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'Grammys' hits a sour note in ratings (Dinosaur Media DeathWatch™)
Media Life ^ | February 11, 2008 | Toni Fitzgerald

Posted on 02/11/2008 11:12:07 AM PST by abb

After the star-less Golden Globes and People’s Choice Awards took a ratings hit last month, Hollywood glittered bright during last night’s Grammy Awards, with big names like Beyonce, Kanye West and Amy Winehouse performing.

The result, however, wasn’t quite the post-strike celebration that carrier CBS may have hoped for.

From 8 to 11 p.m. the Grammys averaged a 6.9 adults 18-49 rating, according to Nielsen overnights, down 17 percent from last year’s 8.3 final rating. That may be the lowest-rated Grammys in at least a decade, though the numbers could change when final ratings are released.

Fast nationals measure timeslot and not actual program data.

Among total viewers, the Grammys averaged 18.2 million, down from 20 million last year and potentially the third-least-watched ever, behind 17 million in 2006 and 17.3 million in 1995.

The 2006 telecast aired opposite “American Idol,” prompting organizers to move the show to Sunday last year. Last night, the Grammys still faced stiff competition from ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,” which averaged a 6.1 at 9 p.m.

But the strike may still be sapping the broadcast networks’ strength. The writers agreed not to boycott the show as a goodwill gesture during negotiations with producers, but the strike has already led to a decline in ratings for the networks.

CBS, which is just now launching its midseason schedule, has been especially hard hit, airing mainly low-rated reruns the past few weeks with little scripted fare, meaning it didn’t have a big platform to promote the show. Last year CBS carried the Super Bowl and had a great place to promote the upcoming awards.

Still, even a down Grammys produce big ratings. CBS led the night among viewers 18-49 with a 5.8 average overnight rating and a 14 share. ABC was second at 4.3/10, Fox third at 3.2/8, NBC fourth at 2.1/5, Univision fifth at 1.1/3 and CW sixth at 0.3/1.

At 7 p.m. Fox was first with a 3.2 for its final hour of coverage of the NFL Pro Bowl, followed by ABC with a 3.0 for “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” CBS was third with a 2.5 for “60 Minutes,” NBC fourth with a 1.3 for a repeat of “American Gladiators,” Univision fifth with a 1.1 for “Hora Pico” and “Chavo Animado,” and CW sixth with a 0.3 for “CW Now” (0.3) and a repeat of “Everybody Hates Chris.”

CBS took over at 8 p.m. with a 6.8 for its first hour of the Grammys, with ABC second with a 4.8 for its first hour of “Home Edition.” Fox was third with a 2.9 average for a repeat of “The Simpsons” and a new “King of the Hill” (2.8), NBC fourth with a 1.5 for another “American Gladiators” repeat, Univision fifth with a 1.1 average for the special “Gran Noche de los Guapos” and the start of “5 Magnificos,” and CW sixth with a 0.4 for repeats of “Everybody Hates Chris” and “Aliens in America.”

At 9 p.m. CBS led again with a 7.2 for the Grammys, while ABC finished second again with a 6.1 for its second hour of “Home Edition.” Fox was third with a 3.3 for an hour of “Family Guy” repeats, NBC fourth with a 2.3 for its first hour of “100 Most Outrageous Moments,” Univision fifth with a 1.2 for “Magnificos” and CW sixth with a 0.3 for repeats of “Girlfriends” and “The Game.”

And CBS finished the night in the lead at 10 p.m. with a 6.6 for more Grammys coverage, followed by NBC with a 3.3 for the second half of “Moments.” ABC was third with a 3.1 for “Brothers & Sisters” and Univision fourth with a 1.3 for its last hour of “Magnificos.”

Among households, CBS was first for the night with a 10.3 average overnight rating and a 16 share. ABC was second at 7.2/11, Fox third at 4.5/7, NBC fourth at 3.4/5, Univision fifth at 1.3/2 and CW sixth at 0.7/1.


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1 posted on 02/11/2008 11:12:25 AM PST by abb
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To: 04-Bravo; aimhigh; andyandval; Arizona Carolyn; backhoe; Bahbah; bert; bilhosty; Caipirabob; ...

ping


2 posted on 02/11/2008 11:13:31 AM PST by abb (The Dinosaur Media: A One-Way Medium in a Two-Way World)
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To: abb

Yep, I am hoping they will take all of the off the air as I am sick of the celebs slobbering all over each other.


