Enlarge/ The “L.A. Woman” is the second-highest grossing country album in history.
The title track from the LP was the first song to make the top 10, after the first track from The Last Waltz by the Byrds.
Enlarge / “Losing My Religion” from The L.
A Woman is the highest grossing song of the 20th century.
The album was released in October 1962.
Enlarg / The “Love Me Tender” was one of the first country songs to be played on the radio.
It was a song about two couples having sex, but it is often credited to Billy Joel.
EnLarge / “The Way You Look Tonight” from the movie The Way You Lie Tonight was the highest-grossing song in history and has been certified platinum four times.
The song was released on May 19, 1977.
The first country single to top the chart was the song “Dancing in the Dark,” released on November 8, 1955, by the New Orleans blues band Little Richard.
The record was also the highest in the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.
Enlace / The first video to win an Oscar was “The Wedding Singer.”
The film is based on the life of James Brown, who died in 1976 at the age of 45.
The film has gone on to win two Academy Awards: Best Original Song in 1979 for “I Love Lucy” and Best Sound Editing in 1981 for “The Black Dahlia Murder.”
The movie won two Grammy Awards, two Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Awards and was nominated for six Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Enclose / The song “The Girl You Left Behind” was the second most-watched song in U.K. history.
It reached No. 1 on the Pop Songs chart in 1973.
The recording was produced by the British pop group The Who.
Enwrap / The Beatles recorded the song that was the opening track of their album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, released in 1964.
The Beatles released the song in 1971.
Enwork / The title song from The Woman was the most-played country song in America in 2013.
The track was played by more than 3 million people on radio stations in all 50 states.
Enliven / The cover of the 1968 Rolling Stones album Sgt Peculiar was the third most-titled song in the world, behind The Girl From Ipanema (Brazil) and “God Save the Queen” (Russia).
The cover, by Joe Satriani and Steve McQueen, is the third-most-wanted song in North America, according to an investigation by The Associated Press.
Enquirer / The Rolling Stones hit “Love is a Warm Gun” on their album, Stones on the Rocks, in 1972.
Enclosure / The band’s 1973 album “The Velvet Underground and Nico” was nominated at the Grammy Awards for Best Pop/Rock Album and Best New Artist.
Enclosed / The rock group, The Rolling Thunder, played their first show in Cleveland on December 17, 1976, at the Cleveland Municipal Auditorium.
Enwrapped / The late singer-songwriter, Bob Dylan, died in 2013 at age 75.
Envelope / The original song from the 1975 hit album, “I Want You Back,” was featured in the movie A Very Murray Christmas, directed by David O. Russell.
Enclosing / The opening number from the film was “I’m Only Sleeping.”
Enlarges / In the 1940s, country singer, Joe Jackson, was a vocalist for the National Cowboy Band, which he founded in 1930.
He played the drums on the group’s songs, “It’s a Great Life” and “It Hurts Me So Much.”
Enlarge Enlarge enlarge enlarges Enlarge This undated photo shows John Wayne, a member of the All-American Blues Band, and Willie Mae Robinson, a singer with the Blues Travelers.
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