Friday, July 29, 2016

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Gary Wright's Lost 1972 Album, "Ring of Changes", Is Finally Released

via Press Release & VVN Music

Keyboardist Gary Wright is the New Jersey-born psychology student who landed in London at the height of the rock revolution in 1967, where he founded Spooky Tooth and had a successful solo career producing the classic hits Dream Weaver and Love Is Alive.

Wright recorded the album Ring of Changes in 1972 with Wonderwheel, a band featuring Mick Jones, who would go on to found Foreigner, Lindisfarne bassist Tom Duffey and John Bonham-influenced drummer Bryson Graham, with Jones and Graham later joining him and Mike Harrison in a reunited Spooky Tooth. The planned follow-up to Wright's two previous solo albums for A&M Records, 1970's Extraction and 1971's Footprint, the finished record was shelved by A&M Records and has been there for the last 44 years.

Today, Ring of Changes was released for the first time to digital retailers through UMe and internationally, as a CD, by Cherry Red.

"I hadn't listened to it in 40 years, but when I put it on, I thought to myself, 'I can't believe this was never released,'" says Wright. "It was more of a rock album than what I had done, but I think it stands up alongside anything that you might hear being played on Classic Rock radio around the world. I hope that people will be surprised by the material. I'm proud of it and I'm glad it's finally coming out so everyone can hear what we did all those years ago."

Produced by Wright and one of the first albums to be recorded at the newly opened Apple Studios on Saville Row, Ring of Changes is remarkably eclectic in style, ranging from the funky blues of Goodbye Sunday, with lyrics by Gary's sister Lorna Lee, featuring a George Harrison slide guitar solo that sounds like an outtake from All Things Must Pass (which Wright famously played on) to the Crosby, Stills & Nash folk-rock harmonies and Led Zeppelin Stairway to Heaven feel of the album's epic closer, Creation.

"That was the track that got me when I listened to the album again," said Wright.

There are also stylistic nods to The Band in the soulful country of Set on You, a rollicking Mad Dogs and Englishmen feel to the Hugh McCracken-penned Something for Us All and the previously released single, I Know (a bonus track which never appeared on the original album) with its The Who meets Bad Company flourish. Goodbye Sunday was previously released by the German label Ariola after it was featured in a ski documentary.

Wright, who was originally introduced to George Harrison by his Hamburg mate Klaus Voormann, who played bass on Gary's first two solo albums, explains how the Beatle ended up playing slide guitar on Goodbye Sunday, which was not the first time either – Harrison had previously played on Footprint under the pseudonym George O'Hara.

"We were in the studio and I was showing him the song," explains Wright. "He just started playing slide guitar and came up with that line, which I think really worked."

Wright was an American student in Germany when he formed the band the New York Tymes, who were the openers for Traffic's very first gig in Oslo, Norway, where he was introduced by his New Jersey buddy, producer Jimmy Miller, to Island chief Chris Blackwell, who put Gary with members of a band called Art to form Spooky Tooth.

Wright first played keyboards on Harrison's Isn't It a Pity, then went on to play on most of the rest of the All Things Must Pass album, as well as George's sessions for Ringo Starr's It Don't Come Easy and Back Off Boogaloo. The pair became lifelong friends, sharing an interest in Eastern religions, with Wright contributing to several of Harrison's solo albums. Wright also played keyboards on Nilsson's classic Without You. Upon signing with Warner Bros. in 1975, Wright released his classic album Dream Weaver, which produced a pair of hit singles in the title track and Love Is Alive.

Wright remains an active presence on the touring circuit, having gone on the road in recent years with Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band and Hippiefest, as well as releasing albums on his own Larkio Music label. Wright will perform several dates with Al Stewart this summer, including:
  • 08/19 - Kent, OH - The Kent Stage
  • 08/20 - Edwardsville, IL - The Wildy Theatre
  • 08/21 - Green Bay, WI - The Meyer Theatre
"All good things last," says Wright about the album's appeal after all these years. "That music had the power to endure because of the songwriting and lyrical content. All those bands had something very special. It's stood the test of time."

Ring of Changes offers proof that some things never change, even after 44 years – like the appeal of great rock music.

