a series of Hubbard film adaptations. In 2004, Travolta played Deputy Chief Mike Kennedy in the Ladder 49. This film was notable for being the first post-9/11 film that focused on the life of a crew of firefighters. Travolta starred as a once successful businessman gone broke and divorced who takes to the road on a motorcycle road-trip with his friends in 2007’s Wild Hogs. Travolta played Mrs. Edna Turnblad in the remake of Hairspray, his first musical since Grease

He was the lead voice role of the Disney film Bolt (2008), where he played a lost canine actor trying to get home and also sang “I Thought I Lost You,’ the duet for the ending credits of the film with co-star Miley Cyrus. In 2009, he appeared in The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, a remake of the 1974 film, and Old Dogs, a live-action comedy, co-starring with Robin Williams and Bernie Mac. His next film was 2010’s From Paris with Love.

Personal life

Travolta married actress Kelly Preston in 1991. The couple had two children: Jett, born on April 13, 1992, and Ella Bleu, born on April 3, 2000.

The couple has regularly attended marriage counselling, and Travolta admits that therapy has helped the marriage.

Travolta was previously involved with actress Diana Hyland, whom he met while filming The Boy in the Plastic Bubble; Hyland died of breast cancer in 1977.

Travolta is a certified pilot and owns five aircraft, including an ex-Australian Boeing 707-138 airliner. The plane bears the name Jett Clipper Ella in honor of his children. Pan American World Airways was a large operator of the Boeing 707 and used Clipper in its names. The 707 aircraft bears the marks of Qantas, as Travolta acts as an official goodwill ambassador for the airline wherever he flies. His $4.9 million estate in the Jumbolair subdivision in Ocala, Florida, is situated on Greystone Airport with its own runway and taxiway right to his front door.

Travolta has been a practitioner of Scientology since 1975 when he was given the book Dianetics while filming the movie The Devil’s Rain in Durango, Mexico.

Joining in the effort with other celebrities in helping with the relief efforts, Travolta flew his 707 full of supplies, doctors, and Scientologist healers into the disaster area in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.

Son’s death

Their son, Jett died on January 2, 2009 while the family was on holiday in The Bahamas.[31][32] A Bahamian death certificate was issued, attributing the cause of death to a seizure.[33] Jett, who had a history of seizures, reportedly suffered from Kawasaki disease in early childhood.

Long a source of speculation, in September 2009, Travolta testified that his son had autism and suffered regular seizures, as part of his testimony in a trial which resulted after an extortion attempt following Jett Travolta’s death.

Yes Guys,..

we’re going to party!! al night long,.. yeaah!,.. and if you need a song to make it more alive!, here is the link :

  1. Happy birthday song
  2. mcdonald’s farm song
  3. openingtheme
  4. Grease – john travolta
  5. SIlk road-kitaro
  6. poco-poco
  7. Played-safri duo
  8. Pre Opening


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“The Star-Spangled Banner” is the national anthem of the United States of America.
The lyrics come from “Defence of Fort McHenry”, a poem written in 1814 by the 35-year-old amateur poet Francis Scott Key after witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry by the British Royal Navy ships in Chesapeake Bay during the Battle of Fort McHenry in the War of 1812.

the original poem

the original poem

The poem was set to the tune of a popular British drinking song, written by John Stafford Smith for the Anacreontic Society, a men’s social club in London. “The Anacreontic Song” (or “To Anacreon in Heaven”), with various lyrics, was already popular in the United States. Set to Key’s poem and renamed “The Star-Spangled Banner”, it would soon become a well-known American patriotic song.

With a range of one and a half octaves, it is known for being difficult to sing. Although the song has four stanzas, only the first is commonly sung today, with the fourth (“O thus be it ever when free men shall stand…”) added on more formal occasions.
In the fourth stanza, Key urged the adoption of “In God is our Trust” as the national motto (“And this be our motto: In God is our Trust”).  The United States adopted the motto “In God We Trust” by law in 1956.

