@mpberinger I added this song to GSOTD (Genre Songs Of The Day) playlist. https://pandora.app.link/52tveBRqvbb just click on the link scroll to the end and you will see your song was added. You should give the playlist a listen to. Take care and stay safe.
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Born On This Day In The Music World. Post 2 of 2: 1937 - Peter Cook Peter Cook, British comedian who was the compere on the UK TV music show Revolver. With Dudley Moore he had the 1965 UK No.18 single 'Goodbye-ee'. With Moore he released a series of albums as Derek and Clive which were considered highly offensive by many at the time. Cook died on 9th January 1995. 1937 - Geoff Goddard Geoff Goddard, songwriter, wrote 'Johnny Remember Me', played keyboards on The Tornadoes 1962 No.1 hit 'Telstar'. He died on 15th May 2000 aged 62. 1938 - Gordon Lightfoot Gordon Lightfoot, Canadian singer, (1971 UK No.30 single 'If You Could Read My Mind', 1974 US No.1 single 'Sundown'). 1942 - Bob Gaudio Bob Gaudio, The Royal Teens, (1958 US No.3 single 'Short Shorts). The Four Seasons, who had the 1960s hits 'Sherry', 'Big Girls Don't Cry', 'Walk Like a Man', and the 1976 UK & US No.1 single 'December 1963, (Oh What A Night'). 1944 - Gene Clark Gene Clark, singer, songwriter, The New Christy Minstrels, The Byrd's, (1965 UK & US No.1 single 'Mr. Tambourine Man'). Solo, (1974 album, 'No Other'). Died of a heart attack on 24th May 1991 aged 49. 1946 - Martin Barre English rock musician Martin Barre best known for his work with progressive rock band Jethro Tull from their second album in 1969 to the band's initial dissolution in 2012. 1947 - Rod Clements Rod Clements from English group Lindisfarne who had the 1970s hit singles 'Meet Me on the Corner', 'Lady Eleanor and 'Run For Home'. Their album Fog on the Tyne became the biggest selling UK album in 1972. 1947 - Robert Antoni American musician Robert Antoni, who was a member of Nazz, and Utopia with Todd Rundgren. 1948 - Iain Sutherland Scottish singer songwriter Iain Sutherland from Sutherland Brothers and Quiver, who had the 1976 UK No.5 single 'Arms Of Mary'. The Sutherland Brothers song 'Sailing', gave a major UK hit to Rod Stewart in 1975. Sutherland died on 25 November 2019, aged 71. 1956 - Peter Cox Peter Cox singer with Go West who had the 1985 UK No.5 single 'We Close Our Eyes' and hits with 'Call Me' and King of Wishful Thinking. They were named Best British Newcomer at the 1986 Brit Awards 1957 - Jim Babjak Jim Babjak, US group, The Smithereens, (1988 US No.41 album 'Smithereens 11). 1960 - RuPaul RuPaul, US male drag queen, (1994 UK No.7 single with Elton John, 'Don't Go Breaking My Heart', 1998 UK No.21 single, 'It's Raining Men'). 1966 - Richard Fortus Richard Fortus American guitarist. He is best known as a member of Guns N' Roses with whom he has been a member since 2002. Fortus has also collaborated extensively with The Psychedelic Furs frontman Richard Butler. 1966 - Jeff Buckley American singer, songwriter and guitarist Jeff Buckley, his only studio album was the 1995 Grace. Buckley drowned on 29th May 1997 in Wolf River Harbor on the Mississippi River - during a spontaneous evening swim. Since his death, there have been many posthumous releases of his material including his cover of the Leonard Cohen's song 'Hallelujah' which became No.1 on Billboard's Hot Digital Songs in March 2008 and reached No.2 in the UK Singles Chart. His singer songwriter father Tim Buckley, died on 29th June 1975 of a heroin and morphine overdose. 1967 - Ronald Devoe Ronald Devoe, singer from American R&B group New Edition who had the 1983 UK No.1 single 'Candy Girl', and with Bell Biv De Voe had the 1990 US No.3 single 'Do Me!'. 1980 - Isaac Hanson American musician Isaac Hanson, guitar, keyboards and vocals with Hanson who had the 1997 UK & US No.1 single 'MMMbop'. Hanson has sold over 16 million records worldwide and have had 8 top 40 albums and 6 top 40 singles in the US. 1981 - Sarah Harding Sarah Harding, from English-Irish pop girl group Girls Aloud, which was created through the ITV talent show Popstars: The Rivals in 2002. They scored the 2002 UK No.1 single 'Sound Of The Underground' and over 20 UK Top 20 singles. They hold the record for "Most Consecutive Top Ten Entries in the UK by a Female Group. Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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Welcome to a happy snowy Tuesday here in Up-State N.Y. Here is "This Day In History Of Music" Post 1 of 2: 1957 - Harry Belafonte Harry Belafonte was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Mary's Boy Child,' the first single to sell over 1 million copies in the UK. It stayed at No.1 for seven weeks making it this years Christmas No.1. The first Christmas song to hit No.1 in two different versions - the other was Boney M's version in 1978. 1962 - The Four Seasons The Four Seasons started a five week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Big Girls Don't Cry', the group's second No.1 of the year. It made No.13 in the UK. 1963 - The Beatles John Weightman the Headmaster of a Surrey Grammar School, banned all pupils from having Beatle haircuts saying, "this ridiculous style brings out the worst in boys physically. It makes them look like morons." 1966 - Beach Boys The Beach Boys were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Good Vibrations.' As a child, Brian Wilsons mother told him that dogs could pick up "vibrations" from people, so that the dog would bark at "bad vibrations" Wilson turned this into the general idea for the song. 1967 - Pink Floyd A 16 date UK package tour with Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, The Move, The Nice and Amen Corner played at the City Hall, Sheffield. A review in the Sheffield Star noted: 'Like an electrified golliwog, Jimi Hendrix threw himself into a live-wire act that featured his intricate guitar interpretation. Quite an Experience'. Pink Floyd also released their third single Apples And Oranges today in the UK. 1971 - Slade Slade were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Coz I Luv You', the group's first of six No.1's. The misspelt song titles became a trademark for Slade, causing a great furor among teachers up and down the country. 1973 - The Who The Who's double album Quadrophenia entered the UK album chart peaking at No.2. One of two two full-scale rock operas from The Who (the other being the 1969 ‘Tommy’). The 1979 film based on the story stars Phil Daniels, Toyah Willcox, Ray Winstone, Michael Elphick and Sting. 1979 - John Glascock Jethro Tull bass player John Glascock died at the age of 28, as a result of a congenital heart defect. Had also been a member of Chicken Shack. 1984 - Wham! Wham! Were at No.1 on the UK album chart with 'Make It Big' and No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Wake Me Up Before You Go Go'. Michael's inspiration for the song was a scribbled note left by his Wham! partner Andrew Ridgeley for Andrew's parents, originally intended to read "wake me up before you go" but with "up" accidentally written twice, so Ridgeley wrote "go" twice on purpose. 1990 - David Crosby David Crosby from Crosby Stills Nash & Young was admitted to hospital after breaking a leg, shoulder and ankle after crashing his Harley Davidson motorbike. 1992 - Jimmy Merchant At the end of a long battle to claim royalties Jimmy Merchant and Herman Santiago ex of Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, received an estimated $4 million in back payments from the song 'Why Do Fools Fall In Love'. 1995 - Alan Hull English singer-songwriter and founding member of folk rock band, Lindisfarne Alan Hull died of a heart attack aged 50 whilst working on a new album, Statues & Liberties. After his death, Hull's ashes were scattered at the mouth of the River Tyne. Lindisfarne scored the 1972 UK No.3 single 'Lady Eleanor', 'Fog on the Tyne' and 'Run for Home'. On 19 July 2012, following a public campaign an Alan Hull memorial plaque was unveiled on the front of Newcastle City Hall, at a ceremony attended by hundreds of fans. 1996 - Spice Girls The Spice Girls were at No.1 on the UK album chart with their debut release 'Spice Girls.' Five singles were released from the album: 'Wannabe', 'Say You'll Be There', '2 Become 1', 'Who Do You Think You Are' and 'Mama'. The first single, 'Wannabe', went to No.1 in 31 countries, and the next two singles, 'Say You'll Be There' and '2 Become 1', the top of the charts in 53 countries. 2000 - Andy White It was reported that Andy White who played drums on The Beatles track 'Love Me Do' which was featured on the new Beatles Greatest Hits album would not earn enough from it to buy his own copy. White would get no more than his original session fee of £7. 