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50 years ago, these were the No. 1 albums and music singles of 1969

In 1969 you either bought your music on black plastic circles and used a needle to scratch sounds out of the vinyl, heard it on the airwaves, most likely on a lo-fi AM radio, or, if you were lucky, saw your favorite bands and musicians live in concert. The best-selling album of the year, Iron Butterfly’s “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” plateaued at No. 4 on the charts, but that’s probably because the 10 albums that made it to the top were more uniformly solid, nearly all of them still considered classics....
Tags: Music, Glen Campbell, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Broadway, Elvis Presley, Lodi, Charles Manson, Cher, Beatles, Diana Ross, Romeo, Ross, Eric Clapton, Robert Plant


Marci Vogel's Playlist for Her Novella "Death and Other Holidays"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Awarded the 2017 Miami Book Fair/de Groot Prize, Marci Vogel's novella Death and Other Holidays is a lyrical and thoughtful exploration of grief. NPR Books wrote of the book: "Dea...
Tags: Music, Bruce Springsteen, Hollywood, California, George Harrison, Los Angeles, Reagan, David, Gang, Va, Marilyn Monroe, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Grinch, Joni Mitchell, Lapd


Foo Fighters, Miguel, Brandi Carlile, Metallica and more pay tribute to the late Chris Cornell at The Forum

Musicians, celebrities and fans all gathered at the sold-out Forum in Inglewood on a rainy Wednesday night to celebrate the life and legacy of the late Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell at a special I Am The Highway benefit concert orchestrated by Cornell’s wife, Vicky, and his three children, Lillian, Toni and Christopher. Hosted by late night host Jimmy Kimmel, the evening ended up being a 5-hour, 42-song music marathon that showcased a who’s who of rock ‘n’ roll and Hollywood. “We are very d...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Jimmy Kimmel, Molly, Los Angeles, Sport, Juliette Lewis, Things To Do, Soccer, Queens, Taylor Momsen, Dave Grohl, Metallica, Josh Brolin, Miley Cyrus, Brad Pitt


Exclusive: ‘Altered Carbon’ Vinyl Soundtrack Collector’s Edition Arriving Next Month

The Netflix sci-fi series Altered Carbon will be dropping a collector’s edition vinyl soundtrack next month, and we have your first look at it. Featuring original music by Jeff Russo, a cover of a White Zombie song, and some eye-catching pink artwork, this is going to be one unique, unusual release. See the Altered Carbon vinyl soundtrack art premiere below. Behold, in all its pink glory! Hello Unicorn, obviously a send-up of Hello Kitty, pops-up early in Altered Carbon when one of the char...
Tags: Movies, San Francisco, Netflix, Broadway, Vinyl, Hamilton, Hello Kitty, Jeff Russo, Altered Carbon, Laeta Kalogridis, Johnny Cash, Bay City, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Sune Rose Wagner, Soundtracks, Netflix/Streaming Video


I Still Have Heroes: The Man in Black and The Men in Black

by: Bill Sheridan      At age 75, I no longer have celebrity or athlete heroes. I’ve come to realize that they are simply men and women blessed with God-given talents capable of thrilling stadiums full of adoring concert-goers, or rabid football fans. I still do respect their skills and appreciate their hard work. In my teens through my twenties, I was enamored with the likes of Elvis Presley, Joe Namath, Sandy Koufax, and Buddy Holly. But my real hero of heroes was the late Johnny Cash. I owne...
Tags: Religion, Johnny Cash, Des Moines, Johnny, Priests, Folsom Prison, June Carter, Those Catholic Men, Bill Sheridan, Elvis Presley Joe Namath Sandy Koufax, KRNT Theater


2019 Songwriters Hall class: Missy, Cat Stevens, John Prine

NEW YORK (AP) — Missy Elliott is making history as the first female rapper inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, whose 2019 class also includes legendary British singer Cat Stevens and country-folk icon John Prine. The organization announced the new group of inductees Saturday. Other inductees include Tom T. Hall, who Johnny Cash called […]
Tags: New York, News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Johnny Cash, John Prine, Missy Elliott, Tom T Hall, Songwriters Hall of Fame, Cat Stevens, Missy Cat Stevens John Prine


The High Strung Release a Jubilant Song as Singer Reflects on Success of 'Bird Box' Adaptation

