1 Ago 2012, 12:46 de Erkan-Yilmaz
28 Jun 2009, 13:42 de FanMusic2
19 Abr 2009, 12:06 de fmeracorrect artist name: Martha and The Vandellas
this is a list of uncorrected and wrongly redirected artist names which should all redirect to --> Martha and The Vandellas
there will be periodic updates: as new corrections come into effect, entries will be struck out, and transfered to the newly corrected list appended below.
Martha Reeves & The Vandellas (124,186 listeners) (current default)
Martha And The Vandelias (wrongly redirected)
Martha and the Vandella (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves and the Vandell (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves and the Vandella (3,268) (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves And The Vandellas (20,068) (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves & The Vandelas (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves & The Vendellas (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves & Vandellas (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves &The Vandellas (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves, The Vandellas (wrongly redirected)
Martha Reeves&The Vandellas (wrongly redirected)
15 Abr 2009, 6:34 de lancerockeList of proper or acceptable tags for commonly misstagged artists.
Some artist may be acceptable alternatives.
These are the proper names or acceptable alternatives for the following artists:
proper-Richard & Linda Thompson
proper-Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra
proper-QueenAdreena (Queen Adreena is an acceptable alternative)
proper-Bob Dylan & The Band (Bob Dylan and The Band is an acceptable alternative)
proper-The Dutchess & the Duke (The Dutchess and the Duke is an acceptable alternative)
proper-Jackson 5 (The Jackson 5 is an acceptable alternative)
proper-The Notorious B.I.G. (Notorious B.I.G. is an acceptable alternative)
proper-Ink Spots (The Ink Spots is an acceptable alternative)
Martha & The Vandellas, Martha and The Vandellas, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas are all valid
Nat 'King' Cole, Nat "King" Cole, Nat King Cole are all valid
11 May 2008, 3:34 de AD33After two years and seven months, one track, Rug Burns by Grasshoppah, has finally reached ten total plays.
Other statistics at this juncture:
Total Tracks Played: 12, 693
Top Artists Overall:
1. Miles Davis - 135
2. The Who - 134
3. Derek Trucks Band - 128
3. The Rolling Stones - 128
3. Phish - 128
6. Jerry Garcia - 124
6. Johnny Cash - 124
8. George Harrison - 123
9. Talking Heads - 122
10. Stephen Stills - 121
Artists with tracks that have been played nine times:
Traveling Wilburys (x2)
Mason Williams (x1)
The Rolling Stones (x1)
Derek Trucks Band (x1)
The Spencer Davis Group (x1)
Roy Orbison (x1)
Emerson, Lake & Palmer (x1)
Martha and The Vandellas (x1)
Hot Tuna (x1)
20 Mar 2008, 12:27 de ThadEnouf1937 - Born on this day, Jerry Reed, US country guitarist.
1949 - Born on this day, Jimmie Vaughan, The Fabulous Thunderbirds.
1951 - Born on this day, Carl Palmer, drummer, Atomic Rooster, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Asia.
1961 - Born on this day, Slim Jim Phantom, drums, The Stray Cats.
1965 - The first of a twice-nightly UK package tour kicked of at London's Finsbury Park Astoria featuring Stevie Wonder, The Miracles, Martha and The Vandellas, The Supremes and The Temptations.
1967 - Working at Abbey Road studios in London, The Beatles finished the recoding of ‘She's Leaving Home’ after adding backing vocals to the track.
1968 - Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Richie Furay and Jim Mesina, were arrested in Los Angeles for 'being at a place where it is suspected marijuana is being used.' Clapton is later found innocent, the others pay small fines.
1969 - John Lennon married Yoko Ono at the British Consulate Office in Gibraltar.
29 Ene 2008, 13:27 de ThadEnouf1889 - Born on this day, Leadbelly, (Hurrdi William Ledbetter), Blues musician, Wrote 'Goodnight Irene', 'The Rock Island Line', 'The Midnight Special,' once jailed for shooting a man dead during an argument over a woman. Died 6th December 1949.
1938 - Born on this day, James Jamerson, bass player, The Funk Brothers, died of a heart attack 2nd August 1983 aged 45. Played on many Motown hits by The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, The Four Tops, Martha and The Vandellas.
1944 - Born on this day, Andrew Loog Oldham, the first Rolling Stones manager.
1947 - Born on this day, David Byron, vocals, Uriah Heep, (1975 UK No.7 album 'Return To Fantasy'). Byron died on 28th February 1985.
1952 - Born on this day, Thomas Erdelyi, (Tommy Ramone), drums, The Ramones.
1953 - Born on this day, Louie Perez, Los Lobos.
1961 - Born on this day, Eddie Jackson, Queensryche.
1968 - During a tour of Australia and New Zealand, The Who, The Small Faces and Paul Jones appeared at the Town Hall, Wellington in New Zealand.
6 May 2007, 16:12 de farmolioI was just listening to Martha Reeves for maybe the billionth time in my life. And I have to wonder... why on earth did Diana Ross last so much longer than Martha? Martha is so much more soulful, expressive... just plain better, for lack of a more precise word.
Yet Diana Ross was selling records for decades longer. It just seems like there's some sort of imbalance in the world that must have caused that. It's probably the same imbalance that has left us with Beyonce Knowles instead of someone... I don't know... instead of someone remotely tolerable?
And for you Beyonce fans who are upset at this assessment, consider her recent duet with Shakira, where she was outshown tenfold by someone my fiancee refers to as a "belly-dancing yodeler".
12 Abr 2007, 22:45 de funkyfestSo right here is the latest incarnation of my favorite albums list. For once I am somewhat satisfied with it, atleast there isn't anything I feel like I just threw in to make it to the number. I could easily have gone to 100, but there would be albums I wouldn't honestly feel comfortable putting them in the list.
There are a couple I bought recently, but they're mostly in the latter half. So they may just be there because I'm infatuated with right now (see The Exploding Hearts), but that's okay because I'll probably be editting this list again within a few weeks. The criteria for most of it is how many good songs are on the album, but for the top 20 or so it's more about flow and how much I have listened to the album.
I'm sure there are things I forgot, but please don't tell me what they are, or for that matter what I shouldn't have included because it's my list. I did decide to include live (especially since my number one is a live album) and compilations, but with some caution. …
26 Feb 2007, 5:54 de rtreynorI need to go to sleep, so I'll start this with just one concert, but it was a biggie.
These artists all performed for the Concert for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, September 1995.
I was not very sober that night. Much of this evening is not remembered. We didn't expect our $30 seats (In the nosebleeds, obstructed by speakers and stuff) would be needed by HBO in the last minute, and they put us on the 20-yard line. I was already kinda hammered before we got through the gates at Municipal Stadium. But oh well. I was able to cross off a lot of artists on my "must see" list that night.
Here's who I recall performed:
Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Melissa Etheridge, John Mellencamp, Jon Bon Jovi, Al Green, Pretenders,Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, John Fogerty,Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, George Clinton & The P-Funk All-Stars, Bruce Springsteen, Natalie Merchant, Jackson Browne, Bruce Hornsby, Bob Dylan, Booker T & The MG's, Sam Moore, Allman Brothers Band, Jackson Browne, Dr. …