14. Jan. 2011, 11:46 von transient9Do they just heal ,recoever or wither and slowly die?Jimmy Ruffin
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31. Dez. 2009, 20:52 von NallisPerhaps this year I will put some effort into something on some sites... Seeing as Last.fm is music, this seems a good place for it, seeing as it has helped me endlessly in my quest to find new music.
So, I stole this from somewhere, cos I r a thieving child I am... but it is questions relating to the top 50 artists if I understand correctly, so here goes...
(I do get the feeling that I have more of a top 20 to what I listen to most but nevertheless!)
How did you get into 31?
I honestly have no idea, all I can recall is having an album of hers, (Speak for Yourself) and it coming on the iTunes party shuffle thingy while playing WoW and I got sickeningly hooked. Very strange stuff!
What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
I can't be certain at all, I know it was off one of the Metal Opera albums... I didn't listen to it in order at first because clever clogs me didn't realise >.<
What is your favorite lyric by 29?
Blinded by the Light - Manfred Mann
28. Dez. 2009, 15:51 von s_e_aTotal Songs Listened: 273865
Unique Tracks Listened (UTL): 35418
Song Repetition Index (SRI): 7.732
Recommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Long Way to Happy : P!nk (Score = 196.05)
The Saints Are Coming : U2 and Green Day (Score = 126.26)
Tangled Up In Me : Skye Sweetnam (Score = 108.86)
Find My Way Back To My Heart : Alison Krauss (Score = 100)
Godspell : The Cardigans (Score = 100)
Bloodless Freak : Thomas Newman (Score = 100)
Potential Breakup Song : Aly &Amp; Aj (Score = 99.03)
Runaway : P!nk (Score = 98.54)
Power of Denial : Thomas Newman (Score = 97.91)
I Can Let Go Now : Alison Krauss (Score = 96.64)
Stranger In A Strange Land : U2 (Score = 95.63)
Good To Be Gone : Sugababes (Score = 95.2)
I Don't Want to Wait : Paula Cole (Score = 94.52)
Just a Girl : No Doubt (Score = 91.45)
Save My Life : Pink (Score = 90.02)
18. Aug. 2009, 10:31 von jd35Recommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
She'd Rather Be With Me : The Turtles (Score = 63.59)
Under My Thumb : The Rolling Stones (Score = 55.7)
Time Between : The Byrds (Score = 54.01)
People Get Ready : The Impressions (Score = 51.6)
Die! : The Mummies (Score = 49.15)
Silly Kids Games : The Damned (Score = 47.46)
I'm Alive : The Hollies (Score = 46.02)
Cry to Me : Solomon Burke (Score = 41.57)
Electric Sweat : The Mooney Suzuki (Score = 40.79)
Mr. Soul : Buffalo Springfield (Score = 40.01)
Mo' Onions : Booker T. &Amp; The Mg's (Score = 39.21)
Money (That's What I Want) : Barrett Strong (Score = 38.73)
When a Man Loves a Woman : Percy Sledge (Score = 37.54)
Space Junk : Devo (Score = 35.69)
Supersonic : Oasis (Score = 35.54)
Ain't No Mountain High Enough : Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell (Score = 35.53)
Rainy Day, Dream Away : The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Score = 35.51)
23. Apr. 2009, 13:29 von hdsanderBayou16's Hypelist of this week brought me to listen to R&B/Soul music and finally to create a mixtape. Due to the help of my lovely friends Bayou16 and JulianeJuly a wide choice of artists/songs of this genre has been compiled, 3 hours in total, starting with the classics of my youth up to the shining new stars of today.
Keep This Fire Burning:
Let's Stay Together - Al Green
- Cruisin' - Smokey Robinson
- To Zion - Lauryn Hill
- I Miss You So Much - TLC
- How Come, How Long (feat. Stevie Wonder) - Babyface
- A Song For Mama - Boyz II Men
- Don't Let Go (Love) - En Vogue
- Separated - Avant
- Gorgy Porgy (feat. Faith Evans) - Eric Benét
- Band of Gold - Freda Payne
- Slow Motion - Karina
- I Used to Love Him (feat. Mary J. Blige) - Lauryn Hill
- For Once In My Life - Vonda Shepard
- You're the First, the Last, My Everything - Barry White
- When a Man Loves a Woman - Percy Sledge
- (You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman - Aretha Franklin
- Cruisin' - Smokey Robinson
29. Nov. 2008, 12:57 von hdsanderThe weekly High Rotation playlist, consisting of 5 tunes that will be played frequently over the next 7 days:
Sometimes a week feels like it's spanning a lifetime...
Barry White - You're the First, the Last, My Everything
28. Jan. 2008, 2:35 von BadgerJohn31The description and playlist below are from the weekly radio show (A Brief History Of…) that my friend and I host on WSUM 91.7fm Madison. We selected songs we felt were either historically important or just representative of each specific topic. Please comment if you feel we missed something or just to give your opinion. Remember, however, that we do this show in an hour (about 50 minutes of music). Track length is a major factor in our decisions (shorter is usually better). Thanks!
A Brief History of…Motown examines the conflicts over style and lyric content between Berry Gordy Jr., the avaricious founder of Motown, and his artists. Gordy found a successful style in the early 1960s as the first person to market African-American rhythm and blues to a primarily white audience. Throughout the tumultuous decade that included the peak of the civil rights era, many artists became famous with Gordy’s musical formula, but with tight lyrical constraints. …
22. Aug. 2007, 12:03 von Nectar_CardFor a streamable tag radio of all the artists listed here, click here for Motown records radio
Motown Records, also known as Tamla-Motown outside of the United States, is a record label originally based out of Detroit, Michigan ("Motor City"), where it achieved widespread international success. Motown played an important role in the racial integration of popular music as the first record label owned by an African American and primarily featuring African American artists to regularly achieve crossover success and have a widespread, lasting effect on the music industry.
Incorporated on 12 January 1959 by Berry Gordy, Jr. as Tamla Records, Motown has, over the course of its history, owned or distributed releases from more than 45 subsidiaries in varying genres, although it is most famous for its releases in the musical genres of R&B, hip hop, pop, and soul. Motown left Detroit for Los Angeles in 1972, and remained an independent company until 1988, when Gordy sold the company to MCA. …