2003 - Arthur Conley American soul singer Arthur Conley died of intestinal cancer in Ruurlo, The Netherlands at the age of 57. Had the 1967 US No.2 & UK No.7 single 'Sweet Soul Music'. He first recorded in 1959 as the lead singer of Arthur & the Corvets. 2003 - Don Gibson American country music legend Don Gibson died of natural causes aged 75. Scored the 1958 US No.7 single 'Oh Lonesome Me', (covered by Neil Young on his After The Gold Rush album), 1961 UK No.14 single 'Sea Of Heartbreak'. His song ‘I Can't Stop Loving You’, has been recorded by over 700 artists, most notably by Ray Charles in 1962. 2003 - Britney Spears 21 year-old Britney Spears became the youngest singer to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The only other performer to get a Hollywood star at her age was Little House on the Prairie actress Melissa Gilbert. 2003 - George Michael George Michael signed a new contract with the record company he took to court in 1993. The singer re-signed to Sony in a deal that included his extensive back catalogue. Michael had failed in his court wrangle with Sony after accusing it of "professional slavery"; his contract was bought out by Virgin Records. 2007 - Eagles The Eagles were at No.1 on the US album chart with ‘Long Road Out Of Eden’ the bands seventh studio album and first since 1979. 2010 - Patti Smith Patti Smith won the National Book Award for her memoir 'Just Kids'. 2011 - Bonnie Pointer Sheriff's deputies in South Los Angeles charged 61-year-old Bonnie Pointer of The Pointer Sisters for possessing rock cocaine after the car she was driving in was pulled over for a mechanical malfunction. 2014 - Jimmy Ruffin American soul singer Jimmy Ruffin died aged 78. Ruffin who was the elder brother of David Ruffin of the Temptations had the 1974 UK No.4 single 'What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted'. In 1980, Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees produced his album Sunrise and the hit single 'Hold On To My Love', reached No.10 in the US and No.7 in the UK. 2016 - Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel launched The Voice Project - the "Imprisoned For Art" campaign, an effort to free prisoners around the world that had been sent to jail for opposing their governments. End of post 1 of 2.
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@ChloeElizabeth great to meet you, I also love a great variety of music, including Celtic, Jazz, pretty much everything except for Rap. We have a daily post called GSOTD (Genre Songs Of The Day) you are more than welcome to add to that list, just click on the reply and post your choice of genre song for that day, and I will add it to the GSOTD playlist I created. I created it just for this purpose, so all who want to listen to it can. Songs are added to this playlist daily. Well it was great to meet you. Have a great day, take care and stay safe.
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@websta , perhaps the only way you could get around this, would be to make your own Christmas traditional playlist. I am not sure of any other way, it is perhaps your only other option. I wish you the best, have a great Tuesday, take care and stay safe.
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@Blueryan these are titles given by Pandora, I believe they are titles given by the amount of time you have compiled up as a Pandora listener. Amount of time you have in the community responding to posts, creating your own post, interacting with others in the community. Amount of time you have listening to Podcasts, so on and so forth. I believe that is where our titles come from. However, you can reach out to one of Pandora's Moderator's they will have your true answer. @AdamPandora , @TannerPandora , @ErickPandora , and @AlyssaPandora , just click on one of the name links and they will be more than happy to answer any ?'s you have. Have a great day, take care and stay safe.
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Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Tuesday. Enjoy the tunes.
Pop: Then He Kissed Me by the Crystals. https://pandora.app.link/m2Ti6auyubb
"Then He Kissed Me" is a song written by Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry. The song, produced by Spector, was initially released as a single on Philles Records (#115) in July 1963 by The Crystals. The lyrics are a narrative of a young woman's encounter, romance, and eventual engagement with a fellow youth.