The complete album track list for Ring of Changes:
  • Lovetaker
  • Wild Bird
  • Something for Us All
  • Set on You
  • Ring of Changes
  • Goodbye Sunday
  • For a Woman
  • Workin' on a River
  • Creation
  • I Know (bonus track)
  • What Can We Do (bonus track)
  • Somebody (bonus track)

TBS Developing Series Based on Lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G.; Ice Cube Producing "Hip Hop Squares" For VH1

by VVN Music

Music artists, living and dead, are involved in new program development.

Turner Broadcasting subsidiary TBS is developing a new scripted series based on the lyrics of The Notorious B.I.G. Tentatively titled Think B.I.G., the show will be about an inner-city teen trying to create a better future for his daughter and infant son. Plotlines will be loosely taken from the lyrics of Biggy Smalls who only released one album in his lifetime before being killed outside of an after party for the 1997 Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angles. Material continued to be released after his murder, including the classic Life After Death.

Already in production for TBS is the animated series Storyville which "will feature funny, absurd, weird, and sometimes just sheer joyful stories straight from the mouths of top celebrities", including artists like Questlove of the Roots.

Both are being developed by Mass Appeal. TBS executive vice president Brett Weitz said "Storyville and Think B.I.G. speak to the types of projects we will cultivate with Mass Appeal moving forward. Mass Appeal is a leader in developing unique stories with diverse voices. There's no better partner for us to connect with this vibrant, impassioned audience."

Over at VH1, Ice Cube and his Cube Vision production company are developing a new version of the game show Hip Hop Squares which was originally based on the classic Hollywood Squares.  Jesse Collins Entertainment and Jeff Kwatinettz's The Firm are also assisting in the development.

The format of the show, which originally ran in the hip hop format on MTV 2 in 2012, keeps the original shows tic-tac-toe formula with the squares occupied by the biggest names in hip hop, comedy and entertainment.

Ice Cube said of the new program "Hip Hop Squares is going to be fun and spontaneous; unlike typical game shows, viewers should never know what's going to happen next. When VH1 asked us to join the producing team, we jumped aboard as we have had success with VH1, and we love their team, excitement and commitment to the show."

Look for Hip Hop Squares this fall.


Billy Corgan Has New Solo Album Ready, Starting New Band, Plus Pumpkins "Making Plans"

by VVN Music

Billy Corgan posted a new update on Facebook Friday confirming a host of new projects.

Starting with a plug for Impact Wrestling, which he now co-owns, he went on to say that he has a new solo album, which he recorded over a two week period, pretty much completed although there is no release date set.

Billy then went on to talk about starting a new band with guitarist Jeff Schroeder, who joined Smashing Pumpkins in 2007, frequent Pumpkins touring band members Katie Cole and Sierra Swan, along with Jack Bates and Linda Strawberry.

Finally, the big news for Pumpkins fans, Corgan said "There's some big stuff happening. We're making plans. I can't give that away, but it's going to be interesting.

Now, Billy could just be talking about something new with Schroeder and drummer Jimmy Chamberlain but a number of media outlets are pointing to the hope that this could be a full fledged original Smashing Pumpkins reunion. Consequences of Sound is even reporting that they have a source saying that Corgan is shopping for dates next summer for a reunion tour.

From 1991 to 2000, the band, including Corgan, James Iha, D'arcy Wretzky and Chamberlin, released five influential albums including the number 1 Melon Collie and the Infinite Sadness; however, a lot of really bad blood had the original members pealing off from the band, especially Iha and Wretzky. Over the last year, things have been somewhat patched up between the members which has led to the speculation.

Here's the full video:


