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GSOTD (Genre Songs Of The Day) (Clean Only)

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Pop: Foolish Games by Jewel."Foolish Games"/"You Were Meant for Me" ranked at number 15 on Billboard's All-Time Top 100 and held the record in the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest chart run of a single for "Foolish Games"/"You Were Meant for Me", which charted for 65 weeks. (Side note). This is my favorite overall song, as well as the artist. 

Easy Listening: Unchained Melody by The Righteous Brothers.   The repertoire included some of the Righteous Brothers' best-known songs, such as "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'," "Soul & Inspiration," "Unchained Melody", but also the later "Rock and Roll Heaven", as well as Bill Medley's "The Time of My Life".

Country: Making Believe by Emmylou Harris.   Emmylou Harris is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. She has released dozens of albums and singles throughout her career and has won 14 Grammys, the Polar Music Prize, and numerous other honors, including induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2018 she was presented with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Christian/ Christian Contemporary: How Can It Be by Lauren Daigle.   Lauren Ashley Daigle was born on September 9, 1991. Daigle grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana in an environment of zydeco, Cajun, and blues music.

Rock/ Rock-n-Roll: She Talks To Angels by The Black Crowes.   This is regarded by many as The Black Crowes' best and most well-known song. It hit number one on the US Album Rock Tracks chart and number 70 on the UK Singles Chart in 1991. The eighth track on The Black Crowes ‘ 1990 album Shake Your Money Maker and one of the singles from the album.


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Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Tuesday. Enjoy the music.

R&B/Soul: Oh Girl by The Chi-Lites.

The Chi-Lites are an American R&B/soul vocal quartet from Chicago, Illinois, United States. The group's greatest fame came during the early 1970s. They scored eleven Top Ten R&B hits from 1969 to 1974. They also charted 21 songs in the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Chart, and had chart hits in Australia, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Canada, as well as in the U.S.

Folk Rock: Fast Car by Tracy Chapman.

Tracy Chapman is an American singer-songwriter, known for her hits "Fast Car" and "Give Me One Reason", along with other singles "Talkin' 'bout a Revolution", "Baby Can I Hold You", "Crossroads", "New Beginning", and "Telling Stories". She is a multi-platinum and four-time Grammy Award–winning artist.

Southern Gospel: Peace In The Valley by Romance Watson.

Watson became a member of the gospel music group the Roberta Martin Singers (RMS), led by its venerable namesake, pianist Roberta Martin.

Country: Die From A Broken Heart by Maddie & Tae.

Maddie & Tae are an American female country music duo composed of Madison Marlow and Taylor Dye, both of whom are singers, songwriters, and guitarists. The duo was signed to the revived Dot Records in 2014.

Pop: Don't Die In Me by Mirah.

Mirah is an American musician and songwriter based in Brooklyn, New York. After getting her start in the music scene of Olympia, Washington in the late 1990s, she released a number of well-received solo albums on K Records.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.   


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Nice, @MOHLovesAlaska! Thanks so much for sharing your tunes. I'm listening to the playlist now. 👍

Here are my selections:

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R&B: As I Am by H.E.R

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Electronic with Jazz Influences: Canggu by FKJ

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Acoustic: Bloom by The Paper Kites

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Folk: Coastline by Hollow Coves


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@AlyssaPandora  thanks for your choices for today Alyssa, I am listening now, I am also adding them to the GSOTD playlist. Have a great Tuesday, you take care and stay safe.  

P.S I added Coastline to my personal playlist, I really liked the lyrics to the song, it was a great tune. Thanks again Alyssa for your choices. Be safe.  


Here are my choices for GSOTD playlist, enjoy the music. Sorry for the late post.  

Pop: Unwritten by Natasha Bedingfield.

The song was written by Bedingfield, Danielle Brisebois, and Wayne Rodrigues and produced by Rodrigues and Brisebois. The single was released as the album's third UK single and second US single (in September 2005). In 2006, "Unwritten" became the theme song for the reality television series The Hills.

