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The Philadelphia group was among Gamble & Huff”s earliest protÃ©gÃ©s; the song features Leon Huff as well as Thom Bell on keyboards.
Some of the names are well-known, and a few still at the beginning of great things, such as Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin and Eddie Holland, who”d have much bigger success as a songwriter and producer at Motown, on which his Leaving Here appeared. Among them are The Sapphires, whose debut single Where Is Johnny Now is a firm favourite of mine. Gladys Knight and The Pips – Letter Full of Tears 8.
Since 1982, Crunchy’s has been an East Lansing staple, serving up the best burgers, pizza, and of course 27 handles of your favorite craft beer.
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Though Gretchen Wilson had a hit with Redneck Woman, these barroom chicks aren’t going to threaten the autotuned country-pop brigade, but singers like Wilson and Miranda Lambert help ensure that their genre will survive the inevitable collapse of corporate country and help rebuild it “” much as the Outlaws did in the 1970s and Strait and Skragg in the 1980s. Alison Krauss & Union Station – So Long, So Wrong 8.
Serving as an antidote to the smooth pop puppetry, some female singers made an impression with a “don’t-fuck-with-with-me-mister” attitude. Wells introduced feminist themes into country long before that was regarded as ordinary and articulated a female self-confidence that would become characteristic of many women who succeeded her.
1982 was the year Argentina and Britain fought a war over the Falklands/Mavinas. Others are lesser known, or album tracks or b-sides ““ but all, in my opinion, great songs. It sounded so soulfully raw that Rubin used that approach for a series of critically acclaimed albums, still releasing material after Cash”s death in 2004. So it seems essential to also cover the 1960s ““ for many people the golden age of soul. Some of them are classics, such as I”m Blue, It”s Raining, Ya Ya, Monkey Time or Fingertips (represented here in its full version). Backed only by his guitar, Cash recorded a few demo songs in his lounge. Jewel steps up with an impressively country vocal on “Blue Christmas” and Kathy Mattea offers a rollicking version of “Oh Come All Ye Faithful.” #22 John Denver and the Muppets, I grew up with this album.
On the strength of nostalgia, I’d put it at the top of this list, but for the sake of being reasonable, I’ll settle for this ranking. #21 John Cowan, is a new release, but its acoustic production and Cowan’s clear voice is instantly appealing.
Discovered in New York by James Brown (who doesn”t like his music to be featured on blogs, hence his absence), she had a couple of hits, including a Top 40 hit in the UK in 1964 which The Beatles liked so much that they later signed her to the Apple label.