Country music

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Willie Nelson and Juice Newton each had two songs in the top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100 in the early eighties: Nelson charted "Always on My Mind" (No. 5, 1982) and "To All the Girls I've Loved Before" (No. 5, 1984, a duet with Julio Iglesias), and Newton achieved success with "Queen of Hearts" (No. 2, 1981) and "Angel of the Morning" (No. 4, 1981).


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The early African American rock musicians retained the sexual themes and innuendos of blues music: "Got a gal named Sue, knows just what to do" ("Tutti Frutti", Little Richard) or "See the girl with the red dress on, She can do the Birdland all night long" ("What'd I Say", Ray Charles). The 12-bar blues structure can be found even in novelty pop songs, such as Bob Dylan's "Obviously Five Believers" and Esther and Abi Ofarim's "Cinderella Rockefella". Early country music was infused with the blues.

George Jones

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"Burn Your Playhouse Down" (with Keith Richards). "A Good Year for the Roses" (with Alan Jackson). "Half A Mind" & "Filipino Baby" (with Ernest Tubb). "I Still Miss Someone", "I Got Stripes" & "I'll Say It's True" (with Johnny Cash). "Walk Through This World with Me" (with Mark Chesnutt). "Wonderful World Outside" & "Window Up Above" (with Ralph Stanley). "Fourth Of July (with Shooter Jennings). "Making Believe" (with Merle Haggard). "Never Bit A Bullet Like This" (with Sammy Kershaw). "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" (with the Staple Singers). "The Window Up Above" (with Leon Russell). "I Gotta Get Drunk" & "Half a Man" (with Willie Nelson). "The Race Is On" (with Travis Tritt).

Norah Jones

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Here We Go Again: Celebrating the Genius of Ray Charles (with Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis) (2011). Rome (with Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi and Jack White) (2011). For the Good Times (The Little Willies) (2012). Foreverly (with Billie Joe Armstrong) (2013). No Fools, No Fun (Puss n Boots) (2014). Fry Street Fire – Norah Jones was an honorary Chairwoman of "Save Fry Street". Asian Indians in the New York City metropolitan region.

B.B. King

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Riley B. King (September 16, 1925 – May 14, 2015), known professionally as B.B. King, was an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. King introduced a sophisticated style of soloing based on fluid string bending and shimmering vibrato that influenced many later electric blues guitarists.

Songwriters Hall of Fame

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Samuel LeFrak. 1998 – David Checketts. 1999 – Robert Mondavi. 2001 – Iris Cantor. 2003 – Martin Bandier. 2004 – Michael Goldstein. 2005 – Henry Juszkiewicz. 2012 – Woody Guthrie. 2013 – Berry Gordy. 1980 – Ethel Merman. 1981 – Tony Bennett. 1982 – Dinah Shore. 1983 – Willie Nelson. 1984 – Benny Goodman. 1985 – John Hammond. 1987 – Jerry Wexler. 1988 – Dick Clark. 1989 – Quincy Jones. 1990 – B.B.

Rolling Stone

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Rolling Stone is an American monthly magazine that focuses on popular culture. It was founded in San Francisco, California, in 1967 by Jann Wenner, who is still the magazine's publisher, and the music critic Ralph J. Gleason. It was first known for its musical coverage of rock music and for political reporting by Hunter S. Thompson. In the 1990s, the magazine broadened and shifted its focus to a younger readership interested in youth-oriented television shows, film actors, and popular music. It has returned to its traditional mix of content, including music, entertainment, and politics.


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Richard S. Ginell of AllMusic considers Roy Ayers "one of the prophets of acid jazz." Nu jazz is influenced by jazz harmony and melodies, and there are usually no improvisational aspects. It can be very experimental in nature and can vary widely in sound and concept. It ranges from the combination of live instrumentation with the beats of jazz house (as exemplified by St Germain, Jazzanova, and Fila Brazillia) to more band-based improvised jazz with electronic elements (for example, The Cinematic Orchestra, Kobol and the Norwegian "future jazz" style pioneered by Bugge Wesseltoft, Jaga Jazzist, and Nils Petter Molvær).

Grammy Award

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Richard Branson. Clive Davis. Shatta Wale. Ahmet Ertegun. David Geffen. Berry Gordy. Lucian Grainge. Jay-Z. Debra L. Lee. Doug Morris. Mo Ostin. L.A. Reid. Grammy Awards winners at (searchable database). CBS: Grammys Official broadcast for Grammys.

Leon Russell

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Leon Russell album had a number of guest vocalist and accompaniment: Chris Stainton, Bonnie Bramlett, Greg Dempsey, Bob Dylan, Marc Benno, Eric Clapton, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Joe Cocker, and Merry Clayton. Leon Russell's A Song For You was added to Grammy Hall Of Fame for the 2018 Grammy Hall of Fame class. Also in 1970, Russell played piano on Dave Mason's album Alone Together, notably on the song "Sad and Deep as You". Ray Charles recorded a version that earned him the 1994 Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.