Rock: Storms Never Last by Dr. Hook. Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show was an American rock band, formed in Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including "Sylvia's Mother", "The Cover of 'Rolling Stone'", "Only Sixteen", "A Little Bit More", "Sharing the Night Together", "When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman", "Better Love Next Time", and "Sexy Eyes". In addition to their own material, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show performed songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein.

Country: I Walk The Line by Johnny Cash. One of his most famous songs, “I Walk the Line” is Johnny Cash’s promise to remain faithful to his first wife, Vivian, while he is on the road.

Alternative Rock: Everything by Alanis Morissette. Everything (Alanis Morissette song) Jump to navigation Jump to search. "Everything" is a song written and recorded by Canadian singer Alanis Morissette. it was released on April 13, 2004 as the first single from her sixth studio album, So-Called Chaos. The song reached number three on the Canadian Singles Chart and number six in Italy and Spain.

Singer/Songwriter: Love Use To Be by Jewel.

After nearly six years of marriage. This song is a potent depiction of Jewel's emotional state following the decision to end their relationship. "I'm very proud of this lyric. It's completely non-commercial, six-minutes long and doesn't have a traditional structure, but I think lyrically, if somebody was to look back on who I am or what I am as a writer and lyricist, this is a good example," she said. "It's a song that you have to listen to several times and it's a gut-wrenchingly honest take of where I was at in my life when I wrote it."

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


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Happy Thursday! 

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Folk Country: Texas Sun by Khruangbin & Leon Bridges

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Electro Pop: Invisible (Justin Caruso Remix) by Anna Clendening

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Acoustic: Mercy by Shawn Mendes

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Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Thursday, enjoy the music.

Electro: Blue Light by Mazzy Star.

The blue light in the best friend's room could just be the glow of a TV, reflected in his eyes - though as the pulsating glow of the song itself, it also represents the power of the universe running through us.

Hard Rock: Knockin' On Heavens Door by Guns N'Roses.

Knockin On Heaven's Door is a song originally done by Bob Dylan in 1973 and later covered by Guns N Roses for their 1991 album Use Your Illusion II. It was featured on The X Factor by Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke and Julia Bullock in Boot Camp 2.

Pop: Perfect by Ed Sheeran Duet with Beyoncé. Sheeran revealed that inspiration for the collaboration came after thinking about how to relaunch "Perfect". Sheeran said: "I was like 'I love Beyoncé, shall I ask Beyoncé?', and then in my head I was like 'She's gonna say no', and then I was like, 'You might as well ask', and she said yeah.".

Country: Queen Of Hearts by Juice Newton. "Queen of Hearts" was a popular music video during the summer of MTV's debut. Newton would go on to have more hit songs and albums, but this remains the album for which she is best known. In 1984, a fourth track from Juice titled "Ride 'Em Cowboy" was released in support of Newton's first "Greatest Hits" album. The single reached #32 on the U.S. Billboard Country charts.

Christian/Gospel:  Why Me Lord by Carlene Davis.

Carlene Davis is a Jamaican gospel and reggae singer active since the 1970s. Successful since the early 1980s as a reggae artist, she survived cancer in the mid-1990s, after which she dedicated her career to gospel music. She has released over ten albums.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


@AlyssaPandora great selection as always, I also collected all of your choices for my own personal playlist. They were also added to the GSOTD playlist. Thank you Alyssa for your choices for today. Have a great Thursday, you take care and stay safe.  


GSOTD choices for this Friday. Enjoy the music.

Country: The Dead Don't Die by Sturgill Simpson.   John Sturgill Simpson is an American country music singer-songwriter and actor. As of October 2020, he has released five albums as a solo artist. His first two albums, High Top Mountain and Metamodern Sounds in Country Music, were independently released in 2013 and 2014, respectively.

Alternative Rock: Lil Darlin by ZZ Ward (feat. The O'Mys).   Zsuzsanna Eva Ward is an American singer-songwriter. Ward released her debut EP, Criminal, on May 8, 2012. Her debut album, Til the Casket Drops, was released on October 16, 2012.

Pop Rock: Stop and Stare by OneRepublic.   " Stop and Stare " is the second single by American band OneRepublic from their debut studio album, Dreaming Out Loud (2007). "Stop and Stare" was released to American radio on November 27, 2008. It was later solicited to British radio on December 16, 2007 reaching number-one and to Australian radio on December 17, 2007.