“The Star-Spangled Banner” was recognized for official use by the Navy in 1889 and the President in 1916, and was made the national anthem by a congressional resolution on March 3, 1931 (46 Stat. 1508, codified at 36 U.S.C. § 301), which was signed by President Herbert Hoover.

Before 1931, other songs served as the hymns of American officialdom. “Hail, Columbia” served this purpose at official functions for most of the 19th century. “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee”, whose melody was derived from the British national anthem, also served as a de facto anthem before the adoption of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Following the War of 1812 and subsequent American wars, other songs would emerge to compete for popularity at public events, among them “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Early history of the lyrics
An artist’s rendering of the battle at Fort McHenry. The 15-star, 15-stripe “Star Spangled Banner Flag” which inspired the poem. John Stafford Smith – memorial in Gloucester Cathedral, England

On September 3, 1814, Francis Scott Key and John Stuart Skinner, set sail from Baltimore aboard the ship HMS Minden flying a flag of truce on a mission approved by President James Madison. Their objective was to secure the exchange of prisoners, one of which was Dr. William Beanes, the elderly and popular town physician of Upper Marlboro, and a friend of Key’s who had been captured in his home.
Beanes was accused of aiding the arrest of British soldiers. Key and Skinner boarded the British flagship HMS Tonnant on September 7 and spoke with Major General Robert Ross and then-Vice Admiral Alexander Cochrane over dinner, while they discussed war plans. At first, Ross and
Cochrane refused to release Beanes, but relented after Key and Skinner showed them letters written by wounded British prisoners praising Beanes and other Americans for their kind treatment.

The 15-star, 15-stripe "Star Spangled Banner Flag"

The 15-star, 15-stripe "Star Spangled Banner Flag" which inspired the poem.

Because Key and Skinner had heard details of the plans for the attack on Baltimore, they were held captive until after the battle, first aboard HMS Surprise, and later back on the HMS Minden. After the bombardment, certain British gunboats attempted to slip past the fort and effect a landing in a cove to the west of it, but they were turned away by fire from nearby Fort Covington, the city’s last line of defense.

During the rainy night, Key had witnessed the bombardment and observed that the fort’s smaller “storm flag” continued to fly, but once the shell and Congreve rocket barrage had stopped, he would not know how the battle had turned out until dawn. By then, the storm flag had been lowered, and the larger flag had been raised.

Key was inspired by the American victory and the sight of the large American flag flying  triumphantly above the fort. This flag, with fifteen stars and fifteen stripes, came to be known as the Star Spangled Banner Flag and is today on display in the National Museum of American History, a treasure of the Smithsonian Institution. It was restored in 1914 by Amelia Fowler, and again in 1998 as part of an ongoing conservation program.

Aboard the ship the next day, Key wrote a poem on the back of a letter he had kept in his pocket. At twilight on 16 September, he and Skinner were released in Baltimore. He completed the poem at the Indian Queen Hotel, where he was staying, and he entitled it “Defence of Fort McHenry”.

Interestingly, much of the idea of the poem and even some of the wording is arguably derived from an earlier song by Key, also set to the tune of The Anacreontic Song. The song, known as “When the Warrior Returns”, is said to have been written in honor of Stephen Decatur and Charles Stewart on their return from the First Barbary War.

According to the historian Robin Blackburn, the words “the hireling and slave” allude to the fact that the British attackers had many ex-slaves in their ranks, who had been promised liberty and demanded to be placed in the battle line “where they might expect to meet their former

Key gave the poem to his brother-in-law, Judge Joseph H. Nicholson. Nicholson saw that the words fit the popular melody “The Anacreontic Song”, of English composer John Stafford Smith, which was the official song of the Anacreontic Society, an 18th-century gentlemen’s club of amateur musicians in London. Nicholson took the poem to a printer in Baltimore, who anonymously printed broadside copies of it – the song’s first known printing – on September 17; of these, two known copies survive. Francis Scott Key’s original manuscript copy of his “Star-Spangled Banner” poem. It is now on display at the Maryland Historical Society.

