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; than by early acoustic guitarists like Eddie Lang and jazz bluesman (blues) Lonnie Johnson, although they both had contributed to the expansion of the guitar's role from "rhythm section" instrument to a solo (solo (music)) instrument. Christian admitted he wanted his guitar to sound like a tenor saxophone. Amy Lee, "Charlie Christian Wanted to Play Hot Tenor!", 1940, ''Metronome'' Belgian gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt had


Switzerland

) single , it was a multiformat success in the US, where it also reached number four on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, #24 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and —in an extended remix version— #37 on the Hot Dance Club Play (Hot Dance Club Play) chart. The song peaked at #4 in another major market, the UK Singles Chart, as well as becoming a hit in the smaller Switzerland and South Africa markets. It went to #2 in Sweden and Ireland, and #9 in Austria


Norway

and Norway, with their debut single. Their most popular single (single (music)), it was a multiformat success in the US, where it also reached number four on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, #24 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and —in an extended remix version— #37 on the Hot Dance Club Play (Hot Dance Club Play) chart. The song peaked at #4 in another major market, the UK Singles Chart, as well as becoming a hit in the smaller Switzerland and South


South Africa

Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, #24 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and —in an extended remix version— #37 on the Hot Dance Club Play (Hot Dance Club Play) chart. The song peaked at #4 in another major market, the UK Singles Chart, as well as becoming a hit in the smaller Switzerland and South Africa markets. It went to #2 in Sweden and Ireland, and #9 in Austria.


Canada

, then to Australia to shoot music videos. The unknown band shot to #1 in the major US market, as well as smaller markets such as Canada and Norway, with their debut single. Their most popular single (single (music)), it was a multiformat success in the US, where it also reached number four on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, #24 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and —in an extended remix version— #37 on the Hot Dance Club Play (Hot Dance Club Play) chart. The song


Australia

Tracks chart, #24 on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart and —in an extended remix version— #37 on the Hot Dance Club Play (Hot Dance Club Play) chart. The song peaked at #4 in another major market, the UK Singles Chart, as well as becoming a hit in the smaller Switzerland and South Africa markets. It went to #2 in Sweden and Ireland, and #9 in Austria.


United States

forerunners to the new jack swing movement. isbn 1-904994-10-5 page 560 and held the number 1 position for: US (United States) ''Billboard (Billboard (magazine))'' R&B (Hot R&B Hip-Hop Songs) chart (record chart), Hot Black Singles-Sales, Hot Black Singles-Airplay, US Hot Dance Club Play, Hot Dance Disco-12 inch singles sales charts. '''Edward Theodore Riley''' (born October 8, 1967), professionally known as '''Teddy Riley''', is an United

''—a book that shaped Cage's composition methods during the subsequent decades. '''Sunscreem''' is a techno house (house music) band (musical ensemble) from Essex, England, who scored a number of hits (hit record) on the U.S. (United States) Hot Dance Music Club Play (Hot Dance Club Play) chart (record chart) throughout the 1990s and into the 21st century. Sunscreem also has the rare reputation as a techno-based band that successfully performs concerts

; Music career Through her career, English has experienced success on the US (United States) Hot Dance Music Club Play, Hot Dance Singles Sales, Hot Dance Airplay charts and the UK Singles Chart, beginning in the mid 1990s and continuing into the 21st century. Though her first chart entry on the Hot Dance Music Club Play came in 1995, and was a moderate hit ("I Know a Place," #32), her debut single was actually "Nitelife" in 1994, produced and written by Ten


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