Country Pop: Blue Bayou by Linda Ronstadt.   Linda Maria Ronstadt is a retired American singer who performed and recorded in diverse genres including rock, country, light opera, and Latin. She has earned 10 Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, and an ALMA Award. Many of her albums have been certified gold, platinum or multiplatinum in the United States and internationally.

American Folk: Northern Sky by Claudia Scott. https:    Claudia Lorraine Scott is a Norwegian singer, musician and composer associated primarily with country music and American folk music genres. She was born in Newcastle, but hails from Bergen, Norway, and moved to Nashville in 1999. She has won the Spellemann Award twice, in 1985 and 2014.

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My GSOTD choices for this Saturday. Enjoy the music.

Hard Rock/Garage Rock: Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix."Hey Joe" as recorded by the Jimi Hendrix Experience, with backing vocals by the Breakaways, remains the best-known version of the song and is listed as No. 201 on Rolling Stone magazine's The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In 2009 it was named the 22nd greatest hard rock song of all time by VH1.

Alternative Rock/Poprock: Breakfast at Tiffany's by Deep Blue Something. 

Deep Blue Something is an American rock band who are known for their 1995 hit single "Breakfast at Tiffany's" from their second album Home. Home achieved gold-record status;

Blues: Tom Cat by Muddy Waters. McKinley Morganfield, known professionally as Muddy Waters, was an American blues singer-songwriter and musician who was an important figure in the post-war blues scene, and is often cited as the "father of modern Chicago blues". His style of playing has been described as "raining down Delta beatitude". Muddy Waters is also a 14 time Grammy Award Winner.  

Jazz: What A Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong. Louis Armstrong was a jazz trumpeter , bandleader and singer known for songs like "What a Wonderful World , " "Hello , Dolly , " "Star Dust" and "La Vie En Rose .". Louis Armstrong was a jazz.

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GSOTD choices for this Sunday. Enjoy the music.

Pop: To Die For by Sam Smith.

"To Die For" is a song by English singer Sam Smith, released through Capitol Records on 14 February 2020. Smith co-wrote the song alongside Jimmy Napes and Stargate. The song appears on Smith's third studio album Love Goes.

Barbershop music/Traditional pop: Mr. Sandman by The Chordettes.

"Mr. Sandman" is a popular song written by Pat Ballard which was published in 1954 and first recorded in May of that year by Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra and later that same year by The Chordettes and The Four Aces.

Country: North To Alaska by Johnny Horton.

North to Alaska (song) " North to Alaska " is a 1960 hit song recorded by Johnny Horton that was featured in the movie of the same name. Though Horton had sung several popular movie tie-in songs, this was the first one that was sung over the opening titles.

Easy Listening: Everything I Do I Do It For You by Bryan Adams.

About “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You”. The song was released in June 18, 1991 as a theme song for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and a single to Adam’s sixth studio album Waking Up the Neighbor's. The song became one of Adams' most famously known and successful songs, becoming number one in many countries, including his native Canada.

Gospel/Christian Contemporary: Praise You In This Storm by Casting Crowns.

Casting Crowns is a contemporary Christian and Christian rock band started in 1999 by youth pastor Mark Hall, who serves as the band's lead vocalist, as part of a youth group at First Baptist Church in Downtown Daytona Beach, Florida.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


My choices for GSOTD for this Monday, enjoy the music.

Pop: I Can See Clearly Now by Johnny Nash.

John Lester Nash Jr. was an American singer-songwriter, best known in the United States for his 1972 hit "I Can See Clearly Now". Primarily a reggae and pop singer, he was one of the first non-Jamaican artists to record reggae music in Kingston.

Electro: Down In The Valley by The Head & the Heart. Artist Biography by Andrew Leahey An acclaimed indie folk band whose influences include Americana, country-rock, and classic Beatlesque pop, the Head and the Heart was formed in Seattle by a group of northwestern transplants.

Easy Listening: You Take My Breath Away by Eva Cassidy.

Eva Cassidy died on November 2, 1996, at the age of 33. She was posthumously inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Washington Area Music Association.

