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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

Happy birthday to Elvis Costello, born on 25th aug 1954, (Declan McManus), singer, songwriter. Had the 1979 UK No.2 single with The Attractions 'Olivers Army' and his 1979 UK No.2 album Armed Forces spent 28 weeks on the chart. Costello has won multiple awards in...

Nic Monteiro Shipbuilding. Thatcher's Britain, Falklands conflict, youthful optimism, middle aged cynicism- such clever lyrics; , summed up the early 80s
J Marie Jensen "She may be the face I can't forget. A trace of pleasure no regret. She was my treasure,,, not the price I had to pay. She was the song that summer came to sing. Fought off the chill that autumn brings, She was a hundred different things within the measure of the day. She was a love that will always last, she comes to me in shadows of the past,,,, that I'll remember until the day I die.... She may be the mirror of my dreams, a smile reflected in a stream,,,,,,, and I may not be what I may seem inside my shell. Me who always seems so happy in a crowd, who's eyes can be so private and so proud, no ones allowed to see me when I cry. She may be the reason I survive, the why and wherefore I'm alive, the one I cared for in the rough and ready years. Me I took her laughter and her tears and made them all my souvenirs. For where she goes I have to be,,,,,, the meaning of my life is she" Love you mom Rest in Peace 👼🏻💔
Bill Farrand I saw Elvis and the Attractions at the Vancouver airport in 1979. He and the band were being filmed coming down the escalator as we were going up beside it. The girl with me started singing "Tan Shoes and Pink Shoelaces" because Elvis was wearing pink socks.
Freddie Connor Alison & Less Than Zero from 1st album, My Aim IsTrue which is also my favourite album.
Catherine Wells Only one song I really liked of his and that was Good year for the roses
Ken Vail Jr. steps lead down..over all though The entire Armed Forces l.p.
Carmel Rea Great tune oliver's army.
Mandy Horton Oliver's Army all time favourite xx
Curt Randa Allison and Radio, Radio (I think that's what it's called). I'm The Man is great, too.
Robert Neill Happy birthday Elvis
Howard Strum Only a notch above Veronica, and watchin the detectives...
Troy Mitchell Owens Everyday I Write the Book...The angels wanna wear my red shoes...Alison...watching the Detectives
Eddie Rasmussen III Happy Birthday Mr. Costello
Astrid Süßbrich 🎉🎋🎊🎂🎈🍸🌼🍀 - Happy Birthday ! My fav - "god give me strenght " ...
Cyndi Keough Springford Gosh, there are so many. Even though he didn't write it, I love his version of What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding.
Jimmy Lee Kid Rock? He may want to omit that one....
Bill Louis Everyday I Write the Book.
Matthew Lausmann Accidents Will Happen And Veronica
Neil Russell watching the detectives!!!
Jenny Robyn Bowers Oliver s army and Good year for the roses
Neil Boyce Good year for the roses.
Sheila Dass Watching The Detectives.... 😍
Ross Fonticella (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes
Frank Hayden O'Halloran
Scott Hayes Veronica,Allison,Watching the Detectives...
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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

Listen to the second part of The Story of The Supremes: The girls were the hottest girl group in America, soon they would conquer the rest of the world. Behind the scenes, relationships were crumbling.

Bruce Haley I've been crushing on Mary Wilson for 50 years now. No BS. <3
Michael Jorgensen Loved the girl groups.
Sandra Pantera Pokorney George Barberio.
Song Surgeon I think stuff like this are fantastic
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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

24th Aug 1975, Queen started recording 'Bohemian Rhapsody' at Rockfield studio's in Monmouth, Wales, (the song was recorded over three weeks). Freddie Mercury had mentally prepared the song beforehand and directed the band throughout the sessions. May, Mercury, and Taylor sang their vocal parts continually...

