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  • Juice Newton Part Two

    Juice Newton Part Two

    Juice Newton Part Two

    She was my very first Country and Western singer and performer (she writes music, so she’s not just some singer with a pretty face, that you see now a-days), and I have all of her albums on vinyl, and now, I’m doing Juice Newton Part Two.

    From Pop To Country

    Newton had constantly been reasonably popular in country music; she replied to her subsiding popularity in the pop market by targeting her next album, 1985‘s Old Flame, entirely to country audiences. The strategic move  was a success; the album renewed her career, reached No. 12 on the Billboard album chart and included six Top-10 country hits, including the No. 1s You Make Me Want to Make You Mine, Hurt, as well as Both to Each Other (Friends and Lovers)

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    Films Of 1952

    Films Of 1952

    Films Of 1952

    Three good Films Of 1952, which I’ll watch later tonight, but not much else that I would watch, even though some of the people that I typed about, are in them, the movies themselves aren’t that memorable or worth watching. Hollywood was just throwing in singers and actors, but not throwing in story, but their learn their mistake when the younger generation become teenagers, but that’s not not going to happen until 1955.

    • Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick starring Alan Young, Dinah Shore, Robert Merrill and Adele Jergens. Directed by Claude Binyon.
    • Affair in Trinidad starring Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford
    • April in Paris starring Doris Day and Ray Bolger
    • Because You’re Mine starring Mario Lanza and Doretta Morrow
    • Bloodhounds of Broadway starring Mitzi Gaynor, Scott Bra...
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    Juice Newton Part One

    Juice Newton Part One

    Juice Newton Part One

    She’s the only one, that I like, who was born in 1952, which this year will be short, however, Juice Newton Part One, will be sweet.

    Judy Kay Juice Newton (birthed February 18, 1952) is an American pop and also country (which I think she invented Country Pop, because her hit songs is on both categories at the same time), singer, songwriter, and also musician. As of this date, Newton has received five Grammy Award nominations in the Pop and Country  Best Female Singer categories  winning once in 1983  along with an ACM Award for Top New Female Artist and two Billboard Female Album Musician of the Year awards (won back to back). Newton‘s various other awards consist of a People‘s Choice Award for Best...

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    1952 Birth And Death

    1952 Birth And Death

    1952 Birth And Death

    I’m finely doing 1952 Birth And Death, however, I only like one person, so this year should be a quick year.

    Births

    January 2 Graeme Strachan, Australian singer-songwriter (d. 2001).
    January 15 Melvyn Gale, cellist (Electric Light Orchestra).
    January 17 Ryuichi Sakamoto, Japanese musician and also composer.
    January 20.
    Ian Hill, heavy metal bass guitarist (Judas Priest).
    Paul Stanley, rock guitarist and singer (Kiss).
    January 21 Cyril and Libbye Hellier, American operatic sopranos.
    January 22 Teddy Gentry (Alabama).
    January 25 Timothy White, American rock journalist (died 2002).
    January 29 Tommy Ramone (The Ramones).
    January 30 Steve Bartek (Oingo Boingo).
    February 4 Jerry Shirley (Humble Pie).
    February 12 Michael McDonald (The

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    Born To Be Bad George Thorogood

    Born To Be Bad George Thorogood

    Born To Be Bad George Thorogood

    Who can’t forget “Bad To The Born”, well I can’t and it’s on of those songs you can’t get out of your mind, so I have to do Born To Be Bad George Thorogood, and I hope you have to read it (and listen to the album).

    George Lawrence Thorogood (birthed February 24, 1950) is an American musiciansinger  and also songwriter from Wilmington, Delaware. His high-energy boogie-blues sound came to be a staple of 1980s rock radiowith hits like his original songs {Bad to the Bone and I Drink Alone. He has likewise assisted to popularize older songs by American icons, such as Move It on Over, Who Do You Love?, and alsoHouse Rent Boogie/One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer.