Rock: Ride The River by J.J Cale & Eric Clapton.

John Weldon "J. J." Cale was an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Though he avoided the limelight, his influence as a musical artist has been widely acknowledged by figures such as Mark Knopfler, Neil Young and Eric Clapton, who described him as "one of the most important artists in the history of rock". He is considered to be one of the originators of the Tulsa Sound, a loose genre drawing on blues, rockabilly, country, and jazz.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


Today's GSOTD choices are going to be different then usual. This is a request for favorites of the 80's music. Today is for @LindaK70 . She likes the Go Go's along with some Def Leppard. I will only add 1 song of my choice for today. Enjoy the music. 

80's Pop: Our Lips Are Sealed by the Go-Go's. The Go-Go’s first hit, “Our Lips Are Sealed,” was co-written by guitarist Jane Wiedlin, and Terry Hall (of English band Fun Boy Three). Wiedlin and Hall had had a brief affair while the Go-Go’s had toured with The Specials (Hall’s previous band), and the affair inspired the song. (Fun Boy Three did their own version of the song in ‘83.)

80's Pop: We Got The Beat by the Go-Go's."We Got the Beat" is a song by the American rock band the Go-Go's, written by the group's lead guitarist and keyboardist Charlotte Caffey. The band first recorded the song in 1980 for a single on UK-based Stiff Records, and later rerecorded it for their debut album Beauty and the Beat on I.R.S. Records. The initial single release brought the Go-Go's underground credibility during their first UK tour and in the band's hometown of Los Angeles. The first version reached No. 35 on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart due to its popularity in clubs as an import, and the second version was a top 10 hit in both the United States and Canada. It is considered a new wave classic hit, as well as being the Go-Go's' signature song.

80's Pop: Vacation by the Go-Go's.“Vacation” is a 1982 single released by the all-female rock band The Go-Go’s. The song was the first single and title track from their sophomore album. The song proved to be one of the Go-Go’s highest charting singles, reaching No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 in August 1982.

80's Rock: Pour Some Sugar On Me by Def Leppard. "Pour Some Sugar on Me" is a song by the English rock band Def Leppard from their 1987 album Hysteria. It reached number 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 on 23 July 1988, behind "Hold On to the Nights" by Richard Marx.

80's Rock: Photograph by Def Leppard."Photograph" is a song performed by English hard rock band Def Leppard and produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange. It is the lead single from the band's third studio album, Pyromania. Their lead vocalist Joe Elliott has described the song as generally about "something you can't ever get your hands on". When released as a single it reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top Tracks chart, where it stayed for six weeks, and No. 12 on the Pop Singles chart.

80's Rock: Hysteria by Def Leppard. "Hysteria" is a love song by the English hard rock band Def Leppard. It is the tenth track on their 1987 album of the same name and was released as the third single from that album in November 1987. On VH1 Storytellers: Def Leppard, lead singer Joe Elliott revealed that the song title came from drummer Rick Allen.

Europop/Poprock: Knowing Me, Knowing You by ABBA. "Knowing Me, Knowing You" is a hit single recorded by Swedish pop group ABBA. The song was written by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Stig Anderson, with Anni-Frid Lyngstad singing the lead vocals. During recording sessions, it had the working titles of "Ring It In" and "Number 1, Number 1".  

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


My choices for GSOTD for this Wednesday, enjoy the music.

Pop: Don't Dream It's Over by Crowded House. Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn January 11th 1987, "Don't Dream It's Over" by Crowded House entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart at position #85; and fourteen weeks later on April 19th, 1987 it peaked at #2 for one week... It reached #1 in Canada and New Zealand, while in the quintet's native Australia it peaked at #8.

Psychedelic Rock: Break On Through (To The Other Side) by The Doors. of the 1967 US single. "Break On Through (To the Other Side)" is a song by the Doors from their debut album, The Doors. It was the first single released by the band and was unsuccessful compared with later hits, reaching only number 126 in the United States.

Rock: From Where You Are by Life House. "From Where You Are" is a single from the band Lifehouse that was written by Jason Wade for Allstate's Teen Driving Program. The song is dedicated to teens who have lost their lives in accident.

