Featuring music from 2000 – 2009.
Featuring music from 2000 – 2009.
Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from Rick Astley, Ricky Martin, Clay Aiken, Britney Spears, Norah Jones, Elton John, Staind, B-52s, and more . . . 2pm to 4pm ET
Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from Fantasia, Disturbed, Cher, Elton John, Santana, Bo Bice, Michael Jackson, Black Eyed Peas and more . . .
Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from Daniel Bedingfield, Christina Aguilera, Bee Gees, Kid Rock, George Strait, Dian Diaz, Baha Men, Bo Bice, Celine Dion, Sugarland, P!nk, and more . .
Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from John Mellencamp, Ben’s Brother, Elton John, Shania Twain, AC/DC, Goo Goo Dolls, Martina McBride, Doobie Brothers, Poison, Jack Ingram, and more . . .
The singles of Eric Clapton consists of 24 early career singles that Clapton recorded with various bands and artists including The Yardbirds, John Mayall & the Blues Breakers, Cream, John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band as well as Derek and the Dominos. As a solo artist, Clapton released 91 singles and various promotional formats from 1970 to date. His commercially most successful singles are “Lay Down Sally”, “Wonderful Tonight”, “Change the World”, “Tears in Heaven” and the cover of Bob Marley’s “I Shot the Sheriff”, released in 1974, that actually outplayed the original release, becoming a Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit.
|1||I Shot the Sheriff|
|2||Tears in Heaven|
|3||Change the World|
|5||It’s Probably Me (with Sting)|
|7||Runaway Train (with Elton John)|
|8||My Father’s Eyes|
|9||Lay Down Sally|
|15||Tearing Us Apart|
|16||I’ve Got a Rock ‘n’ Roll Heart|
|17||I Can’t Stand It|
|19||Tulsa Time (Live)|
|20||It’s in the Way That You Use It|
|21||Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door|
|22||Blue Eyes Blue|
|23||Swing Low, Sweet Chariot|
|24||Willie and the Hand Jive|
|25||Hello Old Friend|
|26||Run So Far|
|28||Riding with the King|
|30||Born in Time|
Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from AC/DC, Rob Thomas, Clay Aiken, Def Leppard, Five For Fighting, Elton John, Eminem, Korn, John Fogerty, Green Day, Brad Paisley and more . . .
This week music from Foo Fighters, Noel Gallagher, David Bowie, Aerosmith, Grace Slick, Bryan Adams, Staind, Tool, Doors, Alice Cooper, Dirty Honey, Boston and more . .
Featuring music from 2000 – 2009
Crush is the sixth studio album by English electronic band Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD), released on June 17, 1985 by Virgin Records. It was the first of two OMD albums produced by American record producer Stephen Hague.
Aimed primarily at the US market, where the album sold well, Crush is notable for moving the band’s sound in a far more commercial direction, although elements of earlier experimentation are still present. Three singles were taken from the album; “So in Love” (co-written with Hague) became the band’s first hit single in the US. A long-form video, Crush – The Movie was also released, showing the band talking about their career and performing the songs from the album.
- “So in Love” 3:29
- “Secret” 3:56
- “Bloc Bloc Bloc” 3:28
- “Women III” 4:26
- “Crush” 4:27
- “88 Seconds in Greensboro” 4:15
- “The Native Daughters of the Golden West” 3:58
- “La Femme Accident” 2:50
- “Hold You” 4:00
- “The Lights Are Going Out” 3:57
Paul Humphreys – vocals; electronic keyboards; piano
Andy McCluskey – vocals; guitar; bass guitar; electronic keyboards
Malcolm Holmes – drums; electronic and acoustic percussion
Martin Cooper – vocals; saxophone; electronic keyboards
Stephen Hague – electronic keyboards; guitar
Graham Weir – trombone; electric guitar
Neil Weir – trumpet
Maureen Humphreys – additional vocals