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Top Ten Versions of "Tainted Love" (And There's More To It Than Soft Cell)
1. American singer Gloria Jones was the first one to record “Tainted Love,” which was written and produced by Ed Cobb. It was released as the B-side to “My Bad Boy’s Comin’ Home” in 1965, but it wasn’t until the early seventies that the song caught on when a U.K. DJ gave it some love because it fit with the Northern Soul thing happening there. Jones rerecorded “Tainted Love” in 1976 with her boyfriend, Marc Bolan (of T. Rex), producing.  She was also driving the car in the accident...
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Hozier @ Massey Hall
The most talked about Irish singer/songwriter sold out Massey Hall on March 2nd. His self-titled debut album released this summer and his song “Take Me To Church” went viral.  The Hozier hype has not died down as the audience swayed along to songs such as “Someone New” and “In a Week”. Hozier and his band of six were spot on and pitch perfect while reaching all different vocal ranges. Strobe lights, smoke machines, and beautiful lighting set the mood for such a breathtaking performance. As...
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