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The single, Grammy-nominated for Record of the Year, was produced by Richard Perry, who later explained, "It was a different record for its time. It was a big ballad with a heavy backbeat, and although many artists have cut songs like it since, no one was doing it then." Gary Wright, who worked with Badfinger on George Harrison's projects, played the piano. Also featured are Klaus Voormann (bass), Jim Keltner (drums) and John Uribe (acoustic guitar). The string and horn arrangements are by Paul Buckmaster. In 1973, the single won Nilsson the Grammy award for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male. While Nilsson rarely gave live concerts, he did perform the song with Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas in September 1992.
Mariah Carey - Without You (Acoustic Guitar Karaoke Backing Track With)
Some electronic artists, like James Blake, will perform their entire set without a laptop (Blake does use a lot of pre-recorded samples, though), while others, like Flying Lotus, will basically spend their entire set staring at a MacBook. If you know you want certain parts of your backing track to be in the live mix, ask yourself how much of it can be recreated onstage during the performance.
At the 41st Grammy Awards, Come On Over earned Twain six nominations: album of the year, Best Country Album, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Country Song, and Best Female Country Vocal Performance. She won for best country song and best female country vocal performance with "You're Still The One." What's craziest about all of this is that we've made it this far without mentioning the opening track "Man! I Feel Like A Woman," a karaoke staple. 041b061a72