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Artist of the Week VI – Quiz #4

Exceptional Artist of the Week VI Series logo by Sarca @ caughtmegaming

2022 Artists of the Week (so far):

Bush, Katy Perry, Keith Richards

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My thanks to all who have participated in the “Artist of the Week” quizzes so far.

All are welcome to join at any time during the year.

Congrats to all those who correctly identified Keith Richards last week.

The results after 3 weeks (as of Thursday evening – results submitted after that time will be added to next week’s spreadsheet):

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Ready for Quiz #4?

Can it be all so simple?!

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Quiz Rules/Format
(Same as last year, feel free to skip to the quiz if you know the rules already)

Your Task: Name the mystery Artist, ideally with as few clues as possible.

Correctly guess the artist on the first clue? 500 points.

After scrolling down to the second clue? 400 points.

Still don’t know after the fifth clue? 0 points, but a crisp high-five for participating.

I’ll use google translate to put the correct answer at the bottom in Arabic (if you read Arabic, that’s fantastic, but no cheating by reading ahead!) and you can translate it back to the language of your choice to confirm your answer.

In the comments, please enter your POINTS earned (not the artist name) and I’ll keep track of the running totals in a spreadsheet.

In addition to eternal bragging rights, the winner at the end of the year may even get something as prestigious as a digital certificate.

Here goes!

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Artist of the Week #4
Record POINTS Earned (Not Artist Name) in the comments
(scroll down for additional clues)

For:

500 points………………..American group, formed in Staten Island in 1992.

Their debut studio album (with 36 Chambers in parentheses) is on the ‘1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die’ list.

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400 points……………….Many of the group’s members have also enjoyed critical & commercial success as solo artists, including GZA, Raekwon, Method Man…

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300 points……………………as well as Ghostface Killah and the late Ol’ Dirty Bastard.

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200 points………………..If you can guess the hip hop group on this puzzle clue, you’re Back in the Game!

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100 points………………..The group is the W__ – T____ C_____

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Answer:  وو تانغ عشيرة

(Please post your points earned in the comments section)

Thanks for playing!

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Verbalize the Positive

I’m pleased to own the 36 Chambers!

Artist of the Week VI – Quiz #3

Exceptional Artist of the Week VI Series logo by Sarca @ caughtmegaming

2022 Artists of the Week (so far):

Bush, Katy Perry

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My thanks to all who have participated in the “Artist of the Week” quizzes so far.

All are welcome to join at any time during the year.

Congrats to all those who correctly identified Katy Perry last week.

The results after 2 weeks (as of Friday evening – results submitted after that time will be added to next week’s spreadsheet):

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Ready for Quiz #3?

That makes me Happy!

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Quiz Rules/Format
(Same as last year, feel free to skip to the quiz if you know the rules already)

Your Task: Name the mystery Artist, ideally with as few clues as possible.

Correctly guess the artist on the first clue? 500 points.

After scrolling down to the second clue? 400 points.

Still don’t know after the fifth clue? 0 points, but a crisp high-five for participating.

I’ll use google translate to put the correct answer at the bottom in Arabic (if you read Arabic, that’s fantastic, but no cheating by reading ahead!) and you can translate it back to the language of your choice to confirm your answer.

In the comments, please enter your POINTS earned (not the artist name) and I’ll keep track of the running totals in a spreadsheet.

In addition to eternal bragging rights, the winner at the end of the year may even get something as prestigious as a digital certificate.

Here goes!

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Artist of the Week #3
Record POINTS Earned (Not Artist Name) in the comments
(scroll down for additional clues)

For:

500 points………………..British Guitarist/Songwriter/Occaisional lead vocalist, born in Dartford in 1943.

His solo studio albums include the titles Talk is Cheap (1988) and Main Offender (1992) & he released his memoir, Life, in 2010.

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400 points……………….With his usual group, he doesn’t usually provide lead vocals.

But when he does, such as on tracks like Happy, Before They Make Me Run, or You Got the Silver, one wonders why he doesn’t sing more often…

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300 points……………………Though seeing that over the years, he’s come up with the riffs for Satisfaction / Gimme Shelter / Paint it Black / etc., primarily focusing on the guitar has worked out reasonably well too!

