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Blondie Biography And Top 10 Songs⤴

from @ A day in the life of a Duffy

There were two chief grounds Iodine started listening to Blondie and they were: first I thought Debbie Harry was amazingly beautiful and 2nd the style of music they made. At the clip Iodine got into Blondie I was listening to a batch of hood and new moving ridge material like The Sexual Activity Pistols, The Clash, Fake 69, The Exploited, Ramones, Ian Dury, The Stranglers, etc... and it also helped me to annoy my parents. I actually used to wish putting postings on my wall when I was a child at school and one of my postings was a full size posting of Debbie Harry.

Blondie are an American punk/new moving ridge cross and were formed in 1975 and consisted originally of Chris Stein, Debbie Harry, Jimmy Destri, Clem Edmund Burke and Gary Valentino. They were originally named "Angel And The Snake" but changed their name to Blondie in 1975 because Debbie Harry was repeatedly referred to as Blondie.

The ego titled Blondie introduction record album was released in 1976 and then re-released somes twelvemonth later when they signed to a new record company. The set first received commercial success through an Australian television show cock-up, the show was supposed to play the picture to Ten Wrongdoer but actually played the picture to In The Flesh. This event saw the record album range #5 in the chart. In 1977 Gary Valentine had left and the record record album Plastic Letters was released and saw Blondie accomplish success in the United Kingdom when the album went in to the top ten.

The hole that was made when Gary left the set was filled in 1978 by the inclusion of Frank Infante and then a new member (Nigel Harrison) was also added and Blondie embarked on a monolithic United Kingdom circuit which included a gig at The Roadhouse where The Boomtown Rats Opened. This circuit made Blondie one of the first American New Wave sets to achieve success in the UK.

Blondie started to see even more than success after the release of their 3rd record album Parallel Lines in 1978 which contained the song Heart Of Glass which was their first United States #1 hit and actually went on to sell over 1 million copies. Blondie seemed to be more than popular in the United Kingdom and this was somewhat owed to the singles Lord'S Day Girl (which went to #1) and also One Manner Or Another. Their 4th record record album Eat To The Beat also had many singles which were popular in the United Kingdom (Dreaming, Atomic and Union City blues).

1980 proverb Blondie rise again in the United States chart with the Release of the album Autoamerican which contained the hit singles The Tide Is High, Ecstasy and Call Me (which was recorded for the film American Gigolo). Ecstasy is the lone Blondie single to acquire a higher chart place in the United States (#1) than the United Kingdom (#5) and was radical because of the combination of rap/hip-hop with their usual sound.

The Hunter was released in 1982 and didn't make as well as some of their former record record albums and both Debbie Harry and Jimmy Destri had both released solo albums in 1981. After the diminution in popularity of the set and the rise mass media attending of Debbie she decided to go forth and Blondie broke up in August 1982. In 1997 they reformed and in 1999 the release of No Exit proverb them go back to the top of the charts once again and the single Mare reached #1 in the United Kingdom exactly 20 old age after their first which was Heart Of Glass.

Blondie released the record album The Curse of Blondie in 2003 and March 2006 saw Blondie inducted into the Rock And Axial Rotation Hallway Of Fame and also onto the Rock Walk Of Fame at Guitar Center on Sunset Avenue in Hollywood.

My Top 10 Blondie Songs are:

01. Island of Lost Souls

02. Dreaming

03. One Manner or Another

04. Ten Offender

05. Kung Fu Girls

06. (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence Dear

07. Union City Blue

08. For Your Eyes Only

09. Maria

10. Good Boys

Blondie Biography And Top 10 Songs⤴

from @ A day in the life of a Duffy

There were two chief grounds Iodine started listening to Blondie and they were: first I thought Debbie Harry was amazingly beautiful and 2nd the style of music they made. At the clip Iodine got into Blondie I was listening to a batch of hood and new moving ridge material like The Sexual Activity Pistols, The Clash, Fake 69, The Exploited, Ramones, Ian Dury, The Stranglers, etc... and it also helped me to annoy my parents. I actually used to wish putting postings on my wall when I was a child at school and one of my postings was a full size posting of Debbie Harry.

Blondie are an American punk/new moving ridge cross and were formed in 1975 and consisted originally of Chris Stein, Debbie Harry, Jimmy Destri, Clem Edmund Burke and Gary Valentino. They were originally named "Angel And The Snake" but changed their name to Blondie in 1975 because Debbie Harry was repeatedly referred to as Blondie.

The ego titled Blondie introduction record album was released in 1976 and then re-released somes twelvemonth later when they signed to a new record company. The set first received commercial success through an Australian television show cock-up, the show was supposed to play the picture to Ten Wrongdoer but actually played the picture to In The Flesh. This event saw the record album range #5 in the chart. In 1977 Gary Valentine had left and the record record album Plastic Letters was released and saw Blondie accomplish success in the United Kingdom when the album went in to the top ten.

The hole that was made when Gary left the set was filled in 1978 by the inclusion of Frank Infante and then a new member (Nigel Harrison) was also added and Blondie embarked on a monolithic United Kingdom circuit which included a gig at The Roadhouse where The Boomtown Rats Opened. This circuit made Blondie one of the first American New Wave sets to achieve success in the UK.

Blondie started to see even more than success after the release of their 3rd record album Parallel Lines in 1978 which contained the song Heart Of Glass which was their first United States #1 hit and actually went on to sell over 1 million copies. Blondie seemed to be more than popular in the United Kingdom and this was somewhat owed to the singles Lord'S Day Girl (which went to #1) and also One Manner Or Another. Their 4th record record album Eat To The Beat also had many singles which were popular in the United Kingdom (Dreaming, Atomic and Union City blues).

1980 proverb Blondie rise again in the United States chart with the Release of the album Autoamerican which contained the hit singles The Tide Is High, Ecstasy and Call Me (which was recorded for the film American Gigolo). Ecstasy is the lone Blondie single to acquire a higher chart place in the United States (#1) than the United Kingdom (#5) and was radical because of the combination of rap/hip-hop with their usual sound.

The Hunter was released in 1982 and didn't make as well as some of their former record record albums and both Debbie Harry and Jimmy Destri had both released solo albums in 1981. After the diminution in popularity of the set and the rise mass media attending of Debbie she decided to go forth and Blondie broke up in August 1982. In 1997 they reformed and in 1999 the release of No Exit proverb them go back to the top of the charts once again and the single Mare reached #1 in the United Kingdom exactly 20 old age after their first which was Heart Of Glass.

Blondie released the record album The Curse of Blondie in 2003 and March 2006 saw Blondie inducted into the Rock And Axial Rotation Hallway Of Fame and also onto the Rock Walk Of Fame at Guitar Center on Sunset Avenue in Hollywood.

My Top 10 Blondie Songs are:

01. Island of Lost Souls

02. Dreaming

03. One Manner or Another

04. Ten Offender

05. Kung Fu Girls

06. (I'm Always Touched By Your) Presence Dear

07. Union City Blue

08. For Your Eyes Only

09. Maria

10. Good Boys

Review of the Jay-Z CD Reasonable Doubt⤴

from @ A day in the life of a Duffy

Reasonable Doubt is the up-to-the-minute release from Rock Superstar Jay-Z, and I can only believe of one word to depict it… AWESOME!

It's a rare twenty-four hours indeed that I acquire a cadmium from an creative person that I can truthfully state makes not have got a bad path in the bunch. I'm more than happy to denote that's exactly what I must state about this one. There simply is NOT a bad 1 in the bunch. No fillers here at all, with each song standing tall on it's own.

Rock music fans will acknowledge some of the well known subscribers on the undertaking including Big Jaz and Mecca plus a few other luminaries as well.

This is a first charge per unit CD, delivering a small something for everyone. I give it two pollexes up. It's quite simply great listening. A must purchase for the Rock fan.

While the full cadmium is really very good some of my favourites are path 2 - Politics As Usual, path 10 - Friend Or Foe, and path 15 - Can I Dwell II

My Bonus Pick, and the 1 that got Sensitive [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is path 1 - Can't Knock The Hustle. This is a great track!

