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"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on WGN Radio
"James That's Art Garfunkel the flamingos he isn't I only advise for you 1975 on Columbia got the number 18 on the pop charts number one on the adult contemporary chart Art turns 80 this week And Carol who does all the show prep said you had something in common with him You drove the entire interstate system He walked it while he walked from New York to Oregon anyway I can't imagine what possessed him to do that but then again I'm not really sure what possessed him to screw up the flamingos either but there you have it All right so back to Scotty and east Chicago who's got Felicia middlebrooks details so what else do we know Scottie Oh she's still alive and well And she's producing a holster and Gary coming up Oh good Good Yeah I don't know I don't know It's in November sometimes with a I don't know how tough this producing and cheese gets holes in the wood But she's alive and well and she's got their golden voice lackey von Daniels Yeah Mary D and yours truly You got a voice Oh yeah thank you but no I don't even And I love your own when you say it on the call when on tribute night Everyone else is trying to call Yeah I love that I love that show Well good good Glad to glad to hear that Well I call it sometimes ten times I get divorced A lot of because I can't get in with the planet again All right well always good to hear from you Everybody's calling it Thanks for the Felicia update All right Dan you have a good night Good night Thanks Yeah she wrote a book I think it was like hello my name is miss Jefferson and understand your plane is being hijacked And I loved the title That was a few years ago I never did never did read it though and I probably probably should and she's done some documentaries over the years Some that have won awards at New York film festivals and other film festivals as well Somebody's child redemption of Rwanda So glad to hear that she is doing something coming up All right And let's see what do we do we have We have votes I do believe Gary and Austin going to continue to vote on the world's wars hit records What do we got Oh Riley How you doing And we got things like candyman Oh you boy Oracy you don't like candy No no no no Oh God Okay You can't even be candy man Yeah really That I can understand but I'm thinking I love that Roy Orbison record It's got a great got a great harmonica solo by Charlie McCoy Everybody loves that Yeah I love that song And I've got on my MP3 player Yeah And then I love Tom T. Hall Yeah I don't know what possessed him Yeah because he did a lot of songs that I like but I didn't and that's one of them Yeah And I'll see It wants that would vote it too Of course for her And so and then the green green grass at Tom Jones by Tom Jones And who could forget the blind man and the bleach Oh God in that awful Well last game of the season Yeah I thought it was going to be the last game in my season because I got sick right after my wasn't sure if I was going to recuperate but well not sure you want to Okay When that kind of stuff is on the radio you might say time to go And then don't worry be happy Okay only pop song I know with a word litigate in it Yeah that's true That's one thing in its favor but that's Yeah All right those are all wonderful choices Well yeah and I'm sure that between now and now on Wednesday I'll either be seconding some good I know there's been some very Shannon like that And our apartment manager here is named Shannon And so that song sort of has a special meaning for us Maybe she can meet the same fate Yeah we're thinking because we know that when we're lifting we actually lions Yeah I hope that guy has a lot in finding a place because we are trying to subtly get rid of him It seems it sounds to me Well it's not gonna work out well unfortunately Because let's face it the landlord has the upper hand when it's all said and done So if it's really bad get out of Dodge Yep time to go Yeah exactly I believe in the middle of the night Yes yes not a bad plan All right All right Thank you I'll count on it Thanks All right so let's see what does what am I doing here Leah and Marcus hook Welcome back to WGN radio Hi rawley Wait a minute I had the phone plugged in Are you there Plugged into what The cord Okay Into power All right all right Into the charger thing You good enough Good enough The technical term Yeah Well absolutely singing Yeah I understand it is You betcha That's my technical word for everything Yeah well it is multi purpose of course So how are you tonight I've been great Well I appreciate that I think I'm okay Like I was saying at the beginning of the show I'm a last nerve always trying to deal with customer disservice and it just seems to be getting worse and worse And I'm not surprised that people are all enraged Well well I'm a little enraged but first I want to nominate a new song Okay Well I think it's a new and I'm here anyone nominated yet Little willing by sweet Oh yes a good choice 1973 Yeah I remember it And then well let's see What was the next thing Then I wanted to just bemoan the fact that I just found out that last month Jay-Z was nominated into The Rock and roll Hall of Fame well you got to understand The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame You know when you look at people like yawn winner and such it's all out the window I don't know who young winner is He is the publisher of Rolling Stone magazine He is the big shot there And I would not say that their choices reflect reality We've mentioned before so many people who aren't in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame like a pat boon Now I don't want to hear pet Boone's music but to deny what he was to early rock and roll you know and people who would say well he was just this white cover act Well no he was he was doing records that otherwise wouldn't have been heard by mass appeal audiences and the guy whose record label it was on Randy wood was the guy who was.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on How Good It Is
"And farrar was up there with the engineer and the two of them had to sit still while she was recording because the floor wood creek and her microphone would pick it up for all that she laid down three takes and they decided that the first one was the best new. John said that she's not a power singer. But more of an interpretive one and towards the end. she's almost whispering because it was about these more sensitive in tender emotions and life. She felt that the work honestly made it all the most. Poignant dole overall now what's kind of funny about that is rooted in jeff. Barry's comment that. The song was originally written from guys point of view so maybe his intentions aren't so pure. He said quote. I thought it would be a really sexy song for a guy to sing. I'm not trying to sleep with you. I honestly love you. And i thought any girl who had here that would have to say well. Can we just short once now. The song appeared on newton. John's album long live love. And if you're an american fan. You already know that that album wasn't released in the united states was a you pay only in the us however this song and other songs from long live love and the to the came out before that were repackaged into the american album. Titled if you love me let me know that title track. Being the only new song on the album. I honestly love you was released as a single in the us In august of one thousand nine hundred seventy four and took only six weeks to make it to the top five on the billboard hot one hundred and another two weeks to make it to number one where it sent the weeks of october fifth and october twelfth and while she was already a big shot in the music business is was her first trip to the top of a hop on hiding. It also spent three weeks at the top of the adult contemporary charts and number six on the contrary on the other hand it only peaked at number twenty two in the uk although it did chart a little bit better in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and it was to on with a grease hits album more Should we got some where else to go. But i've got some detail i never. Who really really your new.