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9 Jun 2010, 8:32 de JJMCSPoohI included my personal favorite New Jack Swing-era song next to each act. Link to the list here: http://www.njs4ever.com/index.cfm/pageId/31
First Wave of New Jack Swing: 1987-1989
* Abstrac' ~ "Right and Hype"
* A.C. Kelly ~ "She's A Slammer"
* Al B. Sure! ~ "Missunderstanding (Remix)"
* Alton "Wokie" Stewart ~ "She's So Cold"
* Alyson Williams ~ "Sleep Talk"
* Babyface ~ "Give U My Heart"
* Big Daddy Kane ~ "I Get the Job Done"
* The Black Flames ~ "Dance With Me"
* Bobby Brown ~ "Every Little Step"
* The Boys ~ "Crazy"
* Chuckii Booker ~ "Turned Away"
* Déjà ~ "Made To Be Together"
* Don Newkirk ~ "I Desire"
* Entouch ~ "All Nite"
* Force M.D.'s ~ "Tender Love"
* Foster & McElroy ~ Dr. Soul"
5 May 2010, 19:32 de mumbles3030Free download here.
01. Yoko Ono - Give Me Something (Junior Boys Remix)
02. Jaga Jazzist - 220 V / Spektral (Final Mix)
03. Holy Ghost! - On Board (Friendly Fires cover)
04. Yam Who? - Wax the Van (Ilija Rudman Remix)
05. The Juan Maclean - One Day Lazaro Casanova Haunted Dub)
06. KiNK - Bitter Sweet
07. Flight Facilities - Crave You (Version 2)
08. We Have Band - Divisive (Carl Craig Remix)
09. Crystal Castles - Celestica
10. B.R.U.C.E. - The Wallet (Tom Trago's Souljack Remix)
11. MyKill - Flashback
12. Treasure Fingers - What Am I Supposed To Do
13. Jeff Doubleu - African Drum (Nat Self Remix)
14. Sepalot - Go Get It (LAZRtag Remix)
15. Ray Mang - Lose My Mind (f. Lady Miss Kier)
16. Sonny Fodera - Lose My Mind
17. Radioclit - Secousse (Round Table Knights Remix)
18. Norrit - Nobody Baby
19. Nacey - Work For This (Gavin Holland Remix)
20. Scuba - On Deck
21. Todd Edwards - I Might Be (MJ Cole Remix)
22. Pariah - Orpheus
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21 Nov 2009, 2:19 de CatchaVibeMaxwell
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30 Abr 2009, 5:27 de JJMCSPoohI actually took the top 50 questionaire and just repeated the questions over again. I also went to random.org to mix up the order differently from last time. I did all this cuz I was bored lol.
1. How did you get into 100? [Elton John] Through The Lion King, which is my favorite film of all time!
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 99? [Miriam Makeba] "Amampondo" because that's the first track on Welela.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 17? [LL Cool J] "Forget Oreos, eat Cool J cookies!" followed closely by "I'll crush you like a jellybean." Basically "I'm Bad" contains my favorite lyrics from him.
4. How did you get into 90? [Mya] Saw her on TV. By the time I saw "Fallen," I had the hugest crush on her!
5. How many albums by 77 do you own? [Soul For Real] 1.
6. What is your favorite song by 49? [Billy Joel] Other than "Why Should I Worry" from Oliver & Company (I'm a Disney fanatic if you can't tell lol), "River of Dreams."
22 Feb 2009, 13:38 de aryanmehrThis is a list of musical bands, groups and artists featured on MTV Unplugged shows. The list includes the performance place and date: (MTV Unplagged Albums)
Squeeze, Syd Straw and Elliot Easton - National Video Center, NYC, October 31, 1989The Smithereens and Graham Parker - National Video Center, NYC, December 13, 198910,000 Maniacs and Michael Penn - National Video Center, NYC, December 13, 1989The Alarm and Nuclear Valdez - National Video Center, NYC, December 14, 1989Joe Walsh and Dr. John - National Video Center, NYC, December 14, 1989
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Joe Satriani - National Video Center, NYC, January 30, 1990Michelle Shocked and Indigo Girls - National Video Center, NYC, January 30, 1990Sinéad O'Connor and The Church - National Video Center, NYC, January 30, 1990Don Henley - Hollywood Center Studios, Los Angeles, March 30th 1990Great White and Damn Yankees - Hollywood Center Studios, Los Angeles, March 30th 1990Crowded House and Tim Finn - Hollywood Center Studios…
3 Ene 2009, 20:14 de neeshThese albums have shaped me into the wide-ranged aficionado I am today. I grew up in a household with my ma who came to the US from the Caribbean as a young woman in the late 60's (she's a fan of Elvis Presley and the Golden Oldies as well as Hindi/Bollywood tunes in addition to Trinidadian music, Norah Jones and appreciates anyone who's "got pipes on 'em") and two much older siblings. My brother was a house/club DJ so that shit was bumping constantly and is embedded in my brain. My sister was into R&B like Tevin Campbell, Jodeci and whatnot yet also smooth jazz. I was all about solo chick singers, Disney tunes, Show Tunes, Carnival music, salsa, merengue and dance hits from all eras (especially disco and club remixes of pop hits) until the fifth grade when I got my hands on Tragic Kingdom and Razorblade Suitcase. Thus began my foray into alternative rock, interrupted only for a brief moment when I became Bad Boy records obsessed as a tween. I first heard ... …