Nancy Marchbanks And I had just married my beloved husband 2 months earlier at the tender age of 18. ❤️ This band was so incredible. The musicianship was phenomenal, Freddie had one of the most powerful voices ever and the harmonies could stop you in your tracks. I'm not surprised that they all were scholars as well. Queen will never be equaled. ❤️
Tom Banks Rockfield just down the road from where I used to live. The Pizza Express Restaurant in Monmouth has a fantastic tribute to the song on their wall.
Mark Robertson This is an extraordinary piece of work. A #1 song in two different decades, it has only been done by one other artist....who was that other artist?
Jon Wetherell Built a valve radio for my bedroom and was channel hopping in the small hours when this came on. In school the next morning I kept asking "have you heard it yet?" It took 3 days before it came on mainstream radio and I still have no idea which station had sneaked it out early.
Trace Carter I knew it was recorded locally but had one idea about the hours of rehearsal. Interesting. 😀
John Kiser Hmm, I heard that John May "sort of" likes Queen, lol. Awesome tune, great album, outstanding band!
David Gibbard 41 years ago today..... how old does that make me feel! Greatest song ever!
Doug Medina A great song turned into a stadium anthem.Pathetic.
John Harrison There is something about this song, which stays with you for ever
Roy Ellrich Panic at the disco does a solid cover of this song live.
Steven Stebbing Thanks for the updates on music I listen daily smoothfm, I get plenty of your selections on the playlist.
Lee DeWolfe Pure musical genius that is greatly lacking in today's music getting airtime!
Peter Green A work of art- skilled craftsmen at their creative peak
Faye Jones One of my top 10 favorite songs!!
Olivia Mosley One of my VERY best Fav' kids and I would sing it when they were like 11-12.
Craig D Avery I think it was the most expensive record production, at that time, wasn't it?
Alfred Russo Had to sing it at rehab called DAYTOP in front of all the clients to show how much i wanted? to get sober. That was in "87". No I'm not.
Gill Walley Wonderful song that will live forever
Shawn Self
Andree Wight Masterpiece
Chris Clark Been getting this a lot lately when clicking the link
Robyn Cunningham Rasmussen Genius
Sean Clayton EPIC!!!! ❤️ RIP Mr. M.
Mark Rush will you do the fandango?
Rose Ream And the rest is rock and roll history!
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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

24th Aug 1963, Stevie Wonder became the first artist ever to score a US No.1 album and single in the same week. Wonder was at No.1 on the album chart with 'Little Stevie Wonder / The 12 Year Old Genius' and had the No.1 single...

Kristian Bjørn Jensen The re-mastered version of Fingertips Part 1&2 is sending thrills down my spine. Alvin Ailey used this track for Love Stories, and it was a roof-raiser in the Tivoli Gardens' concert hall in Copenhagen a few years ago :-) Talent!
Kevin Mitchell Michael Jorgensen, Mr Wonder was about 45 minutes late in starting the show. After he finally showed up, he played four songs within the span of an hour and the rest of the time I felt like I was at a Revival/ political rally. I did not pay $300 for tickets to hear his political and religious views. We got up and left the show after an hour.
Kathleen Enloe Athy when i was a teenager fingertips was so special we had a dance that we only did to fingertips! great memories! thanks stevie!
Tony Pacey Not forgetting this song was sampled on I Feel For You by Chaka and it also featured Marvin Gaye on drums 😎
Kevin Mitchell Ronnie Mondrey, I never said he didn't have the right to express his views. He certainly has that right as do you and I. However, I really don't give a flying s*** about his religious or political views, I came to hear music. He did not deliver what I paid for and I left. That is also my right as an American citizen. Get it?
Kevin Mitchell I'm not going to get in a back and forth with you. You are entitled to your views and entitled to spend your money as you choose. I also have that same entitlement. Thank you for the name calling. It exposes your level of maturity
Kevin Mitchell I was a Stevie Wonder fan until I attended one of his concerts
Brandon J. Comer Stevie Wonder, enough said!!
Adel Jakson The great artist too
Julie Herschthal Stevie Wonder was honored in 2009 as a Library of a Congress Gershwin Prize Honoree :)
Michael Jorgensen One of my favorite singer/songwriters and an incredible musician. Have seen him twice in concert and was amazed each time.
Thiago Johnson Barcelona love you Stevie Sir Duke,shelter in the rain and supertision are one of my favorite song
Mathew Chapman His surname is an understatement!!!
Sheila Wright we listened to the 45 over and over in Carl and Michaels bedroom
Henry Zukowski He used to be in some of those CA beach party movies, as a bar singer
Ronnie Mondrey Stevie is STILL THE MAN no matter what Kevin Mitchell thinks.
Ryan Bayne GREAT! The young genius made history in his prime 53 years ago.
Ramona Ramos He was one of my favorites
Luis Torres Looks like Jay Z on that picture
Jim Sullivan Everybody say yeah!
David Macoretta What a talent - luv Stevie
Janis Buckley Fingertips 👍
Dan Scandolera Matiu White there ya go haha good thing on ya birthday
Matiu White Yer boii
Roger Peters I hear he's good at blowjobs. LOL
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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

23rd Aug 1970, Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground performed together for the last time at the New York Club 'Max's Kansas City'. Reed worked as a typist for his father for the next two years, at $40 per week. Hear Lou Reed and John...

