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POSITIVE MUSIC http://cdbaby.com/davidcreative DAVID CREATIVE TOP RATED POSTIVE MUSIC BY DAVID CREATIVE POSITIVE MUSIC POSITIVE SONGS DAVID CREATIVE #1 RATED POSTIVE MUSIC BY DAVID CREATIVE! ENJOY & LISTEN TO THE NEW RELEASE OF DAVID CREATIVE POSITIVE SONGS FOR TODAYS LISTENERS! DAVID CREATIVE POWERFUL INSPIRING AND SUPPORTIVE SONGS! Many catastrophies have befallen our blue World. These tragedies are of epic proportions and the suffering for many is nearly unbearable. Yet, the compassion, courage and love of millions has risen higher than any flood! WORLDWIDE #1 RATED POSITIVE MUSIC POSITIVE SONGS DAVID CREATIVE! CONTACT DAVID CREATIVE DIRECTLY HERE: 626-391-3991 or at CONTACT US AT mike@direct-gold.com CDBABY.COM/CD/DAVIDCREATIVE BREAKOUT THE CD talks of everyting from life to angels and heaven and more

"NEW MUSIC" "EAR AMBROSIA" POSITIVE ENERGY, UPBEAT MUSIC AND LYRICS, SUPERCHARGES YOUR LIFE AND TIMES! EAR AMBROSIA FOR THE SOUL Management Team: Kapro Productions, David Carr & Harvey Kubernick, Directors Special Consutants, Lawrence Kaplan & Hank Cunnington David Snow is the producer, arranger & additional music Vocals & instruments, Ear Ambrosia Parker Snow, Special Vocals Madison Snow, Special Vocals Daphne Nowell, Cover Art Esther Nowell, Disc Art Lisa Wilsey, Consultant Hank Cunnington, Media CD/Graphics Production AbetDisc.com Lawrence Kaplan, Executive Management TEL: 626-391-3991 mike@direct-gold.com DAVID CREATIVE IS MICHAEL DAVID DAVID SNOW IS PRODUCER SEE OUR WEBSITE AT: http://cdbaby.com/cd/...

This is music you can use. It has a positive effect on the listener. The benefits of listening to positive music include physical and emotional healing, increased motivation, a sense of connection and unity among others and the natural world, facilitating the process of experiencing grief, sadness, anger or apathy, and an increased sense of well being and joy. Common settings for listening to this music include workshops and retreats, dance and fitness centers, hospitals and hospices, schools, counseling and coaching programs, spiritual communities, and at home.

There is a huge, untapped market of people hungry for this kind of music. Think of Positive as the music version of Oprah, the multi-billion dollar Self-Help Industry (with authors like Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, Marianne Williamson), the more than 50 million people in the U.S. alone who make up the Lifestyles Of Health And Sustainability (LOHAS) Market, and the Environmental and New Thought Movements.

Positive music is about seeing music not only as entertainment but as a means of creating positive change in the world. People drawn to Positive Music often are interested in subjects like personal development and empowerment, social transformation and peace, and in creating healthy and sustainable environments, relationships and communities. We encourage artistic integrity and social responsibility.

One of David Creative's goals is to establish Positive as a new music category. This categorization makes it easy for people to discover and listen to healthy, positive music. Imagine going to iTunes and finding the best Positive Music all in one place.

David Creative provides the largest collection of Positive artists and music in the world, and provides resources and networking opportunities for members to grow and market their music. Through BREAKOUT CD, get a chance to hear positive music online.here.

This site includes a list of Davud Creatives links to their websites, members, resources, links to other positive music sites, songs by subject, and positive music events.

What is Positive Music?

This is positive, conscious music that inspires conscious relationships, health, work, and living. This music is distinct from what some might consider positive music because it implies taking action or changing one's life for the better. It is uniting, inclusive, universal and uplifting in nature. It is mainly lyric based. Popular songs that would be categorized as Positive include Natasha Bedingfield’s "Unwritten," John Mayer’s "Daughters," or the Beatles’ "Let It Be."

Positive Music is not: love songs, because they do not necessarily inspire action or change; religious since they are not inclusive of all human beings, just those who prescribe to that particular religion; simply happy songs unless they inspire appreciation or action; or anti-songs (e.g. anti-war, anti-drug) unless they focus on solutions.

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TOP MUSICIAN ENTREPRENEUR MICHAEL KAPLAN TEAMS UP WITH VETERAN MUSIC PRODUCER DAVID SNOW FROM SONY, WARNER, & ARISTA RECORDS TO FORM EXCITING RECORDING VENTURE DAVID CREATIVE MUSIC! Top Musician successful entrepreneur Michael Kaplan http://davidcreative.net 1-888-883-8348 has teamed up with respected veteran music producer David Snow to form an exciting new venture DAVID CREATIVE MUSIC. Stepping out from behind the scenes of songwriting, arranging and producing for multiple well known artists and labels, this powerful duo is now offering new and exciting music in a variety of genres to satisfy the need for fresh and creative music in today’s multi-media environment. Their music includes a wide variety of styles from simple instrumental mood backgrounds to fully orchestrated productions. DAVID CREATIVE http://davidcreative.net immortalsongwriter@yahoo.com 1-888-883-8348! Combining fresh and inspiring lyric content with advanced musical wizardry, this dynamic duos’ music can instantly enhance and elevate any projects’ soundtrack. With new material being released on a regular basis, their music productions can be counted on to be fresh and up to date, classic or custom made, to suit your needs. David Creative Music welcomes requests for customized songs and music in ALL styles. When music supervisors need lyrical content to fit in with plot lines and stories, it should be noted that David Creative delights in delivering clever and impactful lyrics, fully customized to align with the scenario of most any film or television production. Let David Creative add a new dimension of sonic excitement to your project today. 'S Positive music David Creative"CREATIVE MUSIC ONLINE 13" Spanning Worldwide stepping from behind the curtain and ready to make any production music kickin'!

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POSITIVE ENERGY, UPBEAT MUSIC AND LYRICS, SUPERCHARGES YOUR LIFE AND TIMES! EAR AMBROSIA FOR THE SOUL

Management Team: Kapro Productions, David Carr & Harvey Kubernick, Directors

Special Consutants, Lawrence Kaplan & Hank Cunnington

David Snow is the producer, arranger & additional music

TRIBUTE: Recently many catastrophies have befallen our blue World. These tragedies are of epic proportions and the suffering for many is nearly unbearable. Yet, the compassion, courage and love of millions has risen higher than any flood, burned brighter than any fire and stood so strong and united as to turn back the mightiest wind and deflect the fiercest gun blast. This song is a tribute to all those who have stood strong and spread their own “Golden Wings”, and shined their light and love, sacrifices, efforts and dollars, large and small; To turn back these disasters and come to the aid of our brothers and sisters. The Human Experience has been glorified by them.

KEEP ON WALKING: Dedicated to 2 philosophers/storytellers who have inspired and taught Michael David aka David Creative (along with millions of others). They can and have flat-out made our lives better. The lyrics to KEEP ON WALKING are paying homage to these amazing human beings. Richard Curtis is one of the greatest writer/directors ever. He created “LOVE ACTUALLY”! For MICAHEL DAVID AKA David Creative, this flick is tied with “The Wizard of Oz” and “Casablanca” for the most perfect casting of all time. Plus, the soundtrack is totally compelling. MICHAEL DAVID AKA David Creative likes to see “LOVE ACTULALY” every chance he gets … It’s a great hit of life that leaves MICHAEL DAVID AKA David Creative HUGELY POSTIVE and energized toward LOVE and HAPPINESS, PURE JOY really whenever it is needed. Wayne Dyer is a genius. He has figured out how to fully develop his own powers and to share the truths he has found. He is also one of the best ever storytellers and knows so many powerful, deeply moving stories. The affect he has is profound and changed lives as he has changed MICHAEL DAVID AKA David Creative and his life. Wayne Dyer said, “Don’t die with your music still in you!” THANK YOU WAYNE.

CELEBRATE YOUR LIFE: In the best of times, and the worst there is one person you can count on to celebrate our lives and make everything better. OPRAH WINFREY to whom I dedicate this song. Michael David AKA David Creative thinks more people must love her than anyone else on the Earth. Kipling wrote: “To walk with kings, yet keep the common touch!” But OPRAH WINFREY is the all time champ! How does OPRAH WINFREY combine her success, visibility, and power with the intimacy and caring and our most cherished friend? OPRAH WINFREY has a wonderful way about her that continues to be one of our most cherished in the world. She has a wonderful way about her that continues to demand the best from all of us. It just keeps getting better, wow! Michael David, Fall 2006

SONGS

TRIBUTE

There is a time, there is a place
There is a face for me
If I should die before I rise
The sparrow flies to thee

Through stormy skies
And sudden strike disaster tried
To beat me
No Earthly fate, nor twisted hate
Or false disguise can defeat me

There is a voice, there is a call
There is a choice for me
If I should die before I rise
The sparrow flies to thee

If I should fall before my time
I’ll be just fine, set free

No master plan nor insane man
Or evil can defeat me
I’m growing stronger every day
The longer that they try to beat me

There is a time, there is a place
There is a face for me
If I should die before I rise
The sparrow flies to thee

Fly on those golden wings
Whatever the cost
I’ve seen a million things
I know that true love is never lost

No master plan nor insane man
Or evil can defeat me
I’m growing stronger every day
The longer that they try to beat me

If I should die before I rise
The sparrow flies to thee
The sparrow flies to thee



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#1 RATED POSTIVE MUSIC DAVID CREATIVE MUSIC FOR THE SOUL!!!
#1 RATED POSITIVE MUSIC DAVID CREATIVE MEANINGFUL QUOTES AND IMAGES LEAD TO THE MUSIC ITSELF ... ACCORDING TO THE LEGENDARY BILLY FREEDOM THESE SONGS ARE "DESTINED TO BE A NEW AGE SMASH!!!" DAVID CREATIVE'S MUSIC HAS A CATCHY AND SINGABLE QUALITY WITH LUSH AND COMPELLING RHYTHMIC AND INSTRUMENTAL THEMES, FEATURING "EAR AMBROSIA" BY THE INFAMOUS DAVID SNOW. CLEVER AND DEEPLY FELT LYRICS TAKE US ON A JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY OF THE STRENGTH AND COURAGE OF THE HUMAN HEART.

Vocals & instruments, Ear Ambrosia
Parker Snow, Special Vocals
Madison Snow, Special Vocals
Daphne Nowell, Cover Art
Esther Nowell, Disc Art
Lisa Wilsey, Consultant
Hank Cunnington, Media
CD/Graphics Production AbetDisc.com
Lawrence Kaplan, Executive Management
TEL: 626-391-3991
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CONTACT US AT: mike@direct-gold.com

#1 rated songwriter POSITIVE MUSIC POSITIVE SONGS DAVID CREATIVE!

#1 RATED POSTIVE MUSIC DAVID CREATIVE MUSIC FOR THE SOUL!!!

#1 RATED POSITIVE MUSIC DAVID CREATIVE MEANINGFUL QUOTES AND IMAGES LEAD TO THE MUSIC ITSELF ... ACCORDING TO THE LEGENDARY BILLY FREEDOM THESE SONGS ARE "DESTINED TO BE A NEW AGE SMASH!!!" DAVID CREATIVE'S MUSIC HAS A CATCHY AND SINGABLE QUALITY WITH LUSH AND COMPELLING RHYTHMIC AND INSTRUMENTAL THEMES, FEATURING "EAR AMBROSIA" BY THE INFAMOUS DAVID SNOW. CLEVER AND DEEPLY FELT LYRICS TAKE US ON A JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY OF THE STRENGTH AND COURAGE OF THE HUMAN HEART.

DAVID CREATIVE "BREAKOUT" SONGS FOR THE SOUL!!!! POSITIVE MUSIC!

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DAVID CREATIVE: Contact
SINGER/SONGWRITER MICHAEL DAVID DAVID CREATIVE
174 W. FOOTHILL BLVD. #338
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626-357-5262
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"BREAKOUT" CD BY DAVID CREATIVE

Excitement is growing as more people hear these dynamic and beautifully crafted songs! Blending the singer/songwriter brilliance of michael david and david snow, laying down these virtuous performances of their group, david creative, gives the listener a journey of vision, power, and hope .... what stays with us are the clever lyics and toe tapping melodies. these tunes bridge the pop/rock/ and new age genres, david creative has been hailed as "destined to be a new age smash" ! don't deprive yourself of the strength, confidence and joy you will gain from these songs ... "celebrate your life" ... and start by getting deep into this empowering cd
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Keep On Walking
David Creative)
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Celebrate Your Life
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The Distant Line
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The Now
David Creative)
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Change in the Tides
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Love Always
David Creative)
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Tribute
David Creative)
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A Big Helping Hand
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DAVID CREATIVE: News

BREAKOUT IS RELEASED - November 25, 2006

AMAZING NEW AGE GROUP, DAVID CREATIVE, HAS RELEASED THEIR NEW AND COMPELLING CD, BREAKOUT.IN A STUNNING DIGI-PACK FEATURING A MAGICAL COVER SHOWING A POWERFUL KILLER WHALE MORPHING INTO A MIGHTY ANGEL, WHICH MICHAEL DAVID HAS COINED, THE "ORCANGEL" ... THIS IMAGE IS CARRIED OUT ALL THRUGH THE ALBUM. MEANINGFUL QUOTES AND IMAGES LEAD TO THE MUSIC ITSELF ... ACCORDING TO THE LEGENDARY BILLY FREEDOM, THESE SONGS ARE, "DESTINED TO BE A NEW AGE SMASH!!!" DAVID CREATIVE''S MUSIC HAS A CATCHY AND SINGABLE QUALITY WITH LUSH AND COMPELLING RHYTHMIC AND INSTRUMENTAL THEMES, FEATURING "EAR AMBROSIA" BY THE INFAMOUS DAVID SNOW. CLEVER AND DEEPLY FELT LYRICS TAKE US ON A JOURNEY OF DISCOVERY OF THE STRENGTH AND COURAGE OF THE HUMAN HEART. FROM LOVE AND REDEMPTION IN "CHANGE IN THE TIDES", TO FOCUS AND COMMITMENT IN THE TITLE SONG, "BREAKOUT", THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL EXAMPLE OF HOW GREAT ORIGINAL MUSIC AND INSPIRING LYRICS CAN COME TOGETHER TO "CELEBRATE" LIFE! THE MUSICAL STYLE HERE RANGES FROM THE ROCK ANTHYM FEELING OF "DISTANT LINE", TO THE COUNTRY SWING OF "A BIG HELPING HAND .... OVERALL THERE IS AN ENERGY TRANSFER GOING ON FROM THESE POTENT TRACKS RIGHT INTO OUR BLOODSTREAM .... DON'T YOU LOVE THE SMILE ON EVERYONE'S FACE WHEN THEY GET INTO THE GROOVE AND REALIZE THEY ARE PART OF DISCOVERING A MAJOR NEW SINGER/SONGWRITER IN MICHAEL DAVID ... AND GETTING HOOKED ON THE DAVID CREATIVE SOUND AND MESSAGE: LIVING YOUR BEST AND MOST POSITIVE LIFE.

David Creative is: Michael David (Songwriter/vocals) & David Snow (Producer) songwriters, lyrics & music, lead vocals and guitar! Michael David, Pirate King and Singer-Songwriter DAVID CREATIVE is a powerhouse group of musicians, sonwriters and producers led by Michael David & David Snow, that bring a fresh and upbeat feeling to the music scene. With songs and instramentals ranging from Classic Country to Ripping Rock, to Meditative New Age, there is a new GROOVE in the music world !!! Listen for them at the Movies, on TV, and on your Favorite Radio Station. Buy their Hit CD, "BREAK OUT", featuring their NEW Feel-Good Smash, "KEEP ON WALKING", at CDBABY.COM, TOWER.COM, AMAZON.COM or wherever Great CDs are sold .... or listen to their songs on this Website. Whenever you want to feel Alive, up and strong, and you need to FLY, think David Creative !!!

Michael David, Pirate King and Singer-Songwriter DAVID CREATIVE is a powerhouse group of musicians, sonwriters and producers led by Michael David & David Snow, that bring a fresh and upbeat feeling to the music scene. With songs and instramentals ranging from Classic Country to Ripping Rock, to Meditative New Age, there is a new GROOVE in the music world !!!Listen for them at the Movies, on TV, and on your Favorite Radio Station. Buy their Hit CD, "BREAK OUT", featuring their NEW Feel-Good Smash, "KEEP ON WALKING", at CDBABY.COM, TOWER.COM, AMAZON.COM or wherever Great CDs are sold .... or listen to their songs on this Website. Whenever you want to feel Alive, up and strong, and you need to FLY, think David Creative !!!

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DAVID CREATIVE WELCOMES ALL MUSIC DATABASES WITH POSTIVE MUSIC ATTACHED:

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Amazon City - A virtual Web city for women with a web directory, online mall and a unique mix of community and interesting content.

Cthonia Institute - A cyberspace retreat for women which focuses on personal growth, rational philosophy and the art of being a woman in mind, body, and spirit. No trivia or advertising.

chickclick - A hip woman-centered web portal with links to all kinds of interesting resources and web happenings.

Femina

FEMINIST.COM

FeminaNet - FeminaNet, is a list where you can ask other women online for help finding sites for your personal requests (from health questions to consumer information), academic research (statistics, biographies, current issues), and work related needs (profiles of companies, networking and technology issues). Women helping women find the sites they need - that's FeminaNet

Herspace

Janis Links

lawgirl.com - A little legal advice (including copyright info and law links) blended with arts and entertainment.

NetGuide - An excellent jumping off point and powerful search tool for women seeking information through the Internet.

Online Collection of Women's Writing and Resources

Pleiades Network

Women Connection Online - The premier community of professional women and women business owners containing current news, resource library, events calendar and lively discussions.

Women Online Worldwide

women2women - A community by women, for women, and about women. A safe place for mature, adult women to discuss real women's issues, to have fun, to network, to share problems and answers.

Women's Access - A comprehensive guide for women, to resources on the Internet.

Women's Bookshelf - The cyberplace for women's writing.

Women's Guide to the Internet

Women's Issues by Nerd World Media

Women's Resources: Multipointer Sites (Check out creator Rowan Fairgrove's home page for many more cool links.)

Women's U -

The first virtual educational community by, for and about women. Women's U. offers free and for-fee teleclasses on a variety of topics, including: finance/prosperity, spirituality, health/vitality, parenting, creativity, and business building. All classes are led by trained personal and business coaches. Women's U. also offers other opportunities for women to connect with each other, including a free newsletter and a quotecard service.

A Womyn's Place

WWWomen The Premier Search Directory for Women Online!

Category II. Women's Organizations
American Association of University Women - The online home of this 160,000 member national organization that promotes education and equity for all women and girls.

The Electra Pages

Feminist and Women's Organziations

Feminist Internet Gateway

Feminist Majority Foundation

Grandmothers For Peace International - The online home of for this non-profit organization with a mission to promote peace among ourselves and to support peace-loving groups in communities across the nation and around the world.

National Organziation for Women

Women In Business Cyberspace Field of Dreams - A networking and mentoring site for women business owners.

WomenOwned Workplaces Network - A networking site dedicated to promoting women business owners around the world.

Women's Network Australia - A networking site to support Australian women in business and connect executive and professional women worldwide.

Category III. Women's Online Magazines, Journals & Business Resources
Advancing Women - An International network and resource site for women in the workplace.

Conari Press - An independent publisher with a great selection of books written by and/or for women and feminists. We reviewed several of their titles.

Digital Women - A great jumping off resource site for women in business offering a free newsletter and a free listing in their Digital Women Directory.

Electra - An excellent source of information on a wide range of career topics including a huge jobs listings database which interacts with an online resume builder, a job search agent which sends position openings tailored to individual users via email and a job postings form for employers.

Feminist Bookstore Index

Gender-Related Electronic Forum - An extensive, alphabetical listing of publicly-accessible electronic forums (or "lists") related to women or to gender issues.

Go, girl! Magazine -An online magazine dedicated to getting women of all ages and fitness levels involved in sports, with a focus on "real" women (as opposed to models and professional athletes).

InterMountain WOMAN - A magazine dedicated to woman's voice. No diet, no romance, no stereotype. Just writing, art, and photography by women, for women.

MidLifeMentor.com - A much needed resource that provides coaching, mentoring and in-depth resources for women at midlife to enable them to re-envision the second half of their lives.

Journal of Nursing Jocularity

Kaiser Research and Information - A women-owned, research service company assisting businesswomen to develop, expand, and run their businesses through the use of research and information.

Resources for Women Business Owners - A wealth of resources and related link presented by the Women Business Owners Corporation.

RiotGrrl

ROCKRGRL

UnderWire - A slickly produced, multi-topic online magazine in which women writers reflect on their lives and the world around them.

Voices of Women

woman/Cinema~Women/cinema - The online home of a monthly newsletter offering critical essays on films that emphasize the multiplicity of feminisms throughout the world.

Wisewoman Values - Picture opening your mailbox and receiving an envelope full of product offerings, aimed at consumers who buy from socially responsible companies. That's the concept behind this website and organziation dedicated to building mailing lists of socially responsible businesses and product offerings.

Women in Business - An extensive resource site for women in business.

Women Online

Women's Web

Women's Wire

WOWFactor.com - A site offering free hosting and other web-related services for women-certified businesses with a vision of "shaping the profile of the World Wide Web by delivering content, contacts and commerce to women."

Category IV. Women's Politics & Activism
ACLU Women's Rights

American Women in Uniform - A history of their past and information for the present. Did you know that there are almost two million women veterans?

Christian Science Monitor's "Where Women Stand" series - A five-part look at women's status 150 years after the beginning of the Women's Rights Movement.

Emily's List - A Political Network for Pro-Choice Democratic Women

Empowerment Resources - A resource site dedicated to personal growth, social change, and ecology. It includes a Quick Green Guide to the Internet with over 120 links and over 180 good empowerment resource books.

Feminist Activist Resources on the Net

Feminists for Free Expression

The Guardian Newsletter - Published by Professional Options, this online newsletter details national and international environmental service trips involving research assistance, wildlife habitat restoration and preservation, rebuilding of international communities, teaching languages to other cultures.

InterActivism

The Liberated Women's Channel - Internet talk radio on women's issues and interests. Very cool. Check it out.

Naral - An organization and informational resource site dedicated to better access to more effective contraceptive options and better access to other kinds of reproductive health care and information.

ON THE ISSUES: The Progressive Woman's Quarterly - The online Website and sampler for a feminist, humanist magazine of critical thinking, dedicated to fostering collective responsibility for positive social change.

The Willendorf Pages - An excellent site dedicated to empowering women and preventing violence by embracing the fundamental human dignity and worth of each of us.

Women, INK. - Women, Ink. is a project of the International Women's Tribune Centre to market and distribute resources on women and development worldwide. The site offers a fascinating collection of the newest and best books on women and development.

Women Leaders Online

Category V. Women's Web, Online & Computer Resources
The Association for Women in Computing

Cybergrrl's World of Web

Feminism and the Net

Her Heritage Maiden Name Directory - This is a free listing and directory service for women who wish to list by themselves by their maiden name so others may find them in cyberspace.

Interntational Directory of Women Web Designers

Phenomenal Women Of The Web - This is a discussion forum, website development site and inspirational space for women all rolled into one.

Women in Technology International - A virtual home for women in technology. Through this portal type website, you can receive customized news feeds and stock quotes, voice your opinion in our weekly poll and learn about WITI events.

Web-sters' Net-Work

WomensNet

Women Online

Women's Web Construction Company

Women's U. - A virtual educational community by, for and about women offering workshops in everything from business and finance to parenting to health and sprituality.

Category VI. Women's Home, Family, Spirituality & Health Resources

Alternative Menstral Products - Eco-Logique - Safer and healthier alternatives to conventional menstral products made for and by women (reviewed in The WomanSource).

American College of Nurse-Midwives - Filled with an excellent assortment of information and links on midwifery, this is the homepage of the American College of Nurse-Midwives.

AMNESTY FOR KIDS - A Canadian-based advocacy group for sexually abused children.

Baby & You Workout for Two - The website home of an innovative, safe and rewarding new workout video designed especially for post- natal mothers and their infants.

Back to Basics - A woman-owned mail-order company for homesteaders with focus on improving the quality of food. Great resources for preserving, canning and gardening!

Bedtime-Story - A nice assortment of children's bedtime stories organized by category for busy parents. Just select on, print it off and read!

Bizy Moms! - A resource guide for the mom who wants to work at home. Created by Liz Folger, Author of, Stay-At-Home Mom's Guide To Making Money.

Cherry Valley Books - A woman-owned online catalog of children's, young adult, and parenting books with a strong emphasis on feminist and environmental literature.

Cosmetic Connection - This is an advertiser-free site devoted to informing women about cosmetics and skin care in an honest and unbiased way as opposed to the profit-driven rheotric of the cosmetic industry and multi-million dollar cosmetic companies.

Crisis Intervention Angels - The online home of a private women's club formed with the express purpose of helping women in crisis.

The CyberMom Dot Com - A home on the net for moms with modems.

Earthtribe - Mary Lee produces her own line of natural, safe, and effective aromatherapy personal care products, baby and child care products, home care products, and health aids.

Earthwise Basics Baby Products - A mother owned business offering parents exceptional quality cloth diapering products, baby slings, sheepskins, herbal skin care products, wood toys, and more. .

Family Violence Awareness Page - A resource site devoted to helping fight all forms of family violence.

Feminist Mothers at Home - An email discussion group for thinking women who choose to stay at home with their children and do something more than watch Regis and Kathie Lee.

TheFeminist Women's Health Center - A resource offering information and support to women considering abortion or women thinking about their past abortions.

Fighting Back - A site dedicated to personal protection, self-defense and safety for woman and their families.

Good Grief Rituals - Developed by Elaine Childs Gowell, ARNP, Ph.D., a psychiatric nurse practitioner, this site is dedicated to rituals, workshops and other tools for coping with grief.

kidstuff.com - An online children's store started by a Mom who wanted to to offer products that promote postive, respectful parenting and aren't overly commercial.

mama bella - An innovative and cost-effective clothing concept for pregnant women.

MediScene - A comprehensive medical information resource and search database for both patients and doctors which includes all types of women's health issues.

The Mother is Me -A forum for women who are currently defining their mothering role in contemporary society

Naturaltoys.com -A website dedicated to providing marketing programs for natural fiber toys and support for the artisans that produce them.

New Moon: The Magazine for Girls & Their Dreams

Moms Online - An online community of Mothers meeting to share support, information, encouragement and camaraderie.

Native Shop - The web site of the Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center offering health education products and "products with a message" for women's health advocates and activists.

OBGYN.net - A comprehensive and engaging web site offering a wealth of information, current articles and resources for all aspects of women's health and wellness. It includes different sections devoted to women, medical professionals and the medical industry.

Online Birth Center - An excellent resource site on midwifery, pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding with a focus on alternative and non-medicalized birthing options.

Of the Goddess - A web site of aromatherapy, essential oils & herbs, alternative health products & accessories based on ancient Goddess lore.

ParentsPlace.com - The Parenting Resource Center on the Web.

Peapods Natural Attachment Parenting Products - An innovative home-based business offering a variety of products selected to support you in your efforts at natural parenting, babywearing, and breastfeeding.

Personal Fertility Tester and Reproductive Health System - An innovative system to assist in achieving or avoiding pregnancy. We reviewed it in the Womansource.

Single Mothers By Choice - For mature single women who are considering or have chosen motherhood.

Spirituality.com - Based on the writings of Mary Eddy Baker, this Web site is brought to you by The Christian Science Board of Directors works to ensure that all people throughout the world searching for spiritual answers have access to Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Eddy’s principal work.

The Waterbirth Website - To educate parents and birth care professionals about the extraordinary value of waterbirth.

The Women's Health Boutique - The online site for a national franchise developed to meet the unique health needs of women. Perhaps you can start one in your community.

WholeFamily Center - An interactive site geared towards understanding and improving all kinds of family relationships.


Wholeliving.com - A site focused on resources and information for holistic and sustainable living.

Category VII. Wild, Wooley, Wicked & Just Plain Fun
All Men Must Die - This one you have to see for yourself. Words escape me.

Bitch - A cool zine with rants, chats and a unique collection of links. Excellent design!

Brillo Magazine - Women on the web and in your face.

Cupcake: the online magazine for bad girls

Epona's World - A beautifully constructed and historically intersting site dedicated to Epona, the ancient Celtic Horse Goddess.

Female Vocal Music WWW Site - A very comprehensive and throughly enjoyable listing (with many links) of female vocal musicians and bands of all genres. Excellent!

Feminist Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Utopia - A celebration of and discussion forum for this wonderful and often overlooked genre.

Film & Destroy - Pointed commenatary on women in film.

Goddess Art web site - Goddess Art and resources from artist Kate Cartwright.

Guerrilla Girls - A group of women artists and arts professionals who make posters about discrimination.

Guerrilla Girls - A group of women artists and arts professionals who make posters about discrimination.

Harbinger - Perspectives on and tools for the new millennium including the desert-based Phoenix Rising Retreat for women.

Journeywoman Magazine - Reviewed in the WomanSource, this is an excellent online e-zine chocked full of resources and information for women who love to travel.

LadySlipper Music - The most comprehensive Catalog & Resource Guide of Music by Women is now online.

Maxi - From the creators of Bitchmag.com comes this deliciously wicked online magazine with pointed commentary on everything from June brides to Disney.

one angry girl designs - T-shirts and more t-shirts of the radical feminist flavor.

Sacred Journeys for Womyn - A site offering journeys especially for women to reconnect to the Goddess energy at sites where she has been honored for millenia.

SeaFATtle - The online home of SeaFATle, a not-for-profit women's collective of fat feminists and their allies, dedicated to activism and support.

Soho Bevy Stories - Sohobevy is a grandmother who overcame divorce, dyslexia, bankruptcy and a move to the "Big Apple." She went from surviving to thriving and now maintains a bed and breakfast in Soho and recently opened her own website that includes Closet stories, SoHo Postcards and the Cybergranny comic strip.

Tantra.com - Tantra.com is a worldwide forum presenting discussion, information and products relating to Tantric and esoteric sexuality, sacred sex and sexual enhancement.

Women of the Road - For women motorcyclists

Women's Sports Images - From posters to trading cards, great sport's images of women in action and she's always looking for more.


Here is a list of all O Positive albums, compilations and their versions that real people posted to various public data sources.

Albums 1 - 4 of about 4

O Positive - Home Sweet Head
Tracks: 14, Disk length: 57m 45s
O Positive - Live
Tracks: 15, Disk length: 1h 3m 3s
O Positive - Only Breathing/Cloud Factory
Tracks: 11, Disk length: 46m 31s
O Positive - ToyboatToyBoAtTOYBOAT
Tracks: 10, Disk length: 44m 27s

OTHER POSITIVE MUSIC SITES FOR THE UNIVERSE

CELEBRITY NAMES WHO WOULD LOVE DAVID CREATIVE

Nilb
Callum Best
Tyra Porkchop
Nikki Fuller
Sara Underwood
Debra Beatty
Mariel Rodriguez
Tj Powers
Fran Cosgrave
Hillary Burton
Michelle Von Flotow
Charlies Angles
David Creative
Scarlett Johannsson
Shyra Deland
Nellie Furtado
Shana Moakler
Debbie Lafave
Indiana Evans
Holly M Combs
Sasha Brinkova
Mercedesashley
Carla Lamarca
Kathleen Hannah
Ileana Douglas
Shah Ruhk Khan
Shay Lynn
Navia Nguyen
Simon De Pury
Sheena Horne
Franky J
Daniele Winits
Vicki Richter
Brest Feeding
Pierce Bronson
Beyoncee
David Creative
Jason Teal
Reese Witherpoon
Eve Angelina
Cyber Junkie
Milla Jovavich
Brandi Davis
Kelis Rogers
Heywood Jablowme
Dath Vader Francine Fournier
La La Vasquez
Jon Bonjovi
Kristin_kreuk
Nich Lachey
Tom Cuise
Jooty
Sam Tyson
Gnok
Alex Pettifer
Antonio Bandaras
Drew Carry
Katarina Van Derham
Marylyn Monroe
Leonardo Dantes
Terry Summers
Megan Goode
Veronica Mayra
Melody Sweet
Emilio Esteves
Goerge Clooney
Melissa Mounds
Tyra Porkchop
Fran Cosgrave
Hillary Burton
Michelle Von Flotow
Charlies Angles
Scarlett Johannsson
Shyra Deland
Debbie Lafave
Sasha Brinkova
Sara Underwood
Debra Beatty
Mariel Rodriguez
Tj Powers
Nellie Furtado
David Creative
Bart Simpson
Tinkerbell
Hannah Montana
Betty Boop
Britney Spears
Minnie Driver
Haley Wilde
The Simpsons
Metallica
Spider Man
Nicole Sheridan
Mindy Main
Lanny Barbie
Asia Argento
Bikini
Rachel Welch
Paris Hilton
Shyla Stylez
Kendra Wilkinson
Angelina Jolie
Pamela Anderson
Allie Sin Brittney Spears
Jamie Lynn Spears
Leelee Sobieski
Julia Bond
Avy Scott
Green Day
Beyonce
Tiffany Holiday
Nikki Cox
Sativa Rose
Stormy Daniels Goofy
Shakira
Scarlett Johanson
Selma Blair
Kristin Cavallari
Jesse Jane
Paula Abdul
Katie Price Jordan
Tory Lane
Jennifer Lopez
Melissa Ford
Everybody Loves Raymond
Pat Metheny
Starsailor
Dale Earnhardt
Viggo Mortensen
Tinkerbel
Jerry Lewis
Jeff Goldblum
Weronika
Nancy Pelosi
Pinkie
Mahatma Gandhi
Farrel
Culkin
Bicep
Annette Bening
Barbeau
Al Capone
Karl Marx
Robert Redford
Toyota Camry
John Cleese Francis Ford Coppola
Mike Myers
Fazed
Steve Buscemi
Barry Bonds
Anne Frank
Davina
Lebron James
Gene Hackman
Mcdougal
Monica Lewinsky
Fernando Alonso
William H Macy
Krusty
Forest Whitaker
Marlene Dietrich
White Rabbit
Ataris
Orlowski
Steve Vai
Chewbacca
Jools Dimebag
Di Stefano
Hugh Laurie
Steve Smith
Wayans
David Gilmour
Left Eye
Padme
Marc Van Linden
Mark Foley
Roxie
Sorvino
Akon
Topher
Hotrod
Emma Thompson
Patrick Stewart
Christopher Lee
Don Giovanni
Candie
Jack White
Sinead O Connor
Everybody Loves Raymond
Pat Metheny
DAVID CREATIVE
Starsailor
Dale Earnhardt
Jerry Lewis
David Creative
Weronika
Farrel
Culkin
Al Capone
Karl Marx
Viggo Mortensen
Tinkerbel
Jeff Goldblum
Nancy Pelosi
Pinkie
Mahatma Gandhi
Bicep
Annette Bening
Barbeau
John Cleese
Everybody Loves Raymond
Dale Earnhardt
Viggo Mortensen
Tinkerbel
Jeff Goldblum
Weronika
Pinkie
Culkin
Barbeau
Karl Marx
Spider Man
Nicole Sheridan Mindy Main
Lanny Barbie
Asia Argento
Bikini
Rachel Welch
Paris Hilton
Shyla Stylez
Kendra Wilkinson
Angelina Jolie
David Creative
Pamela Anderson
Allie Sin Brittney Spears
Jamie Lynn Spears
Leelee Sobieski
Julia Bond
Avy Scott
David Creative
Green Day
Beyonce
Tiffany Holiday
Nikki Cox
Sativa Rose
Stormy Daniels

Postive Music: It exists to promote and advance positive music. Postive Music is about seeing music not only as entertainment but as a means of creating positive change in the world. We encourage artistic integrity and social responsibility. People drawn postive music often are interested in subjects like personal development, empowerment, social transformation and peace, and in creating healthy environments, relationships and communities.

A primary goal is to establish as a new musical group called David Creative a of positive msuic while providing the largest collection of David Creative's music anywhere.

What is Positive music?

Positive music is any style that conveys positive or constructive messages. It celebrates and embraces life. It is often music that heals, inspires, educates or enlightens. It is life affirming and inclusive. It may be spiritual, but not religious. It’s music of, and for, the soul. It’s not about denying negativity or problems, but rather seeing everything, and then choosing to focus on what you want.

Positive Music

The Bible commands us: “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life” (Proverbs 4:23). Jesus also tells us: “For out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks. The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in him, and the evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in him” (Matt. 12:34-35). For young adults, music plays a huge role in whether or not our hearts are filled with good or evil.

Today we’re blessed to have many positive music alternatives to mainstream artists, styles, and bands. Are you a new listener to Christian music and are wondering what type of music fits your style? Check out the following list of positive alternatives to your favorite secular music.