None The new year is off to an auspicious start for the High Strung and one of their novelist singers. Quiet Riots, the Detroit indie rock royalty's eighth studio album, is on the cusp of release, prefaced by a DIY video for energetic lead single "If You Wanna Roll". In conjunction with that, the recently released film adaptation of singer-songwriter Josh Malerman's debut novel Bird Box is all the rage, with the Internet going mad over the Sandra Bullock-starring apocalyptic horror narrativ...
Tags: Music, Interview, La, Earth, Rock, Netflix, Bob Dylan, Sandra Bullock, Michigan, Detroit, Premiere, Mark, Johnny Cash, Upper Peninsula, Allison, Bullock


Cadillac: Providing Americans with Luxury Vehicles (and Music)

Cadillac is one of the subsidiaries of General Motors that produces luxury vehicles. The company was established in 1902. Seven years later they were purchased by General Motors. By the time the company became a General Motors subsidiary, many Americans had already regarded the brand as one of the top luxury car makers in the United States. More than one hundred years later, Cadillac still manages to establish itself as a premier luxury car maker. Cadillac has become a legend. People will keep o...
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, General Motors, United States, Tennessee, Autos, Sports Cars, Cadillac, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Bruno, Maybelline, Cadillac Ranch, Cadillac Cadillac, Mink DeVille, Black Cadillac, Cadillac Walk


Here’s how a big band celebrates Elvis Presley’s birthday

Wise men say only fools would miss this big band birthday celebration for the king of rock. With the help of a classic Elvis jumpsuit and a big band, South Bay native Chris Maddox and his group Graceband will once again channel Elvis Presley and his Vegas years for a celebration in honor of the rocker’s 84th birthday. The Jan. 6 show at Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach — yes, we know the King’s real birthday was Jan. 8, but nobody wants to party on a Tuesday — will include songs from Presley’s late ...
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You Can Eat Like Johnny Cash — Thanks To A Cookbook From Country Music's First Family

The son of country music legends Johnny Cash and June Carter has compiled a book of Southern recipes handed down in his family through the years.(Image credit: Courtesy of Sara Broun)
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What Makes Music Sound Like Christmas Music? Hear the Single Most Christmassy Chord of All Explained

During the past few months of this year, as in those same months of any year, we've been hearing a great deal of Christmas music. Some of the songs in the mix — "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "The Christmas Song" — few of us have ever known a time without, and others make it in because of their seasonally themed lyrical content. But certain songs just sound like Christmas songs, somehow, and to understand what, in musical terms, fills those co...
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Listen to a Heartfelt Musical Retelling of O. Henry’s “Gift of the Magi” with Hanky in Hand

It’s that time of year when certain songs conspire with certain moods to hit you right in the ol’ brisket. The feeling is voluptuous, and not necessarily unpleasant, provided there’s a bathroom stall or spare bedroom should you need to flee a party like Cinderella, as some old chestnut threatens to turn you into a blubbering mess. Let the kiddies deck the halls, jingle bells, and prance about with Rudolph and Frosty. The best secular songs for grown ups are the ones with a thick current of long...
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'Tis the Season...for Christmas Music (Music Notes) (OT)

Nick Lowe Christmas, also known as "Songs-You're-Sick-Of Season," is nearly here. If you're looking for some good Christmas music, may I once again recommend my favorite Christmas album, Nick Lowe's 2013 Quality Street. Actually it's not a "favorite," it's the only Christmas album I like. Nick is an Englishman, born in Surrey. Sixty-nine now, he figured in power pop and New Wave in the UK back in the day. He was a producer for artists like Graham Parker, and he wrote the Elvis Costello hit ...
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In Two Small Steps For Womankind, The Rock Hall Inducts Janet Jackson & Stevie Nicks

Thursday morning, I woke up to a miracle: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which has had an embarrassing dearth of female honorees in recent years, has managed to induct not one but two highly deserving women in its 2019 class. That’s right, y’all, Stevie Nicks and Janet Jackson are in!This was Jackson’s third nomination (she became eligible in 2007), and the first nomination for Nicks as a solo artist (she became eligible in 2006). Jackson has faced an unfair uphill climb in music since her...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Radiohead, Mtv, Smokey Robinson, Madonna, Fleetwood Mac, Jackson, Khan, Stevie Nicks, Justin Timberlake, Pete Davidson, Janet Jackson, Carole King, Tina Turner, Gerry Goffin


The Story of The Pogues’ “Fairytale of New York,” the Boozy Ballad That Has Become One of the Most Beloved Christmas Songs of All Time