Almanac: July 29. 2016

Birthdays
  • 1916 - Charlie Christian (d. 1942)
  • 1933 - Randy Sparks (New Christy Minstrels) (82)
  • 1936 - Leonard Lee (Shirley & Lee) (d. 1976)
  • 1946 - Neal Doughty (REO Speedwagon) (70)
  • 1947 - Carlo Santana (Paper Lace) (69)
  • 1953 - Geddy Lee (Rush) (63)
  • 1953 - Patty Scialfa (E-Street Band) (63)
  • 1959 - John Sykes (Whitesnake, Thin Lizzy) (57)
  • 1962 - Martin McCarrick (Siouxsie and the Banshees, Therapy?) (54)
  • 1966 - Martina McBride (50)
  • 1967 - Chris Gorman (Belly) (49)
  • 1972 - Simon Jones (Verve) (44)
  • 1973 - Wanya Morris (Boyz II Men) (43)
  • 1973 - James Otto (43)
  • 1977 - Danger Mouse (born Brian Burton) (39)
Deaths
  • 1974 - Mama Cass Elliot - Heart attack (32)
  • 1978 - Glen Goins (Parliament-Funkadelic) - Hodkin's lymphoma (24)
  • 1984 - Fred Waring - Stroke (84)
  • 1986 - Gordon Mills (British producer, manager & songwriter) - Stomach cancer (51)
  • 1988 - Pete Drake (Country producer & pedal steel player) - Emphysema (55)
  • 1993 - Eddie Guzman (Rare Earth) - Diabetes and alcoholism (49)
  • 1996 - Jason Thirsk (Pennywise) - Suicide (28)
  • 1999 - Anita Carter (Carter Family) - Affects of medication for rheumatoid arthritis (66)
  • 2004 - Hubby Heard (keyboards for Billy Preston, Ray Charles) - Heart attack
On This Day
  • 1961 - Bob Dylan performed at the Hootenanny Special which was broadcast as a twelve-hour radio special.
  • 1963 - The Newport Folk Festival resumes after a four year layoff with Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and Peter, Paul & Mary.
  • 1965 - The Beatles' film Help! premiered in London.
  • 1966 - Bob Dylan was involved in a motorcycle accident, breaking a neck vertebra.
  • 1966 - Cream made their live debut in Manchester, England.
  • 1966 - The interview where John Lennon stated "We're bigger than Jesus now" was published in the teen magazine Datebook.
  • 1966 - The Grateful Dead played their first show outside the U.S. in Vancouver.
  • 1968 - Gram Parsons refuses to go on the Byrds' South African tour, not wanting to play for segregated audiences. 
  • 1970 - The Rolling Stones' contract with Decca Records ended. 
  • 1972 - Screaming Lord Sutch was arrested in London while promoting his latest album when he jumped on a bus with four nude women.
  • 1972 - Barbara Mandrell joined the Grand Ole Opry.
  • 1973 - A safe deposit box with $203,000 was stolen from Led Zeppelin's room in New York's Drake Hotel.
  • 1978 - Prince charted for the first time in the U.S. with Soft and Wet
  • 1982 - A Dublin, Ireland hotel owned by Thin Lizzy's Phil Lynott was destroyed by fire.
  • 1986 - Paul Davis was shot in the abdomen by a gunman in Nashville who was robbing him. 
  • 1987 - The Four Tops were given their own annual day in Michigan.
  • 1987 - Ben & Jerry's introduced Cherry Garcia in honor of the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia.
  • 1990 - Elton John checked into rehab for Bulemia and other addictions, causing him to take over a year off.
  • 1998 - Matchbox 20 started their first headlining tour in New Orleans.
  • 1998 - Miramax Films purchased the rights to the Beatles' A Hard Day's Night with plans for a 35th anniversary release.
  • 2007 - Paul Stanley of KISS had to stop a show when his heart began beating fast. Paramedics shocked the heart to get it back to a normal rhythm. 
Marriages
  • 1982 - Andy Taylor (Duran Duran) and Tracie Wilson
  • 1994 - David Gilmour (Pink Floyd) and Polly Samson
  • 2006 - Bobby Gillespie (Primal Scream) and Katy England
  • 2006 - Kid Rock and Pamela Anderson
Recorded
  • 1955 - Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
  • 1959 - Shout - Isley Brothers
  • 1968 - Hey Jude - Beatles (first session)
Released
  • 1963 - Blowin' in the Wind - Peter, Paul & Mary (single)
  • 1967 - Reflections - Diana Ross & the Supremes (first single under new billing)
  • 1967 - You're My Everything - Temptations (single)
  • 1978 - Whenever I Call You Friend - Kenny Loggins (single)
  • 1980 - Voices - Hall & Oates
  • 1981 - Pleasant Dreams - Ramones
  • 1981 - The Time - Time
  • 1996 - Strawberry Wine - Deanna Carter (single)
  • 1997 - The Art of War - Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Broadcasts
  • 1958 - American Bandstand - Tommy Payne, Eddie Fontane
  • 1959 - American Bandstand - Frankie Ford
  • 1960 - American Bandstand - Brothers Four, Royal Teens
  • 1963 - American Bandstand - Patty Duke
  • 1965 - Where the Action Is - Jimmy Clanton, Shangri-Las
  • 1966 - Where the Action Is - Cyrkle, Kim Weston, Paul Revere & the Raiders
  • 1967 - American Bandstand - Byrds, Forum
  • 1972 - American Bandstand - Helen Reddy, Sparks
  • 1977 - Midnight Special - K.C. & the Sunshine Band (host), Bay City Rollers, Emotions, Peter McCann, Flora Purim, Tribute to Willie Nelson
  • 1978 - American Bandstand - High Ingergy
  • 1983 - Friday Night Videos (NBC) - Premier
  • 1989 - American Bandstand - Information Society
Number Ones – U.S. Singles
  • 1967 - Light My Fire - Doors (3 weeks)
  • 1972 - Alone Again (Naturally) - Gilbert O'Sullivan (4 weeks)
  • 2000 - It's Gonna Be Me - 'N Sync (2 weeks)
Number Ones – U.S. Albums
  • 1950 - Young Man With a Horn - Doris Day and Harry James (2 weeks (4 previous weeks at number 1))
  • 1961 (Mono Albums) - Stars of a Summer Night - Various Artists (4 weeks)
  • 1978 - Grease - Soundtrack (7 weeks)
  • 1995 - Cracked Rear View - Hootie & the Blowfish (1 week (5 previous weeks at number 1))
  • 2006 - Now That's What I Call Music 22 - Various Artists (2 weeks)
Number Ones – U.S. R&B Singles
  • 1957 - Short Fat Fannie - Larry Williams (1 week)
  • 1989 - Shower Me With Your Love - Surface (1 week)
  • 2006 - Snap Yo Fingers - Lil Jon Featuring E-40 and Sean Paul of the YoungbloodZ (1 week)
Number Ones – U.S. Country Singles
  • 1944 - Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby - Louis Jordan (5 weeks)
  • 1967 - Tonight Carmen - Marty Robbins (1 week)
  • 1989 - Cathy's Clown - Reba McEntire (1 week)
Number Ones – U.K. Singles
  • 1955 - Rose Marie - Slim Whitman (11 weeks)
  • 2001 - Eternal Flame - Atomic Kitten (2 weeks)
  • 2007 - The Way I Are - Timbaland Featuring Keri Hilson and D.O.E. (2 weeks)
Number Ones – U.K. Albums
  • 1961 - The Black and White Minstrel Show - George Mitchell Minstrels (4 weeks)
  • 1995 - I Should Coco - Supergrass (3 weeks)


