Several musicians have created music about Songs About Rivers. We wrote about 24 of the best ones.
From the album, I Follow Rivers (The Magician Remix), released on October 10, 2011
The song "I Follow Rivers - The Magician Remix" by Lykke Li is a remix of her original song "I Follow Rivers". The remix was done by The Magician, and it features a more uptempo beat with heavier synths and a more dance-friendly sound. The song was released as a single in 2012, and it was included on Lykke Li's album "I Never Learn" as a bonus track.
From the album, Songs to Break Up To, released on May 1, 2020
"Thinking 'Bout Love" is a song by Canadian folk-rock duo Wild Rivers. The song was written by the band's members, Luke Roes and Kristen Doucette. It was released as the lead single from their debut album, Wild Rivers, in 2020. The song is a mellow, acoustic-driven folk ballad. It reflects on the complexity of love and the emotions that come with it. The song is driven by the band's harmonies and the acoustic guitar and piano accompaniment. The production is lush, with layers of warm guitars and gentle strings. The song was recorded in Toronto and produced by Northern Soul and Adam Pavao. It was mixed by Mark Vreeken and mastered by Joe LaPorta.
From the album, Nightflight to Venus, released in 1978
"Rivers of Babylon" is a reggae-influenced pop song written and recorded by the German group Boney M. in 1978. The song is based on Psalm 137 and chronicles the Babylonian captivity of the Jewish people. The single proved to be a major hit, topping the UK Singles Chart for five weeks and becoming a hit across Europe and beyond. It was produced by Frank Farian and arranged and co-written by Farian and Reyam. It featured lead vocals by Maizie Williams and Bobby Farrell, with Liz Mitchell, Marcia Barrett and Reggie Tsiboe providing backup vocals. The song was recorded at Union Studios, Munich, in 1978. It was released as a 7" single, backed with "No More Chain Gang".
From the album, The Head And The Heart, released on January 11, 2011
"Rivers and Roads" is a folk-rock song by The Head and the Heart, released on their debut self-titled album in 2010. The song is an ode to the singer's hometown of Seattle and the friends and loved ones he's leaving behind. The lyrics tell an emotional story of saying goodbye to all that is familiar, and setting off on an uncertain journey of the unknown. The song's production reflects the emotive nature of the lyrics, with a minimal arrangement of acoustic guitar, piano, and strings. The band's signature harmony-driven vocals are featured prominently throughout, conveying the heartfelt sentiment of the song.
From the album, B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray, released on April 27, 2010
From the album, Nature's Rain, Oceans, Rivers, released on October 28, 2021
From the album, The Click, released on June 9, 2017
From the album, PERSONA5 ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK, released on January 17, 2017
From the album, Rivers, released on July 10, 2015
From the album, Rivers, released on March 1, 2021
From the album, Riverside 2099, released on July 6, 2018
From the album, Rivers, released on August 17, 2016
From the album, Strange Desire, released on November 5, 2021
From the album, Rivers Deep, released on May 18, 2018
From the album, Into The Unknown, released on October 13, 2020
From the album, 40oz. To Freedom, released on June 1, 1992
From the album, Rivers, released on August 23, 2019
From the album, Rivers, released on September 4, 2020
From the album, Philharmonics, released on October 4, 2010
From the album, Euphoria, released on January 1, 1997
From the album, Rivers, released on October 20, 2017
From the album, Riverside, released on February 18, 2009
From the album, The Harder They Come (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), released on July 7, 1972
From the album, Rivers, released on February 14, 2018
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