You is a single by George Harrison. It was originally recorded for Ronnie Spector, who didn't end up using the track. The backing was recorded in 1970, during sessions for All Things Must Pass, with the help of Ronnie's husband Phil.
You was the 9th single released by UK pop group, S Club 7 on February 11, 2002. The track was a very uptempo retro number reminiscent of the group's third single You're My Number One. The video was set in the 1950s and is described in the BeSt CD booklet as the "candyfloss-bright, tongue-in-cheek 50s pastiche".
"You" is a single from R&B artist Lloyd featuring rapper Lil Wayne and was produced by Big Reese and recorded in the producer's basement as well, the song is from Lloyd's second studio album, entitled Street Love. Lloyd himself has reported that he leaked the song out to an Atlanta radio station to receive airplay. This song samples Spandau Ballet's song "True."
You (YÅ«, born August 29, 1964 as æ±ŸåŽŸç”±å¸Œå Ehara Yukiko) is a Japanese model, television personality, singer and actress. She began her career as a singer, releasing her first single "chotto dake" ("just a little") in 1985. She next formed the Japanese Pop Group Fairchild in 1988, with Seiji Toda and Hirokazu Kawaguchi, serving as vocalist and songwriter.
"You" is the opening song on Pablo Honey by Radiohead. it is notable for being an early favorite among Radiohead fans, and was last played in 2002. It is one of the only songs from Pablo Honey which has been played live since 1998. "You" first appeared on Radiohead's Manic Hedgehog demo, and was later included on the Drill EP.