Thursday, July 28, 2016

MTV Kills VH1 Classic and Replaces with 90's Oriented MTV Classic

by VVN Music

VH1 Classic, the home of That Metal Show and a lot of movies from the 80's is about to be laid to rest.

On August 1, MTV Networks will replace the network with MTV Classic which will move the focus from the 80's to the 90's. Goodbye Breakfast Club, hello Beavis and Butthead.

Even though they are targeting the 90's, the new network will kickoff at 6 AM next Monday morning with a 35th anniversary celebration the launch of the original MTV by re-airing the first hour of programming. They'll follow at 1 PM with a retrospective of Total Request Live and a marathon of MTV Unplugged episodes.

Regular programming will include prime time blocks of animated fare such as Beavis and Butthead, Daria and Aeon Flux while post-10 PM will include shows such as Jackass, Cribs, Run's House, Pimp My Ride and Wonder Showzen.

Fridays will be dedicated to the live performance series Unplugged and Storytellers while the weekends will include marathons of other older MTV series such as The Real World and Laguna Beach.

MTV's Sean Atkins said "From Beavis & Butt-Head to Laguna Beach, MTV's programming vault is a music and pop culture gold mine with universal resonance. MTV Classic gives audiences a modern and artful home for classic MTV programming and, alongside MTV, MTV2, MTV Live and mtvU, rounds out a diverse portfolio with music and youth culture at its core."