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200 points………………..According to Wayne’s World 2 (and undoubtedly countless other memes suggesting that he’ll outlive us all), Mick Jagger’s songwriting partner cannot be killed by conventional weapons!

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100 points………………..The artist is K_____ R__________

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Answer:  كيث ريتشاردز

(Please post your points earned in the comments section)

Thanks for playing!

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Verbalize the Positive

I quite like his solo tune, Eileen!

Artist of the Week VI – Quiz #2

Exceptional Artist of the Week VI Series logo by Sarca @ caughtmegaming

2022 Artists of the Week (so far):

Bush

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My thanks to all who have participated in the “Artist of the Week” quizzes so far.

All are welcome to join at any time during the year.

Congrats to all those who correctly identified Bush (X) last week.

The results after 1 week (as of Last Friday Night – results submitted after that time will be added to next week’s spreadsheet):

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Ready for Quiz #2?

You’re gonna leave ’em all in awe, awe, awe!

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Quiz Rules/Format
(Same as last year, feel free to skip to the quiz if you know the rules already)

Your Task: Name the mystery Artist, ideally with as few clues as possible.

Correctly guess the artist on the first clue? 500 points.

After scrolling down to the second clue? 400 points.

Still don’t know after the fifth clue? 0 points, but a crisp high-five for participating.

I’ll use google translate to put the correct answer at the bottom in Arabic (if you read Arabic, that’s fantastic, but no cheating by reading ahead!) and you can translate it back to the language of your choice to confirm your answer.

In the comments, please enter your POINTS earned (not the artist name) and I’ll keep track of the running totals in a spreadsheet.

In addition to eternal bragging rights, the winner at the end of the year may even get something as prestigious as a digital certificate.

Here goes!

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Artist of the Week #2
Record POINTS Earned (Not Artist Name) in the comments
(scroll down for additional clues)

For:

500 points………………..American artist, born in California in 1984.

Over the course of her career, with albums such as Prism (2013), Witness (2017), and Smile (2020), she has sold over 143 million records.

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400 points……………….Looking for a fresh way to learn similes &/or antonyms? Look no further than one of this California Gurl‘s 2008 tracks, with the lyrics “You change your mind like a girl changes clothes…

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300 points……………………’Cause you’re hot then you’re cold, you’re yes then you’re no, you’re in then you’re out, you’re up then you’re down”

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200 points………………..If you haven’t you’ve guessed the artist by now, no worries, it’s Not The End of The World.

Though if you have, you are indeed a champion & I am prepared to hear you Roar accordingly!

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100 points………………..The artist is K_____ P_____

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Answer:  كاتي بيري

(Please post your points earned in the comments section)

Thanks for playing!

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Verbalize the Positive

In games of name that tune, I enjoy singing only the opening “you” lyric from Hot n Cold – and I’m always impressed when participants are able to immediately identify the singer & song right away!

Artist of the Week VI – Quiz #1

Exceptional Artist of the Week VI Series logo by Sarca @ caughtmegaming

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My thanks to all who have participated in the “Artist of the Week” quizzes in previous years.

This year, I’m excited to be hosting quizzes once again, to be published every Sunday morning at 12:01 a.m. E.S.T.

Welcome back to returning participants, welcome to new friends!

And my humongous thanks to Sarca for creating the exemplary logo to introduce this year’s series, Artist of the Week VI!

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Ready for Quiz #1?

Don’t let the days go by!

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Quiz Rules/Format
(Same as last year, feel free to skip to the quiz if you know the rules already)

Your Task: Name the mystery Artist, ideally with as few clues as possible.

Correctly guess the artist on the first clue? 500 points.

After scrolling down to the second clue? 400 points.

Still don’t know after the fifth clue? 0 points, but a crisp high-five for participating.

I’ll use google translate to put the correct answer at the bottom in Arabic (if you read Arabic, that’s fantastic, but no cheating by reading ahead!) and you can translate it back to the language of your choice to confirm your answer.

In the comments, please enter your POINTS earned (not the artist name) and I’ll keep track of the running totals in a spreadsheet.

In addition to eternal bragging rights, the winner at the end of the year may even get something as prestigious as a digital certificate.

Here goes!