On September 20, both the Baltimore Patriot and The American printed the song, with the note “Tune: Anacreon in Heaven”. The song quickly became popular, with seventeen newspapers from Georgia to New Hampshire printing it. Soon after, Thomas Carr of the Carr Music Store in Baltimore published the words and music together under the title “The Star-Spangled Banner”, although it was originally  called “Defence of Fort McHenry”. The song’s popularity increased, and its first public performance took place in October, when Baltimore actor Ferdinand Durang sang it at Captain McCauley’s tavern.

Commemorative plaque in Washington, D.C. marking the site at 601 Pennsylvania Avenue where “The Star-Spangled Banner” was first publicly sung

The song gained popularity throughout the nineteenth century and bands played it during public events, such as July 4 celebrations.

On July 27, 1889, Secretary of the Navy Benjamin F. Tracy signed General Order #374, making “The Star-Spangled Banner” the official tune to be played at the raising of the flag.

In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson ordered that “The Star-Spangled Banner” be played at military and other appropriate occasions.
Although the playing of the song two years later during the seventh-inning stretch of the 1918 World Series is often noted as the first instance that the anthem was played at a baseball game, evidence shows that the “Star-Spangled Banner” was performed as early as 1897 at opening day ceremonies in Philadelphia and then more regularly at the Polo Grounds in New York City beginning in 1898. However, the tradition of performing the national anthem before every baseball game began in World War II. Today, the anthem is performed before the beginning of all MLS, NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL games (with at least one American team playing), as well as in a pre-race ceremony portion of every NASCAR race.

On November 3, 1929, Robert Ripley drew a panel in his syndicated cartoon, Ripley’s Believe it or Not!, saying “Believe It or Not, America has no national anthem”. In 1931, John Philip Sousa published his opinion in favor, stating that “it is the spirit of the music that inspires” as much as it is Key’s “soul-stirring” words. By a law signed on March 3, 1931 by President Herbert Hoover, “The Star-Spangled Banner” was adopted as the official national anthem of the United States.

Modern history

The first “pop” performance of the anthem heard by mainstream America was by Puerto Rican singer and guitarist Jose Feliciano.
He shocked some people in the crowd at Tiger Stadium in Detroit and some Americans when he strummed a slow, bluesy rendition of the national anthem before game five of the 1968 World Series between Detroit and St. Louis. This rendition started contemporary “Star-Spangled Banner” controversies. The response from many in Vietnam-era America was generally negative, given that 1968 was a tumultuous year for the United States. Despite the controversy, Feliciano’s performance opened the door for the countless interpretations of the “Star-Spangled Banner” heard today.  One week after Feliciano’s performance, the anthem was in the news again when American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos lifted controversial raised-fists at the 1968 Olympics while the “Star-Spangled Banner” played at a medal ceremony.

Marvin Gaye gave a soul-influenced performance at the 1983 NBA All-Star Game and Whitney Houston gave a soulful rendition before Super Bowl XXV in 1991, which was released as a single that charted at number 20 in 1991 and number 6 in 2001 (the only times the anthem has been on the Billboard Hot 100). Another famous instrumental interpretation is Jimi Hendrix’s version which was a set-list staple from autumn 1968 until his death in September 1970. Incorporating sonic effects to emphasize the “rockets’ red glare”, and “bombs bursting in air”, it became a late-1960s emblem. Roseanne Barr gave a controversial performance of the anthem at a baseball
game on July 25, 1990. The comedienne belted out a screechy rendition of the song, and afterward she attempted a gesture of ball players by spitting and grabbing her crotch as if adjusting a protective cup. The song and the closing routine offended many in the audience and, later, across the country after it was played on television.

