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Smooth-E ambushes the OctoHome to prove he is the REAL OctoDad. Directed by Snehal Patel for ******* Comedian Eric Schwartz aka Smooth-E has become a regular on the front pages of YouTube and Myspace with hits like "Crank That Kosha Boy," "A Milli Vanilli" and "Lean Like a Gringo." One of the nation's hottest rising stand-up headliners, Eric Schwartz aka Smooth-E and his music have appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," BET's "Comic View," Showtime's "White Boyz in the Hood," Mun2, SiTV and more. Radio jocks across the country regularly incorporate Smooth-E into their shows, including Rick Dees (Weekly Top 40), Shorty and the Boyz (95.7 The Vibe, Kansas City), Keith Brooks (100.5 The Zone, Sacramento) and AJ's Playhouse (Channel 933, San Diego).
18 Mar 2009
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I used to listen this song as my lullaby every night hehehe!!.. The Bells were a Canadian rock band from Montreal that had two notable hit singles in the early 1970s. Featuring South African natives, Anne and Jackie Ralph as well as Cliff Edwards, Doug Gravelle and Gordie McLeod, the group started in 1965 as the Five Bells. White Dove was followed up in 1971 by Stay Awhile, a duet featuring Ralph and Edwards. Written by Saint John native Ken Tobias, the song became a major hit worldwide, selling four million copies and became their only Top 40 hit in the US reaching #7 on Billboard. The song features a charming whispered vocal by Jackie Ralph...pls enjoy!!!
21 Mar 2009
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Sheena Shirley Orr, better known by her stage name, Sheena Easton (born April 27, 1959) is a Scottish singer and actress. Easton became famous for being the focus of an episode in the United Kingdom television program The Big Time, which recorded her attempts to gain a record contract, and got her a deal with EMI. Easton is the only UK female artist to have two singles ("9 to 5" known as "Morning Train" in the US and "Modern Girl") in the UK top 10 at the same time since 1959. In the UK Sheena Easton has earned eight top 40 hits and three top 40 albums to date. Easton is a two-time Grammy Award winner and has sold over 4 million albums in the US alone, and 20 million records worldwide. She has recorded 16 studio albums, released 23 singles, and has 15 Top 40 hits on the US Billboard Hot 100. Sheena Easton is the only artist in the history of the US Billboard charts to have a top 3 hit on each of the Billboards key charts: Adult Contemporary, Dance, Pop, Country, and R&B...pls enjoy...!!!
11 Apr 2009
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"Before the Next Teardrop Falls" is an American country and pop song written by Vivian Keith and Ben Peters, and most famously recorded by Freddy Fender. The song was written in the late 1960s and had been recorded more than two dozen times. At best, the song had achieved modest success by other performers. In 1974, record producer Huey Meaux approached Fender about overdubbing vocals for an instrumental track. Fender agreed, performing the song bi-lingual style — singing the first verse in English, then repeating the verse in Spanish. "The recording only took a few minutes," Fender once told an interviewer. "I was glad to get it over with and I thought that would be the last of it." However, "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" immediately took off in popularity when released to country radio in January 1975. The song ascended to No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in March, spending two weeks atop the chart. Thereafter, the song caught on just as strongly at Top 40 radio stations, and it wasn't long before Fender had a No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit as well. The song is about a man's undaunted determination to save his heart for the just-departed object of his deep (but unrequited) love, and sincere hope that should the woman's new relationship not work out, she will remember his love and return to him. A showcase of Fender's fluttering tenor and Meaux's Tex-Mex musical styling, "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" jump-started his career. (Fender's career had stalled in 1960 after his arrest on drug charges. In the months and years that followed, Fender recorded several bi-lingual standards which became major hits, most notably "Secret Love."...pls. enjoy!!!