TOP 40 & POP
RAP & HIP HOP
PUNK & HARDCORE
CLASSIC ROCK
R & B
ROCK
COUNTRY
SWING
SKA
TECHNO
DANCE
REGGAE

TOP 40 & POP

Alanis Morrissette Rebecca St. James, Jeni Varnedeau, Deborah Fatow
Backstreet Boys Plus One, Jake, True Vibe
Billy Joel Mark Shultz
Celine Dion Lisa Bevill
Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears V'enna, Stacy Orrico, Aurora, Divinity, Zoegirl
Dave Matthews Band Fringe
Destiny's Child Zoe Girl, Aurora, Stacie Orrico
Enya Iona, Maire Brennan
Fiona Apple Deborah Fatow, Nichole Nordeman
Gloria Estefan Jaci Velasquez, Amy Grant, Rachael Lampa
Hanson Squirt, Nikki Leonti
Indigo Girls Jennifer Knapp, Clear, Bebo Norman, Caedmons Call
Janet Jackson Tammy Trent
Jennifer Lopez Jaci Velasquez, Amy Grant, Rachael Lampa
Jessica Simpson V'enna, Stacy Orrico, Aurora
Jewel Rebecca St. James, Jeni Varnedeau, Bebo Norman, Caedmons Call
John Mayer Andrew Peterson, Switchfoot
Lilith Fair Ginny Owens, Larue, Kendall Payne
Mandy Moore V'enna, Stacy Orrico, Aurora
Mariah Carey Amy Morriss, Cindy Morgan
Michael Bolton Bob Carlisle
N SYNC Plus One, Jake, True Vibe
Natilie Imbruglia Christine Glass
Natalie Merchant Clear, Jennifer Knapp, Bebo Norman, Caedmons Call
Pop Mercy Me, Watermark
Ricky Martin Andrew Carlton, Katinas, Salvador
Santana Salvador
Sarah Mclaughlin, DIDO, Nancy Griffith Sixpence None The Richer, Larue, Kendall Payne, Jennifer Knapp, Sara Groves
Savage Garden Ash Mundane
Shawn Colvin Susan Ashton
Shawn Mullins Eli, Darryl Evans
Sheryl Crow Out Of The Grey, Clear, Carolyn Arends, Jennifer Knapp, Larue
Tori Amos Michelle Tumes, Sarah Jalin
112 Winans Phase II
2 Live Crew Str8 Young Gangstaz, Brother Marquis
3RE Deep Space 5
50 Cent, Hardcore Rap L.G. Wise
Arrested Development Gotee Brothers
Black Rob Playdough
Big Tymers Christcyde
Busta Rhymes Pettidee
Bone Thugs N Harmony T Bone, Brothuz Grimm
Cash Money, Juvenile, BG DCP, LG Wise, FTF
C-Murder Lil Raskull, Prime Minister
Cee-lo Pettidee
Coolio God's Original Gangstaz
D12 Brent Jones & T.P. Mobb
D’Angelo Montrell Darrett
DJ Clue DJ Allstar
DJ Kid Capri DJ Frankie Cutlass
DJ Quick Lil Raskull, Prime Minister, J-Silas
Dogg Pound L.P.G.
DMX, Mystikal, Ja Rule Pettidee, L.G. Wise
Dr Dre Crow, Smooth
Dru Hill Men of Standard
Eminem KJ52, T-Bone, Sackcloth Fashion, John Reuben, Epic
Everlast John Reuben
Fat Joe Raphi
Fugees Brothuz Grimm
Funkmaster Flexx DJ Maj
Gangstarr Charles Woolfork
Geto Boys Nuwine
Ginuwine Greg O’Quinn
Goodie Mob Str8 Young Gangstaz
Hip Hop Grits
Ice Cube Gospel Gangstaz, Jah Word
IMX 4th Elemynt
Jadakiss Hezekiah Walker
Jagged Edge Souljahaz
Ja Rule Corey Red
Jay Z Sev Statik, Future
Joe Donnie McClurkin
Juvenile Man Child
KC & Jo Jo Dawkins & Dawkins
Kurupt R.O.A.R.
Lathon Tonex
Lil Bow Wow LiL Raskull, Lil I Roc
Lil Kim Sistah Dee
LL Cool J. Urban D.
Llyod Banks, G-Unit Future
The Lox Gospel Gangstaz
Ludacris DCP, Easop
Lynch Mob K2S
Masta Ace BIG J
Master P Prime Minister, Nuwine, Prime Minister, L.G. Wise
MC Breed Idol King
Method Man The Ambassador
Missy Elliot JAZ
Mobb Deep Grits
Mystikal FTF
NAS New Breed
Nelly Tre-Z,
Notorious B.I.G. B.B.Jay
NWA Gospel Gangstaz
Outkast LG Wise, T Bone, DCP. Mars Ill
P Diddy Kirk Franklin
Pharcyde John Reuben
Rage Elle ROC
Red Man Breathe Eazy
Scarface J Roc, Lil Raskull, Prime Minister, Nuwine
Silkk the Shocker Chozen Dacyplez
Sisqo Deitrick Hadden
Snoop Dogg Lil Raskull, T-Bone, K2S
Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek Ill Harmonics
Tech9ne D.O.G. Squad
Three6Mafia Righteous Riders
Tony Touch DJ Skillspinz
Too Short DCP
Tribe Called Quest Camp Quest
Trick Daddy Sintax
Tupac LG Wise, T Bone, K2S, Nuwine
Usher Fred Hammond
Warren G. The Priesthood
Will Smith Knowda Verbs
West Side Connection CMC’s
Wu-Tang KIIS, Dirt, The Cross Movement, Tunnel Rats
Xzibit Gibraan
PUNK & HARDCORE
311, Rage Against the Machine Spoken, Pax 217, Justifide, Earthsuit
AFI The Blamed
Alice In Chains Disciple, Bride, Gryp
David Creative
Badbrains Zao
Bad Religion Society's Finest
Black Flag Crashdog
Blink 182, American Hi-FI, New Found Glory Twotimer, Broken Cedars, Relient K, Hangnail, Watashiwa, Sick of Change
Blues Traveler Daily Planet
Buchcherry, Acidc X-Sinner
Creed 12 Stones, Kutless, Big Dismal
Deftones Like David, Beanbag
The donnas The Temper Tantrums
Emo or Indie Punk Style Further Seems Forever, Twothirtyeight, Juliana Theory
Glassjaw Emery, Spoken, Kids In The Way
Godsmack Eternal Decision
Goth Savior Machine; Illuminandi
Green Day Twotimer, Sidewalk Slam, Ace Troubleshooter
Jimmy Eat World Sanctus Real
Kid Rock Disciple
Korn / Limp Bizkit EDL, Project 86, Pod, Pillar, Gryp
Linkin Park Pax 217, EDL, Pillar, Beanbag, 38th Parallel
Marilyn Manson Massivivid, Rackets and Drapes, Gryp, AP2, Skillet
Metallica Lament, Precious Death, Deliverance, Eternal Decision, Tourniquet
Ministry Chatterbox
Nine Inch Nails Massivivid, Argyle Park, AP2, Skillet, Wyrick
Nirvana Switchfoot, Dogwood (Punk Version)
Offspring Crux, Blames, All Wound Up, Dogwood
Orgy Skillet
Pantera Living Sacrifice, Mortification Ultimatum, Strongarm, Embodyment, Travail, Disciple
Pearl Jam Strange Occurrence, Big Dismal
Pennywise All Wound Up, Dogwood
Punk Rawk All Wound Up, Dogwood, Sidwalk Slam; The Comeback Kid
Rage Against The Machine Project 86, POD, Every Day Life, Spoken, EDL, Krutch, Thousand Foot Krutch, 40 pt, Pillar, CR-33
Rage, Limp Bizkit Thousand Foot Krutch, Pillar, 40DT, Seventh Vision, POD, Project 86, 38th Parallel
Ramones, Old School Punk, Social Distraction War Rocket Ajax, The Huntingtons
Rancid The Dingees
Rob Zombie (White Zombie) Zao, Tourniquet, Project 86
Sepultura Living Sacrifice, Mortification Ultimatum, Strongarm, Embodyment, Disciple
Seven Mary Three Strange Occurrence, Big Dismal
Slayer Zao, Mortification, Living Sacrifice, Embodyment
Slipknot Living Sacrifice, Blindside, Demon Hunter
Snapcase Anguish Unsaid
Sublime The Dingees
Sum 41 Relient K
Stabbing Westward Skillet
Stone Temple Pilots Strange Occurrence, Big Dismal
Taking Back Sunday, Thursday, Thrice Emery, Spoken, Kids In The Way
Tool Stavesacre, Like David, Disciple
Violent Femmes Calibretto 13
Weezer Cadet, Further Seems Forever
MXPX SlickShoes, Dogwood, Sidewalk Slam
80's Rock Sacred Warrior
AC/DC X-Sinner
Aerosmith Bride, Guardian, Whitecross, Lloyd
Classic Rock Parodies Apologetix
Guns N Roses Bride, Guardian, Whitecross, Lloyd
Iron Maiden Barren Cross
Metallica Eternal Decision
Motley Crue, Poison, Cinderella Squad 5-0
Rush Trytan
David Creative
Aaliyah Lexi
Alicia Keys Damita
Allure Blessed
Amil Andrea Randle
Angie Stone Dorinda Clarke Cole
Ashanti Natalie Wilson
Avant Donald Lawrence
B2K BPM
Blackstreet Youth Edition
Black Eyed Peas 1 Way
Boys II Men Primary Colorz, Take 6, Anointed
Buju Banton Papa San
Brandy Lakita, Terri Carroll, Lejuene Thompson
Carl Thomas Darwin Hobbs, Rodnie Bryant
D'Angelo Sonic Boom of Love
Deborah Cox Karen Clarke-Sheard
Destinys Child, TLC, 3LW Mary Mary, Trinitee 5:7, Out Of Eden, Stacie Orrico
DJ Mix Tapes DJ Maj
Dogg Pound Unity Klan
E-40 Coleon
En Vogue Out of Eden
EPMD Riff Raff & Enyaface
Erykah Badue Angie Winans
Eve Deleon
Faith Evans Dez
Foxy Brown Zane
Fugees Singletons
Guy Remixx
India Aria Kim Burrell
Jagged Edge, 112 The Katinas, 4th Element, Winans Phase 2
Janet Jackson Nancy Jackson
Jill Scott Lisa McClendon
Jon B. Erick Matthews
J-Lo Joann Rosario
Jurassic Five LA Symphony
KC & Jo Jo Kenoly Brothers
Kelly Price CeCe Winans
Kenny Latimore Smokie Norful
Little Mo Kelli Williams
Lost Boyz Raiderz of the Lost
Mary J Blige Gina Brown, Ametria
Mario Canton Jones
MC Eiht Sevin
Maxwell Joe Pace
Mia X Londa Larmond
Maxi Priest Delano
Mos Def Xodus
Musiq Soulchild Spiritual Pieces
Mya Stacie Orrico
Nate Dogg Deeper Than Most
Next G-Bros
N.O.R.E. Sound of the Rebirth
O.D.B. Dirt
Profyle The End
Q-Tip Delaray
Rakim Marod
R&B Kirk Franklin
Raphael Saadiq Restine Jackson
Ray J. Ray Bady
Roger Troutman Rufus Troutman
R Kelly Amani, God Quest, Take 6, Anointed
The Roots 4th Avenue Jones
Ruff Endz The Katinas
Russ Kass Antonious
Salt N Pepa Lakita, Terri Carroll
Shabba Ranks Blood Brotherz
Stereo MC's Gospel Housing Authority
Talent New Direction
TLC Trinitee 5:7
Tony, Toni, Tone Gideon Band
Toni Braxton Angie and Debbie, Yolanda Adams
Tyrese Lamar Campbell
Wyclef Pigeon John
Avril Lavigne Superchick, Jennifer Knapp
Bare Naked Ladies Rick Alitzer
Blues Traveller Daily Planet
Bush Switchfoot, Fono
The Clash The Dingees, The Huntingtons
Coldplay Juliana Theory, Elms
Counting Crows Chris Taylor
Cranberries Sixpence None The Richer
Creed 12 Stones, Seventh Day Slumber (hard Creed), Lifehouse, Third Day
Dave Matthews Band JIB, Caedmons Call, Identical Strangers
David Gray Riley Armstrong
Foo Fighters Eric Champion, Seven Day Jesus, Tragedy Ann, Red to the Lion
Garbage Plumb, Rebecca St James, Benjamin Gate
Good Charlotte Sidewalk Slam, Dogwood, All Wound Up
Goo Goo Dolls Fono, Daily Planet, Jars of Clay
Hootie and The Blowfish Third Day
Inwbus Jars of Clay
Lenny Kravitz Tait
Matchbox 20, 3rd Eye Blind, Sugar Ray Lloyd, Audio Adrenaline, Sparklepop, Polarboy, Normals
Marcy Playground Dime Store Prophets
Modern Rock DC Talk
Nine Inch Nails ErinFall
No Doubt Stereo Deluxe, Element 101, Superchick
Oasis Delirious, Kosmos Express, Newsboys, Split Level
Pearl Jam Plankeye, Seven Day Jesus, Lifehouse, Third Day
Ramones, Rancid The Dingees, The Huntingtons
REM, Train Dryve, The Waiting, Smalltown Poets, Jars of Clay
Simple Plan Sidewalk Slam, Dogwood, All Wound Up
Smashing Pumpkins Juliana Theory, Elms
Smashmouth Rick Alitizer, Five Iron Frenzy
Stone Temple Pilots Johnny Q Public, The Bleed
Third Eye Blind Audio Adrenaline
U2, The Verve, Oasis Delirious Kosmos Express, Tree 63, Sonic Flood, Newsboys, Normal Crush
Vertical Horizon PFR
The Wallflowers Big Tent Revival, Smalltown Poets, Polarboy
Weird Al Yankovic Apologetix
David Creative
Dixie Chicks Watermark
Kenny Chesney Collin Raye
LeAnn Rimes Rhonda Gunn
Male Vocalist Mid South, Paul Overstreet, Ricky Skaggs, Collin Raye
Randy Travis Ken Holloway
Shania Twain Rhonda Gunn
Vince Gill Tim Greene
Worship Country Style Mercy Me, Casting Crowns
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy The W's, Deluxetone Rockets
Cherry Poppin Daddies The W's, Deluxetone Rockets
SKA
Mighty Mighty Bosstones The Insyderz, Buck, The Supertones, Five Iron Frenzy
No Doubt Mayfair Laundry, Flight 180, Superchick
Reel Big Fish, Less than Jake Five Iron Frenzy
Rancid Five Iron Frenzy, The Supertones
Sublime Five Iron Frenzy, The Supertones
Smashmouth Insyderz, Five Iron Frenzy
Chemical Brothers Cloud to Ground, Sackcloth Fashion
Chumbawamba World Wide Message Tribe
David Morales Scott Blackwell
Depeche Mode, Erasure The Newsboys, Ian, Code of Ethics, The Echoing Green
Eiffel 65, Soft Cell Joy Electric
Ethics Crashdog
Madonna Nitro Praise, Vol 1-6
New Order World Wide Message Tribe, Fine China
Orbital Prodigal Sons, Hydro, Joy Electric, Mindbender
Pet Shop Boys The Echoing Green
Prodigy Paradigm Shift, Prodigal Sons, Virus, Prophecy of P.A.N.I.C.
Stereo MC's Gospel Housing Authority
Techno Dance Ultrabeat
Underworld Faith Massive
Reggae Papa San
Shaggy Christafari
UB40, Shaggy, Baha Men Christifari, Temple Yard, Channelsurfers, Christ Fa Real
Alanis Morrissette Rebecca St. James, Jeni Varnedeau, Deborah Fatow
Backstreet Boys Plus One, Jake, True Vibe
Billy Joel Mark Shultz
Celine Dion Lisa Bevill
Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears V'enna, Stacy Orrico, Aurora, Divinity, Zoegirl
Dave Matthews Band Fringe
Destiny's Child Zoe Girl, Aurora, Stacie Orrico
Enya Iona, Maire Brennan
Fiona Apple Deborah Fatow, Nichole Nordeman
Gloria Estefan Jaci Velasquez, Amy Grant, Rachael Lampa
Hanson Squirt, Nikki Leonti
Indigo Girls Jennifer Knapp, Clear, Bebo Norman, Caedmons Call
Janet Jackson Tammy Trent
Jennifer Lopez Jaci Velasquez, Amy Grant, Rachael Lampa
Jessica Simpson V'enna, Stacy Orrico, Aurora
Jewel Rebecca St. James, Jeni Varnedeau, Bebo Norman, Caedmons Call
John Mayer Andrew Peterson, Switchfoot
Lilith Fair Ginny Owens, Larue, Kendall Payne
Mandy Moore V'enna, Stacy Orrico, Aurora
Mariah Carey Amy Morriss, Cindy Morgan
Michael Bolton Bob Carlisle
N SYNC Plus One, Jake, True Vibe
Natilie Imbruglia Christine Glass
Natalie Merchant Clear, Jennifer Knapp, Bebo Norman, Caedmons Call
Pop Mercy Me, Watermark
Ricky Martin Andrew Carlton, Katinas, Salvador
Santana Salvador
Sarah Mclaughlin, DIDO, Nancy Griffith Sixpence None The Richer, Larue, Kendall Payne, Jennifer Knapp, Sara Groves
Savage Garden Ash Mundane
Shawn Colvin Susan Ashton
Shawn Mullins Eli, Darryl Evans
Sheryl Crow Out Of The Grey, Clear, Carolyn Arends, Jennifer Knapp, Larue
Tori Amos Michelle Tumes, Sarah Jalin
Stabbing Westward Skillet
Stone Temple Pilots Strange Occurrence, Big Dismal
Taking Back Sunday, Thursday, Thrice Emery, Spoken, Kids In The Way
Tool Stavesacre, Like David, Disciple
Violent Femmes Calibretto 13
Weezer Cadet, Further Seems Forever
MXPX SlickShoes, Dogwood, Sidewalk Slam
AC/DC X-Sinner
Aerosmith Bride, Guardian, Whitecross, Lloyd
Classic Rock Parodies Apologetix
Guns N Roses Bride, Guardian, Whitecross, Lloyd
Iron Maiden Barren Cross
David Creative
Metallica Eternal Decision
Motley Crue, Poison, Cinderella Squad 5-0
Rush Trytan

Power Of David Creative Positive Music

In a world bombarded with negative images, on TV, in movies, in music, not to mention real life, David Creative has made a commitment to be a positive influence, by releasing Breakout. The mission is to create & compile music of a positive, motivational and/or uplifting nature and make it available under the label on CDs, on the internet, and in live performance.

The goal is to give an alternative category for families, individuals and organizations who seek positive, colorblind music of all genres. David Creative's plan includes the release of many postive music type compilations and live performance series on a regular basis.

Music Speaks Louder Than Words on a positive level has been a theme for several International Songwriter and Peace conference events including the Soviet American Songwriter Summit and the 1st annual Salute to the American Songwriter. These songs have served to inspire thousands, and are part of this 2001 CD release and concert series. Help us encourage, create and inspire positive attitudes by adding a concert for your community.

Musical genres often convey certain attitudes and themes. Pop music often speaks of love and relationships. Rock music shouts defiance. Country aches of heartbreak. Rap expresses anger. Blues communicates hard times. A new genre of music is emerging that includes all these styles but with a distinct message and attitude. It's called positive music.

From Christina Aguilera's "Beautiful" and Simon and Garfunkels' new "Citizen of the Planet," to indie songs like "Waking Up," "If I Were Brave," and "Right This Moment," songs with positive messages are beginning to gain popularity across the country. Already millions of Americans listen to music that could be classified as "positive" – New Thought, New Age, Inspiring/Motivational, Ambient, Spiritual. And the Positive Music if David Creative Positive music is an eclectic blend of music from mainstream and independent musicians, presenting a message of the goodness and potential within each of us. It celebrates and embraces life. It's music to appreciate, and perhaps improve the quality of, one's life. It is life affirming, constructive and inclusive. It may, as defined by spiritual, but not religious.

Positive music often inspires and empowers people to feel good, to contribute, to bring out the best in themselves. It can now be heard on the Internet by David Creative, where he believes it will have the largest collection of positive music in the world. The vision and passion of David Creative and his positive music together with good lyrics is going to "Breakout" and show the world. It's a new genre of music to acknowledge and promote the positives of the world. David Creative's music and performances are in a wide range of musical styles — from pop, rock, jazz and blues, to folk, spiritual, Latin, and even rap — all with the desire to spread a message of peace, unity, and empowerment.

This music is not telling people how to live their lives. Its primary message is to encourage us to feel good about our lives and to open up to the greater potential that is a part of each of us.

There is a desire in America and elsewhere for more positive media. There's a growing understanding that what we focus on becomes our reality. Why not start with the kind of music we listen to? Why not create and listen to music that speaks to what's good in our lives, to what is possible, to what we all share as human beings.

Songs are like mantras. When we hear things over and over again we begin to experience those messages and feelings in our own lives. I think we're all feeling like we want to experience more peace, more purpose, more connection to the world around us.

Good versus Evil

Buddhism is Simplicity Itself

For many centuries, Buddhist monks have been sent to many areas, one by one, in all possible directions to all parts of the world, to teach their religion to others. Their only possessions are the robes they wear and their begging bowls. Many of the younger monks worry about how to survive during these trips but they all received the same very simple advice: “Spread the word, do not fear for yourself, open yourself to the world and live from love. You can achieve this by giving to the world, instead of taking from it. Study yourself, which means the same as forget yourself”.

Buddhism is simplicity itself. It is going back to basics where often problems can be solved simply, even large global problems. One of these global problems is the fight of good against evil. There is a Buddhist approach to this which is surprisingly very simple and which also has the solutions at hand. For Buddhism is based on the good-evil conflict, formed by opinions and beliefs, which each of the individual opponents of good and evil often completely contradict.

Bush and bin Laden, Both Fighting Evil

Here is a perfect example using the American democratic president George W. Bush and the Saudi-born terrorist and Al Qaeda group leader Osama bin Laden.

According to them, they both represent good fighting evil.

According to himself and his followers, it is President Bush who is representing the good, meaning freedom, justice and democracy. He fights against evil, meaning the Islamic extremists who are making terrorist attacks by a jihad or “holy war”, to stop the West invading their Muslim world.

To defend themselves, the Americans are killing Islam terrorists but also thousands of innocent Muslim men, women and even children. Apart from the biggest dramas which occurred during the first Gulf war and in Afghanistan, the war in Iraq keeps on demanding these innocent Muslim lives.

Bin Laden, on the other hand, represents, according to himself and his followers, the good, the Muslim world. He also fights against evil, meaning in his case the Americans and all of their allies, who are invading and occupying the Muslim territories, using corruption, violence and domination. To defend themselves, the Muslims kill American soldiers but also thousands of innocent western men, women and even children. Apart from the biggest drama of the September 11 terror attacks on the U.S., suicide bombers and all kinds of terrorist attackers keep on claiming innocent Western lives.

Also, Bush and bin Laden want to purify the world by eliminating evil. This was also the strategy of other leaders of world history such as Mao Tse Tung, Stalin and Hitler. They also represented (according to themselves) the good which had to eliminate the evil. Theoretically it is very possible but the only real problem here is the exact description of the good and the evil. This has resulted in one of the most important sources of why evil exists in the world and the human attempt to destroy evil.

The most frightening aspect is that everybody, including you and me, actually like the hard battle between good and evil. In every movie, story and game there are the bad guys: impolite, merciless, maniacal bastards. Because they are killing people, often innocent people, it is also OK to kill them, usually in a bloody and terrifying way. Because we always represent the good and they represent the evil, killing seems to be justified. Even in present day realistic world, the media have the “sell” this good versus evil scenario to be successful and to use this never-ending cycle of hate, war and destruction for commercials success.

The 3 Roots of All Evil

Buddhism gives us the exact description of evil. According to Buddhism, evil is no essence or substance on its own but the product of impermanent courses and conditions. The 3 roots of the end concept of “evil” are greed, ill will and delusion.

GREED is wrong; it could, for example, be the original trigger for the Americans to control the oil supplies in Muslim countries. That makes it indirectly the basic course of terrorist attacks.

Concerning ILL WILL, the old Buddhist laws say that the hate in this world is never appeased by ill will but ill will is always appeased by love. Thereby also bad memories are harboured, only strengthening ill will.

Fundamental DELUSION is, according to Buddhism, the wrong feeling of separation from the world and the people in it. It involves manipulation of others in order to get what we want, which causes resentment for both.

These 3 roots of evil (greed, ill will and delusion) only have negative results. They are also intertwined so they can not be separated from each other.

What, according to Buddhism, also can not be separated is good and evil. You will understand this abstract view very quickly. To be good, you first have to get to know evil and from then on constantly fight evil to stay good. That is also the same system with other contrary positions, such as rich and poor. To appreciate richness, it’s good that you were poor once before. Then you also have to fight the prospect of poverty constantly. Also living a pure life can only be reached to avoid impurity constantly. In good versus evil, it can cost human lives.

World Peace Theoretically Possible

To eliminate evil, it is necessary to eliminate its 3 roots, which are greed, ill will and delusion.

GREED MUST BECOME GENEROSITY, which is easy reachable. It needs some discipline and the attitude of “enough is enough”. Sharing with others should solve many problems all over the world.

ILL WILL MUST BECOME LOVING KINDNESS, meaning that is not ill will which determines that you’re always on the good side, as Abrahamic religions do.

DELUSION MUST BECOME WISDOM, which means building up self-knowledge so that you understand exactly its motivations.

This wisdom also contains the understanding that “nobody is an island” and that we all dependent on others. We are a part of each other, different facets of the same jewel which is called earth. Out of these laws of dependability exist love in a wide sense, emphasizing compassion, generosity and loving kindness. We all form a community of subjects with a web of interactive processes. That means that we are responsible for each other, even for the ones we hate, including delusion-filled terrorist and their accomplices. If delusion becomes wisdom, for example, the answer to the crucial question of why Muslims hate Americans can be found.

Fear is a Determining Factor for Wars and Conflicts

There are still more changes needed to make world peace theoretically possible.

Angriness is not a source emotion, rather a kind of smoke-screen emotion for fear. To show fear in modern culture is seen as a sign of weakness. Still, it is this fear which triggers aggression and violence. This will make you understand conflicts much better. Americans fear Muslims terrorists and Muslim terrorist fear Americans.

TAKING AWAY THE FEAR will also take away the aggression and the violence. If fear increases, so does the aggression. The solution is to tap into the heart of it all and take away the fear. Suicide bombers aren’t afraid to die because they believe in paradise. In that case it is better to put fear in their minds and take away their belief in the hereafter and the promise of paradise. If they realize that painful and terrible death is awaiting them and that this is the very end, there would be less suicide bombers prepared to die.

In all of us is a thin line between good and evil. This is why Buddhism suggests INDIVIDUAL INTER DISARMING by analysing the battle between good and evil independent of own ideals and religions. RELIGIOUS TOLLERANCE is a necessity and especially UNCOUPLING FROM POLITICTS AND RELIGION. The 9/11 attacks were obviously political deeds inspired by religion. By focussing on the intersection between religion and politics, good an evil can be better comprehended. Muslims don’t want Western colonisation and domination. Allah is their god of justice and they want to keep it that way. Separating law and religion for them is out of the question. Further more, Islamites believe that everything belongs to God so that Westerns capitalism is the complete opposite, so Americans steal from their God. To make the difference between good and evil WE ARE DEPENDENT ON OURSELVES and not dependent on supernatural forces and the help of gods. World peace is possible, more than just theoretically. Conflicts with historic roots, religions and wrong descriptions of good and evil, passed on from generation to generation, make it much more difficult.

Mourning over Terrorists and their Victims

The Buddhist attitude distinguishes the sinner from the sin. The minds of war-making world leaders and terrorists are often overwhelmed by greed, ill will and delusion. Despite that, they still have a Buddhist nature and still can realize the evil of their actions. Buddhists try to atone for them by mourning over the deaths of the terrorists as well as of the deaths of their victims. It has to be mentioned clearly that Buddhism sees no justification in the killing of thousands of innocent Western victims during, for example, the 9/11 attacks and that the guilty ones must go on trial. This is important not only for those people who suffered from it but also for the global community. Such attacks must be stopped. Also the retaliation which killed thousands of innocent Muslim victims are without any justification. The whole cycle of violence must be broken. Violence does not solve violence, it never did and it never will. An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. If men keep on retaliating and avenging both sides of every conflict, destructive wars are going to lead a life on their own. That way, for example, the massive U.S. retaliation has brought on a new generation of suicide bombers and terror group leaders, all eager to play their part in the holy war. If we do see and realize the intertwined roots of all this evil, inclusive of our own responsibility and noticing the good things out of the present conflicts, it could prevent future conflicts. By studying good versus evil, world peace is possible in theory; which is still a hopeful start for our future generations and that is your and my responsibility.

Example of a “Self Improver”

Making a Good Last Impression

Making a good first impression is of huge importance and very decisive in the future relationship of a person you meet for the first time.

But making a good last impression is of the same huge importance in order to keep the relationship going smoothly, every time you leave them, over and over again.

Leaving the person behind toward the end of the conversation with a positive promise makes them look forward to meet you again soon.

It is the perfect last impression when you have taken the final goodbye with a good joke, so there is laughter, even after you have left your companion. That is how they will remember you.

Never leave people behind with unfinished business, a quarrel, negative remarks, unfair or unjustified criticism or remind them that a certain problem still exists. This would be a bad last impression that only will get worse during your absence over time. That’s because there is nobody around to defend your point of view. There surely will times when you want or leave a boring meeting or some disturbing people earlier than planned. To retreat yourself without falling into that last bad impression, here are some possibilities to end a meeting earlier with a good last impression.

Let them know beforehand that you have to leave sooner or that your presence is limited before the meeting starts. That can be done by fax, letter or email or simply mention this at the very beginning of the meeting. But be sure that you give your earlier retreat a very important reason, which others will accept as being important enough to leave them for it earlier than planned, even if it is not completely true.

Every host will understand, for example, a once-yearly ceremony, event or a critical condition of a family member in hospital as a reason to leave. That way you still make a clean getaway. But even this kind of early departure will have to be done with a positive and good last impression by a positive promise and a laugh.

This system is important for keeping long term relations going and works for friends, family members and business partners, whether you like them or not.

Paul McCartney : ”I’m Kind of ordinary”

Lennon-McCartney: a Rival Cooperation

The Beatles made history and became extremely popular and famous. They did their last world tour in 1966 but the Beatle-hits became classics and survived the hard teeth’s of time.

Almost all of the greatest Beatle hits were writhen by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Paul is in the meantime a fresh looking man in his sixties (born in …….), who we can find still working in his London office with behind him a wall flour-to-ceiling full of gold and platinum records. These records only have a symbolic value and in principle can not be played. But Paul McCartney does remember at times when The Beatles received their first golden album “Please Please Me”. They took it home and listen to it. It played all right but it was music from their rivals The Rolling Stones.

Every time Paul was writhing songs, a kind of magic was around which is a kind of destiny spiritual magic, nothing to do with God or something supernatural magic. This if for Paul himself an unexplainable magic but it sure is more than welcome and it helped him to write a long list of world hits. During the Beatle period wrote Paul McCartney almost all of the songs together with John Lennon. Although all of the four Beatles had already a very strong relationship, it gave this specific relation between John and Paul an extra strong dimension. They were both cool, enormously driven and had an intense desire to success which that could be reached by their songs. Lennon and McCartney wrote a total of 194 Beatle songs. A few more unpublished songs, they have made even before the Beatles period.

A normal writing session took about 3 hours for John and Paul. The most amazing fact about it was that after every session, they finished a complete song. About 200 days, Paul sat with John and they always had fun with not even 1 dry moment. The same magic was around out but it have to be mentioned that those two were enormously good in what they we doing. The love for music they developed into skill. When Paul brought in a song, John stiffens a bit and when John brought in a song, Paul stiffens. It became a stairway of achievement, rather than a normal plateau out. This collegial friendly competitive rivalry cooperation was healthy and brought the best out of the two writers every time again into one super product.

Still in War with Yoko Ono

The healthy Lennon-McCartney rivalry became rather unhealthy during the Beatles split and their business disputes. Both friends had decided long before on a temporary basic, to put both names as Lennon/McCartney. John’s name came first because it sounded better and it was an alphabetical order.

But with the “Yesterday” song, Paul insisted to put his name first and to break the temporary agreement about the names follow order. So at first on the “Yesterday” song, it was planned to mention “by Paul McCartney and John Lennon”. The song was original played by an unknown pianist in a restaurant where both friends often came. That’s the reason why John claimed that he had nothing to do with this song and finally alone Paul’s name suppose to come under it as a solo project. But Yoko Ono, who has been passes the legal rights and the power, refused to accept this agreement. This started a whole thing which questioned who exactly wrote the “Yesterday” song. Both friends singed every song, rather it is from John of from Paul as “Lennon/McCartney”.

“Fool on the Hill”, “Hey Jude” and “Let it be” for example, were Paul’s idea and still both names were mentioned on it. But Yoko on the other hand does publish numbers only mentioning John Lennon. “Yesterday” was the very first song which made Yoko Ono and Paul McCartney on a foot of war over author’s rights. The last words about this business dispute aren’t said at all. But nothing and nobody ever can disturbed the respect and brother love that Paul McCartney had and always will have for John Lennon, a band for eternity.

“If Linda was Alive, I’ll be Dead Meat”

The first period after Linda’s tragically dead, she dead at ………

Paul was rowing a whole year. Than he suddenly started working very hard. The album “Run Devil Run” came out which was also Linda’s desire when she was still alive. “The CD Collection of the Beatles nr 1 Singles” sold 22 million copies worldwide. Paul wrote “The Beatles Anthology Book”, also he publish a coffee table book “Paul McCartney Paintings” and black Bird Singing”, full of poetry and lyrics. Also a 2 hours documentary about Wings and a CD with Wings greatest hits appeared. Finally McCartney’s solo album “Driving Rain” came out, all of this happened within a 2 years period. After that Paul get his life power back and saw a bright future ahead.

Paul went to an award ceremony in London which gave rewards to people with courage and doing good things for others. He gets in contact with this organisation via Princess Diana. Heather Milis received on that evening an award, she herself lost a leg below the knee when she was hit by a motorcycle. Heather gave other amputees courage to go on with their lives, she was their example. When Paul saw Heather receiving that award, he notices she was so good looking. That was surprising because he hadn’t thought about another woman for 30 years while he was with Linda. A few business meetings follow between Heather and Paul concerning her charity work called “Adopt-a-Minefield” (www.adoptaminefield.org). Because of Heather’s abnormal youth, she missed a lot and didn’t know much about The Beatles. Paul helps her to hook up with the United Nations, they met Collin Powell about it and money gets collected from organisations like Rotary Clubs. Their business relationship changed into friendship and ended up in love. Paul liked Heather’s mix from toughness and being mild. Their romance gave Paul more creativity. Despite the happiness, he felt guilty. He taught: “Oh my gosh, I’ve had a wife for 30 years. Is it allowed? If Linda was alive, I’d be dead meat, she’d kill me. No way would I be getting away with this.” This bizarre contradiction disappeared together with the worry that the two have a difference in age from 20 years. Love and passion for each other conquered it all. Paul also knew that Linda would want him to be happy.

Staying with Both Feet’s on the Solid Ground

Paul McCartney is nowadays a fresh active six tier with sprinkling eyes and a great friendly smile. He won over the worst setbacks in life because he’s a fighter and never runs away from problems but solve them instead.

Paul McCartney is a Beatle forever and he’s proud of it. People who first met Paul and see him as a legend, millionaire and icon, have to be relaxed by the superstar himself. Although he is already for several years “sir” Paul McCartney, he prefers to dress in a colourful T-shirt, a bleu jeans and white running shoes. Paul stay’s with both feet’s on the solid ground by saying: “I’m kind of ordinary. I really am. I have the same joys and sorrows that a lot of people have”.

Luciana Pavarotti behind the Screens

Since Luciano Pavarotti began his carrier at the beginning of the sixties, he is grown out to become the world’s most famous tenor and attracted more attention towards the opera happening. But being worldwide famous does not always mean the same as being a socially skilled. The man behind the tenor, the superstar behind the screens can as well be a great human being as a complete opposite to that. Many superstars change their mask when they go from on stage to off stage, clearly also the case of Luciano Pavarotti.

It was only in 2003 that Belgian freelance journalist Dominique Trachet had the opportunity to get to know tenor Luciano Pavarotti as a human being to make an interview for the magazine “Dag Allemaal”. But getting to know Pavarotti in real life was for the journalist a very cold shower.

Dominique visited Pavarotti in his villa on the hill with view on the beach of the Italian Pesaro for a promotional interview. At that time, Pavarotti just brought out a brand new CD called ‘Ti Adoro”, his very first pop record. Pavarotti’s press chef had already given a list of taboo subjects to the journalist, absolutely not allowed to talk about during the interview. Luciano’s young women Nicoletta had given birth at a twin Alice and Ricardo of who the last mentioned not survived the birth. This was one of the subjects which could absolutely not be talked about. The press chef also did not allow the journalist to ask questions at the opera star about the difficulties with the taxman and the conflict with Pavarotti’s first woman.

