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Eddy Arnold

Eddy Arnold moved hillbilly music to the city, creating a sleek sound that relied on his smooth voice and occasionally lush orchestrations. In the process, he became the most popular country performer of the 20th century, spending more weeks at the top of the charts than any other artist. Arnold not only had 28 number one singles, he had more charting singles than any other artist. More than any other country performer of the postwar era, he was responsible for bringing the music to the masses, to people who wouldn't normally listen to country music. Arnold was initially influenced by cowboy singers like Gene Autry, but as his career progressed, he shaped his phrasing in the style of Pete Cassell. Nevertheless, he was more of a crooner than a hillbilly singer, which is a large reason why he was embraced by the entertainment industry at large, and frequently crossed over to the pop charts. Arnold's career ran strong into the '90s. Although his records didn't dominate the charts like they did during the '40s and '50s, he continued to fill concert halls and reissues of his older recordings sold well.

Raised on a farm in Tennessee, Arnold was given a guitar at the age of ten by his mother. His father, who had played fiddle and bass, died the following year. Arnold left school so he could help out on the farm. However, he began playing dances whenever he had a chance. Several years later, he made his first radio appearance on a station in Jackson. Arnold then moved to St. Louis, where he played in nightclubs with fiddler Speedy McNatt. In St. Louis, Arnold landed a regular spot on WMPS Memphis, spending six years at the radio station. Through the show, the singer earned a dedicated following of fans.

During World War II, Eddy Arnold became part of R.J. Reynolds' Camel Caravan, which featured Redd Stewart, Pee Wee King's Golden West Cowboys, Minnie Pearl, and San Antonio Rose. The troupe performed for U.S. troops throughout America, as well some selected dates in Panama. After the Camel Caravan, Arnold became the featured singer in the Golden West Cowboys while they performed on the Grand Ole Opry. At first, he appeared under the name the Tennessee Plowboy, a nickname that followed him throughout his career.

Arnold recorded his first single, "Mommy Please Stay Home With Me," in 1944 for RCA Victor. At RCA, the singer received the guidance of the label's A&R head, Steve Sholes, which proved to be invaluable help for his career.

Eddy Arnold pursued a solo career in 1945, the same year he got married to Sally Gayhart. "Each Minute Seems a Million Years," released on RCA's Bluebird division that same year, became his first charting record, peaking in the Top Five. Arnold's career really took off the following year, when "That's How Much I Love You" peaked in the Top Three, staying there for 16 weeks and selling over 650,000 copies; its flip side, "Chained to a Memory," also climbed into the Top Three. Arnold followed the single's success with two number one hits in 1947, "What Is Life Without Love" and "It's a Sin." However, that didn't compare to the success of his next record, "I'll Hold You in My Heart (Till I Can Hold You in My Arms)." The single spent 46 weeks on the charts, with 21 of those weeks spent at the top; it also crossed over to the pop charts, reaching the Top 30. In the process, it became the number one single of the decade.

"I'll Hold You in My Heart" confirmed that Arnold had become a country superstar, as did the performance of his 1948 singles. All of his nine singles went into the Top Five, and five of them went to number one, including "Anytime," "What a Fool I Was," "Texarkana Baby," "Just a Little Lovin' (Will Go a Long, Long Way)," "My Daddy Is Only a Picture," and "Bouquet of Roses," which stayed at the top for 19 weeks. In total, Arnold racked up over 40 weeks on top of the charts during 1948, becoming the number one country star in America. He headlined all the radio shows and concerts he appeared on, and he was in demand throughout the nation. By the end of the year, Colonel Tom Parker had become his manager; Parker would later become Elvis Presley's manager. Throughout 1949, he continued to dominate the charts, releasing a succession of Top Ten singles, including the number one "Don't Rob Another Man's Castle," "One Kiss Too Many," "I'm Throwing Rice (At the Girl I Love)," and "Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me."

