@Ebfgamefanct , I personally do not have your answer that you seek. However, one of these four will have the answer you want. @ErickPandora , @AdamPandora , @TannerPandora and @AlyssaPandora , these four are the moderators for Pandora, they would be more than happy to answer your question. Take care and be safe.
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@gnicci1333 your welcome, happy to share them with you. I have a few more as well. So when you want to check them out, just give a shout and I will share them with you. Take care and stay safe.
P.S Have a great and Happy Thanksgiving.
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@gnicci1333 here are my favorites, for work or anytime. Enjoy these playlists:
https://pandora.app.link/YwKzXL8IEbb , https://pandora.app.link/jkOtVSaJEbb , https://pandora.app.link/pMYBPNeJEbb , https://pandora.app.link/QWMvVKgJEbb , https://pandora.app.link/voPlCDiJEbb .
Enjoy the tunes. Take care and stay safe.
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Post 2 of 2: 2008 - Leona Lewis Leona Lewis was at No.1 on the UK album chart with her debut album 'Spirit'. The album held the record for the biggest digital album sales in a week ever for a new artist and was the 6th biggest selling of 2008 in the world. It has gone on to sell over seven million copies worldwide. 2012 - The Quarrymen According to a new list of the 200 rarest records published in Record Collector magazine, the original acetate of the pre Beatles demo by the Quarrymen of 'That'll Be The Day' was worth £200,000 ($320,630). Several other Beatles records figured in the top 20. Low-numbered copies of The Beatles The White Album was said to be worth £7,000 ($11,222 USD), though a copy of a mono White Album #0000005 sold for £19,201 ($30,782 USD) in 2009. 2015 - Taylor Swift Taylor Swift dominated the American Music Awards, winning three prizes, including album of the year and song of the year. One Direction were named favorite group and artist of the year, for the second year in a row and Ariana Grande was the surprise winner of best female, beating Taylor Swift. 2016 - Joe Esposito Joe Esposito, a close friend and aide of Elvis Presley died at the age of 78. Esposito was Presley's professional assistant and a member of his inner circle, known as the "Memphis Mafia". He was one of two best men at the star's wedding to Priscilla in 1967 and a pallbearer at his funeral in 1977. 2019 - Guns N’ Roses Accounts showed that Guns N’ Roses Not In This Lifetime tour had raked in more than half a billion dollars during it's three-year run grossing $584.2 million (£455.1m). The tour, which kicked off in 2016, sold 5,371,891 tickets, making it the third highest-grossing tour, according to Billboard Boxscore. Born On This Day In The Music World: 1925 - Johnny Mandel Grammy and Oscar-winning American composer and arranger Johnny Mandel. His most famous composition is 'Suicide Is Painless' (theme from the movie and TV series M*A*S*H) and Mandel also worked with Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee, Barbra Streisand and Tony Bennett as well as providing strings arrangement on Michael Jackson's Off The Wall album. 1939 - Betty Everett Betty Everett, soul singer, (1964 US No. 6 single 'The Shoop Shoop Song, It's In His Kiss', 1965 UK No. 29 single 'Getting Mighty Crowded'). She died on 19th August 2001 aged 61. 1949 - Marcia Griffiths Marcia Griffiths, singer, also called the "Queen of Reggae". With Bob Andy as a duo (Bob and Marcia), she had the 1970 UK hit with 'Young, Gifted and Black'. 1949 - Sandra Stevens Sandra Stevens, Brotherhood Of Man, (1976 UK No.1 single 'Save Your Kisses For Me'). 1949 - Alan Paul Alan Paul, singer, Manhattan Transfer, (1977 UK No.1 'Chanson D'amour', 1981 US No.7 single 'Boy From New York City'). 1954 - Bruce Hornsby Bruce Hornsby, keyboards, vocals, The Range, (1986 US No.1 & UK No.15 single 'The Way It Is'). 1962 - Chris Bostock Chris Bostock, bassist with British new wave group Jo Boxers, who had the 1983 UK No.3 single 'Boxer Beat'. 1972 - Chris Adler American drummer Chris Adler who has worked with Lamb of God, Megadeth, Burn the Priest, Testament and Protest The Hero. 1978 - Alison Mosshart Alison Mosshart, American singer, songwriter with The Kills and blues rock band The Dead Weather with Jack White. 1978 - Tommy Marth American saxophone player Tommy Marth who worked with The Killers. On April 23, 2012, Marth's body was discovered in his Las Vegas, Nevada home with a gunshot wound to the head. The Clark County Coroner subsequently ruled that the gunshot wound was self-inflicted and the cause of death was suicide. 1983 - Thomas Pridgen Thomas Pridgen, American drummer with The Mars Volta from 2006 until October 2009. Also worked with The Memorials and the California hardcore band, Trash Talk. 1984 - Lucas Stephen Grabeel Lucas Stephen Grabeel, American actor and singer High School Musical, as part of the cast had the 2006 US No.1 ‘High School Musical’ album and 2007, US No.1 ‘High School Musical 2’ album. Over 17 million viewers in the United States watched the TV premier of High School Musical; making it the highest rated basic cable broadcast in U.S. history. 