    George Thorogood

    Born To Be Ba...

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    John Mellencamp Part One

    John Mellencamp Part One

    John Mellencamp Part One

    I’m doing someone new to my website, and from the title. John Mellencamp Part One, I think you know who it is.

    John Mellencamp

    John J. Mellencamp born October 7, 1951), formerly known as Johnny Cougar, John Cougar, and also John Cougar Mellencamp, is an American musician, singer-songwriter, painter, and also actor. He is recognized for his catchy, populist brand of heartland rock, which  stresses traditional instrumentation. Mellencamp rose to fame in the 1980s while developing an almost startlingly plainspoken writing style that, beginning in 1982, generated a string of Top 10 singles, including Hurts So Good, Jack & Diane, Crumblin Down, Pink Houses, Lonely Ol’Night, Small Town, R.O.C.K. in t...

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    To Lulu with Love Part Four

    To Lulu with Love Part Four

    To Lulu with Love Part Four

    I’m doing To Lulu with Love Part Four, who is just about the best British singer of all times. That one hit “To Sir With Love” has been played on the radio, moire times in my childhood, than most oft the songs today.

    1990s

    In 1993, Lulu made a recordingreturn with the single Independence which reached # 11 in the UK Singles Chart. This was the title track from the Independence album; all four singles released from this album reached the UK charts, as did two later singles released in 1994. Her second single after Independence was I‘m Back for More, aduet with soul singer Bobby Womack, which charted at # 27. Also in 1993, the song I Don’t Wanna Fight, co-written by Lulu with her brother Billy Lawrie and...

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    Olivia Newton-John Part Four

    Olivia Newton-John Part Four

    Olivia Newton-John Part Four

    I can’t believe it, but it’s true, I’m doing Olivia Newton-John Part Four, and it’s better than before. She’s my favorite Australian singer, which says a lot, seeing that there’s so many out there.

    Motherhood, Cancer, And Advocacy


    In September 1989, Newton-John released her self-described album Tender, which reunited her with producer John Farrar, absent from her previous LP, as well as marked a return to a more wholesome image of herself. Influenced by her daughter, who appeared on the cover, the album featured lullabies and love songs for parents and their children. This album, the last one produced by Farrar, also fell short to revive her recording career, as the disc just reached No. 124 Pop.
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    Bob Seger Part Four

    Bob Seger Part Four

    Bob Seger Part Four

    I know Bob Seger Part Four, will give me some Rock”N”Roll as my day goes on, because I’m playing it on my iPhone now, with my Beat Pill.

    Peak of success: 1976–1987

    Bob Seger Part Four

    Seger in 1977.
    Seger finally achieved his commercial breakthrough with his October 1976 album Night Moves. The title track, Night Moves was critically and commercially well-received, becoming a # 4 hit on the Billboard Pop Singles chart and receiving airplay on AOR radio. The album also featured the song Mainstreet (written about Ann Arbor‘s Ann Street), a # 24 hit ballad that emphasized Seger‘s rock credibility as well as guitarist Pete Carr‘s lead guitar line. The album also featured the song Rock and Roll Never Forgets, which peaked at #
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    David Bowie Part Eight

    David Bowie Part Eight

    David Bowie Part Eight

    I always like typing about him, and talking to my friends about him, every day, so David Bowie Part Eight, is something that I know.

    1999 2012: Neoclassicist Bowie

     

    David Bowie Part Eight

    Bowie on stage with Sterling Campbell during the Heathen Tour, 2002
    Bowie, with Reeves Gabrels, created the soundtrack for Omikron: The Nomad Soul, 1999 computer game in which he and Iman also voiced characters based on their likenesses. Released the same year and containing re-recorded tracks from Omikronhis album Hours featured a song with lyrics by the winner of his Cyber Song Contest Internet competition, Alex Grant. Making extensive use of live instruments, the album was Bowie‘s exit from heavy electronica. Sessions for the planned album T...

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