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Reply #180 posted 08/25/12 4:03pm

Hudson

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[img:$uid]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v286/supernova638/th_invisiblegif.gif[/img:$uid]

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Reply #181 posted 08/25/12 4:09pm

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117. Ancient Aethiopia ~ Sun Ra

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #182 posted 08/25/12 4:26pm

Mya

#118

Amy Winehouse - You Sent Me Flying / Cherry (from Frank, '03)

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Reply #183 posted 08/25/12 4:27pm

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Mya said:

#118

Amy Winehouse - You Sent Me Flying / Cherry (from Frank, '03)

biggrin I've been wanting to post an Amy Winehouse song, but I wasn't sure which one to go with. I forgot all about this song.

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Reply #184 posted 08/25/12 4:27pm

damosuzuki

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Reply #185 posted 08/25/12 5:01pm

benjaminira

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Just curious...can we post a Prince associated artist?

118. Rapper's Delight-Sugarhill Gang

[Edited 8/25/12 17:03pm]

If it breaks when it bends, U better not put it in!
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Reply #186 posted 08/25/12 5:44pm

Paris9748430

119)Zapp and Roger- More Bounce to the Ounce.

[Edited 8/25/12 17:45pm]

JERKIN' EVERYTHING IN SIGHT!!!!!
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Reply #187 posted 08/25/12 6:05pm

Byron

120) Don't Dream It's Over - Crowded House

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Reply #188 posted 08/25/12 6:11pm

UncleGrandpa

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121. Boxing - Ben Folds Five

Jeux Sans Frontiers
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Reply #189 posted 08/25/12 6:16pm

CrabalockerFis
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#118 was posted twice... you all are off count.

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Reply #190 posted 08/25/12 6:45pm

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123. Gap Band - "You Dropped a Bomb on Me"

For me, funk is at its nastiest with syrupy, bass lines-a-warpin', synths abuzz and crazy high harmonies. No song brings out my inner freak quite like this one.

Feel free to join in the Prince Album Poll 2018! Let'a celebrate his legacy by counting down the most beloved Prince albums, as decided by you!
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Reply #191 posted 08/25/12 6:46pm

CrabalockerFis
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124) Maybellene - Chuck Berry

Note that this video's title and picture has the song's title misspelt.. I spelled it correct.

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Reply #192 posted 08/25/12 6:47pm

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125: One Nation Under A Groove- Funkadelic

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Reply #193 posted 08/25/12 7:02pm

Mya

CrabalockerFishwife said:

Mya said:

#118

Amy Winehouse - You Sent Me Flying / Cherry (from Frank, '03)

biggrin I've been wanting to post an Amy Winehouse song, but I wasn't sure which one to go with. I forgot all about this song.

I didn't know which track of hers to choose either, but I knew it had to be from 'Frank'. A flawless album from the beginning to end love I hate how it's hidden by the success of 'Back To Black', definitely needs more attention than it has received!

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Reply #194 posted 08/25/12 7:03pm

Mya

#126

Earth, Wind & Fire - Brazilian Rhyme (Interlude)

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Reply #195 posted 08/25/12 7:20pm

benjaminira

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benjaminira said:

Just curious...can we post a Prince associated artist?

118. Rapper's Delight-Sugarhill Gang

[Edited 8/25/12 17:03pm]

127. Rapper's Delight-Sugarhill Gang

If it breaks when it bends, U better not put it in!
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Reply #196 posted 08/25/12 7:27pm

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128) Brian Eno & David Byrne - Regiment

"what's that book where they're all behind the wardrobe?"
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Reply #197 posted 08/25/12 7:31pm

aardvark15

^That ones 127

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Reply #198 posted 08/25/12 7:49pm

benjaminira

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aardvark15 said:

^That ones 127

I posted mine first!

If it breaks when it bends, U better not put it in!
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Reply #199 posted 08/25/12 7:56pm

aardvark15

benjaminira said:

aardvark15 said:

^That ones 127

I posted mine first!

But you posted it earlier as the 2nd one numbered 118. After noticing this moonbeam made a gap already in order for everything to work

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Reply #200 posted 08/25/12 8:18pm

Hudson

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Doing the next update now, it will get sorted out. lol

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Reply #201 posted 08/25/12 8:48pm

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129) Charlie Parker - Koko




Charlie Parker was one of the most influential improvising soloists in jazz, and a central figure in the development of bop in the 1940s. A legendary figure in his own lifetime, he was idolized by those who worked with him, and he inspired a generation of jazz performers and composers.

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By his own later account, he was bored with the stereotyped changes that were being used then. He said, "I kept thinking there's bound to be something else. I could hear it sometimes, but I couldn't play it." While working over at the Cherokee in a jam session with the guitarist Biddy Fleet, Parker suddenly found that by using the higher intervals of a chord as a melody line and backing them with appropriately related changes he could play what he had been "hearing." Yet, it was not until 1944-5 that his conceptions of rhythm and phrasing had evolved sufficiently to form his mature style.

http://www.pbs.org/jazz/b...harlie.htm

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Reply #202 posted 08/25/12 8:58pm

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130. "I Want You" - Marvin Gaye

probably my favorite marvin song. it's hypnotizing - the vocals, the rhythm. then those lyrics just send it over the edge.

How can I stand 2 stay where I am? / Poor butterfly who don't understand.
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Reply #203 posted 08/25/12 8:58pm

mjscarousal

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[Edited 8/25/12 21:30pm]

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Reply #204 posted 08/25/12 9:07pm

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132) Duran Duran - The Chauffeur

[Edited 8/25/12 21:28pm]

"Funkyslsistah… you ain't funky at all, you just a little ol' prude"!
"It's just my imagination, once again running away with me."
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Reply #205 posted 08/25/12 9:16pm

Hudson

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[img:$uid]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v286/supernova638/th_invisiblegif.gif[/img:$uid]

[Edited 8/26/12 19:22pm]

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Reply #206 posted 08/25/12 9:21pm

Hudson

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msjscarousal, Superwoman is #7 on the list. wink

Next song is #131

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Reply #207 posted 08/25/12 9:27pm

MickyDolenz

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131. Hard Times In El Barrio ~ Jose Feliciano

For 65 years straight, the #1 genre in music, selling wise, was rock n' roll worldwide. Last year (2017) in June, it got de-crowned by hip hop. Hip hop is the #1 genre. It's hip hop - rock - country - pop or pop - country. ~ Pras
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Reply #208 posted 08/25/12 9:34pm

mjscarousal

132. The Temptations- Just My Imagination

My bad Hudson razz

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Reply #209 posted 08/25/12 9:49pm

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133. Marvin Gaye- I Wanna Be Where You Are

....p.s. This version is from the Deluxe Edition with the extended length, this song is incredible.

Jeux Sans Frontiers
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