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The song listed at number 66 on Billboard’s “Greatest Songs of All Time”. The lyrics of this song were based on the astrological belief that the world would soon be entering the “Age of Aquarius”, an age of love, light, and humanity, unlike the current “Age of Pisces”. Astrologer Neil Spencer denounced the lyrics as “astrological gibberish”, noting that Jupiter forms an astrological aspect with Mars several times a year and the moon is in the 7th House for two hours every day. This section needs additional citations for verification. The Hair Anthology Suite” on their 1969 album, Love Is All We Have to Give.

Ray Stevens recorded “Aquarius” for his 1969 studio album Have a Little Talk with Myself. Cilla Black recorded the song for her 1969 studio album Surround Yourself with Cilla. Engelbert Humperdinck recorded a cover of the song on his 1969 self-titled album. Andy Williams released a version in 1969 on his album, Get Together with Andy Williams. Mercy released a version of the song on their 1969 album, Love Can Make You Happy. The Dinah Shore Television Special 1969 with background vocalists from the Television Special. The instrumental band the Ventures covered the medley on their 1969 album Hawaii Five-O.

Let the Sunshine In” was also covered by the Osmonds on the 1970 album, Hello! The Undisputed Truth recorded a version called “Aquarius” for their 1971 self-titled LP. Charles Earland, a jazz Hammond organ player, recorded a version of this song in his album Black Talk. George Shearing, a piano player, recorded a version of the song in 1974 on the album The Way We Are.

Ren Woods sang the song in the opening scene of the 1979 film adaption of the play. A soundtrack album was subsequently released, which featured her version as the first track on the A side. Pop-gabber Dutch band Party Animals covered “Aquarius” on their debut album Good Vibrations in 1996. Alice Donut split single “Michael Gerald’s Party Machine! The “Let the Sunshine In” portion of the medley was covered by Swedish dance group Army of Lovers on their 2000 album Le Grand Docu-Soap.

Lightspeed Champion covered the song on his Domino Records special edition covers EP. The track is listed as “The Flesh Failures”. Star Academy Arab World season one finalist students covered the song and made it as their first single, known as Jay Al-Hakyka. Let the Sunshine In”, was released because Davis studied German in college and found tour audiences there so appreciative, he decided to honor their support with a version of this pop hit in German.

Jeronimo on their 1970 album Cosmic Blues. 1971 LP All of a Sudden. Jackie Davis released a cover of “Aquarius” under his moniker, “Chico Arnéz”. The track, Chico Arnez – “Aquarius” features on his album New Sounds of Chico Arnez, released on Contour records in 1972. Hans Zimmer recorded a cover version for the introductory section to the 1990 movie Bird on a Wire, listed on the soundtrack as “Aquarius”. The cast of the 2005 film The 40-Year-Old Virgin covered the song for the ending of the film.

The “Let the Sunshine In” portion of this medley was covered by Lisa Cool and the South Spirit for the rhythm dance game Pump It Up: The PREX 3. English cover of ‘Let the sun shine in’, in 1971 for their first album called Poppys. Digital Daggers recorded a cover that was featured on the television show Star-Crossed, and appeared on their album Reimaginations, Vol. The Forest Rangers covered the song and it was played during the last few minutes of Sons of Anarchy S07E05.