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Artist of the Week #1
Record POINTS Earned (Not Artist Name) in the comments
(scroll down for additional clues)

For:

500 points………………..British band, formed in London in 1992.

Their 1994 debut album, Sixteen Stone, has sold over 20 million copies…

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400 points……………….and though their album sales figures have Comedown somewhat since then, Gavin Rossdale & co. are still active in 2022.

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300 points……………………Breathe in, Breathe out, Breathe in, Breathe out & try your luck at photo puzzle #1…

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200 points………………..or if the Little Things in the clues thus far have been too cryptic, here’s puzzle clue #2!

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100 points………………..The band is B_____ (X)*

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Answer:  بوش x

(Please post your points earned in the comments section)

Thanks for playing!

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Verbalize the Positive

*I appreciate that the ‘X’ legal dispute was resolved in a creative way: in exchange for donating $20,000 each to the Starlight Foundation and the Canadian Music Therapy Trust Fund, Gavin & the gang were allowed to release music in Canada sans le X!

Artist of the Week V – Final Standings

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Exceptional Artist of the Week V Series logo by Sarca @ caughtmegaming

2021 Artists of the Week:

Bruno Mars, Stone Temple Pilots, Carole King, 2Pac, “Weird” Al Yankovic, Sonic Youth, Lady Gaga, Lionel Richie, Kings of Leon, Kenny Rogers, Nina Simone, Alice in Chains, Neil Diamond, Cher, Nine Inch Nails, Phil Collins, Curtis Mayfield, Kelly Clarkson, Foo Fighters, The Roots, Bing Crosby, Hall & Oates, Drake, No Doubt, Buffalo Springfield, Keith Urban, The Velvet Underground, Destiny’s Child, Ozzy Osbourne, Crowded House, Brian Wilson, Fugees, Captain Beefheart, MC Hammer, Hole, The Mamas and the Papas, Pantera, Tori Amos, Sam Cooke, Moby, Yes, Missy Elliott, Pet Shop Boys, The Black Crowes, Ice-T, Adele, AC/DC, Emmylou Harris, The Band, The Beatles

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My thanks to all who have participated in the “Artist of the Week” quizzes this year.

Congrats to all those who correctly identified The Beatles last week.

The final standings after 50 weeks:

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And much like the unnecessary statistical analysis from year one, two, three, and four, here are the gratuitous charts & graphs for year five!

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Verbalize the Positive

Stay safe & enjoy the holidays!

Artist of the Week V – Quiz #50

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Exceptional Artist of the Week V Series logo by Sarca @ caughtmegaming

2021 Artists of the Week (so far):

Bruno Mars, Stone Temple Pilots, Carole King, 2Pac, “Weird” Al Yankovic, Sonic Youth, Lady Gaga, Lionel Richie, Kings of Leon, Kenny Rogers, Nina Simone, Alice in Chains, Neil Diamond, Cher, Nine Inch Nails, Phil Collins, Curtis Mayfield, Kelly Clarkson, Foo Fighters, The Roots, Bing Crosby, Hall & Oates, Drake, No Doubt, Buffalo Springfield, Keith Urban, The Velvet Underground, Destiny’s Child, Ozzy Osbourne, Crowded House, Brian Wilson, Fugees, Captain Beefheart, MC Hammer, Hole, The Mamas and the Papas, Pantera, Tori Amos, Sam Cooke, Moby, Yes, Missy Elliott, Pet Shop Boys, The Black Crowes, Ice-T, Adele, AC/DC, Emmylou Harris, The Band

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My thanks to all who have participated in the “Artist of the Week” quizzes so far.

Congrats to all those who correctly identified The Band last week.

The results after 49 weeks (as of Friday evening – results submitted after that time will be added to next week’s spreadsheet):

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Ready for Quiz #50?

We’ve reached The End!

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Quiz Rules/Format
(Same as last year, feel free to skip to the quiz if you know the rules already)

Your Task: Name the mystery Artist, ideally with as few clues as possible.

Correctly guess the artist on the first clue? 500 points.

After scrolling down to the second clue? 400 points.

Still don’t know after the fifth clue? 0 points, but a crisp high-five for participating.