In March 2005, a government-sponsored program, the National Anthem Project, was launched after a Harris Interactive poll showed many adults knew neither the lyrics nor the history of the anthem.

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Cover of sheet music for “The Star-Spangled Banner”, transcribed for piano by Ch. Voss, Philadelphia: G. Andre & Co., 1862

Oh say can you see by the dawn’s early light
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight,
O’er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming?
And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
O! say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?

On the shore, dimly seen through the glass of the deep,
Where the foe’s haughty host in dread silence reposes,
What is that which the breeze, o’er the towering steep,
As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses?
Now it catches the gleam of the morning’s first beam,
In full glory reflected now shines in the stream:
‘Tis the star-spangled banner! Oh long may it wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

And where is that band who so vauntingly swore
That the havoc of war and the battle’s confusion,
A home and a country should leave us no more!
Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps’ pollution.
No refuge could save the hireling and slave
From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave:
And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

O! thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand
Between their loved home and the war’s desolation!
Blest with victory and peace, may the heav’n rescued land
Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation.
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,
And this be our motto: ‘In God is our trust.’
And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave!

Additional Civil War period lyrics

In indignation over the start of the Civil War, Oliver Wendell Holmes added a fifth stanza to the song in
1861 which appeared in songbooks of the era.

When our land is illumined with liberty’s smile,
If a foe from within strikes a blow at her glory,
Down, down with the traitor that tries to defile
The flag of the stars, and the page of her story!
By the millions unchained,
Who their birthright have gained
We will keep her bright blazon forever unstained;
And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave,
While the land of the free is the home of the brave.

Alternative lyrics

In a version hand-written by Francis Scott Key in 1840, the third line reads “Whose bright stars and broad stripes,
through the clouds of the fight,”.

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Here are the list of interesting national song of indonesia, as you can see, most of the song still consist of Heroes and nationality of Indonesia’s lyrics.

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  • Andika Bhayangkari (Amir Pasaribu)
  • Api Kemerdekaan (Joko Lelono/Martono)
  • Bagimu Negri (R. Kusbini)
  • Bangun Pemudi Pemuda (Alfred Simanjuntak)
  • Bendera Kita (Dirman Sasmokoadi)
  • Bendera Merah Putih (Ibu Soed)
  • Berkibarlah Benderaku (Ibu Soed)
  • Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (Binsar Sitompul/A Thalib)
  • Dari Sabang Sampai Merauke (R Soerardjo)
  • Di Timur Matahari (Wage Rudolf Soepratman)
  • Gugur Bunga (Ismail Marzuki)
  • Garuda Pancasila
  • Halo-Halo Bandung (Nama pencipta masih diperdebatkan)
  • Hari Merdeka (Husein Mutahar)
  • Himne Kemerdekaan (Ibu Soed/Wiratmo Sukito]
  • Ibu Kita Kartini (Wage Rudolf Soepratman)
  • Indonesia Bersatulah (Alfred Simanjuntak)
  • Indonesia Jaya (Chaken M)
  • Indonesia Raya (Wage Rudolf Soepratman)
  • Indonesia Subur (M Syafei)
  • Indonesia Pusaka (Ismail Marzuki)
  • Indonesia Tetap Merdeka (Cornel Simanjuntak)
  • Indonesia Tumpah Darahku (Ibu Soed)
  • Kebyar Kebyar (Gombloh)
  • Ku Pinta Lagi (Cornel Simanjuntak)
  • Majulah Negeriku (Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono)
  • Maju Indonesia (Cornel Simanjuntak)
  • Maju Tak Gentar (Cornel Simanjuntak)
  • Mars Bambu Runcing Mars Harapan Bangsa Mars Pancasila (Sudharnoto)
  • Mars Harapan BAngsa
  • Mars Pancasila
  • Melati di Tapal Batas (Ismail Marzuki)
  • Mengheningkan Cipta (Truno Prawit)
  • Merah Putih (Ibu Soed)
  • Nyiur Hijau (Maladi)
  • Pada Pahlawan (Cornel Simanjuntak/Usmar Ismail)
  • Pahlawan Merdeka (Wage Rudolf Soepratman)
  • Pahlawan Tanpa Tanda Jasa (Sartono)
  • Rayuan Pulau Kelapa (Ismail Marzuki)
  • Satu Nusa Satu Bangsa (Liberty Manik)
  • Selamat Datang Pahlawan Muda (Ismail Marzuki)
  • Syukur (Husein Mutahar)
  • Tanah Airku (Ibu Soed)
  • Tanah Airku (Iskak)
  • Tanah Tumpah Darahku (Cornel Simanjuntak/Sanusi Pane)
  • Teguh Kukuh Berlapis Baja (Cornel Simanjuntak/Usmar Ismail)
  • Terima Kasih Kepada Pahlawanku (Husein Mutahar) –


