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4. Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You
5. Madonna Vogue
6. Sir Mix-A-Lot Baby Got Back
8. TLC Waterfalls
10. Sinead O’Connor Nothing Compares 2 U
13. Dr. Dre (featuring Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang
14. Mariah Carey Vision of Love
16. MC Hammer U Can’t Touch This
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JEFFREY OSBORNE'S NEW ALBUM IS A JAZZ GREAT
It’s been a mixed year of musical accomplishments and personal loss for Jeffrey Osborne.
The Legendary R&B singer, saw his first jazz album debut at No. 1 on the contemporary charts in January. But just a few months later, Osborne lost one of his longest and closest collaborators, musician/producer George Duke.
Duke, the jazz keyboard great — who worked with everyone from Stanley Clarke to Michael Jackson — died in August, leaving Osborne’s latest LP, A Time for Love, as his swan song.
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Ever wonder what some of your favorite 80's bands meant?
The name "UB40" was selected in reference to the signing-on document issued to people claiming unemployment benefit from the UK government's Department of Health and Social Security (DHSS) at the time of the band's formation. The designation UB40 stood for Unemployment Benefit, Form 40.
Few people knew, or rather remember, that
Madonna and Prince actually recorded a song together.
Take a listen.