But when journalist Dominique finally met the tenor Luciano Pavarotti for the very first time, it was completely opposite than that he expected. Pavarotti did not look well, even unhealthy, giving the impression of someone who was heavy on medications, although he just had coloured his eyebrows and his hair. Despite the fact that Pavarotti knew very well that it was an interview, he clearly didn’t feel liked talking to the journalist. During the whole uneasy conversation, Pavarotti did not even look once the journalist straight into the eyes. He was not unfriendly but just very close to being hostile. Every form of real friendliness, which he shows on stage, was just not around. Dominique did expect that same friendly tenor from public appearances, also in private, but that was clearly a miss calculation. Pavarotti did not interest himself at all at the on going conversation. Aside that, he gave the impression that he is a spoiled, arrogant and egocentric personality. The only moment that Pavarotti did show some friendliness was during the shooting of the photos for the article. But even that friendliness was obviously fake.

Also before shooting the photos, there were complications. The condition was that the journalist would sit in front of Pavarotti so that the tenor’s impressive hughe stomach should not be seen on the photos.

Still, Luciano Pavarotti did answer on Dominique’s question what he had learned during his life and carrier and the tenor said: “Modesty, something that took me a lot of time to learn”. Dominique asks him also what the tenor thought about the Peruan tenor Juan Diego Florez, seen by many as the new Pavarotti. The original answered: “I do not think that there ever will be another Pavarotti. I am as a human being and as singer unique”.

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Be skeptical of anyone who says he's sick of Britney Spears and Paris Hilton.

Both names are among the 10 most popular search terms this year in separate lists published recently by Yahoo, Google and Lycos.

The rankings provide a window into the public psyche. And what the public wants -- despite the wealth of online information ranging from scholarly research to classic novels -- is celebrity.

"The country is obsessed with pop culture," said Nancy Evars, who oversees Yahoo's Buzz Index, a compilation of what's hot and not among users of the Web site's search engine.

Leading Yahoo's rankings of the most-searched-for terms this year were the hit television program "American Idol," reality show and sex tape star Paris Hilton and pop singer Jessica Simpson. Singer Britney Spears and the best-selling Harry Potter series of books and movies followed.

Search companies track the most popular search terms for no other reason than they can. They also share the information with marketers. Companies use the information, sometimes in daily or hourly installments, to gauge how well their advertising is doing and to measure consumer interest in a product.

Rankings are published online as often as once a week for the public to see.

On Google, the top search queries for 2004 included Spears, Hilton, singer Christina Aguilera, actress Pamela Anderson and the term "chat."

On Lycos, the people inspiring the most queries were Spears, Hilton, Janet Jackson, "American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken and Nick Berg, the American who was beheaded in Iraq earlier this year.

America Online and Ask Jeeves have published similar lists, with only slightly different findings.

"It's easy to look at the list and say that it is a result of pimply faced teenage boys trying to look at Janet Jackson's" breast, said Dean Tsouvalas, who compiles Lycos' search list, who points out that 75-year-old men looking for Bible passages are also punching in requests.

Janet Jackson's popularity on Lycos soared after her infamous "wardrobe malfunction" during the Super Bowl halftime show in February. Even a subsequent drop in interest couldn't keep her from claiming the top annual spot on Lycos.

Which terms make the top 10 rankings vary from company to company, depending on the interests of their users. There are also slight variations in the rules the companies follow.

Both Yahoo, in Sunnyvale, and Lycos, in Waltham, Mass., exclude sexual terms and generic words such as "weather." They generally include plurals and misspellings in the total.

Google, in Mountain View, declined to disclose its policies.

In addition to the overall annual list, the search engines compile rankings in a range of special categories. "Ugg boot" topped the popular shoe category on Google, Usher led in lyrics on Yahoo and Evanescence was the top band on Lycos.

Of course, what's a popular query one year isn't necessarily so in subsequent years. Several terms faded from the spotlight they enjoyed in 2003.

Kazaa, the online file-sharing service, was the No. 1 overall search term on both Yahoo and Lycos in 2003. This year, it was absent from the Yahoo top 10 and No. 6 on Lycos.

The drop probably reflects the changing online legal landscape. The music industry continued a crackdown on file sharing and users of services such as Kazaa in 2004.

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He mentioned eDonkey, an online file-sharing service that competes with Kazaa, the Oompah Loompah characters in the upcoming Tim Burton film, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" (a remake of "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory") and Atkins Diet, because many people want to lose weight after the holidays.



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Top searches
Some search engines compile lists of the most popular search queries. Here are some of the year-end lists for 2004: For full year-end lists, go to: www.google.com/press/zeitgeist.html; tools.search.yahoo.com/top2004/; 50.lycos.com/ and hot.aol.com/2004/index.html

Google

1. Britney Spears

2. Paris Hilton

3. Christina Aguilera

4. Pamela Anderson

5. Chat

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8. Orlando Bloom

9. Harry Potter

10. MP3.

Yahoo

1. American Idol

2. Paris Hilton

3. Jessica Simpson

4. Britney Spears

5. Harry Potter

6. WWE

7. Usher

8. NASCAR

9. NBA

10. NFL.

Lycos

1. Janet Jackson

2. Paris Hilton

3. Clay Aiken

4. Britney Spears

5. Nick Berg

6. Kazaa

7. Tattoos

8. Pamela Anderson

9. Michelle Vieth

10. Poker

The golden age of celebrity rumors may be coming to an end. As Britney Spears spreads her legs to the world and Nicole Richie gets arrested driving north in the southbound lane, truth may at last have outstripped semi-fiction. Today's celebrities have so little left to hide. But fear not, scandal-mongers! The past remains a bottomless well of salacity. In tribute, we present our picks for the forty best celebrity rumors ever. Dive in. But be careful. This stuff doesn't wash off.

Kiddie idols meet grisly end

Did you hear that Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Mario Lopez (Zack and Slater from Saved by the Bell) died in a car accident? You may have around 1993, when rumors of the stars' demise spread like wildfire across the nation's middle schools. (We won't implicate our middle school by name, but we did have an honest-to-God moment of silence in English class.) Of course, the stars of Saved by the Bell are all doing fine, and have gone on to lucrative careers in amateur porn (Dustin Diamond), amateur dancing (Mario Lopez), and amateur porn-dancing (Elizabeth Berkeley). But the public's thirst for grisly death rumors about beloved stars has not been sated; in 1999, Blue's Clues host Steve Burns suffered a "heroin overdose," and just a month ago Tom Hanks "fell off a cliff."

J. Edgar Hoover cross-dressed
FBI director J. Edgar Hoover was such a mean son-of-a-bitch it's no surprise that people whispered about him. Rumors that Hoover was gay or a cross-dresser have circulated for decades; one claim comes from Anthony Summers' 1993 biography Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover. Susan Rosenstiel, the ex-wife of liquor-industry chair Lewis Rosenstiel, claimed she had seen Hoover in a dress, stockings, heels and wig at a party hosted by gadfly lawyer Roy Cohn. This seems fairly unlikely; historian Athan Theoharis notes that anyone as secretive and power-obsessed as Hoover would never have been so blatant about a predilection that could be embarrassing. We may never know the truth.

Milton Berle had the biggest penis in Hollywood
You can die satisfied when your enormous penis has been mentioned, even tangentially, in the New Yorker. Milton Berle got just that honor, though he'd already kicked off; a 2002 story about the Friars Club memorial roast of Berle features Freddie Roman remarking, "We are here to honor Milton Berle, who passed away on March 27th. On May 1st and May 2nd, his penis will be buried." The New Yorker story is a fitting homage to Berle's colossal member, which for many years was, indeed, the talk of the town. Berle and the big penis shared many adventures; most famously, writer Alan Zweibel alleged that Berle had shown him his penis during rehearsals for his infamous Saturday Night Live appearance. Zweibel confirmed the penis's large size.

Stevie Nicks' alternate cocaine-delivery method
Supposedly, Fleetwood Mac's gypsy songstress, hoping to spare her vocal cords from her severe blow habit, got a little help from a coke-straw-bearing groupie. Nicks tends to be pretty forthright about her history of cocaine abuse, and she denies this story. But that doesn't mean that it didn't happen. We all know "Gold Dust Woman" was autobiographical, but maybe the phrase "roadie blowing coke up my ass" didn't fit the rhyme scheme.

Marisa Tomei won an Oscar by mistake
Many critics have their complaints about Marisa Tomei's Best Supporting Actress win for My Cousin Vinny in 1992 — so many, in fact, that a rumor materialized to explain it. According to lore, the presenter of the award, Jack Palance, couldn't read Vanessa Redgrave's name on the envelope and blurted out the name of the last nominee he had announced: Tomei. Other versions claim Palance uttered the wrong name because he was too stoned to know better, or because he had a crush on Tomei. Journalist Steve Pond, who covers the Oscars for Premiere, addresses the story directly in his book, The Big Show: High Times and Dirty Dealings Backstage at the Academy Awards. He writes that PricewaterhouseCoopers representatives "have very clear instructions that if a presenter opens the envelope and says the wrong name, they are to walk on stage, stop the show and announce the correct winner." Tomei quieted the chatter (somewhat) by receiving another nomination for In the Bedroom in 2001.

Walt Disney is cryogenically frozen beneath the Pirates of the Caribbean
According to rumors, Uncle Walt was many things besides the father of Mickey Mouse: a Nazi, an anti-Semite, a communist. The most persistent tale, though, is that Disney was so obsessed with immortality that he made arrangements to have himself cryogenically frozen after death. Ever since Disney shuffled off this mortal coil in 1966, popular myth has found him frozen beneath the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in California's Disneyland. Two biographies, Marc Eliot's Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince and Leonard Mosley's Disney's World, have kept this rumor alive and kicking. But though cryogenic freezing was a popular topic in the late '50s and early '60s, there's no evidence whatsoever that Disney had any specific interest or even knowledge of cryogenics, outside of dodgy anecdotal evidence. Who knows? Maybe one day Disney will be re-animated and will go on to rule the world with his legions of cartoon anthropomorphs enforcing his terrible will. We've seen Epcot Center. It's possible.

Prince Harry's father is not Prince Charles
It was clear — and tacitly accepted — that after only a few years of marriage, Prince Charles and Princess Diana were cheating on each other. Prince Harry was born in September 1984, and after the public glimpsed his puglike features and red hair, rumors began to circulate that he was the product of Diana's affair with army officer Major James Hewitt. Diana publicly admitted her liaison in 1995, but insisted that she met Hewitt too late for him to be Harry's father. Hewitt too claims that he first met Diana in May of 1986, when Harry was twenty months old. Simone Simmons, a former close friend of the Princess, wrote Diana: The Last Word, a book serialized in The Sun. In it, she clamed that Diana was forced to carry out paternity tests on both Harry and his brother, Prince William. The tests reportedly showed that both boys were fathered by Prince Charles.

Napoleon's Bonaparte is a collector's item
A number of famous penises are said to be floating about the world, having various adventures long after their owners went toes-up. John Dillinger's is said to be in the Smithsonian, and the Russian Museum of Erotica proudly boasts Rasputin's. But the Holy Grail of infamous dongs is that of Napoleon Bonaparte. Bonaparte's autopsy was performed in 1821 by his personal doctor, in the presence of seventeen witnesses, including seven British doctors and a priest. Organs removed from Napoleon included his heart, which he requested be delivered to his wife, and his stomach, which the assembled experts agreed was ridden with cancer and the cause of Napoleon's demise. Accounts of the autopsy claim the penis was small (guy couldn't catch a break), but there's no mention of its removal. In 1916, the priest's descendants sold off a collection of Naploeonic relics that included "the mummified tendon taken from Napoleon's body during the post-mortem." The memento has since changed hands a number of times; the latest story is that American urologist John Lattimer bought it at auction in 1977. Lattimer defends its authenticity today, but it's hard to disagree with Sir Arthur Keith's 1913 argument that, given the number of witnesses at the autopsy, someone probably would have noticed if his penis went missing.

POSTIVE MUSIC TOP SONGS AND DAVID CREATIVE FAVORITES

1. "OVER THE RAINBOW" JUDY GARLAND
2. "WHITE CHRISTMAS" BING CROSBY
3. 'THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND" WOODY GUTHRIE
4. "RESPECT" ARETHA FRANKLIN
5. "AMERICAN PIE" DON MCLEAN
6. "BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY" THE ANDREWS SISTERS
7. WEST SIDE STORY (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
8. "TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME" BILLY MURRAY
9. "YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN FEELIN" THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS
10. "THE ENTERTAINER" SCOTT JOPLIN
12. "ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK" BILL HALEY & THE COMETS
13. "WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN" LOUIS ARMSTRONG
14. "YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE" JIMMIE DAVIS
15. "MACK THE KNIFE" BOBBY DARIN
16. "SATISFACTION" THE ROLLING STONES
17. "TAKE THE 'A' TRAIN" DUKE ELLINGTON ORCHESTRA
18. "BLUEBERRY HILL" FATS DOMINO
19. "GOD BLESS AMERICA" KATE SMITH
20. "STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER" SOUSA'S BAND
21. "I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE" MARVIN GAYE
22. "DOCK OF THE BAY" OTIS REDDING
23. "I LEFT MY HEART IN SAN FRANCISCO" TONY BENNETT
24. "GOOD VIBRATIONS" THE BEACH BOYS
25. "STAND BY ME" BEN E. KING
26. "STORMY WEATHER" LENA HORNE
27. "JOHNNY B. GOODE" CHUCK BERRY
28. "I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND" THE BEATLES
29. "MIDNIGHT TRAIN TO GEORGIA" GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS
30. "IMAGINE" JOHN LENNON
31. "RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER" GENE AUTRY
32. "THE TWIST" CHUBBY CHECKER
33. "HAPPY TRAILS" ROY ROGERS & DALE EVANS
34. "YOUR CHEATIN' HEART" HANK WILLIAMS
35. "SWING LOW SWEET CHARIOT" FISK JUBILEE SINGERS
36. THE SOUND OF MUSIC (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
37. "'ROUND MIDNIGHT" THELONIUS MONK
38. "WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT" TINA TURNER
39. "OVER THERE" THE AMERICAN QUARTET
40. "STAR DUST" HOAGY CARMICHAEL
41. "AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'" FATS WALLER
42. "GEORGIA ON MY MIND" RAY CHARLES
43. "OH PRETTY WOMAN" ROY ORBISON
44. "EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE" THE POLICE
45. "MY GIRL" THE TEMPTATIONS
46. "HOTEL CALIFORNIA" THE EAGLES
47. "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN" BEN SELVIN ORCHESTRA
48. "STAND BY YOUR MAN" TAMMY WYNETTE
49. "TAKE FIVE" DAVE BRUBECK
50. "AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL" LOUISE HOMER
51. "WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN" PERCY SLEDGE
52. "LIGHT MY FIRE" THE DOORS
53. "STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN" LED ZEPPELIN
54. "SWEET GEORGIA BROWN" BEN BERNIE ORCHESTRA
55. "WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR" CLIFF EDWARDS
56. "YESTERDAY" / "ACT NATURALLY" THE BEATLES
57. "LOUIE LOUIE" THE KINGSMEN
58. "GOD BLESS THE CHILD" BILLIE HOLIDAY
59. "BORN IN THE USA" BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
60. "THE GIRL FROM IPANEMA" STAN GETZ/ASTRUD GILBERTO
61. "I WALK THE LINE" JOHNNY CASH
62. "THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER" JOHN MCCORMICK
63. "O HAPPY DAY" THE EDWIN HAWKINS SINGERS
64. "GREAT BALLS OF FIRE" JERRY LEE LEWIS
65. "WHAT'S GOING ON" MARVIN GAYE
66. OKLAHOMA! (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
67. "ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH" JOHNNY MERCER
68. "DON'T BE CRUEL" / "HOUND DOG" ELVIS PRESLEY
69. "ST. LOUIS BLUES" W.C. HANDY
70. "YANKEE DOODLE" VESS OSSMAN
71. "CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'" THE MAMAS & PAPAS
72. "ON THE ROAD AGAIN" WILLIE NELSON
73. "AULD LANG SYNE" FRANK STANLEY
74. "SUMMERTIME" SIDNEY BECHET
75. "THEME FROM SHAFT" ISAAC HAYES
77. "SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY" LES BROWN ORCHESTRA
78. "BLUE SUEDE SHOES" CARL PERKINS
79. "THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE" SIMON & GARFUNKEL
80. "SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT" NIRVANA
81. "IT HAD TO BE YOU" ISHAM JONES ORCHESTRA
82. "MINNIE THE MOOCHER" CAB CALLOWAY
83. "SIXTEEN TONS" TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD
84. "WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD" LOUIS ARMSTRONG
85. "FIRE AND RAIN" JAMES TAYLOR
86. "Y.M.C.A." THE VILLAGE PEOPLE
87. "HEARTBREAK HOTEL" ELVIS PRESLEY
88. "KING OF THE ROAD" ROGER MILLER
89. "I WILL SURVIVE" GLORIA GAYNOR
90. "AVE MARIA" MARIAN ANDERSON
91. "BEGIN THE BEGUINE" ARTIE SHAW ORCHESTRA
92. "LIKE A ROLLING STONE" BOB DYLAN
93. "STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE" THE SUPREMES
94. "STAYIN' ALIVE" THE BEE GEES
95. "1999" PRINCE
96. "PLEASE REMEMBER ME" TIM MCGRAW
97. PORGY AND BESS (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
98. "BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN" GENE AUTRY
99. "SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL" JOE TURNER
100. "IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT" THE FIVE SATINS
101. "KILLING ME SOFTLY WITH HIS SONG" ROBERTA FLACK
102. "FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES" GARTH BROOKS
103. "CHARLESTON" ARTHUR GIBBS & HIS GANG
104. "A TISKET A TASKET" ELLA FITZGERALD
105. "WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING" CHAUNCY OLCOTT
106. "THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN'" BOB DYLAN
107. "I FALL TO PIECES" PATSY CLINE
108. "I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU" WHITNEY HOUSTON
109. "MONA LISA" NAT KING COLE
110. "BLOWIN' IN THE WIND" PETER, PAUL & MARY
111. "PEGGY SUE" BUDDY HOLLY
112. "LEAN ON ME" BILL WITHERS
113. KIND OF BLUE (ALBUM) MILES DAVIS
114. "I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY" HANK WILLIAMS
115. "PROUD MARY" CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
116. "CAN THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN" THE CARTER FAMILY
117. "PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ" HARRY RICHMAN
118. "LAYLA" DEREK & THE DOMINOS
119. "JUMP" VAN HALEN
120. "I STILL HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR" U2
121. "WE ARE THE WORLD" USA FOR AFRICA
122. "GIRLS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN" CYNDI LAUPER
123. MY FAIR LADY (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
124. "SWANEE" AL JOLSON
125. "LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART" THE PEERLESS QUARTET
126. "MAKIN' WHOOPEE" EDDIE CANTOR
127. "THE TRACKS OF MY TEARS" THE MIRACLES
128. "I WANNA BE LOVED BY YOU" HELEN KANE
129. "PENNIES FROM HEAVEN" BING CROSBY
130. "TUTTI FRUTTI" LITTLE RICHARD
131. "BROWN EYED GIRL" VAN MORRISON
132. "I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU" THE FLAMINGOS
133. "BORN TO BE WILD" STEPPENWOLF
134. "SUPERSTITION" STEVIE WONDER
135. "BORN TO RUN" BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
136. "ON THE GOOD SHIP LOLLIPOP" SHIRLEY TEMPLE
137. "WABASH CANNONBALL" ROY ACUFF
138. "UNCHAINED MELODY" AL HIBBLER
139. "DANCING IN THE STREETS" MARTHA & THE VANDELLAS
140. "AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH" M. GAYE/TAMMI TERRELL
141. "PIANO MAN" BILLY JOEL
142. "JOY TO THE WORLD" THREE DOG NIGHT
143. "LOSING MY RELIGION" R.E.M.
144. "MY WAY" FRANK SINATRA
145. "LET'S STAY TOGETHER" AL GREEN
146. "WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS/WE WILL ROCK YOU" QUEEN
147. "PURPLE RAIN" PRINCE
148. "DANCING QUEEN" ABBA
149. A LOVE SUPREME (ALBUM) JOHN COLTRANE
150. "WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE" THE EVERLY BROTHERS
151. "SHOUT" THE ISLEY BROTHERS
152. "I GOT YOU (I FEEL GOOD)" JAMES BROWN
153. "THE THRILL IS GONE" B.B. KING
154. "ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND" THE BOSWELL SISTERS
155. "BO DIDDLEY" BO DIDDLEY
156. "BANANA BOAT (DAY-O)" HARRY BELAFONTE
157. "RING OF FIRE" JOHNNY CASH
158. "DONNA" / "LA BAMBA" RICHIE VALENS
159. "THE LION SLEEPS TONIGHT" THE TOKENS
160. "TAKE ME HOME COUNTRY ROADS" JOHN DENVER
161. "MATERIAL GIRL" MADONNA
162. "RAPPER'S DELIGHT" THE SUGARHILL GANG
163. "GOODNIGHT IRENE" LEADBELLY
164. "TEQUILA" THE CHAMPS
165. "QUE SERA SERA" DORIS DAY
166. "TURN! TURN! TURN!" THE BYRDS
167. SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (ALBUM) THE BEATLES
168. "SOUL MAN" SAM & DAVE
169. "YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE" STEVIE WONDER
170. "THANKS FOR THE MEMORY" BOB HOPE / SHIRLEY ROSS
171. "RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD" B.J. THOMAS
172. "MOON RIVER" HENRY MANCINI
173. "FREE BIRD" LYNYRD SKYNYRD
174. "MISTY" ERROLL GARNER TRIO
175. "CHANCES ARE" JOHNNY MATHIS
176. "LOVE LETTERS" KETTY LESTER
177. "I LOVE ROCK 'N' ROLL" JOAN JETT & BLACKHEARTS
178. "FAST CAR" TRACY CHAPMAN
179. "WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW" THE SHIRELLES
180. "LEADER OF THE PACK" THE SHANGRI-LAS
181. "IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR" WILSON PICKETT
182. "WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE" FRANKIE LYMON/TEENAGERS
183. "I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW" JOHNNY NASH
184. "OYE COMO VA" SANTANA
185. "COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER" LORETTA LYNN
186. "THE CAT'S IN THE CRADLE" HARRY CHAPIN
187. "MAMAS DON'T LET YOUR BABIES..." WAYLON & WILLIE
188. "THE GAMBLER" KENNY ROGERS
189. "BYE BYE BLACKBIRD" GENE AUSTIN
190. "SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES" THE PLATTERS
191. "FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT (TO PARTY)" THE BEASTIE BOYS
192. "WE ARE FAMILY" SISTER SLEDGE
193. "CLOSE TO YOU" THE CARPENTERS
194. "MAGGIE MAY" ROD STEWART
195. "NIGHT AND DAY" FRED ASTAIRE
196. "BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME" RUDY VALLEE
197. "TOM DOOLEY" THE KINGSTON TRIO
198. "THE TENNESSEE WALTZ" PATTI PAGE
199. "IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW" HAROLD MELVIN/BLUE NOTES
200. "GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD" ELTON JOHN
201. "U CAN'T TOUCH THIS" M.C. HAMMER
202. "SMOOTH" SANTANA & ROB THOMAS
203. "LIVIN' LA VIDA LOCA" RICKY MARTIN
204. "HOW GREAT THOU ART" GEORGE BEVERLY SHEA
205. "SING SING SING" BENNY GOODMAN ORCHESTRA
206. HAIR (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
207. "TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS" THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS
208. "WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE" JACKIE DESHANNON
209. "CRYING" ROY ORBISON
210. "SWEET CHILD O' MINE" GUNS N' ROSES
211. "ONE O'CLOCK JUMP" COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA
212. "DOWNTOWN" PETULA CLARK
213. "IT'S TOO LATE" / "I FEEL THE EARTH MOVE" CAROLE KING
214. "CELEBRATION" KOOL & THE GANG
215. "SO IN LOVE" THE TYMES
216. "YOU'RE SO VAIN" CARLY SIMON
217. "HEART OF GLASS" BLONDIE
218. "BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY" BILL MONROE/BLUE GRASS BOYS
219. "TEEN ANGEL" MARK DINNING
220. ORNITHOLOGY (ALBUM) CHARLIE PARKER SEXTET
221. "WE SHALL OVERCOME" JOAN BAEZ
222. "SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT" BONNIE RAITT
223. "TAKE MY HAND PRECIOUS LORD" THOMAS DORSEY
224. SOUTH PACIFIC (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
225. "RUNAROUND SUE" DION
226. "TEA FOR TWO" ART TATUM
227. "SUMMERTIME BLUES" EDDIE COCHRAN
228. "EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY" DEAN MARTIN
229. "IT'S MY PARTY" LESLEY GORE
230. "THE LOCO MOTION" LITTLE EVA
231. "ON BROADWAY" THE DRIFTERS
232. "ME AND BOBBY MCGEE" JANIS JOPLIN
233. "TIME IN A BOTTLE" JIM CROCE
234. "MARGARITAVILLE" JIMMY BUFFETT
235. BITCHES BREW (ALBUM) MILES DAVIS
236. "KANSAS CITY" WILBERT HARRISON
237. "EARTH ANGEL" THE PENGUINS
238. "GOT MY MOJO WORKING" MUDDY WATERS
239. "PEOPLE GET READY" THE IMPRESSIONS
240. "HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN" THE ANIMALS
241. "WHITE RABBIT" THE JEFFERSON AIRPLANE
242. "GRACELAND" PAUL SIMON
243. "LOVE SHACK" THE B-52S
244. "I BELIEVE I CAN FLY" R. KELLY
245. "ALL I WANNA DO" SHERYL CROW
246. "MY HEART WILL GO ON" CELINE DION
247. "MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME" GERALDINE FARRAR
248. "ABRAHAM, MARTIN & JOHN" DION
249. THE KING AND I (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
250. "AT THE HOP" DANNY & THE JUNIORS
251. "WHAT'D I SAY" RAY CHARLES
252. "MR. SANDMAN" THE CHORDETTES
253. "BE MY BABY" THE RONETTES
254. "I GOT YOU BABE" SONNY & CHER
255. "THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA" CHARLIE DANIELS BAND
256. "FLASHDANCE (WHAT A FEELING)" IRENE CARA
257. "BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE" TALKING HEADS
258. "ACHY BREAKY HEART" BILLY RAY CYRUS
259. "WIDE OPEN SPACES" DIXIE CHICKS
260. THE MUSIC MAN (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
261. "WALK ON BY" DIONNE WARWICK
262. "RAMBLIN' MAN" ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
263. "MOVE ON UP A LITTLE HIGHER" MAHALIA JACKSON
264. "I'M SO EXCITED" THE POINTER SISTERS
265. "THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC" LOUIS PRIMA/KEELY SMITH
266. "REACH OUT I'LL BE THERE" THE FOUR TOPS
267. "WALK THIS WAY" AEROSMITH
268. "BETTE DAVIS EYES" KIM CARNES
269. "THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS" BETTE MIDLER
270. "CHANGE THE WORLD" ERIC CLAPTON
271. "IF I DIDN'T CARE" THE INK SPOTS
272. "PAPER DOLL" THE MILLS BROTHERS
273. "STRANGE FRUIT" BILLIE HOLIDAY
274. "ODE TO BILLY JOE" BOBBIE GENTRY
275. "STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT" FRANK SINATRA
276. "WAR" EDWIN STARR
277. "BEHIND CLOSED DOORS" CHARLIE RICH
278. "OLD TIME ROCK 'N' ROLL" BOB SEGER
279. "WE GOT THE BEAT" THE GO-GOS
280. "THE MESSAGE" GRANDMASTER FLASH/FURIOUS 5
281. "YOU'RE THE TOP" COLE PORTER
282. "MY GUY" MARY WELLS
283. "YOU SEND ME" SAM COOKE
284. "BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX" GLEN CAMPBELL
285. "EVERYBODY'S TALKIN"" NILSSON
286. "HEART OF GOLD" NEIL YOUNG
287. "JACK & DIANE" JOHN COUGAR MELLENCAMP
288. "FIGHT THE POWER" PUBLIC ENEMY
289. "ME AND MY SHADOW" WHISPERING JACK SMITH
290. "DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS" ALVINO RAY ORCHESTRA
291. "FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH" BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
292. "THAT'S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR" DIONNE WARWICK & FRIENDS
293. "YOU'RE STILL THE ONE" SHANIA TWAIN
294. BIRDLAND (ALBUM) WEATHER REPORT
295. "GO YOUR OWN WAY" FLEETWOOD MAC
296. "ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL" PINK FLOYD
297. "(GHOST) RIDERS IN THE SKY VAUGHN MONROE
298. "THE WAY WE WERE" BARBRA STREISAND
299. "9 TO 5" DOLLY PARTON
300. GREASE (ALBUM) CAST/SOUNDTRACK
301. "DON'T WORRY BE HAPPY" BOBBY MCFERRIN
302. "WHO'S SORRY NOW" CONNIE FRANCIS
303. "THAT'S THE WAY (I LIKE IT)" K.C. & SUNSHINE BAND
304. "YES WE HAVE NO BANANAS" BILLY JONES
305. "ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY" THE WEAVERS
306. "YOU REALLY GOT ME" THE KINKS
307. "OHIO" CROSBY STILLS NASH YOUNG
308. "FREE FALLIN'" TOM PETTY/HEARTBREAKERS
309. "THIS KISS" FAITH HILL
310. "B0DY AND SOUL" COLEMAN HAWKINS ORCHESTRA
311. "I AM WOMAN" HELEN REDDY
312. SHOW BOAT (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
313. "THIS MASQUERADE" GEORGE BENSON
314. "SOME OF THESE DAYS" SOPHIE TUCKER
315. "DOWN HEARTED BLUES" BESSIE SMITH
316. "NEW SAN ANTONIO ROSE" BOB WILLS/TEXAS PLAYBOYS
317. "HOW HIGH THE MOON" LES PAUL & MARY FORD
318. "I'M SORRY" BRENDA LEE
319. "EVERYDAY PEOPLE" SLY & THE FAMILY STONE
320. "WHEN WILL I BE LOVED" LINDA RONSTADT
321. "UNCLE JOHN'S BAND" THE GRATEFUL DEAD
322. "FAITH" GEORGE MICHAEL
323. "UP WHERE WE BELONG" JOE COCKER & JENNIFER WARNES
324. "ALL MY ROWDY FRIENDS ARE COMING OVER" HANK WMS. JR.
325. "CANDLE IN THE WIND" ELTON JOHN
326. "EL SHADDAI" AMY GRANT
327. "SALT PEANUTS" DIZZY GILLESPIE
328. ZODIAC SUITE (ALBUM) MARY LOU WILLIAMS
329. "VESTI LA GIUBBA" ENRICO CARUSO
330. "WHISPERING" PAUL WHITEMAN ORCH.
331. "BLUE YODEL (T FOR TEXAS)" JIMMIE RODGERS
332. "BOOGIE CHILLUN" JOHN LEE HOOKER
333. "THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS" JOHNNY HORTON
334. "SHE WORKS HARD FOR THE MONEY" DONNA SUMMER
335. "I WANT YOU BACK" THE JACKSON 5
336. "HE STOPPED LOVING HER TODAY" GEORGE JONES
337. "MEN IN BLACK" WILL SMITH
338. "EL PASO" MARTY ROBBINS
339. "I'LL FLY AWAY" THE CHUCK WAGON GANG
340. "ROCKIT" HERBIE HANCOCK
341. "KING PORTER STOMP" JELLY ROLL MORTON
342. "CROSS ROAD BLUES" ROBERT JOHNSON
343. "CATTLE CALL" EDDY ARNOLD
344. "TIGER RAG" THE ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND
345. "THE PRISONER'S SONG" VERNON DALHART
346. "YAKETY YAK" THE COASTERS
347. "BIG YELLOW TAXI" JONI MITCHELL
348. "HIGHER LOVE" STEVE WINWOOD
349. "NO CHARGE" SHIRLEY CAESAR
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355. "NEAR YOU" FRANCIS CRAIG ORCHESTRA
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7. WEST SIDE STORY (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
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9. "YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN FEELIN" THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS
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12. "ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK" BILL HALEY & THE COMETS
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14. "YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE" JIMMIE DAVIS
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17. "TAKE THE 'A' TRAIN" DUKE ELLINGTON ORCHESTRA
18. "BLUEBERRY HILL" FATS DOMINO
19. "GOD BLESS AMERICA" KATE SMITH
20. "STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER" SOUSA'S BAND
21. "I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE" MARVIN GAYE
22. "DOCK OF THE BAY" OTIS REDDING
23. "I LEFT MY HEART IN SAN FRANCISCO" TONY BENNETT
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25. "STAND BY ME" BEN E. KING
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31. "RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER" GENE AUTRY
32. "THE TWIST" CHUBBY CHECKER
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34. "YOUR CHEATIN' HEART" HANK WILLIAMS
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36. THE SOUND OF MUSIC (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
37. "'ROUND MIDNIGHT" THELONIUS MONK
38. "WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT" TINA TURNER
39. "OVER THERE" THE AMERICAN QUARTET
40. "STAR DUST" HOAGY CARMICHAEL
41. "AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'" FATS WALLER
42. "GEORGIA ON MY MIND" RAY CHARLES
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44. "EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE" THE POLICE
45. "MY GIRL" THE TEMPTATIONS
46. "HOTEL CALIFORNIA" THE EAGLES
47. "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN" BEN SELVIN ORCHESTRA
48. "STAND BY YOUR MAN" TAMMY WYNETTE
49. "TAKE FIVE" DAVE BRUBECK
50. "AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL" LOUISE HOMER
51. "WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN" PERCY SLEDGE
52. "LIGHT MY FIRE" THE DOORS
53. "STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN" LED ZEPPELIN
54. "SWEET GEORGIA BROWN" BEN BERNIE ORCHESTRA
55. "WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR" CLIFF EDWARDS
56. "YESTERDAY" / "ACT NATURALLY" THE BEATLES
57. "LOUIE LOUIE" THE KINGSMEN
58. "GOD BLESS THE CHILD" BILLIE HOLIDAY
59. "BORN IN THE USA" BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
60. "THE GIRL FROM IPANEMA" STAN GETZ/ASTRUD GILBERTO
61. "I WALK THE LINE" JOHNNY CASH
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63. "O HAPPY DAY" THE EDWIN HAWKINS SINGERS
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67. "ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH" JOHNNY MERCER
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74. "SUMMERTIME" SIDNEY BECHET
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77. "SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY" LES BROWN ORCHESTRA
78. "BLUE SUEDE SHOES" CARL PERKINS
79. "THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE" SIMON & GARFUNKEL
80. "SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT" NIRVANA
81. "IT HAD TO BE YOU" ISHAM JONES ORCHESTRA
82. "MINNIE THE MOOCHER" CAB CALLOWAY
83. "SIXTEEN TONS" TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD
84. "WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD" LOUIS ARMSTRONG
85. "FIRE AND RAIN" JAMES TAYLOR
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88. "KING OF THE ROAD" ROGER MILLER
89. "I WILL SURVIVE" GLORIA GAYNOR
90. "AVE MARIA" MARIAN ANDERSON
91. "BEGIN THE BEGUINE" ARTIE SHAW ORCHESTRA
92. "LIKE A ROLLING STONE" BOB DYLAN
93. "STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE" THE SUPREMES
94. "STAYIN' ALIVE" THE BEE GEES
95. "1999" PRINCE
96. "PLEASE REMEMBER ME" TIM MCGRAW
97. PORGY AND BESS (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
98. "BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN" GENE AUTRY
99. "SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL" JOE TURNER
100. "IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT" THE FIVE SATINS
101. "KILLING ME SOFTLY WITH HIS SONG" ROBERTA FLACK
102. "FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES" GARTH BROOKS
103. "CHARLESTON" ARTHUR GIBBS & HIS GANG
104. "A TISKET A TASKET" ELLA FITZGERALD
105. "WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING" CHAUNCY OLCOTT
106. "THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN'" BOB DYLAN
107. "I FALL TO PIECES" PATSY CLINE
108. "I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU" WHITNEY HOUSTON
109. "MONA LISA" NAT KING COLE
110. "BLOWIN' IN THE WIND" PETER, PAUL & MARY
111. "PEGGY SUE" BUDDY HOLLY
112. "LEAN ON ME" BILL WITHERS
113. KIND OF BLUE (ALBUM) MILES DAVIS
114. "I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY" HANK WILLIAMS
115. "PROUD MARY" CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
116. "CAN THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN" THE CARTER FAMILY
117. "PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ" HARRY RICHMAN
118. "LAYLA" DEREK & THE DOMINOS
119. "JUMP" VAN HALEN
120. "I STILL HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR" U2
121. "WE ARE THE WORLD" USA FOR AFRICA
122. "GIRLS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN" CYNDI LAUPER
123. MY FAIR LADY (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
124. "SWANEE" AL JOLSON
125. "LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART" THE PEERLESS QUARTET
126. "MAKIN' WHOOPEE" EDDIE CANTOR
127. "THE TRACKS OF MY TEARS" THE MIRACLES
128. "I WANNA BE LOVED BY YOU" HELEN KANE
129. "PENNIES FROM HEAVEN" BING CROSBY
130. "TUTTI FRUTTI" LITTLE RICHARD
131. "BROWN EYED GIRL" VAN MORRISON
132. "I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU" THE FLAMINGOS
133. "BORN TO BE WILD" STEPPENWOLF
134. "SUPERSTITION" STEVIE WONDER
135. "BORN TO RUN" BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
136. "ON THE GOOD SHIP LOLLIPOP" SHIRLEY TEMPLE
137. "WABASH CANNONBALL" ROY ACUFF
138. "UNCHAINED MELODY" AL HIBBLER
139. "DANCING IN THE STREETS" MARTHA & THE VANDELLAS
140. "AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH" M. GAYE/TAMMI TERRELL
141. "PIANO MAN" BILLY JOEL
142. "JOY TO THE WORLD" THREE DOG NIGHT
143. "LOSING MY RELIGION" R.E.M.
144. "MY WAY" FRANK SINATRA
145. "LET'S STAY TOGETHER" AL GREEN
146. "WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS/WE WILL ROCK YOU" QUEEN
147. "PURPLE RAIN" PRINCE
148. "DANCING QUEEN" ABBA
149. A LOVE SUPREME (ALBUM) JOHN COLTRANE
150. "WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE" THE EVERLY BROTHERS
151. "SHOUT" THE ISLEY BROTHERS
152. "I GOT YOU (I FEEL GOOD)" JAMES BROWN
153. "THE THRILL IS GONE" B.B. KING
154. "ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND" THE BOSWELL SISTERS
155. "BO DIDDLEY" BO DIDDLEY
156. "BANANA BOAT (DAY-O)" HARRY BELAFONTE
157. "RING OF FIRE" JOHNNY CASH
158. "DONNA" / "LA BAMBA" RICHIE VALENS
159. "THE LION SLEEPS TONIGHT" THE TOKENS
160. "TAKE ME HOME COUNTRY ROADS" JOHN DENVER
161. "MATERIAL GIRL" MADONNA
162. "RAPPER'S DELIGHT" THE SUGARHILL GANG
163. "GOODNIGHT IRENE" LEADBELLY
164. "TEQUILA" THE CHAMPS
165. "QUE SERA SERA" DORIS DAY
166. "TURN! TURN! TURN!" THE BYRDS
167. SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (ALBUM) THE BEATLES
168. "SOUL MAN" SAM & DAVE
169. "YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE" STEVIE WONDER
170. "THANKS FOR THE MEMORY" BOB HOPE / SHIRLEY ROSS
171. "RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD" B.J. THOMAS
172. "MOON RIVER" HENRY MANCINI
173. "FREE BIRD" LYNYRD SKYNYRD
174. "MISTY" ERROLL GARNER TRIO
175. "CHANCES ARE" JOHNNY MATHIS
176. "LOVE LETTERS" KETTY LESTER
177. "I LOVE ROCK 'N' ROLL" JOAN JETT & BLACKHEARTS
178. "FAST CAR" TRACY CHAPMAN
179. "WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW" THE SHIRELLES
180. "LEADER OF THE PACK" THE SHANGRI-LAS
181. "IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR" WILSON PICKETT
182. "WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE" FRANKIE LYMON/TEENAGERS
183. "I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW" JOHNNY NASH
184. "OYE COMO VA" SANTANA
185. "COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER" LORETTA LYNN
186. "THE CAT'S IN THE CRADLE" HARRY CHAPIN
187. "MAMAS DON'T LET YOUR BABIES..." WAYLON & WILLIE
188. "THE GAMBLER" KENNY ROGERS
189. "BYE BYE BLACKBIRD" GENE AUSTIN
190. "SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES" THE PLATTERS
191. "FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT (TO PARTY)" THE BEASTIE BOYS
192. "WE ARE FAMILY" SISTER SLEDGE
193. "CLOSE TO YOU" THE CARPENTERS
194. "MAGGIE MAY" ROD STEWART
195. "NIGHT AND DAY" FRED ASTAIRE
196. "BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME" RUDY VALLEE
197. "TOM DOOLEY" THE KINGSTON TRIO
198. "THE TENNESSEE WALTZ" PATTI PAGE
199. "IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW" HAROLD MELVIN/BLUE NOTES
200. "GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD" ELTON JOHN
201. "U CAN'T TOUCH THIS" M.C. HAMMER
202. "SMOOTH" SANTANA & ROB THOMAS
203. "LIVIN' LA VIDA LOCA" RICKY MARTIN
204. "HOW GREAT THOU ART" GEORGE BEVERLY SHEA
205. "SING SING SING" BENNY GOODMAN ORCHESTRA
206. HAIR (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
207. "TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS" THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS
208. "WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE" JACKIE DESHANNON
209. "CRYING" ROY ORBISON
210. "SWEET CHILD O' MINE" GUNS N' ROSES
211. "ONE O'CLOCK JUMP" COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA
212. "DOWNTOWN" PETULA CLARK
213. "IT'S TOO LATE" / "I FEEL THE EARTH MOVE" CAROLE KING
214. "CELEBRATION" KOOL & THE GANG
215. "SO IN LOVE" THE TYMES
216. "YOU'RE SO VAIN" CARLY SIMON
217. "HEART OF GLASS" BLONDIE
218. "BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY" BILL MONROE/BLUE GRASS BOYS
219. "TEEN ANGEL" MARK DINNING
220. ORNITHOLOGY (ALBUM) CHARLIE PARKER SEXTET
221. "WE SHALL OVERCOME" JOAN BAEZ
222. "SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT" BONNIE RAITT
223. "TAKE MY HAND PRECIOUS LORD" THOMAS DORSEY
224. SOUTH PACIFIC (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
225. "RUNAROUND SUE" DION
226. "TEA FOR TWO" ART TATUM
227. "SUMMERTIME BLUES" EDDIE COCHRAN
228. "EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY" DEAN MARTIN
229. "IT'S MY PARTY" LESLEY GORE
230. "THE LOCO MOTION" LITTLE EVA
231. "ON BROADWAY" THE DRIFTERS
232. "ME AND BOBBY MCGEE" JANIS JOPLIN
233. "TIME IN A BOTTLE" JIM CROCE
234. "MARGARITAVILLE" JIMMY BUFFETT
235. BITCHES BREW (ALBUM) MILES DAVIS
236. "KANSAS CITY" WILBERT HARRISON
237. "EARTH ANGEL" THE PENGUINS
238. "GOT MY MOJO WORKING" MUDDY WATERS
239. "PEOPLE GET READY" THE IMPRESSIONS
240. "HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN" THE ANIMALS
241. "WHITE RABBIT" THE JEFFERSON AIRPLANE
242. "GRACELAND" PAUL SIMON
243. "LOVE SHACK" THE B-52S
244. "I BELIEVE I CAN FLY" R. KELLY
245. "ALL I WANNA DO" SHERYL CROW
246. "MY HEART WILL GO ON" CELINE DION
247. "MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME" GERALDINE FARRAR
248. "ABRAHAM, MARTIN & JOHN" DION
249. THE KING AND I (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
250. "AT THE HOP" DANNY & THE JUNIORS
251. "WHAT'D I SAY" RAY CHARLES
252. "MR. SANDMAN" THE CHORDETTES
253. "BE MY BABY" THE RONETTES
254. "I GOT YOU BABE" SONNY & CHER
255. "THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA" CHARLIE DANIELS BAND
256. "FLASHDANCE (WHAT A FEELING)" IRENE CARA
257. "BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE" TALKING HEADS
258. "ACHY BREAKY HEART" BILLY RAY CYRUS
259. "WIDE OPEN SPACES" DIXIE CHICKS
260. THE MUSIC MAN (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
261. "WALK ON BY" DIONNE WARWICK
262. "RAMBLIN' MAN" ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
263. "MOVE ON UP A LITTLE HIGHER" MAHALIA JACKSON
264. "I'M SO EXCITED" THE POINTER SISTERS
265. "THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC" LOUIS PRIMA/KEELY SMITH
266. "REACH OUT I'LL BE THERE" THE FOUR TOPS
267. "WALK THIS WAY" AEROSMITH
268. "BETTE DAVIS EYES" KIM CARNES
269. "THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS" BETTE MIDLER
270. "CHANGE THE WORLD" ERIC CLAPTON
271. "IF I DIDN'T CARE" THE INK SPOTS
272. "PAPER DOLL" THE MILLS BROTHERS
273. "STRANGE FRUIT" BILLIE HOLIDAY
274. "ODE TO BILLY JOE" BOBBIE GENTRY
275. "STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT" FRANK SINATRA
276. "WAR" EDWIN STARR
277. "BEHIND CLOSED DOORS" CHARLIE RICH
278. "OLD TIME ROCK 'N' ROLL" BOB SEGER
279. "WE GOT THE BEAT" THE GO-GOS
280. "THE MESSAGE" GRANDMASTER FLASH/FURIOUS 5
281. "YOU'RE THE TOP" COLE PORTER
282. "MY GUY" MARY WELLS
283. "YOU SEND ME" SAM COOKE
284. "BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX" GLEN CAMPBELL
285. "EVERYBODY'S TALKIN"" NILSSON
286. "HEART OF GOLD" NEIL YOUNG
287. "JACK & DIANE" JOHN COUGAR MELLENCAMP
288. "FIGHT THE POWER" PUBLIC ENEMY
289. "ME AND MY SHADOW" WHISPERING JACK SMITH
290. "DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS" ALVINO RAY ORCHESTRA
291. "FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH" BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
292. "THAT'S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR" DIONNE WARWICK & FRIENDS
293. "YOU'RE STILL THE ONE" SHANIA TWAIN
294. BIRDLAND (ALBUM) WEATHER REPORT
295. "GO YOUR OWN WAY" FLEETWOOD MAC
296. "ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL" PINK FLOYD
297. "(GHOST) RIDERS IN THE SKY VAUGHN MONROE
298. "THE WAY WE WERE" BARBRA STREISAND
299. "9 TO 5" DOLLY PARTON
300. GREASE (ALBUM) CAST/SOUNDTRACK
301. "DON'T WORRY BE HAPPY" BOBBY MCFERRIN
302. "WHO'S SORRY NOW" CONNIE FRANCIS
303. "THAT'S THE WAY (I LIKE IT)" K.C. & SUNSHINE BAND
304. "YES WE HAVE NO BANANAS" BILLY JONES
305. "ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY" THE WEAVERS
306. "YOU REALLY GOT ME" THE KINKS
307. "OHIO" CROSBY STILLS NASH YOUNG
308. "FREE FALLIN'" TOM PETTY/HEARTBREAKERS
309. "THIS KISS" FAITH HILL
310. "B0DY AND SOUL" COLEMAN HAWKINS ORCHESTRA
311. "I AM WOMAN" HELEN REDDY
312. SHOW BOAT (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
313. "THIS MASQUERADE" GEORGE BENSON
314. "SOME OF THESE DAYS" SOPHIE TUCKER
315. "DOWN HEARTED BLUES" BESSIE SMITH
316. "NEW SAN ANTONIO ROSE" BOB WILLS/TEXAS PLAYBOYS
317. "HOW HIGH THE MOON" LES PAUL & MARY FORD
318. "I'M SORRY" BRENDA LEE
319. "EVERYDAY PEOPLE" SLY & THE FAMILY STONE
320. "WHEN WILL I BE LOVED" LINDA RONSTADT
321. "UNCLE JOHN'S BAND" THE GRATEFUL DEAD
322. "FAITH" GEORGE MICHAEL
323. "UP WHERE WE BELONG" JOE COCKER & JENNIFER WARNES
324. "ALL MY ROWDY FRIENDS ARE COMING OVER" HANK WMS. JR.
325. "CANDLE IN THE WIND" ELTON JOHN
326. "EL SHADDAI" AMY GRANT
327. "SALT PEANUTS" DIZZY GILLESPIE
328. ZODIAC SUITE (ALBUM) MARY LOU WILLIAMS
329. "VESTI LA GIUBBA" ENRICO CARUSO
330. "WHISPERING" PAUL WHITEMAN ORCH.
331. "BLUE YODEL (T FOR TEXAS)" JIMMIE RODGERS
332. "BOOGIE CHILLUN" JOHN LEE HOOKER
333. "THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS" JOHNNY HORTON
334. "SHE WORKS HARD FOR THE MONEY" DONNA SUMMER
335. "I WANT YOU BACK" THE JACKSON 5
336. "HE STOPPED LOVING HER TODAY" GEORGE JONES
337. "MEN IN BLACK" WILL SMITH
338. "EL PASO" MARTY ROBBINS
339. "I'LL FLY AWAY" THE CHUCK WAGON GANG
340. "ROCKIT" HERBIE HANCOCK
341. "KING PORTER STOMP" JELLY ROLL MORTON
342. "CROSS ROAD BLUES" ROBERT JOHNSON
343. "CATTLE CALL" EDDY ARNOLD
344. "TIGER RAG" THE ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND
345. "THE PRISONER'S SONG" VERNON DALHART
346. "YAKETY YAK" THE COASTERS
347. "BIG YELLOW TAXI" JONI MITCHELL
348. "HIGHER LOVE" STEVE WINWOOD
349. "NO CHARGE" SHIRLEY CAESAR
350. "MY HOME'S IN ALABAMA" ALABAMA
351. "ONE SWEET DAY" BOYZ II MEN/MARIAH CAREY
352. "I HOPE YOU DANCE" LEE ANN WOMACK
353. "DON'T LET NOBODY TURN YOU AROUND" THE FAIRFIELD FOUR
354. "THE IN CROWD" RAMSEY LEWIS TRIO
355. "NEAR YOU" FRANCIS CRAIG ORCHESTRA
356. "SING ME BACK HOME" MERLE HAGGARD
357. "DJANGO" THE MODERN JAZZ QUARTET
358. "RESPECT YOURSELF" THE STAPLE SINGERS
359. "DOO WOP (THAT THING)" LAURYN HILL
360. "MAMA HE'S CRAZY" THE JUDDS
361. "NO SCRUBS" TLC
362. "SATURDAY IN THE PARK" CHICAGO
363. "BILLS, BILLS, BILLS" DESTINY'S CHILD
364. "ADDICTIVE LOVE" BEBE & CECE WINANS