Drugstore Cowboy, Barfly, Leaving Las Vegas, even Bonnie and Clyde… we love a good story about doomed, down-and-out lovers. Whatever emotional reservoir they tap into, when written well and honestly, such stories have broad cultural appeal. Which in part explains the overwhelming popularity of The Pogues’ 1987 classic “Fairytale of New York,” the kind of “anti-Christmas song,” writes Dorian Lynsky at The Guardian, “that ended up being, for a generation, the Christmas song.” Many holiday ...
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David Byrne Creates a Playlist of Eclectic Music for the Holidays: Stream It Free Online

Whose music do you put on when the holiday season comes around? Perhaps musicians like Lonnie Holley, Gurrumul, Erkin Koray, and Juan Luis Guerra? Maybe you've just thrilled with recognition at one or more of those names, or maybe you've never heard of any of them — but in either case, you should get ready for a highly unconventional holiday experience featuring their songs and those of many others, all of them curated by David Byrne. Each month the peripatetic, oft-collaborating musicia...
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Someone Named Their Child Abcde Because Truly These Are The End Times

It’s 2018 and anything goes A woman in Texas publicly called out Southwest Airlines after a flight attendant made fun of her daughter’s name. And you know what, good on her. It’s a parent’s job to protect their child from this kind of ridicule. Making fun of someone for their name is wrong. Oh wait - unless their name is LITERALLY THE FIRST FIVE LETTERS OF THE ALPHABET, IN ORDER BECAUSE THEN IT’S FUNNY AS SHIT You are mad someone is making fun of your girls name and you named her ...
Tags: Texas, Humor, Chad, Southwest Airlines, Gracie Hughes, Trump, Murphy, Johnny Cash, End Times, Gracie, Chris D Elia, Bridget Phetasy


Cai Emmons' Playlist for Her Novel "Weather Woman"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Cai Emmons' novel Weather Woman is an enthralling eco-feminist fable. Foreword Reviews wrote of the book: "The novel may fit the definition of a work of magical realism, but its a...
Tags: Music, Bruce Springsteen, Boston, Earth, David, Bob Dylan, New Jersey, Arctic, Greenland, Joni Mitchell, Sparks, Mother Earth, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Springsteen, Johnny Cash, Diane


10 Covers That Creatively Transform The Original Song

Covers are a a central idea of the western pop scene, often rising to become more famous than the original version of a song. Some of the best covers have been able to truly reimagine a song in a way which gives it a fresh meaning, or causes it to evoke and entirely different feel in the listener. Here we look at ten such examples. _________________________ Guest post by Evan Zwisler of Soundfly's Flypaper Cover songs are ubiquitous in pop culture. In fact, I’d even go as far to...
Tags: Music, New York, California, New York City, Jimi Hendrix, Brooklyn, Guest Post, Shanghai, Tokyo, Kylie Minogue, Kanye, Kurt Cobain, Mitchell, How I Listen, Cadillac, Chet Faker


Poets inspired by Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan is the subject of a new anthology of poems edited by two retired professors from his home state of Minnesota. Whittled down to 100 poems from a pool of  500 Visiting Bob: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of Bob Dylan is a collection honoring Dylan by poets in various stages of their careers. Contributors include Robert Bly; Charles Bukowski; Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Patti Smith and Anne Waldman as well as this lost musing from Johnny Cash that appeared in the liner notes for Dylan...
Tags: Books, Video, Minnesota, Poetry, Bob Dylan, Bob, Patti Smith, Johnny Cash, Dylan, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Charles Bukowski, Allen Ginsberg, Robert Bly, Anne Waldman, Of Interest: Featured Books / Reviews, Bob Dylan Pioneer Press


Going after Trump by attacking the King

Hating on Donald Trump is a full-time endeavor for many in politics and the media, especially the media. His critics condemn him when he screws up, which is often, and when he does good things, too. The most committed Trump-haters excoriate him for actions they’d previously demanded from him – or wanted his predecessors to take. For decades, liberal activists have hoped, for example, that Jack Johnson, the early 20th century heavyweight champion of the world, would be pardoned for his conviction...
Tags: Supreme Court, Obama, California, Washington Post, Opinion, White House, America, Sport, Cnn, Kanye West, Soccer, Gop, New Jersey, Sheldon Adelson, Dallas Cowboys, Elvis Presley


