The album was tentatively titled The Passionate Journey and set for release in November 2000, with the first single scheduled for release in late September. Lopez revealed in August 2000: "I had a deadline, but then I went and did three movies. So I'd been writing it during the movies and getting it together. And now I'm in there recording i. Lopez eventually decided to name the album . o, which was a nickname her fans called her on the streets since the beginning of her career. She titled the album this as a homage to her fans, "My fans call me . o
Now and Then" (sometimes referred to as "I Don't Want to Lose You" or "Miss You") is an unfinished song by John Lennon, recorded in 1978 as a solo piano/vocal demo. After his death, it was considered as a third possible reunion single by his former band, the Beatles, for their 1995 autobiographical project The Beatles Anthology. Lennon wrote "Now and Then" in the late 1970s, around the same time as "Free as a Bird" and "Real Love".
another in a line of his generally solid if not overly exceptional albums highlighted by a couple standout cuts. " "Street Dreams"), who handle approximately half the album
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Kelley then embraced his deep country roots, signing with MCA Nashville and releasing the album Georgia Clay in 2011. That album’s title track became a substantial country hit, helping to expand his extraordinarily loyal, open-minded fan base, which has continued to embrace his music, even during his recent recording hiatus. I just did this acoustic tour, and I was so nervous about what attendance was gonna be like, because I hadn’t been out in so long, he explains. But we sold out 80 per cent of the shows
KELLEY: You also said, and I quote, "If it wasn't for the Midnight Marauders album, I would not playing jazz. I would not be interested in jazz, at al. MARTIN: Oh, yeah. Then see, oh, that's Lenny White on drums. You know what I'm saying? Ron Carter. That's - then it makes you want to go get those other records and just follow the lineage. KELLEY: So did you have that dynamic with your dad, where he was like, "Hip-hop's just jacking from everybody else?" MARTIN: Oh, definitely. And, "Oh that's Greg Phillinganes.
The New York Yankees considered hiring Kelley as their manager after the 1914 season. Kelley scouted for the Yankees in 1915 and 1916. Former teammate Wilbert Robinson, then manager of the Brooklyn Robins, hired Kelley and McGinnity to join his coaching staff for the 1926 MLB season
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|A2||Thoughts In Blue|
|A4||Can't Be Satisfied|
|A5||Somethin' Goin' Down|
|B1||Peepin' And Hidin'|
|B3||I'll Make You Sorrry|
|B4||Light Bulb Blues|
|B5||3 For Love|
|B6||What In The World|
|B7||I Got My Mojo Workin'|