3 posted on 02/11/2008 11:14:11 AM PST by freekitty (Give me back my conservative vote.)
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To: abb

Didn’t waste my time watching any of it.

I heard Aretha was big, though....


4 posted on 02/11/2008 11:15:37 AM PST by ButThreeLeftsDo (Blessed be the LORD my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight.)
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To: abb
Huh. Go figure.

The majority of Americans have better things to do with their time than to watch leftist musicians pat each other on the back.

5 posted on 02/11/2008 11:16:32 AM PST by TChris ("if somebody agrees with me 70% of the time, rather than 100%, that doesn’t make him my enemy." -RR)
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To: abb

What’s a grammy? :) We watched a rerun of We Were Soldiers even though I have it on DVD.


6 posted on 02/11/2008 11:16:47 AM PST by Resolute Conservative
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To: abb

Tina Turner was the highlight of the show, as was Aretha with the full gospel choir. The sang a song that said, ‘praise Jesus Christ’- I couldn’t believe I was watching CBS.


7 posted on 02/11/2008 11:16:47 AM PST by rintense (You don't advance conservatism by becoming mMore styore liberal. Piss off McCain and Huck!)
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To: All

The music industry keeps sinking.

So much crappy music....so many non-talents. Hip hop and rap are basically talent-less forms of “music”

And without the Walking Gang Bang Amy Winehouse doing lines (and God knows what else) back in England....the recent fad-star wasnt there

The music industry is dead


8 posted on 02/11/2008 11:17:24 AM PST by UCFRoadWarrior (UCFRW On McCain: "You can remove the stink-shooter from a skunk's butt....but it's still a skunk")
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To: abb

Rehab yeah yeah yeah....

When that girl gets best artist... we are in trouble.


9 posted on 02/11/2008 11:18:09 AM PST by JFC
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To: ButThreeLeftsDo

10 posted on 02/11/2008 11:19:12 AM PST by PBRSTREETGANG
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To: abb

You don’t like music either eh? What a humdrum life it must be...


11 posted on 02/11/2008 11:19:56 AM PST by Borges
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To: PBRSTREETGANG

Like I said........


12 posted on 02/11/2008 11:20:06 AM PST by ButThreeLeftsDo (Blessed be the LORD my strength, which teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight.)
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To: abb

Oh? The Grammy’s were on? Thought the writer’s strike canceled everything.


13 posted on 02/11/2008 11:20:21 AM PST by kingu (Party for rent - conservative opinions not required.)
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To: PBRSTREETGANG

That woman is eating her way to the grave.


14 posted on 02/11/2008 11:21:11 AM PST by Borges
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To: rintense

“I couldn’t believe I was watching CBS.”
Same here, especially when I saw the large cross in the background.


15 posted on 02/11/2008 11:22:21 AM PST by duckman (I refuse to use a tag line...I mean it.)
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To: abb
with big names like Beyonce, Kanye West and Amy Winehouse performing.

Who?

16 posted on 02/11/2008 11:22:40 AM PST by Rummyfan (Iraq: it's not about Iraq anymore, it's about the USA!)
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To: Rummyfan

Those names are hugh and series!


17 posted on 02/11/2008 11:24:29 AM PST by Borges
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To: abb
At least XXX-42 lost the best spoken word album award. Unfortuneately it was to Obama.

The Audacity of Hope : Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream - Barack Obama
Celebrations - Maya Angelou
Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World - Bill Clinton
Sunday Mornings in Plains: Bringing Peace to a Changing World - Jimmy Carter
Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself - Alan Alda

Hmmm, Obama, Angelou, Clinton, Carter or Alda. What a field.

18 posted on 02/11/2008 11:25:01 AM PST by KarlInOhio (Rattenschadenfreude: joy at a Democrat's pain, especially Hillary's pain caused by Obama.)
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To: Resolute Conservative
Flipping channles prior to the start of SAVING PRIVATE RYAN I came across VH-1 or E! and they were interviewing some rapper, wearing a t-shirt with the word ni**ers emblazoned in large print across the front. How uplifting....
19 posted on 02/11/2008 11:25:23 AM PST by Rummyfan (Iraq: it's not about Iraq anymore, it's about the USA!)
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To: JFC

Even worse than “Rehab” was that crapfest “Hey There Delilah” was nominated for song of the year. I switched the channel after seeing that.