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8. Vehicle - The Ides Of March
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1970s Music The 1970s created a perfect musical bridge from the rebelliousness of the 1960s and the happy songs that are characteristic of the 1980s. Following the counterculture of the 60s, the 1970s created a trend of relaxing music as well as dance music. People may have grown tired of the fighting that happened the previous decade and many of them sought a refuge in dance clubs and other places to enjoy a good time. Out of this idea emerged the Disco movement. Of course, there was still the bands and artists that continued to speak of the ills of society, typically characterized by the punk music of the era. But it seemed to be a much happier era than the 60s proved to be.

If ever a musical style defined a decade, Disco was the definition of the 1970s. Although its popularity was relatively short-lived, it created a great deal of songs and artists that people are still dancing to today. Van McCoy’s “The Hustle” has often been referred to as the definitive disco track and many people say it was the first disco song created. Gloria Gaynor also enjoyed disco popularity with her anthem – “I Will Survive.” The Bee Gees also helped to define the disco genre with their hit “Jive Talkin’.” Their blockbuster “Stayin’ Alive” is often synonymous with the disco musical era. The Village People’s “YMCA” and “Macho Man” also helped to add to the popularity of this popular style. Unfortunately, it did not take long for the public to see disco’s silliness and commercialization – something that they had just rebelled against a few years earlier. Its lack of attention to musical significance helped add to its downfall after only a short time of popularity.

Progressive rock was another popular genre during the 1970s. This type of music was typically characterized by rock music combined with another genre, such as classical or opera, to create a hybrid genre, so to speak. Songs from this genre were often longer and bands tended to be more spontaneous and experimental while they were playing live. Many progressive rock albums were also “concept albums,” meaning that they followed a theme throughout the entire album or series of albums. Pink Floyd was great at doing this. Their concept album – The Wall – was a psychedelic album that explored the loneliness that one feels due to the metaphorical walls that they build up around them. This 1979 album used philosophical lyrics and a variety of musical styles throughout the songs to exhibit the message that they were trying to get across to the listeners. “Another Brick in the Wall” was one of the most popular songs to emerge from this album and the band as a whole.

Jethro Tull was a British rock band that also created concept albums for their audience. They had a unique vocal style combined with the dreamlike sound of a flute to help the listener immerse themselves into the songs that are being played. Their “Thick as a Brick” album was composed of essentially one track on two side of the album. This track consisted of repeating themes and movements that helped to mesmerize the listener. They also used a variety of genres to create their one-of-a-kind sound, including blues, jazz, rock, and classical music.

The punk rock genre also emerged in the 1970s. This was a style that continued on the legacy of the 1960s but with a more upbeat and harder style. Heavy guitar riffs and more decibels helped to motivate those who were still upset about the status quo in the country. The Ramones are often referred to as the original punk band. This band consisted of a group of family members that based their image on The Beatles but their music was much harder. On the lists that rate the greatest rock bands of all-time, The Ramones are often listed as #2, behind only The Beatles at #1. Their song “I Wanna Be Sedated” became a generational anthem depicting the feeling that society is so screwed up that the only way to get through life with your sanity is to be sedated for the entire experience. The Sex Pistols also enjoyed a short-lived success as a punk rock band of the 1970s. Band members heavily used drugs and alcohol which eventually led to their dissolution shortly after forming, but not before releasing two hit albums (“God Save the Queen” and “Never Mind the Bullocks”) that created a wave of rebellion throughout the United States and the UK.

Although the rebellious idea had died down shortly following Woodstock in 1969, there were still many people that disagreed with the establishment and the way the country was being run. Most people, though, were just looking for another way to vent their frustrations, which helped to give rise to the fun that disco music provided. The 1970s was not a unique decade in terms of creating innovations in musical styles and genres, but it was unique in that it was a musical bridge connecting the hippie lifestyle of the 1960s with the characteristic yuppie lifestyle that was about to occur in the 1980s.

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Commodores
David Bowie
Elton John
Gloria Gaynor
Ike & Tina Turner
James Taylor
Janis Joplin
Jefferson Starship
John Lennon
Kiss
Led Zeppelin
Marvin Gaye
Michael Jackson
Minnie Riperton
Mungo Jerry
Paul McCartney & Wings
Paul Simon
Pink Floyd
Queen
Rod Stewart
The Doors
The Eagles
The Jackson 5
The Osmonds
The Police
The Rolling Stones
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You're The First The Last My Everything Barry White 1974

Bohemian Rhapsody Queen 1975

Lucille Kenny Rogers 1976

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Peter Gabriel

Peter Gabriel at Chateau Neuf, Oslo, Norway, 31 August 1978. Photo: Helge Øverås
Born 13 February 1950 (1950-02-13) (age 58)
Origin Chobham, Surrey, England
Genre(s) Progressive rock, pop rock, soft rock, new wave, world
Occupation(s) musician, record producer
Instrument(s) Vocals, guitar, keyboards, flute, drums, bass, harmonica, electronics
Years active 1967 – Present
Label(s) Geffen, Real World
Associated
acts Genesis
Website petergabriel.com
Peter Brian Gabriel (born 13 February 1950, in Chobham,[1] Surrey, England) is an English musician. He first came to fame as the lead vocalist and flautist of the progressive rock group Genesis. After leaving Genesis, Gabriel went on to a successful solo career. More recently he has focused on producing and promoting world music and pioneering digital distribution methods for music. He has also been involved in various humanitarian efforts.

1. Genesis
2.1 The departure
3 Solo career
3.1 The "untitled era"
3.2 The hit years: So, Passion, Us
3.3 Later albums
3.4 Musicians and collaborators
4 WOMAD and other projects
5 Humanitarian initiatives
6 Soundtracks
7 Personal life
8 Recent work and appearances
9 Other Info
10 Discography
11 References
12 See also
13 External links

Peter Gabriel's father was an electrical engineer and his mother, from a musical family, taught him to play the piano at an early age. He attended Cable House, a private preparatory school in Woking, Surrey, then Charterhouse School from 1963.

Gabriel founded Genesis in 1967 with fellow Charterhouse School pupils Tony Banks, Anthony Phillips, Mike Rutherford, and drummer Chris Stewart. The name of the band was suggested by fellow Charterhouse alumnus, the pop music impresario Jonathan King who produced their first album From Genesis to Revelation.

A lover of soul music, Gabriel was influenced by many different sources in his way of singing, mainly Otis Redding and other soul singers. He also played the flute on Cat Stevens' Mona Bone Jakon album in 1970.

Genesis drew some attention in England and eventually also in Italy, Belgium, Germany and other European countries, largely due to Gabriel's flamboyant stage presence, which involved numerous bizarre costume changes and comical, dreamlike stories told as the introduction to each song (originally Gabriel developed these stories solely to cover the time between songs that the rest of the band would take tuning their instruments). The concerts made extensive use of black light with the normal stage lighting subdued or off. A backdrop of fluorescing white sheets and a comparatively sparse stage made the band into a set of silhouettes, with Gabriel's fluorescent costume and makeup the only other sources of light.

Among Gabriel's many famous costumes (which he developed to visualise the musical ideas of the band and to get them press coverage) were "Batwings" (for the usual opening number, "Watcher of the Skies"), "The Flower" (worn for "Supper's Ready", from Foxtrot), "Magog" (also worn for "Supper's Ready", from Foxtrot), "Britannia" (worn for "Dancing with the Moonlit Knight", from Selling England by the Pound), "The Old Man" (worn for "The Musical Box", from Nursery Cryme), "Rael" (the protagonist of the album The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway), and "The Slipperman" (worn during "The Colony of Slippermen", also from The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway).

Backing vocals in Genesis during Gabriel's tenure in the band were usually handled by bassist/guitarist Mike Rutherford, keyboardist/guitarist Tony Banks, and (most prominently) drummer Phil Collins, who — after a long search for a replacement — eventually became Genesis's lead singer after Gabriel left the band in 1975.

Gabriel's departure from Genesis (which stunned fans of the group and left many commentators wondering if the band could survive) was the result of a number of factors. His stature as the lead singer of the band, and the added attention garnered by his flamboyant stage personae, led to tensions within the band. Genesis had always operated more or less as a collective, and Gabriel's burgeoning public profile led to fears within the group that he was being unfairly singled out as the creative hub of the group.

Tensions were heightened by the ambitious album and tour of the concept work The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, a Gabriel-created concept piece which saw him taking on the lion's share of the lyric writing. During the writing and recording of The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, Gabriel was approached by director William Friedkin, allegedly because Friedkin had found Gabriel's short story in the liner notes to Genesis Live interesting. Gabriel's interest in a film project with Friedkin was another contributing factor in his decision to leave Genesis. The decision to quit the band was made before the tour supporting The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, but Gabriel stayed with the band until the conclusion of that tour. Though tensions were high, both Gabriel and the remaining members of Genesis have stated publicly that Gabriel left the band on good terms, supported by the fact that he officially left 8 months after telling the band it was time for him to move on.

The breaking point came with the difficult pregnancy of Gabriel's wife, Jill, and birth of their first child, Anna. When he opted to stay with his sick daughter and wife rather than go record and tour, the resentment from the rest of the band led Gabriel to conclude that he had to leave the band. "Solsbury Hill", Gabriel's debut single as a solo artist, was written specifically about his departure from Genesis. He also had a career in building at one point in his life.

Gabriel refused to title any of his first four solo albums, which were all labelled Peter Gabriel using the same typeface, but different cover art. He wanted them to be considered similar to consecutive issues of a magazine instead of individual works; they are usually differentiated by number in order of release, or sleeve design, I, II and III being referred to as Car, Scratch and Melt respectively, in reference to their cover artwork. His fourth solo album, also called Peter Gabriel in the UK, was titled Security in the U.S. at the behest of Geffen Records. Even after acquiescing to distinctive titles, he has continued to use words as short as possible to title his albums: So, Us, and Up. His most recent greatest hits compilation is titled Hit; within the two-CD package, disc one is labeled "Hit" and disc two is labeled "Miss".

Gabriel recorded his first solo album in 1976 and 1977 with producer Bob Ezrin, titled Peter Gabriel. His first solo success came with the single "Solsbury Hill", an autobiographical piece expressing his thoughts on leaving Genesis. In it, he sings, "My friends would think I was a nut...", alluding to his decision to begin a period of self-exploration and reflection, while he grew cabbages, carrots, parsnips, broccoli and a wide range of other garden vegetables, played the piano for long hours, practiced yoga and biofeedback, and spent time with his family. Although mainly happy with the music, Gabriel felt that the album, and especially the track "Here Comes the Flood" was over-produced. Sparser versions can be heard on Robert Fripp's Exposure, and on Gabriel's greatest hits compilation Shaking the Tree (1990).

Gabriel worked with guitarist Robert Fripp (of King Crimson fame) as producer of his second solo LP, in 1978. This album was leaner, darker and more experimental, and yielded decent reviews, but no major hits.

Gabriel's third album, released in 1980, arose as a collaboration with Steve Lillywhite, who also produced early albums by U2. It was notable for the hit singles "Games Without Frontiers" and "Biko", for Gabriel's new interest in world music (especially for percussion), and for its bold production, which made extensive use of recording tricks and sound effects. Gabriel's third album is generally credited as the first LP to use the now-famous "gated drum" sound, invented by engineer Hugh Padgham and Gabriel's old Genesis band-mate Phil Collins. Collins played drums on several tracks, including the opener, "Intruder", which featured the reverse-gated, cymbal-less drum kit sound which Collins would make famous on his single "In the Air Tonight" and through the rest of the 1980s. The massive, distinctive hollow sound arose through some experiments by Collins and Padgham. Gabriel had requested that his drummers use no cymbals in the album's sessions, and when he heard the result from Collins and Padgham, he asked Collins to play a simple pattern for several minutes, then built "Intruder" on it.

Arduous and occasionally damp recording sessions at his rural English estate in 1981 and 1982, with co-producer/engineer David Lord, resulted in Gabriel's fourth LP release (Security), on which Gabriel took more production responsibility. It was one of the first commercial albums recorded entirely to digital tape (using a Sony mobile truck), and featured the early, extremely expensive Fairlight CMI sampling computer. Gabriel combined a variety of sampled and deconstructed sounds with world-beat percussion and other unusual instrumentation to create a radically new, emotionally charged soundscape. Furthermore, the sleeve art consisted of inscrutable, video-based imagery. Despite the album's peculiar sound, odd appearance, and often disturbing themes, it sold well and had a hit single in "Shock the Monkey", which also became a groundbreaking music video.

Gabriel toured extensively for each of his albums. Initially, he pointedly eschewed the theatrics that had defined his tenure with Genesis. For his second solo tour, his entire band shaved their heads. It is rumoured that Gabriel shaved his head as a way of asking forgiveness from his wife Jill for having had an affair, which he had confessed to her before leaving on the tour. But, by the time of Security, he began involving elaborate stage props and acrobatics which had him suspended from gantries, distorting his face with Fresnel lenses and mirrors, and wearing unusual make-up.

His 1982-83 tour included a section opening for David Bowie, where many audience members and critics thought that Gabriel as opener (especially with his elaborate make-up) overshadowed Bowie at the height of his commercial popularity. Recordings of this tour were released as the double LP Plays Live The stage was set for Gabriel's critical and commercial breakout with his next studio release So which was in production for almost three years. During the recording and production of the album Gabriel found time to work on the film soundtrack for Alan Parker's 1984 feature Birdy, which consisted of new material as well as remixed instrumental tracks from his previous studio album.

Although he had already achieved critical, and some commercial, solo success (e.g. "Games Without Frontiers" from his third album and "Shock the Monkey" from his fourth), Gabriel achieved his greatest popularity with songs from the 1986 So album, highlights being the '60s-tinged pop and suggestiveness of "Sledgehammer" (a #1 smash in the US, knocking Genesis's Invisible Touch off of the top spot), "Big Time", the ballad "Don't Give Up" with Kate Bush about the devastation of unemployment, and the love song "In Your Eyes". "In Your Eyes" later became ingrained in pop culture in a scene where it is played on John Cusack's boom box in the 1989 film Say Anything.... Gabriel co-produced So with Daniel Lanois, also known for his work with U2.

Gabriel's song "Sledgehammer" which dealt specifically about sex and sexual relations, was accompanied by a much lauded music video, which was a collaboration with director Stephen R. Johnson, Aardman Animations, and the Brothers Quay. The video won numerous awards at the 1987 MTV Music Video Awards, and set a new standard for art in the music video industry. A follow-up video for the song "Big Time" also broke new ground in music video animation and special effects. The song is a story of "what happens to you when you become a little too successful" in Gabriel's words.

Gabriel played a prominent role in supporting Amnesty International at this time, appearing on the 1986 U.S. A Conspiracy of Hope Tour and on the 1988 worldwide Human Rights Now! Tour.

In 1989, Gabriel released Passion, the soundtrack for Martin Scorsese's movie The Last Temptation of Christ. For this work Gabriel received his first Grammy Award, in the category of Best New Age Performance. He also received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Score - Motion Picture.

Following this, Gabriel recorded Us in 1992 (also co-produced with Daniel Lanois), an album in which he explored the pain of recent personal problems; his failed first marriage, his relationship with Rosanna Arquette, and the growing distance between him and his first daughter.

Gabriel's introspection within the context of the album Us can be seen in the first single release "Digging in the Dirt" directed by John Downer. Accompanied by a disturbing video featuring Gabriel covered in snails and various foliage, this song made reference to the psychotherapy which had taken up much of Gabriel's time since the previous album. Gabriel describes his struggle to get through to his daughter in "Come Talk To Me" directed by Matt Mahurin, which featured backing vocals by Sinéad O'Connor. O'Connor also lent vocals to "Blood of Eden," directed by Nichola Bruce and Michael Coulson, the third single to be released from the album and again dealing with relationship struggles, this time going right back to Adam's rib for inspiration. The result was one of Gabriel's most personal albums, though one with less success than So, reaching #2 in the album chart on both sides of the Atlantic, and making modest chart impact with the singles "Digging in the Dirt" and the funkier "Steam" which evoked memories of "Sledgehammer". He followed the release of the album with a world tour (with Paula Cole filling O'Connor's vocal role) and accompanying double CD and DVD Secret World Live in 1994.

Peter Gabriel employed an innovative approach in the marketing of the "US" album. Not wanting to only feature images of himself, he asked artist filmmakers Nichola Bruce and Michael Coulson to coordinate a marketing campaign using contemporary artists. Artists such as Helen Chadwick, Rebecca Horn, Nils-Udo, Andy Goldsworthy, David Mach and Yayoi Kusama, collaborated to create original artworks for each of the 11 songs on the multi-million selling CD. Coulson and Bruce documented the process on Hi-8 video. Bruce left Real World and Coulson continued with the campaign, using the documentary background material as the basis for a promotional EPK, the long form video All About Us and the interactive CD-ROM "Xplora."

Gabriel won three more Grammy Awards, all in the genre of Music Videos. He won the Best Music Video - Short Form Grammy in 1992 and 1993 for the videos to "Digging in the Dirt" and "Steam" respectively. Gabriel also won the 1995 Grammy for Best Music Video - Long Form for his Secret World Live video.

Later albums

After five years of not releasing any new music, Gabriel re-emerged with OVO, a soundtrack for the live Millennium Dome Show in London in 2000, and Long Walk Home, the music from the Australian movie Rabbit-Proof Fence, early in 2002. This soundtrack also received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Score - Motion Picture.

In September 2002, Gabriel released Up, his first full-length studio album in a decade. Entirely self-produced, Up returned to some of the themes of his work in the late '70s and early '80s. Three singles failed to make an impression on the charts --in part because almost every track exceeded six minutes in length, with multiple parts -- but the album sold well globally, as Gabriel continued to draw from a loyal fan base from his almost forty years in the music business. Up was also accompanied by a live concert DVD, featuring his daughter Melanie Gabriel on backing vocals.

Musicians and collaborators

Gabriel has worked with a relatively stable crew of musicians and recording engineers throughout his solo career. Bass and Stick player Tony Levin, for example, has appeared on every Peter Gabriel studio album (except Passion and Long Walk Home) and has performed on every Gabriel solo tour. Guitar player David Rhodes has been Gabriel’s guitarist of choice since 1979. Finally, Jerry Marotta has been Gabriel's preferred drummer, both in the studio and on the road. Gabriel is known for choosing top-flight collaborators, from co-producers such as Ezrin, Fripp, Lillywhite, and Lanois to musicians such as L. Shankar, Trent Reznor, Youssou N'Dour, Larry Fast, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Sinéad O'Connor, Kate Bush, Paula Cole, John Giblin, Papa Wemba, Manu Katché, Bayete, and Stewart Copeland.

Over the years, Gabriel has collaborated with singer Kate Bush several times; Bush provided backing vocals for Gabriel's "Games Without Frontiers" and "No Self Control" in 1980, and female lead vocal for "Don't Give Up" (a Top 10 hit in the UK) in 1986, and Gabriel appeared on her television special. Their duet of Roy Harper's "Another Day" was discussed for release as a single, but never appeared.

He also collaborated with Laurie Anderson on two versions of her composition "Excellent Birds" - one for her 1984 album Mister Heartbreak, and a slightly different version called "This is the Picture (Excellent Birds)" which appeared on cassette and CD versions of So. In 1987, when presenting Gabriel with an award for his music videos, Anderson related an occasion in which a recording session had gone late into the night and Gabriel's voice began to sound somewhat strange, almost dreamlike. It was discovered that he had fallen asleep in front of the microphone, but had continued to sing.

In 1998 Gabriel appeared on the soundtrack of Babe: Pig in the City, not as a composer, but as the singer of the song "That'll Do", written by Randy Newman. The song was nominated for an Academy Award, and Gabriel and Newman performed it at the following year's Oscar telecast. Many who saw him on that broadcast didn't recognize him, since his hair had greyed and thinned since his most recent tour several years earlier. He performed a similar soundtrack appearance for the 2004 film Shall We Dance?, singing a cover version of "The Book of Love" by The Magnetic Fields.

Gabriel has also appeared on Robbie Robertson's self-titled album, singing on "Fallen Angel"; co-written two Tom Robinson singles; and appeared on Joni Mitchell's 1988 album Chalk Mark in a Rainstorm, on the track "My Secret Place".

In addition, Gabriel has appeared on Angelique Kidjo's 2007 album Djin Djin, singing on the song "Salala".

WOMAD and other projects

Gabriel has been interested in world music for many years, with the first musical evidence appearing on his third album. This influence has increased over time, and he is the driving force behind the WOMAD (World of Music, Arts and Dance) movement. He created the Real World Studios and record label to facilitate the creation and distribution of such music by various artists, and he has worked to educate Western culture about the work of such musicians as Yungchen Lhamo, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Youssou N'dour. He has a long-standing interest in human rights, and launched WITNESS [1], a nonprofit which supplies video cameras to human rights activists to expose abuses. In 2006 his work with Witness and his long standing support of peace and human rights causes was recognized by the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates with the Man of Peace award.

In the 1990s, with Steve Nelson of Briliant Media and director Michael Coulson, he developed advanced multimedia CD-ROM-based entertainment projects, creating the acclaimed Xplora (the world's largest selling music CD-ROM), and subsequently the EVE CD-ROM. EVE was a music and art adventure game directed by Michael Coulson and co-produced by the Starwave Corporation in Seattle; it won the prestigious Milia d'Or award Grand Prize at the Cannes in 1996 and featured themes and interactivity well in advance of its time. Xplora and EVE can no longer be played on modern PCs, due to changes to their operating systems.

Gabriel helped pioneer a new realm of musical interaction in 2001, visiting Georgia State University's Language Research Center to participate in keyboard jam sessions with bonobo apes from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. His desire to bring attention to the intelligence of primates also took the form of ApeNet, a project that aimed to link great apes through the internet, enabling the first interspecies internet communication.[2]

He was one of the founders of On Demand Distribution (OD2), one of the first online music download services. Its technology is used by MSN Music UK and others, and has become the dominant music download technology platform for stores in Europe. OD2 was bought by US company Loudeye in June of 2004 and subsequently by Finnish mobile giant Nokia in October 2006 for $60 million.

Additionally, Gabriel is also co-founder (with Brian Eno) of a musicians union called Mudda, short for "magnificent union of digitally downloading artists."

In June 2005, Gabriel and broadcast industry entrepreneur David Engelke purchased Solid State Logic, a leading manufacturer of mixing consoles and digital audio workstations[3]. SSL is among the top 2 or 3 recording console manufacturers in the world of recording.

In July 2007 Peter performed at WOMAD in Charlton Park for the first time in the 25 years of the festival.[4]

Humanitarian initiatives

Peter Gabriel at WITNESS Gala 2007In the late 1990s, Gabriel and entrepreneur Richard Branson discussed with Nelson Mandela their idea of a small, dedicated group of leaders, working objectively and without any vested personal interest to solve difficult global conflicts.

