However 'Something In The Air was the only UK #1 that Pete Townshend or for that matter any member of The Who actually performed on. "Walking in the Air" is a song written by Howard Blake for the 1982 animated film of Raymond Briggs' 1978 children's book The Snowman. In the Air Tonight Lyrics: I can feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Lord / And I've been waiting for this moment for all my life, oh Lord / Can you feel it coming in the air tonight? Who Sang Something in the Air?

David from Youngstown, Oh The "songfact" above about Pete Townshend isn't true: "this was the only song he worked on that went to the top of the charts." Who Sang Something in the Air? The song has been used for films, television and adverts, and has been covered by several artists. It was a No. About Something in the Air "Something in the Air" is a song recorded by Thunderclap Newman, written by Speedy Keen who also sang the song.

1 single for three weeks in the UK Singles Chart in July 1969. In 1969, Pete Townshend, The Who's guitarist, created the band to play songs written by former Who roadie, drummer/singer John 'Speedy' Keen (miscredited as "Keene" on the single's label). Something in the Air Five cover art, cover version finding. Five × Credits release date: 2001-8-27 genres: Hip Hop Pop styles: Pop Rap/Ballad/Europop length: 4:11. Their single "Something in the Air", a 1969 UK Number One hit, remains in demand for television commercials, film soundtracks, and compilations. The story relates the fleeting adventures of a young boy and a snowman who has come to life. The song forms the centrepiece of The Snowman, which has become a seasonal favourite on British and Finnish television.