- (The Wedding Song) David Bowie's "The Wedding Song" appears on his 1993
album, Black Tie White Noise in two forms, first as an instrumental titled "The
Wedding" and then in its shortened, lyrical version, "The Wedding Song". The
instrumental opens the album, while the lyrical version ends it.
- The highest or uppermost point, part, or surface of something
- The leaves, stems, and shoots of a plant, esp. those of a vegetable grown
for its root
- exceed: be superior or better than some standard; "She exceeded our
expectations"; "She topped her performance of last year"
- top(a): situated at the top or highest position; "the top shelf"
- The end of something that is furthest from the speaker or a point of
- the upper part of anything; "the mower cuts off the tops of the grass"; "the
title should be written at the top of the first page"
- hundred: being ten more than ninety
- hundred: ten 10s
- Year 100 BC was a year of the pre-Julian calendar.
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It's a shame that only
one side of Elvis' multi-faceted talent is remembered 25 years on from his death
but there is so much more to the millennium's greatest performer than garish
jump suits and shaky legs. The 50 Greatest Love Songs reminds us what a great
singer Presley was; coming from the heart with more feeling and passion than
most could ever imagine, all 50 of these songs are classics of the last four
decades. The double disc set includes all the up-tempo standards like the
incredible "Suspicious Minds", "I just can't help believin'" and "Always On My
Mind" plus the Dusty Springfield signature tune "You Don't Have to Say You Love
Me". Also included are some of his older works from before and during the cinema
years like "Good Luck Charm", "Love Me Tender" and "Old Shep". So no blue shoes,
no sequinned jump suits, just the king singing about life, love and heartache.
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"Closer," written by Ne-Yo and produced by
Stargate, is the first single from Ne-Yo's upcoming third album, YEAR OF THE
GENTLEMAN, set to arrive in stores June 24th. It is the follow-up to Because Of
You (released May 2007), which received this year's Grammy Award for Best
Contemporary R&B Album, and In My Own Words (February 2006) - both of which
debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 and R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.
addition to his Contemporary R&B Album award, Ne-Yo earned four other Grammy
nominations this year, including two for his collaboration with Rihanna, "Hate
That I Love You" (which he co-wrote), namely Best R&B Song and Best R&B
Performance Duo/Group; as well as Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for his #2
hit "Because Of You"; and Record of the Year for Beyonce's "Irreplaceable"
(which he co-produced). Ne-Yo's Grammy recognition followed up the UK's 13th
annual MOBO (Music Of Black Origin) Awards in September 2007 - the only
televised European Awards Show solely dedicated to urban music and culture - at
which he won for Best Song ("Because Of You") and Best R&B Act.
RIAA platinum debut album In My Own Words was nominated for a Grammy as Best
Contemporary R&B Album. It spun off three chart-topping hits, starting
late-2005 with his debut Def Jam single, the #1 Grammy-nominated "So Sick,"
followed by "When You're Mad" and "Sexy Love." Ne-Yo capped 2006 as Male
R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year at the Billboard Music Awards. At the The
21st Annual Soul Train Music Awards in February 2007, Ne-Yo won the Coca-Cola
Award for Best R&B/Soul or Rap new Artist for "Sexy Love."
mark of the skilful Lothario is the one who knows to always tell his lover what
she wants to hear, surely Def Jam’s R&B sensation Ne-Yo--aka Los Angeles
singer-songwriter Shaffer Chimere Smith--is one of the greatest of them all. On
his third album, Year of the Gentleman, Chimere channels his hitmaking talents
into a suite of R&B songs that are more respectful than rampant in their
approach to the romancing. “Single" is a song that reaches out to all the lonely
girls, Ne-Yo promising, “I'll be your boyfriend til the song goes off," while
the Stargate-produced “Miss Independent," lit up by neon synthesizers, suggests
Smith isn't too concerned with his own machismo to test out flipping the
traditional gender roles, serenading a girl who's a player in her own right:
“Everything she got, you bet she bought it." The album is at its best with the
central, two-song movement of “Why Does She Stay" and “Fade Into the
Background"--the former finding Ne-Yo questioning his own neglectful nature over
a backdrop of shimmering keys, the latter a sombre piece that finds our narrator
accepting the news that his lover has found another with a rare, heart-rending
magnanimity. --Louis Pattison