Eddy Arnold became a familiar face not only to country fans but also to the general public in the early '50s. He toured all of the U.S., as well as several foreign countries. All of the major television shows of the era, including The Perry Como Show and Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts, featured the singer. Indeed, he became so popular that he was the first country star to have his own television show, Eddy Arnold Time. The show originally aired on NBC, but it later moved to ABC. Through all of this, his string of Top Ten hits remained unbroken, even though he didn't have another crossover pop hit until 1954. Nevertheless, the sheer amount of country hits was overwhelming: In 1950 he had seven, and 13 in 1951 (including the number ones "There's Been a Change in Me," "Kentucky Waltz," "I Wanna Play House With You," "Easy on the Eyes," and "A Full Time Job"). The hits, including "Eddy's Song" (composed of the titles of previous hits), "How's the World Treating You?," "I Really Don't Want to Know," "My Everything," "The Cattle Call," "That Do Make It Nice," "Just Call Me Lonesome," and "The Richest Man (In the World)," continued to come in force until 1956.

Between 1956 and 1964, Arnold continued to chart, but he wasn't reaching the Top Ten at the same frequency of the previous decade. During this time, his style was beginning to change, as he was shedding his rootsy style for a slicker, polished sound that was more appropriate for urban settings than rural territories. Arnold became a crooner, complete with subdued instrumental backings, highlighted by gentle steel guitars and the occasional orchestra. The change in musical direction was a major commercial success, sparking a new era of chart dominance that began in 1965 with "What's He Doing in My World." Not only did he return to the top of the country charts, he once again crossed over to the pop charts. Arnold's second streak of major hits ran until 1969. During this time, he earned several number one and Top Ten singles, all of which were pop hits as well, including "Make the World Go Away," "I Want to Go With You," "The Last Word in Lonesome," "Somebody Like Me," "Lonely Again," "Turn the World Around," "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," "They Don't Make Love Like They Used To," and "Please Don't Go."

In the early '70s, Arnold continued to appear on the country charts, although his pop hits dried up. The singer signed with MGM in 1972, ending 27 straight years at RCA. Arnold spent only four years at MGM, landing only one major hit, 1974's "I Wish That I Had Loved You Better." Returning to RCA in 1976, he closed out the decade with two hits -- "Cowboy" (1976) and "If Everyone Had Someone Like You" (1978). Arnold managed to put two songs into the Top Ten in 1980 ("Let's Get It While the Gettin's Good," "That's What I Get for Loving You"), making him one of the few artists who charted in five different decades. He continued to record in the '90s, although without charting a hit single. Nevertheless, his concert and television appearances remained popular.

Beginning in the '60s, Eddy Arnold was bestowed with a numerous amount of awards. In 1966, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. The following year, he was the first Entertainer of the Year named by the CMA. The ACM gave him the Pioneer Award in 1984; three years later, the Songwriters Guild gave him its President's Award. Perhaps the truest gauge of his success is his record sales. Over the course of his career, he has sold over 85 million records, making him one of the most successful artists of the 20th century. His 100th album, After All These Years, was released in 2005 by RCA Records. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography

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Track List: After All These Years

1. Old Porch Swing

2. I'm Gonna Be Home With You

3. It'll Be Her

4. If I Had Lived My Life Without You

5. Don't She Look Good

6. I've Been Down Some Roads

7. When I Dream

8. After All These Years

9. King Of The Road

10. If Only

11. You Don't Know Me

12. To Life

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Track List: All American Country

1. Each Minute Seems A Million Years

2. I'll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In My Arms)

3. I Wanna Play House With You

4. Bouquet Of Roses

5. Chained To A Memory

6. Older And Bolder

7. Cuddle Buggin' Baby

8. Many Tears Ago

9. Mama, Come Get Your Baby Boy

10. Hep Cat Baby

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Track List: Ultimate Eddie Arnold