1992 - Miley Ray Cyrus Miley Ray Cyrus, (born Destiny Hope Cyrus), American actress, singer and songwriter. Miley Stewart -Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel series, Hannah Montana. Scored the 2006 US No.1 album ‘Hannah Montana’, and the 2013 US No.1 hit 'Wrecking Ball'. Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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This day in music history for this Monday. Post 1 of 2: 1956 - Elvis Presley Sheet metal worker Louis Balint was arrested after punching Elvis Presley at a Hotel in Toledo. Balint claimed that his wife's love for Elvis had caused his marriage to break up. He was fined $19.60 but ended up being jailed because he was unable to pay the fine. 1962 - The Beatles The Beatles travelled to St. James' Church Hall, London, for a ten-minute audition with BBC Television. The audition came about when Beatles fan, David Smith of Preston, Lancashire wrote to the BBC asking for The Beatles to be featured on BBC television. Assuming that Smith was The Beatles' manager, the BBC wrote back to him, offering The Beatles an audition. Smith brought his letter to NEMS Enterprises, and Clive Epstein (Brian's brother) arranged for audition to take place. Four days later, Brian Epstein received a polite "thumbs-down" letter from the BBC. 1965 - Marc Bolan Marc Bolan appeared live on the UK TV show Five O'clock Funfair, performing 'The Wizard'. 1967 - The Jimi Hendrix Experience & Pink Floyd A 16 date UK package tour played its 7th night at the Sophia Gardens Pavilion, Cardiff. Featuring The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Pink Floyd, The Move, The Nice, The Outer Limits, The Eire Apparent and Amen Corner, the entourage performed twice nightly. In 1974, Pink Floyd returned to the venue, which has since been demolished, to be replaced by the 'Really Welsh Pavilion'. 1974 - Billy Swan One Hit Wonder Billy Swan started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'I Can Help'. The song was a hit throughout most of Europe and also reached No.1 in Australia. It was so successful in Norway that it charted for 37 weeks on the Norwegian charts making it the 4th best-performing single of all time in that country. 1974 - The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones scored their fifth US No.1 album with 'It's Only Rock 'N Roll'. The album which was the last Stones album for guitarist Mick Taylor peaked at No.2 in the UK. 1975 - Queen Queen started a nine-week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with Bohemian Rhapsody. The promotional video that accompanied the song is generally acknowledged as being the first pop video and only cost £5,000 to produce. When the band wanted to release the single various record executives suggested to them that, at 5 minutes and 55 seconds, it was too long and would never be a hit. 1976 - Jerry Lee Lewis Ten hours after his last arrest, Jerry Lee Lewis was nicked again after brandishing a Derringer pistol outside Elvis Presley's Graceland's home in Memphis, demanding to see the 'King'. When police arrived they found Lewis sat in his car with the loaded Derringer pistol resting on his knee. 1979 - Pink Floyd Pink Floyd released 'Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2)' which rapidly topped the charts in the UK, followed by the US and a further 9 countries. Featuring children from Islington Green School in North London, close to Floyd's Britannia Row Studios, it was the group’s first UK single since Point Me At The Sky in 1968, and their first chart hit since See Emily Play in 1967. 1979 - Keith Richards Keith Richard's girlfriend Anita Pallenberg was cleared by a court of shooting a man found dead at her home. A 17-year-old, Scott Cantrell, had shot himself in the head with a gun owned by Keith Richards, while in Pallenberg's bed, at the South Salem, New York house shared by Richards and Pallenberg. Cantrell had been employed as a part-time groundskeeper at the estate and was involved in a sexual relationship with Pallenberg. 1985 - Joe Turner American blues artist Big Joe Turner died of a heart attack aged 75. Wrote 'Shake Rattle and Roll', (a hit for Bill Haley and His Comets) and 'Sweet Sixteen.' 1991 - Genesis Genesis scored their 5th UK No.1 album with 'We Can't Dance', featuring the singles 'Jesus He Knows Me' and 'I Can't Dance'. 1991 - Michael Jackson Michael Jackson had his fourth UK No.1 single with 'Black or White' which featured Slash on guitar. Also a No.1 hit in the US. 1992 - Roy Acuff American country music singer Roy Acuff died aged 89. Known as the "King of Country Music," he was the first living artist elected to the Country Music Hall Of Fame. Acuff started his career in 1932 working for Dr. Hauer's medicine show, hired as one of its entertainers to draw a crowd to whom Hauer could sell medicines. 