Jerry Lee Lewis

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It features contributions from Little Richard, Mick Jagger, Willie Nelson, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards and Rod Stewart, among others. Lewis now lives on a ranch in Nesbit, Mississippi, with his family. In May 2013, Lewis opened a new club on Beale Street in Memphis. Lewis is still considered actively performing in concert, though he has had to cancel all shows since his February 28, 2019 stroke, waiting for his doctors' go-ahead. On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Jerry Lee Lewis among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.

List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees

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Inducted members: Sonny Til, Tommy Gaither, George Nelson, Johnny Reed, and Alexander Sharp. D. Inducted members: Bob Wills, Tommy Duncan, Leon McAuliffe, Johnny Gimble, Joe "Jody" Holley, Tiny Moore, Herb Remington, Eldon Shamblin, and Al Stricklin. E. Nominated as a performer. F. Inducted members: John L. Tanner, Eugene Tanner, James E. Moore, Obadiah H. Carter and Lowman Pauling, Jr The non-performer category honors "songwriters, producers, disc jockeys, record executives, journalists and other industry professionals who have had a major influence on the development of rock and roll." Several of the inductees in this category were in fact prominent performers as well.

1961 in music

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The Young Ones – Cliff Richard and The Shadows. "Another Time, Another Place" w.m. Richard Adler from the musical Kwamina. "Baby Elephant Walk" m. Henry Mancini from the film Hatari!. "Big, Bad John" w.m. Jimmy Dean. "Blue Bayou" w.m. Joe Melson & Roy Orbison. "Breaking In A Brand New Broken Heart" w.m. Howard Greenfield & Jack Keller. "Crazy" w.m. Willie Nelson. Cruella DeVil w.m. Mel Leven, from the Walt Disney animated film 101 Dalmatians. "Crying" w.m. Joe Melson & Roy Orbison. "Funny How Time Slips Away" w.m. Willie Nelson. "Hats Off to Larry" w.m. Del Shannon. "Hit the Road Jack" w.m. Percy Mayfield. "I Love How You Love Me" w.m. Barry Mann & Larry Kolber. "Let's Get Together" w.m.

List of train songs

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"I'm Movin' On" (Hank Snow) by Roy Acuff, John Barry, Hoagy Carmichael, Rosanne Cash, Ray Charles, King Curtis, The Everly Brothers, Jimmy Lee Fautheree, Charlie Feathers, Les Paul & Mary Ford, Connie Francis, Billy Fury, Hank Garland, Don Gibson, Merle Haggard, John Hammond, Jr., Emmylou Harris, Al Hirt, John Kay, Jerry Lee Lewis, Matt Lucas, Willie Nelson, Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis, The Pagans, Elvis Presley, Professor Longhair, Jerry Reed, The Rolling Stones, Leon Russell, Hank Snow, Steppenwolf, Taste, George Thorogood, Mel Tillis, Ernest Tubb, Tina Turner, Mac Wiseman, Gene Vincent, Faron Young.


Examples include Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir, Elton John (with Bernie Taupin), Justin Hayward, John Lodge, Robbie Robertson, Ian Anderson, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, and Peter Frampton; Don Henley, Glenn Frey, Country Joe McDonald, Barry Melton. Many others like Eric Clapton found success as singer-songwriters in their later careers.

1967 in music

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Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, introduced by Tommy Steele in the film The Happiest Millionaire. "Gentle On My Mind" w.m. John Hartford. "Happiness" w.m. Clark Gesner from the musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. "Hare Krishna" w. Gerome Ragni & James Rado m. Galt MacDermot. "I Wanna Be Like You" w.m. Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, from the film The Jungle Book. "I've Gotta Be Me" w.m. Walter Marks. "In the Heat of the Night" w. Alan Bergman & Marilyn Bergman m. Quincy Jones. Theme song from the film of the same name, performed by Ray Charles. "The Look of Love" w. Hal David m. Burt Bacharach from the film Casino Royale, sung by Dusty Springfield. "Mrs.

1965 in music

1965January 1965March 1965
Celebrations For a Grey Day – Richard Farina and Mimi Farina. Cliff Richard – Cliff Richard. Complete Communion – Don Cherry. Concert in the Virgin Islands – Duke Ellington. Country Songs for City Folks – Jerry Lee Lewis. Country Willie – His Own Songs – Willie Nelson. Country Willie: His Own Songs – Willie Nelson. Creation – John Coltrane. Do I Hear a Waltz? – Sergio Franchi, Elizabeth Allen, Original cast. Downtown – Petula Clark. Drive-In Movie Time – Bobby Vinton. Duke Ellington Plays Mary Poppins – Duke Ellington. Ella at Duke's Place – Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington. Ella in Hamburg – Ella Fitzgerald. Em Som Maior – Sambrasa Trio. Feeling Good – Julie London.