1. What Is Life Without Love

2. I'll Hold You In My Heart

3. Anytime

4. Bouquet Of Roses

5. Just A Little Lovin'

6. One Kiss Too Many

7. I'm Throwing Rice (At The Girl I Love)

8. Kentucky Waltz

9. I Wanna Play House With You

10. Somebody's Bee Beatin' My Time

11. I Really Don't Want To Know

12. The Cattle Call

13. Just Call Me Lonesome

14. Trouble In Mind

15. What's He Doing In My World

16. Make The World Go Away

17. I Want To Go With You

18. The Tip Of My Fingers

19. Somebody Like Me

20. Turn The World Around

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Track List: Looking Back

1. Half As Much

2. Baby, That's Living

3. Here Comes Heaven

4. Nothing But Time

5. Gentle On My Mind

6. Little Green Apples

7. Faded Love

8. I Wish I Didn't Love You So

9. Lay Some Happiness On Me

10. Honey

11. The Other Side Of Lonely

12. New World In The Morning

13. Here Comes The Rain, Baby

14. It's Such A Pretty World Today

15. Lonely Street

16. What A Wonderful World

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Track List: RCA Country Legends: Eddy Arnold

1. It's A Sin

2. I'll Hold You In My Heart ('Till I Can Hold You In My Arms)

3. Anytime

4. Bouquet Of Roses

5. Don't Rob Another Man's Castle

6. There's Been A Change In Me

7. A Full Time Job

8. I Wanna Play House With You

9. I'm Gonna Lock My Heart (And Throw Away The Key)

10. The Cattle Call

11. That Do Make It Nice

12. Tennessee Stud

13. What's He Doing In My World

14. Make The World Go Away

15. I Want To Go With You

16. Let's Get It While The Gettin's Good

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Track List: Inducted Into The Hall Of Fame 1966

1. Just A Little Lovin' (Will Go A Long Way)

2. I Wanna Play House With You

3. There's Been A Change In Me

4. I'm Throwing Rice (At The Girl That I Love)

5. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye

6. It's A Sin

7. The Last Word In Lonesome Is Me

8. Just Call Me Lonesome

9. Molly Darling

10. Gonna Find Me A Bluebird

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Track List: Early Hits Of The Tennessee Plowboy

1. Cattle Call

2. Each Minute Seems A Million Years

3. I Couldn't Believe It Was True

4. What Is Life Without Love?

5. That's How Much I Love You

6. Chained To A Memory

7. To My Sorrow

8. It's A Sin

9. I'll Hold You In My Heart

10. Bouquet Of Roses

11. What A Fool I Was

12. Then I Turned And Walked Slowly Away

13. Texarkana Baby

14. My Daddy Is Only A Picture

15. There's Not A Thing I Wouldn't Do For You

16. Anytime

17. Heart Full Of Love, A

18. Just A Little Lovin' (Will Go A Long, Long Way)

19. The Echo Of Your Footsteps

20. Don't Rob Another Man's Castle

21. Little Angel With The Dirty Face

22. One Kiss Too Many

23. I'm Throwing Rice

24. Why Should I Cry?

25. Take Me In Your Arms And Hold Me

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Track List: The Legendary Eddy Arnold

3. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye

5. What's He Doing In My World

6. Somebody Like Me

7. Misty Blue

8. Little Green Apples

9. Gentle On My Mind

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Track List: The Essential Eddy Arnold

