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  1. Our next number one 90's country song comes via a soft spoken Okie tenor who would become one of the biggest stars of the decade. 27. Vince Gill--"When I Call Your Name" #1 on Radio & Records the week of August 3rd, 1990. http://www.countryuniverse.net/2021/06/20/every-1-country-single-of-the-nineties-vince-gill-when-i-call-your-name/
  2. It came out in 2011; it's by the husband and wife team of Kiefer & Shawna Thompson. I personally like it, but it obviously is ranked too high. (Incidentally, I've kept quiet about a lot of songs here that are more recent for my own protection, lol.) Here it is: Also: I'm not super familiar with everything the Zac Brown Band has done, but "Colder Weather" is great. I think it's already been on the list, too.
  3. And now that I've posted that, here's the next ten entries on the Sirius list: #170: Zac Brown Band--“Toes” #169: Johnny Horton--“North to Alaska” #168: Jo Dee Messina--“Heads Carolina, Tails California” #167: Kenny Rogers--“Lucille” #166: Chris Cagle--“What Kinda Gone” #165: John Michael Montgomery--“I Swear” #164: Loretta Lynn--“Don’t Come Home a Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ On Your Mind)” #163: Alan Jackson--“Chattahoochee” #162: Willie Nelson--“If You’ve Got the Money I’ve Got the Time” #161: Thompson Square--“Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not” ht
  4. A number one hit by an underrated favorite of mine. 26. Dan Seals--"Good Times" #1 on Billboard for two weeks from August 4th, 1990-August 11th, 1990. #1 on Radio & Records for two weeks from July 20th, 1990-July 27th, 1990. http://www.countryuniverse.net/2021/06/19/every-1-country-single-of-the-nineties-dan-seals-good-times/
  5. Some Virginia airchecks from 70's. :)
  6. Next on the 90's country number one list: 25. Randy Travis--"He Walked On Water" #1 on Radio & Records the week of July 13th, 1990. http://www.countryuniverse.net/2021/06/18/every-1-country-single-of-the-nineties-randy-travis-he-walked-on-water/
  7. Our next number one country song of the 90's is one of the most iconic. I'll probably be saying that a lot for awhile here, but this is one of the more notable examples. 24. Garth Brooks--"The Dance" #1 on Billboard for three weeks from June 14th, 1990-June 28th, 1990. #1 on Radio & Records for three weeks from June 22nd, 1990-July 6th, 1990. http://www.countryuniverse.net/2021/06/17/every-1-country-single-of-the-nineties-garth-brooks-the-dance/
  8. Taking a brief break from the 90's #1 list to go back to the next ten entries from the Sirius XM list (which, in one judge's opinion, ranks the best country song of the 90's FAR too low--but I'll let y'all be the judge of that). Speaking of which, not to toot our own horn too much, but WE GOT A SHOUTOUT! :D I'm genuinely walking on a cloud here now. NEVER, in a billion years, did I EVER think anyone from CU would find out that I had been posting this list here/we've been discussing it here. THANK YOU for all the work you've done on this, guys. <3 Anyway, on to the list:
  9. Susan's Emmy speech and reel for the Spring Fling story.
  10. The first number one song of the 90's for King George. 23. George Strait--"Love Without End, Amen" #1 on Billboard for five weeks from June 9th, 1990-July 7th, 1990. #1 on Radio & Records for two weeks from June 8th, 1990-June 15th, 1990. http://www.countryuniverse.net/2021/06/16/every-1-country-single-of-the-nineties-george-strait-love-without-end-amen/
  11. Santa Barbara and Guiding Light are the closest she can claim to success, but even then...well, if you know, you know.
  12. NO NO NO! Oh my goodness, no, not at all. I was just commenting on how bizarre it will be to watch this discussion with her, given how much destruction she caused as an EP in her years in soaps. For all I know, she may be retired now.
  13. One point I will always concede in favor of JFP: Her love of Robin Christopher. Just a fabulous actress who I miss in daytime to this day (both she and Fiona Hutchison--Gabrielle from OLTL--are the two I miss the most).
  14. One thing I always found very interesting about comparing JFP/Guza's GH to FV/Ron's GH is that the former was thought to have so many stories that caused so much character assassination and destruction, but overall the scriptwriting and dialogue was considered very strong, whereas with the latter, the scriptwriting and dialogue was not considered to be NEARLY as strong--but--at least in the very, VERY beginning--there seemed to be at least some effort to repair some past character assassination and destruction caused by the past regimes (it didn't last, but still)? Which leads to the ques
  15. UYI

    Loving/The City

    I remember reading an SOD interview with Amelia Heinle, shortly after she started playing Mia on AMC. SOD reminded her of a quote from her Loving days as Steffi, where she talked about how great it was to be on a half-hour soap, and how she would "get ulcers" if she ever had to be on an hour long soap, and yet AH said the schedule at AMC wound up being better than she thought at would (and of course, she wound up at another hour long soap, Y&R, later on, and is still there, lol).
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