I’ll use google translate to put the correct answer at the bottom in Arabic (if you read Arabic, that’s fantastic, but no cheating by reading ahead!) and you can translate it back to the language of your choice to confirm your answer.

In the comments, please enter your POINTS earned (not the artist name) and I’ll keep track of the running totals in a spreadsheet.

In addition to eternal bragging rights, the winner at the end of the year may even get something as prestigious as a digital certificate.

Here goes!

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Artist of the Week #50
Record POINTS Earned (Not Artist Name) in the comments
(scroll down for additional clues)

For:

500 points………………..British band, with a heptad of albums the 1001 list.

One of which features my personal favourite tune by the group:

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400 points……………….Didn’t get the name on the first clue? Not to worry, la la la la life goes on!

Another of their 1001-listed albums features an exceptional side 2 medley, including the tracks below:

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300 points……………………Even if you searched all Across the Universe, looking Here, There, and Everywhere, would you find another group where all the members are so widely known by their first names?

Even when translated to Spanish (Juan, Pablo, Jorge, y Ringo)?

Or perhaps Finnish (Juho, Paavali, Yrjö, ja Ringo)?

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200 points………………..In My Life, I’m not sure if another group will ever top ‘The White Album.’

And With a little help from my photo clues, hopefully this week’s artist name will materialise!

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100 points………………..The band is The B________

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Answer:  البيتلز

(Please post your points earned in the comments section)

Thanks for playing!

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Verbalize the Positive

Thank you all for playing – stay tuned next week for the usual year-end unnecessarily detailed statistical analysis!

Artist of the Week V – Quiz #49

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Exceptional Artist of the Week V Series logo by Sarca @ caughtmegaming

2021 Artists of the Week (so far):

Bruno Mars, Stone Temple Pilots, Carole King, 2Pac, “Weird” Al Yankovic, Sonic Youth, Lady Gaga, Lionel Richie, Kings of Leon, Kenny Rogers, Nina Simone, Alice in Chains, Neil Diamond, Cher, Nine Inch Nails, Phil Collins, Curtis Mayfield, Kelly Clarkson, Foo Fighters, The Roots, Bing Crosby, Hall & Oates, Drake, No Doubt, Buffalo Springfield, Keith Urban, The Velvet Underground, Destiny’s Child, Ozzy Osbourne, Crowded House, Brian Wilson, Fugees, Captain Beefheart, MC Hammer, Hole, The Mamas and the Papas, Pantera, Tori Amos, Sam Cooke, Moby, Yes, Missy Elliott, Pet Shop Boys, The Black Crowes, Ice-T, Adele, AC/DC, Emmylou Harris

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My thanks to all who have participated in the “Artist of the Week” quizzes so far.

Congrats to all those who correctly identified Emmylou Harris last week.

The results after 48 weeks (as of Thursday evening – results submitted after that time will be added to next week’s spreadsheet):

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Ready for Quiz #49?

And I do believe it’s time!

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Quiz Rules/Format
(Same as last year, feel free to skip to the quiz if you know the rules already)

Your Task: Name the mystery Artist, ideally with as few clues as possible.

Correctly guess the artist on the first clue? 500 points.

After scrolling down to the second clue? 400 points.

Still don’t know after the fifth clue? 0 points, but a crisp high-five for participating.

I’ll use google translate to put the correct answer at the bottom in Arabic (if you read Arabic, that’s fantastic, but no cheating by reading ahead!) and you can translate it back to the language of your choice to confirm your answer.

In the comments, please enter your POINTS earned (not the artist name) and I’ll keep track of the running totals in a spreadsheet.

In addition to eternal bragging rights, the winner at the end of the year may even get something as prestigious as a digital certificate.

Here goes!

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Artist of the Week #49
Record POINTS Earned (Not Artist Name) in the comments
(scroll down for additional clues)

For:

500 points………………..Canadian-American (partial CanCon!) group, featuring Garth Hudson & Richard Manuel, with a pair of albums on the 1001 list: Music from Big Pink (1968)…

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400 points……………….and their eponymous ‘Brown’ album (1969), featuring the Levon Helm-lead vocal tracks, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down & Up On Cripple Creek

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300 points……………………This collection of musicians also appeared on the 1001 list as Bob Dylan’s electric backing band (The Hawks) on The Bootleg Series Vol. 4: Bob Dylan Live 1966, The “Royal Albert Hall” Concert

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200 points………………..For such a simple group name, perhaps the most unnecessarily complex equation yet!