Reasonable Doubt Release Notes:

Jay-Z originally released Reasonable Doubt on January 26, 1999 on the Roc_A-Fella Catalog label.

CD Path List Follows:

1. Can't Knock The Bunco 2. Politics As Usual 3. Brooklyn's Finest - (featuring The Ill-Famed B.I.G.) 4. Dead Presidents two 5. Feelin' It - (featuring Mecca) 6. D'Evils 7. 22 Two's 8. Can I Dwell 9. Ain't No Nigga - (featuring Foxy Brown) 10. Friend Or Enemy 11. Coming Of Age - (featuring Memphis Bleek) 12. Cashmere Thoughts 13. Bring It On - (featuring Big Jaz/Sauce Money) 14. Declination 15. Can I Dwell two - (bonus track, featuring Memphis Bleek)

Personnel includes: Jay-Z, The Ill-Famed B.I.G., Foxy Brown, Memphis Bleek, Big Jaz, Sauce Money (rap vocals); Virgin Mary J. Blige, Mecca (vocals). Producers include: Knowbody, Ski, William Clark Kent, disk jockey Premier, disk jockey Irv . Engineers include: Kenny Ortiz, Joe Quinde, Eddie S.

Review of the Jay-Z CD Reasonable Doubt⤴

from @ A day in the life of a Duffy

Reasonable Doubt is the up-to-the-minute release from Rock Superstar Jay-Z, and I can only believe of one word to depict it… AWESOME!

It's a rare twenty-four hours indeed that I acquire a cadmium from an creative person that I can truthfully state makes not have got a bad path in the bunch. I'm more than happy to denote that's exactly what I must state about this one. There simply is NOT a bad 1 in the bunch. No fillers here at all, with each song standing tall on it's own.

Rock music fans will acknowledge some of the well known subscribers on the undertaking including Big Jaz and Mecca plus a few other luminaries as well.

This is a first charge per unit CD, delivering a small something for everyone. I give it two pollexes up. It's quite simply great listening. A must purchase for the Rock fan.

While the full cadmium is really very good some of my favourites are path 2 - Politics As Usual, path 10 - Friend Or Foe, and path 15 - Can I Dwell II

My Bonus Pick, and the 1 that got Sensitive [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is path 1 - Can't Knock The Hustle. This is a great track!

Reasonable Doubt Release Notes:

Jay-Z originally released Reasonable Doubt on January 26, 1999 on the Roc_A-Fella Catalog label.

CD Path List Follows:

1. Can't Knock The Bunco 2. Politics As Usual 3. Brooklyn's Finest - (featuring The Ill-Famed B.I.G.) 4. Dead Presidents two 5. Feelin' It - (featuring Mecca) 6. D'Evils 7. 22 Two's 8. Can I Dwell 9. Ain't No Nigga - (featuring Foxy Brown) 10. Friend Or Enemy 11. Coming Of Age - (featuring Memphis Bleek) 12. Cashmere Thoughts 13. Bring It On - (featuring Big Jaz/Sauce Money) 14. Declination 15. Can I Dwell two - (bonus track, featuring Memphis Bleek)

Personnel includes: Jay-Z, The Ill-Famed B.I.G., Foxy Brown, Memphis Bleek, Big Jaz, Sauce Money (rap vocals); Virgin Mary J. Blige, Mecca (vocals). Producers include: Knowbody, Ski, William Clark Kent, disk jockey Premier, disk jockey Irv . Engineers include: Kenny Ortiz, Joe Quinde, Eddie S.

Review of the Dave Matthews Band CD Listener Supported⤴

from @ A day in the life of a Duffy

One word depicts the cadmium Hearer Supported from Dave Matthews Band... AWESOME!

The cadmium boots off with a great track, Intro, that I surmise will be heard on radiocommunication stations everywhere, and deservedly so. It really is a very nice track.

Listener Supported is a pleasantly varied, premix of 20 paths that are very well written and brilliantly performed songs by these clearly talented musicians. With many of the songs displaying a batch of the sort emotion that brands for a really great listen. Seemingly drawing from what I can only conceive of are their ain existent life experiences. At different points touching on the most existent emotions of love, and the hurting of failing human relationships can certainly be heard.

