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27. Jan. 2010, 2:22 von caulme1Recommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Let's Fall In Love : Diana Krall (Score = 1.79)
My Baby Just Cares for Me : Nina Simone (Score = 1.52)
All That I Need Is Love : Melody Gardot (Score = 1.47)
Mad About the Boy : Dinah Washington (Score = 1.27)
Sweet Memory : Melody Gardot (Score = 1.09)
I've Got You Under My Skin : Diana Krall (Score = 1)
Flight Over Rio : Al Di Meola (Score = 1)
Funk #49 : James Gang (Score = 1)
I Didn't Know What Time It Was : Charlie Parker (Score = 1)
Love Letters : Diana Krall (Score = 1)
That's Why I'm Crying : Koko Taylor (Score = 1)
My Old Flame : Ella Fitzgerald (Score = 1)
Midnight Tango : Al Di Meola (Score = 0.98)
I Remember You : Diana Krall (Score = 0.96)
Spring Yaounde : Wynton Marsalis (Score = 0.92)
I Can't Get Started : Wynton Marsalis (Score = 0.92)
If I Should Lose You : Charlie Parker (Score = 0.91)
Rocky Mountain Way : Joe Walsh (Score = 0.85)
6. Okt. 2008, 21:57 von Eclectic-GFurther to my journal entries of September 24, 2007, January 26, 2008 and September 1, 2008, the October 4 edition of Toronto's Globe and Mail newspaper, once again under the title "This week in history", ran a copy of the CHUM Radio Top-10 charts for Saturday, October 7, 1978: 30 years ago.
As this was about a month since the last time the G&M had looked back at 1978, I was interested in seeing what had changed in the five weeks.
Here is the list:
1 Kiss You All Over (Exile)
2 Whenever I Call You "Friend" (Kenny Loggins (with Stevie Nicks, of course))
3 Hot Child In The City (Nick Gilder), which CHUM lists is "Holt Child In The City"
4 Reminiscing (Little River Band)
5 Come Together (Aerosmith)
6 Hopelessly Devoted To You (Olivia Newton-John)
7 Don't Look Back (Boston)
8 Fool (If You Think It's Over) (Chris Rea)
9 Right Down The Line (Gerry Rafferty)
10 Hollywood Nights (Bob Seger)
22. Jan. 2008, 8:14 von MetallicaACDCI'm really into the race for the U.S. Presidential Election of 2008. I've been following the race very closely for the past few months and have been thouroughly analyzing all of the candidates. I will be voting in the election, though I am far away from deciding who I will be casting my vote for. I can tell you now that I'm not a far left liberal or a far right conservative, I'm somewhere in the middle, with a slight tilt to the right. I watch The O'Reilly Factor every night, so that should give you an idea of where I am on the political spectrum (The Factor does not, as some believe, support radical conservatism.)
Anyway, my idea here is to choose a song to represent each candidate in the light that I see them in. I'm not trying to bash any of the presidential hopefuls here, though maybe you can interpret who I like and don't like. I will say that I'm basing my judgement/decisions more on who I feel could lead the country, rather than whether or not I agree with them on every single issue. …
18. Nov. 2007, 13:34 von mariotospainBostonDon't Look BackLivin' For You
Empezaron en el 76 con un montón de problemas. Parecía que nunca iban a grabar un disco hasta que finalmente ocurrió. La cabeza pensante del grupo Tom Scholz le supo dar un estilo y una personalidad a esta banda de Massachusetts. La voz de Brad Delp es de esas que identifican a un grupo. Lástima que se suicidara este año el 9 de marzo. Fué culpa de las discográficas y no de la creatividad que desde 1978 hasta 1986 no volvieran a grabar disco. Una autentica pena que por problemas de contratos y abogados durante 8 años en los que el mundo musical generó todo tipo de corrientes musicales llenas de calidad Boston quedara apeada del tren. Vaya mi recuerdo y mi respeto para ellos.
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11. Apr. 2006, 4:32 von ZezozozeENDDon't Look Back - a music video proposal. Interested parties with $100,000 or more to invest should contact me via crystal ball.
EXT. Suburban neighborhood - DUSK, 1978
(Opening riff and guitar solo)
A beat up yellow Chevy Nova driven by a shaggy haired teen dirtbag, RANDY drives down a suburban street . It pulls in front of a brick red ranch style house.
("Don’t look back,
A new day is breakin’,
It’s been too long since I felt this way")
The front door of the house opens and JOSH, a longhair in a three quarter t-shirt steps out. He waves goodbye to his parents inside the house and trots out to the Nova, pulling a brand new eight track tape out of his jeans' back pocket, holding it up triumphantly. The hovering Boston spacecraft can be seen through the window on the box.
("I don’t mind where I get taken,
The road is callin’,
Today is the day")
He jumps into the car. Randy slaps him five. They tear off.
("I can see,
It took so long just to realize,