14. Jul. 2007, 15:15 von tenderbranson69
8. Jul. 2007, 20:38 von kirillkosarev#
? & The Mysterians
- 96 Tears -
10cc (classic rock, rock, pop, british, 70s) (940696-030908)
- I'm Not in Love +
- No Limit
A Certain Ratio (224755-130508)
- Take on Me
A. q. Ft Bizzy Bone
- The Jump Off
- Dancing Queen
- Does Your Mother Know
- The Eagle (remix)
- Gimme Gimme Gimme
- Ring Ring
- The Winner Takes It All
Abunai! (psychedelic, space rock, psychedelic rock, experimental, spacerock)
- Two Brothers (version)
- For those about rock (We salute you)
Ace of Base
- All That She Wants +
Action Direct (russian)
- M' Bora
- Gran Premio
Albert Hammond (105455-020508)
- It Never Rains in Southern California
17. Mai. 2007, 2:33 von tenderbranson691993, US soul singer Marv Johnson died. (1969 UK No.10 single 'I'll Pick A Rose For My Rose').
1987, David Crosby married his long time girlfriend Jan Dance
1986, Elvis Costello married The Pogues bass player Caitlin O'Riordan in Dublin.
1986, Guitarist Robert Fripp married one time punk singer Toyah
1969, Pete Townshend spent the night in a US jail for assaulting a man during a Who gig at The Fillmore East. What Townshend didn't know was the man who jumped onto the stage was a plainclothes policeman trying to warn the audience that a fire had broken out. The Who guitarist was later fined $30 for the offence.
1966, The Beach Boys released the album 'Pet Sounds' in the US. The album is now regarded as the masterpiece of composer-producer Brian Wilson, and is often hailed as one of the best and most influential albums in popular music.
1966, The Castiles (featuring Bruce Springsteen), recorded two songs co-written by Bruce at the Bricktown Studio in New Jersey. Only five copies of the record were pressed.
6. Aug. 2006, 21:54 von MHotelthis is a background process.
compiled over a few months (beginning back when it really was pollination time), this was more of a distraction than a concentrated effort. what happened was a collision between an influx of soul into my collection and a desire to keep the product subdued but playful. i don't know if i really accomplished that, but i did succeed in distracting myself from actual productive work for a while. the resulting mishmash of jazz, soul, hip-hop, rawk and disco (!!!) isn't entirely cohesive, but is a nice backdrop to a tall glass of whiskey, so i consider it a success.
also Will Oldham makes me cry. thanks country music.
"process in background"
Detroit Spinners - it's a shame
Viktor Vaughn - back end
Blockhead - nightlife
Mickey and The Soul Generation - mystery girl
Marvin Gaye - 't' plays it cool
Rodan - mineral kingdom
The God Sons - merry up
Jackie Wilson - no pity (in the naked city)
Parliament - hit it and quit it
10. Apr. 2006, 18:50 von tenderbranson692005, the final episode of The Osbournes was aired on MTV in the UK. The show reached a peak audience of eight million at it's height during a three year run, Ozzy was at a loss to explain its popularity, saying, "I suppose Americans get a kick out of watching a crazy Brit family like us make complete fools of ourselves every week."
2001, Sean Puffy Combs was stopped by police in Golden Beach, Miami who informed him that his driving license was suspended. Combs was not arrested because he claimed he was unaware of the suspension, but he was cited for the traffic violation.
2001, Eminem was given 2 years probation and fined £1,800 and £3,600 costs after admitting carrying a concealed weapon. The charges followed an incident outside a club in Warren, Michigan last June when Eminem 'pistol whipped' John Guerra after he saw him kissing his wife.
1999, A charity tribute concert for the late Linda McCartney was held at the Royal Albert Hall, London. …
7. Apr. 2006, 17:36 von AudaciousnessInspired by Trixx's excellent list, I thought I'd make one of my own. So I started playing all my NS tracks from A onward (well 1 actually). I thought I could probably manage 50-75 quite easily. Several days worth and God knows how many tracks later, I had a count of the list I'd made. 80 odd and I'd reached the end of I. I tried to take some out but couldn't remove enough to keep the overall list manageable so I went through J and K to make just under 100 and here it is.
There is just too damn much too damn good music.
Hopefully, or not if nobody's interested, I'll get around to the rest of the alphabet in the next few weeks.
100 Proof - Somebody's Been Sleeping
A Case of Tyme - Manifesto
Aaron Neville - Hercules
Adams Apples - Don't Take It Out On This World
Al Kent - The Way You've Been Acting
Al Wilson - The Snake
Albert Jones - I Do Love You
Alfreda Brockington - Chained And Bound
Allnight Band - The Joker
Andrea Henry - The Grass Is Greener