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Right. He did right. That That was was that ever that bound have been hit the country charts, don't you think? Would think it did, But I don't know if it did or not. To be honest. If it did. It wasn't huge. Yeah, you know, just by list just by listening to it, you know, I thought the I actually like to singing in it. I thought the, uh, the high notes. Were it kind of reminded me of Marty Robbins a little bit with little yodeling type thing. Yeah. Come on. Oh, yeah. I can't get that I but anymore. I used to be able to hit it now, didn't he have? What was his band The first national band or I can't remember what the name of, uh I don't remember about that. Yeah. Let me see how high it went. Then we'll move on to the important stuff. Emotional single and, uh, what year would that have been? Joanne. Okay, so it hit. Uh Billboard Hot 100 Cash Box and the Billboard A. C. It was 21 17 and six That's where it was. So I did well on the adult contemporary chart. Well, that's that's about them. But I remember hearing it, and I didn't wasn't I didn't even know they had adult contemporary back in 1970 Remember hearing it, too. Yeah, it doesn't say the name of the country charge. Yeah. I don't think it did make the country chair so as Michael Nesmith and the first national band I was right. Wow. What a memory. Yeah. Gosh, I just can't remember Syria. The podcast with Taylor that works here and and he we started talking about Trump and I said, You know, when he when he had when he bombed that Country, and I'm trying to think you know the one where all the Refugees were coming, right? You know those folks, Okay? Taylor is throwing out. You know Iran? No, That's not it. No, no good. Think of Syria, and then I get home. Oh, yeah. Syria. Well, you just had one of those moments, you know? Yeah. By the way, it was that song was number one in New Zealand. Hey, You got to be number one somewhere. I guess So. I guess he toured New Zealand quite a bit. I would think you would help. Uh, Michael Bismuth one show only in New Zealand. Like Roland Rivers. Um, the majority of New York voters prefer someone else. To Andrew Cuomo. And it really doesn't matter Who that someone else is. They don't want him back in the governor's office. Sienna College poll. Release found 56% to 35% would prefer a generic someone else to Andrew Cuomo and a place for Glenn Funk. I do believe. Yeah, you go. Oh, get the funk out of my face, including 60% of independent voters and 42% of Democrats who would prefer someone else. Anybody else with this guy? Paul also found 23% of voters want him to resign immediately. 39% want him to finish his current term and then get out, 33% said. They want him to remain in office and seeking of the four year term. Not good numbers. 33% want you to run for re election. So we'll see. Um Rudy's boy is running for, um, he's running for governor, isn't he? I saw some. I saw a campaign ad from this guy and, uh, And his name. Andrew. Rudy. Julia. Andrew. Julie, is it? I don't know. I saw something about him. He's right. I think he's running for governor, isn't he? I think you're correct. Okay, Quick, time out, we'll be back. We'll, uh get to the other cool stuff. We haven't even well. We've sort of scratch service. We've got a lot to go a lot to go Show Prep. Today's similar wasn't yesterday. It was just it's flooding. I don't know if the deal is we'll be back right after this welcome.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Celebrating fifty years of soul music and coming up next one of the hallmark girl groups from -ffiliated national. Three degrees talking about win. Will i see you again. And this is a bowl of so. This is your man jay. Most in y'all listening to soul music at its best a bowl of soul mix stool of soul music song a christmas and so on. Cd speed ticket alert. I see terms of philadelphia. Its nationals fiftieth anniversary. We celebrate the three degrees with their nineteen. Seventy four hit. When will i see you again. Which was written and produced by kenny. Gamble and leon huff and the members of the three degrees at that time was sheila. Ferguson sang lead. Fayette pinkney and valerie holiday and let me tell you something. This song was number two on the pop singles chart behind kung fu fighting by call davis and then on the adult contemporary chart. The song reached number one and number four on the rb charts and we celebrate the three degrees right here on a bowl of soul. And we're going to stay on that vein of love baby coming up next one of my favorite groups on the stax record label the temporaries talking about i love you you me at this is a bowl of soul so again. I walked into the room with no expectations just as donald patty and here. I am at a bowl of soul with professor. Teela one on this too. Hey and a true from three new. Hey i'm news. Took i love. This is classics. So right hand. You know the temporaries baby. They were from memphis tennessee. And they were very popular in the seventies and they were originally formed as the love men. The trio lead singer jasper jabil phillips with a powerful force seto featured on most of their recordings. Harold scott scott delwan calvin. They met in the nineteen mid nine sixties when they were in junior high school and they also along with larry dopson who became of future lead singer of the bark. As and you know the temporaries were first signed to stax records in nineteen seventy and they were on a subsidiary a record label called we produce and you know as you know. Stacks records collapsed in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy six and then. They were moved briefly to epic records. But we celebrate the temporaries. They had a lot of beautiful songs. Oh my god. One of the songs that i feel that they did. The best treatment on was a song done by the cheryl's dedicated to the one. I love it was also done by the mamas. And the papas. But i'm gonna tell you. The temporaries did kill version of dedicated to the one. I love revisit. A lot of these classic soul groups and their albums. And i'm telling you there on fire and this is a bowl of soul and you need to know why you need to listen to a bowl of soul music from fifty fifty a little bit of the sixty sixty sixty thrown in with similar seventy seventy seven mix well with the with the.