1 Jun 2012, 09:18 by Erkan-Yilmaz
2 Jan 2011, 05:37 by JJMCSPoohSome entries I've had to adjust for truer accuracy (explanation too long, and even longer when I tell it) but it's minor. With that said, here are my most scrobbled 123 tracks, 111 albums, and 100 albums of 2010! :)
Top 123 Tracks
123 My Favorite Nothing – Janelle Monáe31
122 Tootsee Roll – 69 Boyz31
121 Yesterday – En Vogue31
120 Love Sign – Nona Gaye & Prince31
119 Affair – Cherrelle31
118 Stomp! – Brothers Johnson31
117 Batdance – Prince31
116 O Little Town of Bethlehem / Little Drummer Boy (medley) – Mariah Carey31
115 Hip Hop Lover – En Vogue31
114 All I Want for Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey32
113 I'm So Into You (Radio Remix) – SWV32
112 Parents Just Don't Understand – DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince32
111 Top Of The World – Playa32
110 Friends To The End – Ed Gilbert, David L. Lander, Richard Kind and Dana Hill32
109 Head to Toe – Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam32
108 Christmas Time Is in the Air Again – Mariah Carey32
24 Aug 2009, 12:24 by fmeraFollowing up on the earlier journal, Getting Artist Images to Look Their Best, here is a short guide to explain how images (be they square, tall, or wide) that you upload to artist galleries are cropped for eventual use in the library.
I'll use these images (taken from Simone Kopmajer's gallery) as a visual guide to show how your original artist pics will end up looking as library images. It works on the idea that cropping images square or tall - if your original shots allow this - really is the safer option, as they minimize further cropping when your images are processed. Shown below are three sample images, in square, tall, and wide formats, and beside them the actual 126s images used for the library. The translucent red masking shows where image content will be lost (or hidden from view, rather), and the window is what you'll end up with in the library:
30 Apr 2009, 05:27 by JJMCSPoohI actually took the top 50 questionaire and just repeated the questions over again. I also went to random.org to mix up the order differently from last time. I did all this cuz I was bored lol.
1. How did you get into 100? [Elton John] Through The Lion King, which is my favorite film of all time!
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 99? [Miriam Makeba] "Amampondo" because that's the first track on Welela.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 17? [LL Cool J] "Forget Oreos, eat Cool J cookies!" followed closely by "I'll crush you like a jellybean." Basically "I'm Bad" contains my favorite lyrics from him.
4. How did you get into 90? [Mya] Saw her on TV. By the time I saw "Fallen," I had the hugest crush on her!
5. How many albums by 77 do you own? [Soul For Real] 1.
6. What is your favorite song by 49? [Billy Joel] Other than "Why Should I Worry" from Oliver & Company (I'm a Disney fanatic if you can't tell lol), "River of Dreams."
11 Mar 2009, 05:59 by JJMCSPoohMiriam Makeba3/4/1932
La Toya Jackson5/29/1956
LL Cool J1/14/1968
Al B. Sure!6/4/1968
7 Sep 2008, 06:26 by JJMCSPoohWell, I omitted groups (any act that contains more than one person such as TLC), so it may not be accurate. Oh, and artists that appear twice (such as Shanice and Shanice Wilson) will only be counted once. With those things out of the way, it comes down to these 66 artists...
La Toya Jackson05/29/56
16 Aug 2008, 20:42 by JJMCSPoohJust thought I'd list a few artists whose pages I think should be merged... (The one listed first in bold should be the official name)
Shanice / Shanice Wilson
Mýa / Mya
Zhané / Zhane
La Toya Jackson / Latoya Jackson
Al B. Sure! / Al B. Sure
E.G. Daily / Elizabeth Daily
Jon B. / Jon B
Earth, Wind & Fire / Earth Wind and Fire
Ghost Town DJ's / Ghost Town DJs
Cherrelle / Cherelle
*updated December 4, 2008*
31 Mar 2008, 11:36 by ted1986I just have to write an article about these two gems of the R&B/Soul community!
Ever since I broke away from the mainstream pop music of the 80s and got into listening to R&B music, there's been a certain sound I have loved and I didn't know how to put my finger on it. I particularly enjoyed listening to Alexander O'Neal and The S.O.S. Band and they definately had a very similar sound and feel to their music along with Cherrelle, Janet Jackson, New Edition and the song Human by The Human League. For ages I couldn't work out what made them all so similar (similar as they all had a stunning strong sound) when I had the fortune of stumbling accross this wikipedia article on Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. From then on, I realised that all the above artists's producers were Jam & Lewis and I went on to discover many more great hits they produced and I purchased Alexander O'Neal's classic album Hearsay with fabolous hits like Criticise,Never Knew Love Like This,Hearsay, and Fake amongst many others.