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Gai Terrell/Redferns
1 year 6 months ago
Jazz giant Jimmy Cobb pioneered a 70-year career and a lasting legacy, including driving a tantalizing beat on 1959's 'Kind of Blue' album, largely considered one of jazz's greatest.
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1 year 5 months ago
The acclaimed songwriter looks back at working with Maurice White for over 40 years.
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1 year 4 months ago
Lacking a bass line, "When Doves Cry" proved Prince's prowess when the unconventional tune became the longest-running No. 1 that year. What's your favorite Prince song?
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1 year 5 months ago
The No. 1 song in America this week in '86. Who else needs this ballad's dose of self-love and self-care today?
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Janet Jackson
1 year 6 months ago
Janet Jackson would cement her status as queen of the bedroom and rule 1993 with this No. 1 hit.
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1 year 6 months ago
On this day in '82, the two megastars unveiled one megahit message of harmony with this No. 1 song. Here are five facts you should know about this iconic duet!
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1 year 6 months ago
Are you somewhere feeling lonely? Hello, here's the Lionel Richie throwback tune you've been looking for.
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1 year 4 months ago
On July 30, David Sanborn turns 75-years-old while 2020 additionally marks the 45th anniversary of his debut LP as a leader. ANYTHING YOU WANT: THE WARNER-REPRISE-ELEKTRA YEARS (1975-1999) salutes Sanborn by taking a deep dive into the 17 albums he recorded as a solo artist within the highly impressionable 25-year period he was earning a reputation for world alto saxophone dominance. From Taking Off (Warner – 1975) to Close-Up (Reprise – 1988) through Inside (Elektra – 1999).
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