Read All About It Part III was released by Emeli Sande in 2011.
Emeli Sande is a British singer and songwriter, covering mainly the R&B and soul music genres.
She plays vocals and piano and she debuted in 2009, being featured in Chipmunk’s song called Diamond Rings.
It was featured as a promotional single for her first album called Our Version of Events.
When released, Read All About It Part III peaked at number eleven on UK iTunes.
The album was released in 2012, while the single Read All About It, Part III was recorded in 2011.
The name of the album was taken from one of the song’s lyrics:
Let's get the TV & the radio to play our tune again, It's about time we got some airplay of our version of events
With a length of 4 minutes and 42 seconds, the song was released by the Virgin Records label. The producer was Gavin Powell and the writing team consisted of Stephen Manderson, Tom Barnes, Pete Kelleher, Iain James, Ben Kohn, and the singer herself.
Read All About It Part III is one of her greatest songs, very appreciated by the public and with positive reviews from critics.
The free Read All About It Part III piano sheet music is a sequel to 2011 hit Read All About It.
The initial version from 2011 was a hit and was used on Green’s album number two, titled At Your Inconvenience.
Emeli Sande’s single Read All About It, Part III was received well by the music critics and it was performed at the closing ceremony of the Summer Olympics from 2012.
Professor Green and Emeli Sande have worked alongside one another for Green’s first album titled Alive Till I’m Dead.
Emeli provided vocals for the song Kids That Love to Dance on Green’s album. For Green’s second album, Emeli came back with an appearance on Read All About It.
It was the lead single and a great hit, reaching the top of the UK Singles Chart.
Emeli Sande wanted to further the song’s success from 2011 and decided to record her own version of the song, which was named Read All About It, Part III. The singer said that she was deeply impressed with the emotional attachment she had to the song.
She wanted to express her life through a new recording and that’s how this promotional single was born.
After being featured at the Summer Olympics, the song managed to get on the radio station BBC Radio 2.
The free Read All About It, Part III piano sheets performed moderately well internationally, reaching the top 10 in several countries.
In Austria, it reached the fourth place, in Belgium eighth, in France seventh, in Germany, Ireland, and Luxembourg fifth, in the Netherlands fourth, third in Scotland and Switzerland.
The hit was certified Gold in Australia, Austria, and Belgium and the UK, Platinum in Germany, and double Platinum in Switzerland.
The good news is that we now have available all the materials you need to try playing Read All About It Part III at your piano at home. After you do that, please come back with your feedback or maybe a request for another song.