1. It's A Sin

2. I'll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In My Arms)

3. Don't Rob Another Man's Castle

4. Eddy's Song

5. I Really Don't Want To Know (Remake)

6. Make The World Go Away

7. Molly Darling

8. Just Call Me Lonesome

9. The Tip Of My Fingers

10. Cattle Call

11. What's He Doing In My World

12. Anytime

13. I Want To Go With You

14. Somebody Like Me

15. Take Me In Your Arms And Hold Me

16. Lonely Again

17. Turn The World Around

18. Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye

19. That's What I Get For Loving You

20. You Don't Miss A Thing

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Track List: Greatest Songs

1. There Goes My Everything

2. Please Help Me I'm Falling

3. Green Green Grass Of Home

4. Crying Time

5. Blue Blue Day

6. Good Hearted Woman

7. Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain

8. Always On My Mind

9. You Needed Me

10. Save The Last Dance For Me

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Track List: My World

1. What's He Doin' In My World

2. Too Many Rivers

3. It Comes And Goes

4. Make The World Go Away

5. The Days Gone By

6. Mary Claire Melvina Rebecca Jane

7. I'm Letting You Go

8. As Usual

9. I'm Walking Behind You

10. If You Were Mine, Mary

11. Taking Chances

12. You Still Got A Hold On Me

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Track List: Wanderin'