On July 18, 2007, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Nelson Mandela announced the formation of a new group, Global Elders, in a speech he delivered on the occasion of his 89th birthday. The founding members of this group are Desmond Tutu, Graça Machel, Kofi Annan, Ela Bhatt, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Jimmy Carter, Li Zhaoxing, Mary Robinson, and Muhammad Yunus.[2]

The Elders will be independently funded by a group of "Founders", including Branson and Gabriel.

Desmond Tutu serves as the chair of The Elders—who will use their collective skills to catalyze peaceful resolutions to long-standing conflicts, articulate new approaches to global issues that are or may cause immense human suffering, and share wisdom by helping to connect voices all over the world. They will work together over the next several months to carefully consider which specific issues they will approach.

In 1992 Peter Gabriel founded WITNESS a non-profit group that equips, trains and supports locally-based organizations worldwide to use video and the internet in human rights documentation and advocacy.

In 1995 he was one of the two winners of the North-South Prize in its inaugural year.[5]

In November 2007 Peter Gabriel launched The Hub http://hub.witness.org/ a 'YouTube' for human rights.

Soundtracks

Gabriel's music has appeared in many motion pictures and the three films that he personally scored:

All three of the albums above were recorded at Real World Studios.

Films that feature Gabriel's music or voice include :

Against All Odds (song "Walk Through the Fire")
Angel Baby (song "We Do What We're Told)
Babe: Pig in the City (song "That'll Do")
Barnyard (song "Father Son")
The Bone Collector (songs "Don't Give up" and "Zaar")
City of Angels (song "I Grieve", pre-Up version)
Gangs of New York (acoustic version of "Signal to Noise")
Gremlins (song "Out, Out")
In Good Company (song "Solsbury Hill")
Jungle 2 Jungle (song "Shaking the Tree '97 (Jungle Version)")
Phenomenon (song "I Have the touch", remixed with additional lyrics)
Philadelphia (song "Lovetown")
Natural Born Killers (song "Taboo", with Nusrat Fateh Ali Kahn)
Project X (song "Shock the Monkey")
Red Planet (song "The Tower that Ate People", remixed)
Say Anything (song "In Your Eyes")
Shall We Dance? (song "The Book of Love", originally performed by The Magnetic Fields)
Strange Days (song "While the Earth Sleeps" with Deep Forest)
Until the End of the World (song "Blood of Eden", pre-album version without Sinéad O'Connor's backing vocals)
Vanilla Sky (song "Solsbury Hill")
Virtuosity (song "Partyman", co-written with Tori Amos)
The Wild Thornberrys Movie (songs "Animal Nation" and "Shaking the Tree ('02 Remix)")
The Battle of Shaker Heights (song "When You're Falling" with Afro Celt Sound System)
The Chocolate War (songs "We Do What We're Told" and "I Have the Touch")
Wall-e (Unknown, as of this time)

Personal life

Peter Gabriel has two daughters from his marriage to first wife Jill: Melanie and Anna. Melanie was a backing vocalist during Gabriel's 2002 Growing Up and 2007 Warm Up tours, and Anna filmed a documentary of that same tour, called Growing Up On Tour: A Family Portrait. In the late 1980s and early 1990s Gabriel lived with actress Rosanna Arquette but they never married. Gabriel and his second wife Meabh had a son, Isaac, in 2002.

Recent work and appearances

He coordinated and performed at the Eden Project Live 8 concert in July 2005.
Gabriel played on stage with Yusuf Islam (formerly Cat Stevens), 33 years after having played on Stevens' Mona Bone Jakon album, in Johannesburg during Nelson Mandela's 46664 concert. The two performed the Stevens hit "Wild World".
A double DVD set, Peter Gabriel Live & Unwrapped, was released in October, 2005.
A future DVD release will be the concert film PoV, previously available on VHS. It is getting the full 5.1 remix treatment in Gabriel's Realworld studios.
FIFA asked Gabriel and Brian Eno to organize an opening ceremony for the 2006 FIFA World Cup finals in Germany, planned to take place a couple of days before the start of the tournament. Gabriel had recently become a fan of the game and 2005 champions league winners Liverpool, and worked on songs for the show in Berlin's Olympic Stadium. Although the show was cancelled in January 2006 by FIFA due to going overbudget and supposed lack of interest, the official explanation was potential damage to the pitch.

Rumours of a possible reunion of the original Genesis line-up began circulating in 2004 after Phil Collins stated in an interview that he is open to the idea of sitting back behind the drums and "let Peter be the singer." The classic line-up has only reformed for a live performance once before, in 1982. However, the group did work together to create a new version of an old Genesis song The Carpet Crawlers 1999released on the Genesis Hits record. Gabriel later met with other Genesis band members, and a possible reunion tour of The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway was discussed. Gabriel declined a reunion, so Collins, Banks, and Rutherford chose to tour as Genesis without him.

Gabriel performed John Lennon's "Imagine" at the Opening Ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy on February 10, 2006.

Cingular Wireless has aired commercials featuring Gabriel's "Solsbury Hill."
Gabriel is currently recording a new studio album entitled Input/Output, which will be his first new album release since Up in 2002. No release date has been announced.
Gabriel's song "Digging in the Dirt" is now being used for promotional videos for the FX show "Dirt"

Gabriel is involved in The Filter, an add-on application for iTunes, Windows Media Player and some Nokia phones which can automatically generate playlists based on music you select.

In November 2006, the Seventh World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Rome presented Gabriel with the Man of Peace award. The award, presented by former President of the USSR and Nobel Peace Prize winner Mikhail Gorbachev and Walter Veltroni, Mayor of Rome, was an acknowledgement of Gabriel's extensive contribution and work on behalf of human rights and peace. The award was presented in the Giulio Cesare Hall of the Campidoglio in Rome.

Also at the end of 2006 Peter was awarded the Q Magazine Lifetime achievement award.
Gabriel's most recent project is with the BBC World Service's competition "The Next Big Thing" to find the world's best young band. Gabriel is judging the final six young artists with William Orbit, Geoff Travis and Angelique Kidjo.

First reported in The Times newspaper on January 21, 2007, Peter Gabriel has announced that he will release his next album in the U.S. without the aid of a record company. Gabriel, an early pioneer of digital music distribution, has raised £2 million towards recording and 'shipping' his next as-yet-untitled album in a venture with investment boutique Ingenious Media. Gabriel is expected to earn double the money that he would get through a conventional record deal. Commercial director Duncan Reid of Ingenious explains the business savvy of the deal, saying, "If you're paying a small distribution fee and covering your own marketing costs, you enjoy the lion's share of the proceeds of the album. Gabriel is expected to outsource CD production for worldwide release through Warner Bros. Records. The new album deal covers the North America territory, where Gabriel is currently out of contract.[6]
Gabriel's new album, Big Blue Ball, will be launched in America thanks to a venture capital trust initiative. Bosses at London-based firm Ingenious have raised more than $4 million (GBP 2 million) to help promote his latest release in the US. The venture capitalists, Gabriel and his Real World Limited partners, have created a new joint venture company, High Level Recordings Limited, to oversee the release of the new album in April of 2008. [7]

On May 24, 2007, he was honoured with the Ivor Novello Award for lifetime achievement.[8]

Gabriel invested in online advertising-supported free music download site, We7.com. [9]

Gabriel is the only rocker to have actually initiated recording with Apes. Soon after, Sir Paul McCartney jammed with the bonobo apes too. Gabriel very openly discusses his desire to continue a major effort Apenet or Animal Nation where intelligent animals can communicate via internet. The not for profit effort is pending, but active as of early 2008

Other Info

In 1976, Gabriel covered the Beatles song "Strawberry Fields Forever" for the musical documentary All This and World War II. He has also recorded covers of Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne," the Gershwin standard "Summertime," the Magnetic Fields' "Book of Love," and The Four Tops' "I'll Be There." A cover of Marvin Gaye's "Ain't That Peculiar", part of his set list for his first solo tour, is available on some bootlegs but was never commercially released.

In the late 80's, Gabriel's hit "In Your Eyes" was used by "Asia's Songbird" Regine Velasquez as her winning piece in the talent search Ang Bagong Kampeon (The New Champion). From then on, the song became a signature Velasquez hit and was included in Regine's Millennium album "R2K".

He is a fan of Liverpool FC.

Gabriel's "We Do What We're Told (Milgram's 37)" from So refers to Milgram's experiment.

Gabriel's song "Red Rain" was covered by the metal band Ill Nino, and can be found on their 2006 release, The Under Cover Sessions EP.
Gabriel's song "Big Time" was the official theme song of World Wrestling Entertainment's WrestleMania 22.
The 2003 videos Uru: Ages Beyond Myst from game companies Cyan Worlds and Ubisoft featured the song "Burn You Up, Burn You Down".
The 2004 release of Myst IV: Revelation featured "Curtains", originally a B-side from the single "Big Time" from So. The song, slightly remixed from its original version, is also known as "Portal to Dreamworld". Gabriel also performs a voice acting part in the game.

He is a vegetarian.

Gabriel was referenced in the December 10, 2003 episode of South Park called Raisins, in a parody of the John Cusack with boombox scene from Say Anything, but using "Shock the Monkey" as the enticing love song.

Discography

Main article: Peter Gabriel discography

^ Lyrics on demand
^ Peter Gabriel goes ape for research project. Retrieved on 2008-02-18.
^ Solid State Logic (2005-06-16). "Solid State Logic purchased by Peter Gabriel and David Engelke". Press release. Retrieved on 2007-11-27.
^ Womad spirit defies rain and mud. BBC News (2007-07-30). Retrieved on 2007-11-27.
^ The North South Prize of Lisbon. North-South Centre. Council of Europe. Retrieved on 2008-01-21.
^ Durman, Paul. Gabriel deals a blow to the record business, The Times. 2007-01-21.
^ GABRIEL CALLS ON VENTURE CAPITALISTS TO HELP ALBUM LAUNCH, contactmusic.com. 2007-01-24.
^ Winehouse, Madonna win U.K. songwriting prizes. CBC.ca Arts (2007-05-24). Retrieved on 2007-11-27.
^ http://uk.techcrunch.com/2008/01/22/we7-proving-ad-supported-music-has-a-future/

List of best selling music artists
List of number-one hits (United States)
List of artists who reached number one on the Hot 100 (U.S.)
List of number-one dance hits (United States)
List of artists who reached number one on the U.S. Dance chart
List of artists who reached number one on the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart
Solid State Logic

External links

Peter Gabriel Official website
Peter Gabriel at the Internet Movie Database
Peter Gabriel discography at MusicBrainz
Audio interview at BBC Wiltshire
and tours between 1976 and 1983

Peter Gabriel takes part in a panel at the Global Philanthropy Forum video
Video of Peter Gabriel at the 2006 TED Conference talking about his human rights organization Witness.

Peter Gabriel[show]v • d • ePeter Gabriel
Studio albums Peter Gabriel I (Car) • Peter Gabriel II (Scratch) • Peter Gabriel III (Melt) • Peter Gabriel IV (Security) • So • Us • Up • Big Blue Ball
Live albums Plays Live • Secret World Live • Encore Series: 2003; 2004; 2007
Soundtracks Birdy • Passion • OVO • Long Walk Home
Compilations Shaking the Tree • Revisited • Hit
Films Secret World Live • Growing Up Live • Growing Up: A Family Portrait • Play: The Videos • Still Growing Up: Live & Unwrapped
German Albums Ein Deutsches Album • Deutsches Album
Other Peter Gabriel discography • Genesis
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Bill Bruford • Chester Thompson • Daryl Stuermer • Nir Zidkyahu • Nick D'Virgilio • Anthony Drennan
Studio albums From Genesis to Revelation • Trespass • Nursery Cryme • Foxtrot • Selling England by the Pound • The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway • A Trick of the Tail • Wind & Wuthering • ...And Then There Were Three... • Duke • Abacab • Genesis • Invisible Touch • We Can't Dance • Calling All Stations
Live albums Genesis Live • Seconds Out • Three Sides Live • The Way We Walk, Volume One: The Shorts • The Way We Walk, Volume Two: The Longs • Live Over Europe 2007
Compilations Turn It On Again: The Hits • Platinum Collection
Box Sets Genesis Archive 1967-75 • Genesis Archive 2: 1976-1992 • Genesis 1976-1982 • Genesis 1983-1998 • Genesis 1970-1975
EPs Spot the Pigeon • 3 X 3
Films Genesis: In Concert
Live videos Three Sides Live • The Mama Tour • Genesis Live at Wembley Stadium • The Way We Walk - Live in Concert • When in Rome
Books Genesis: A Biography • Genesis: Chapter & Verse
Other Discography
Persondata
NAME Gabriel, Peter
ALTERNATIVE NAMES Gabriel, Peter Brian
SHORT DESCRIPTION musician, record producer
DATE OF BIRTH February 13, 1950
PLACE OF BIRTH Cobham, Surrey, England
DATE OF DEATH
PLACE OF DEATH

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1 Musicians and Collaborators
2 New Album Title???=
3 Links
4 Pop Rock
5 Vatche Housepian
6 Sub-headings
7 Musical Criticism
8 Cousin to Phil Collins?
9 Name That Tune
10 Discography link
11 Fan Site Links
12 German songs?
13 SEX Scene in music video
14 Gabriel + Laurie Anderson Live on MTV on New Year's Day, 198?
15 Obligatory Twain quote here
16 Photo
17 Recon
18 The reference to gated drum sound
19 Headline text ==
20 Peter Gabriel a fan of Wikipedia?
21 Place of birth
22 Big Blue Ball

Musicians and Collaborators

I have deleted the first line of this paragraph,

While the gaps between his studio album releases have become longer and longer (six years between So and Us, ten between Us and Up), because it is demonstrably false. Gabriel's next studio album after "So" (1986) was not "Us" (1992) but "Passion" (1989). Similarly, Gabriel's next studio albums after "Us" were "Ovo" and "Long Walk Home" in 2000, and not "Up" as stated. Given that introducing qualifiers into the first would seem to amount to nit-picking, I thought it better to get rid of it altogether. --Justificatus (talk) 20:57, 11 January 2008 (UTC)

New Album Title???=

I am a little confused about the "Recent work and appearances" section of the article. It states that "... Peter Gabriel has announced that he will release his next album in the U.S. without the aid of a record company. Gabriel ... has raised £2 million towards recording and 'shipping' his next as-yet-untitled album in a venture with investment boutique Ingenious Media..."

The very next paragraph notes that "Gabriel's new album, Big Blue Ball, will be launched in America thanks to a venture capital trust initiative..." Is "Big Blue Ball" the official title of the album? Why does the previous paragraph state it is still untitled?

As a side note, I am a Gabriel fan but I have not been following the news recently. The last I heard, the new album was to be titled I/O (Input/Output), keeping up the tradition of two-letter words for the titles. Is "Big Blue Ball" the new name for I/O or is it an entirely different project? Thanks! 210.50.56.103 04:07, 19 August 2007 (UTC)

Further to what I wrote above, it seems Wikipedia has web pages for I/O and Input/Output (!) but none for "Big Blue Ball". Here are the links
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Input/Output_%28album%29
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I/O_%28Peter_Gabriel%29
Is "Big Blue Ball" a reference to a Zorb ball by any chance???? ;-) 210.50.56.103 04:17, 19 August 2007 (UTC)

Sorry, I don't know where to put this. But, on his page, the links on the left side are messed up. Specifically the "Main Page" link looks different.

Does this piece need the five external links? And if it does, how about some text explaining what they are? It seems a bit silly - and typical of music entries in here - that people just add links but there's no indication of their content or value. --138.37.188.109 11:17, 9 Jun 2004 (UTC)

I fail to see how Gsl link to Peter Gabriel lyrics is classified as spam. Steven 07:10, 5 September 2005 (UTC)

(I think you want 195.50.201.11, not me. Geoff/Gsl 06:03, 2 October 2005 (UTC))

I removed the cat. that suggested Gabriel is Bi-Polar. I have been a fan for 20 years and have never read or heard of anything that even suggests this. In my opinion it's nonsense and any cat. addition or entry that states this, should be supported with some facts, references or links Stephenjh 22:39, 7 November 2006 (UTC)

There's a lot of speculation out there to that effect (googling 'peter gabriel bipolar' will pull up dozens of examples), probably fuelled by some of his lyrics, but I don't know of anything solid enough to justify categorisation here. --Calair 00:42, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

Yes, but Googling something doesn't make it true. Just finding Gabriel's name on a list doesn't make it worthy of encyclopeadic entry. I would be more interested in finding this Bipolar issue in print in a newspaper, or magazine (and therefore archived on the net). I'm rather surprised to see it listed at www.IMDB.com too. I think it's just "net rumour" and / exaggeration. Stephenjh 08:38, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

Anybody can submit information for IMDB's 'trivia' sections, and AFAICT that stuff doesn't get checked very carefully. (You'll note that the same section also claims he's Phil Collins' cousin, which also seems fairly shaky.) I'm not arguing that the claim that PG is bipolar is true or that it should be included in the article, just that it's a fairly common piece of speculation and I'm surprised you haven't encountered it before.

Gabriel has certainly alluded to depression of some form; this Evening Standard article states that "[PG] has, in the past, talked at length about his own depression in his forties", and in this Yahoo interview he says "I have a depressive part of my nature and a hopeful, energetic side... It still oscillates between moments of depression and moments of joy and happiness." Combining such comments with his work patterns and some of his songs, there's plenty of fodder for speculation there.

That said, I am completely in agreement with you that the category doesn't belong on this article without stronger evidence than that. Articles should not be categorised on the strength of speculation, and IMHO people should not be categorised as bipolar unless we have evidence that they've been diagnosed as such by a competent psychiatrist. --Calair 11:38, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

With respect, the comments he made are an observation of himself, and one that we could all make to a greater or lesser degree depending upon our own self awareness. As humans, we all have mood swings and experience 'opposites', how we define and discuss them is subjective. Unless Gabriel specifically stated he's Bipolar, or it's been printed (unchallenged) in the press, I wouldn't want to see him defined as Bipolar on a Living Person Wiki Bio. Stephenjh 12:36, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

I'm not sure we're actually disagreeing on anything here :-) --Calair 13:22, 8 November 2006 (UTC)
No we're not :) But, as I deleted the cat. I thought it important to state why, add some discussion here, and check the consensus. Sometimes these things end up in unnecessary conflicts. Stephenjh 16:59, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

Birthday? Martin C. Strong's Great Rock Discography says PG was born May 13th, not Feb.

I have seen his birth certificate, it states Feb. 13 DisneyFreak96 05:49, 20 January 2007 (UTC)

To prevent No Original Research I am linking you to Real World Studios which mentions his birthday gifts in early March. "3-Mar-2007 This update brings talk of an emptier, more 'stripped-back' approach to audio in his current studio work, birthday gifts and high praise for the meastro of the upright bass Danny Thompson"--DizFreak talk Contributions 05:14, 26 March 2007 (UTC)
Any speculation obviously doesn't meet WP:V, and we should be careful to cite WP:RS in a WP:BLP, especially for a guy who admits to reading Wikipedia...-h i s s p a c e r e s e a r c h 22:43, 27 August 2007 (UTC)

Vatche Housepian

I removed this section because it is off-topic and nearly unparsable. In nearly any album there are quibbles over credts. Why is this notable? If there is some notable dispute the reason it's meaningful needs to be clear, and I'd suggest it needs to go in the album article rather than here anyway. Jgm 15:47, 16 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Sub-headings

This article needs more sub-headings; but may require restructuring in order for them to be meaningful. Andy Mabbett 4 July 2005 20:54 (UTC)

The birthday is definitely Feb.

I'm new so I don't want to go trying to edit stuff on the main article but it was the Holmes Brothers and not the Blind Boys Of Alabama who sang on "Burn You Up, Burn You Down."

Musical Criticism

Just wondering if this could be a forum for musical criticism. The essay is great as far as it goes, and scholarly discussions of some of Gabriel's more enigmatic works would be a great addition.

For example, I was just listening to Kiss that Frog (for about the 100th time), and I was struck with the (obvious?) idea that while the song speaks to the general theme of transformation and rebirth (as implied in the main essay), it could also easily be read as pretty blunt metaphor for oral sex, with the frog representing male genitalia. This type of writing is exactly what we see in “Sledge Hammer.” "Come Talk to Me" also arguably contains allusions that are pregnant with similar meanings. An essay on this topic would examine lyrical themes and how they relate to musical themes, and would include supporting quotes and references.

Musical Criticism == first of all that is not musical criticism. He even said sledge hammer was an inuendo. [link to copyvio website removed] second "Come Talk to me" was about about the difficulty he had communicating with his daughter. [link to copyvio website removed] Kiss the frog was NOT about oral sex either. You need to do more research. Peter Gabriel is not some sick man who sings about stuff like that,except in sledgehammer of course ;).

Although you're probably right, be careful with using songfacts.com as a source for accurate information. For example, one of the facts on that Sledgehammer link says that Genesis had a #1 with "Invisible Touch" a few weeks after Gabriel, when really it was Genesis who was number one, and the following week, Gabriel knocked his former bandmates from the top spot. Only time that happened in Billboard history, too.--Ataricodfish 16:47, 14 April 2006 (UTC) (end moved material - --Calair 02:17, 18 April 2006 (UTC))

Sexual themes, positive and negative, are actually quite common in PG's songs. For instance:

'Sledgehammer', as above;
'Steam' (if the lyrics seem ambiguous, watching the video clip will settle any doubts on that score);
'Barry Williams Show' ("My SM lover hurt me, my girl became a man...");
'Counting Out Time', a Genesis-era song about a young man learning to make love from a book ("Erogenous zones, I question you/ Without you, mankind handkinds through the blues...";
The end of 'Big Time' ("Look at my circumstance/ And the bulge in my big big big..." - while he doesn't complete the rhyme, the intent is obvious);
'Intruder' ("I know where to find precious things in all your cupboards and drawers... I like the touch and the smell of all the pretty dresses you wear...");
'Blood of Eden' - "In the blood of Eden/ Lie the woman and the man/ The man in the woman/ And the woman in the man". There are other ways that could also be taken, but it's hard to imagine that he didn't recognise the sexual interpretation.
FYI, the iTunes album review cites Kiss That Frog as a "fellatio ode" ... 18.220.1.58 03:33, 28 August 2006 (UTC)

I would actually be fairly surprised if PG hadn't realised that 'Kiss That Frog' could be taken sexually; it comes across as tongue-in-cheek to me. But Wikipedia isn't the place to conduct original research, including literary criticism and analysis; the most we can do here is summarize and point readers to pre-existing discussion on these topics. --Calair 02:17, 18 April 2006 (UTC)

Cousin to Phil Collins?

IMDB trivia and an Amazon review claim PG is Phil Collins' cousin - neither of those are really convincing sources, though. Anybody seen this mentioned elsewhere?

I've never heard such a thing. 10-20 years ago I picked over Gabriel/Genesis trivia pretty carefully. It's possible, I suppose. In the early 1980s a number of people made observations like "Peter Gabriel sure sounds/sings a lot like Phil Collins." But in fact Collins had been the drummer doing background vocals for several years behind Gabriel, and Collins' singing was heavily influenced for many years as a result. You can hear Collins in (for example) "The Colony of Slippermen" singing with Gabriel and he sounds very similar. By the time of Security and Abacab, Gabriel and Collins didn't sound that much alike anymore. Maybe this is the sort of thing that leads people to think they are related. Joseph N Hall 11:17, 1 September 2006 (UTC)

Name That Tune

A couple of years ago, I saw a video on VH1 for a song featuring Peter Gabriel's vocals on a track by some techno/eletronic group whose name I can't place. Anyway, the video is basically a guy falling out of the sky, hitting the earth, burrowing deep through the earth, coming out the other side, entering the earth's atmosphere, then (you guessed it,) falling back down to earth again and repeatin the process ad infinitum. Does anyone know the name of the track or the group he did this song with?

Radical AdZ

Afro Celt Sound System, "When You're Falling", IIRC --Calair 22:53, 15 January 2006 (UTC)
Freeman of London

Peters father is a Freeman of London. This gives the holder and the inheritor via old London corporation law certain rights. The title is usually passed down the male line.


[edit] Discography link
Hey all, while adding "see also" links on the Genesis discography page, I wanted to include links to both Phil Collins' and Gabriel's discographies. However, I was surprised to see there wasn't a separate page for Gabriel's. I've decided to be bold and create a separate article for Gabriel's discography, copying much of the information already on this page for the discography as it's primarily a list at this time making the article look unprofessional. I think just including the albums and perhaps a few most popular singles for this page would be most appropriate. Let me know what you think. Thanks! --Ataricodfish 02:15, 14 April 2006 (UTC)


[edit] Fan Site Links
Is there a need for all the fan site links? And if so, perhaps we should make it clearer which link is which? --DisneyFreak96 06:43, 21 June 2006 (UTC)


[edit] German songs?
How does Peter Gabriel speak German? Where has he learn it? Dr.Poison 12:25, 19 July 2006 (UTC)
With an atrocious English accent. He think he learned it at school, like me, but unlike me he kept up on it. --Fantailfan 12:34, 19 July 2006 (UTC)
I agree with you (I am an Italian and I learned German and English at school). I always hated German because I thought it was too difficult, but after hearing Gabriel singing in German I started to appreciate it... I think that the sound of his music and the sound of his personal way of pronouncing German words are very well coupled...--Condor33 08:49, 22 August 2006 (UTC)
I see in Secret World Live he is speaking Italian at the start of "Steam." I know (from somewhere else, I don't know) that his French is excellent. Fantailfan 13:51, 22 August 2006 (UTC)

[edit] SEX Scene in music video
ok, listen to this. i was just watching the video for games without frontiers (its a dvd so no link) and i swear i can see a girl giving head in the movie. its at the part where peter says jane plays with lotti, lotti plays with jane and on the t.v. in the background theres a girl giving head. am i going crazy or can anyone else see it? if its there worth mentioning... - unsigned comment by 69.158.109.88 on 00:32 (UTC), August 19, 2006

I believe you are in error. I saw no such scene. What is displayed on the television monitors is the cycle of images of Peter playing with his face- the same sort of images that are full screen just before he starts to sing. link-[1] - Jeffrywith1e 09:23, 19 August 2006 (UTC)
Thanks for the YouTube link. That's just stunning. Gabriel said repeatedly in the 80s that he would never include the video for Games without Frontiers in a collection. That is in fact the first time I've ever seen it. It got extremely limited airplay. Do you know where that interview+video is from? Joseph N Hall 11:06, 1 September 2006 (UTC)
I suspect that's a re-edited video, and not the original. The version I'm more familiar with is available here. - EurekaLott 18:08, 2 September 2006 (UTC)
That interview segment is from the DVD - PLAY (with the introduction option turned on). - Jeffrywith1e 19:28, 2 September 2006 (UTC)
The video you posted is quite different in parts. I wonder if there was an issue with any of those children and release forms or something. Thanks for the link. - Jeffrywith1e 19:35, 2 September 2006 (UTC)

[edit] Gabriel + Laurie Anderson Live on MTV on New Year's Day, 198?
Gabriel and Laurie Anderson performed live at around midnight, New Year's Day, on MTV. I don't remember the year. Maybe it was 1985? They performed a very sparse setpiece-like version of "Excellent Birds." I was watching, saw it, et cetera. Does anyone remember this and/or have a reference for it? Joseph N Hall 11:31, 1 September 2006 (UTC)


[edit] Obligatory Twain quote here
Reverted edits by 69.142.21.24 claiming that PG had died on September 4 2006 as apparent vandalism (Googling turned up nothing by way of substantiation). --Calair 07:50, 4 September 2006 (UTC)





[edit] Photo
A more actual photo would be better. --141.43.142.156 16:12, 5 October 2006 (UTC)

While I'm not 100% sure what "a more actual photo" means, I think a current photo needs to be used in the infobox. The older photo can be used later in the article, but a date, or at least year, of the photo should be given. I did some looking around but I couldn't find any good photos, hopefully someone can find a better photo. Naufana : talk 22:03, 26 November 2006 (UTC)

[edit] Recon
Peter Gabriel starred in a short (very short) film called Recon. You can see it here;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1v5YAuooeo

Here's the blurb from YouTube;

"Peter Gabriel starred in a student film written and directed by Breck Eisner, son of Disney boss Michael Eisner. PG plays a cop named John Grant who pursues villians via technology, it was filmed in the LA Subway system in 1994. It was never released to the public. It was only shown at some film festivals. From The Box issue 3.1 (December 1994): 'Peter Gabriel has recently taken the lead role in a short film produced by Wild Track Productions in Hollywood. In the film, entitled "RECON", Peter plays the character of future cop John Grant, a man with no face, on a criminal investigation which takes him across the boundaries of time. The original screenplay was written by Director Breck Eisner and producer Steven Cantor. Music composed by Jonathan Elias. Filming took place in October on location in the new LA subway system. The experience was described by Peter as "exciting, and lots of fun, but exhausting!""--DizFreak talk Contributions 05:25, 26 March 2007 (UTC)

I'm not sure how accurate this is...certainly Gabriel's character has a face, but regardless it's an interesting project for him and I'd like to know more about it.

Mattcolville 18:34, 22 November 2006 (UTC)

It is accurate. PBS mentions it when they discuss Cantor's career including the film RECON. Last I heard the only way to see the actual film is to get a bootleg or You Tube. It was a college project for Eisner and Cantor.--DizFreak talk Contributions 05:25, 26 March 2007 (UTC)

[edit] The reference to gated drum sound
... Gabriel's third album is generally credited as the first LP to use the now-famous "gated drum" sound, invented by engineer Hugh Padgham and Gabriel's old Genesis band-mate Phil Collins.

I don't actually know what the gated drum sound is. Please can someone post a sample of audio demonstrating the gated drum sound.

Klynchk 12:56, 16 January 2007 (UTC)


Think of the drums in the transition to chorus in Collins' "In the Air Tonight". Electonically gated refers to how the analog sound of the drum beat is abruptly distorted at the end of the beat in a noticeably electronic fashion. But "talking about music is like dancing about architecture", isn't it? Piperdown 03:58, 25 March 2007 (UTC)

FWIW, there's a sample of that here. --Calair 09:42, 25 March 2007 (UTC)

Influences:


[edit] Headline text ==
Quoting from this existing wiki on Peter Gabriel: "A lover of soul music, Gabriel was influenced by many different sources in his way of singing, mainly Nina Simone, Gary Brooker of Procol Harum and Cat Stevens. He also played the flute on Stevens' Mona Bone Jakon album in 1970."

I strongly believe this list should include Otis Redding. Many years ago I read a quote from P. Gabriel saying something like: (only a paraphrase) Otis Redding is the greatest singer ever recorded." Or something similarly superlative. Sgsmith, nola 19:49, 27 March 2007 (UTC)


[edit] Peter Gabriel a fan of Wikipedia?
This article claims that Peter Gabriel is a fan of Wikipedia.

Another article by Gabriel himself in the news recently mentions Wikipedia, and another article related to Gabriel gives Wikipedia a passing mention.--h i s s p a c e r e s e a r c h 01:09, 12 May 2007 (UTC)

If so, then a big hello to Peter from an Australian fan of Genesis and his solo albums! :-) 210.50.56.103 04:13, 19 August 2007 (UTC)

[edit] Place of birth
Quite a few other source indicate Woking as Gabriel's place of birth (most recently, this Guardian interview: http://music.guardian.co.uk/pop/story/0,,2106277,00.html ), while Chobham's only mentioned as the place where he lived & went to school. So which is it?

Yes, which is? Encyclopaedia Britannica says Woking while Grove Music says Cobham but everywhere else it's (C(h)obham with no consensus. Hazel75 11:02, 13 November 2007 (UTC)

[edit] Big Blue Ball
I saw an edit to the article that included this title and Googled it (http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1002950818) the resulting Billboard article is nearly a year old. I know Gabriel doesn't rush, but is this release still planned?

Yes, his latest song that was released on the Long Way Down soundtrack ("Whole Thing") is said to be the first single from it.70.247.40.231 (talk) 15:12, 10 February 2008 (UTC)

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The 40th Anniversary of Jethro Tull is upon us in February 2008. Having initially thought that it was all best avoided in any reference to our upcoming concert tours, I slowly changed my mind after chatting to the others in the band and to some of the fans. Now I have agreed that we will celebrate the tours with a full laser light show, a dancing troupe of honed and bronzed young men fresh from the Madonna boudoir, 60 foot inflatable flute-phallus on stage, Chinese acrobats and fireworks nightly – and – live prostate examinations for lucky competition-winners during the concert intermission.

OK – I exaggerate: there will be a little 40-year awareness spread lovingly but discretely for at least the UK tours with the occasional invited guest and some production and lighting references to the “Old Days”. The set-list will be chosen mainly from the first three albums with a few bits and pieces from a little later. Songs and tunes which defined the early Jethro Tull from blues band to eclectic, pre-prog inventiveness.

But it would hardly be appropriate for old Sourpuss and his cohorts to give too much credence to birthday bashes in this sense. I, personally, look forward much more to celebrating the 41st anniversary.

In this upcoming year of 2008, we have plans to visit a few less places than last year. I already have some time set aside for studio work and lazing about in the garden.

But there are already some 70 shows in place between April and end of August, just waiting for the first week of January to go by so that the various promoters can return from skiing their buttocks off and back to their offices to begin the grim task of signing their lives and homes away on the dotted line of contractual commitment. Watch for more dates to go on this website in the upcoming weeks. - Ian Anderson

Be sure to watch for related stories on the tour on the press clipping page.



Russia/Ukraine -Winter 2008
FEB
21 St. Petersburg, Russia Oktyabrsky Hall
22 Moscow, Russia MDM Palace Theatre
24 Odessa, Ukraine Operetta Theatre
UK 40th Anniversary Tour - Spring 2008
APR
6 Swindon Wyvern Theatre 01793 524 481
8 Oxford New Theatre 0844 847 1585
9 Manchester Lowry Lyric 0870 787 5780
10 St Albans Arena 01727 844 488
11 Brighton Dome 01273 709 709
12 Cambridge Corn Exchange 01223 357 851
14 Cardiff St David's Hall 029 2087 8444
15 Salisbury City Hall 01722 434 434
16 Bournemouth Pavilions 0870 111 3000
17 Basingstoke The Anvil 01256 844 244
18 Bristol Colston Hall 0117 922 3686
19 Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall 01303 228 600
30 Dunfermline Carnegie Hall 01383 602 302
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1 Edinburgh The Queens Hall 0131 668 2019
2 Glasgow The Pavilion Theatre 0141 332 1846
3 Aberdeen Music Hall 01224 641 122
6 Inverness Eden Court 1463 234 234
7 Perth Concert Hall 0845 612 6328
8 Newcastle City Hall 0191 261 2606
9 Carlisle Sands Hall 01228 625 222
10 Sheffield City Hall 0114 278 9789
11 York Grand Opera House 0870 606 3595
13 Liverpool Philharmonic 0151 709 3789
14 Llandudno Venue Cymru 01492 872 000
15 Blackburn King George's Hall 01254 582 582
16 Peterborough Broadway 01733 316 100
17 Ipswich Regent Theatre 01473 433 100
25 Derbyshire, England Catton Hall Park Catton Hall Park
28 London Royal Festival Hall 0871 663 2500
German, Swiss, Czech - Spring/Summer 2008
MAY
30 Berlin, Germany Zitadelle (with Orchestra)
31 Steinbach-Langenbach, Germany Naturtheater
JUNE
1 Hamburg, Germany Stadtpark
20 Heidenheim, Germany Im Brenzpark
21 Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic Castle Amphitheatre
22 Kamenz(Dresden), Germany Hutbergbühne
JULY
11 Tuttlingen, Germany Ruine Hohnberg
12 Viernheim, Germany Eisporthalle
13 München, Germany Tollwood
16 Stuttgart, Germany TBA
18 Kempten, Germany Big Box
21 Lucerne, Switzerland Blueballs festival
AUG
21 Beverungen, Germany Am Weserufer
22 Bad Brückenau, Germany Kurpark
23 Hanau, Germany Amphitheater
24 Bonn, Germany Museumsmeile
United States - Fall 2008 (more dates announced later)
AUG
3 Gilford, NH
Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion
TICKETS ON SALE 2/16
with Peter Frampton
4 Boston, MA
Bank of America Pavilion
TICKETS ON SALE 2/16
9 Wantagh, NY Nikon at Jones Beach Theater - TICKETS NOW ON SALE with Peter Frampton
10 Uncasville, CT
Mohegan Sun Arena - TICKETS NOW ON SALE
12 Morrison, CO Red Rocks Amphitheater - TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Current Band Members


Jethro Tull has been blessed with outstanding musicians over the years. Here you will find details on Tull's members including biographies, diaries, fan e-mail addresses, equipment credits, and special surprises.

You'll also find a complete list of past members and their biographies.

Current Band Members

Ian Anderson - Flute, Guitar, Bouzouki, Mandolin, Harmonica, Vocal

Known throughout the world of rock music as the flute and voice behind the legendary Jethro Tull, Anderson celebrates his 34th year as a recording and concert musician... more
> diaries > equipment > email Ian

Special Treats: Ian writes about Cats | DVT | Indian Food | Tull Books |
Kitten Care | playing the flute

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Martin Barre - Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Flute
Considered one of rock's greatest and most influential electrical guitarists. Barre first ran into Jethro Tull in 1968 when his band "Gethsemane" as it was then called, supported Tull at a concert at the Van Dyck Club in Plymouth, England... more

> diaries > equipment > official website

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David Goodier - Bass guitar and double bass

Born near Stonehenge in England, David has been a full time bass player, appearing with many artists from the world of Jazz, pop and Rock. Current regular bands include pianist Jonathan Taylor’s trio and the Celtic/jazz influenced band Carmina with whom he will be recording a new album in January 2007. Since 2002 he has been touring worldwide with Ian Anderson... more


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John O'Hara - Orchestral conductor, piano, keyboards and accordion
While working in theatre John learnt the basics on Bass Guitar, Flute, Trumpet and Trombone until eventually discovering the Accordion. In 2003, he met Ian Anderson and joined the "Rubbing Elbows" tour on piano and accordion subsequently recording on Rupi’s Dance...more


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Doane Perry - Drums and Percussion
Began playing piano at age 7 and continued until age 11 when the Beatles came along and changed everything. He discovered the possibility, however unlikely that might have been, of young girls chasing him down the street if he took up the drums... more

> diaries > equipment > unofficial fan website > email Doane


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Occassional Guests

James Duncan - Drums and percussion

James has been playing drums since the age of thirteen. In 2002 he worked with Ian Anderson on his "Rubbing Elbows" U.S. tours and has remained on the stool since... more


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Florian Opahle - Guitar

Born in 1984, his musical interests cover contemporary Rock styles as well as Classic Rock, Blues and Jazz as well as Classical music. In 2003, he began working with Ian Anderson in his solo band and orchestral projects...more


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Anna Phoebe - Violin

Anna is a London-based rock violinist who has gained attention as a highly exhilarating and emotive performer. She plays both electric and acoustic violins in a “traditional” Rock band setting but with interwoven techno and more contemporary sounds. She joins Jethro Tull as special guest from March 2007... more

> official website



Biographies, updates, credits, and much more on the many former Tull players




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Latin: Brazilian Jazz
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Metal/Punk: Scandinavian Metal
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Pop: Bubblegum Pop
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Pop: French Pop
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Rock: 70's Rock
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Spiritual: Christian Rock
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Spoken Word: Comedy
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HELVETIA: The Acrobats
Complex, hypnotic, self recorded jams on their new record The Acrobats, the follow up to the critically acclaimed 2006 release "The Clever North Wind."

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THE BELL: Make Some Quiet
This might take you back to a time when you were first discovering bands that acted like the ideal soundtrack to your post-teenage life. Think of Echo and the Bunnymen and The Cure.

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LITTLE AL: Little Al
East coast hip hop rap

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DAS LLAMAS: World War
Wild-throated melodies loom over a landscape of guitars and synthesizers ardently sewn together over spastic percussion erupting against steadfast bass lines that create a grimy upbeat electro rock that drunkenly flirts with no-wave punk.

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SPOUSE: Love Can't Save This Love
Indie rock with memorable choruses, driving beats, and sometimes smooth/sometimes raspy vocals.

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New wave, indie, powerpop, electro, dance.

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PRETTY & NICE: Blue & Blue
Glitch-pop that twists and turns, followed up by four dance remixes. Music to get sweaty to.

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RUN CHICO RUN: Slow Action
Electro-pop instrumentation, noirish keyboards and lo-fi folk set against jarringly sweet, high harmonies.

CD price: $12.97

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SLAINSUN: Interferences
Trying to develop a genre between gothic, electro, noise and industrial, without belonging exclusively to anyone of them.

CD price: $5.00


JESSICA SOMETHING JEWISH: Seattle Calls
The first full-length release. An assortment of experimental-electronic-pop ballads.

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GIRLS ON FILM: Get Close To Me EP
Dancetronic glam wave

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ELECTRIC RAIN: Sugarcube Communications EP
4-piece EP. From Brit-pop to 80ies Wave and Shoegaze, Electric Rain have created their own dense and atmospheric wave-pop-sound.

CD price: $9.00


UTS: Foam Faces
New wave, indie, powerpop, electro, dance.

CD price: $11.99


WHATEVER HAPPENED TO CORDUROY?: Whatever Happened to Corduroy? EP
Explosive. Introverted. Glimmering rock with heart-felt lyrics and a chorus of voices that tell the tale of a boy named Corduroy.

MP3 price: $6.00


POPMATICA: Meglio sbagliare
Italian trio pop / rock with obvious new-wave influences. The compromise between refinement and easy listening is their bet.

CD price: $7.90


HINTERLAND: Pan Pan Medico
A sound that drifts from darkly ethereal beauty to blasts of feedback-infused bliss. We call it dreamo.

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LILY RAE: Bad Film
Tenderly brash slices of acoustic alt-pop



NOTMOVING: Live In The 80's
Live punk rock.


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CD price: $20.00


COWBOYS INTERNATIONAL: Revisited
New wave robotic rhythms, echoed synthesizer and the metallic resonance of aquarium guitars, all wrapped up in a glittery but edgy pop package

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ANYTHING BOX: Worth
This is a very rare album by Abox. This was recorded in Berlin, Germany with Gareth Jones, who produced Erasure, Depeche Mode, The Bad Seeds and more.

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MARSTON SMITH: Trance Cello
This album (in collaboration with Benedikt Brydern) presents more interpretations of popular New Age (Enya) and alternative (The Verve) artists performed on the cello. Using a classic instrument, Marston re-interprets these works in live, imaginative, and

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THE JEALOUS GIRLFRIENDS: Comfortably Uncomfortable
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ANYTHING BOX: The Universe Is Expanding
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ATP (ADENOSINE TRI-PHOSPHATE): Deranged Angel
Japanese femme vocal, sliding over a bed of pop-tronic with an attitude. D.A. is "POP". Yet this "pop music" threatens you... Great "POP" CD for those who otherwise are listening harder, darker and friekier music. Must for Music Lovers. BOWIE/CURE/ROXY

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GROOVSKI: Groovski
Polish/East European mad mutant neu-punk, a bit insane and fiercely original.

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SIMON STINGER: Some Kinda Voodoo
San Francisco's cool modern rock band delivers a party atmosphere, sexy groove, smooth euro vibe, and female vocalist commonly referred to as bionic.

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ANYTHING BOX: Recovered 1993-1995
This album can be described Abox's "Kraftwerkian" album, and it is an electro lover's dream. If the melodies don't get you, the mood will.

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Albums (5), singles (5), compilations (5), ODC40 - dance (5), schlager singles and albums (5), classical (5), Media Control GfK; archives from Jan 1992
Various charts, Media Control GfK; registration required; partly free
Albums (20), singles (30), compilations (10), dance (40), videos (20), Media Control GfK International GmbH + links to other German charts
Singles (20), Media Control; archives from Jan 1960
Albums (30), singles (30), compilations (30), Media Control (click on "Werbung schliessen" to close flash-adds)
MusicOne Charts
Deutsche Dance, Club, Alternative (DAC), Black, Reggae, College Radio (DCRC) Charts
Bavarian Top 30 Archives from Oct 1981
Schlager der Woche (Bavarian Top 30) and WebCharts, media control GfK International / Bayern 3; archives from Jul 1981
Die SR 1 Hörercharts, SR1 Europawelle, Saarbrücken; archives from Sep 2003
Fritz 20 plus 1, archives from Mar 2004
Volkstümliche Hitparade
MDR 1 Schlagerparade
BVD Dance Charts: national, international; monthly 1.01
N-Joy Radio - Charts
Power 92.9 Hit Radio N1 - Pätmäns Chartshow & Barrys Saturday Nite Clubbing 22.12
Die Liederbestenliste (Ex- SWR2 Liederbestenliste), archives from Oct 1983
SWR3-Charts, archives from week 36, 1998
TWS Top 10
Tanz Schule Springer - Hitparade
Hit Radio FFH - Die FFHits - Hessens Top 40, archives Mar 1993 - Oct 2005, Hessen
Chartsservice (Ex-Balloon Charts) - links to various charts
Bravo Usercharts
Radio PSR - Superhit Countdown
Deutsche Alternative Top 20 Trend Charts (DAT 20)
Deutsche Alternative Top 20 Trend Charts (DAT 20)
Antenne Thüringen - Charts
Radio FFN - Superhit-Countdown, archives from Oct 2003
Radio Salü - Megacharts
Soundcheck-Charts, airplay chart of Nordrhein-Westfalen country
Radio Regenbogen - Hörercharts, Mannheim
Vor Laut / WOM Charts
MTV Hitlist Germany
Hit-Radio Antenne 1 - Top 20, Stuttgart
JAM FM HitList, archives from Sep, 2006
88Acht das Stadtradio - 88acht Hitparaden, Berlin
East-Club-Charts
Viva TV Charts
Radio Sunshine Live Charts
Radio Siegen Hitparade, Siegen 3.01
Radio WAF - Radio WAF-Charts & NRW Top 30 Airplay Charts, Warendorf
WDR4 Top 17, Köln
Aachen 100,eins - Aachen-Charts, Aachen 22.12
Antenne Bayern Top 30, Ismaning
SWR/Dasding Netzparade, Baden-Baden
Gong fm Top 20, Regensburg
Radio SAW - Eure Top 20 Hits, Sachsen-Anhalt
98 8 Kiss FM - 40 Kisses Countdown, Berlin
Antene Brandenburg - Schlagerhitparade, Yesterday Charts, Potsdam; archives from Feb 2002
You FM Charts, Frankfurt
Delta Radio - Deine Top 30, Kiel
campuscharts.de, archives from Oct 2001
German-DJ Charts: dance, alternative, metal/rock; by World-DJ.net; archives from Jan 2005
Musicload Charts, various categories
WebRadio Liveab1 - Top50 Hörercharts, archives form week 21, 2006 18.12
Truckers-Hit-Mix-Charts, WebRadio Liveab1
94.5 Radio Cottbus - Hörercharts Top 15, Cottbus 15.12
RPR1 - Top 20 - Ihre Charts, Ludwigshafen
Radio Leipzig - Die Top 20, Leipzig
Ostseewelle Hit-Radio - Hörercharts, Rostock
SkyRadio Hessen - Top7 um 7, Kassel
Hitradio NRW Charts, Oberhausen
CrossChannel.de - CrossCharts, webradio, Christian music
Austria
Albums (75), singles (75), IFPI - Landesgruppe Österreich; archives from Jan 1973
Various radio charts, archives from Oct 2003
Albums (75), singles (75), compilations (20), music DVDs (10), IFPI - Landesgruppe Österreich; archives from Jan 2001
Radio FM4 Charts, archives from apr 2001
Ö3 Hörercharts
www.dancecharts.at
Hit FM Top 25 (Ex- Radio W4), Niederösterreich
Welle 1 - Charts, Salzburg
Radio Soundportal Charts, 97,9 FM, Graz (Ex-Radio mpv; ex-97,9 FM)
DJ-Charts Austria, archives from Jan 2003
Campus Radio 94.4 Charts, St. Pölten
ADC 50, die Austrian-Dance-Chart by World-DJ.net; archives from week 31, 2005
Chaos Radio Austria - Hörercharts, webradio
Italy
Albums (50), compilations (30), singles (50), AC Nielsen C.R.A.
Albums (50), singles (50), airplay (40), monthly charts by categories , Musica e dischi
Archives of Hit Parade Italia since 1947; browsing by all artists and titles
R101 - Superclassifica, Top Five, '80, '90, Milan (ex- 101 Network) ++8.01
Radio Marte - Classifiche
Radiolina - Classifiche, Cagliari +5.01
Radio Deejay - 50 Songs, archives
Rockol - charts (Ex- Rock Online)
Oneweek RA Charts - links to various dance charts
MTV Italia Charts
Radio Sound - Power Compilation & Dimensione House
Radio Italia - Classifica
Radio 105 Network - Hit International, Hit Italia, Discomania Mix 3.01
Nonsolomusica radio syndication - Classifiche (incl. Music Control Top 5)
La classifica di MusicSite.it
Max Radio Classic - Max Parade
Italian Alternative Chart, archives from Feb 2005
Radio Capital - Capital Webchart
France
Singles (100), new albums (200), compilations (40), videos (40), download singles (20), download albums (20) etc (I), IFOP/TITE LIVE/SNEP; archives from Feb 1996
Singles (100), new albums (200), compilations (40), download singles (20), download albums (20) (II), archives from Jun 2000; IFOP/TITE LIVE/SNEP
Le Classement Radios, archives from Jun 2000
666 La Radio ROCK - playlists
RTL Musiques Playlists
Kiss FM - Top Des Diffusions, 94.6FM, 90.9 FM, Nice
Roc FM - Classement des 40 en Nord, 97.6 Lille & 99.7 St-Omer
Hit West - Hit 30, Nantes
Club 40, classement officiel des meilleures diffusions musicales en Clubs; archives from Dec 2004
Radio campus Grenoble 90.8 - Classement du mardi, archives from Dec 2003
Le Mouv Radio France - L'Inde 30
Radio 8 - Le Top 10, Sedan
Radio Skyrock - Hit Skyrock, Hit des ventes & Top 10, Paris
Ferarock - XXX de France & Feraliste [.pdf files]
Greece
IFPI Charts
Safari 107.1 FM - Top 20, dance music, Thessaloniki
Radio 1 88 FM charts, Rhodes; archives from Apr 2004
MAD Charts: Vodafone Mad Scanner Top 10, IFPI Greece Top 10's; archives from Aug 2004
Metro Radio 89,2 - Metro Top 30, Heraklion, Crete
Greek Alternative Charts, archives from Sep 2006
Radio Loud 88.8 - Top 20 Airplay & Power Play, Trikala
Ireland
Singles (50), albums (75), compilations (25), music DVDs (10), ChartTrack / IRMA
Singles (50), albums (75), compilations (20), dance singles (10), classical albums (10), ChartTrack / IRMA
2FM - Ireland's Top 40 Singles and Albums, Top 10 Compilations, ChartTrack / IRMA
FM104 Top 40 Singles Chart
The Today FM Top 40 Chart, Dublin
Estonia
Various Estonian charts
Raadio 2: R2 Top 20 & Albumimüügi TOP10 22.12
PedroBeat AS - CD & DVD Top 100, archives from Aug 2005
Eesti Top 40 & UunoChart, raadio Uuno
Sky Radio - Sky Parad
Russkoe Radio - Hit-parad, Russian music; Tallinn
Raadio Sky Plus - Coca-Cola Top40, Tallinn; archives from week 39, 2006
Raadio Elmar - Eesti lugude edetabel, Estonian music; Tartu
Raadio Kadi - Edetabel Kadi Tosin, Kuressaare; archives from Oct 2003
Poland
OLIS - Oficjalna Lista Sprzedazy (Official Retail Sales Chart), ZPAV/Pentor; archives from Nov 2000
Top 100 - monthly chart based on distribution data provided by record companies - members of ZPAV
Lista przebojow Trojki, archives from Apr 1982
Radio Parada 96.00 FM - Lista Hot Top 20 & Lista Teraz Polska, Lódz; archives from Feb 2005
Lista niezapomnianych przebojów (oldies) & Alternatywna lista przebojów Radia Kraków
Lista Przebojów Radia Merkury, Poznan 4.01
Interia.pl - Listy Przebojow
RMF FM - Pop Lista
Lista Przebojów Z Myszka (oldies) & codzienna lista przebojów Radia Bielsko, archives from Aug 2002
Szczecinska Lista Przebojów, Polskie Radio Szczecin SA, Szczecin
Lista Przebojów Muzycznego Infoserwisu
MTV Polska - Charts
Radio Planeta 106.2 FM - Lista Przebojów Mega Beat Dance Top 20 - Aktualne notowanie (f*ing shockwave required)
Radio Eska - Goraca 20
Radio Eska - EuroTop, archives from Jun 2007
Radio Dla Ciebie - Lista przebojów, Warszaw 22.12
Radiosferowa lista Pop Top, Radiosfera Internet radio
Polskie Radio Biaùystok - Lista Przebojów, Bialystok; archives from Jan 2006 4.01
Aferzasta lista przebojów, Radio Afera 98,6, Poznan University of Technology, Poznan 4.01
Lista przebojów Radia Gniezno, 104,3 FM, Gniezno; archives from Aug 2007 4.01
Lista przebojów Radia Zachód, 103 i 106 FM, Zielona Góra 4.01
Katolickie Radio Ain Karim - Lista Przebojów, 104,4 FM, Skomielna Czarna 4.01
10z30 - lista przebojów radia Spontan, internet radio, Olesno 4.01
Lista Przebojów Radia NetCast, internet radio; archives from Jul 2004 4.01
Lista przebojów PR PiK, Polskie Radio PiK, Bydgoszcz; archives from Nov 2005 4.01
Czech Republic
Airplay (100), albums (50), singles (monthly,40) etc, IFPI - Czech Republic
Albums (80), IFPI - Czech Republic, archives from week 15, 2002
Radio Faktor 104.3 hitparáda, archives from Jul 2006
Hitparada Top 30, Kiss Hády
Hitparada Top 30, Kiss Proton, Kiss Morava, Kiss Publikum, Kiss Jizni Cechy & Kiss Delta
DJ Centrum Top 30
Czech Dance Charts Archives from Aug 2003
Radio Proglas - Hitparáda, Brno 26.12
Radio Zlín - Music Airplay Show 2.01
t-music - Chart
Hitrádio Crystal - Hitparáda, Ceska Lipa
Ujdeto Charts
Club Chart - Countdown Top 40, archives from Sep 2004
Radio Evropa 2 - Top 20, Prague 5.01
Super-Rádio - Hitparáda Top10, archives from Jan 2007 5.01
Rádio Haná - Hitparáda Top 20, Olomouc; archives from 2006 5.01
Free Radio 107 FM - Free Top 50, Brno [.pdf file] 5.01
Hitparáda Rádia Krokodyl, Brno 1.02
Hitparáda Rádia 1, 91,9 FM, Prague 1.02
Slovakia
Albums (50), compilations (5), Airplay (100), IFPI SR
Airplay Top 50 (Rebricek najhranejsich skladieb v slovenskych radiach), archives from Jan 2005
Radio Dúha - Hitparády, incl. oldies; Dubnica nad Váhom
Fun Rádio - Top Fun, Bratislava
Hitparada amaterskych gospelovych skupin
Hitlist of Musicstation
Expres Music Show & Expres Airplay, Rádio Expres, Bratislava 6.01
Belgium
Singles (50), albums (50), compilations (20), Flemish (10), dance (30), tips (20) etc., Ultratop / A.C. Nielsen, archives from Jun 2005
Studio Brussel: De Stubru-lijstjes, archives from May 2007
Radio Canteclear 107.1 FM Top 50, archives from Oct 2004
Radio VivaCité - Tip Top (Ex- Bruxelles Capitale 99.3) 22.12
BRF 1 - Hitparade, archives from week 1, 2005
BRF 2 - Schlagerparade, archives from week 1, 2005
Ultratop (French), various categories, archives from Jun 2005
De Showbizz-Site Charts, archives from Jan 2002
MRP-Media Hitparade, German Chart in Belgium
Lithuania
Radio M-1 Top 40, archives from Jan 1999
Radio Stoties FM 99 - Top 33, Alytus
Laluna FM 100,8 MHz - Lalunos Top 40, Klaipeda
Radiocentras - RC Top 30 & Lietuvos Top 20, Vilnius
Radijo stotis Kapsai - Top 15, FM 100,2 MHz, Marijampole
Radijo stotis Lietus - Lietaus Top20, Lithuanian music; Vilnius; archives from Jul 2004
Radijo stotis Mazeikiu Aidas - MA Top 30, Mazeikiai; archives from Jul 1997 - Jan 1998 and from Mar 2004
Radio "Znad Wilii" - Pogodna Lista Przebojów & Polska Lista Przebojów, 103.8 FM, Vilnius
Radijo Stotis Spindulys - Top 25, Plunge
Donzas Top 40, Radijo Klubas 89.7 FM, Siauliai; archives
European Hit Radio TOP 40
Zip Taskai, Zip FM, Vilnius
Radijo stotis A2 - Top 12, 96,40 MHZ, Vilnius
Switzerland
Albums (100), singles (100), compilations (25), Media Control AG, Radio DRS, IFPI Schweiz; archives from Jan 1968
Airplay (30), Nielsen Music Control
Downloads (20), Hitparade.ch / VIVA Schweiz
Various radio and TV charts, archives from Mar 2000
Swiss Netcharts
Radio Munot - Hörercharts, Schaffhausen
Radio aktuell - CeDe-Charts
VIVA-Swizz Charts & Playlist
Radio Top Countdown
Radio 105 Charts (save your ears and minimize volume on your headphones before opening; f*ing shockwave required)
Extra BERN-Album-Hitparade
National Charts, monthly; archives from Sep 2002
Swiss DJ Charts by World-DJ.net; archives from Jan 2005
RadioCentral - Central-Charts, oldies; Brunnen 8.01
Spain
Albums (100), singles (20), compilations (20), music DVDs (20), archives from week 1, 2005; Promusicae / Media Control GfK Intl. (until week 2, 2005 - AFYVE / Media Control) [.pdf files]
Albums (50), singles (20), Promusicae / Media Control GfK Intl.
Albums (100), Promusicae / Media Control GfK Intl. [.pdf file]
Los 40 Principales
Die Top-Hits bei Mallorca 95,8, Mallorca 95,8 Das Inselradio, Palma de Mallorca
Maxima 51 Chart, Maxima FM
Iguana Rock charts, Canary Islands; Internet radio from Live365
Croatia
Radio Martin charts (dance, national, foreign)
Radio Varazdin - Domaca Top lista, Varazdin
Croatian Radio - Top 20 lista (Top 10 national - Domaca lista and foreign - Strana lista)
Otvoreni Radio - Strana top lista & Domaca top lista, airplay charts
101 Top 40 Countdown, 101 Radio
Radio M 98.7 FM Topliste, various categories, Sarajevo
Radio Split - Top Lista, Split
Hungary
Albums (40), compilations (10), singles (10), airplay (40), dance (40), archives from Oct 1990, Mahasz
VivaTV - Slagerlistak, archives from Oct 2004
Russia
tophit.ru charts 19.12
Hit parad dvuh stolic, Radio Maximum, Moscow & St. Petersburg
Evrohit Top 40, Radio Europa Plus, Moscow
Nashe Radio 01.7 FM - Chartova Dyuzhina
Muz-TV Charts
Zharkaya Desyatka Radio Borneo, Voronezh
Avtoradio - Nacional'nyj hit-parad, compiled by Gallup-Media in Moscow
MTV Russia - Charts
Radio Yunost 68,8 UKV - Unihit, Moscow
Hit-FM 107,4 - Hit-parad nedeli
Radio Sibir' - Sib-chart, Tomsk
Power Hit Radio - Power Top 50, Murmansk; archives from week 47, 2002
PopSa 102,5 fm - Hit-parad, Moscow
HotCharts: Rossijskij itogovyj chart (compilation of the most important Radio and TV charts in Russia)
DFM - Chudo-parad (Ex- Dinamit FM)
Russkoe Radio Charts: Moscow, Kaluga,
Radio VBC - VB-Top, Vladivostok
Hit-parad radio Roks 102FM
Hit Parad Top 40, Evropa Plyus Velikie Luki, Velikie Luki
Internet Radio Shock - Chart
Hit-Parad Radio Maximum Ufa, Ufa, 107.5 FM; CHR
Radio Intervolna - Hit-parad, Chelyabinsk
Radio Randevu Top-twenty, N.Novgorod, 103.4 FM
2M - sales charts
Radio Yugra - Top-Konvejer, Hanty-Mansijsk
Portugal
Albums (30), compilations (10), music DVDs (30), Associacao Fonografica Portuguesa (AFP) - AC Nielsen Portugal; archives from week 11, 2003
Airplay (10), airplay national (10), Nielsen Music Control
Luxembourg
RTL Hit Maschinn
Eldoradio Chartbreaker
Radio Aktiv 106.5 FM - Top 30 16.12
DNR Chartattax, DNR-Radio
LRB Airplay Charts, LRB 103.9 FM, Bettembourg
Slovenia
Radio City - Lestvica Vrocih 20, Maribor; archives from week 36, 2004
Hit 95.6 FM - Lestvica Hitovih 40
Dee Jay Company Charts
Top 17 International & Slovenia, RTV Slovenia / Radio Maribor
Moj radio 107 FM - Lestvica Moj Hit, Velenje
Moj radio 107 FM - Eurobeat Top Ten, dance; Velenje
Moj radio 107 FM - Hey Mr. Deejay Top 10, dance; Velenje 18.12
Yugoslavia
Top FM - TOP5 clubmixes, Belgrade
B92 Music Charts, Radio B92, archives from May 2005
Beograd 202 - Play lista
Malta
89.7 BAY - Top 40 & RnB Top 20
Exotique record stores - Charts
Ukraine
Ukrainian Airplay Chart Top 40, UA, Rock & Dance Top 20 by FDR Radiocentr
Gala Radio 100FM - Pasha's Top 20
Radio Velikij Lug 101,8 FM - Top 20, Zaporozh'e
Skyway Radio FM 106.9 - Sky Hit, Lugansk
Russkoe Radio Ukraina - Hit-parad
Nashe Radio - Hit-parad "Znaj nashe!", Kiev
Radio Shanson - Top Shanson 20
Radio Renessans 96,8 FM - Chart, Kiev, Smooth Jazz
MFM Top 20
Starter, chart of all-ukrainian radio network; Ukrainian music
2M - sales charts
Navsi100 - TV Hit-parad
Radio Planeta 102,8FM - Hit-parad "Garyacha desyatka", Priluki
Macedonia
Antenna5 Hit Lists, Skopje
City Radio 94.7 - City Top 20, Mak Top 5 & Groove Relation, Skopje (link temporary removed due to infected pages of this radio)
Faroe Islands
Radio Faroe Islands - Til 15 tær bestu
Romania
Romanian Top 100 Singles Airplay, archives from Dec 2001
ProFM - Top 30 Airplay
MIX FM 89.3 Csikszereda - Top 20, Csikszereda
Radio 21 - Hit40 1.01
Kiss FM & Kiss TV - Fresh Top 40, archives from May 2007
City FM 106.2 - RomTop, Bucharest
Best Music Top, visitors' voted chart
Europa FM - Europa Top Hit, Bucharest 22.12
Bulgaria
Radio Vitosha Top 40 (Ex- Radio Atlantic Hit Mix)
BG Radio - Nashite 20, Sofia
Radio Signal plyus - klasacii, 90 MHz, Sofia
Radio Express - 50
Radio Fresh! - Airplay Top 40 & Top 15 Euro Dance Fresh 30, CHR; Sofia
KATRA FM - Top 40, CHR; Plovdiv
Radio Fokus - Klasaciya
City Radio/TV - Big 50, archives from Nov 2006 ++1.01
City Radio/TV - WebHit 1.01
Albania
Top Albania Radio - Week Chart
Top 40 Kenget & Top 20 Albumet - Muzika Shqiptare
Cyprus
Super FM - Super Tops
Mix FM 102.3 - Top 20
Musical Paradise store - Top 10 Greek Charts
All Records Top 40 national and foreign sales charts, stores
Georgia
Georgian Official Top 20, GECA/GORBI
Gibraltar
Gibraltar Live Music Society Chart 15.12
Belarus
Unistar Radio 99,5 - Hit-parad Goryachaya 30-ka, Minsk; AC & Hot AC
Armenia
Radiovan FM 103 - Top 10
Greenland
Nuuk FM Airplay chart, Nuuk; archives from week 49, 2004
Australia and Oceania
Australia
ARIA Top 50 Singles & Albums, Digital Tracks, Dance, Country, Compilations, Australasian, Club and Urban Charts (ARIA)
Australian Music Report Weekly Hot 100 +8.01
Australian International and Australian Artist Country Charts, ARIA/CMAA
Oz Net Music Chart, archives from Jan 1993
MP3.com.au Charts
Greekcity Top 10 Greek Tracks, monthly
Take 40 Australia charts
Sanity Music Store Charts (Sanity includes ex- HMV Australia)
Hot30 Countdown, Today Network (radio stations) (Ex- Lowie's hot30 Countdown)
Three D Radio 93.7fm - Top 20+1, Stepney (Adelaide suburb)
SYN 90.7 FM - The Hoist Top Five, Australian tracks; RMIT University, Melbourne
Australian Association of Independent Record Labels (AIR) - Charts, archives from Jun 2005
New Zealand
Singles (50), albums (50), compilations (10), archives from Jan 1999; RIANZ
The 95bFM Top 10
RDU Top 10, RDU 98.5fm, University of Canterbury, Christchurch
Life fm - The Countdown, radio network
Guam
KUAM Radio - i94-FM - Top songs, Dededo
Hit Radio 100.3 FM - Top 20, KOKU FM, Hagatna (Agana) (f*ing shockwave required)
French Polynesia
Top 30 Radio 1, Papeete
North and Central America
Canada
Canadian Music Charts: Top selling albums and singles, airplay chart, album charts by city, alternative, country, metal, classical & R&B charts by Nielsen SoundScan
Various dance and related charts by regions, archives
College Charts, Alternative Retail Sales Charts, Specialty Radio charts Archives from Nov 1995
R&R Canada Charts: CHR, Rock, HAC, AC, Country
MuchMusic Countdown archives Jan 1996 - Nov 2000
102.1 The Edge - Thursday 30, Toronto, ON
95 Crave - Canadian Top 20 and other charts (Ex- Z95-3), CKZZ; Richmond, BC
The Bear 106.9FM Charts, CKQB, Ottawa, ON 22.12
Mix 96 Weekly Top 30, Montreal, QC
C100 FM - Atlantic Canada Countdown & Top 9 @ 9, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Radio RockDetente Charts, Quebec; archives from Mar 2001
Tuned In Radio's Top 10 Dance Chart
CKMS-FM 100.3 Playlist University of Waterloo; archives from Sep 2006
CJSW Charts, CJSW 90.9 FM, Calgary, Alberta
Q-94 FM Charts, Winnipeg, MB (f*ing shockwave required)
FM 96 Top 30; London, ON 18.12
CKOI-FM - Top Franco, Top Anglo, 6 A 6, Montreal, QC
Radio Énergie - Decompte anglophone, Decompte francophone, Top 5 de Palmares.ca, Quebec; archives from Sep 2004
The Bear 100.3fm Rock 20 Countdown & Top Ten at Ten, Edmonton
MC Mario's Top 10 Mixdown
CKDU 97.5 FM Charts, Dalhousie University, Halifax
!earshot Charts, airplay on campus/community stations; various categories; archives from Feb 1999
CIUT 89.5 Charts, Toronto, ON
104.9 The Wolf - Top 20 WOLF Tracks, CFWF, Regina, SK 18.12
Canadian Club charts, archives from Sep 2001
Zed FM - Zed Top 20, Red Deer, AB
101.3 The River - Canadian Top 20 (Ex- 101.3 Hits FM), Prince George, BC
Hot 103 - Hot 30, Hot 9 at 9, Top Album & Track Downloads, Winnipeg, MB
Majic 100 Top 20, Ottawa, ON
MuchMoreMusic Countdown, MuchMoreMusic TV; Toronto, ON
Fairchild Radio AM1470 - Chart, CJVB, Vancouver, BC; Chinese music +5.01
105.3 KISS FM - Weekly Top 30, Cyber 6@6, CISS (until 2004 - CKBY), Ottawa, ON
CHRI 99.1 FM - Contemporary Top 20, Ottawa, ON; contemporary Christian music
92.5 The X - Charts, Kamloops Campus/Community Radio, Thompson Rivers University, BC; CFBX
CBC Radio 3 - The R3-30, Vancouver, BC
Canadian Hit 30, CHR; radio stations owned by Newcap Broadcasting
Chevy Top 20, CMT (Country Music Television) Canada
Power 97 - Power 20 Countdown & Top 10 at 10, CJKR, 97.5 FM, Winnipeg, MB 5.01
94X - X Top 20, CIRX, 94.3 FM, Prince George, BC 5.01
Z103.5 - Hitlist, Top 7@7, Top 9@9, CIDC, Z103.5 FM, Toronto, ON 7.01
K106.3 FM - Rock 20 Countdown, CHKS, 106.3 FM, Sarnia, ON 9.01
Mexico
Alfa 91.9 Top Ten
Las Grandes de La Z 107.3 FM 15.12
Stereo Joya 93.7 Top Ten
Stereo 97.7 - Metrónomo 977 15.12
AmericaTop100.com - México Top 100 (Ex- Top100hits.net)
Pulsar FM 107.3 - Escala 10
Del 40 al 1, Los 40 - Mexico
Ritmoson Latino - Latin TOP, TV station, Mexico D.F.
D99 Top 9, Monterrey 3.01
Red 88.1 FM Top Five 4.01
Netherlands Antilles
Dolfijn FM 97.3 - Top 40, Curacao
Aruba
Aruba's Top 20, Hit 94 FM Stereo
Magic 96.5 FM - T-30 & Dancetrakx, Oranjestad 22.12
Paraguay
Radio Venus 105.1 FM - Del 30 al 1, Asunción
Radio Canal 100 - Los 40 del pop sucesos, 100.1 FM
Puerto Rico
La Estación De Los Salseros - Los 10 del Poder, WPRM, San Juan
Alfa Rock - Exitos, WCAD, San Juan 8.01
El Salvador
Radio Vox 94.5 FM - Vox 9 18.12
YXY 105.7 FM - El Conteo, San Salvador (f*ing shockwave required)
Femenina 102.5 - Las 11 del 11
EXA FM El Salvador 91.3 - las 10 exactas
FM Globo 93.3 - Los 10 Globo Exitos, San Salvador
Costa Rica
94,7 la lista
Del 40 al 1, Los 40 - Costa Rica, 104.3 FM
Jamaica
Jamaica's Weekly Top 20 Singles by Richie B
Jamaica's Weekly Top 30 Singles by Richie B; archives from Dec 2004
Reggaesource.com Charts
Panama
Del 40 al 1, Los 40 - Panama
Omega Stereo 107.3 FM Digital - Hit parade Omega
Asia
Israel8.01
101 FM Charts (international and national), Jerusalem +8.01
Thailand
Hotwave Top 20 91.5 FM, EFM Chart 93.5 FM
Japan
Various charts (in English)
Various charts from Yahoo! Japan
J-Wave 81.3 FM - Tokio Hot 100, JOAV-FM, Tokyo; archives from Oct 1997, Nov 1995 - Dec 2001
ZIP-FM 77.8 HOT 100, Dance Hits 20, Z-Pop Count Down 30, JOQV-FM, Nagoya
CountDown TV Top 100, archives from Apr 1995
Oricon Charts, archives - last month
FM 802 - Osakan Hot 100, JOFV-FM, Osaka
Kiss-FM Kobe - Hit Chart 40, JOIV-FM, Kobe; archives from Mar, 2003
FM Ishikawa - Kanazawa Hot 100, JOHV-FM, Kanazawa; archives from Jan, 2000
PLANET Music Information Center album and singles sales charts, archives from Oct 1998
MTV Japan Charts: i-catch JAPAN Chart TOP30, World Chart Express, Korea Top 5
SoundScan Japan - CD Weekly Top 20
Tokyo FM countdowns, JOAU-FM, Tokyo; archives from Nov 2000,
Karao Ranking Station, archives from Jan 1996
Tower Records Shinjyuku Store charts, various categories, archives from May 2002
FM Osaka - Hit Chart Top 100, JOBU-FM, Osaka
Bay FM 78MHz - Countdowns, JOGV-FM, Chiba
JOOU-FM 82.7MHz - Toyama Countdown Top 50 & Music 10, Toyama
FM - Niigata 77.5MHz - Countdown 20, JOXU-FM, Niigata 22.12
J-Pop 30, archives from Jun 2000
The Hit Chart Now And Then, archives Jan - Dec 1970 and from Jan 1976
Love FM Top 40 Chart, JOFW-FM, Fukuoka; archives from Sep 2002 7.01
Singapore
98.7 FM Perfect 10 Top 10
883 Jia FM Pop Chart (Ex- Dongli 88.3FM) 23.12
Power 98FM - Top 30 Countdown
Ria 89.7 - Carta
Oli's Top 10 Songs, Oli 96.8FM (full top 10 only for Oli-friendly browsers)
Hong Kong
Various Hong Kong charts, archives from Sep 1997
Foreign chart, CR 903, archives from Jan 2005
National chart, CR 903, archives from Jan 2005
RTHK Chinese Pop Chart
997 Hit Radio Charts, archives from Jan 2001
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I'll make a soldiers decision to fly away
Load my gun, paint my face, call me misery
I can see the sky light up and the ground explode
Got my sights locked in i can see you breathe
Then i watched you fall and somebody scream
Its the saddest thing when angels fly away

I cant be home tonight, i'll make it back its allright
No one could ever love me half as good as you
Gotta badge for my scars just the other day
Wore it proud for the sake of my sanity
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I could see the flames burn bright from the windin road
Like a haunting page from our history
Watched a young girl cry and her mother scream
Its the saddest thing when angels fly away

I cant be home tonight, i'll make it back its allright
No one could ever love me half as good as you
If you cant be strong tonight, love makes you sad its allright
Noone could ever worry half as good as you

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The Angel Closes Her Eyes And Thunder Crashes...

By Reike

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06-14-2005

A part of me has always felt empty. That void slowly became filled with a rage, the likes of which, I discovered, I couldn’t control. However, I later discovered that for every force in this world is an equal and opposite force. Fire destroys Ice but is kept in check by Water. Beasts kill lizards but are hunted by plantoids. Thus is the evolution of Vana'diel. While this all appears to be natural, I can’t help but revel in the covert machinations of the true forces at work. What does it take, I wonder, to meet these unseen puppeteers?

Chapter 8: The Angel Closes her Eyes and Thunder Crashes…

I stood there…trying to catch my breath. Knees bent in a battle stance, my right hand grasped my flaming great sword while my left hand was rolled tightly around a bloody dragon fang that I ripped from the beast’s mouth. I stood in a puddle of dark blood…the fallen dark dragon lay in front of me…its severed head behind me.

“Looks like I missed all the action…” a voice echoed from the shrine’s corridors behind us. “What’s this?” The hume girl with flaming red hair and yellow get up waltzed onto the battlefield. She examined the corpse that lay before me.

“You’re—“ Serian began.

“The name’s Lion. How did a northland creature get down here? I thought the northlands were sealed after the Great War 20 years ago.” Then there was a gasp in the far corner of the shrine.

“My….master will avenge me…” the yellow one eyed demon was still alive. Serian drew his knife and went to finish off the demon.

“WAIT!!” Lion yelled out, “Who’s your master?!” The demon laughed with what energy he had left.

“The Shadowlord will return…I was simply making…preparations. You will…all…die…”

“The Shadowlord?” Ayame slowly got to her feet. Nurukiki helped support her and cast a few more minor Cure spells to bring her back to health.

“Ayame…what happened? You get lazy or something?” Serian bowed before the Musketeer.

“Don’t tell my father Serian. I’d be ashamed if he knew I nearly lost my life due to such a careless mistake.” Ayame bowed her head in shame. Lion walked over close to me. By this time I had collapsed to my knees, weakened.
“You okay?” she asked. I managed to nod slightly. As Lion helped me to my feet, Gungal came over to add support.

“We should be getting out of here…this warrior needs attention. I’ll go ahead and have the medics dispatched to the mines entrance.” Ayame saluted and teleported out of the shrine. Lion and Gungal helped me to the burning circle to teleport out of the shrine.

“So what happened to you?” Lion asked. I didn’t have the energy to respond.

“He destroyed that dragon single handedly. If I didn’t know any better I’d say he was possessed.” Gungal explained. Lion just looked forward as if she knew something.

“Well we’re lucky you all showed up when you did. I just hope that demon was lying…” Gungal and Lion helped me down on the burning circle. Nurukiki ran up and sat next to me.

“You take care of him Nuru. We’ll meet you outside.” Aburonte commanded her. The tarutaru saluted. The room began to distort again and I slowly feel into darkness.

… … … … …

“If he doesn’t live, can I sell off his armor? I need the gil badly.”

“Don’t talk like that, kupo!!! He’ll be fine!”

“Shoot…he’s moving!”

“You sound so disappointed, kupo. Reike!! Reike!!! Wake up Reike!! Can you hear me?! Reike?!!??!” The room was bright. Light was beaming through the half open slits of my eyes. I wanted to slip back into the darkness. As cold as it was, it felt much warmer there. Unfortunately, my daze was quickly cured when a moogle hand cracked the side of my cheek. Despite being stunned, I sat up, banging my head off the low hanging light that Poku had set up to observe me while I was out.

“Reike! You’re awake, KUPO!!!” I rubbed my head and could feel the spot where I hit it become warm as the bump was forming. I was tempted to attack Poku for smacking me, but I knew better.

A few hours later, I felt well enough to report my findings to the consul atop the Metalworks. Unfortunately my memory of what actually happened was a blur but I remembered the important things.

“Reike of Windurst here to give my report to the consul of Windurst in Bastok!” I saluted and the consul nodded for me to give my report. “We encountered the leader of the beastmen forces. It was a one-eyed demon who had the ability to summon a nether dragon from the northlands. We defeated the dragon and the demon. Before the demon died, however, we were able to discover who sent the demon here to begin with. The demon was sent to prepare for the Shadowlord’s resurrection!!”

“Whataru?! This is urgent news!! Head back to Windurst and inform the Star Sybil immediately!! This can’taru wait Reike!! Get a move on!!” I saluted and left.

Upon exiting the Metalworks, Lil’Patrick ran up to me with a large grin on his face. He held his hands behind his back, hiding something from me.

“Hey Reike-o-the-Lake! I got something for you as a thank you for bringing me down here!” He held out both his hands to reveal a large sum of gil. I staggered back, shocked at how much the little taru had acquired.

“Patrick?! How’d you get 15,000 gil?! You didn’t sell off my armor did you!?”

“No no no…I went to the alchemy guild in the Galkan district and made a whole bunch of antidotes!! Then I convinced some dumb adventurer that they were all X-potions and sold’m for 2,500 gil each!!” He closed his eyes and smiled. I could sense he was so proud.

“Are you serious?” I took the gil from Patrick, “Didn’t your mother ever tell you that it’s not nice to trick people!?”

“I never had a mother-buther…”

“Oh….” For the first time, Patrick and I could relate…

“STOP!!! THEIF!!!” I looked down the road near the residential area to see a tall elvaan with spiky flaming red hair running at Patrick and me.

“THAT TARU SOLD ME FAULTY MERCHANDISE!!! STOP HIM!!!” the elvaan pointed at Patrick. My little comrade turned to me, saluted, and bolted off towards the port to hide in the warehouses.

“DON’T JUST STAND THERE!!! STOP HIM!!!” the elvaan was yelling at me now as he approached. As I watched Lil’Patrick run towards the dock, I looked at the mass amount of gil he obtained. A thought occurred to me. As the elvaan passed by, against my better judgment, I slipped my foot to the side. Not a second later did the elvaan get a warm, painful greeting from the cobblestone roads of Bastok. I tried not to laugh. I mean, who wouldn’t see that coming? Honestly!

“You bastard!” the elvaan got to his feet, grabbed my neck and slammed me against the stone wall of the Metalworks. I felt my feet lift off the ground and suddenly I began to wonder if this was really worth 15,000 gil.

“Relicbane!! He’s getting away!!” a hume with dark brown hair, cut similarly to mine, ran by. The elvaan smirked out of the corner of his mouth and let go of my neck. He closed his eyes, running his fingers through his hair. He looked at me, winked then ran off towards the port.

“Thanks amigo!!!” he yelled back at me. I stared at him confused. I then realize what he meant when I reached into my pocket.

“THE BASTARD STOLE MY 15,000 GIL!!!”

“Reike!” Before I could pursue the thief, Serain’s voice echoed from within my pocket. I reached inside to pull out my linkpearl Crimsonrain had given to me after I had arrived in Selbina. “Reike, I have something to ask you. Do you think you could meet me at the Crag of Dem?” I nodded.

“Reike? Are you there?!”

“Oh! Yeah!! Sorry. I nodded yes…didn’t realize you can’t see me.”

“Hahaha! Well, meet me here as soon as you can. I have a few things I have to ask you.”

“Ok Serian. I’ll be leaving in a few.”

… … … … …

I packed some food into my bag and slung it over my shoulder. Poku cleaned up the Rent-a-Room. I told him to wait here in case Lil’Patrick managed to escape the thief he conned.

“Don’t forget Poku, ask Patrick if he’s willing to stay in Bastok and handle my financial stuff for me.”

“I can’t believe you’re leaving your money matters to a kid.”

“That kid’s pretty street smart. If you saw how much he made in a single second you’d change your mind too.”

“Ok…I’ll tell’m.” I waved goodbye to Poku and made my way through the streets to the stables in the far south of Bastok. The guards had already prepared Boko’s saddle and I was on my way through Gustaberg. The moon glowed with a purple haze and gave a soft light that cast a shadow on the rough terrain. I could see in the distance the glow of a camp fire. At first I thought some miners had been out late, but then I saw the large bodies of Quadav’s huddled around the flames. My mind blanked out and I could see my father slaying the beastmen who ambushed us as we approached these gates seventeen years ago. I closed my eyes, trying to forget about the memory. Instead, I focused on the wind caressing my face and the tears from my eyes.

Boko slowly proceeded through the winding trails of the highlands until we reached a clearing. Windmills littered the country side. Next to the rushing winds, you could hear the rumbling of the windmill’s gears in the silence of the night. Off in the distance, illuminated by the moon’s glow, I could see the Crag of Dem towering over the mountains of the highlands. What force had created such a majestic structure?

Serian was examining one of the gate crystals that are placed around the Crag. He stopped what he was doing when he heard Boko and me arrive. I dismounted and placed Boko’s reigns around his neck. I approached Serian.

“You have your own chocobo? And he follows you around?” I turned around to see Boko had followed me over to Serian and placed his head over my shoulder. I smiled, rubbing Boko’s beak. I took a gyshal green from my bag and held it up for him to eat. Serian smiled.

“Ah…you tempt him with food,”

“Nah…We just understand each other. So what did you want me here for?”

“It’s about what happened in the Palborough Mines. Reike, you went crazy and took that dragon out! You stabbed it in the neck, stabbed it in the eye with its own tooth that you ripped out of its mouth, and severed its head with one blow! I don’t know about you man but that’s not normal!!”

“Is that what happened?”

“What…you don’t remember?” I shook my head. Silence fell between us. I looked up to say something, but felt a sting in the side of my neck. As I reached for it, I pulled out a needle.

“Ouch…” Serian pulled a similar needle from his neck. We looked at each other, then drew our weapons. Quadavs roared as they charged from around the Crag. I tried to lift my blade, but suddenly it was too heavy. I looked at Serian to see him swaying back and forth where he stood. Before I could reach out to support him, I fell to the floor.

… … … … …

‘Reike…my little Reike. I wish I could come play with you, but I’m feeling very sick…’

‘You should go help your father. He enjoys having you around you know.’

‘I will always be watching over you my beautiful child. So please, don’t be sad…’

‘I love you…my little Reike…’

My dream faded, but I kept my eyes closed. I still felt tired. This was the second time I’ve been knocked out in the past day. That can’t be good for a person's health. In any case, I felt weak. There was a nasty sludge smell and against all my instinct, I wanted to know what it was. Slowly, I decided, I’d open my eyes. The room was fairly dark, lit by some torches. I lazily rolled my head to the side to see Serian sitting on the floor, bound in ropes next to me. I then tried to move my hands and feet, failing to make any progress as my hands and feet were bound as well. In the center of the room was an odd shaped device that had a blue mist around it. I didn’t know what it was but it seemed to affect the entire area. I rolled my head back over to Serian.

“……………” I was confused. I tried to yell his name….but no sound.

“……………!!!!” Still nothing! I began to panic a bit. Then a door opened to the room and a Quadav walked in.

“Good…the prisoners are awake! Tell Guu his gladiators are ready for the show!!” The Quadav shut the door behind him as he left. Gladiators? I knew I had to escape immediately, but how I was going to do that was still to be decided. I needed my weapon. I needed Serian. And most importantly, I needed to find Boko!! I started to fiddle with the ropes. The knots weren’t too complicated but it was hard to see how the rope was tied when my hands were bound behind my back.

“STOP HER!!!” I heard some Quadavs yelling outside. The sound of thunder rolled through the caverns and metal ripping through flesh and cracking bone gave the impression that there was an intruder. The battle sounds grew near until they stopped outside the door. The silence loomed over the musty air for a moment. I was startled by a loud creek as the latch moved. The cell door slowly opened. A figure in black armor stepped through, a scythe on its back. I quickly identified the intruder. It was Crimsonrain!! Her helmet was cracked in half and parts of her armor were broken but she wore it as if nothing had struck her. She quickly moved over to Serian and I, cutting our bonds and slapping Serian awake.

“You two okay?” I went to speak only to utter pure silence. Crimson looked at me a bit muddled then turned to the machine in the center of the room. She drew her scythe and in one powerful blow, severed the machine.

“We’ll get you a potion to remedy the silence effect when we get back to Bastok. Let’s hurry!” Renata ran in the room carrying my inferno sword and Serian’s knives. We equipped our weapons and made our way out the caverns to the swamp above. Crimson took the lead and held out her hand for us to stop while she surveyed the area. When all seemed clear she signaled for us to follow. This stop and go technique brought us all the way to the entrance of Beadeaux.

The gate appeared unguarded. Crimson decided we should make a run for it. As we dashed through the mucky waters of the swamp, a horde of Quadav stood up from underneath the swamp water. They had been waiting to ambush us!! A bunch swarmed in and grappled all four of us. Serian flipped backward over top his captor. When he landed, he drove his knives deep into the soft spots behind the Quadav’s shell. Crimson closed her eyes and uttered a few words. Flames screeched up from the swamp waters, incinerating the beastmen swarming her. Pulling her scythe from her back, Crimson’s massacre began. The Quadavs holding Renata began to drag her back into Beadeaux. Serian pursued but found himself walking into a snare that hung him like a hunter’s fresh kill. I struggled to break free with brute strength. I remembered that fury…that rage. I wanted it to come out and save everyone. Nothing. I tried to yell, but the words came out as air.

Crimson let loose a yell as a Quadav blade finally broke her offensive onslaught and pieced her shoulder. She fell to her knees.

NOOOO!!!!!

I twisted my arms around my captures, locking us together. I leaned over and with all my might I leaped into the heavens, three Quadavs dangling from my arms and back. I felt the red aura engulf me and the rage was released once again. Like throwing a disc, I chucked the two Quadavs that were locked onto my arms down to the earth. I reached over my head, grabbing the shoulders of last Quadav and chucked him on top of the other two. While I was still in the air, I drew my great sword and dove down upon my prey, puncturing all three on my blade. I looked over towards Crimson. The Quadav warrior that had pierced her shoulder was about to finish her off. I dashed in between Crimson and her would be assassin. The red aura faded and I threw my arms to the side, closing my eyes. From behind the cover of my eyes, I saw a blue light flash. As I opened my eyes again, I saw a blue shield covering Crimson and myself. The Quadav on the other side was trying to break through. In my amazement, I dropped my arms, however, as I did, the shield vanished!! The Quadav lifted his blade to strike.

“Thunder!!” A bolt of lightning ripped from the sky, smiting the beastman. I heard a thud behind me and Crimsonrain collapsed at my feet. Serian had broken from his snare and rescued Renata. They dashed by on Boko, pulling a cart behind them. They stopped long enough for me to lift Crimson into the cart and jump. As the Quadav squad closed in, I reached in my bag. There I had found the firecracker the moogle gave me awhile back. I pulled the string and a large ball of light launched into the air, exploding in a bright light. It had blinded our enemies long enough for us to make our escape.

… … … … …

Renata used what cure spells she could to heal Crimson’s wounds, but it appeared that the Quadav made a potentially fatal blow. Crimson’s head rested in Renata’s lap. I sat in the corner of the cart, looking ahead while Serian steered Boko towards Bastok. The silence was broken by Crimsonrain. She reached up her hand, patting Renata on the shoulder.

“Please….stop the cart…” she muttered. Serian pulled on the reigns, stopping Boko. Crimson pointed a finger at me.

“Could you two….leave Reike and I….alone…” Renata nodded. Crimson grappled the side of the cart and slowly pulled herself up. I leaped off the side of the cart and helped her to the ground. I took her arm around my shoulders and we walked along the highland grass. The light of the moon was gone and the morning haze was bringing another kind of light to the sky.

“I wanted to say I’m sorry…” Crimson said. I looked at her confused.

“I’m sorry that you had to grow up……without me…” Crimson stopped on a hill where there was a lone tree. Slowly, I helped her down on the grassy hill over looking the windmills.

“You know that…the Shadowlord is returning…don’t you? Reike, the Shadowlord killed your father…” I tried to speak…but still no words. Crimson pulled a small vial from her glove and handed it to me.

“Drink it…” I did as she instructed.

“Gah…that’s nasty! Hey! I can talk!” she nodded. “How do you know about my father?” Crimson’s eyes began to brim over with tears as she bit her lower lip.

“You don’t remember my face do you?” I squinted my eyes as if expecting to see some hidden doorway. It was then I realized…that we had that same eyes.

“I don’t blame you for not remembering. It was so long ago. But afterwards, I couldn’t rest. The Shadowlord’s power flooded over to the dream world, disrupting the rest of those there. When your father died, I sold my soul to the Shadowlord so that I could come back and protect you. Reike, I kept my promise for as long as I could. I have always watched over you…” Crimson placed her hand on my face. My eyes were wide and my mouth a gape. I held back the tears from this revelation. Slowly, I managed to lift my hand and touch her face. When I did, I felt her soul. She was….my mother.

She pulled me close and we embraced. I felt the tears of happiness rush through me, my emotions released. Her one arm held me tight against her. I pulled away to look at her face once more.

“But how? You look so young?!”

“I am how I was when I died…,” she smiled.

“Mom…you’re so beautiful!”

“And you’ve grown…to be so handsome…..just like your father,” I smiled. A wisp of light rose up from the ground and into the air. I followed it with my eyes

“Wow…what’s that?” I naively asked. I looked back down at my mother; her happy expression had turned somber. More wisps began to float into the air. It was then I noticed that the wisps were coming from her. Her image fluttered and she closed her eyes. I could see tears dripping down her face. I went to go wipe them away, by my hand passed through her like air.

“What’s going on? Mom? Mom are you okay?” I began to panic. I tried to touch her shoulder, her arm, her face but I couldn’t.

“I have to go now Reike…But I promise...I’ll still watch over you. I love you…my little Reike…” Her body disappeared and a massive amount of wisps swirled in the air where she was. A gust of wind passed through the hills taking the wisps with it.

“NO!! MOM!!! COME BACK!!” Tears streamed down my face in floods. I tried to gather the wisps in order to put her back together. The wind carried the small glowing lights further into the sky. I ran after them!

“MOM!!! DON’T LEAVE ME!!! MOM!!!!” I stopped on a hill, windmills all around me. I stood there looking into the sky as the wind carried the wisps high into the clouds towards the rising sun. My tears flowed down my face; the wind carried some of them away. In vain, I reached up into the sky one last time. I was left with the soft rumbling of the windmills. My throat swelled up and I collapsed to the dirt…crying.

… … … … …

I don’t know how long I was there. The sun had been blanketed out by the clouds. Thunder rolled across the highlands and lightning lit the sky. I remained there, hunched over on the ground. I ran out of energy to cry. There was nothing left. Then, from up in the sky I saw a light. It gracefully fluttered down towards me. As it drew near, I recognized it as a wisp. I anxiously got to my feet, reaching into air for it. When it was in my grasp, I snatched it from the sky. I slowly opened my hand. To my surprised, I held a ruby.

“Is this from my mother….?” I asked myself.

“Reike!!” Renata yelled over the thunder. She was on top of a hill on the back of a chocobo. She waved and ran across the valley towards me. Poku was on Boko’s back following close behind her.

“Reike! Where’s Crimsonrain?”

“She…disappeared…”

“What!?! Where to?” I pointed to the sky.

“I didn’t think she’d make it…We should head back Bastok and have a proper ceremony,” I nodded and mounted Boko’s back. Poku turned around and looked at me.

“Have you been crying?” he whispered. I shook my head.

"It's the rain," Poku held out his hand, looking into the sky.

"But it hasn't even rained yet..."

… … … … …

“…So let us never forget our great leader the one we only know by the name of Crimsonrain.” Serian lowered his head and stepped down from the podium. Everyone stood up and waited in line to pay their respects to the empty casket in front of the alter. I stood in the back of the room, looking at the shattered linkpearl my mother gave me. I assume, when she died, the pearl shattered.

“Are you Reike?” a Galkan child looked up at me. He had a piece of paper in his hand and a small hood over his head.

“’Hoy. There somethin’ I can do for you?” the boy handed me the paper he held.

“The Captain of the Mythril Musketeers received this letter and thought it was for me but it’s addressed to a Mr. Reike of Windurst. You’re him aren’t you?” I nodded.

“That be me.” I opened the letter and skimmed through it. I was more curious as to who it was from. I turned the letter around where it was continued. There I found the name I was looking for. Apparently I was summoned to Palborough Mines by someone named Zeid.
Comments (14):

Posted by Timothy g Fajardo ( 203.84.xxx.xxx ) at 2006-05-23 02:21:08
its buetiful and wonderful page

Posted by Timothy g Fajardo ( 203.84.xxx.xxx ) at 2006-05-23 02:21:08
its buetiful and wonderful page

Posted by Timothy g Fajardo ( 203.84.xxx.xxx ) at 2006-05-23 02:21:07
its buetiful and wonderful page

Posted by Timothy g Fajardo ( 203.84.xxx.xxx ) at 2006-05-23 02:21:06
its buetiful and wonderful page

Posted by Timothy g Fajardo ( 203.84.xxx.xxx ) at 2006-05-23 02:21:04
its buetiful and wonderful page

Posted by Anonymous ( 64.12.xxx.xxx ) at 2006-04-28 14:57:53
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Posted by Queso ( 24.227.xxx.xxx ) at 2005-07-09 07:35:17
Great story. I think the death of some of the characters adds to the story.

Posted by Anonymous ( 68.255.xxx.xxx ) at 2005-06-24 00:46:53
I love the dieng all the time keep on writing


Posted by Rayle ( 70.20.xxx.xxx ) at 2005-06-19 19:16:26
I love your stories! You write some good stuff :) Keep it up, and man this one was sad.

Posted by Reike ( 69.240.xxx.xxx ) at 2005-06-19 04:24:07
Two Reasons:
1) there's a theme in this tale. Balance.

2) a lot of friends I met when i first started playing, like Duecs or Crimsonrain, have either stopped playing the game all togeher or have moved on to other characters/servers to be with their friends. so...uh....i kill'm off ^_^

Posted by Vivora the nuking tarutaru ( 220.236.xxx.xxx ) at 2005-06-18 18:06:46
oh how come some one dies on every story and a new person is introduced


Posted by Vivora the nuking tarutaru ( 220.236.xxx.xxx ) at 2005-06-17 02:07:13
nice story your stories always fun to read, i wantaru more tarutarus little patrick just aint enough and a big fighty-wighty..............i apologize for talking like a tarutaru, just practising my role playing ^^

Posted by Dolphan ( 69.81.xxx.xxx ) at 2005-06-16 15:22:11
; ; Thats so sad......Yeah he's becoming a dark knight(i think lol)He's gona follow in his momma's foot steps lol.
Just got a say you write a heck of a good story even if it is depressing keep up the awesome job :)

Posted by Dark_Knight_Hikura ( 24.129.xxx.xxx ) at 2005-06-14 12:07:09
Oo woah... just... woah

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If I were an angel,
I'd be right next to you.
I would be your guide,
And I'd help you to be true.

As I saw your face,
And the tears began to fall.
I would use my loving hands,
And wipe away them all.

I would wrap my wings around you,
And hold you very tight.
Then the joy and happiness you had,
Would shine so very bright.

I would go with you everywhere,
It would seem I'm in disguise.
No one would know I'm there,
Unless looking through your eyes.

You know that it is certain,
I'll be with you everywhere.
And everywhere you turned,
You'd know that I was there.

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Positive music often inspires and empowers people to feel good, to contribute, to bring out the best in themselves. It can now be heard on the Internet by David Creative, where he believes it will have the largest collection of positive music in the world. The vision and passion of David Creative and his positive music together with good lyrics is going to "Breakout" and show the world. It's a new genre of music to acknowledge and promote the positives of the world. David Creative's music and performances are in a wide range of musical styles — from pop, rock, jazz and blues, to folk, spiritual, Latin, and even rap — all with the desire to spread a message of peace, unity, and empowerment.

This music is not telling people how to live their lives. Its primary message is to encourage us to feel good about our lives and to open up to the greater potential that is a part of each of us.

There is a desire in America and elsewhere for more positive media. There's a growing understanding that what we focus on becomes our reality. Why not start with the kind of music we listen to? Why not create and listen to music that speaks to what's good in our lives, to what is possible, to what we all share as human beings.

Songs are like mantras. When we hear things over and over again we begin to experience those messages and feelings in our own lives. I think we're all feeling like we want to experience more peace, more purpose, more connection to the world around us.

Good versus Evil

Buddhism is Simplicity Itself

For many centuries, Buddhist monks have been sent to many areas, one by one, in all possible directions to all parts of the world, to teach their religion to others. Their only possessions are the robes they wear and their begging bowls. Many of the younger monks worry about how to survive during these trips but they all received the same very simple advice: “Spread the word, do not fear for yourself, open yourself to the world and live from love. You can achieve this by giving to the world, instead of taking from it. Study yourself, which means the same as forget yourself”.

Buddhism is simplicity itself. It is going back to basics where often problems can be solved simply, even large global problems. One of these global problems is the fight of good against evil. There is a Buddhist approach to this which is surprisingly very simple and which also has the solutions at hand. For Buddhism is based on the good-evil conflict, formed by opinions and beliefs, which each of the individual opponents of good and evil often completely contradict.

Bush and bin Laden, Both Fighting Evil

Here is a perfect example using the American democratic president George W. Bush and the Saudi-born terrorist and Al Qaeda group leader Osama bin Laden.

According to them, they both represent good fighting evil.

According to himself and his followers, it is President Bush who is representing the good, meaning freedom, justice and democracy. He fights against evil, meaning the Islamic extremists who are making terrorist attacks by a jihad or “holy war”, to stop the West invading their Muslim world.

To defend themselves, the Americans are killing Islam terrorists but also thousands of innocent Muslim men, women and even children. Apart from the biggest dramas which occurred during the first Gulf war and in Afghanistan, the war in Iraq keeps on demanding these innocent Muslim lives.

Bin Laden, on the other hand, represents, according to himself and his followers, the good, the Muslim world. He also fights against evil, meaning in his case the Americans and all of their allies, who are invading and occupying the Muslim territories, using corruption, violence and domination. To defend themselves, the Muslims kill American soldiers but also thousands of innocent western men, women and even children. Apart from the biggest drama of the September 11 terror attacks on the U.S., suicide bombers and all kinds of terrorist attackers keep on claiming innocent Western lives.

Also, Bush and bin Laden want to purify the world by eliminating evil. This was also the strategy of other leaders of world history such as Mao Tse Tung, Stalin and Hitler. They also represented (according to themselves) the good which had to eliminate the evil. Theoretically it is very possible but the only real problem here is the exact description of the good and the evil. This has resulted in one of the most important sources of why evil exists in the world and the human attempt to destroy evil.

The most frightening aspect is that everybody, including you and me, actually like the hard battle between good and evil. In every movie, story and game there are the bad guys: impolite, merciless, maniacal bastards. Because they are killing people, often innocent people, it is also OK to kill them, usually in a bloody and terrifying way. Because we always represent the good and they represent the evil, killing seems to be justified. Even in present day realistic world, the media have the “sell” this good versus evil scenario to be successful and to use this never-ending cycle of hate, war and destruction for commercials success.

The 3 Roots of All Evil

Buddhism gives us the exact description of evil. According to Buddhism, evil is no essence or substance on its own but the product of impermanent courses and conditions. The 3 roots of the end concept of “evil” are greed, ill will and delusion.

GREED is wrong; it could, for example, be the original trigger for the Americans to control the oil supplies in Muslim countries. That makes it indirectly the basic course of terrorist attacks.

Concerning ILL WILL, the old Buddhist laws say that the hate in this world is never appeased by ill will but ill will is always appeased by love. Thereby also bad memories are harboured, only strengthening ill will.

Fundamental DELUSION is, according to Buddhism, the wrong feeling of separation from the world and the people in it. It involves manipulation of others in order to get what we want, which causes resentment for both.

These 3 roots of evil (greed, ill will and delusion) only have negative results. They are also intertwined so they can not be separated from each other.

What, according to Buddhism, also can not be separated is good and evil. You will understand this abstract view very quickly. To be good, you first have to get to know evil and from then on constantly fight evil to stay good. That is also the same system with other contrary positions, such as rich and poor. To appreciate richness, it’s good that you were poor once before. Then you also have to fight the prospect of poverty constantly. Also living a pure life can only be reached to avoid impurity constantly. In good versus evil, it can cost human lives.

World Peace Theoretically Possible

To eliminate evil, it is necessary to eliminate its 3 roots, which are greed, ill will and delusion.

GREED MUST BECOME GENEROSITY, which is easy reachable. It needs some discipline and the attitude of “enough is enough”. Sharing with others should solve many problems all over the world.

ILL WILL MUST BECOME LOVING KINDNESS, meaning that is not ill will which determines that you’re always on the good side, as Abrahamic religions do.

DELUSION MUST BECOME WISDOM, which means building up self-knowledge so that you understand exactly its motivations.

This wisdom also contains the understanding that “nobody is an island” and that we all dependent on others. We are a part of each other, different facets of the same jewel which is called earth. Out of these laws of dependability exist love in a wide sense, emphasizing compassion, generosity and loving kindness. We all form a community of subjects with a web of interactive processes. That means that we are responsible for each other, even for the ones we hate, including delusion-filled terrorist and their accomplices. If delusion becomes wisdom, for example, the answer to the crucial question of why Muslims hate Americans can be found.

Fear is a Determining Factor for Wars and Conflicts

There are still more changes needed to make world peace theoretically possible.

Angriness is not a source emotion, rather a kind of smoke-screen emotion for fear. To show fear in modern culture is seen as a sign of weakness. Still, it is this fear which triggers aggression and violence. This will make you understand conflicts much better. Americans fear Muslims terrorists and Muslim terrorist fear Americans.

TAKING AWAY THE FEAR will also take away the aggression and the violence. If fear increases, so does the aggression. The solution is to tap into the heart of it all and take away the fear. Suicide bombers aren’t afraid to die because they believe in paradise. In that case it is better to put fear in their minds and take away their belief in the hereafter and the promise of paradise. If they realize that painful and terrible death is awaiting them and that this is the very end, there would be less suicide bombers prepared to die.

In all of us is a thin line between good and evil. This is why Buddhism suggests INDIVIDUAL INTER DISARMING by analysing the battle between good and evil independent of own ideals and religions. RELIGIOUS TOLLERANCE is a necessity and especially UNCOUPLING FROM POLITICTS AND RELIGION. The 9/11 attacks were obviously political deeds inspired by religion. By focussing on the intersection between religion and politics, good an evil can be better comprehended. Muslims don’t want Western colonisation and domination. Allah is their god of justice and they want to keep it that way. Separating law and religion for them is out of the question. Further more, Islamites believe that everything belongs to God so that Westerns capitalism is the complete opposite, so Americans steal from their God. To make the difference between good and evil WE ARE DEPENDENT ON OURSELVES and not dependent on supernatural forces and the help of gods. World peace is possible, more than just theoretically. Conflicts with historic roots, religions and wrong descriptions of good and evil, passed on from generation to generation, make it much more difficult.

Mourning over Terrorists and their Victims

The Buddhist attitude distinguishes the sinner from the sin. The minds of war-making world leaders and terrorists are often overwhelmed by greed, ill will and delusion. Despite that, they still have a Buddhist nature and still can realize the evil of their actions. Buddhists try to atone for them by mourning over the deaths of the terrorists as well as of the deaths of their victims. It has to be mentioned clearly that Buddhism sees no justification in the killing of thousands of innocent Western victims during, for example, the 9/11 attacks and that the guilty ones must go on trial. This is important not only for those people who suffered from it but also for the global community. Such attacks must be stopped. Also the retaliation which killed thousands of innocent Muslim victims are without any justification. The whole cycle of violence must be broken. Violence does not solve violence, it never did and it never will. An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. If men keep on retaliating and avenging both sides of every conflict, destructive wars are going to lead a life on their own. That way, for example, the massive U.S. retaliation has brought on a new generation of suicide bombers and terror group leaders, all eager to play their part in the holy war. If we do see and realize the intertwined roots of all this evil, inclusive of our own responsibility and noticing the good things out of the present conflicts, it could prevent future conflicts. By studying good versus evil, world peace is possible in theory; which is still a hopeful start for our future generations and that is your and my responsibility.

Example of a “Self Improver”

Making a Good Last Impression

Making a good first impression is of huge importance and very decisive in the future relationship of a person you meet for the first time.

But making a good last impression is of the same huge importance in order to keep the relationship going smoothly, every time you leave them, over and over again.

Leaving the person behind toward the end of the conversation with a positive promise makes them look forward to meet you again soon.

It is the perfect last impression when you have taken the final goodbye with a good joke, so there is laughter, even after you have left your companion. That is how they will remember you.

Never leave people behind with unfinished business, a quarrel, negative remarks, unfair or unjustified criticism or remind them that a certain problem still exists. This would be a bad last impression that only will get worse during your absence over time. That’s because there is nobody around to defend your point of view. There surely will times when you want or leave a boring meeting or some disturbing people earlier than planned. To retreat yourself without falling into that last bad impression, here are some possibilities to end a meeting earlier with a good last impression.

Let them know beforehand that you have to leave sooner or that your presence is limited before the meeting starts. That can be done by fax, letter or email or simply mention this at the very beginning of the meeting. But be sure that you give your earlier retreat a very important reason, which others will accept as being important enough to leave them for it earlier than planned, even if it is not completely true.

Every host will understand, for example, a once-yearly ceremony, event or a critical condition of a family member in hospital as a reason to leave. That way you still make a clean getaway. But even this kind of early departure will have to be done with a positive and good last impression by a positive promise and a laugh.

This system is important for keeping long term relations going and works for friends, family members and business partners, whether you like them or not.

Paul McCartney : ”I’m Kind of ordinary”

Lennon-McCartney: a Rival Cooperation

The Beatles made history and became extremely popular and famous. They did their last world tour in 1966 but the Beatle-hits became classics and survived the hard teeth’s of time.

Almost all of the greatest Beatle hits were writhen by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Paul is in the meantime a fresh looking man in his sixties (born in …….), who we can find still working in his London office with behind him a wall flour-to-ceiling full of gold and platinum records. These records only have a symbolic value and in principle can not be played. But Paul McCartney does remember at times when The Beatles received their first golden album “Please Please Me”. They took it home and listen to it. It played all right but it was music from their rivals The Rolling Stones.

Every time Paul was writhing songs, a kind of magic was around which is a kind of destiny spiritual magic, nothing to do with God or something supernatural magic. This if for Paul himself an unexplainable magic but it sure is more than welcome and it helped him to write a long list of world hits. During the Beatle period wrote Paul McCartney almost all of the songs together with John Lennon. Although all of the four Beatles had already a very strong relationship, it gave this specific relation between John and Paul an extra strong dimension. They were both cool, enormously driven and had an intense desire to success which that could be reached by their songs. Lennon and McCartney wrote a total of 194 Beatle songs. A few more unpublished songs, they have made even before the Beatles period.

A normal writing session took about 3 hours for John and Paul. The most amazing fact about it was that after every session, they finished a complete song. About 200 days, Paul sat with John and they always had fun with not even 1 dry moment. The same magic was around out but it have to be mentioned that those two were enormously good in what they we doing. The love for music they developed into skill. When Paul brought in a song, John stiffens a bit and when John brought in a song, Paul stiffens. It became a stairway of achievement, rather than a normal plateau out. This collegial friendly competitive rivalry cooperation was healthy and brought the best out of the two writers every time again into one super product.

Still in War with Yoko Ono

The healthy Lennon-McCartney rivalry became rather unhealthy during the Beatles split and their business disputes. Both friends had decided long before on a temporary basic, to put both names as Lennon/McCartney. John’s name came first because it sounded better and it was an alphabetical order.

But with the “Yesterday” song, Paul insisted to put his name first and to break the temporary agreement about the names follow order. So at first on the “Yesterday” song, it was planned to mention “by Paul McCartney and John Lennon”. The song was original played by an unknown pianist in a restaurant where both friends often came. That’s the reason why John claimed that he had nothing to do with this song and finally alone Paul’s name suppose to come under it as a solo project. But Yoko Ono, who has been passes the legal rights and the power, refused to accept this agreement. This started a whole thing which questioned who exactly wrote the “Yesterday” song. Both friends singed every song, rather it is from John of from Paul as “Lennon/McCartney”.

“Fool on the Hill”, “Hey Jude” and “Let it be” for example, were Paul’s idea and still both names were mentioned on it. But Yoko on the other hand does publish numbers only mentioning John Lennon. “Yesterday” was the very first song which made Yoko Ono and Paul McCartney on a foot of war over author’s rights. The last words about this business dispute aren’t said at all. But nothing and nobody ever can disturbed the respect and brother love that Paul McCartney had and always will have for John Lennon, a band for eternity.

“If Linda was Alive, I’ll be Dead Meat”

The first period after Linda’s tragically dead, she dead at ………

Paul was rowing a whole year. Than he suddenly started working very hard. The album “Run Devil Run” came out which was also Linda’s desire when she was still alive. “The CD Collection of the Beatles nr 1 Singles” sold 22 million copies worldwide. Paul wrote “The Beatles Anthology Book”, also he publish a coffee table book “Paul McCartney Paintings” and black Bird Singing”, full of poetry and lyrics. Also a 2 hours documentary about Wings and a CD with Wings greatest hits appeared. Finally McCartney’s solo album “Driving Rain” came out, all of this happened within a 2 years period. After that Paul get his life power back and saw a bright future ahead.

