I Beg Your Pardon" (also titled as "I Beg Your Pardon ") is a song by Canadian synthpop band Kon Kan, released as the first single from their 1988 debut album Move to Move. The song contains various samples of other songs, including Lynn Anderson's 1970 hit "Rose Garden", GQ's "Disco Nights (Rock-Freak)", Silver Convention's "Get Up and Boogie", and National Lampoon's "Disco Hotline" sketch from their That's Not Funny, That's Sick album.
Album · 1993 · 11 Songs. More By Kon Kan. See All. Move to Move. I Beg Your Pardon '14 (Part 2) - EP. 2014.
Artist: Kon Kan Album: I Beg Your Pardon (Vinyl) Year: 1988 Country: Canada Style: Synthpop, New Wave. Tracklist: 01. I Beg Your Pardon (Club Mix) 02. I Beg Your Pardon (Instrumental Remix) 03. I Beg Your Pardon (Radio) 04. I Beg Your Pardon (In The Green - House Mix) (Theb-4We Re-Mixitmix) 05. I Beg Your Pardon (Bonus Beats) 06. I Beg Your Pardon (Percapella). Category: Synth Pop, Futurepop, Electronic, New Wave. Kon Kan. I Beg Your Pardon '14 (Part 2). (2014). I Beg Your Pardon '14. I Beg Your Pardon (I Never Promised You A Rose Garden). I Beg Your Pardon.
Kon Kan – I Beg Your Pardon. I beg your pardon I never promised you a rose garden Along with the sunshine there's gotta be a little rain sometime When you take you gotta give so live and let live and let go oh oh oh oh I beg your pardon I never promised you a rose garden
Kon Kan - Miscellaneous Album Lyrics. 1. Arts' In D Minor/Harry Houdini. 2. 3. I Beg Your Pardon (rose Garden).
I Beg Your Pardon I never promised you a rose garden Along with the sunshine There& gotta be a little rain sometime. There once was a time and there once was a way We had something going and to my dismay Attention to me seemed to drift though I don't know where And when we're alone seems there's nothing to say I bring up a topic and you push it away You say that you do but I think it's just
Kon Kan's debut album, Move to Move, was recorded in Los Angeles in January and February 1989. As well as "I Beg Your Pardon", it also spawned the singles, "Harry Houdini", "Move to Move" and another original/cover combination, "Puss N' Boots". The latter track included recreations (rather than samples) of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" and Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" . In 1994, Harris re-recorded "I Beg Your Pardon" without any samples and re-recorded all the vocals. It was released as an EP double pack 12" with various remixes on Hi-Bias Records in early 1994. Post-Kon Kan projects.
The name Kon Kan is a twist on the phrase "Can Con" (short for Canadian Content Regulation) which is the rule that forces Canadian radio station to play 30% Canadian music. More songs from Kon Kan. More songs that use samples. More songs that were an artist's first hit. More songs with titles that are a figure of speech. More songs from 1989. Lyrics to I Beg Your Pardon. Kon Kan did a lot of that on thier CD's. Jeff from Austin, TxGreat 80s dance/pop!! Will always remind me of junior high.