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National anthem is a song that is usually owned by each country to increase citizens’ sense of nationalism.

Many reasons underlie the creation of a national anthem, and it is very  interesting to study.

Sense of patriotism, nationalism, the struggle mostly adorn his verse.

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  1. Australian
  2. azerbaijan
  3. bulgaria
  4. canada
  5. checnya
  6. cheko
  7. croatia
  8. Egypt
  9. germany
  10. India
  11. Indonesia raya . (read the article)
  12. italia
  13. jamaica
  14. Kyrgystan
  15. malta
  16. moldovan
  17. Namibia
  18. Nepal
  19. New zealand
  20. polandia
  21. Portugese
  22. rumania
  23. Rusia
  24. singapore
  25. soviet union
  26. Spanish
  27. Sri lanka
  28. taiwan
  29. tibet
  30. turkmenistan
  31. UK
  32. USA (read the Article)
  33. USSR
  34. vietnam
  35. yugoslavia


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Indonesia Raya is the national anthem of the Republic of Indonesia. The song was introduced by its composer, Wage Rudolf Supratman, on 28 October 1928 during the Second Indonesian Youth Congress in Batavia. The song marked the birth of the all-archipelago nationalist movement in Indonesia that supported the idea of one single “Indonesia” as successor to the Dutch East Indies, rather than split into several colonies.

The first stanza of Indonesia Raya was chosen as the national anthem when Indonesia proclaimed its independence at 17 August 1945.

One of the two original publications

One of the two original publications of what is now known as Indonesia Raya in the 10 November 1928 edition of the Sin Po Chinese weekly.

Indonesia Raya is played in flag raising ceremonies. The flag is raised in a solemn and timed motion so that it reaches the top of the flagpole as the anthem ends. The main flag raising ceremony is held annually on 17 August to commemorate Independence day. The ceremony is led by the President of Indonesia.

Indonesian Youth Congress

In 1928, youths from across Indonesia held the first Indonesian Youth Congress, an official meeting to push for the independence of the nation. Upon hearing about the efforts, young reporter Wage Rudolf Supratman contacted the organizers of Congress with the intention of reporting the story, but they requested that he not publish the story from fear of Dutch colonial authorities. The organizers wanted to avoid suspicion so that the Dutch would not ban the event. Supratman promised them this, and the organizers allowed him free access to the event. Supratman, who was also a musician and also a teacher, was inspired by the meetings and intended to write a song for the conference. After receiving encouragement from the conference leader Sugondo Djojopuspito, Supratman played on the violin the song Indonesia with the hope that it would someday become a national anthem. He kept the script to himself because he felt that it was not the appropriate time to announce it.

Supratman first performed Indonesia on the violin on 28 October 1928 during the Second Indonesian Youth Congress.