1966 in music

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Country Favorites-Willie Nelson Style – Willie Nelson. Country Joe and the Fish – Country Joe and the Fish (EP). The Creation – The Creation. DelightfuLee – Lee Morgan with Wayne Shorter. Dion & The Belmonts Together Again – Dion DiMucci & the Belmonts. Distant Drums – Jim Reeves. Double Dynamite – Sam & Dave. Down on Stovall's Plantation – Muddy Waters. Drums Unlimited – Max Roach. East Broadway Run Down – Sonny Rollins. Easy Livin' – Clare Fischer. The Empty Foxhole – Ornette Coleman. An Evening with Belafonte/Mouskouri – Harry Belafonte and Nana Mouskouri. Faithful Forever – Marianne Faithfull. The Far East Suite – Duke Ellington. The Feel of Neil Diamond – Neil Diamond.

List of people on the United States cover of Rolling Stone (2000s)

This is a list of people (real or fictional) appearing on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine in the 2000s. This list is for the regular biweekly issues of the magazine, including variant covers, and does not include special issues. Issue numbers that include a slash (XXX/YYY) are combined double issues.

Aretha in Paris

This recording was reissued on compact disc through Rhino Records in the 1990s. 1) "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards). 2) "Don't Let Me Lose This Dream" (Franklin, Teddy White). 3) "Soul Serenade" (Luther Dixon, Curtis Ousley). 4) "Night Life" (Willie Nelson, Walt Breeland, Paul Buskirk). 5) "Baby, I Love You" (Jimmy Holiday, Ronnie Shannon). 6) "Groovin'" (Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere). 7) "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" (Carole King, Gerry Goffin, Jerry Wexler). 8) "Come Back Baby" (Ray Charles). 9) "Dr.

1972 in music

1972September 1972March 1972
A Message from the People – Ray Charles. Mississippi Gambler – Herbie Mann. Moods – Neil Diamond. Mournin' – Night Sun. Mustang – The Shadows. Neither One of Us – Gladys Knight & the Pips. Neu! – Neu!. Never Get Out of These Blues Alive – John Lee Hooker. A Night on the Town – Brownsville Station. The Night is Still Young – Sha Na Na. Nitzinger – John Nitzinger. Olympia 71 – Dalida – Live. Ontinuous Performance – Stone the Crows. The Osmonds Live – The Osmonds – Live. Painted Head – Tim Hardin. Piano Improvisations Vol. 2 – Chick Corea. Portrait of Donny – Donny Osmond. Pancho and Lefty – Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson. Prologue – Renaissance. Prosperous – Christy Moore.

Private Passions

Private Passions is a weekly music discussion programme which has been running since 15 April 1995 on BBC Radio 3, presented by the composer Michael Berkeley. The production was formerly made by Classic Arts Productions, a British radio and audio production company that provided programmes to the BBC until June 2013. Since June 2013, it has been produced by Loftus Audio. The producers are Elizabeth Burke, Jane Greenwood and Olivia Seligman.

1992 in music

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Malcolm X – Arrested Development (group), Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Ray Charles. Mambo Kings – Los Lobos, Linda Ronstadt, Tito Puente. Medicine Man – score by Jerry Goldsmith. Mo' Money – Color Me Badd, Public Enemy, Bell Biv DeVoe, Janet Jackson. Rush – Eric Clapton. Singles – Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, The Smashing Pumpkins, Jimi Hendrix, Soundgarden. Sister Act – Etta James, Whoopi Goldberg, C+C Music Factory. South Central – Scarface, Cameo (band), Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. Toys – Tori Amos, Enya, Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Wayne's World – Queen, Jimi Hendrix, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Alice Cooper, Black Sabbath. January 2 – Alden Richards, Filipino actor, model and singer.

Timeline of musical events

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Nelson, Nina Simone, Yoko Ono, Nick Reynolds. 1932 in music, 1932 in British music, 1932 in Norwegian music – Night and Day by Cole Porter; Birth of Johnny Cash, Petula Clark, Patsy Cline, Glenn Gould, Loretta Lynn, Miriam Makeba Carl Perkins, Little Richard, and John Williams; Death of John Philip Sousa; Adolph Rickenbacker produces first electric guitar; Bell Labs creates first stereophonic sound recordings. 1931 in music, 1931 in British music, 1931 in Norwegian music – Birth of Teresa Brewer, Sam Cooke, João Gilberto, George Jones and Phyllis McGuire; Death of Anna Pavlova. 1930 in music, 1930 in British music, 1930 in Norwegian music – Birth of Ray Charles, Herbie Mann, Odetta, Sonny Rollins

True Love (Toots & the Maytals album)

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It is a collection of their classics re-recorded with guest artists including Willie Nelson, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Trey Anastasio, No Doubt, Ben Harper, Bonnie Raitt, Manu Chao, The Roots, Ryan Adams, Keith Richards, and The Skatalites. The album was produced and conceived by Richard Feldman and released on the V2 label. True Love won the 2005 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album. All tracks credited to Toots Hibbert, unless otherwise noted. TooTs is Frederick Hibbert Senior Executive Producer; MIKE CACIA 30+years (Deceased 2016) | Toots and the Maytals:. Andrew Bassford. Radcliffe Bryan. Paul Douglas. Charles Farquharson. Carl Harvey. Frederick "Toots" Hibbert. Clifton Jackie Jackson.