Woolsey Fire destroys top recreation spots

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Southern California residents faced with the loss of lives and homes in a huge wildfire also are grappling with the destruction of a vast swath of public lands that are popular destinations for hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers.The Woolsey Fire has charred more than 83 percent of National Park Service land within the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, where officials announced Wednesday that all trails were closed."We understand that folks are curious ...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Willie Nelson, Associated Press, Quinn, Pacific Ocean, Malibu, Southern California, National Park Service, Ventura, Weber, Johnny Cash, U S Interior, Brian Melley, Ryan Zinke, Woolsey


At Folsom Prison: A Mini-Doc on Johnny Cash’s Historic & Career-Changing Concert

It was the opposite of superstar rock concerts, or even a sweaty, dark stage like that at CBGB’s in New York. But the dining hall at Folsom Prison was the setting for a concert that would give Johnny Cash, on the verge of a career collapse, a second chance on life. And it would become one of the unlikeliest venues in the history of country music. Nothing was the same after this unlikeliest of turnarounds. After the album recorded at this gig, Cash would be hurtled into superstardom. He’d...
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California Fires: 83% of Santa Monica Mountains federal parkland burned by Woolsey Fire

In addition to destroying hundreds of homes and claiming human lives, the Woolsey Fire that began last Thursday burned 83% of federal park land in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, per Cal Fire. So far, the fire has burned at least 435 homes, and blazed through some 96,314 acres. LAFD says the blaze is 35% contained. A considerable portion of that 96,314 acres was protected, wild, open space that is home to bobcats, mountain lions, coyotes, and innumerable other indigenou...
Tags: Post, Hollywood, News, Climate Change, California, Environment, Disaster, Los Angeles, Fires, Willie Nelson, Ventura County, Southern California, Bob Hope, Johnny Cash, Santa Monica Mountains, KTLA


Celebrity homes destroyed in Woolsey Fire

MALIBU (CNS) -The Woolsey Fire that has burned more than 85,500 acres in Los Angeles and Ventura counties has claimed the homes of several celebrities, along with the historic Paramount Ranch, where countless movies and television shows have been filmed since 1927.The ranch -- which served as a location for shows such as ``MASH,'' ``Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,'' and most recently, HBO's ``Westworld'' -- was destroyed save for a chapel, according to the National Park Se...
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A Look At Spotify Insight Analytics

Though not quite as active as it once was, Spotify's Insights blog once offered its artists ideas and information about different industry trends - here we look at a distillation of some of the blog's more salient points. ____________________________ Guest post by Evan Zwisler of Soundfly's Flypaper For years now, streaming platforms like Spotify have given musicians a direct line to their fans. Whether you’re represented by a major label, or no label at all, you can reach new listen...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Montana, China, Marketing, Ozzy Osbourne, Ed Sheeran, Guest Post, Justin Bieber, Italy, Musicians, Brazil, Streaming, Sia, Bob Marley, Garth Brooks


What Music Rules The Car - Country, Rock or Hip Hop?

Cars have been linked to the music industry for as long as both have been around - in advertising, consumption, and even lyrical content. Thanks to new analytic technology, it's now possible to quantify this relationship between the musical and the automotive. _____________________________ Guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategies In yesterday's post, we looked at radio's sales outlook for automotive ad dollars, as well as the way car companies continue to use Classic...
Tags: Apple, Music, Bruce Springsteen, Chicago, Tom Waits, Guest Post, Streaming, Prince, Detroit, Frank Zappa, Jason Aldean, Bob Seger, Music Business, Broadcast & Satellite, Weird Al Yankovic, Fred


Sept 24th Show

As heard on JEMP radio.   You can stream from this link.  If you like Johnny Cash, then this show is for you.    Sept 24th Show   [Author: Andy Monfried]
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From Aretha Franklin to Johnny Cash, here are the best cover songs of all time

Did you know that Aretha Franklin didn't write Respect? Or that Led Zeppelin didn't write Dazed and Confused? Check out those and more on our playlist of the best cover songs of all time. The post From Aretha Franklin to Johnny Cash, here are the best cover songs of all time appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Robin "Sourdough" Sloan is using a machine-learning autocomplete system to write his next novel

Robin Sloan is a programmer and novelist whose books like Sourdough and Mr Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore are rich and evocative blends of self-aware nerdy playfulness and magical speculation. Earlier this year, Sloan published some preliminary information on a machine learning system for writing prose that he was noodling around with. Since then, the system has expanded and he is now using it to generate prompts as he writes his next novel, invoking it midsentence to get suggestions for com...
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