4/9/18: Edwin Starr “War”

There’s an interesting story behind today’s song! It was written by Norman Whitfield, who penned some fairly edgy tunes with blatant social commentary back in the day.

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4/10/18: Bonnie Raitt “I Can’t Make You Love Me”

It’s one of the saddest songs you’re ever going to hear, but it’s also one of the most beautiful. People tell me all the time they can’t help shedding a tear – or at least getting choked up – every time they hear it.

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4/11/18: Redbone “Come and Get Your Love” 

I’ve got a really catchy tune in my head this morning! It’s “Come and Get Your Love” from the funky Native American rock band “Redbone!”

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4/12/18: Stevie Wonder “I Wish” 

The first words that ran through my mind this morning were “Lookin’ back on when I was a little nappy-headed boy” accompanied by a bouncing bassline and some shining brass. I never was a “little nappy-headed boy,” but I do love the song that line comes from!

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4/13/18: The Rascals “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long”

Back in the ‘60s, around the middle of the decade, a phenomenal band called The Young Rascals emerged from New Jersey and made a big splash in the music scene.

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