20 posted on 02/11/2008 11:25:55 AM PST by VA_Gentleman (Doing my part to prove that global warming is a hoax.)
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To: abb; qam1

I actually enjoyed the first couple hours of The Grammy’s.

I especially liked mixing The Time with Rihanna, although Jerome is still off pouting in the corner somewhere.

Kanye’s song about his mother was good too.

And the tribute to Pavarotti was sweet...even though I dont listen to that type of music.... I turned it off at 11pm though.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPxOuUL98cc Bocelli and Groban


21 posted on 02/11/2008 11:27:20 AM PST by BurbankKarl
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To: KarlInOhio

Each one of those nominations is more laughable than the previous! Clinton on giving? Maya Angelou’s babble? The Audacity of Hope? Ha!


22 posted on 02/11/2008 11:27:54 AM PST by Rummyfan (Iraq: it's not about Iraq anymore, it's about the USA!)
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To: kingu

the writers lost the strike, are going back to work Wednesday


23 posted on 02/11/2008 11:28:02 AM PST by BurbankKarl
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To: duckman

Ditto. I never watch the Grammys but I knew Rush was up for one and I kind of dig the Foo Fighters and they had John Paul Jones from Zep with them last night conducting an orchestra.

So we watched the entire mess unfold on TV. I was very happy to see Herbie Hancock get album of the year. He deserves it...he is a true musical talent...of course he paid tribute to Obama by saying “Yes...we...can...” about having change in music and awards going to someone else other than pop and r&b.

The Will.am.i crap was dumb and his stupid Obama song that he is trying to have spread like fire on the net.

What I loved was Vince Gill calling out Kanye West “I just had a Grammy handed to me by a Beatle...you ever have that happen to you Kanye?”

It was a total call out...and the crowd loved it after Kanye pulled a full tantrum on stage earlier about “owning the place and the awards”, Usher called out Kanye as well with Quincy Jones before album of the year was announced saying “Remember...nobody is a loser on this list Kanye”

Kanye West could be the biggest ego-maniac music has seen in quite some time. His performance was great though and I am not even a fan.


24 posted on 02/11/2008 11:28:47 AM PST by My Favorite Headache (Our memories remind us, Maybe road life's not so bad...)
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To: Borges
You don’t like music either eh? What a humdrum life it must be...

Oh no. Absolutely love rock & roll. I travel a lot in my work and I know all the good FM stations in the South. I like 60's, 70's and 80's stuff mostly. But today's stuff I don't listen to. Twenty years ago, I even contemplated going into biz doing car stereos and such, but it didn't work out.

In my humble opinion, the 80's was the best R&R decade of all, and MTV and VH1 was really happening.

And to be sure, I like movies, too. Not so much what's put out today as much as classics. As you could imagine, I think John Wayne was - and still is - a genuine U. S. of A. Hero.

25 posted on 02/11/2008 11:29:10 AM PST by abb (The Dinosaur Media: A One-Way Medium in a Two-Way World)
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To: PBRSTREETGANG

She’s put on some weight since Blues Bros...


26 posted on 02/11/2008 11:29:26 AM PST by Eric in the Ozarks (ENERGY CRISIS made in Washington D. C.)
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To: abb

I think the real reason no one watches is found in the words, “with big names like Beyonce, Kanye West and Amy Winehouse performing”...

I’ve heard their names, but I haven’t listened to these acts much. However, I know that since I’m over forty, I no longer count for pop-culture mavens, so I asked my 23-yr-old daughter what she listens to... her answer is “none of the above”. Rather, she listens to indy acts she garners from internet searches and word-of-mouth. Evidenty the only people who think Kayne West and Amy Winehouse are “big names” are their labels and managers...

I’m sorry, but the numbers prove it - the labels no longer have the offerings to bring in viewers.


27 posted on 02/11/2008 11:30:02 AM PST by dandelion
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To: Resolute Conservative

They had a good selection of military movies and shows on sunday. I watched Band of Brothers Episodes.
I recommend those.

We were soldiers was very good.


28 posted on 02/11/2008 11:31:30 AM PST by Larebil (My name is liberal backwards, since they backwards thinking)
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To: rintense

Hey, Christianity’s okay whem practiced by blacks. It’s only when whites embrace it that it gets ugly. CBS hasn’t changed it’s stripes.


