Friends was the only studio album released by The Beach Boys in 1968.
Friends was a project Elton John and Bernie Taupin took on before their breakout success in the United States. It was recorded as the soundtrack to the film Friends. The title track was a minor hit in the U.S. (#34 on the pop chart) despite the poor performance of the movie.
"Friends" is the second track from the 1970 album Led Zeppelin III, the third studio album of English rock band Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant wrote the song in 1970 at Bron-Yr-Aur, a small cottage in Wales where they stayed after completing gruelling concert tour of the United States.
"Friends" is a song written by Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson and Al Jardine for the American pop band The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1968 album Friends. It was also released as a single, with the B-side of the single being "Little Bird".
Friends is a 1971 film directed by Lewis Gilbert and written by Gilbert, Vernon Harris and Jack Russell. Though the movie was a flop, the soundtrack by Elton John and Bernie Taupin was a success, and was released as the Friends album. The film was nominated for Best Foreign Film - English Language at the 1972 Golden Globe Awards.
Friends is a Tamil movie starring Surya, Vijay, Ramesh Khanna, Devayani, Abhinyashree, Vijayalakshmi and Vadivelu and music composed by Ilayaraja. The film is directed by Siddique.
Friends is an album recorded and released by Chick Corea in 1978.
"Friends" was the second single from Jody Watley's second album, Larger Than Life. "Friends" like her previous single "Real Love" became a multi-format top 10 smash, reaching the top ten of the pop, R&B and dance charts, as well as being her biggest single in the UK since her debut "Looking for a New Love". The song was one of the first ever to feature a rap artist (Eric B & Rakim) and a singer.
Friends were a Swedish pop group made up of Stefan Brunzell, Tony Haglund, Kristian Hermanson, Nina Inhammar, Kim KÃ¤rnfalk and Peter Strandberg. They won Melodifestivalen 2001 with "Lyssna till ditt hjÃ¤rta" and represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 2001 with the English version of the song, "Listen To Your Heartbeat". They split in 2002, with Nina and Kim forming their own duo.
Friends Original TV Soundtrack was an album released by WEA in 1995 featuring songs from the TV show Friends. The songs were not originals written for the series but rather they were tracks either used directly in the show or "inspired" by the show. The album also featured small samples of spoken dialogue from the show's first season.