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100 points………………..The band is The B____

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Answer:  الفرقة

(Please post your points earned in the comments section)

Thanks for playing!

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Verbalize the Positive

The ‘Brown’ album is yet another reason why 1969 might be the best calendar year for music!

The Beatles – The Beatles (1968)

[Album 1001/1001]

Do you remember your first blog post?

Mine was written back on November 30, 2011.

It’s funny reading it 10 years later.

According to past-me, on the eve of his 30th birthday, this was the vision/plan for the decade!

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As the saying goes, 1-2-skip a few-1000-1001.

As a running enthusiast, I pictured covering approximately 100 albums per year; with 1001 albums, it’s a marathon, not a sprint.

After all, the #1 rule of long distance running? Don’t go out too fast.

With that in mind, I’m delighted that past-me gleefully ignored that advice and came flying out of the gates!

After a bit of a year 3/4 slow-down, it took some hustle to hit the halfway mark (500.5 album reviews) at the domain name halfway mark (5 years).

And it’s worth noting that I use the word album “review” loosely. I’ve started to observe that over the years, the posts have had less & less critical analysis and more & more venn diagrams / vintage hockey / simpsons references!

In any event, here we are, at the end of the ‘1001 albums you must hear before you die’ list.

Like the Vanessa Williams ballad, I went and Saved the Best for Last.

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“$1 for eternal happiness? I’d be happier with the dollar.”
– Mr. Burns (The Simpsons, S8 E7)

In the early 2000s, I was able to turn $1 into eternal happiness.

It’s unfathomable now, but somehow, at that point in time, one could procure a copy of The Beatles (the double LP ‘white album’) for a cool 99¢.

My folks had the record, so even before purchasing my own copy of the album, it was already my favourite.

And I’m having a hard time picturing a sliding doors situation where I’d be any happier, finding an alternate timeline that would possibly yield a better return on my $0.99 investment.

Such a scenario just doesn’t exist.

But to paraphrase The Reasons by The Weakerthans, I’m so glad that the white album does.

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Even if the financial investment was minimal, with favourite albums, the emotional investment is off the charts.

Which means that it’s difficult to consolidate feelings about & experiences with the record into anything resembling rational thoughts.

How does one isolate ‘highlights’ from an album where every second, however flawed or imperfect, is essential in making the record what it is?

I cannot.

However, what I can say is this:

When I started the 1001 albums project, it was primarily because I had a lot of depth in my music collection (owning just about every note recorded by my favourite artists) but very little breadth.

Essentially, I liked what I knew.

So it was important to me to explore different sounds / genres / eras and I’m very grateful that I’ve had the opportunity to do so.

But after a decade of requisite listens, these days when listening recreationally, while some previously-new-to-me-gems find their way into the rotation, I inevitably end up gravitating to my old favourites.

I know what I like.

And I both know & like The Beatles, by The Beatles, best of all.

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Overall, The Beatles is perhaps the ideal metaphor for the ‘1001 Albums.’

Some might say it would benefit from some editing; heated arguments could be made for the inclusion/removal of certain moments.

It’s all over the map, a mishmash of styles.

Some widely known recordings, others considerably less so.

Hearing once is insufficient; listeners are rewarded upon repeated listens.

Perhaps not the ‘best’ but undeniably significant.

And while fortunate enough to still be on earth, it’s something that simply must be heard.

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Verbalize the Positive

Do you have a favourite speech ever?

I think mine might have to be André 3000’s acceptance speech at the 2004 Grammy Awards.

Upon winning Best Rap Album, he walked to the microphone, said “thank you” and off he went.

Inspired by that conciseness…to all family / friends / community / visitors / readers / commenters / people who have loaned me music that I have wonderful intentions of returning at some point in the not too distant future / everyone & anyone who has generously given their time, energy, and attention to participate in this journey:

Thank you!

1 album in 1 day!

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I started the 1001albumsin10years project on December 1st, 2011.

So theoretically, given the domain name, I should be up to album 1001/1001 by December 1st of this year.

