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the Great American Songbook, Volume III is the third studio album of pop standards by British musician Rod Stewart, released on 19 October 2004 by J Records. The album was dedicated to the Tartan Army. The album was Rod Stewart's first on the Billboard 200 since Blondes Have More Fun in 1979. It later became the winner of the 2004 Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, giving Stewart his first and, to date, only Grammy victory in his career. Rod Stewart – lead vocals.
Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album, Volume 3 is the fourteenth soundtrack album by the cast of the American musical television series Glee. It features six songs from the fourth season and four bonus songs. It was released on December 11, 2012. The album debuted at number 20 on the US Billboard 200, and in its second week, the album fell to number 54, selling 25,000 copies.
American singers hailing from different cultural heritages undoubtedly play a major role in the development of world music. The Americans’ love for music is well known and it comes as no surprise that the country has produced some of the finest singers over the past centuries. Flora Batson, nicknamed "The Double-Voiced Queen of Song" because of her soprano-baritone range, was a 19th century black concert singer who overcame racism to become an internationally well-known star
African-American female singers 3 L, 562 T. American female singer-songwriters 1 L, 1,214 T. American musical theatre actresses 966 T. Hispanic and Latino American female singers 35 T. American female rock singers 1 L, 191 T. American female jazz singers 303 T. American female country singers 589 T. American female rappers 1 L, 136 T. American female radio singers 10 T. American female singers of Indian descent 9 T. United States Virgin Islands female singers. Selena Gomez 3 1. Taylor Swift 5 1. Miley Cyrus 4 3. Ariana Grande 10 0. Demi Lovato 5 0.
20 Outrageous Album Covers: Volume Three. You want to look away, but you just can't. on May 28, 2014, 12:00pm. The nightmarish pop art that adorns the cover of The Mothers of Invention’s 1970 release, Weasels Ripped My Flesh, was the work of American illustrator Neon Park, who was also responsible for a great many Little Feat album sleeves. Frank Zappa showed Park the cover of a 1956 issue of Man’s Life depicting a man up to his waist in water being attacked by weasels and challenged him to do worse than this. Park responded with a parody of a Schick electric razor ad that, despite record exec nervousness, became an iconic album cover of the time. There is a redeeming humor and subversion to it that.
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