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Classic Album: Velvet Underground & Nico Part I. Hear Lou Reed and John Cale talking about the...
The Velvet Underground & Nico is the debut album by American band the Velvet Underground and vocal collaborator Nico, released in March 1967. The album would gain attention for its experimental performance sensibilities, as well as the focus on controversial subject matter expressed in many of its s...
Lee Elliott And I was there to hear it. Max's was my favorite hangout.
John Metres My first and favorite LP of all time
Peter Curran thanks
John Delong Lou you kool
James Turner J J Cale?
Anthony Wagstaffe Seminal
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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

23rd Aug 1980, David Bowie was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Ashes To Ashes' his second UK No.1. Taken from the Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) album, the song continued the story of Major Tom from Bowie's 'Space Oddity'. The video for...

Eddie McDermott Remember people thinking the old woman walking along the beach with David at the end of the video was actually his grandmother lol
Ed Lucas I had a friend dare me to do a cover of this earlier in the year. I'd never heard of it, and I was one of those people who had never really tried to get into DB's work and was in for a surprise when I did take in a number of albums. I spent February/March unpacking this and doing my own version, interrupted from being more complete thanks to having to move house. Alas. Enjoy.
Tony Fekkin Coleby What an oddity this single was. Bowie jumping on the new wave train he ended up help driving. B-sided by a cover of a track from the opposite end of the century.
Domenick Condello I remember when this album came out and it was the closest thing to Ziggy Stardust that he had done in years. It was different than anything else it came out that year. I wore that album out and had to get another one...
Carmel Rea And what a tune i remember the video well on the beach.
Daniel Paswaters Gotta Love David Bowie through and through no matter what years etc...😁 he is one of those artists that is always true to himself and serves the music! :-) that is rare these days... rest in peace David Bowie!...
Daniel Paswaters He always pushed the boundaries LOL he was always trippy enough for me to like :-) and I love all of his lyrics for the most part! Not to mention he wrote them himself or with other people that is a rarity these days hahaha
Jonathan David Harris Jay Alford hokie it ain't David Bowie was more than a singer songwriter ,he was an artist ,actor of enormous wealth .He had a personality that outshines anyone at all of today ..Saw him live brilliant ,brilliant I can only say .Ashes to ashes also starred the late Steve Strange of visage fame ..Please please watch him singing scared of Americans video .It's astonishing its hardly mentionied by anyone except me ,mega rare genius ,who worked with God in John Lennon ,oh sorry Queen as well .Sad also he performed with Marc Bolan on his last ever TV appearance in 1977 .Never see his like again ,plus he loved Iman his lovely wife as well .What a man who told the honours committee to fxxk off as well .🎤👏✌🗽.
Chris Jolly David Mallett directed the amazing video which was partly shot on Winchelsea beach!
Brad Johnson As a small kid, seeing this for the first time, it scared the hell out of me.
Peter Black You do not become famous by acting normal. We can see normal everyday......
Jeremy Walker With Steve Strange in the video..
George Nelson Do you remember a guy that's been In such an early song I heard a rumour from ground control Oh no don't say it's true
Peter Shiels Great performer seen him at Greens Playhouse and that wisnae yesterday'aladin sane'
Aidan Delaney Still got the 7" Not that disco re-mix though thankfully 😳
Jay Kuperman Hello ? Agent 99? ;-)
Jay Alford Great tune! The video seems A bit hokie now but was really amazing for that time.
Gordon Frantzreb We know Major Tom's a junkie
Mary Wilkie One of the all time greatest videos!
Gary Vicuna Great album, great video.
Muzz Mohamad Was Steve Strange of Visage in this video?
Peter Green 36 yrs young and still amazing
Warren Garrett The song that made me a Bowie fan for life...,,
Andy Birks I remember going & buying it from Mike Lloyds up Hanley Duck! 😝😝😝
Peter Curran had it on tape then cd
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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

23rd Aug 1967, Enjoying a wild birthday party Keith Moon drummer with The Who drove his Lincoln car into a Holiday Inn swimming pool. As the party had become out of control, the police were called to put an end to the festivities. Moon, ever...