Watch: The Go Go's Visit Jimmy Kimmel One Last Time

by VVN Music

The Go Go's have their final concert set for August 30 at the Hollywood Bowl, ending their 38 year career.

While they had planned on doing the final tour last year, it had to be postponed when Jane Wiedlin injured herself. Now, starting August 2, they will play their last eighteen shows.

On Wednesday night, the group visited the Jimmy Kimmel show to play two of the biggest hits.






Estate of Randy California Files Appeal in Led Zeppelin "Stairway to Heaven" Case

by VVN Music

The estate of the late-Randy California of Spirit has filed an appeal of the jury decision in the Led Zeppelin Stairway to Heaven plagiarism case.

At the beginning of their career, Led Zeppelin opened for the group Spirit. At the time, Spirit had a new album that included the instrumental track Taurus which they performed in concert during the tour.

While guitarist Randy California was aware of a certain amount of similarity between Taurus and Stairway to Heaven, he never pursued any action but, after his death, Randy's estate began a lawsuit against Robert Plant and Jimmy Page who are credited with writing the song.

Over a couple of years, the sides battled back and forth, ending with a trial earlier in 2016 where the jury found in favor of Plant and Page. The two artists and their record company have since filed a suit against California's estate to recoup $800,000 in legal fees spent on defending the suit.

There are no details as of now on the grounds for the appeal. A hearing is scheduled for August 8.

Bruce Springsteen to Release Companion Album For His Autobiography

by VVN Network

Bruce Springsteen releases his long-in-the-writing autobiography, Born to Run, on September 27.

Four days earlier (September 23), Bruce will release a companion album with songs from throughout his career that tie in with the themes of the new book.

Chapter and Verse includes eighteen tracks including five from the early part of Springsteen's career that have never previously been released.

Opening up the album is two tracks by The Castiles, Bruce's band when he was a teenager and is followed by one track each from his groups Steel Mill and The Bruce Springsteen Band before entering into his Columbia Records catalog.

Included are a number of Springsteen's best known songs including Born to Run, Badlands and Born in the U.S.A. The album ends with the 2012 track Wrecking Ball.

The album will be released as a single CD and a double vinyl LP along with to digital services.


The track list:
  • Baby I - The Castiles (recorded May 2, 1966, at Mr. Music, Bricktown, NJ; written by Bruce Springsteen and George Theiss; previously unreleased)
  • You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover - The Castiles (recorded Sept. 16, 1967, at The Left Foot, Freehold, NJ; written by Willie Dixon; previously unreleased)
  • He's Guilty (The Judge Song) - Steel Mill (recorded Feb. 22, 1970, at Pacific Recording Studio, San Mateo, CA; previously unreleased)
  • Ballad of Jesse James - The Bruce Springsteen Band (recorded March 14, 1972, at Challenger Eastern Surfboards, Highland, NJ; previously unreleased)
  • Henry Boy (recorded June 1972, at Mediasound Studios, New York, NY; previously unreleased)
  • Growin' Up (recorded May 3, 1972, at Columbia Records Recordings Studios, New York, NY; previously appeared on 'Tracks')
  • 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy) (1973, 'The Wild, The Innocent & the E Street Shuffle')
  • Born to Run (1975, 'Born to Run')
  • Badlands (1977, 'Darkness on the Edge of Town')
  • The River (1980, 'The River')
  • My Father's House (1982, 'Nebraska')
  • Born in the U.S.A. (1984, 'Born in the U.S.A.')
  • Brilliant Disguise (1987, 'Tunnel of Love')
  • Living Proof (1992, 'Lucky Town')
  • The Ghost of Tom Joad (1995, 'The Ghost of Tom Joad')
  • The Rising (2002, 'The Rising')
  • Long Time Comin' (2005, 'Devils & Dust')
  • Wrecking Ball (2012, 'Wrecking Ball')


Billboard Names the Biggest Country Songs, Albums & Artists of (Almost) All Time

by VVN Music

As they have done in the recent past for popular music with the Hot 100 and Billboard 200, Billboard has now published the biggest music from the field of Country.

While their are a few surprises on the Albums list and quite a few on the Singles, the tally of the top artists reads like a who's who of the last half century of country music.