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The world's worst hit records. You voted for it, but not enough to make it into the top 10. That was a big hit in 1969. Lieber and Stoller wrote it, and Peggy Lee was probably like a number one or number two on the adult contemporary charts played incessantly. But even on top 40 stations that depressing tome was was huge. The seventies gave us so much we're about to, by the way, get to get to number four and let me let me review where you are so far, Number five of the world's worst hit records is voted on by you was David, Get us Run! Joey, Run six. Charlene. I've never been to me seven was Disco Duck. Rick Dees. Eight Horse with no name America nine, honey, Bobby Goldsboro and 10. Seasons in the sun, Sherry Jack, So we got four more counting backwards will get to number four here in a moment, but a certain nod to the seventies, the seventies. And many people really looked at the demise of top 40 radio for a lot of reasons at that point in time, But nothing was more to blame. As far as the guilty party, then the music well, for one thing we had people trying to make a statement. Which, by the way, is always bad in music. Yeah, and that always accounts for votes on the on the world's were set records. But on one side of the story was Helen Reddy with I am Woman Different from the I am Woman that Peggy Lee did in the sixties, of course. Yeah. I am woman. Hear me roar in the first two big to ignore and I know too much to go back to protect me. So meanwhile, while she's shouting about being woman here was Paul Anka, maybe setting back the movement by decades. Yes, you're heaven, my baby. Like an Oreo coat. Sounds more like a dry cleaner having my baby. But along the way we said, how much you love having my baby. What a lovely way will say what you think. Good old maid. I can see it. I'd like to tell you what I'm thinking of you for.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Timeless ballad from 1939. Now that's timeless, Linda Ron said. What's new? Which was the title track of her 1983 triple platinum album. Backed by the Nelson Riddle Orchestra. At version reached the top 40 of the cash box Top 100 chart. It picked a number 53 on the billboard Hot 100 on the adult contemporary charts. It's spent several weeks in the top five. We'll take a short break after Miles Davis now performs. Stella by Starlight from his kind of blue LP. Whose nation this hour I'm Roger, Bad, ish black.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on Pantheon
"She says that's fine, there'll be no strings to bind your hand My Love can't find your heart. She's angel the morning. She's angel the morning. I'm saying I just. Thought you. Place! You're going where where we. Pearl's a singer is is our normal. Stop off. The other one is like. Dolly definitely burned the house. Burned down to lean towns. Raiders Sunny and she she had a list of names. And you look at the list is just the name Joelene written twenty times so lean Joelene Jillian, Finley, Colleen Joey, Angelina, Jolie, and then yeah, and she's. She gets the kids out of the house, and then she burns down Julian towns. I think that works. All right any other. Thoughts for expanding universe now. All right. We'll take a quick break. We come in maybe joining. Let the music. Maybe she does. When we come back or maybe maybe maybe Dolly goes to visit on a horse name. 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Joe Joelene was written and recorded by Dolly Parton and released October Fifteenth Nineteen, seventy-three. It hit number one on the country charts. It hit number four on the adult contemporary charts, but it only hit number sixty on the hot one. Hundred's should remember. It's seventy three. There's not a lot of crossover with country, Steph. This is definitely a country song the fact that crossover at all. Shoes shows how great this Song Michael I. Am Not Belittling at all at all. What I am saying is that I was shocked that it was only number sixty on the hot one. Hundred's I mean it was. This is by far one of her most famous songs, if not her most famous song, prompt me maybe ninety five is. Always love you, but or other ones but. She's acquis. That's the point prolific. But. You'll lean is definitely a song that most everybody knows. So. I was surprised by it, also it. It hit in a in a bunch of other countries. As well. It hit number one in Canada. Country Charts as well, but it was a huge country hit. is kind of what I was saying and it wasn't her it. Even though it hit. Number Sixty on the hot one hundred's. It wasn't her big crossover. You know like breakthrough to the mainstream. We definitely do not have time to go into the method. The charts and we've done that in previous episodes, so if you want to go back in the archives, but only the only is going to say was I. Just we've talked about this before, but I don't know. How do they decide what it's a country like why number one on the country, but only sixty on one hundred when I mean is like it's not like people by the album it go up to him by the way I'm buying this because it's a country song, right were they say I'm buying this because it's a crossover, hit and I liked top and I'm buying this like I think it's. Probably wasn't getting radio airplay. Yeah, that's what I was going to say. It's it's. It's more about the radio play I would imagine at that point year, but I think in in the seventies. I don't think radio play county toward the charts until like the ninety. then. How did they decide that? It was number one country, but not. On the pop charts, our they figuring that out I mean. I'm not asking for an action. Answer I'm saying I think that's and hey, if anybody knows no. Part of it because later, 'cause like country music countries are going to explode in the late tip. Not Quite there yet, so it might have even been. This comes out three or four years later, and it could have been a big hit on short short one hundred. Yeah, but I would say but it also I mean country music is somewhat hermetically sealed especially at this time, but maybe you have a number one on the country charts. You have a massive. You ever sold a lot of records. So, obviously, it's still you, Chit. And they think I think her correct me if I'm wrong, but I think her big. Crossover hit. was here you come again? That's right. Yep that's right. Thanks also take that I'll take that point away. No, but that's right. Yeah, here, you come again was her. Was the big crossover hit. It hit like number six or something or number three. Shirts on the pop charts. Yeah, but anyway let's talk about 'cause we could then. This is the thing I I'm gonNA. Say Right up front. There is no way I am going to do any sort of justice to Miss Dolly Parton. Because there's so much that I'm just focusing on the song and I'm only focusing on a on a bit of her. Because a we're going to do another dollar part and song and be. She's so a lot of Delhi, and she is so such a cultural icon. There's no way she has podcast dedicated solely to her. She has her own like. China's listen to which is why I'm biting my tongue on ESPN. Throughout, but yeah, of course, so that's. Only like literally like it's like myth I, mean it. Reads like deceased or something. It's it's unbelievable. 