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3. 1989

1989

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4. 1989

1989

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5. 1989

1989

Released 2008

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6. منى عبد الغني_يالا يا اصحاب 1989

منى عبد الغني_يالا يا اصحاب 1989

منى عبد الغني_يالا يا اصحاب من البوم حبينا 1989 جودة عالية

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7. فيروز -أهو ده اللى صار - من حفلة الصوت والضوء- القاهرة 1989 Fayrouz

  • Published: 2013-06-11T16:30:28Z
  • By Halimoz
فيروز -أهو ده اللى صار - من حفلة الصوت والضوء- القاهرة 1989 Fayrouz

أهو دا اللي صار و أدي اللي كان مالكش حق مالكش حق تلوم عليا تلوم عليا ازاي يا سيدنا و خير بلادنا ماهوش في ادنا قولي عن أشيا تفدنا و بعدها بقى لوم عليا مصر يا أم العجايب شعبك أصيل و الخصم عايب خلي بالك م الحبايب دول أنصار القضية بدال ما يشمت فينا حاسد إيدك في إيدي نقوم نجاهد احنا نبقى الكل واحد والأيادي تكون قويه

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9. 1989

1989

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10. Blues

Blues

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11. 1989

1989

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12. SUPERFRUIT - 1989

SUPERFRUIT - 1989

Superfruit's medley of Taylor Swift's 1989, as heard on this Superfruit YouTube video: http://youtu.be/segmq8LVoks Recorded and Mixed at Endless Noise by Grant Cornish Filmed at Endless Noise by Mary Catherine Finney Follow Endless Noise for more Behind-the-Scenes: http://www.twitter.com/endlessnoise http://www.facebook.com/endlessnoise http://www.instagram.com/endlessnoise Video Description: We LOVE the new Taylor Swift album so much, and couldn't decide on 1 song to cover....so we covered them all! :) Hope you enjoy! MERCHANDISE!!! http://sup3rfruit.myshopify.com FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/scomiche TWITTER @sup3rfruit http://www.twitter.com/sup3rfruit @scotthoying http://www.twitter.com/scotthoying @mitchgrassi http://www.twitter.com/mitchgrassi INSTAGRAM @sup3rfruit @scotthoying @mitchgrassi @wyatt_blue LOVE YALL! STAY FCUTE!

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14. OMG JAPAN: Rare & Experimental Japanese Pop (1980 - 1989)

OMG JAPAN: Rare & Experimental Japanese Pop (1980 - 1989)

A special mixtape courtesy of Listen To This!: http://www.listentothis.info Tracklisting / Liner Notes: http://www.self-titledmag.com/2015/10/09/listen-to-this-present-omg-japan-a-mixtape-of-experimental-japanese-music/

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15. Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs - Stay (From "Dirty Dancing") (100% MASTER ONLY/1989)

Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs - Stay (From

Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs were an American doo-wop/R&B vocal group, active during the late 1950s and early 1960s. Originally "The (Royal) Charms", the band changed its name to "The Gladiolas" in 1957 and then "The Excellos" in 1958, before finally settling on "The Zodiacs" in 1959. Williams was born April 26th, 1938 in Lancaster, South Carolina. He had his first experience with music in the church, where his mother and sister both performed. By the time he was six, Williams was performing regularly there. With his childhood friend Earl Gainey, Williams formed the gospel group... 'The Junior Harmonizers', but as rock 'n' roll and doo-wop became their primary interest, the Junior Harmonizers changed their name to 'The Royal Charms'. The Royal Charms and The Gladiolas... In addition to Williams and Gainey, The Royal Charms were made up of Willie Jones (baritone), William Massey (tenor, baritone, trumpet), and Norman Wade (bass). In the winter of 1956, while still in high school, Williams and his band traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to record for the Excello record label. At the time they were still going by the name 'The Royal Charms,' but the founder of Excello Records, Ernie Young, convinced them to change their name to 'The Gladiolas.' At the time, there were at least two other bands using the same name. The song "Little Darlin'" was a #11 hit on the R&B chart in 1957, but did not break the Billboard Hot 100's Top 40. However, when the song was covered by the Canadian group 'The Diamonds', it moved up to #2. Maurice Williams finished high school and while on the road with the band (after their station wagon broke down in Bluefield, West Virginia), the band came across a small car known as "The Zodiac" and the band changed their name -one last time, to, "Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs". Shortly thereafter, Henry Gatson replaced Earl Gainey. In the spring of 1959, Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs performed at the University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. Around that time, the group split and reformed. The members were then Williams, Gatson, Wiley Bennett, and Charles Thomas. Later, Little Willie Morrow along with Albert Hill were added. One month later, in the early summer of 1959, the band recorded in a Quonset Hut on Shakespeare Road in Columbia... The recording engineer, Homer Fesperman, recorded several tracks that the band had hoped would fetch them a hit... One of the last tracks that they recorded that day was "Stay," a song that Williams had written a couple of weeks before. After taking the demo of "Stay" to Al Silver at Herald Records in New York City, the song was pressed and released in early 1960. "Stay" is the shortest recording ever to reach Number One on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States - at 1:39, although the label read 1:50. Later versions of "Stay" recorded by The Four Seasons (1964), and Jackson Browne (1978) also reached the Top 20, each selling over one million copies in the United States alone. At the end of 1963, British band "The Hollies" covered "Stay", which gave the group their debut Top Ten hit single in the UK, peaking at #8. The inclusion of "Stay" on the soundtrack to the film "Dirty Dancing" in 1987 led to the song selling even more records than it had during its original release in 1960. A 1961 recording by "Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs", "May I", also released by Herald Records, eventually became another million selling record. Maurice Williams continued recording, touring, and releasing music through the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Maurice still tours, performing at over 150 show-dates per year and is still very active in the music industry. Lyrics: "Stay" Written by: Maurice Williams BMI Performed by: Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs

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16. 1989

1989

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18. Style - Taylor Swift (1989) Cover

Style - Taylor Swift (1989) Cover

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19. 1989

1989

Did this mix and wrote this write up in 2012. So I got this idea last year and I wanted to see if I could actually follow through with it the whole year. I wanted to do a Hip-Hop Yearbook. Starting with 1989, every month, release a new mix for a new year. Jan is 89, Feb is 90, etc. Now I know what I’m getting myself into with all the Hip-Hop nerds out there. You guys are gonna tear me apart (selection wise). “How did you not put ____ on the 1990 mix?!” I’m just picking songs that I currently have in my Serato, give me a break. I’m sure there’s gonna be songs that I’m missing, but fuck you. I’m doing the mix, NOT YOU! You’re also gonna say, “But that song wasn’t released in 89!” For example, “Fight the Power” was on Fear of a Black Planet and that came out in 1990. Yes, it was. It was also on the Do the Right Thing Soundtrack though, which was released in 1989. Anyway, enough explaining. I’ll post a new mix (hopefully) at the end of every month until the year is over with artwork by good folks over at So Much Soul. I’m starting with 1989, so that download link is below. Please feel free to pass along, blog, blast, or delete if you don’t like it. THANK YOU!

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