So at album # 1000/1001, I’ve still got 1 day to complete the project!

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As was the case for my firstsecondthirdfourthfifthsixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth year-in-review posts, the annual summary of my favourites from the past year.

Enjoy!

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The Top Songs & Albums of Year 10

1950s:
alas, I finished the ’50s in Year 8!

1960s:
Album – The Pretty Things, SF Sorrow
Song – The Velvet Underground, The Gift

1970s:
Album – Gram Parsons, Grievous Angel
Song – Yes, Roundabout

1980s:
Album – Violent Femmes, Violent Femmes
Song – Billy Bragg, Greetings to the New Brunette

1990s:
Album – Slint, Spiderland
Song – Shack, Natalie’s Party

2000s:
Album – Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Abattoir Blues / The Lyre of Orpheus
Song – Mylo, Destroy Rock & Roll

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Verbalize the Positive

My vision for after album #1001?

No idea & that’s actually somewhat exciting!

Artist of the Week V – Quiz #48

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Exceptional Artist of the Week V Series logo by Sarca @ caughtmegaming

2021 Artists of the Week (so far):

Bruno Mars, Stone Temple Pilots, Carole King, 2Pac, “Weird” Al Yankovic, Sonic Youth, Lady Gaga, Lionel Richie, Kings of Leon, Kenny Rogers, Nina Simone, Alice in Chains, Neil Diamond, Cher, Nine Inch Nails, Phil Collins, Curtis Mayfield, Kelly Clarkson, Foo Fighters, The Roots, Bing Crosby, Hall & Oates, Drake, No Doubt, Buffalo Springfield, Keith Urban, The Velvet Underground, Destiny’s Child, Ozzy Osbourne, Crowded House, Brian Wilson, Fugees, Captain Beefheart, MC Hammer, Hole, The Mamas and the Papas, Pantera, Tori Amos, Sam Cooke, Moby, Yes, Missy Elliott, Pet Shop Boys, The Black Crowes, Ice-T, Adele, AC/DC

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My thanks to all who have participated in the “Artist of the Week” quizzes so far.

Congrats to all those who correctly identified AC (lightning bolt) DC last week.

The results after 47 weeks (as of Wednesday evening – results submitted after that time will be added to next week’s spreadsheet):

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Ready for Quiz #48?

Please refrain from Telling Me Lies!

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Quiz Rules/Format
(Same as last year, feel free to skip to the quiz if you know the rules already)

Your Task: Name the mystery Artist, ideally with as few clues as possible.

Correctly guess the artist on the first clue? 500 points.

After scrolling down to the second clue? 400 points.

Still don’t know after the fifth clue? 0 points, but a crisp high-five for participating.

I’ll use google translate to put the correct answer at the bottom in Arabic (if you read Arabic, that’s fantastic, but no cheating by reading ahead!) and you can translate it back to the language of your choice to confirm your answer.

In the comments, please enter your POINTS earned (not the artist name) and I’ll keep track of the running totals in a spreadsheet.

In addition to eternal bragging rights, the winner at the end of the year may even get something as prestigious as a digital certificate.

Here goes!

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Artist of the Week #48
Record POINTS Earned (Not Artist Name) in the comments
(scroll down for additional clues)

For:

500 points………………..American singer-songwriter, born in Alabama in 1947.

Fittingly, she makes a Trio of appearances on the 1001 list: With her major label debut, Pieces of the Sky (1975), with her Grammy-winning album from the year 2000, Red Dirt Girl, and…

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400 points……………….with the album, Trio, her 1987 collaborative album with Dolly Parton & Linda Ronstadt, featuring tracks like Those Memories of You, To Know Him is to Love Him, and Wildflowers

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300 points……………………She also provided vocals on almost all of the tracks from the 1974 Gram Parsons album, Grievous Angel

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200 points………………..In an unnecessarily complex equation, (Auntie ___ + music note + 1/2 of apparel company name) + Actor Ed ________!

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100 points………………..The artist is E_________ H________

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Answer: إيما لو هاريس

(Please post your points earned in the comments section)

Thanks for playing!

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Verbalize the Positive

She went 3 for 3 with her albums on the 1001 list, all keepers!