Following the Second Youth Congress, the text of Indonesia was distributed by many political and student organizations. The press also played a key role in the publication of the song. On 7 November 1928, the Soeloeh Ra’jat Indonesia daily published the text to the song. This was followed by the Sin Po Chinese weekly on 10 November In 1929, Wage Rudolf Supratman changed the title of his song to Indonesia Raya and appended the phrase National Anthem of Indonesia below it, but the text of the song did not change. Supratman personally printed and distributed copies of the song with its new title through pamphlets. All one thousand copies of the manuscript were sold within a short amount of time to his friends and family.

A businessman friend of his, Yo Kim Tjan, also expressed interest in recording Indonesia Raya. With Supratman’s consent, Yo created a copy of the song on a gramophone record overseas in order to obtain the best sound quality with the intention of bringing the copy back to Indonesia. However, before Yo was able to do so, Dutch colonial authorities had imposed a ban on the song. Yo was unable to bring the original back but was able to bring home a copy. According to Yo, Supratman had also given him the rights to sell record copies of Indonesia Raya through his store Toko Populair.

Orchestral arrangement

Jozef Cleber a Dutch musician that arrived with a patron of 46 persons of Philharmonic Orchestra under direction of Yvon Baarspul was sent by the Netherlands Government to help the Indonesian Government for music development in Jakarta. Jos Cleber (34 years old), in his town was an experienced arranger for popular songs, and also successfully for Indonesian pop song arrangements, like Di Bawah Sinar Bulan Purnama and Rangkaian Melati, was aksed to arranged the Indonesia Raya anthem by President Soekarno in 1950.

The arrangements starts with a Tutti of strings and trumpets (in Verse A) that represents a brave and an elegant sound, and in the middle of the song (in Verse B) is played smoothly by strings, and finally (in Verse C) comes another Tutti of strings and trumpets with beautiful contrapuntal background of cornos, and together with timpanis and cymbals make it a brave sound for a national anthem that respected by the people.

The original recording was recorded by the Cosmopolitan Orchestra under the direction of Jos Cleber, and it was recorded on Phillips tape in 1951 by the Radio of Jakarta. Then it was digital re-recorded in 1997 in Australia based on Jos Cleber partiturs that stored in Jakarta, and it was played again by the Victorian Philharmonic under direction of Adie MS.


In 1951, ownership of the copyright to Indonesia Raya came into question. President Sukarno ordered a search for the rightful heir to Supratman By law, Supratman was the copyright holder of Indonesia Raya as its composer. After Supratman’s death in 1938, ownership of the rights to his works fell upon the designated heirs, his four surviving sisters. However, because Indonesia Raya was officially adopted as the national anthem of Indonesia on 17 August 1945, the work became the property of the state. In addition, the name of “Wage Rudolf Supratman” must be listed as its creator.

As a national anthem, copies of Indonesia Raya cannot be circulated as merchandise to be sold. Consequently, the government had the obligation to obtain all the rights to distribute the song, including the original recording, from Yo Kim Tjan. In 1958, the government obtained the sole right to Indonesia Raya from Supratman’s family. The following year, Yo handed the original record of the song to the Indonesian government. With the recommendation of the Department of Education, the government also rewarded Supratman’s sisters with 250,000 Indonesian rupiah each on 31 May 1960.

this anthem usually be use by Indonesian during flag raising ceremony every Monday.

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Original lyrics (1928)


-Wage Rudolf Supratman-

Indonesia, tanah airkoe,

Tanah toempah darahkoe,

Disanalah akoe berdiri,

Mendjaga Pandoe Iboekoe.

Indonesia kebangsaankoe,

Kebangsaan tanah airkoe,

Marilah kita berseroe:

“Indonesia Bersatoe”.

Hidoeplah tanahkoe,

Hidoeplah neg’rikoe,

Bangsakoe, djiwakoe, semoea,

Bangoenlah rajatnja,

Bangoenlah badannja,

Oentoek Indonesia Raja.

Refrain :

Indones’, Indones’,

Moelia, Moelia,

Tanahkoe, neg’rikoe jang koetjinta.

Indones’, Indones’,

Moelia, Moelia,

Hidoeplah Indonesia Raja.


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