Country Rock: Hey, Hey, Hey, What Can I Do by Led Zeppelin. https://pandora.app.link/79v9TxIyubb
It is the only non-album track the band released before their 1980 breakup, appearing on the Atlantic Records compilation album The New Age of Atlantic, released in 1972. The song was first released on CD in September, 1990, on the Led Zeppelin Boxed Set collection. In 1992, as a 20th-anniversary release, "Immigrant Song"/"Hey, Hey What Can I Do" was released as a "vinyl replica" CD single. In 1993.
Rock: Don't Bring Me Down by Electric Light Orchestra. https://pandora.app.link/OFcgdb9yubb
The song was dedicated to the NASA Skylab space station, which re-entered the Earth's atmosphere and burned up over the Indian Ocean and Western Australia on 11 July 1979. On 4 November 2007, Lynne was awarded a BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc) Million-Air certificate for "Don't Bring Me Down" for the song having reached two million airplays.
Argentinian: If This Is Love by Ruth B. https://pandora.app.link/rYdJRszzubb
Ruth Berhe (born July 2, 1995), better known by her stage name Ruth B., is a Canadian singer and songwriter from Edmonton, Alberta. She started by singing songs on Vine in early 2013. In November 2015, she released her debut EP, The Intro. On May 5, 2017, she released her first album, Safe Haven.
Singer Songwriter: I Get To Love You by Ruelle. https://pandora.app.link/zj85J7XAubb
“I Get to Love You” is a song penned by Ruelle (Maggie Eckford) as a surprise for her husband, to play for their first dance at their wedding. Eckford explained the story behind the title in a tweet: The words “I Get to Love You” are an honest reflection of how I feel about Jess [her husband].
Until tomorrow take care and stay safe.
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Post 2 of 2: Born On This Day In The Music World. 1916 - Herb Abramson Herb Abramson, producer, songwriter and co-founder of Atlantic records. He produced Tommy Tucker's 1964 hit 'High Heeled Sneakers.' Abramson died on 9th November 1999. 1938 - Troy Seals Troy Seals, James Brown Band, (1966 US No.8 and UK No.13 single 'It's A Man's World', 1986 UK No.5 single 'Living In America', 1963 album 'Live At The Apollo'). 1943 - Winfred Lovett Winfred Lovett, vocals, The Manhattans, (1976 US No.1 & UK No.4 single 'Kiss And Say Goodbye'). 1945 - Paul Raymond English keyboardist and guitarist Paul Raymond. He joined Plastic Penny in the early 60s as their keyboardist, vocalist, and replaced Christine McVie in British blues band Chicken Shack. He first joined UFO in 1976 and played with the band during four different stints, he was a regular in the UFO lineup since 2003. Raymond had also worked with Michael Schenker in MSG. He died on 13 April 2019 age 73. 1962 - Gary Mounfield Gary 'Mani' Mounfield, English rock bassist, best known for being a member of the Stone Roses (playing on both of the band's albums) and Primal Scream. Mounfield has a guest role in the movie 24 Hour Party People (2002). 1964 - Diana Krall Diana Krall, Canadian singer, songwriter. Krall has become one of the best selling jazz artists of all-time. Nominated for Album of the Year at the 2000 Grammy. Won three Juno awards in 2002, Artist of the Year, Album of the Year and Best Vocal Jazz Album of the Year. 1966 - Dave Kushner Dave Kushner, American musician best known as the rhythm guitarist for Velvet Revolver. Kushner has also been a member of Wasted Youth, Electric Love Hogs, Loaded, Danzig, Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro's solo band Sugartooth. 1969 - Bryan Abrams Bryan Abrams, from American R&B group Color Me Badd who had the 1991 UK No.1 single 'I Wanna Sex You Up', and the 1991 US No.1 single 'I Adore Mi Amor'. 1970 - Logan Mader Logan Mader, guitarist in melodic death metal band Once Human, as well as former lead guitarist in Machine Head. Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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Sorry for the late post, here is "This Day In Music History" for this Monday. Post 1 of 2: 1960 - Patsy Cline Patsy Cline recorded 'I Fall to Pieces' which the following year became Cline's first No.1 hit on the Country charts, and her second hit single to cross over onto the Pop charts. It was the first of a string of songs that would be written by Hank Cochran and Harlan Howard. The song was ranked at No.7 on CMT's television special of the 100 Greatest Songs in Country Music. 