Top Pop Music Artists
Music Review: Bee Gees - 1st (Blogcritics.org)
T'was Matthew Sweet who first got me reconsidering the Brothers Gibb: covering one of the Aussie sibs' sixties hits, "Come to Me," with Under the Covers collaborator Susannah Hoffs, he had me listening to a song I hadn't thought about in years ? and, in so doing, made me hear the pop craftiness that had gone into that particular 45. "The Bee Gees don't get enough respect," Sweet went on ...
Damn the Torpedoes (Seattle Weekly)
The Broken West don't sweat the petty stuff. For all of the Wilco comparisons the Broken West regularly receive, a film about the making of the quintet's debut album , I Can't Go On, I'll Go On , would less resemble the turmoil-packed Wilco documentary I Am Trying to Break Your Heart than another cinematic, um, classic.
The Rush sales report (USA Today)
Last week, as part of the series of answers to your sales questions, we looked at Donna Summer's sales figures in the SoundScan era (late '91 to now). Continuing with a mini-series on your favorite should-be-Hall-of-Famers, today's sales list deals...
Ten Songs (Fox 12 Oregon)
Before the invention of the Internet, office workers had to waste time with much more low-tech approaches. Asking co-workers questions such as "Which one celebrity would you sleep with if you had the chance?" could waste hours of otherwise productive time.
Singer keeps All That Remains going strong (San Antonio Express-News)
And then there was one ? well, not quite. That's a tad too dramatic.
Few answers for Warriors? success (The Norman Transcript)
NEWCASTLE ? Rocky Clarke isn?t above having some fun with his Washington girls? success. Asked just what it is about the Warriors? female athletics prowess, he was just as quick to answer ? ?superior coaching.?
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