13 Mar 2011
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"Bluer Than Blue" is the title of a 1978 pop ballad by American singer-songwriter Michael Johnson. The song was written by noted pop and country music songwriter Randy Goodrum. Taken as the first single from Johnson's subsequent LP, The Michael Johnson Album, "Bluer Than Blue" became the singer's first Top 40 hit, reaching #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart during the summer of 1978. It proved even more popular with adult contemporary radio stations, spending three weeks at #1 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart that same year.[1] To date, this is Johnson's highest-charting single on either the Pop or AC charts; however, he has scored a number of hits on the country chart in the time since releasing "Bluer Than Blue". The song also earned Johnson a Grammy nomination at the 21st annual Grammy Awards, which were held in February of 1979. The song is sung from the point of view of a man who is in a relationship that is failing, and because of this he is trying to convince himself that his situation will improve once the one he loved moves on or left with the lyrics written as: After you go, I can catch up on my reading / After you go, I have a lot more time sleeping in the 1st verse; then in 2nd verse as After you go, I have more room in my closet / After you go, I can stay out all night long if I feel like; however, it is evident by the lyrics to the song that his efforts are thus far unable to erase his sadness: But I'm bluer than blue, sadder than sad / You're the only light this empty room has ever had / Life without you is gonna be / Bluer than blue. The single received generally favorable reviews at the time of its release. Cashbox Magazine described Johnson's work as "full of touching ballads with all the right production touches, subtle instrumentation and poignant vocals necessary to keep the tenderness from becoming insipid." The song has become a well-known American 1970s soft rock single that continues to be played on radio stations to this day. The video for the song was played on MTV during the 2nd hour on August 1,1981 which became the 18th video played on the channel...pls enjoy!!!
29 Apr 2009
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"Love Story" is a song by American country music-pop music artist Taylor Swift. It is the first single from her second studio album, 2008's Fearless. The song was released in September 2008, and by November it reached the top of the Billboard country chart for two weeks, becoming her third Billboard Number One. It also became her first top five hit on the Billboard Hot 100. As with most of the songs on Fearless, Swift wrote "Love Story" herself. "Love Story" is Swift's first international single, venturing into other markets outside North America and Australia. The single is also Swift's first to receive remixes for the clubs. As of the week ending February 8, 2009, "Love Story" has been downloaded more than 2.64 million times, making it the most downloaded country song in history, it should be noted, however, that the majority of the downloads were of the pop remix of the song. In addition, "Love Story" became the first country crossover recording to hit number one on the Nielsen BDS CHR/Top 40 chart. "Love Story" is now considered Swift's signature song...pls. enjoy!!!
1 Aug 2009
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20 May 2009
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A rare love song... Charly McClain (born Charlotte Denise McClain on March 26, 1956, in Memphis, Tennessee, United States) is an American country music singer, best-known for series of Country hits during the 1980s. McClain's biggest hits include "Who's Cheatin' Who," "Sleeping With the Radio On," and "Radio Heart." Wayne Massey (born Donald Wayne Massey in Glendale, California) is an American country music artist and actor. He is best known for playing the role of country music superstar Johnny Drummond on the American daytime soap opera One Life to Live from 1980 to 1984. Massey is also known for marrying country music singer Charly McClain, with whom he charted four duets between 1985 and 1986. He released ten singles of his own, but never reached the Top 40 alone...pls. enjoy!!!
24 May 2009
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“Best Of Both Worlds [Jaz Remix]” is the first single off of DJ Jaz’s debut still untitled album. It is also her debut single. “Best Of Both Worlds [Jaz Remix]” was recorded on April 10, 2009, the same day DJ Jaz was signed by Party Records. It was first planned to be released in late April 2009 but the date was later pushed back due to Party Records’ packed promotion for DJ Party Slayer’s third album “I’m World War III” and its singles. The promotional video for the single was posted on the official Party World YouTube channel on May 19, 2009, the same day of its release. Chart Success: 58.62%; 425/725 Charts (2009) Peak position Party World Top 20 Remixes Charts 18 Party World Bubbling Under Top 100 Charts 3 Party World Top 100 Singles Charts 89 Party World Top 100 International Singles 81 Party World Top 40 Kids Charts 2 Party World Tweens Top 100 Singles Charts 5 Party World Teens Top 100 Singles Charts 49 Party World Bubblegum Top 100 Singles Charts 7 Party World Top 100 Digital Songs 17 Party World Top 40 Videos 29 ----------------------------------------------------------- Party Records 2009.
