Air Supply is a soft rock duo , consisting of English singer-songwriter and guitarist Graham Russell and Australian lead vocalist Russell Hitchcock. They had a succession of hits worldwide, including eight top-ten hits in the United States in the early s. They formed in Australia in and have included various accompanying musicians and singers.
As we sat to compile and countdown the best 10 songs of Air Supply, we surprised ourselves by singing and humming to every song. The Australian duo Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock came together in and produced hit after hit. In the early 80s they garnered eight Top 10 hits in America and achieved success worldwide. The Australian duo covered this iconic song for their album in If you feel like this song is familiar, fear not! The original version was by Jennifer Rush and has since been covered by a number of famous artists. Talk about getting straight to the point. Talk about seizing the moment! With this song, Air Supply jumps right to it.
During the early '80s, it was difficult for pop music listeners to escape the soft rock ballads of the Australian duo Air Supply, as the pair of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock racked up seven consecutive Top 5 pop hits and added one more before waning significantly by the mid-'80s. Critics, hipsters and rock music fans never gave the duo much attention that wasn't completely negative, but there was clearly an audience somewhere within the record-buying populace for Air Supply's theatrical love songs. Here's a look at some of the best of these ballads and occasional mid-tempo songs of the first half of the '80s, presented in chronological order. Many of the core principles of Air Supply's sweeping early-'80s appeal apply here, as Russell's gentle acoustic guitar sets the stage for a love song but tones things down enough so that Hitchcock's sappy arrival doesn't push things completely over the line.
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