3 jan. 2014, 20h34m par phoebebunny
1 mai 2013, 8h41m par TheartofstuMade from 1st March to 1st April. I have tried to limit it to a maximum of 3 tracks per artist but sometimes remixes and collaborations will technically take some artists over 3, too much effort to think about that though.
Spotify playlist is here (270/400)
Youtube playlists: Part 1 / Part 2 (396/400)
Blog: Soon (At some point I'll write a blog so I can say a bit about each track, but it will take a while)
Because you can have 200 in a Youtube playlist, 200 wouldn't have been enough, 600+ would have been a struggle. 400 seemed doable.
Some tracks are down on the Youtube playlist.
I'll come back to the Youtube playlists occasionally and replace the dead tracks but I'm not going to do it everyday, sometimes some tracks will be taken down in-between.
I can't play some tracks in Spotify / there are tracks on Spotify you haven't added.
Some stuff on Spotify is country-specific, obviously I'm in the UK so only tracks that are available to UK users will be there.
30 avr. 2012, 7h49m par adeuxistJoe uyfuybigfuysxwdcwrvc
30 avr. 2012, 7h48m par adeuxistJoe uyfuybigfuy
31 mars 2012, 21h27m par girlintheyhat1. What's your favorite song by 15?
Swan In The Water It's just so profound and so wonderfully arranged. I got so addicted to it last summer. Just could not stop playing it.
2. How did you get into 20?
Kanye West Probably after hearing All Falls Down I just love the witty social commentary: 'Couldn't afford a car/So she named her daughter Alexis'
3. Who is your favorite member in 1?
Maroon 5 Adam Levine. Great voice, very talented songwriter.
4. What’s your favorite lyric by 29?
Usher Nothing comes to mind immediately. :(
5. Have you ever seen 22 live?
6. What's your favorite album from 10?
Boyzone I think it would have to be Where We Belong. While Brother is undoubtedly better musically, it just doesn't have that nostalgia tied to it.
7. Do you own any merchandise from 3?
Kylie Minogue Nope. I did have this book, The Kylie and Jason Special', back in the 80s. I did love it, but fairly certain I don't have it any more!
22 fév. 2012, 16h25m par RnB_001Yesterday, Joe gave a concert in Paris, as he was touring Europe.
A French R&B singer called NJ opened the concert. I had already heard about him, but I never listened to his songs as I never listen to French R&B. It doesn’t sound natural to me.
Anyways, he played for 30 minutes and he had a lot of success. I liked his songs, although I wouldn’t buy his album. He did a good work, and thanked us all for listening to him.
Then came Joe at 20.50. No sooner had he appeared on the stage than all the girls were screaming.
He started off with Where You At and If I Was Your Man (from the Ain’t Nothin’ Like Me album) and then, he carried on with Stutter (from [album artist=Joe]My Name Is Joe), Don’t Wanna Be A Player (from All That I Am) & his big hit Ride Wit U (from And Then…). We kept singing and the girls kept screaming.
I was with my friends, and we were just in front of the stage. I had never been that close. I really liked it, although I was being pushed all the time.
7 jan. 2012, 15h41m par Di-chyLink
(Left to right, top to bottom)
Mary J. Blige
Boyz II Men
Hope I'm going to enjoy as much good music this year as I did in the last!!
T-Pain aka The King Of Autotune has delivered another classic. Having been postponed multiple times (Do you remember that "Reverse Cowgirl" song?) but finally released following the success of the latest single "5 O'Clock," rEVOLVEr is Pain's first full-length effort in three years and fourth overall, since 2008's critically-acclaimed third album, Thr33 Ringz. And like the predecessor, from club-banging hip-hop tracks to melancholy slow ballads…
12 déc. 2011, 11h00m par nutriotMark Pritchard was so kind to share this live recording of Africa Hitech playing in Toronto some weeks ago. Nearly two hours of fine music for you to enjoy!
01. City Boys Band – Nya Asem Hwe
02. Scratcha DVA – Where I belong
03. D Double E – Bluku Bluku
04. Dok – 8 Barnaza
05. Wiley – Highs and low
06. Trim – Notice now (Pedro 123 remix)
07. Coki – Haunted
08. Riko – Ice Rink Riddim
09. Stush – Dollar sign
10. Silkie – It’s late
11. Joe – Claptrap
12. Gothtrad – New Epoch
13. Jon Wayne – Crumbled Luna
14. Bok Bok – Silo Pass
15. Joker – Trance Girl
16. Coki - Revolution (Not Smiling songs)
17. Mark Pritchard – Elephant Dub
18. House of Deb Players – Shaka the Warrior
19. Champion – Lighter VIP
20. Traxman – Lifeee is forever
21. Cadenza – The Darkest Hype (Phillip D. Kick Remix)
22. Africa HiTech – Out in the streets
23. Africa Hitech – Out in the streets VIP
24. Krampfhaft – Perfect Gain Structure
25. DJ Rashad – Welcome to the Chi
24 oct. 2011, 19h59m par Bryanrecommendshttp://cbsstreetdate.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/joe-promo-385.jpg?w=385&h=240&crop=1
Recently we were visited by one of the smoothest singers in all of R&B, who treated us to a song from his new album plus a few old favorites. Watch now as Joe warms up the Street Date studios with his new song “Dear Joe” off his brand new album The Good The Bad The Sexy which is out now.
You may remember Joe from such super-smooth R&B ballads as “All The Things (Your Man Won’t Do)” and “Thank God I Found You” (with Mariah Carey). Or if you’re more inclined towards hip hop, you may have first encountered Joe in 2000 when his song “Stutter” topped the charts, with rap verses supplied by Mystikal. His new album The Good the Bad the Sexy continues Joe‘s reign at the top of the R&B game, as displayed here on his new single “Dear Joe.”
Read more: R&B Powerhouse Joe Performs “Dear Joe” From New Album “The Good the Bad the Sexy”
21 oct. 2011, 18h06m par girlintheyhat1. How did you get into 29?
The Killers One of my closest friends kindly gave me Hot Fuss and I couldn't stop playing it. So many good tracks - Mr Brightside; All These Things That I've Done; Jenny Was a Friend of Mine.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Lifehouse Hanging By A Moment It was in ER, one of my favourite televisual things EVER.
3. What’s your favourite lyric by 33?
Damn, I don't have a 33, 32 is tied between Red Hot Chili Peppers and Céline Dion. OK, so, it would have to be: My heart, your skin, this love, I'm in... from Charlie and 'And in your eyes...I see ribbons of colour' from Falling Into You
4. What is your favourite album by 46?
Maxïmo Park Our Earthly Pleasures And a superb album it is. Particularly Nosebleed and Parisian Skies.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Rob Thomas Two, both his solo works: Cradlesong and Something to Be.
6. What is your favourite song by 50?