1994 - Tommy Boyce Tommy Boyce, singer, songwriter, committed suicide. (1968 US No. 8 single with Bobby Hart, 'I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight', also wrote 'Last Train To Clarksville', 'I'm Not Your Stepping Stone' and 'Scooby- Doo Where Are You.' Sold over 40m records. 1995 - Junior Walker American soul singer and saxophonist Junior Walker died of cancer aged 64. Had the 1966 US & UK Top 20 single 'How Sweet It Is', and the 1969 US No.4 single 'What Does It Take, To Win Your Love'. Walker also played sax on Foreigner's 1981 hit ‘Urgent.’ 2001 - O.C. Smith Singer O.C. Smith died aged 65. Famous for his 1968 US No.1 single 'Little Green Apples' and 1968 UK No.2 single 'The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp'. Smith became pastor and founder of The City Of Angels Church in Los Angeles, California. 2002 - Otis Redding's Otis Redding's widow and his former manager filed a lawsuit against the author of a biography written in 2001 about the R&B legend, claiming the book was filled with lies. The lawsuit, filed in Atlanta's Fulton County, sought $15 million in damages and claimed that the book detailed rumors about the singer's drug use, extramarital affairs and divorce, causing "harm to the plaintiffs." It also cites rumors that Otis' manager plotted with the Mafia to kill Otis by causing the plane to crash in order to claim $1 million in life insurance. 2005 - 50 Cent Dan McTeague a Toronto MP tried to have 50 Cent barred from entering Canada to perform a series of concerts later this year. McTeague had sent a letter to Immigration Minister Joe Volpe claiming that the controversial rapper shouldn't be permitted to cross the border because he promotes gun violence. 2008 - Guns N' Roses 15 years after their last album, Guns N' Roses released Chinese Democracy in the US, exclusively via the electronics retailer Best Buy. Nine years previously, Geffen Records had reportedly paid Axl Rose $1 million to finish the album, with a further $1 million if he handed it in to them by March 1, 1999. End of post 1 of 2.
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Good Monday morning, here are my choices for GSOTD for today. Enjoy the tunes.
Pop: 2 Become 1 by Jewel. https://pandora.app.link/K8668VSiEbb
2 BECOME 1 is a nice melancholic song, but, shocking enough, I agree it wasn't the best choice as a third single, sure it was close to the old sounding Jewel, but if 0304 was praised about something it was Jewel's boldness to don't be afraid and try something new.
Singer/Songwriter: You Mean The World To Me by Freya Ridings. https://pandora.app.link/0qvZHd6iEbb
"YouMeanTheWorldToMe" is a ballad that FreyaRidings wrote alone in her living room about a period when her mother was ill. The song was produced by Adele/Sia key collaborator Greg Kurstin.
Soul: Goodbye Goodnight by Andra Day. https://pandora.app.link/wVRypuijEbb
Cheers to the Fall is the debut studio album by American singer Andra Day. It was released on August 28, 2015 by Warner Bros. Records and Buskin Records. She worked with Jenn Decilveo, Adrian Gurvitz, Rob Kleiner, Raphael Saadiq, and Chris Seefried in the production of this album. The album was nominated for Best R&B Album at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards.
R&B: This Is Me by Leela James. https://pandora.app.link/TD8ZL0OjEbb
Singer, songwriter and R&B diva Leela James has no shame in her heart and wants you to feel the same way. Or at least that’s how she’s made us feel with her cover of “This Is Me.” You may know “This Is Me” from a little movie called The Greatest Showman, originally sung by Keala Settle.
Rock: Dream Weaver by Gary Wright. https://pandora.app.link/B5u1BWhkEbb
The Dream Weaver is a solo album by Gary Wright released in July 1975. The album was said by Wright to be the first-ever all-keyboard album, but in fact it also features drums, vocals, and guitar, among other instruments. Was also a huge success from the moment of it's release.
Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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@HateyouLoveyou , how are, hope all is good. I like all music, except for rap. Favorite song "Foolish Games" by Jewel (Original version) on her album Pieces Of You. Favorite artist is Jewel. Well hope to see you around the community more. Take care and stay safe.
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My GSOTD choices for this Sunday. (Sorry for the late post).
Rock: Drops Of Jupitar by Train. https://pandora.app.link/3ryGghSoDbb
Drops of Jupiter is the second studio album by American pop rock band Train, released in 2001. The album's title is derived from "Drops of Jupiter", its lead single, which was a hit internationally and won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Song.