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"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Six, one of my favorite stripper movies ever came out strip-tease great movie Demi Moore it's really fun. Her daughter actually plays her daughter in the movie. I haven't really seen this. When in a really long time, it's like a rhyme. There's a crime aspect to it I don't exactly remember what it is, but if I'm going to be watching a movie about an exotic dancer, my I throw choices going to show curls, and they can't tell you how excited I am just got an Amazon alert. That I have a showgirls coloring book in the mail and I know my husband got it for me because who else would have done that? And how did in my Amazon Cart so I am very excited for that in one thousand nine. Nine hundred, Ninety eight Barbara streisand got married to the actor James Brolin in Malibu, I mean Okay Barbara streisand. I'm just so unimpressed with her. Like obviously, she's an amazing talent, but she's really them. Bitch like I went to performing arts, high school and the choir. Kids at my school got to audition. Barbra streisand had been doing a show here. In Vegas at the MGM Grand, and for one of her songs she wanted to have a chorus of young people, so they auditioned for my performing arts school. Obviously cast a bunch of them, and they all had to sign these waivers that when they were backstage, they wouldn't look at Barbara talked to barbara any contact with Barbara and it's like shirt. Maybe she needs to get in the zone, but she should have like scheduled a meet and greet or something to where they could have taken a picture with gotten an autograph whatnot, that was just really shitty like these are talented kids who idolized her? And then they were like really turned off by the fact that she was so quick to not engage with them very disheartening anyway in ninety eight, also in ninety eight. You're still the one by Shania. Twain hit number one on the billboard adult, Contemporary Chart yes I love this song, but I can't help but laugh whenever I think of you're still the one now because of stupid Jax Taylor and his idiot wife. Brittany Cartwright who had all the problems, and that relationship could have ended up getting married. Despite all their problems, they choose this as their song, which is Hilarious, was actually seen on vander proper rules this season that was allowed to talk about this cheating scandal between Jacks Britney and faith, but then they. They go ahead and pick this as a wedding song the irony you guys so insane going back twenty years to the year two thousand EMINEM's mother Tim went to court, claiming defamation of character in a ten million dollars civil suit because she didn't like the line quote. My mother smoke more dope than I do from the single. My name is and that's just one of the PA- Jillion Times. EMINEM has had issues with his music. He's threatened to kill people, but that's why a lot of us like him because he says what we're all thinking. That we're going to go out and kill people, but just you know sometimes you think about killing your spouse and well. I can relate to that with EMINEM. Not that I really consider killing my spouse. My spouse is amazing like I. Don't want you guys to think. You don't need to do a wellness check. I'm fucking fine moving on in the year two thousand five. John Garner married Ben Affleck in Turks and Caicos and well, we know that that marriage did not last as long as we hoped and expected because Jennifer. Gardner just seems to me. The most charming woman ever and Ben Affleck couldn't help but fuck it up so now. Jennifer Garner shares a child with. With this man who is unreliable and inconsistent, and while it's what it is, we all feel for you. John Garner and Ben Affleck I was a huge fan. I guess I am a Fan I think he's a good actor and he's so handsome now. I'm not really a fan I'm over it over it. One thing I will never get over is the two thousand six divorce of Jessica Simpson and. From Ninety eight degrees. The stars of MTV's iconic reality show newlyweds divorced after three years of marriage due to irreconcilable differences, and if you're like me and watch newlyweds, you can't really be all that Surprised Jessica. Simpson well I'm not going to go into it I'm going to recommend you. Go back and listen. I'll actually put a Lincoln my instagram bias. They can find faster. I didn't episode breaking down. Newlyweds Nick. Nick and Jessica along with Britney Spears album blackout with fellow podcasts ter- Danny Pellegrino, so Danny Pelegrino, of course, does just Thursdays on Instagram, which brings us all so much joy. He join me on this podcast to talk about Nick and Jessica's marriage, and so much more so if you want more nick and Jessica, go back and look for that episode that I did. It's called newlywed blackouts with Danny Pellegrino. Also moving on to the year two thousand eight. This was freaking crazy. Olivia Newton John of course sandy from grease. Married John. Easterling in Florida which okay, whatever, but this is the marriage where John Olivia Newton. John's husband ended up going missing, and he was missing for years like they looked for him. Forever Eli disappeared off the face of the planet, and then they ended up finding them in some other country, and it looks like like he was just really unhappy, and like ran away and tried to like. act like he was dead and he really wasn't. He just moved away. And can I just say that like those of us who've gotten broken up with like on the phone or via email or seeing a relationship status update change on facebook. All of that really fucking sucks, but I, think Olivia Newton John Wins, like her husband, like faked his death, and moved away and pretended we dead and missing just so he could get away from her like if that's not the worst case to case of ghosting I don't know what. What to tell you like come on in twenty ten sandra bullock I hate. This got divorced from monster garage host Jesse, James because he couldn't keep his dick in his pants. seriously. WHO CHEATS ON SANDRA? Bullock like get over yourself, DUDE! These guys are fucking gross. Oh, speaking of another divorce I don't think this guy is gross. He seems like a pretty good dude, but mountain just not a one four Scarlett. Johansson, in Twenty, eleven Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett. Johansson divorced again due to irreconcilable differences after two years of marriage. Another divorce. We're just Bam Bam Bam also in two thousand eleven. Maria Shriver. The journalist and she is the executive producer of a lot of political content. She divorced. Star well, then, governator. Arnold Schwarzenegger due to irreconcilable differences yet again after twenty five years of marriage, they made it twenty five years and then just couldn't do it anymore. That's Hollywood more bad news. This one is a sad death. If you are a Marlon Brando Fan, I mean the Godfather. Hello, my personal favorite, a streetcar named desire our love that place so much. The movie was amazing. My Gosh well. This was the week in two thousand and four that Marlon Brando past at age eighty so rest in peace to the great actor, another great actor this time in two thousand twelve. Wow, talk about another actor that got canceled and came back and his done amazing for himself, so again does canceled. Culture really exists I'm talking about Alec Baldwin..