23 Jun 2009
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Neil Sedaka (born March 13, 1939 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American pop singer, pianist, and songwriter often associated with the Brill Building. He teamed up with Howard Greenfield to write hits for himself and others. Sedaka's voice is an unusually high tenor. In 1980, Neil Sedaka had a Top 20 hit with "Should've Never Let You Go," which he recorded with his daughter, Dara Sedaka. Sedaka was born in Brooklyn, New York on 13 March 1939. His father, Mac Sedaka, a taxi driver, was the son of Turkish-Jewish immigrants; his mother, Eleanor (Appel) Sedaka, was of Polish-Russian Jewish descent. He demonstrated musical aptitude in his second-grade choral class, and when his teacher sent a note home suggesting he take piano lessons, his mother took a part-time job in an Abraham & Straus department store for six months to pay for a second-hand upright. He took to the instrument immediately. In 1947, he auditioned successfully for a piano scholarship to the Juilliard School of Music's Preparatory Division for Children, which he attended on Saturdays. He also maintained an interest in popular music, and when he was 13, a neighbor heard him playing and introduced him to her 16-year-old son, Howard Greenfield, an aspiring poet and lyricist. The two began writing together. The best-known Billboard Hot 100 hits of his early career are "The Diary" (#14, 1958), a song that he offered to Little Anthony and the Imperials; "Oh! Carol" (#9, 1959); "You Mean Everything to Me" (#17, 1960); "Calendar Girl" (#4, 1960); "Stairway to Heaven" (#9, 1960); "Run Samson Run" (top 30, 1960); "Little Devil" (#11, 1961); "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen" (#6, 1961); "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" (#1, 1962); and "Next Door To An Angel" (#5, 1962). "Oh! Carol" refers to Sedaka's Brill Building compatriot and former girlfriend Carole King. King responded with her answer song, "Oh, Neil", which used Sedaka's full name. A Scopitone exists for "Calendar Girl". Sedaka wrote another hit, "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen", for his then close friend Annette Funicello.[citation needed] In 1961 Sedaka began to record some of his hits in Italian. At first he published Esagerata and Un giorno inutile, local versions of "Little Devil" and "I Must Be Dreaming". Neil Sedaka in the 1960s.A similar sharing came earlier with Sedaka and singer Connie Francis. As Francis explains at her concerts, she began searching for a new hit after her 1958 single "Who's Sorry Now?". She was introduced to Sedaka and Howard Greenfield, who played every ballad they had written for her. Francis began writing her diary while the two played the last of their songs. After they finished, Francis told them they wrote beautiful ballads but that they were too intellectual for the young generation. Greenfield suggested to Sedaka a song they had written that morning for a girl group. Sedaka protested, believing Francis would be insulted, but agreed to play "Stupid Cupid". Francis told them they had just played her new hit. Francis' song reached #14 on the Billboard charts. While Francis was writing her diary, Sedaka asked her if he could read what she had written. After she refused, Sedaka was inspired to write "The Diary", his first hit single. Sedaka and Greenfield wrote many of Connie Francis' hits such as "Fallin" and "Where the Boys Are". Between 1960 and 1962, Sedaka had eight Top 40 hits, but he was one of many American performers of the era whose popularity was decimated by the British Invasion and other changes. His commercial success declined rapidly after 1964: he scored only two minor hits in 1965; none of his 1966 singles charted; and when his RCA contract ended in 1967, it was not renewed, and he was left without a record label. Although Sedaka's stature as a recording artist was at a low ebb in the late sixties, he was able to maintain his career through songwriting. Thanks to the fact that his publisher, Aldon Music, was acquired by Screen Gems, two of his songs were recorded by The Monkees, and other hits in this period written by Sedaka included The Cyrkle's version of "We Had a Good Thing Goin'" and "Workin' on a Groovy Thing", a Top 40 R&B hit for Patti Drew in 1968 and a US Top 20 hit for The 5th Dimension in 1969. Also, "Make the Music Play" was included on Frankie Valli's charting album Timeless. On an episode of the quiz show I've Got a Secret in 1965, Sedaka's secret was that he was to represent the United States in classical piano at the Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow, and he played "Fantasy Impromptu" on the show. Panelist Henry Morgan made a point that the Russians, at least older ones, hated rock and roll. Sedaka's participation in the competition, which Van Cliburn had won in 1958, was cancelled by the USSR because of Sedaka's rock and roll connection. .pls. enjoy!!!