Janie French Great drummer great band great music for 50 plus yrs! Our daughter was born on his birthday- moon and co wrote the classic song; long live rock;😭Keith would be 69 todaywhere one sentence summed the early who up with the line; we were the first band to vomit at the bar and find the distance to the stage too far!-
Jan Scholl Anytime we have to pick up someone at the airport, we drive by this hotel (no longer a Holiday Inn, sadly). Flint, Michigan---still crazy after all these years!
Andrew Mikula I remember Keith's personal account of it in a Rolling Stone interview years later. During the same incident he chipped his front tooth - really broke it -- after slipping on marzipan that had fallen to the floor in a Who food fight. This incident earned The Who a lifetime ban at Holiday Inns, which may have been a first for a rock group.
Bill Peters Top class skin-beater and one hell of a character. Remember seeing a picture of him in Melody Maker pounding the hell out of his drums with two cricket bats during a gig at The Oval in the early 70's.
Bob Donaldson Saw the who with Keith at COBO HALL on the Quadrophenia tour. Lynard Skynard was the opener. My best concert ever.
Edo van Heese Didn't he also drove a MiniCooper into a hotel lobby...
Phil Bryan One of the greatest percussionists ever to sit behind a kit.
Ernie Gartner Bell Boy, I got to get running now Bell Boy, keep my lip buttoned down Bell Boy, carry this baggage out Bell Boy, always running at someone's pleading heel…😀😀😀
Brian Bettridge That was Rock n Roll. RIP Keith Moon
John Harrison I thought he also put a Rolls Royce into his pool in UK.
Phil McEleney Such a waste. That was a great car.
Jay Nich Drove the bus the who was never the same, was a drumming mad man, GOAT
Anne Sheremeta Most high IQ people I know are fucking crazy and are typically very creative. Moon's IQ is the crazies!
Matt Ginsburg I saw him in 75 at the spectrum. Amazing drummer and band. The article is off by a decade
Pamela Walker Johnson
Rick Fadden Isn't that what helped bring the Ampher Car To Fruition
Rich Stoll Richard McKernan this article reminded me of you. Keith was one of a kind
Jim Wrenn Tricia, Louise, and Kathy: long ago in Michigan...
Tom Allen Peter C Cavanaugh on Facebook DJ in Flint at that time should have an interesting perspective on this.
Mathew Chapman Nicholas Chapman RnFnR !! The Who Not only awesome music - but fkn wild!!!
John P. Riley Moon the loon...
Becky Lee Moon the Loon
Robert Neill Rock on Keith RIP
Les Shifler 'Always running at someone's bleedin' heel.'
Michael Hellqvist Such a tragic person 👎👎
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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

To finish off our Supremes day, here is part 1 of our This Day in Music Radio Supremes special. Diana, Mary and Florence formed their first group the Primettes in Detroit and by 1961 they had signed to Motown, America's most successful independent record label....

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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

To celebrate The Supremes first No.1 with 'Where Did Our Love Go' on this day in 1964, We have 10 Supremes Songs You Must Listen To! Have look:

Sharon Crimmins Love the Supremes...💖
Rita Lane Me encantó este trío...siempre ❤
Aja Donald Russell I also love the J. Geils Band cover!
Michael Purpi the greatest girl group of all time
Dean Burleson Dumb picture , covering your faces up with coffee cups .
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This Day in MusicAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

22nd Aug 1964, The Supremes started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Where Did Our Love Go' the girl group's first No.1. Holland–Dozier–Holland had originally composed the song for The Marvelettes to record it who rejected the song, thinking...