1962 - The Beatles The Beatles recorded their second appearance on Radio Luxembourg, for the program The Friday Spectacular. The Beatles were interviewed and then they played in front of a live audience both sides of their latest single, 'Love Me Do' and 'P.S. I Love You'. 1963 - Nino Tempo Nino Tempo and April Stevens went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Deep Purple', it made No.17 in the UK. 1968 - Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin played their first ever show in the North of England when they appeared at Manchester College of Science & Technology. Zeppelin were paid £225 for the gig. 1968 - Jimi Hendrix The Jimi Hendrix Experience went to No.1 on the US album chart with their third and final studio album Electric Ladyland. The double album included ‘Crosstown Traffic,’ ‘Voodoo Chile’ and a version of Bob Dylan's ‘All Along the Watchtower’. Hendrix expressed displeasure and embarrassment with this "naked lady" cover which was banned by several record dealers as "pornographic", while others sold it with the gatefold cover turned inside out. 1971 - Frank Zappa Frank Zappa appeared on this week's UK TV music show the 'Old Grey Whistle Test', playing live and showing clips from his '200 Motels' film. 1974 - John Lennon John Lennon was at No.1 in the US singles chart with 'Whatever Gets You Through The Night.' Elton John played on the session and made a deal with Lennon that if the song reached No.1, Lennon would have to appear on stage live with Elton. Lennon kept his side of the deal and appeared live with Elton. They played three songs together: ‘I Saw Her Standing There,’ ‘Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds’ and ‘Whatever Gets You Through the Night.’ Backstage after the concert, Lennon got back with Yoko Ono after a temporary split. 1976 - Brian Wilson Beach Boy Brian Wilson gave his first formal interview for eight years on the UK BBC 2, TV show 'Old Grey Whistle Test.' 1985 - Feargal Sharkey Former Undertones singer Feargal Sharkey had his only UK No.1 single with the Maria McKee song 'A Good Heart' written about her relationship with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers keyboard player Benmont Tench. Sharkey followed up the single with Tench written 'You Little Thief', this time about Tench's relationship with McKee. 1985 - Starship Starship started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'We Built This City', it made No.12 in the UK. 1985 - U2 U2 launched their own record label 'Mother Records.' The intent was 'to unearth fresh musical talent in Ireland' and the label released several one-off single releases for The Hothouse Flowers, In Tua Nua and Cactus World News amongst others. 1987 - Topper Headon Former Clash drummer Topper Headon was jailed for 15 months at Maidstone Crown Court, England for supplying heroin to a man who later died. 1988 - Stephen Love Former Beach Boys manager Stephen Love was sentenced to five years probation for embezzling almost $1m from the group's accounts. 1996 - The Beatles The Beatles 'Anthology 3' went to No.1 on the UK album chart. The album included rarities and alternative tracks from the final two years of the band's career, ranging from the initial sessions for The Beatles (also known as The White Album) to the last sessions for Let It Be and Abbey Road in later 1969 and early 1970. 1999 - Grady Owen Grady Owen guitarist with Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps died. Scored the 1956 US No.7 & UK No.16 single with 'Be Bop A Lula'. During his time with the band, Grady can also be seen playing rhythm guitar with the band in the cult classic film Hot Rod Gang. 2000 - Elton John Elton John told a London High Court that his former lover and manager John Reid betrayed him over touring costs. The singer said Reid, had been "caught with his hands in the till". Elton was suing Andrew Haydon, former managing director of John Reid Enterprises, his management company alleging Haydon was negligent in allowing JREL to charge him "several millions" in overseas tour expenses. 