Overall Hearer Supported is an outstanding release. What I name must have got music. I give it two pollexes up and is most definitely a worthy improver to any Rock collection. Truly an outstanding Rock CD. One of those that is completely invalidate of any wasted time, arsenic each path is simply superb.

While the full cadmium is really very good the truly standout melodies are Phonograph Record 1 - Path 2 - Pantala Naga Pampa, Phonograph Record 1 - Path 7 - Clang Into Me, and Phonograph Record 2 - Path 10 - All Along The Watchtower.

My Bonus Pick, and the 1 that got Sensitive [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is Phonograph Record 2 - Path 7 - Long Black Veil. It's a great track!

Listener Supported Release Notes:

Dave Matthews Set originally released Hearer Supported on November 23, 1999 on the RCA Records label.

CD Path List Follows:

DISC 1: 1. Presentation 2. Pantala Naga Pampa 3. Rapunzel 4. Rhyme & Reason 5. Stone, The 6. #41 7. Clang Into Me 8. Jimi Thing 9. #36 10. Warehouse

DISC 2: 1. Too Much 2. True Reflections 3. Two Measure 4. Grandma 5. Stay (Wasting Time) 6. #40 7. Long Black Head Covering 8. Don't Drink The Water 9. Presentation To... 10. All Along The Watchtower

Dave Matthews Band: Dave Matthews, Boyd Tinsley, Stefan Lessard, Leroi Moore, Howard Carter Beauford. Additional personnel: Butch Deems Taylor (keyboards); Tawatha Agee, Chinah Bess, Brenda White-King (background vocals). Recorded at Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey on September 11, 1999.

Review of the Dave Matthews Band CD Listener Supported⤴

from @ A day in the life of a Duffy

One word depicts the cadmium Hearer Supported from Dave Matthews Band... AWESOME!

The cadmium boots off with a great track, Intro, that I surmise will be heard on radiocommunication stations everywhere, and deservedly so. It really is a very nice track.

Listener Supported is a pleasantly varied, premix of 20 paths that are very well written and brilliantly performed songs by these clearly talented musicians. With many of the songs displaying a batch of the sort emotion that brands for a really great listen. Seemingly drawing from what I can only conceive of are their ain existent life experiences. At different points touching on the most existent emotions of love, and the hurting of failing human relationships can certainly be heard.

Overall Hearer Supported is an outstanding release. What I name must have got music. I give it two pollexes up and is most definitely a worthy improver to any Rock collection. Truly an outstanding Rock CD. One of those that is completely invalidate of any wasted time, arsenic each path is simply superb.

While the full cadmium is really very good the truly standout melodies are Phonograph Record 1 - Path 2 - Pantala Naga Pampa, Phonograph Record 1 - Path 7 - Clang Into Me, and Phonograph Record 2 - Path 10 - All Along The Watchtower.

My Bonus Pick, and the 1 that got Sensitive [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is Phonograph Record 2 - Path 7 - Long Black Veil. It's a great track!

Listener Supported Release Notes:

Dave Matthews Set originally released Hearer Supported on November 23, 1999 on the RCA Records label.

CD Path List Follows:

DISC 1: 1. Presentation 2. Pantala Naga Pampa 3. Rapunzel 4. Rhyme & Reason 5. Stone, The 6. #41 7. Clang Into Me 8. Jimi Thing 9. #36 10. Warehouse

DISC 2: 1. Too Much 2. True Reflections 3. Two Measure 4. Grandma 5. Stay (Wasting Time) 6. #40 7. Long Black Head Covering 8. Don't Drink The Water 9. Presentation To... 10. All Along The Watchtower

Dave Matthews Band: Dave Matthews, Boyd Tinsley, Stefan Lessard, Leroi Moore, Howard Carter Beauford. Additional personnel: Butch Deems Taylor (keyboards); Tawatha Agee, Chinah Bess, Brenda White-King (background vocals). Recorded at Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey on September 11, 1999.

