Who did Sam Smith write to stay with me?

Who did Sam Smith write to stay with me?

Smith, Sam Jimmy Napes William Phillips and Tom Petty Jeff Lynne's Composers/Stay with Me is a 2004 album by English singer-songwriter Sam Smith. It was released on 10 March 2004 through Capitol Records. The album includes the singles "I'm Not Alone" and "Someone Like You". "I'm Not Alone" became a hit in many countries; it reached number one in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland and the United Kingdom. It also reached the top five in several other countries including Germany, Norway, Poland and Sweden.

After its success, Smith wrote to Jeff Lynne asking him if he would be interested in working with him on his next album. When asked why he wrote to Lynne, Smith replied: "Because I wanted to keep music as part of my life."

They eventually met up in Los Angeles where they recorded three new songs in just two days. These songs were then added to the original six on the album and turned into nine new tracks.

The album was well received by critics and fans and has since gone gold in many countries. It has sold over 7 million copies worldwide and is considered one of the best pop albums of the 2000s.

Who wrote "stay with me?"?

Smith, Sam Jimmy Napes Petty, Tom Phillips, William Jeff Lynne's Composers/Stay with Me Smith, James Napier, and William Phillips wrote Stay with Me, with additional contributions from Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne. The song was first released in January 1989 as the lead single from Petty's second album, Full Moon Fever. It became a number one hit in the United States and Canada, and has been described as one of the best love songs of all time.

Petty recorded his own version of "Stay with Me" for his 1993 album Free Fallin'. This version was also successful, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Country Songs) chart.

Also written by Petty: "You're gonna need someone on your side when you go to court this morning."

He wrote that line after his father died... I think it's important to remember those things that we take for granted every day.

When did Tom Petty write "Stay With Me"?

The authors of "Stay With Me," who were unfamiliar with the 1989 Petty/Lynne song, listened to "I Won't Back Down" and recognized the similarities. So they called Petty's management team and asked if they could use the song. They agreed on the condition that they be allowed to play some of their own music as well.

Petty received a royalty check for $240,000 for "Stay With Me." He didn't want to spend it all so he decided to save some by not buying a new car. Instead, he bought a BMW M3 that he modified with racing parts.

Petty sold over 20 million copies of his albums between 1978 and 2000. He also had six number one hits on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked him at number 72 on its list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. In 2005, VH1 placed him at number three on its list of the '50 Greatest Voices'.

Petty was born Thomas Earl Petty on March 24th, 1945 in Gainesville, Florida. His father was a school teacher and his mother was a secretary. When he was five years old, the family moved to Clifton, New Jersey where his father got a job at the Pennsylvania Railroad station there.

Who wrote the promises to Sam Smith?

Composers/Promises by Sam Smith. Authors may not be available on Amazon.com due to licensing restrictions.

Who wrote "Gold John Stewart"?

Composers/John Stewart Goldsmith was an English composer and organist born 15 April 1660. He was the son of a London music publisher and learned the violin as a child. At the age of 12 he became a student at the Royal Academy of Music under Giovanni Battista Buonamente. In 1677 he succeeded his father as director of the music press, which had been founded by his father, and held this post for the rest of his life. During this time he composed numerous pieces including operas, oratorios, cantatas, choral works, solo instruments, and songs.

He died in London on 17 August 1731.

Stewart was one of the most important composers of his time and was admired for his elegant style. His best-known work is probably the suite called Golden Time, which contains some of the finest examples of English baroque music.

The name of the suite has sometimes been given as "Goldsmith" instead of "Stewart", but this is incorrect as far as the music itself is concerned.

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