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Jamplifier - 31 minutes ago
April 14
On this day, in music history...
"Wonderful World" (occasionally referred to as "(What A) Wonderful World") is a song by American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke. Music arrangement was by the prolific Belford Hendricks who also wrote the arrangements for the songs "You Send Me", "Cupid", "Chain Gang","(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons", and "A Change Is Gonna Come". Released on April 14, 1960, by Keen Records, it had been recorded during an impromptu session the previous year, Cooke's last recording session at Keen. He signed wi...
Jamplifier - 1 hour ago
“If you wish to become a successful artist, then you will need to get fans worldwide, which means that people all over the world who don't know you and who never heard of you will need to be blown away by your music.”
Jamplifier - yesterday at 23:45
“Finally, I would like to remind record companies that they have a cultural responsibility to give the buying public great music. Milking a trend to death is not contributing to culture and is ultimately not profitable.”
—Tony Visconti
Jamplifier - yesterday at 21:54
“The logic has been reversed — in the golden age mainstream entertainers copied from the masters, but nowadays even better artists copy from the mainstream.”
The Jamplifier's Manual,
Chapter 2 (Music Industry Madness)
Jamplifier - yesterday at 19:58
Songs you should definitely know...
Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? was released in 1999, and it never peaked the charts in the US or the UK. It is ranked #486 on the Jamplifier's Best Songs Of All Times list.
#486on Jamplifier's Best Songs Of All Time list
Jamplifier - yesterday at 18:19
Songs you should definitely know...
Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough was released in 1979, and it was a Number One hit in the US. It is ranked #518 on the Jamplifier's Best Songs Of All Times list.
No.1
#518on Jamplifier's Best Songs Of All Time list
Jamplifier - yesterday at 16:38
Jamplifier - yesterday at 16:25
“Great work comes from great joy. Leave the angst for the movies; do art that is fun.”
—Jack White (The White Stripes)
Jamplifier - yesterday at 15:53
“In the age of social networking there are no real secrets anymore, and people want to know everything about their stars, much more than decades ago.”
The Jamplifier's Manual,
Chapter 9 (Promotion)
Jamplifier - yesterday at 15:03
“Statistically, it can be said that music quality was at least ten times higher in the sixties than it is now.”
The Jamplifier's Manual,
Chapter 3 (Masters Of The Past)
Jamplifier - yesterday at 13:46
Jamplifier - yesterday at 13:34
“You will only need five things in order to become successful, as described in The Manual.”
Jamplifier - yesterday at 12:07
Jamplifier - yesterday at 11:48
Songs you should definitely know...
Stupid Girl was released in 1996, and it never peaked the charts in the US or the UK. It is ranked #658 on theJamplifier's Best Songs Of All Timeslist and #326 on theRolling Stone's Best Songs Of All Timeslist.
#658on Jamplifier's Best Songs Of All Time list
#326on Rolling Stone's Best Songs Of All Time list
Jamplifier - yesterday at 11:34
April 13
On this day, in music history...
"Hot Stuff" is a song by American singer Donna Summer from her seventh studio album Bad Girls (1979), produced by English producer Pete Bellotte and Italian producer Giorgio Moroder and released as the lead single from Bad Girls on April 13, 1979, through Casablanca Records. Up to that point, Summer had mainly been associated with disco songs but this song also showed a significant rock direction, including a guitar solo by ex-Doobie Brother and Steely Dan guitarist Jeff "Skunk" Baxter. It is on...
Jamplifier - yesterday at 10:04
“Don’t allow yourself to keep the bar low.”
The Jamplifier's Manual,
Chapter 1 (Introduction)
Jamplifier - yesterday at 8:05
Jamplifier - yesterday at 7:09
“Only kids prefer today's music, while even the youth thinks that music from the 20th century was better than today's crap.”
Jamplifier - yesterday at 6:26
Albums you should definitely know...
It is ranked #529 on the Jamplifier's Best Albums Of All Times list.
#529on Jamplifier's Best Albums Of All Time list
Jamplifier - yesterday at 5:09
“It is at least 10 times more difficult to get a good synthesiser sound than on an acoustic instrument.”
—Giorgio Moroder (Italian singer, songwriter, DJ and record producer)
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