Ron Arnette The song that got everyone 's attention and then what came after.... pure perfection! I 'm so glad Motown is the soundtrack of my life. What an exciting time!
Tracey Hardy Stoned love ,one of my favourites I played it over and over ,if you ever get to see a cover band called baby love go see them excellent ,look and sound like the real thing ,well they did to me ,
Rajohn-Zack Smith B4 Density's Child; Beyoncé, Kelly, and Michelle. There were The Supremes.
Theresa Tilton I first heard it as the newest tune being played on jukeboxes in Panama City, Florida.
Charlie Hernandez .....'My World is empty, without u babe' ...... Diana Ross was sensational
Andy Smyth Hey, Joe P, remember singing that in the hallway at Malverne HS?
Lori Green I liked them alot...but not as much as the Ronettes ;-)
Julie Herschthal Iconic image & song "Baby Baby Baby....."nothing came close to that original sound playing on AM radio that summer
Judy McKay These girls were class, talent along with beauty!
Georgia O'Hara I DO remember ! :)
Alan Denning Mmmm chocolate n honey deeeliciousness. A package of pop perfection
Edward Killebrew Amen Godbless
Merlin Zimmet Loved the Suprenes.
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Dothan Eagle with Fazoli's.August 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

Dothan native Bob Sirkis helped create Fazoli's Italian food chain.

Michael Starnes This will do well in Dothan.
Rachel DeLoney Hummel Guess what, GH GH!? One more reason to go to Dothan!
Becky James Good food with great prices!
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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

Records show Robinson to be a five-time convicted felon. More:

Callie McArdle It's crazy how some people can do things and still be walking the streets but you let some of us others do it and they would be trying to give us life without or death penalty or put us under the prison
Kristin Nicole But he keeps getting back out and he ain't the only smh pityful
Tony Reeder How is he not in prison?
Roy Johnson WHAT A WASTE
Donna Martin Smh!
Jason Adams Will he get a chance for six?
Johnny Jackson why not throw away key.
Rebecca Lindsey And this is caused by judges.
J.D. N Chris Hock He should be charged with one count of dead!
Paul Bryan And..........Why is he still alive????????
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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

The savings are expected to allow the county to give full time employees a one percent cost of living adjustment for the next fiscal year.

Tommy Lairmore So an employee that makes $30 per hour will get a 3 cent raise!!!
Chris Jerkins No mam, 30 cent.
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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

On Saturday, Sept. 24, the sixth annual Sickle Cell Walk-A-Thon will be held at the Westgate Park walking trail in Dothan. Details:

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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

McGregor said he’s seeking to rebuild VictoryLand to its former size. More:

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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

He is a fixture at Dothan High, arriving early and leaving long after the final bell sounds. He serves as a manager – and much more – for the Dothan football, basketball and tennis teams. More than all that, he's family. Details:

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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

Beleive it or not, she says her life does not revolve around studying. Find out her secret, here:

Thomas Gilbert I bet she knows how to spell believe.
Cricket Wireless - Dothan Congratz Serin!!!! 😀😀😀
Cricket Pwi Congratz Serin!!!!!!!!
Eli Henderson They definitely changed the ingredients of the sweet tea since my short stint there.
Myra Bostick Davis I saw her tonight on news. Amazing! Perfect score on ACT and she is High School Band Drum Majorette leader and she articulates well! And has her head on straight, values hard work and setting goals. Sounds like a good role model. Scholarships will be waiting for her. I'm proud of Jaylen too!
Caroline Stinson Deanna Olive Tucker did she go to Heard too? It's Rachel's sister!
Cheryl Tarrant Amazing!!
Martha Foy Congratulations!!
Caleb Collins Colby Collins cant let dhigh beat the view
Dazijah Jackson Latoya Jackson
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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

Mike Barefield is headed to runoff against Bob Bunting for mayor of Ozark.

Charles Davis The best candidate for Ozark was Andy Gilland. Just like America in 2008 & 2012 the sheeples got it wrong.
Tracy's Thoughts For informational purposes I monitored and read about dozens of the municipal elections that were held last night in Alabama. As always, reading some comments, you can see a great division in what the voters are looking for in a candidate. That's understandable and will always happen. It seems though that it comes to the "US vs THEM" far too often. Is it too late for these Cites, Counties, States and the Nation to truly be "WE the PEOPLE" anymore? I hope not! But it will take a little effort on each of our parts to get there...
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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

This week, Jim Cook's humor column measures up. More:

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Dothan EagleAugust 25th, 2016 at 6:26am

This is Angel, a 10-week-old gray beauty. Take one, or even two bundles of love home with you today. Details: