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  1. This is really cool. I guess I shouldn't be surprised she could rock, she was in Clapton's band before the disco thing happened.
  2. Some people do think that, yes. But as you said, they have gems and those are what's been taken.
  3. I'm certainly no expert on cancel culture and how it works, but I would not be surprised if the people most likely to call for Simmons to be cancelled have just never come across him.
  4. The Arista albums had a bunch of songs that did well on FM stations. That (plus regular touring) was the engine of their commercial comeback in the US. Come Dancing achieved a different level of popularity because of MTV.
  5. Which doesn't mean that the Arista material isn't popular. Remember, most of us in this thread were teenagers when the Kinks' Arista material was popular. And music that people liked during those years tends to stick with them.
  6. More bonuses to get Stevie to 30 songs. Knocks Me Off My Feet Last year when I was getting my car registered at the DMV, the clerk who was dealing with my plates started singing this song and couldn't remember the name. He asked me if I knew -- all I could think of at the time was '70s Stevie. "I don't want to bore you with it" is probably an anthemic line for DMV workers. Pastime Paradise At this juncture, best known for being the backing track for Coolio's Gangsta's Paradise. Golden Lady Breezy '70s music at its best. I have seen Phish, of all bands, cover th
  7. The Kinks' Arista records got a lot of play on AOR stations in the '70s and '80s.
  8. Bumping this to the new page for retirement tracking. Retired: Holly, First Wave, Underground Garage, Classic Rewind, Road Trip Radio, The Joint, Symphony Hall, The Groove, Covers, R&R HOF, Hair Nation, XMU, Pearl Jam, Studio 54, Comes Alive, 80s on 8, Octane/Turbo, Coffee House, Prince, Chill, Lithium, Hits 1, Sinatra (Standards), 70s on 7, Pop2K, Yacht Rock, Real Jazz, The Beatles, On Broadway, Jam On, BPM, Prime Country, Tom Petty, The Bridge, 90s on 9, 60s on 6, Bluesville, Elvis, Margaritaville, SoulCycle, Deep Tracks, Bluegrass Junction, Soul Town, Fly/The Heat/Shade45, Faction
  9. Bumping this to the new page. Now including Rude Youth. Google Doc: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1I_5j7lqQuKcV8yMuyipeC_MkgL3j1zc-RahK-ixFGb4/edit#gid=199888566 Spotify Playlists: 50s on 5: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5eD8va8avZW1Li4FyeK8vt?si=liDm48zSTgO5tj2QZt0f5A 60s on 6: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4eArnxPM3G5P9iqSfyL213 70s on 7: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0pX6JREySI0AQpEqUNOe5H 80s on 8: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/36apEcAyeFIhAixZ09lBP1 90s on 9: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1tiPx7JGXT7xVK6QPp45sg?si=YeEvI2jgSc2
  10. In keeping with our theme today, this was indeed taken, by RA for Classic Rewind.
  11. There's a song still out there whose backing track was made very famous by someone else.
  12. I may drop some more Stevie later depending on what everyone else does tonight.
  13. Makin' it rain with Stevie before he goes (uptight) outtasight. Round 306: Steve Wonder Radio A. Isn't She Lovely -- Stevie Wonder Hasn't been taken yet and needs to be here. This is the radio edit without the baby sound effects. B. If You Really Love Me -- Stevie Wonder Invigorating every time you hear it. C. Master Blaster (Jammin') -- Stevie Wonder So infectious. D. Contusion -- Stevie Wonder To mix things up a bit, one of my favorite instrumentals.
  14. I still can't keep Spoon, Sloan and Slint straight.
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