Rap: Ransom by Lil Tecca (Clean). Anthony Sharpe, known professionally as Lil Tecca, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter. He rose to mainstream fame with the release of his single "Ransom", which peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100.

Country: Breathe by Faith Hill. Breathe is the fourth studio album by American country music artist Faith Hill. It was released November 9, 1999 via Warner Bros. Records. It won a Grammy Award for Best Country Album. Breathe is one of the most successful country/pop albums to date.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


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Here are my GSTOD for Wednesday 🎧

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Rap: WALK IN THE PARK by Jack Harlow (Clean Version)

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R&B: Easy by DaniLeigh featuring Chris Brown

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Pop with Electronic Influences: In the Name of Love by Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha

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Electronic: Hold On Me by KAASI

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@AlyssaPandora  thanks for your choices Alyssa, I am adding them to the GSOTD playlist, I am also giving them a listen to as well. Take care and stay safe.  

P.S I added the last two songs to my own personal playlist as well. Have a great day, be safe.  

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My GSOTD choices for this Thursday, enjoy the music.

Country: Too Far From You by Nashville Cast (feat. Aubrey Peeples). Shea Peeples was born and raised in Lake Mary, Florida, by parents Wendy and Ashley, and has a younger sister named Ally. Growing up, Aubrey performed with the Orlando Repertory Theatre for ten years. She graduated from Lake Mary Preparatory School, where she was valedictorian of the class of 2012. Peeples was accepted to Harvard University but deferred entry twice, the second time to accept her role on Nashville.

Pop: Here Comes The Change by Kesha.

"Here Comes The Change ", registered as " Here Comes a Change ", is a song performed by Kesha for the Motion Picture On the Basis of Sex. It was released as a promotional single on September 19, 2018. The song was serviced as a single to Australia on October 5, 2018.

Soundtracks: The Scientist by Corinne Bailey Rae. In 2017, Corinne Bailey Rae recorded "The Scientist" (originally recorded by Coldplay) for the opening title sequence for Universal Pictures' Fifty Shades Darker which opened 10 February. The track is featured on the Fifty Shades Darker Soundtrack, which released the same day.

Pop Rock: Summer Of 69' by Bryan Adams.

"Summer of '69" is a song recorded by the Canadian musician Bryan Adams, from his fourth album, Reckless. The song is about a dilemma between settling down or trying to become a rock star. The song was written by Adams and Jim Vallance, a long-time writing partner of Adams. "Summer of '69" was produced by Adams and Bob Clearmountain.

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GSOTD choices for this Friday, enjoy the music.

Indie Folk: Ho Hey by The Lumineers.

 "Ho Hey" is a song by American folk rock band The Lumineers. It was released on June 4, 2012, as the lead single from their debut self-titled studio album. The music video was released on March 11, 2012. "Ho Hey" reached number one for 18 non-consecutive weeks on the Billboard Rock Songs chart.

Post-Punk: Pride (In The Name Of Love) by U2.

"Pride " is a song by Irish rock band U2. It is the second track on the band's 1984 album, The Unforgettable Fire, and was released as its lead single in September 1984. The song was produced by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois. Written about Martin Luther King Jr., "Pride" received mixed critical reviews at the time, but it was a major commercial success for U2 and has since become one of their most popular songs.

Pop: Give You Up by Dido.

“Give You Up” was written by Dee Adams and the Australian duo, the Opposite Kids. In a statement, Dido said of the song, “It’s a good break up song, where you’ve been hurt but feel strong. It’s that point in a relationship where you are pulling yourself out of the gutter and deciding that it’s their loss.

80's Rock: Jump by Van Halen.

"Jump!" is a song written and recorded by the American rock group Van Halen. It is the only single the group released in their career to reach #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

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GSOTD choices for this Saturday. Enjoy the music.

80's Rock: I Love Rock 'N' Roll by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts. I Love Rock 'n Roll is the second studio album by Joan Jett and the first with her backing band The Blackhearts. Soon after the first recording sessions at Soundworks Studios, original Blackheart guitarist Eric Amble was replaced by Ricky Byrd. It is Jett's most commercially successful album to date with over 10 million copies sold, largely due to the success of the title track, which was released as a single soon after the album was released. 