2000 - Joseph Calleja American rapper Joseph Calleja died of chronic intestinal disorder. Calleja had celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that can cause stunted growth, as a result, he reached a maximum height of 3 feet, 9 inches (114 centimeters) by adulthood. He was a member of Kid Rock's band. 2002 - The Rolling Stones Texan multi-billionaire David Bonderman hired The Rolling Stones to play at his 60th birthday party held at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. The bands fee was £4.4m. 2006 - Queen Queen's ‘Greatest Hits’ album was declared the Best Selling UK album of all time by The Official UK Charts Company. The chart which was made up of sales figures from the last fifty years showed their Greatest Hits compilation had sold 5,407,587 copies. The Beatles occupied second place with Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band. 2010 - The Beatles The Beatles back catalogue was finally made available on iTunes, after years of negotiations. For the first time consumers would now be able to purchase some of the Fab Four's most popular songs via the store. Apple and record label EMI had been in talks for years about getting the catalogue online. Apple chief executive and Beatles fan Steve Jobs said it had "been a long and winding road to get here. We love the Beatles and are honoured and thrilled to welcome them to iTunes." 2014 - U2 U2 singer Bono was involved in what doctors called a "high energy bicycle accident." The singer was rushed to New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center's emergency department and underwent five hours of surgery. The injury forced the group to postpone a planned weeklong residency on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. 2018 - Scott English American songwriter Scott English died age 81, due to complications of hip surgery. He is best known as the co-writer of 'Brandy' which he wrote with Richard Kerr. This song became a No. 1 hit for Barry Manilow in 1974. He also wrote 'Bend Me, Shape Me', a US hit for The American Breed and a UK hit for Amen Corner. End of post 1 of 2.
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Here are my choices for GSOTD for this Monday, enjoy the tunes.
Rhythm & Blues: Rise Up by Andra Day. https://pandora.app.link/YjQ62qnmtbb, Andra Day is an American singer, songwriter and actress from San Diego, California. Her debut album, Cheers to the Fall, was released in 2015 and peaked at number 48 on the US Billboard 200 chart. At the 2016 Grammy Awards, the album was nominated for Best R&B Album and the album's main single, "Rise Up", was nominated for Best R&B Performance. Day also appeared alongside Stevie Wonder, who is partially credited for her discovery.
Pop: Mercy by Duffy. https://pandora.app.link/zq0D9ZwmtbbDuffy told the Daily Mail that this retro-soul song, "is about the way my heart rate increases whenever I leave Wales to go to London." (Source Mercy Song facts). In Feb 2008 'Mercy' stormed to the top spot of the UK charts on download sales alone.
Soul: Fallin' by Alicia Keys. https://pandora.app.link/Bohl4AHmtbb
“Fallin” is the successful lead single from Alicia Key’s debut studio album Songs in A Minor. The single gained worldwide success, earning Key’s three Grammy Awards out of 4 nominated, number 1 record on the US Billboard Hot 100 and being praised as the 29th most successful song of the early 2000s.
Rock: Even Flow by Pearl Jam. https://pandora.app.link/FJt6OeXmtbb
"Even Flow" is a song by the American rock band Pearl Jam. Featuring lyrics written by vocalist Eddie Vedder and music written by guitarist Stone Gossard, "Even Flow" was released in 1992 as the second single from the band's debut album, Ten. The song peaked at number three on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The song was included on Pearl Jam's 2004 greatest hits album, rearview mirror. A remixed version of the song was included on the 2009 Ten reissue.
Gospel/Christian: It Is Well by Lauren Daigle. https://pandora.app.link/BU7ghWlntbb
The Lyrics for It Is Well by Lauren Daigle have been translated into 7 languages.
Until tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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@OG-SAMI here are my 4 best playlists that I will share with you. Higher rating or not, enjoy the tunes. the first image and link is my personal playlist. https://pandora.app.link/gb7WSmrltbb , The second image and link is my All Women's playlist, https://pandora.app.link/IRxp12Bltbb , The third image and link is my Work playlist, https://pandora.app.link/SWVFKVFltbb , My fourth image and link is called GSOTD (Genre Songs Of The Day) playlist, https://pandora.app.link/XEHvVwMltbb , enjoy the tunes. Take care and stay safe.
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