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on The Big 98
"A special moment of him with basketball crazy play for eight hours a day I don't have anything for eight hours a day I don't even sleep eight hours a day he's playing tennis right hours today are what else well islands in the stream became the first country song ever simultaneously topped the country pop and adult contemporary charts so it was number one on three different charts at the same time Hey Eddie does Amy say that song weird to you or is it only me no I heard some a little weird about I don't know if it's like islands in the stream or something but it is yes he says it like that Amy said again the name of the song islands in the stream okay yeah islands in the stream I know you say say talk about weird and Saturday Night Live I would say it's called islands in the stream you salad history it's like yeah it's like you're asking of their other islands in the streets they go I'm Ron Burgundy okay okay what else about that well the song was written by the Bee Gees as an R&B song and they actually wrote it for Marvin Gaye however it was recorded and said by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton this version yeah that's true why we plan to be I guess because I said radis red it all right all right I mean that's my file that was Amy style of stories the the little yes when the how does you can't even so we tell me something the owner of a pizza restaurant in Connecticut has found a way to get back to doctors and nurses fighting through the corona virus outbreak he's also encouraging other businesses to find a way to contribute to any has that story coming up with tell me something good something good next on the Bobby bones show Hey it's a neat with cold season comes all those nasty cold symptoms stuffy nose top of the list big sinus nasal spray starts working within seconds and last twelve hours just a couple sprays and your breathing easier nothing works faster big sign X. nasal spray uses directed Hey it's Eddie and even though the fishing season is a little bit different this year than it's been in the past I still have my eyes on this new Johnny Morris carbon light spinning rod and reel over at bass pro shops and Cabela's this thing looks incredible it's super light responsive and strong probably gonna head over to the website right now I treat myself because the best part about fishing is you can do without ever being in a crowd find more bass pro dot com or.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"Covers released in February of Nineteen eighty-one as the first single from her album juice which also contained her hit singles queen of hearts. Well done which was her biggest hit and the sweetest thing I've ever known Other songs you might know juice Newton from our loves been a little bit hard on me and break it's gently Cover of the brindell liaison but it but you are from. His wife is queen of Hearts. And you would know the other songs. Okay I guarantee you I guarantee you would know loves been a little bit hard on me. Really Yeah Okay. Or maybe I don't know I just. I mean batting average Michael. We're not in your world when you're like you know a lot of juice. Newton do not we all know the top fifteen but let me tell you about? I mean there on heavy rotation in my world. That's where we're saying. I guess it's not the same thing. Look if there's one thing you guys know about me I love a woman whose first name is a breakfast food. But outside of that loss McGinty nineteen forties actress Josie. Her Son Cutty Huge Fan Oatmeal Joan. But just say cream of wheat. Vivian Vance yeah yeah coffee and cigarettes all right so the video for angel of the morning was the first country song played on MTV. Okay although it's not really country but she's sort of country artists crossover. The Juice Newton recording was nominated for one thousand nine hundred eighty two grammy for female pop vocal performance. Same categories early Russian along with Kim Kearns for Betty. Davis is Sheena Easton for for your eyes only Olivia Newton John for physical and the winner of the award. Lena Horne for the lady and her music. Okay all right. I don't know that one it's The cast album from her Broadway show. Grammy's are like. Yeah 'cause best. Female Pop. Vocal performance can either be a full album a single or like a song on the album. That's weird it's just the grammy's stuff together. I mean at this point like you know it's only been what forty years forty years to get it together and they have consistently not. So what are you GONNA do? So the juice Newton cover as I said was. The most successful version reached number four on the billboard. Hot One hundred. The week of May Second Nineteen eighty-one after eleven weeks on the chart and it would stay there for four weeks also in the top ten that week were number seven. Bette Davis is kearns number six rapture by blondie number five. Kiss on my list by Daryl Hall and John Oates Number Three being with you by smokey Robinson number two just the two of US GROVER WASHINGTON. Junior with bill withers and number. One was morning train. Nine to five Sheena. Easton not also the person that I often think is juice Newton train. We this chew student or is this now. Someone else just isn't juice Newton but it's also called nine to five which is Dolly Parton Song. Well it was to five in England right. Yeah Yeah CNN Steph. It also went to number two on the country charts number one on the adult contemporary chart number one in Canada number five New Zealand number two in Australia the other I think most famous version. The song is the pretenders.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"One from column one from column a and two from Columbia and then your soda in that in that to your server fries. Yeah only had a draft drink free refills angel of the morning. Not Angel The refills. Thank you so much by the way it is going to be filled with ice. Yeah I mean I already told YOU GUYS. I think it's Bruce. Springsteen is the yeah. Yep Yep the boyfriend there You know I run. Didn't we do the song all I want to do? Is Make love to you. Yes yes okay. This is definitely in that world today. This is like the Bizarro version of that right where that one is. Just like a random person and it's like that's all I want. It's about having a baby. Well that's all left. That was that was the the secret at the end of that because most people think it's assigned windows. Melania which you know at least by that point made sense for women to be saying like I don't want any muscles graduates but the last version of that song reveals that what you really wants is a baby. So she wants. She wants this guy to be with her just so that she can get pregnant. Which is in Saint? I spent a long time Tokyo. That episode that. That's that's really about so this is a bizarro version. Which is like because she just picks that guy up and she's like it's not even about love whatsoever. Rice's about love. She knows the person and so this is. Yeah this is. I don't even remember this. All I WANNA do is make love to you but with a with a mustache. Goatee like like an evil. Spock I remember. That song wasn't didn't his car break down in the rain or her car. Break Down Somebody's car. I thought it was talking about cars. I'm also pretty sure that this song takes place in Harper Valley Scandal Harper Valley scandal. Yeah this is. This is definitely like the kind of thing that when she gets up in front of the classroom. Yeah she's talking about this by the way that morning. I saw you wearing a party dress. You wore the night before. And he'll isn't that right angel actually of the morning. Angel at night and then Angel around noon Kami Kami Angel around lunchtime. I'll be there for lunchtime. I'm also wondering could be the downstairs neighbor from knock three times maybe they finally got together and Tony Orlando is just like this isn't GonNa work. I thought I thought I wanted to knock three times turns out I just WANNA knock one time Michael. I disagree Tony's in for the long term Tony's more about the emotional. He's not a one and done and she says it's called me angel in the morning and he says he won't love you. I love you right. It's Tony Orlando Song never mind. They're such a good song too. Yeah because also what she says. I'm old enough to face the dawn again again. Tony says awkward. But that's a really good name. Maybe like a backup vocal. Is that okay if I take that? No this is not a good time but also bruce. Could you get out of here for a second? I just want to talk to your next. It's fine I'm old enough