Back in 1967 the English rock band The Moody Blues released their most recognized song nowadays. Nights In White Satin was named after a friend gave Justin Hayward (member of the band and also author of the lyrics) a gift of satin bedsheets. Later in 1995 the German singer Sandra covered the song in a modern dance-pop version. Some would find it way too different than the classical sound of the original – however, Sandra is not just an ordinary singer, and her track has its place in time.
Sandra – Nights In White Satin
Memorable line: “Nights in white satin, never reaching the end / Letters I’ve written, never meaning to send”
Genres: pop, synthpop, disco
The Original Song:
The Moody Blues – Nights In White Satin
Written by: Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues
Label: Deram Records