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Interview with Yuzima Philip

YUZIMA , NYC’s “Prince of Noize” has just released his excellent new single “Would It Be Ok” from his insta-album “Living Off The Land”. Combining prescient, focused, politically-charged lyrics with an innate gift for melody and experimentation he’s making something beautiful, something unique. 803 more words


This Day in Music History - June 27th

Here is a glance of what happened in music history.

1970, The Jackson Five started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with ‘The Love You Save’, the group’s third No.1 of the year. 129 more words


Christmas Crackers - Day 27

1) CHRISTMAS CRACKER: Gene Autry – Frosty The Snowman 2) CINNAMON COVER: The Jackson Five – Frosty The Snowman  3) WINTER WARMER: Cliff Richard – Santa’s List… 10 more words

One Song/Three Versions - I Want You Back

Another in a series of random posts on the different ways artists re-interpret songs. 

“Diana Ross Presents the Jackson Five” is how this band was billed when they first hit the scene. 339 more words


My Thanksgiving Playlist #10 - "Good Times"

Dear Readers,

I am so happy I was able to share 10 songs with you this year. The last song, an older Jackson Five hit from 1976, is dedicated to all of our family and loved ones who are no longer with us. 27 more words

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William Price King - Christmas Music - The Little Drummer Boy.

Welcome to the series on popular Christmas music that William Price King has written to keep us busy whilst he is busy performing and promoting his new album. 537 more words

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