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Random information on the term “So long”:
“So Long” is a song written by Remus Harris, Russ Morgan and Irving Melsher in 1940 and later recorded by Russ Morgan and his orchestra.
The song was first a hit for the Charioteers, whose single reached number 23 on the U.S. pop chart in 1940. The best-known version was recorded by Ruth Brown, whose rendition reached number 6 on the U.S. Billboard R&B chart in 1949. The Four Aces’ cover, backed by the Jack Pleis Orchestra, peaked at number 26 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1954. Roy Hamilton’s cover peaked at number 14 on the U.S. Billboard R&B chart in 1957.
The song was also covered by Sam Cooke for his 1957 debut album Sam Cooke, Sarah Vaughan on her 1962 album You’re Mine You, James Brown in the mid-1960s and again with a funk version in the mid-1970s, Aretha Franklin in 1969 for her album of cover material, Soul ’69, Pat Benatar for her 1991 album True Love, and Dr. John on the 1995 album Afterglow.
Additional recordings include versions by Johnny Moore’s Three Blazers, Charles Brown, the Ramsey Lewis Trio, the Orioles, the Three Chuckles, Big Maybelle, Floyd Dixon, the Castaways, JAY-EL, and Georges Jouvin.
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The Chancellor of Austria (German: Bundeskanzler der Republik Österreich, lit. 'Federal Chancellor of the Republic of Austria') is the head of government of the Republic of Austria.
The position corresponds to that of Prime Minister in other parliamentary democracies. The term is gendered in the German language.
Austria is led by a chancellor – Kanzler Sebastian Kurz – since 7 January 2020, after concluding the process of forming a coalition following the September 2019 Austrian parliamentary elections. Kurz, the youthful leader of the ÖVP and former head of a coalition government with the FPÖ that was brought down by a vote of no confidence following the Ibiza scandal, won a resounding victory over his party’s former coalition partners, but not a majority of seats in the National Council, the lower house of the Austria’s Parliament. Kurz negotiated with the Green Party to form what became an unprecedented variant of a coalition government at the federal level, but would not mark the first success of the environmentalist movement in national politics. Austria’s nominally nonpartisan federal president, Alexander Van der Bellen, had made his name in Austrian politics as a leader of the Greens. Austria has never yet had a female president. Bierlein was the Second Republic’s first Kanzlerin, albeit only of a nonpartisan caretaker government.