Review of the Hank Mobley CD Hi Voltage⤴

from @ A day in the life of a Duffy

The exceptionally talented Wind creative person Hank Mobley have released him cadmium entitled Hello Voltage. I am very confident and happy to denote that I believe Hank Mobley fans, and Wind fans alike will be pleased with this one. With the release of Hello Voltage Hank Mobley's artistic excellence is on full show as Mobley have once again delivered a superb aggregation of paths that could very well be him best work to date.

The cadmium boots off with an outstanding track, High Voltage, that I surmise will be heard on radiocommunication stations everywhere, and deservedly so. It really is a very nice track.

Hi Voltage is a nicely varied, premix of 6 paths that are very well written songs by this clearly talented artist. With many of the songs displaying a batch of the sort emotion that brands for a really great listen. Clearly drawing from what I can only conceive of are him have personal experiences. At different points touching on the most existent emotions like love, heartbreak, pain, failed human relationships and unachievable romance. They're all here.

Overall Hello Voltage is first-class from beginning to end. One of those CDs that after a few listens the songs are just etched into your memory. A must have got for the Wind fan. Really dramatic from beginning to end.

While this full record album is really very good some of my favourites are path 2 - Two And One, path 3 - No More Goodbyes, and path 6 - Flirty Gerty

My Bonus Pick, and the 1 that got Sensitive [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is path 1 - High Voltage. Great track!

Hi Voltage Release Notes:

Hank Mobley originally released Hello Voltage on February 15, 2005 on the Blue Note Records label.

CD Path List Follows:

1. High Voltage 2. Two And One 3. No More Goodbyes 4. Progress Notice 5. Bossa Delaware Luxe 6. Flirty Gerty

Personnel: Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone); Jackie McLean (alto saxophone); Blue R. J. Mitchell (trumpet); Toilet Hicks (piano); British Shilling Cranshaw (double bass); Truncheon Higgins (drums). Liner Note Authors: Elmore Leonard Feather; British Shilling Blumenthal. Recording information: Avant Garde Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey (10/9/1967).

Review of the Hank Mobley CD Hi Voltage⤴

from @ A day in the life of a Duffy

The exceptionally talented Wind creative person Hank Mobley have released him cadmium entitled Hello Voltage. I am very confident and happy to denote that I believe Hank Mobley fans, and Wind fans alike will be pleased with this one. With the release of Hello Voltage Hank Mobley's artistic excellence is on full show as Mobley have once again delivered a superb aggregation of paths that could very well be him best work to date.

The cadmium boots off with an outstanding track, High Voltage, that I surmise will be heard on radiocommunication stations everywhere, and deservedly so. It really is a very nice track.

Hi Voltage is a nicely varied, premix of 6 paths that are very well written songs by this clearly talented artist. With many of the songs displaying a batch of the sort emotion that brands for a really great listen. Clearly drawing from what I can only conceive of are him have personal experiences. At different points touching on the most existent emotions like love, heartbreak, pain, failed human relationships and unachievable romance. They're all here.

Overall Hello Voltage is first-class from beginning to end. One of those CDs that after a few listens the songs are just etched into your memory. A must have got for the Wind fan. Really dramatic from beginning to end.

While this full record album is really very good some of my favourites are path 2 - Two And One, path 3 - No More Goodbyes, and path 6 - Flirty Gerty

My Bonus Pick, and the 1 that got Sensitive [...as in "Stuck On REpeat"] is path 1 - High Voltage. Great track!

Hi Voltage Release Notes:

Hank Mobley originally released Hello Voltage on February 15, 2005 on the Blue Note Records label.

CD Path List Follows:

1. High Voltage 2. Two And One 3. No More Goodbyes 4. Progress Notice 5. Bossa Delaware Luxe 6. Flirty Gerty

Personnel: Hank Mobley (tenor saxophone); Jackie McLean (alto saxophone); Blue R. J. Mitchell (trumpet); Toilet Hicks (piano); British Shilling Cranshaw (double bass); Truncheon Higgins (drums). Liner Note Authors: Elmore Leonard Feather; British Shilling Blumenthal. Recording information: Avant Garde Gelder Studios, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey (10/9/1967).