to face the dawn in like that. You know that. That's two people actually right. Yeah one of them's don't give me a break. All right we got more please. I'm also wondering if this is Jesse's girl no okay okay. Good good disagree discussion. No why do you think it just helped me? Why and I'll tell you why not. So maybe the guys springfield now and now she has to go back to Jesse. No you're wrong here's why okay rick. Springfield was in love with her. Yeah he would not would not. That's the opposite of what is happening. He's longing for her. She's a longing for him. She barely knows exists. Maybe the whole point of this song. And that's what's that song. Ninety percents about guys pining after women right. That's an unusual about this August this the other way around. I wasn't really paying episode because most most song about a woman and man that's what I assume he's most songwriters men and their they you know. They think only their emotions manner that all existing with songs written by men. Yeah it's true like a real short podcast listeners. As a lot literally dozens of people think that you're a real jerk. The only other thing I think is that this encounter might have taken place on an elevator. Could've it could've that's down from but I'll tell you what it is not does not have Paul. What's his name on the list? Paul Nicholas it. He's not involved in it. I don't know I just think nobody has ever been in fact infatuated with Paul Nicholas. This is the only way that we're ever GONNA work having on the seventh floor into an expanded universe so we had to do it. I was hoping you were saying this is until we do love. This was happening real fast. You got three hours to get this done. Look let's just call me. Angel of the of the sporting good section. It's when this really tall skyscrapers where the elevator goes straight up to like the eighth floor elevator right all right anything else. That's it cool. Let's take a quick break. We come back. We'll talk about the history of this would start around the story. I'm Josh than I am. Skinner and we host predictable. Cast on this podcast. We watched the first ten minutes of movies. We know nothing about and then try to predict what happens next. It's like very low stakes gambling. We've covered movies with talking. Dawgs bake legs sexual medical dummies and Santa Claus. New episodes are released every week. And you can find US wherever you get. Podcasts are at predictive cast dot com. We predict. You'RE GONNA love this show all right. We're bag it's time for story behind story. You guys know how the show works. I cannot and if you don't welcome well welcome. We're glad to have you here. Goes from those like all right. Let's say by the history of this song. I'm sure it's interesting Michael. What do you got so angel of the morning? The version that we're talking about is the the first hit version that's merrily rush and the turnabouts was released on. February seventh nineteen sixty eight was earlier. Version hit version or. Yes we'll get into this version. Went to on the hot one hundred went to number seven number thirty two on the adult contemporary charts. The Canada RPM top singles went to number one Canada. It's a big deal. Canadians are more melancholy. It's true it's true. So Angel in the morning was written in nineteen sixty six by chip Taylor What a sixties name. The song he says yeah it sounds like he was in the Mickey Mouse Club. Yep The song he said was inspired by Ruby Tuesday by the rolling stones and he said that it was written in about twenty minutes. Can you just toil over this yield over it? So he says that he was quote playing chords over and over and humming nonsense melodies. When they'll be no strings to bind. My hands came out and I had no idea what it meant. It gave me such a physical chill that I wrote down. It came so fast after that like it divine inspiration. Yeah right yeah there's Got Talented people are the worst. That's the worst. Make the rest of US feeling so anyway. Originally the song was offered to Connie Francis and her team turned it down because they thought it was too risque. Now she's right. They were right. Yeah it was too risque for Connie Francis. I don't know I mean stupid. Cupid was pretty. Oh the stupid. Cupid threw my back out one alive. I haven't slept wrong against stupid. Cupid your real mean guy always so the first recording. This song was by Sans but shortly after it was released record company went bankrupt and the single was promoted so it went nowhere. Yeah a few more recordings happened in the intervening years one was by a singer from the UK named Billy Davis Kiki. Dee Sang backing vocals on Matt. How old was Kiki Young? Yeah well when was breaking my heart. Yeah seventy four. I thought it was later. I thought it was like it doesn't matter was always funny. 'cause we like we think like you know this is what sixty six or whatever it was like seventy four like that feels like it was only like seven years. This is different. Yeah if you look at pictures from nineteen.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Front row seat I when you were writing this song along with the the great man's kennel yep who is on the show over the summer and this band vertical horizon yeah we and we're talking about it and I thought you should spell RO RO ET on the first album and you you refuse to do it damn yes yeah well graduations on this thank you this album limitless is amazing thanks brother we have well I I I I got to hear it right when you're finishing it yeah this summer and it is there are four hits on it absolutely gigantic has and you already have one well I had one we had a pretty good pretty good good run at the first single which was another one down which I wrote with this young punk named Lucas marks who happens to be my mind middle spawn prefers that as opposed to sign yeah yeah and all three of your sons are in the music business yeah right all working writers and producers and performers yeah and there is not one doctor not yes faster there was I think that at one point I I I I think that looks wanna be a dentist but I think that was only because I have like a I would actually probably prefer that yes that's right so there is a this but it's a good it is an amazing song and it's it is a do it top twenties right I've seen top fifteen on the adult contemporary chart yes an old guy like me right next to maroon five in a gallon that's awesome now let me just ask you this question does that did you have a top fifteen or top ten in the eighties yeah in the eighties right in nineteen eighty eight and eighty nine thanks seven eighty eight eighty nine okay right and then I need in the nineteen nineties yeah for for the two thousand U. dead yet and now the twenty tends you did yes and now in the twenty twenties you did that gives you I am I hello you know that's it five decades you have been in the top twenty well five decade that's crazy now how old are you thirty four that's a crazy thing Richard Marx when you stop and you well you know I mean I yeah somebody mentioned that my manager must not to me recently and I I kind of had to do the mental math on it I was like wait a minute but I'm fifty six so how right yeah how did that happen yeah my first charted song was a song I wrote with Kenny Rogers in nineteen eighty three so I was not even twenty nineteen it was called crazy and then there was another one on the same album that I wrote with Kenny Rogers called what about me that was a a trio of Kenny Rogers Kim Carnes and and the late great James Ingram wow so I hope and that went to number one on the adult contemporary chart crazy went to number one on the country charts so I was off to a great start at nineteen as a songwriter and you know I had shed number ones that that either that you wrote and performed or you wrote yeah right in all these decades to get on the twenty twenties yet will get this one and everyone before it's also it's also yeah wow I've got ten years I don't really think about that that's true I've got the pressure's off yeah right I 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"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast
"It went to number nineteen on the hot one hundred and number six on the adult contemporary chart. Oh that's pretty good. It's a it's Sir big song for three dog night. If anybody's wondering pieces of April was also covered in nineteen seventy two by Andy Williams. He did a covers album and called alone again. Naturally Andy Williams second encore and for our friends listening in the UK the title in the UK was called all the first time ever. I saw your face we were talking. About Roberta flack. Before first time ever I saw your faces and other Roberta flack Song Either way both of those album titles things have parentheses in the title. I don't know why I found that interesting. Dave loggins released his second album called this by the way is another album title with breath. Parentheses Sharon apprentice seventies apprentice open parentheses in a musical workshop close parentheses. What a weird title? That's a weird title title. It's a weird title. It's kind of a weird album cover too because it's just a picture of him but it's like it's a picture of him looking like he died in the civil right doesn't it look like Eh civil war fixed a little bit Sepia tone but it's also a little bit like hand. Dan painted right and he wrote a letter. And someone's reading it on a documentary dear mother. We're surrounded by the rebels in Boston. You can tell your paintings on the street Ramblin boy. Why don't you settle down your dearest Abigail Nashville Israel Tennessee? Eight hundred sixty three. Ken Burns get Ken Burns. Fourteen hour documentary about a guy. Trying right he got his girlfriend to come visit him in Boston. Please donate PBS guys. We're at a lot of trouble of Denver's documentaries Please don't documentary on everything else. So apprentice musical workshop was released in Nineteen seventy four. The album went to number fifty three in the US. This number seventy four in Canada. Please come to Boston. was its biggest hit. The Song was nominated for best pop vocal performance male Grammy Award in Nineteen Seventy Four. He lost to Stevie wonder. which if you're going to lose his buddy that's fine? Yeah yeah chart for the album filling this first finale which is is like one of his classic album so oh yeah but man. He said some weird tales. Yeah I think that was right before songs in the key key of life now once good I was now titled. Yeah yeah that's a good album title. Yeah I mean the secret life of plants. That's one of his vitals. That's true so weird so I mean if you're GONNA lose the grammy losing to the classic Stevie wonder album the follow up single to please come to Boston was called someday someday. It reached number fifty seven the US number eighty three in Canada. He recorded three more albums between nineteen seventy-six Nineteen seventy-nine none of them charted but his recording of pieces of April was released in nineteen seventy nine. It went to number twenty two in the US on the country chart and that was pretty much the end of his recording career. He basically had three charting singles. One charting album but nineteen eighty-four. He had a hit single. As a guest artist doing duet with Anne Murray on her song. Nobody loves me like like you do. It went to number one on the Billboard Country Chart Number Ten on the adult contemporary chart and it was number three on the bubbling under chart. It won the nineteen eighty-five a EH vocal duo of the year award and was nominee. It's a great song and was nominated for the best country performance by duo were group with Vocal Grammy Award in Nineteen eighty-four the grammies have the longest titles for their words It lost to Mama. He's crazy by the judds shore. Everybody lost to the judds back then but you might also be familiar with that song if you're not familiar with the N. Murray version. You should be but Whitney Houston Houston covered it in one thousand nine hundred five as to with Jermaine Jackson on her first album And that version is amazing as well. It's a really good song and in Nineteen eighty-five he did a duet with Gus. Hardin call just as long as I have you. And it reached number seventy two on the country charts so that's pretty much it for his recording career but when that kind of slow down he focused on his songwriting and he's been massively successful. That's great his writing and I'm happy for him selling your. Let's see like you know a friend tell you about like they're they're selling your like all. That's Oh he's doing Allah always do that. He would then he would make it as a song. Whatever happened with that girl in Tennessee broke? Okay Oh she was fictional. Sorry oh up. Bless he invented our end. They broke up. Wow that is in Surat established different ways. That's incredibly sad. His writing credits include two. Grammy nominated songs forty hour week for a living by Alabama which went to number one on the country charts. And she is his only need by Winona Judd Judd. which went to number one on the country charts and number twenty five on the adult contemporary charts had beat them join them? That's crazy right. He started off in Nashville Smell. Did they eat. It was tough times because they don't like the music and he came all the way back around the country music. Yeah wow he also wrote hit hit singles for the nitty gritty dirt band. The Oak Ridge Boys Reba mcentire. Kenny Rogers Juice Newton Tanya Tucker among others. I know Kenny loggins no one. I think it's a total missed opportunity that they never did it too. Wet loggins by loggins being blinders. loggins covers loggins against Kenny. call us so dave. loggins is a four time grammy nominee to performer to as a writer And in one thousand nine hundred five he was inducted into the Nashville songwriters hall of fame. Crazy he started off those tough years in Nashville Bill and then he came back and is in the national songwriters hall of fame. Your son seems to be doing fine. I'm so glad for him. I'm so why earned out and how's your daughter. Doing she's fictional. Dave made her up. Oh Okay also I'm also not here. Oh my God. I'm just in an empty room. Oh my Lord in a room filled the machines Joan Joan Joan who. You're talking to in the supply. Mike Closet on the fictional fred. My son made up for me. He's very talented. Ruining the Christmas party. Joan Oh gosh. I'm so glad I gotcha that CD eh done all right. So thank you Michael. That story on the story you know thank thank you. Are we take a quick break when we come back about the lesson we learned from this on with lessons learned.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on Z104
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"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Darn it probably Donald Trump himself. Let's be honest, ninety one issue of people magazine. And she said she didn't ask him out. She said, listen, I did this, I thought she campaign Steven Meisel at his house, in Palm Beach. And, and he just kept going, you know is everything. Okay. If you find yourself, comfortable, I mean, she was at Trump's house. Yeah. Are the beds. Come is everything good. Are you happy? And she said, you know, he just was an he did ask her out, but he also was married. And she was like, no, I'm not going out with you. What else did she say? She kind of really. She did not like moving to Portugal and becoming a soccer mom, but she did it for her kid because David believe is almost professional levers level soccer player at this point. So, but she doesn't like it. She doesn't like being a soccer mom, and she felt very lonely, and she sort of way in that sort of where this album came out. And then I kept member, we kept going Cadman Amax. What the hell is with this Madam x what's the character patch? It's, it's basically John singer Sargent did a painting though, you socialite, you know, the story, Madame x the painting that you're talking about as that is where Madonna's inspiration, apparently. Is from this. So the story is he does this painting. It's displayed at the Paris salon in eighteen eighty four of this socialite gambles, and her shoulders are bare, she's turned to the side on in profile, she's wearing this black deep cut dress today, showing beautiful, the picture looks contemporary, Madame x. Yes, it really does. And she was an American ex Pat, Pat, who married a French banker and she became notorious imprisioned, high society for her beauty and rumored infidelities. She wore lavender powder, was very prideful over appearance, and she was always described as a professional beauty. Oh, so it was a very scandalous. So Madonna taking inspiration this painting and then creating a character kind of based. Now, the pay is getting radio airplay. She is. However, and hopefully she's okay with this. She has Siegfried over to the adult contemporary chart for quite some time, her stuff is doing okay on the adult contemporary people. Okay, we're stars. I'm seeing four stars reviews for Madame x across the board. Some people are calling it, her most bizarre album ever. That's the guardian and that it's all over the place. It's bold.