29 posted on 02/11/2008 11:33:20 AM PST by Dionysius (Jingoism is no vice.)
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To: BurbankKarl
Hey Karl, I think we are in the minority here, but I liked the show myself...actually I thought it was really good this year. Giving the performers a chance to do almost entire songs...great idea. Wino I thought was great (loved the club setting and her back up singers). The Time and Rihanna were just fun to watch (oh-we-oh-we-oh)...LOL on Jerome:)

I thought the best was Tina Turner...Beyonce was smart enough to just back her up...not to try to stay even.

30 posted on 02/11/2008 11:35:26 AM PST by PennsylvaniaMom (I do not want people to be agreeable, as it saves me the trouble of liking them. Jane Austen.)
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To: PBRSTREETGANG

She is hugh!!


31 posted on 02/11/2008 11:35:41 AM PST by bmwcyle (the Beltway crowd is like a bunch of women who have started menstruating together)
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To: Dionysius

They fawned over Amy Winehouse. Honestly, she’s a no-talent garage-band type. Guess too many Hollyweed-types identified with her “hit”, “Rehab”. What part of ‘yeech’ don’t they understand.

Just recorded it, saw all 3 1/2 hours in about 1 hour. Boring, otherwise.


32 posted on 02/11/2008 11:38:02 AM PST by rstrahan
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To: abb
The Grammys are different from the Oscars in that they systematize like an ant farm. 'Best Hip-Hop Bluegrass Opera' and so forth. It's easy to ignore the categories you dislike. I wish they would give more airtime (or any!) to Classical but that's the network TV marketplace in 2008.

P.S. Intereting factoid: At the end of his life John Wayne was begging Steven Spielberg not to make the film '1941' because upon reading the script he thought it was an anti-American farce. I wonder if he ever saw the finished product.
33 posted on 02/11/2008 11:38:10 AM PST by Borges
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To: Rummyfan
Kanye West was the one who infamously said, "George Bush doesn't care about Black people," at some televised Katrina benefit.

Winehouse is some kind of UK drug-addled lounge singer.

Beyonce got "schooled" by Tina Turner during their duet last night.

34 posted on 02/11/2008 11:38:44 AM PST by newzjunkey (Keep them working back home. Buy Made in Mexico.)
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To: Resolute Conservative
"What’s a grammy?"

She's the lady who married grampy.

35 posted on 02/11/2008 11:40:37 AM PST by Enterprise (Those who "betray us" also "Betray U.S." They're called DEMOCRATS!)
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To: Rummyfan
I came across VH-1 or E! and they were interviewing some rapper, wearing a t-shirt with the word ni**ers emblazoned in large print across the front.

I forget his name but that's his latest album's title. Great, huh?

36 posted on 02/11/2008 11:43:34 AM PST by newzjunkey (Keep them working back home. Buy Made in Mexico.)
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To: Eric in the Ozarks

4 fried chickens and some 4 more fried chickens and more Coke.


37 posted on 02/11/2008 11:45:02 AM PST by BurbankKarl
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To: abb

I refuse to watch any show where the ‘elites’ in the entertainment industry stand around and pat each other on the back. I have no clue why anyone would bother with such drivel.


38 posted on 02/11/2008 11:48:53 AM PST by MEGoody (Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.)
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To: BurbankKarl

Certainly wasn’t dry white toast.


39 posted on 02/11/2008 11:50:06 AM PST by Tribune7 (How is inflicting pain and death on an innocent, helpless human being for profit, moral?)
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To: BurbankKarl

Doop !


40 posted on 02/11/2008 11:52:11 AM PST by Eric in the Ozarks (ENERGY CRISIS made in Washington D. C.)
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To: Eric in the Ozarks
She’s put on some weight since Blues Bros...

Well, eating four fried chickens and a coke at every meal....

41 posted on 02/11/2008 11:56:42 AM PST by Ignatz ( RENT THIS SPACE!)
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To: rstrahan

Amy Winehouse has been around for awhile. Sadly, her drugging has taken a toll on her (she was actually quite pretty before she lost weight due to her addictions and her marriage to a fellow druggie). Her style was not garage band...it is a jazzy/bluesy style...and her early stuff (which can be found on the web) is quite good. Rehab is kind of a Top 20 catchy type tune that has her a inkling of her talent.