The genre's biggest star, George Strait, leads that list followed by Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson. A slight surprise would be that Garth Brooks, who is the second biggest selling Albums artist of all-time behind just the Beatles, is only number 8; however, he had immense success with just nine studio albums and the associated singles before his almost decade retirement, a fairly short list compared to the very long careers of those above him on the list.

The top female on the list is Reba McEntire while the top group is Alabama.

The top 20:
  1. George Strait
  2. Merle Haggard
  3. Willie Nelson
  4. Alabama
  5. Conway Twitty
  6. Charley Pride
  7. Reba McEntire
  8. Garth Brooks
  9. Alan Jackson
  10. Tim McGraw
  11. Waylon Jennings
  12. Buck Owens
  13. Hank Williams, Jr. 
  14. Johnny Cash
  15. Kenny Rogers
  16. George Jones
  17. Loretta Lynn
  18. Dolly Parton
  19. Kenny Chesney
  20. Ronnie Milsap
A number of classic artists of country, including Hank Williams, Ernest Tubb and Kitty Wells, are not on the list as it only takes into account singles from 1958 on and albums from 1964.

The full Artists list is at Billboard

On the Albums, there is a definite concentration of more modern recordings by the likes of Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, Taylor Swift, the Dixie Chicks and Carrie Underwood as country fans didn't start buying albums in quantity until the 90's. 

Twain tops the list with Come on Over and is also number 9 with The Woman in Me. Brooks, obviously, has numerous albums on the list including No Fences (#2), Garth Brooks (#4), Ropin' the Wind (#26) and The Hits (#29). Swift also strikes big with Taylor Swift (#3), Fearless (#11), Red (#72) and Speak Now (#73).

The top twenty:
  1. Come on Over - Shania Twain
  2. No Fences - Garth Brooks
  3. Taylor Swift - Taylor Swift
  4. Garth Brooks - Garth Brooks
  5. Always & Forever - Randy Travis
  6. Behind Closed Doors - Charlie Rich
  7. Some Hearts - Carrie Underwood
  8. Greatest Hits - Waylon Jennings
  9. The Woman in Me - Shania Twain
  10. O Brother, Where Art Thou? - Various Artists
  11. Fearless - Taylor Swift
  12. Killin' Time - Clint Black
  13. Fly - Dixie Chicks
  14. Here's to the Good Times - Florida Georgia Line
  15. Wide Open Spaces - Dixie Chicks
  16. Blue - LeAnn Rimes
  17. Storms of Life - Randy Travis
  18. My Kinda Party - Jason Aldean
  19. Feels So Right - Alabama
  20. Not a Moment Too Soon - Tim McGraw
The full Albums list is at Billboard

Finally, the singles offer a true mix of vintage and modern music. 

The list is topped by the huge Florida Georgia Line's Cruise which spent 24 weeks at the top of the Country Songs list at a time when regular number 1's held for just one or two weeks. 

It's followed by the 1961 hit Walk on By by Leroy Van Dyke, Hunter Hayes' 2012 hit Wanted, Sam Hunt's 2014 record Take Your Time and the 1966 Jack Greene song There Goes My Everything.

Tim McGraw is the only artist to have more than one single in the top 20, coming in with three.

The top twenty:
  1. Cruise - Florida Georgia Line
  2. Walk on By - Leroy Van Dyke
  3. Wanted - Hunter Hayes
  4. Take Your Time - Sam Hunt
  5. There Goes My Everything - Jack Greene
  6. Love's Gonna Live Here - Buck Owens
  7. Convoy - C.W. McCall
  8. Somebody Like You - Keith Urban
  9. Amazed - Lonestar
  10. Daddy Sang Bass - Johnny Cash
  11. Kiss an Angel Good Mornin' - Charley Pride
  12. Just to See You Smile - Tim McGraw
  13. Once a Day - Connie Smith
  14. Need You Now - Lady Antebellum
  15. Live Like You Were Dying - Tim McGraw
  16. Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love) - Waylon Jennings
  17. 19 Somethin' - Mark Wills
  18. My Hang-Up is You - Freddie Hart
  19. It's Your Love - Tim McGraw with Faith Hill
  20. Check Yes Or No - George Strait
To see the full top 100, go to Billboard

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