Alternative Rock: Help Me Mama by ZZ Ward. ‘Help Me Mama’ is about my personal revelation that not everything in life is what it seems. Growing up I had expectations about what my relationships should be like with other people, the world and even myself. Realizing nothing would ever be perfect, I had to take control of my life and, unlike when I was a kid, Mama isn’t always going to be around to solve my problems."

Blues Rock/Soul/Folk Rock: Scars by James Bay. “Scars”. This song is about James being apart from someone he loves and the struggle he faces during their separation. Also expressing his vow never to leave that person again. This is a beautiful song reflecting the pain felt by both parties during a separation that is due to external, unavoidable circumstances.

Pop: I Don't Want To Wait by Paula Cole.

Cole wrote the song and recorded a demo in April 1991 but did not record it for release until 1996. On the US Billboard Hot 100, "I Don't Want to Wait" spent the most consecutive weeks in the top 50 without cracking the top 10, peaking at No. 11. The single ranked at No. 10 on the Hot 100 year-end chart for 1998.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.   


GSOTD choices for this Sunday, enjoy the music.

Country: Satin Sheets by Jeanne Pruett."Satin Sheets" is a song written by John Volinkaty, and originally recorded by Bill Anderson and Jan Howard on their March 1972 duet album, Bill & Jan or (Jan & Bill). It was then famously covered by American country music artist Jeanne Pruett in February 1973 as the first single and title track from her album of the same name. The song was Pruett's only Number One country hit, as well as her only chart entry on the Billboard Hot 100.

Classical Pop Music: The 5th by David Garrett. David Christian Bongartz, better known by his stage name David Garrett, is a German classical and crossover violinist and recording artist.

Adult Contemporary: Don't Know Much by Linda Ronstadt (feat. Aaron Neville). "Don't Know Much " is a song written by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil and Tom Snow. The original version of this song was recorded by Barry Mann in 1980 and was made famous when it was covered as a duet by Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville in 1989.

Pop Rock: In The Mood by Robert Plant. 

(1985) "In the Mood" is a song by English recording artist Robert Plant from his second solo studio album, The Principle of Moments (1983). As a popular album track it reached No. 4 on the Billboard Top Tracks chart It was later released as a single and entered the Billboard Hot 100 on November 19, 1983, peaking at No. 39 in January 1984.

 Soft Rock: Please Don't Go by KC and the Sunshine Band.

"Please Don't Go" is a song recorded and released in 1979 on the KC and the Sunshine Band album Do You Wanna Go Party. Originally written in the key of D flat, the song was the band's first love ballad. In the song, the subject pleads for a second chance.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.  


Good Monday morning, here are my choices for GSOTD for this Monday. Enjoy the music.

Alternative Country: The Littlest Birds by The Be Good Tanyas.

The Be Good Tanyas are a Canadian folk music group formed in 1999 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Contemporary Folk: It's Not Happening by The Be Good Tanyas.

Their influences include folk, country, and bluegrass. The style of music they perform can be referred to as alt-country or Americana . The Be Good Tanyas formed in 1999 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Pop: Hate Me by Ellie Goulding:

"Hate Me" was premiered on June 26, 2019 and it marks the first collaboration of Ellie Goulding with American rapper Juice WRLD .

Singer/Songwriter: Just Call by Delta Goodrem.

Wings of the Wild is the fifth studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Delta Goodrem. It was released on 1 July 2016, through Sony Music Australia. A follow-up to her last studio album, Child of the Universe (2012), it was her first studio album in four years. The album was preceded by the release of its lead single, "Wings", which entered at number eight on the ARIA Singles Chart, ultimately topping the chart for two consecutive weeks

80's Dance/Rock: Dancing In The Dark by Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band.

"Dancing in the Dark" is a song written and performed by American rock singer Bruce Springsteen. Adding up-tempo synthesizer riffs to his sound for the first time, the song spent four weeks at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and sold over one million singles in the U.S. It was the first single released from his 1984 album, Born in the U.S.A., and became his biggest hit, helping the album become the best-selling album of his career.

Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.