Originally composed by Dimitri Tiomkin and Ned Washington for the soundtrack of the homonymous movie, it was performed and recorded for the first time by Johnny Mathis in Perfect example of how poetry and music can melt together. You just need to surf on some verses to understand the power of the composition:. Let the wind Blow through your heart For wild is the wind Wild is the wind. The version below is the interpretation of David Robert Jones, better known by the stage name of David Bowie. Legend has it that he decided to cover this song in honor of Nina Simone, since she also made a beatiful version out of it.
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Johnny Mathis recorded the song for the film and released it as a single in November Mathis' version reached No. The song has been recorded many times, by many performers. Mathis recorded the song with a flexible sense of meter, rushing some words as if they were speech. Her most famous interpretation of the song was a studio recording released on the compilation album Wild Is the Wind , made of songs recorded for two earlier album projects.
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