42 posted on 02/11/2008 11:56:50 AM PST by PennsylvaniaMom (I do not want people to be agreeable, as it saves me the trouble of liking them. Jane Austen.)
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To: Ignatz

Doop doop !


43 posted on 02/11/2008 12:05:05 PM PST by Eric in the Ozarks (ENERGY CRISIS made in Washington D. C.)
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To: rstrahan

Garage music is low-fi alt-rock, Amy Winehouse couldnt be farther from a garage act if she tried.

Her music is a fusion of big band, jazz and 70’s style soul. Her album is meticulous, I cant recommend it enough. I still cant believe she was able to move 2 million copies in the US, her music fits zero radio formats and her lack of airplay in the states reflects it. Her success was by word of mouth, until her personal problems sank the album like a stone. Not all publicity is good publicity, she’s proof.

I liked the show! They’ve moved most categories to the unbroadcast daytime awards so they can fill the show up with performances. That’s great, since the performances are what music fans are really watching for.


44 posted on 02/11/2008 12:05:06 PM PST by skipper18 (You want a winning GOP ticket for '08? Robinson/Taylor, and you can take that to the bank.)
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To: Larebil
They had a good selection of military movies and shows on sunday. I watched Band of Brothers Episodes.

I hear you...I watched the same, topped off with "Saving Private Ryan," to complete the evening.

Just to be a good sport about it, I watched the final few minutes of the Grammy's, when they gave out album of the year.

Now, I'm not a complete ignoramus when it comes to music, though my life in no way revolves around music. But if they're looking for reasons why people aren't tuning in to the Grammy's anymore, they need look no further than this award. Although I heard of Herbie Hancock (back in the 80's), I wasn't even aware he had a recent album release. I had heard of Vince Gill of course, but I had no idea about the others. If the Grammy's are supposed to represent anything close to mainstream tastes, call me nowhere near mainstream.

45 posted on 02/11/2008 12:05:26 PM PST by Lou L
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To: dandelion

I’m over forty and look for music the same way. I was flipping through the channels on DirecTV a couple weeks ago and heard Cobie Caillet singing “Realize”. I’d never heard of her. My wife told me she became famous by putting her songs on Youtube.

http://www.amazon.com/Coco-Colbie-Caillat/dp/B000R7I30A/ref=pd_bbs_1?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1202760088&sr=8-1

Amos Lee is another good one (”Arms of a Woman” is awesome!):

http://www.amazon.com/Amos-Lee/dp/B00070G6Y2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1202760394&sr=1-2


46 posted on 02/11/2008 12:07:41 PM PST by JZelle
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To: skipper18

Not everyone was happy about Amy Winehouse’s big win at the Grammys Sunday night.

“I don’t think she deserved it,” previous Grammy-winning singer Natalie Cole said. “I think she needs to get her life together first, and then get the awards later.”

Winehouse took a break from rehab to perform via satellite from London at the Grammys and collect five awards.

Cole also called Winehouse “crazy,” and complained that we are teaching youngsters that they can get rewarded for bad behavior.

Winehouse won in the categories of best female artist, best female pop vocal performance, best song, record of the year and best pop vocal album.


47 posted on 02/11/2008 12:08:27 PM PST by BurbankKarl
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To: newzjunkey

Nas is the rapper you guys are talking about.

He’s Olu Dara’s son, a true jazz great.

The apple didnt just fall far from the tree with that one, it built a raft and coasted to another continent.


48 posted on 02/11/2008 12:10:50 PM PST by skipper18 (You want a winning GOP ticket for '08? Robinson/Taylor, and you can take that to the bank.)
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To: JZelle

Cobie Caillat’s father produced some Fleetwood Mac albums...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colbie_Caillat


49 posted on 02/11/2008 12:12:55 PM PST by BurbankKarl
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To: abb
The result, however, wasn't quite the post-strike celebration that carrier CBS may have hoped for.

Fitzgerald makes it sound like a military operation...LOL Southern music rocks. :) Rush's recent riff on Who'll Stop The Rain(McCain) inspired me to listen to Creedence on youtube where this little remark appears:

logico9 (1 week ago)

f*king americans they are so GOOD

50 posted on 02/11/2008 12:13:09 PM PST by Milhous (Gn 22:17 your descendants shall take possession of the gates of their enemies)
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