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"So it's like hell a sad making fun of it. I mean, we're still gonna. Not going to touch cancer thing. But I'll we'll talk. A rash? The cancer thing. I'm not gonna touch the cancer thing. If you touch the cancer hours Texier, hey, how you touched a Kansas. This is a really weird use of Saturday. Two thousand one I have a bunch of notes about this. So it hits. Oh, great question. Gotta be September. I believe it was February. I think this was the single that led the album drops of Jupiter. I believe came out in March. But don't actually care this song hit the top five of the billboard hot. One hundred didn't hit one known. I believe it actually stayed at five which is a specially curious because then billboard ranked it as number four on their two thousand one of top singles even chart that. Well, because I feel like 'cause the it's based on like how much it sells. Right board was going like, oh, it's better than at least one of the other. I write these words down. I don't know what shoes. If you came here for information, try another podcast. Shave ever. Copy paste. Thank you change. Two words. I love Soroush it send it to the top ten of the adult contemporary chart get this in its forty ninth week. Wow. Making it the longest climb to the top ten tally by any act. That's impressive. Now, the song has spent over a hundred weeks on the adult contemporary charts. Is still charting on the recurrence chart wait to this day? I believe so the article makes it sound that that is the case. Listen to radio Disney growing up. Oh, yeah. Things allowed to listen to growing, and they would play that song a lot. Really? Oh, yeah. Repeat that's on. Obviously all their Disney stars. But that song specifically would come on radio. Disney ton damn I also there's gotta be a huge market. If just for talent shows. Yes. Because one of my first countries of this long was a girl I had recently moved to my tiny high school and didn't realize yet that no one thought talent shows were cool and everyone just went to laugh at them. Oh, no. I know. Well, we none of us wanted to do them. So it was like the teacher. Come on anybody. Anybody that's upsetting? No. We were like pretty close minded. She didn't know. Yes. She went up and did entire interpretive dance piece by herself across the entire gymnasium really made use of the space to this song. Yeah. It was it really was an interesting feeling. So I was like I love what you're doing. But I'm also too scared to clap for you because I don't want to be made fun of to a moment in an ABC family. Like, yes, this song feels like the end of a movie about a band, and like this is their big song. They Morgan on the entire movie about a boy in school of rock at the same time. The pan has been like making like very, poppy stuff. And then like one guys like why don't we just recently from the heart? And then they make. Keep playing that. And that bad chicken rain. Okay. We'll get there. So a lot tastes. Okay. One Grammy for best rock song. No way. It sure did against thousand one. It'd be with this. Okay. I'll tell you the crazy ones. I yellow by Coldplay. Okay. I feel that aided by Aerosmith. Tell you. Yeah. J doesn't matter and to to you too. So. That's insane. To me. That's insane..
"adult contemporary charts" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast
"He was only sixty six years old sources say Igam have been dealing with the condition for quite some time the deaths the excuse me, the death was disclosed the social media polls from his good friend, Debbie Allen who posted I have lost my dearest friend. Wow. James Grammy for his duet with Michael McDonald for YoM mobile. They're great song. He also won one for one hundred ways African about that. So additionally, he was nominated for twelve Grammys. Yeah. In the eighties also recorded several toppers, including his duet with petty Austin, baby come to me, create some as well as someone out there with Linda Ronstadt, I didn't know about that one and Ingram and Quincy Jones worth closer together. Over the years. Recording and writing hits he co-wrote Michael Jackson smash hit PYTI. See I didn't know that. All right right on. Okay. It's also notes. It's also it's also been noted that during a recent Quincy tribute concert LA, this passive timber James was notably. Absent when paddy perform their hit song baby come to me. She soldiered on without him. Doing her best impression of her. Dear friend, singing his parts. He's an Ohio native Ingram I received attention in the late seventies is part of the ban. Revelation funk and served as pianist for the legendary Ray Charles what he played piano for HR. I love my job folks, the people the planet earth. I'm learning stuff as I'm reading this stuff to you. So this is really cool. I been a fan of his I didn't know his roots like this. This is really cool. But it was nineteen nineteen eighty demo tape on which he's saying that became it's unexpected career boost he cut demo of just once a berry McMahon, excuse me, a Berryman slash Cynthia wheel composition that was being delivered Quincy Jones for possible inclusion on Jones landmark the dude album on he killed it on that song to Jones not only like the song. He liked the singer on the tape and invite Ingram to provide the vocals to both just once and one hundred ways on the dude, of course, do became its national smash and both Adam cuts rocketed up the pop soul duck and adult contemporary charts. Ultimately landing Ingram performance.