13 Sep 2010
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Oi Mush (The Mosh Song) was written by Paul Allen and Peter King. Sunday 13th September - Saturday 20th September 2009 is Oi Mush week! This song will be available to buy as a digital download only from Itunes, Amazon mp3 and others If enough of us buy it during that week, it'll hit the Top 40! Help spread the word! See www***smoguitar**** Thanks to: Lucie Jade (director), Pring (equipment and guidance), Will Hart (stunt double), Annette (costumes), Bruno and all of you who came down to Bute Park in Cardiff to star in this video!!
3 Aug 2009
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15 Sep 2009
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Dave Pee Wee Herman top 40 world ranking heavywieght MMA Fighter. Talking about our Dental Office. www.hendersonvillefamilydentistry**** 615-822-8262. Dr. Scott Harbin Hendersonville tn dentist.
2 Oct 2009
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9 Oct 2009
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"Hello Stranger" was a 1963 hit single by Barbara Lewis which spent two weeks at number one on the R&B singles chart in Billboard crossing over to #3 Pop. "Hello Stranger" was written by Barbara Lewis herself who was originally inspired to write a song with that title while working gigs in Detroit with her musician father: “I would make the circuit with my dad and people would yell out: ‘Hey stranger, hello stranger, it’s been a long time’". Lewis recorded "Hello Stranger" at Chess Studios in Chicago in January 1963. The track's producer Ollie McLaughlin recruited the Dells to provide the background vocals. The arrangement by Riley Hampton - then working with Etta James - featured a signature organ riff provided by keyboardist John Young. The track was completed after thirteen takes. Lewis would recall that on hearing the playback of the finished track, Dells member Chuck Barksdale "kept jumping up and down and saying, ‘It’s a hit, it’s a hit.’...I didn’t really know. It was all new to me.” "Hello Stranger" was remade in 1966 by the Capitols again with Ollie McLaughlin producing (McLaughlin recorded the Capitols on his Karen label after hearing the group perform at a local dance headlined by Barbara Lewis). "Hello Stranger" was also a 1969 single release by Darius before returning to the charts in 1973 when it became a regional hit for Fire & Rain. Fire & Rain were a folk rock duo comprising veteran Tucson musician Manny Freiser and Patti McCarron, Freiser's then-wife who sang lead; their version, which featured Michael Omartian on keyboards, was arranged by Ben Benay who also played guitar. Benay had also been guitarist on the version of "Hello Stranger" by Darius. The Supremes and The Four Tops recorded a duet version of the song in 1971 for their third duet album Dynamite!. Manny Freiser would recall: "Mercury [Records] released "Hello Stranger" as a single against our wishes. It became a legitimate hit at easy listening radio...Mercury then tried to cross it over to Top-40 radio...We started picking up major markets, mostly in the southeast...The single precariously "bubbled under the Hot 100" on Billboard's charts in spring '73: #106 one week, #105 the next, and so on" entering the Billboard Hot 100 that June at #100 where it remained for three weeks and then dropped off the charts. Freiser - "Although it had sold 70,000+ copies, 'Hello Stranger' had basically been a 'turntable hit' at Top 40 radio -- one that got played alot [sic], but didn't break. It thus became Billboard Magazine's lowest-ranked Hot 100 single of 1973, ranking #573 out of 573 singles that made the Hot 100." The most successful incarnation of "Hello Stranger" since the Lewis original has been the 1977 Yvonne Elliman version produced by Freddie Perren; both Elliman and Perren deliberately sought to capture the sound of the original and the resultant track reached the US Top 20. Elliman's version also charted R&B at #57 and was most successful on the Easy Listening chart where it was #1 for four weeks. In the UK Elliman's version was less successful reaching #26. "Hello