1. Wanderin'

2. The Rovin' Gambler

3. The Lonesome Road

4. Down In The Valley

5. Barbara Allen

6. On Top Of Old Smoky

7. I Gave My Love A Cherry

9. Across The Wide Missouri

10. Careless Love

11. Red River Valley

12. Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child

13. Sweet Betsy From Pike

14. Home On The Range

15. I'm Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes

16. Roll Along Kentucky Moon

17. When You And I Were Young, Maggie

18. The Lily Of The Valley

19. Kentucky Waltz

20. Will The Circle Be Unbroken

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Track List: The Easy Way

1. Bad News

2. Tell 'Em Where You Got Your Blues

3. We'll Sing In The Sunshine

4. It's My Pleasure

5. Taking A Chance On Love

6. Baby I've Got It

7. Understand Your Man

8. My Heart's Not Made That Way

9. He'll Have To Go

10. The Easy Way

11. I've Been To Town

12. What-Cha Gonna Do?

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Eddy Arnold is Classic! Great music!
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Please get off my shoulders
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Get it off mysh
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Traditional, smooth country. NEED MORE
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I grew up with Eddy Arnold. He'll always be one of my favorites voices.
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Eddie arnold is not my favorit artist but has one of the greatest singing voices that I ever herd.Man his voice is golden
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My great grandmother love him
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frankwiener
This guy is smooth. There is no one like him. My father owned a c&w bar in the 50's-60's, and Eddy Arnold was always on the jukebox. I grew up with him. I hope to hear more of him from Pandora.
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cathyrobinso n 7 3 8
Why have a station. Called eddie Arnold and not play what we ask???
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Cattle Call, none better at it than Mr. Arnold.
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Love singing his songs at karaoke.
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my favorite singer for over75 years seen on stage that was great dick Meltzer thank you
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Eddy Arnold had no " bad songs!! " He can put a smile on a person's face, regardless of how stressful a job or any situation can become.
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t_heath
Grew up listening to this guy, my Mom absolutely loved Eddy and Jim Reeves. Smooth, smooth voice!!!
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I dedicate this song to my mom and dad in heaven
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To the people who complain about this style of music: Thank goodness we live in a country that allows us to choose!! If you took a moment and bothered to listen to the words of traditional country music, you might learn to have the manners and ethics which those of us who were raised addressing people with Ma'm or sir & still say grace before we eat are proud to have...
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I cannot say enough about Eddy Arnold! When I am lucky enough to hear " Turn The World Around " it continues to make me pause and smile. Any singer with the ability to present a piece of music with such eloquence , literally leaves the listener speechless .It saddens me that music such as this is virtually extinct. Stop & ask yourself, does today's "style" have a message - much less, meaning??
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I love his music. I saw him twice, after movie in Jamestown,ND and then again in Bismarck, ND, after another movie. Way cool, He called me blondie. I was maybe 9 or 10 thereabouts. .
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What I am about to write is not intended to offend - the comments become truly tacky when people constantly interject sexual innuendo! It is one thing to say that a person is handsome but these forums are about music not sexual fantasies. This said, I still feel that Eddy Arnold brought country music to the entire populace.
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"Someone Like Me" , I have on my Eddy Arnold tapes .Never leave on a trip without his music! The ultimate way to release stress. Thank goodness my crew love his music...
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Eddy baby! Come into my world!!!!!
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One of the coolest legends!!!
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After a million requests, THANKS!!! Just getting ready to begin my nightly tasks (FLYING) Goodness, that sounded tacky! Seriously, they played, "Turn The World Around"! It's worth the wait .
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I listened to i Eddy when I was in Army 70 years ago-wonderfu l performer, and Person -Eddy lived to 90-he was also VERY WEALTHY-
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I am such a lover of Eddy Arnold's music and nothing is more relaxing than listening to his smooth and soothing voice. His songs will transcend time! I pray that I will hear my all time favorite, "Turn The World Around!" That song could never be sung by anyone else!!Listen to the words...
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Please Help Me Im Falling By Eddy Arnold is such a Beautifull Song . Sing it Eddy.
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Thank goodness, that Pandora exists!! Without being derogatory to the individuals who cannot tolerate country music, God bless the fact that we live in the USA. It would be pathetic if everyone was forced to listen to one genre of music. FYI, we country music fans, happen to appreciate a variety of types of music!!
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Absolutely no one else could sing that song or Turn the World Around the Other Way, except Eddy Arnold. The eloquent smooth voice has no adjectives. Not bad for a "Tennessee Plowboy! "
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what a wonderful memory also many heartbreakin g choices by me. Sorry Frank.
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Did Eddie Arnold sing Gone. One of my old time favorites.
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millerkuhs68
To Mr Russell Crow:
Please take your style and go to your council...
and let us enjoy our old country.
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jackwoods927
From those of us who made this country the best place in the world to live, I just hope and pray that this younger inheritors learn from this music learn something that could guide them in life and give them some morality. Just a thought from someone who has been here a while.
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Maybe Pandora thought your station needed a little style?
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I'm not going to comment on Eddy Arnold or his music, but what the heck is Pandora doing playing this on my Style Council station. The music and Eddy Arnold are not even closely related.
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Love it and the memories growing up
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It reminds of growing listening it with my mom
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dheideman1
Hearing Eddie always reminds me of my own father, who always sang along when on of his songs would play. I really wish we could get his songs back on the radio more.
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georgelowe19 3 6
My favorite singer of all times!
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amazing singer
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I loved Eddy Arnold for. Many years. Have many of his records. Liby
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mschofie
Mr. Eddy Arnold sold over 85 million records, during his career. A career that spaned 7 decades. Nobody but Mr. Arnold has such numbers. Remember; Americans did not have the money for records in the 40's and 50's as they have had the last thirty years. Country Music's first crossover artist. RIP Eddy.
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Love Eddy Arnold I even remember his TV show Eddy Arnold Time
He has one of the best artists for decades. HE AND..REAVES are are the best !
Keep on playing his his great songs!
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Always loved Eddie Arnolds sweet voice! Especially make the world go away!
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Hell of a singer.
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I love Pandora!!! Finally I can hear some great singers from years gone by. I wish we had more like them. When I travel I load my car CD player with the oldies but goodies and just go walsin across Texas (with Bob Wills for starters) or I guess I should say Drivin' across Texas LOL
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I am totally hooked on Pandora, It's fantastic.
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marlenendale
I LOVE Pandora,,,,I t is the only place I can hear GOOD OLD COUNTRY MUSIC, Like Ray Price, Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves, Eddy Arnold and artists like I love.
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Note to ahso; you complain because you can’t hear your particular song...since when did Pandora advertise itself as your personal ‘jukebox’? If you would take time to read the “About Pandora” section, you’d find this, in part “… It will quickly scan its entire world of analyzed music, almost a century of popular recordings - new and old, well known and completely obscure - to find songs with interesting musical similarities to your choice.” It is not your personal 'music genie'.

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i agree with john davis, you never cycle back to the original artist, its named george jones radio for a reason, pandora sucks, big fail
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