Pop: Say Something by A Great Big World (Feat. Christina Aguilera). https://pandora.app.link/Pie7xj9oDbb
“Say Something” is a song by indie band A Great Big World. The song became a breakout hit after Christina Aguilera performed it on The Voice. The song represents the struggle of someone giving up on a relationship. Offering a plea to their significant other to “say something” to reverse the failing relationship. “Say Something” reached #4 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and became a Grammy winner in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category at the 57th Grammy.
Soundtracks: I Will Find You by Clannad. https://pandora.app.link/yE6JlqupDbb
Clannad began by performing traditional Irish folk songs and Irish music of their own creation and quickly gained a loyal following. In the early ‘80’s, they began to expand their sound, fusing traditional Irish sounds with new-age, creating the entirely new genre of 'Celtic music’. At the same time, younger sister Eithne, who had been performing with Clannad for about 3 years, left to pursue a solo career under the name Enya.
Country: Let Your Love Flow by The Bellamy Brothers. https://pandora.app.link/n1nh3jSpDbb The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 for a week in May of 1976. It also peaked at #2 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart & #21 on Billboard’s Hot Country Singles chart. Internationally, the song topped the charts in Austria, Canada, Switzerland and Germany.
Singing: The Joke by Brandi Carlile. https://pandora.app.link/2em6LS8pDbb
The song was awarded with a GRAMMY for Best American Roots Song at the 2019 GRAMMY Awards:
Enjoy the tunes, until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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Born On This Day In The Music World. Post 2 of 2: 1936 - Opal Courtney Jr Opal Courtney Jr, singer with Fifties doo-wop group The Spaniels. Their 1954 hit 'Goodnite, Sweetheart, Goodnite' was featured in such films as Three Men and a Baby and American Graffiti. The Spaniels became one of the first artists to sign with Vee-Jay Records, the first large, independent Afro-American owned record label. He died on 18 September 2008. 1941 - Jesse Colin Young Jesse Colin Young, The Youngbloods, (1969 US No.5 single 'Get Together'). 1943 - Floyd Sneed Floyd Sneed, drummer with Three Dog Night, who had the 1970 UK No.3 & US No.1 single with a cover of the Randy Newman song 'Mama Told Me Not To Come'. The band scored 21 Billboard Top 40 hits (with three hitting No.1) between 1969 and 1975. 1946 - Aston Barrett Aston Barrett, The Upsetters, Bob Marley and the Wailers, (1981 UK No.8 single 'No Woman No Cry', plus over Ten other UK Top 40 singles). 1950 - Tina Weymouth American musician Tina Weymouth, bassist with Talking Heads, who had the 1983 US No.9 single 'Burning Down The House', 1985 UK No.6 single 'Road To Nowhere'. Also a member of Tom Tom Club, who had the 1981 UK No.7 single 'Wordy Rappinghood'. 1950 - Steven Van Zandt American musician and actor Steven Van Zandt, (Little Steven or Miami Steve), guitarist with South Side Johnny, then Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band and Little Steven and The Disciples of Soul. Created music-industry activist group Artists United Against Apartheid as an action against the Sun City resort in South Africa, Springsteen, U2, Bob Dylan and Run DMC, collaborated on 'Sun City'. He starred as Silvio Dante in the TV Series The Sopranos. 1957 - Sharon Bailey Sharon Bailey, Amazulu, (1986 UK No.5 single 'Too Good To Be Forgotten') 1960 - Jim Bob James Morrison, (Jim Bob), Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, 1992 UK No.7 single 'The Only Living Boy In New Cross'). 1966 - Francis Anthony 'Eg' White Francis Anthony 'Eg' White, songwriter and producer. Member of Brother Beyond in the late 1980s, Will Young, Natalie Imbruglia, James Morrison, Kylie Minogue, Adele and Duffy have all recorded his songs. 1968 - Rasa Don Rasa Don, from American alternative hip hop group Arrested Development who scored the 1992 UK No.2 and US No. 8 single 'People Everyday'. The group won two Grammy Awards in 1993 for Best New Artist and Best Rap Performance and were also named Band of the Year by Rolling Stone magazine. 1970 - Chris Fryar Chris Fryar American drummer with the Grammy Award winning country music group, Zac Brown Band. Their 2015 album Jekyll + Hyde which debuted at No.1 on the US chart featured the single 'Heavy Is the Head' with vocals from Chris Cornell. 1978 - Karen O Karen O, singer, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, (2006 UK No. 18 single ‘Gold Lion’). 1979 - Scott Robinson Scott Robinson, vocals, Five, with English boy band Five who had the 1998 UK No.2 single 'Everybody Get Up' and the 1999 UK No.1 single 'Keep On Movin'. 1981 - Ben Adams Ben Adams, vocals, A1, (2000 UK No.1 single, 'Same Old Brand New You'). Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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