Today we are going to share with you a beautiful song, with a beautiful name - That’s What Friends Are For by Burt Bacharach.
Burt Bacharach is an American composer, songwriter, and producer.
He also plays the piano and has composed hundreds of pop songs starting with the 1950s.
Bacharach has won six times the Grammy Award and three times the Academy Award.
The free That’s What Friends Are For piano sheets are one of his greatest songs and it has been released in 1982.
The song was released as part of the album named Night Shift and it was first recorded for the soundtrack of the movie Night Shift.
That’s What Friends Are For was released through Warner Bros. and was written by Burt Bacharach and Carole Bayer Sager.
Looking into the composition of the free That’s What Friends Are For piano sheet music, we find out that the song has a length of 3:54 minutes in its original version and enchants us with a variety of instruments.
The elements present in That’s What Friends Are For are vocals and background vocals, guitar by Jim Cregan, bass by Jay Davis, drums by Tony Brock, saxophone by Jimmy Zavala, and keyboards by Kevin Savigar.
Once released, That’s What Friends Are For topped the charts in Canada and Australia and reached the top 10 in many countries.
Because of its success, the song has been covered by many famous artists, among which we can name Elton John, Stevie Wonder, or Dionne Warwick.
Dionne Warwick’s version was released as a charity single for AIDS research and prevention and it raised over 3 million dollars for its cause.
The good news about the song is that starting from today we have it available on our website and you can enjoy learning how to play it at your piano at home.