Stranger" did not have the cachet of being the remake of a "golden oldie" in the UK as the Barbara Lewis original was overlooked in its 1963 UK release on London Records and although Elkie Brooks' first single, released in 1964, had featured a version of "Hello Stranger" that single's A-side had been Brooks' cover of another US R&B hit: Etta James' "Something's Got a Hold on Me" (not a chart item for Brooks). In 1985 Carrie Lucas' remake of "Hello Stranger" - which featured the Whispers - was a Top 20 R&B hit and in 2004 Queen Latifah remade "Hello Stranger" for her The Dana Owens Album. Other versions of the song have been recorded by Martha Reeves and the Vandellas for the Heat Wave.
4 Nov 2009
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Requested by my very good friend here in YT... Docdoc aka DrChefPayatas... You can access his delicious channel by clicking this link... ***********/user/DrChefPayatas 20:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC)20:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC)20:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC)20:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC)20:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC)20:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC)20:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC)20:24, 3 November 2009 (UTC) With their heavily orchestrated, sweet ballads, the Australian soft rock group Air Supply became a staple of early-'80s radio, scoring a string of seven straight Top Five singles. Air Supply, for most intents and purposes, was the duo of vocalists Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell; other members came through the group over the years, yet they only functioned as backing musicians and added little to the group's sound. Hitchcock and Russell met while performing in a Sydney, Australia, production of Jesus Christ Superstar in 1976. The two singers formed a partnership and with the addition of four supporting musicians -- keyboardist Frank Esler-Smith, guitarist David Moyse, bassist David Green, and drummer Ralph Cooper -- Air Supply was born.For several years, the group gained no attention outside of Australia, earning one significant hit single, "Love and Other Bruises." Their first international exposure came in the late '70s, when Rod Stewart had them as his opening act on a North American tour. Air Supply signed a record contract with Arista in 1980, releasing their first album by the end of the year. Lost in Love, their debut, was a major success in the U.S., selling over two million copies and spawning the hit singles "Lost in Love," "All Out of Love," and "Every Woman in the World." The following year they released their second album, The One That You Love. The title track became their only number one hit and it also featured two other Top Ten hits, "Here I Am (Just When I Thought I Was Over You)" and "Sweet Dreams." With their third album, 1982's Now and Forever, their popularity dipped slightly -- it only had one Top Ten hit, "Even the Nights Are Better," and the other two singles, "Young Love" and "Two Less Lonely People in the World," scraped the bottom of the Top 40. Air Supply released a Greatest Hits collection in 1983, featuring a new single, "Making Love Out of Nothing at All." The single spent two weeks at number two while the album peaked at number seven and eventually sold over four million copies. Two years later, they released Air Supply, their fourth album. It featured the number 19 single "Just As I Am," but it was clear that their audience was shrinking -- the album was their first not to go platinum. Hearts in Motion (1986) was even less successful, peaking at number 84 and spending only nine weeks on the charts. After its disappointing performance, Air Supply broke up. Hitchcock and Russell reunited in 1991, releasing Earth Is..., but the album failed to make the charts as did 1993's Vanishing Race and 1995's News From Nowhere. The new millennium marked the band's first studio album in four years, and a summer tour in support of Yours Truly.
22 May 2010
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