I have a 45 of that song my mom got for me at memorial stadium when i was a kid. the 45 says the song was written and produced by Perfect Pitch Inc...it doesnt list any singer(s).Answer:
Actually, I wrote that song. I owned Perfect Pitch, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio, and we were hired to produce an "Orioles Magic" song by the team. We had previously created music for the Kansas City Royals, Cleveland Indians, and others. "Indian Fever" (Cleveland) and "Orioles Magic" live on, something about which I am extremely proud.
My name is Walt Woodward, and today, no longer in the music business, I am the state historian of Connecticut and a professor of history at UConn.
The name of the song is "Oh, oh, it's magic!" and it is by Electric Light Orchestra and was covered by Pilot.ELO also recorded a song called "Strange Magic."Correction: "It's Magic" was ORIGINALLY recorded by Pilot. ELO did not sing this song.The name of the song is "Magic". It was originally recorded by Pilot in 1974.seehttp://answers.kgb.com/what-band-wrote-oh-oh-its-magic/1185640It is also a song Magic by Selena Gomez.
Who wrote the song almost.
Jimmy Cliff wrote the song Trapped.
She wrote this song by herself.
I have Orioles Magic downloaded, email me email@example.com, I'll send it to you.
'oriole magic' was a song used for along time.
Peter Townshend wrote the Who song Magic Bus. Peter wrote this song at the same time the song My Generation was being recorded, which was in the year 1965. However, it was not actually recorded by the Who until 1968, the same year it was officially released.
The songwriter for the song "Do You Believe in Magic", by "The Lovin' Spoonfull", was John Sebastian. He was a member of this band and wrote a lot of songs.
Yes, he wrote an opera by that name.
The Lovin' Spoonful. I don't know who wrote the song.
It was written by John Sebastian of the group The Lovin' Spoonful.
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