Paul went to an award ceremony in London which gave rewards to people with courage and doing good things for others. He gets in contact with this organisation via Princess Diana. Heather Milis received on that evening an award, she herself lost a leg below the knee when she was hit by a motorcycle. Heather gave other amputees courage to go on with their lives, she was their example. When Paul saw Heather receiving that award, he notices she was so good looking. That was surprising because he hadn’t thought about another woman for 30 years while he was with Linda. A few business meetings follow between Heather and Paul concerning her charity work called “Adopt-a-Minefield” (www.adoptaminefield.org). Because of Heather’s abnormal youth, she missed a lot and didn’t know much about The Beatles. Paul helps her to hook up with the United Nations, they met Collin Powell about it and money gets collected from organisations like Rotary Clubs. Their business relationship changed into friendship and ended up in love. Paul liked Heather’s mix from toughness and being mild. Their romance gave Paul more creativity. Despite the happiness, he felt guilty. He taught: “Oh my gosh, I’ve had a wife for 30 years. Is it allowed? If Linda was alive, I’d be dead meat, she’d kill me. No way would I be getting away with this.” This bizarre contradiction disappeared together with the worry that the two have a difference in age from 20 years. Love and passion for each other conquered it all. Paul also knew that Linda would want him to be happy.

Staying with Both Feet’s on the Solid Ground

Paul McCartney is nowadays a fresh active six tier with sprinkling eyes and a great friendly smile. He won over the worst setbacks in life because he’s a fighter and never runs away from problems but solve them instead.

Paul McCartney is a Beatle forever and he’s proud of it. People who first met Paul and see him as a legend, millionaire and icon, have to be relaxed by the superstar himself. Although he is already for several years “sir” Paul McCartney, he prefers to dress in a colourful T-shirt, a bleu jeans and white running shoes. Paul stay’s with both feet’s on the solid ground by saying: “I’m kind of ordinary. I really am. I have the same joys and sorrows that a lot of people have”.

Luciana Pavarotti behind the Screens

Since Luciano Pavarotti began his carrier at the beginning of the sixties, he is grown out to become the world’s most famous tenor and attracted more attention towards the opera happening. But being worldwide famous does not always mean the same as being a socially skilled. The man behind the tenor, the superstar behind the screens can as well be a great human being as a complete opposite to that. Many superstars change their mask when they go from on stage to off stage, clearly also the case of Luciano Pavarotti.

It was only in 2003 that Belgian freelance journalist Dominique Trachet had the opportunity to get to know tenor Luciano Pavarotti as a human being to make an interview for the magazine “Dag Allemaal”. But getting to know Pavarotti in real life was for the journalist a very cold shower.

Dominique visited Pavarotti in his villa on the hill with view on the beach of the Italian Pesaro for a promotional interview. At that time, Pavarotti just brought out a brand new CD called ‘Ti Adoro”, his very first pop record. Pavarotti’s press chef had already given a list of taboo subjects to the journalist, absolutely not allowed to talk about during the interview. Luciano’s young women Nicoletta had given birth at a twin Alice and Ricardo of who the last mentioned not survived the birth. This was one of the subjects which could absolutely not be talked about. The press chef also did not allow the journalist to ask questions at the opera star about the difficulties with the taxman and the conflict with Pavarotti’s first woman.

But when journalist Dominique finally met the tenor Luciano Pavarotti for the very first time, it was completely opposite than that he expected. Pavarotti did not look well, even unhealthy, giving the impression of someone who was heavy on medications, although he just had coloured his eyebrows and his hair. Despite the fact that Pavarotti knew very well that it was an interview, he clearly didn’t feel liked talking to the journalist. During the whole uneasy conversation, Pavarotti did not even look once the journalist straight into the eyes. He was not unfriendly but just very close to being hostile. Every form of real friendliness, which he shows on stage, was just not around. Dominique did expect that same friendly tenor from public appearances, also in private, but that was clearly a miss calculation. Pavarotti did not interest himself at all at the on going conversation. Aside that, he gave the impression that he is a spoiled, arrogant and egocentric personality. The only moment that Pavarotti did show some friendliness was during the shooting of the photos for the article. But even that friendliness was obviously fake.

Also before shooting the photos, there were complications. The condition was that the journalist would sit in front of Pavarotti so that the tenor’s impressive hughe stomach should not be seen on the photos.

Still, Luciano Pavarotti did answer on Dominique’s question what he had learned during his life and carrier and the tenor said: “Modesty, something that took me a lot of time to learn”. Dominique asks him also what the tenor thought about the Peruan tenor Juan Diego Florez, seen by many as the new Pavarotti. The original answered: “I do not think that there ever will be another Pavarotti. I am as a human being and as singer unique”.

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Be skeptical of anyone who says he's sick of Britney Spears and Paris Hilton.

Both names are among the 10 most popular search terms this year in separate lists published recently by Yahoo, Google and Lycos.

The rankings provide a window into the public psyche. And what the public wants -- despite the wealth of online information ranging from scholarly research to classic novels -- is celebrity.

"The country is obsessed with pop culture," said Nancy Evars, who oversees Yahoo's Buzz Index, a compilation of what's hot and not among users of the Web site's search engine.

Leading Yahoo's rankings of the most-searched-for terms this year were the hit television program "American Idol," reality show and sex tape star Paris Hilton and pop singer Jessica Simpson. Singer Britney Spears and the best-selling Harry Potter series of books and movies followed.

Search companies track the most popular search terms for no other reason than they can. They also share the information with marketers. Companies use the information, sometimes in daily or hourly installments, to gauge how well their advertising is doing and to measure consumer interest in a product.

Rankings are published online as often as once a week for the public to see.

On Google, the top search queries for 2004 included Spears, Hilton, singer Christina Aguilera, actress Pamela Anderson and the term "chat."

On Lycos, the people inspiring the most queries were Spears, Hilton, Janet Jackson, "American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken and Nick Berg, the American who was beheaded in Iraq earlier this year.

America Online and Ask Jeeves have published similar lists, with only slightly different findings.

"It's easy to look at the list and say that it is a result of pimply faced teenage boys trying to look at Janet Jackson's" breast, said Dean Tsouvalas, who compiles Lycos' search list, who points out that 75-year-old men looking for Bible passages are also punching in requests.

Janet Jackson's popularity on Lycos soared after her infamous "wardrobe malfunction" during the Super Bowl halftime show in February. Even a subsequent drop in interest couldn't keep her from claiming the top annual spot on Lycos.

Which terms make the top 10 rankings vary from company to company, depending on the interests of their users. There are also slight variations in the rules the companies follow.

Both Yahoo, in Sunnyvale, and Lycos, in Waltham, Mass., exclude sexual terms and generic words such as "weather." They generally include plurals and misspellings in the total.

Google, in Mountain View, declined to disclose its policies.

In addition to the overall annual list, the search engines compile rankings in a range of special categories. "Ugg boot" topped the popular shoe category on Google, Usher led in lyrics on Yahoo and Evanescence was the top band on Lycos.

Of course, what's a popular query one year isn't necessarily so in subsequent years. Several terms faded from the spotlight they enjoyed in 2003.

Kazaa, the online file-sharing service, was the No. 1 overall search term on both Yahoo and Lycos in 2003. This year, it was absent from the Yahoo top 10 and No. 6 on Lycos.

The drop probably reflects the changing online legal landscape. The music industry continued a crackdown on file sharing and users of services such as Kazaa in 2004.

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He mentioned eDonkey, an online file-sharing service that competes with Kazaa, the Oompah Loompah characters in the upcoming Tim Burton film, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" (a remake of "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory") and Atkins Diet, because many people want to lose weight after the holidays.



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Top searches
Some search engines compile lists of the most popular search queries. Here are some of the year-end lists for 2004: For full year-end lists, go to: www.google.com/press/zeitgeist.html; tools.search.yahoo.com/top2004/; 50.lycos.com/ and hot.aol.com/2004/index.html

Google

1. Britney Spears

2. Paris Hilton

3. Christina Aguilera

4. Pamela Anderson

5. Chat

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8. Orlando Bloom

9. Harry Potter

10. MP3.

Yahoo

1. American Idol

2. Paris Hilton

3. Jessica Simpson

4. Britney Spears

5. Harry Potter

6. WWE

7. Usher

8. NASCAR

9. NBA

10. NFL.

Lycos

1. Janet Jackson

2. Paris Hilton

3. Clay Aiken

4. Britney Spears

5. Nick Berg

6. Kazaa

7. Tattoos

8. Pamela Anderson

9. Michelle Vieth

10. Poker

The golden age of celebrity rumors may be coming to an end. As Britney Spears spreads her legs to the world and Nicole Richie gets arrested driving north in the southbound lane, truth may at last have outstripped semi-fiction. Today's celebrities have so little left to hide. But fear not, scandal-mongers! The past remains a bottomless well of salacity. In tribute, we present our picks for the forty best celebrity rumors ever. Dive in. But be careful. This stuff doesn't wash off.

Kiddie idols meet grisly end

Did you hear that Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Mario Lopez (Zack and Slater from Saved by the Bell) died in a car accident? You may have around 1993, when rumors of the stars' demise spread like wildfire across the nation's middle schools. (We won't implicate our middle school by name, but we did have an honest-to-God moment of silence in English class.) Of course, the stars of Saved by the Bell are all doing fine, and have gone on to lucrative careers in amateur porn (Dustin Diamond), amateur dancing (Mario Lopez), and amateur porn-dancing (Elizabeth Berkeley). But the public's thirst for grisly death rumors about beloved stars has not been sated; in 1999, Blue's Clues host Steve Burns suffered a "heroin overdose," and just a month ago Tom Hanks "fell off a cliff."

J. Edgar Hoover cross-dressed
FBI director J. Edgar Hoover was such a mean son-of-a-bitch it's no surprise that people whispered about him. Rumors that Hoover was gay or a cross-dresser have circulated for decades; one claim comes from Anthony Summers' 1993 biography Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover. Susan Rosenstiel, the ex-wife of liquor-industry chair Lewis Rosenstiel, claimed she had seen Hoover in a dress, stockings, heels and wig at a party hosted by gadfly lawyer Roy Cohn. This seems fairly unlikely; historian Athan Theoharis notes that anyone as secretive and power-obsessed as Hoover would never have been so blatant about a predilection that could be embarrassing. We may never know the truth.

Milton Berle had the biggest penis in Hollywood
You can die satisfied when your enormous penis has been mentioned, even tangentially, in the New Yorker. Milton Berle got just that honor, though he'd already kicked off; a 2002 story about the Friars Club memorial roast of Berle features Freddie Roman remarking, "We are here to honor Milton Berle, who passed away on March 27th. On May 1st and May 2nd, his penis will be buried." The New Yorker story is a fitting homage to Berle's colossal member, which for many years was, indeed, the talk of the town. Berle and the big penis shared many adventures; most famously, writer Alan Zweibel alleged that Berle had shown him his penis during rehearsals for his infamous Saturday Night Live appearance. Zweibel confirmed the penis's large size.

Stevie Nicks' alternate cocaine-delivery method
Supposedly, Fleetwood Mac's gypsy songstress, hoping to spare her vocal cords from her severe blow habit, got a little help from a coke-straw-bearing groupie. Nicks tends to be pretty forthright about her history of cocaine abuse, and she denies this story. But that doesn't mean that it didn't happen. We all know "Gold Dust Woman" was autobiographical, but maybe the phrase "roadie blowing coke up my ass" didn't fit the rhyme scheme.

Marisa Tomei won an Oscar by mistake
Many critics have their complaints about Marisa Tomei's Best Supporting Actress win for My Cousin Vinny in 1992 — so many, in fact, that a rumor materialized to explain it. According to lore, the presenter of the award, Jack Palance, couldn't read Vanessa Redgrave's name on the envelope and blurted out the name of the last nominee he had announced: Tomei. Other versions claim Palance uttered the wrong name because he was too stoned to know better, or because he had a crush on Tomei. Journalist Steve Pond, who covers the Oscars for Premiere, addresses the story directly in his book, The Big Show: High Times and Dirty Dealings Backstage at the Academy Awards. He writes that PricewaterhouseCoopers representatives "have very clear instructions that if a presenter opens the envelope and says the wrong name, they are to walk on stage, stop the show and announce the correct winner." Tomei quieted the chatter (somewhat) by receiving another nomination for In the Bedroom in 2001.

Walt Disney is cryogenically frozen beneath the Pirates of the Caribbean
According to rumors, Uncle Walt was many things besides the father of Mickey Mouse: a Nazi, an anti-Semite, a communist. The most persistent tale, though, is that Disney was so obsessed with immortality that he made arrangements to have himself cryogenically frozen after death. Ever since Disney shuffled off this mortal coil in 1966, popular myth has found him frozen beneath the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in California's Disneyland. Two biographies, Marc Eliot's Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince and Leonard Mosley's Disney's World, have kept this rumor alive and kicking. But though cryogenic freezing was a popular topic in the late '50s and early '60s, there's no evidence whatsoever that Disney had any specific interest or even knowledge of cryogenics, outside of dodgy anecdotal evidence. Who knows? Maybe one day Disney will be re-animated and will go on to rule the world with his legions of cartoon anthropomorphs enforcing his terrible will. We've seen Epcot Center. It's possible.

Prince Harry's father is not Prince Charles
It was clear — and tacitly accepted — that after only a few years of marriage, Prince Charles and Princess Diana were cheating on each other. Prince Harry was born in September 1984, and after the public glimpsed his puglike features and red hair, rumors began to circulate that he was the product of Diana's affair with army officer Major James Hewitt. Diana publicly admitted her liaison in 1995, but insisted that she met Hewitt too late for him to be Harry's father. Hewitt too claims that he first met Diana in May of 1986, when Harry was twenty months old. Simone Simmons, a former close friend of the Princess, wrote Diana: The Last Word, a book serialized in The Sun. In it, she clamed that Diana was forced to carry out paternity tests on both Harry and his brother, Prince William. The tests reportedly showed that both boys were fathered by Prince Charles.

Napoleon's Bonaparte is a collector's item
A number of famous penises are said to be floating about the world, having various adventures long after their owners went toes-up. John Dillinger's is said to be in the Smithsonian, and the Russian Museum of Erotica proudly boasts Rasputin's. But the Holy Grail of infamous dongs is that of Napoleon Bonaparte. Bonaparte's autopsy was performed in 1821 by his personal doctor, in the presence of seventeen witnesses, including seven British doctors and a priest. Organs removed from Napoleon included his heart, which he requested be delivered to his wife, and his stomach, which the assembled experts agreed was ridden with cancer and the cause of Napoleon's demise. Accounts of the autopsy claim the penis was small (guy couldn't catch a break), but there's no mention of its removal. In 1916, the priest's descendants sold off a collection of Naploeonic relics that included "the mummified tendon taken from Napoleon's body during the post-mortem." The memento has since changed hands a number of times; the latest story is that American urologist John Lattimer bought it at auction in 1977. Lattimer defends its authenticity today, but it's hard to disagree with Sir Arthur Keith's 1913 argument that, given the number of witnesses at the autopsy, someone probably would have noticed if his penis went missing.

POSTIVE MUSIC TOP SONGS AND DAVID CREATIVE FAVORITES

1. "OVER THE RAINBOW" JUDY GARLAND
2. "WHITE CHRISTMAS" BING CROSBY
3. 'THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND" WOODY GUTHRIE
4. "RESPECT" ARETHA FRANKLIN
5. "AMERICAN PIE" DON MCLEAN
6. "BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY" THE ANDREWS SISTERS
7. WEST SIDE STORY (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
8. "TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME" BILLY MURRAY
9. "YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN FEELIN" THE RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS
10. "THE ENTERTAINER" SCOTT JOPLIN
12. "ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK" BILL HALEY & THE COMETS
13. "WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN" LOUIS ARMSTRONG
14. "YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE" JIMMIE DAVIS
15. "MACK THE KNIFE" BOBBY DARIN
16. "SATISFACTION" THE ROLLING STONES
17. "TAKE THE 'A' TRAIN" DUKE ELLINGTON ORCHESTRA
18. "BLUEBERRY HILL" FATS DOMINO
19. "GOD BLESS AMERICA" KATE SMITH
20. "STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER" SOUSA'S BAND
21. "I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE" MARVIN GAYE
22. "DOCK OF THE BAY" OTIS REDDING
23. "I LEFT MY HEART IN SAN FRANCISCO" TONY BENNETT
24. "GOOD VIBRATIONS" THE BEACH BOYS
25. "STAND BY ME" BEN E. KING
26. "STORMY WEATHER" LENA HORNE
27. "JOHNNY B. GOODE" CHUCK BERRY
28. "I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND" THE BEATLES
29. "MIDNIGHT TRAIN TO GEORGIA" GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS
30. "IMAGINE" JOHN LENNON
31. "RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER" GENE AUTRY
32. "THE TWIST" CHUBBY CHECKER
33. "HAPPY TRAILS" ROY ROGERS & DALE EVANS
34. "YOUR CHEATIN' HEART" HANK WILLIAMS
35. "SWING LOW SWEET CHARIOT" FISK JUBILEE SINGERS
36. THE SOUND OF MUSIC (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
37. "'ROUND MIDNIGHT" THELONIUS MONK
38. "WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT" TINA TURNER
39. "OVER THERE" THE AMERICAN QUARTET
40. "STAR DUST" HOAGY CARMICHAEL
41. "AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'" FATS WALLER
42. "GEORGIA ON MY MIND" RAY CHARLES
43. "OH PRETTY WOMAN" ROY ORBISON
44. "EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE" THE POLICE
45. "MY GIRL" THE TEMPTATIONS
46. "HOTEL CALIFORNIA" THE EAGLES
47. "HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN" BEN SELVIN ORCHESTRA
48. "STAND BY YOUR MAN" TAMMY WYNETTE
49. "TAKE FIVE" DAVE BRUBECK
50. "AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL" LOUISE HOMER
51. "WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN" PERCY SLEDGE
52. "LIGHT MY FIRE" THE DOORS
53. "STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN" LED ZEPPELIN
54. "SWEET GEORGIA BROWN" BEN BERNIE ORCHESTRA
55. "WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR" CLIFF EDWARDS
56. "YESTERDAY" / "ACT NATURALLY" THE BEATLES
57. "LOUIE LOUIE" THE KINGSMEN
58. "GOD BLESS THE CHILD" BILLIE HOLIDAY
59. "BORN IN THE USA" BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
60. "THE GIRL FROM IPANEMA" STAN GETZ/ASTRUD GILBERTO
61. "I WALK THE LINE" JOHNNY CASH
62. "THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER" JOHN MCCORMICK
63. "O HAPPY DAY" THE EDWIN HAWKINS SINGERS
64. "GREAT BALLS OF FIRE" JERRY LEE LEWIS
65. "WHAT'S GOING ON" MARVIN GAYE
66. OKLAHOMA! (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
67. "ZIP-A-DEE-DOO-DAH" JOHNNY MERCER
68. "DON'T BE CRUEL" / "HOUND DOG" ELVIS PRESLEY
69. "ST. LOUIS BLUES" W.C. HANDY
70. "YANKEE DOODLE" VESS OSSMAN
71. "CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'" THE MAMAS & PAPAS
72. "ON THE ROAD AGAIN" WILLIE NELSON
73. "AULD LANG SYNE" FRANK STANLEY
74. "SUMMERTIME" SIDNEY BECHET
75. "THEME FROM SHAFT" ISAAC HAYES
77. "SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY" LES BROWN ORCHESTRA
78. "BLUE SUEDE SHOES" CARL PERKINS
79. "THE SOUNDS OF SILENCE" SIMON & GARFUNKEL
80. "SMELLS LIKE TEEN SPIRIT" NIRVANA
81. "IT HAD TO BE YOU" ISHAM JONES ORCHESTRA
82. "MINNIE THE MOOCHER" CAB CALLOWAY
83. "SIXTEEN TONS" TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD
84. "WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD" LOUIS ARMSTRONG
85. "FIRE AND RAIN" JAMES TAYLOR
86. "Y.M.C.A." THE VILLAGE PEOPLE
87. "HEARTBREAK HOTEL" ELVIS PRESLEY
88. "KING OF THE ROAD" ROGER MILLER
89. "I WILL SURVIVE" GLORIA GAYNOR
90. "AVE MARIA" MARIAN ANDERSON
91. "BEGIN THE BEGUINE" ARTIE SHAW ORCHESTRA
92. "LIKE A ROLLING STONE" BOB DYLAN
93. "STOP IN THE NAME OF LOVE" THE SUPREMES
94. "STAYIN' ALIVE" THE BEE GEES
95. "1999" PRINCE
96. "PLEASE REMEMBER ME" TIM MCGRAW
97. PORGY AND BESS (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
98. "BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN" GENE AUTRY
99. "SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL" JOE TURNER
100. "IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT" THE FIVE SATINS
101. "KILLING ME SOFTLY WITH HIS SONG" ROBERTA FLACK
102. "FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES" GARTH BROOKS
103. "CHARLESTON" ARTHUR GIBBS & HIS GANG
104. "A TISKET A TASKET" ELLA FITZGERALD
105. "WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING" CHAUNCY OLCOTT
106. "THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN'" BOB DYLAN
107. "I FALL TO PIECES" PATSY CLINE
108. "I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU" WHITNEY HOUSTON
109. "MONA LISA" NAT KING COLE
110. "BLOWIN' IN THE WIND" PETER, PAUL & MARY
111. "PEGGY SUE" BUDDY HOLLY
112. "LEAN ON ME" BILL WITHERS
113. KIND OF BLUE (ALBUM) MILES DAVIS
114. "I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY" HANK WILLIAMS
115. "PROUD MARY" CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL
116. "CAN THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN" THE CARTER FAMILY
117. "PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ" HARRY RICHMAN
118. "LAYLA" DEREK & THE DOMINOS
119. "JUMP" VAN HALEN
120. "I STILL HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR" U2
121. "WE ARE THE WORLD" USA FOR AFRICA
122. "GIRLS JUST WANT TO HAVE FUN" CYNDI LAUPER
123. MY FAIR LADY (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
124. "SWANEE" AL JOLSON
125. "LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART" THE PEERLESS QUARTET
126. "MAKIN' WHOOPEE" EDDIE CANTOR
127. "THE TRACKS OF MY TEARS" THE MIRACLES
128. "I WANNA BE LOVED BY YOU" HELEN KANE
129. "PENNIES FROM HEAVEN" BING CROSBY
130. "TUTTI FRUTTI" LITTLE RICHARD
131. "BROWN EYED GIRL" VAN MORRISON
132. "I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU" THE FLAMINGOS
133. "BORN TO BE WILD" STEPPENWOLF
134. "SUPERSTITION" STEVIE WONDER
135. "BORN TO RUN" BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
136. "ON THE GOOD SHIP LOLLIPOP" SHIRLEY TEMPLE
137. "WABASH CANNONBALL" ROY ACUFF
138. "UNCHAINED MELODY" AL HIBBLER
139. "DANCING IN THE STREETS" MARTHA & THE VANDELLAS
140. "AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH" M. GAYE/TAMMI TERRELL
141. "PIANO MAN" BILLY JOEL
142. "JOY TO THE WORLD" THREE DOG NIGHT
143. "LOSING MY RELIGION" R.E.M.
144. "MY WAY" FRANK SINATRA
145. "LET'S STAY TOGETHER" AL GREEN
146. "WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS/WE WILL ROCK YOU" QUEEN
147. "PURPLE RAIN" PRINCE
148. "DANCING QUEEN" ABBA
149. A LOVE SUPREME (ALBUM) JOHN COLTRANE
150. "WAKE UP LITTLE SUSIE" THE EVERLY BROTHERS
151. "SHOUT" THE ISLEY BROTHERS
152. "I GOT YOU (I FEEL GOOD)" JAMES BROWN
153. "THE THRILL IS GONE" B.B. KING
154. "ALEXANDER'S RAGTIME BAND" THE BOSWELL SISTERS
155. "BO DIDDLEY" BO DIDDLEY
156. "BANANA BOAT (DAY-O)" HARRY BELAFONTE
157. "RING OF FIRE" JOHNNY CASH
158. "DONNA" / "LA BAMBA" RICHIE VALENS
159. "THE LION SLEEPS TONIGHT" THE TOKENS
160. "TAKE ME HOME COUNTRY ROADS" JOHN DENVER
161. "MATERIAL GIRL" MADONNA
162. "RAPPER'S DELIGHT" THE SUGARHILL GANG
163. "GOODNIGHT IRENE" LEADBELLY
164. "TEQUILA" THE CHAMPS
165. "QUE SERA SERA" DORIS DAY
166. "TURN! TURN! TURN!" THE BYRDS
167. SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (ALBUM) THE BEATLES
168. "SOUL MAN" SAM & DAVE
169. "YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE" STEVIE WONDER
170. "THANKS FOR THE MEMORY" BOB HOPE / SHIRLEY ROSS
171. "RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD" B.J. THOMAS
172. "MOON RIVER" HENRY MANCINI
173. "FREE BIRD" LYNYRD SKYNYRD
174. "MISTY" ERROLL GARNER TRIO
175. "CHANCES ARE" JOHNNY MATHIS
176. "LOVE LETTERS" KETTY LESTER
177. "I LOVE ROCK 'N' ROLL" JOAN JETT & BLACKHEARTS
178. "FAST CAR" TRACY CHAPMAN
179. "WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW" THE SHIRELLES
180. "LEADER OF THE PACK" THE SHANGRI-LAS
181. "IN THE MIDNIGHT HOUR" WILSON PICKETT
182. "WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE" FRANKIE LYMON/TEENAGERS
183. "I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW" JOHNNY NASH
184. "OYE COMO VA" SANTANA
185. "COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER" LORETTA LYNN
186. "THE CAT'S IN THE CRADLE" HARRY CHAPIN
187. "MAMAS DON'T LET YOUR BABIES..." WAYLON & WILLIE
188. "THE GAMBLER" KENNY ROGERS
189. "BYE BYE BLACKBIRD" GENE AUSTIN
190. "SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES" THE PLATTERS
191. "FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT (TO PARTY)" THE BEASTIE BOYS
192. "WE ARE FAMILY" SISTER SLEDGE
193. "CLOSE TO YOU" THE CARPENTERS
194. "MAGGIE MAY" ROD STEWART
195. "NIGHT AND DAY" FRED ASTAIRE
196. "BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME" RUDY VALLEE
197. "TOM DOOLEY" THE KINGSTON TRIO
198. "THE TENNESSEE WALTZ" PATTI PAGE
199. "IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW" HAROLD MELVIN/BLUE NOTES
200. "GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD" ELTON JOHN
201. "U CAN'T TOUCH THIS" M.C. HAMMER
202. "SMOOTH" SANTANA & ROB THOMAS
203. "LIVIN' LA VIDA LOCA" RICKY MARTIN
204. "HOW GREAT THOU ART" GEORGE BEVERLY SHEA
205. "SING SING SING" BENNY GOODMAN ORCHESTRA
206. HAIR (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
207. "TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS" THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS
208. "WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE" JACKIE DESHANNON
209. "CRYING" ROY ORBISON
210. "SWEET CHILD O' MINE" GUNS N' ROSES
211. "ONE O'CLOCK JUMP" COUNT BASIE ORCHESTRA
212. "DOWNTOWN" PETULA CLARK
213. "IT'S TOO LATE" / "I FEEL THE EARTH MOVE" CAROLE KING
214. "CELEBRATION" KOOL & THE GANG
215. "SO IN LOVE" THE TYMES
216. "YOU'RE SO VAIN" CARLY SIMON
217. "HEART OF GLASS" BLONDIE
218. "BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY" BILL MONROE/BLUE GRASS BOYS
219. "TEEN ANGEL" MARK DINNING
220. ORNITHOLOGY (ALBUM) CHARLIE PARKER SEXTET
221. "WE SHALL OVERCOME" JOAN BAEZ
222. "SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT" BONNIE RAITT
223. "TAKE MY HAND PRECIOUS LORD" THOMAS DORSEY
224. SOUTH PACIFIC (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
225. "RUNAROUND SUE" DION
226. "TEA FOR TWO" ART TATUM
227. "SUMMERTIME BLUES" EDDIE COCHRAN
228. "EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY" DEAN MARTIN
229. "IT'S MY PARTY" LESLEY GORE
230. "THE LOCO MOTION" LITTLE EVA
231. "ON BROADWAY" THE DRIFTERS
232. "ME AND BOBBY MCGEE" JANIS JOPLIN
233. "TIME IN A BOTTLE" JIM CROCE
234. "MARGARITAVILLE" JIMMY BUFFETT
235. BITCHES BREW (ALBUM) MILES DAVIS
236. "KANSAS CITY" WILBERT HARRISON
237. "EARTH ANGEL" THE PENGUINS
238. "GOT MY MOJO WORKING" MUDDY WATERS
239. "PEOPLE GET READY" THE IMPRESSIONS
240. "HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN" THE ANIMALS
241. "WHITE RABBIT" THE JEFFERSON AIRPLANE
242. "GRACELAND" PAUL SIMON
243. "LOVE SHACK" THE B-52S
244. "I BELIEVE I CAN FLY" R. KELLY
245. "ALL I WANNA DO" SHERYL CROW
246. "MY HEART WILL GO ON" CELINE DION
247. "MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME" GERALDINE FARRAR
248. "ABRAHAM, MARTIN & JOHN" DION
249. THE KING AND I (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
250. "AT THE HOP" DANNY & THE JUNIORS
251. "WHAT'D I SAY" RAY CHARLES
252. "MR. SANDMAN" THE CHORDETTES
253. "BE MY BABY" THE RONETTES
254. "I GOT YOU BABE" SONNY & CHER
255. "THE DEVIL WENT DOWN TO GEORGIA" CHARLIE DANIELS BAND
256. "FLASHDANCE (WHAT A FEELING)" IRENE CARA
257. "BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE" TALKING HEADS
258. "ACHY BREAKY HEART" BILLY RAY CYRUS
259. "WIDE OPEN SPACES" DIXIE CHICKS
260. THE MUSIC MAN (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
261. "WALK ON BY" DIONNE WARWICK
262. "RAMBLIN' MAN" ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND
263. "MOVE ON UP A LITTLE HIGHER" MAHALIA JACKSON
264. "I'M SO EXCITED" THE POINTER SISTERS
265. "THAT OLD BLACK MAGIC" LOUIS PRIMA/KEELY SMITH
266. "REACH OUT I'LL BE THERE" THE FOUR TOPS
267. "WALK THIS WAY" AEROSMITH
268. "BETTE DAVIS EYES" KIM CARNES
269. "THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS" BETTE MIDLER
270. "CHANGE THE WORLD" ERIC CLAPTON
271. "IF I DIDN'T CARE" THE INK SPOTS
272. "PAPER DOLL" THE MILLS BROTHERS
273. "STRANGE FRUIT" BILLIE HOLIDAY
274. "ODE TO BILLY JOE" BOBBIE GENTRY
275. "STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT" FRANK SINATRA
276. "WAR" EDWIN STARR
277. "BEHIND CLOSED DOORS" CHARLIE RICH
278. "OLD TIME ROCK 'N' ROLL" BOB SEGER
279. "WE GOT THE BEAT" THE GO-GOS
280. "THE MESSAGE" GRANDMASTER FLASH/FURIOUS 5
281. "YOU'RE THE TOP" COLE PORTER
282. "MY GUY" MARY WELLS
283. "YOU SEND ME" SAM COOKE
284. "BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX" GLEN CAMPBELL
285. "EVERYBODY'S TALKIN"" NILSSON
286. "HEART OF GOLD" NEIL YOUNG
287. "JACK & DIANE" JOHN COUGAR MELLENCAMP
288. "FIGHT THE POWER" PUBLIC ENEMY
289. "ME AND MY SHADOW" WHISPERING JACK SMITH
290. "DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS" ALVINO RAY ORCHESTRA
291. "FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH" BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
292. "THAT'S WHAT FRIENDS ARE FOR" DIONNE WARWICK & FRIENDS
293. "YOU'RE STILL THE ONE" SHANIA TWAIN
294. BIRDLAND (ALBUM) WEATHER REPORT
295. "GO YOUR OWN WAY" FLEETWOOD MAC
296. "ANOTHER BRICK IN THE WALL" PINK FLOYD
297. "(GHOST) RIDERS IN THE SKY VAUGHN MONROE
298. "THE WAY WE WERE" BARBRA STREISAND
299. "9 TO 5" DOLLY PARTON
300. GREASE (ALBUM) CAST/SOUNDTRACK
301. "DON'T WORRY BE HAPPY" BOBBY MCFERRIN
302. "WHO'S SORRY NOW" CONNIE FRANCIS
303. "THAT'S THE WAY (I LIKE IT)" K.C. & SUNSHINE BAND
304. "YES WE HAVE NO BANANAS" BILLY JONES
305. "ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY" THE WEAVERS
306. "YOU REALLY GOT ME" THE KINKS
307. "OHIO" CROSBY STILLS NASH YOUNG
308. "FREE FALLIN'" TOM PETTY/HEARTBREAKERS
309. "THIS KISS" FAITH HILL
310. "B0DY AND SOUL" COLEMAN HAWKINS ORCHESTRA
311. "I AM WOMAN" HELEN REDDY
312. SHOW BOAT (ALBUM) ORIGINAL CAST
313. "THIS MASQUERADE" GEORGE BENSON
314. "SOME OF THESE DAYS" SOPHIE TUCKER
315. "DOWN HEARTED BLUES" BESSIE SMITH
316. "NEW SAN ANTONIO ROSE" BOB WILLS/TEXAS PLAYBOYS
317. "HOW HIGH THE MOON" LES PAUL & MARY FORD
318. "I'M SORRY" BRENDA LEE
319. "EVERYDAY PEOPLE" SLY & THE FAMILY STONE
320. "WHEN WILL I BE LOVED" LINDA RONSTADT
321. "UNCLE JOHN'S BAND" THE GRATEFUL DEAD
322. "FAITH" GEORGE MICHAEL
323. "UP WHERE WE BELONG" JOE COCKER & JENNIFER WARNES
324. "ALL MY ROWDY FRIENDS ARE COMING OVER" HANK WMS. JR.
325. "CANDLE IN THE WIND" ELTON JOHN
326. "EL SHADDAI" AMY GRANT
327. "SALT PEANUTS" DIZZY GILLESPIE
328. ZODIAC SUITE (ALBUM) MARY LOU WILLIAMS
329. "VESTI LA GIUBBA" ENRICO CARUSO
330. "WHISPERING" PAUL WHITEMAN ORCH.
331. "BLUE YODEL (T FOR TEXAS)" JIMMIE RODGERS
332. "BOOGIE CHILLUN" JOHN LEE HOOKER
333. "THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS" JOHNNY HORTON
334. "SHE WORKS HARD FOR THE MONEY" DONNA SUMMER
335. "I WANT YOU BACK" THE JACKSON 5
336. "HE STOPPED LOVING HER TODAY" GEORGE JONES
337. "MEN IN BLACK" WILL SMITH
338. "EL PASO" MARTY ROBBINS
339. "I'LL FLY AWAY" THE CHUCK WAGON GANG
340. "ROCKIT" HERBIE HANCOCK
341. "KING PORTER STOMP" JELLY ROLL MORTON
342. "CROSS ROAD BLUES" ROBERT JOHNSON
343. "CATTLE CALL" EDDY ARNOLD
344. "TIGER RAG" THE ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND
345. "THE PRISONER'S SONG" VERNON DALHART
346. "YAKETY YAK" THE COASTERS
347. "BIG YELLOW TAXI" JONI MITCHELL
348. "HIGHER LOVE" STEVE WINWOOD
349. "NO CHARGE" SHIRLEY CAESAR
350. "MY HOME'S IN ALABAMA" ALABAMA
351. "ONE SWEET DAY" BOYZ II MEN/MARIAH CAREY
352. "I HOPE YOU DANCE" LEE ANN WOMACK
353. "DON'T LET NOBODY TURN YOU AROUND" THE FAIRFIELD FOUR
354. "THE IN CROWD" RAMSEY LEWIS TRIO
355. "NEAR YOU" FRANCIS CRAIG ORCHESTRA
356. "SING ME BACK HOME" MERLE HAGGARD
357. "DJANGO" THE MODERN JAZZ QUARTET
358. "RESPECT YOURSELF" THE STAPLE SINGERS
359. "DOO WOP (THAT THING)" LAURYN HILL
360. "MAMA HE'S CRAZY" THE JUDDS
361. "NO SCRUBS" TLC
362. "SATURDAY IN THE PARK" CHICAGO
363. "BILLS, BILLS, BILLS" DESTINY'S CHILD
364. "ADDICTIVE LOVE" BEBE & CECE WINANS
365. "ALL ALONG THE WATCHTOWER" JIMI HENDRIX

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