This installment of Across The Tracks feature tune with “ONE” in the title. We’ll feature music from Joe Walsh, War, Cher, Nelson, Stevie Nicks, Monroe, Santana, Ed Sheeran, Black Keys, Midnight Oil, Shirelles and much more across the tracks and genres.
This installment of Across The Tracks feature tune with “ONE” in the title. We’ll feature music from James Taylor, Laura Branigan, Queen, Ronnie Dyson, Deep Purple, Tommy Cash, Murray Head, Wallflowers, Jethro Tull and much more across the tracks and genres.
This installment of Across The Tracks feature tune with “ONE” in the title. We’ll feature music from Keb’ Mo’, Jackson 5, Mary J Blige & U2, Creed, Christine McVie, Joe Simon, Britney Spears, Queen and much more across the tracks and genres.
This installment of Across The Tracks feature tune with “ONE” in the title. We’ll feature music from Gram Parsons, P!nk, Five Stairsteps, Brian McKnight, Little Richard, Shirelles, Tracy Byrd, Poison and much more across the tracks and genres.
The Shirelles were an African American girl group that achieved popularity in the early 1960s. They consisted of schoolmates Shirley Owens (later Shirley Alston-Reeves), Doris Coley (later Doris Kenner-Jackson), Addie “Micki” Harris (later Addie Harris McPherson), and Beverly Lee. They have been described as either the first African-American girl group to top the Billboard Hot 100, or the first girl group overall, with the song “Will You Love Me Tomorrow“.
Founded in 1957 for a talent show at their high school, they were signed by Florence Greenberg of Tiara Records. Their first single, “I Met Him on a Sunday”, was released by Tiara and licensed by Decca Records in 1958. After a brief and unsuccessful period with Decca, they went with Greenberg to her newly formed company, Scepter Records. Working with Luther Dixon, the group rose to fame with “Tonight’s the Night”. After a successful period of collaboration with Dixon and promotion by Scepter, with seven top 20 hits, The Shirelles left Scepter in 1966. Afterwards, they were unable to maintain their previous popularity.
The Shirelles have been described as having a “naive schoolgirl sound” that contrasted with the sexual themes of many of their songs. Several of their hits used strings and baião-style music. They have been credited with launching the girl group genre, with much of their music reflecting the genre’s essence. Their acceptance by both white and black audiences, predating that of the Motown acts, has been noted as reflecting the early success of the African-American Civil Rights Movement. They have received numerous honors, including the Pioneer Award from the Rhythm and Blues Foundation, as well as being accepted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996, and named one of the 100 best acts of all time by Rolling Stone in 2004. Two of their songs, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow” and “Tonight’s the Night”, were selected by Rolling Stone on its list of the greatest songs of all time. (Source: wikipedia)
|1||Will You Love Me Tomorrow|
|3||Foolish Little Girl|
|4||Dedicated to the One I Love|
|6||Baby It’s You|
|8||Everybody Loves a Lover|
|9||Welcome Home, Baby|
|10||Tonight’s the Night|
|11||A Thing of the Past|
|12||Last Minute Miracle|
|13||Don’t Say Goodnight and Mean Goodbye|
|14||Stop the Music|
|15||I Met Him On a Sunday (Ronde-Ronde)|
|16||What Does a Girl Do?|
|17||What a Sweet Thing That Was|
|18||Tonight You’re Gonna Fall In Love With Me|
|19||Thank You Baby|
|22||Are You Still My Baby|
|23||It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World|
|25||Not For All the Money In the World|
|26||It’s Love That Really Counts (In the Long Run)|
|27||Mama, Here Comes the Bride|
|28||The Things I Want To Hear (Pretty Words)|
|29||March (You’ll Be Sorry)|
|30||Love Is a Swingin’ Thing|
Tomorrow is Mother’s Day, so this evening on “Great Soul Performances” we salute mothers with songs by Kirk Franklin, the Intruders, the Shirelles, the Orlons, Boyz II Men, the Temptations, the Spinners, Aretha Franklin, the Five Keys, Ruth Brown, and also we’ll hear from Little Willie John, James Brown, the Escorts, Skip Mahoney & the Casuals, Terry Johnson & the Flamingos and Lou Rawls “live” in concert plus much more. It all begins at 7PM ET, 6PM CT, 5PM MT & 4PM PT on RadioMaxMusic.com. “We’ll Always Love Our Mamas!”