The Hollies Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress 1972

The Hollies Long Cool Woman ... or "Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress)" from the album "Distant Light" is presented on the Rhino Channel from Rhino Entertainment Company often called RHINO Records.

High energy electric guitar and effects song especially for the early 1970s. Long Cool Woman (in a Black Dress) was released on April 17, 1972, and reached No. 2 on the Billboard Top 100 in September 1972.

The song was recorded at AIR Studios July 16-30, 1971. The genre is considered swamp rock and has some early flange affect heard later in disco.

Several unauthorized versions of the song were removed  from YouTube on copyright grounds. Some videos remain on YouTube but portions of the song were silenced.  The YouTube channel DJDiscoCat has an especially good "1972 Extended Meow Mix."

Camila Cabello - Havana ft. Young Thug

Camila Cabello - Havana ft. Young Thug.

Havana became an international success, reaching number one in Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, Scotland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Good trumpet accent with Camila Cabello in Young Thug.

Superb vocalist Karla Camila Cabello Estrabaois a Cuban-American singer and songwriter born March 3, 1997 in Cojimar, Eastern Havana, Cuba.

For most of her early life, Cabello and her family (with parents Sinuhe Estrabao and Alejandro Cabello) moved back and forth between Havana and Mexico City. The family relocated to Miami, Florida when she was 5. Cabello acquired U.S. citizenship in 2008. She attended Miami Palmetto High School, but left in the 2012–2013 school year while she was in 9th grade to pursue her singing career. She graduated later.

Icona Pop - Emergency (Official Video)

Emergency music video directed by B. Ã…kerlund, Jonas Ã…kerlund's wife, in collaboration with design duo KTZ

Swedish electropop duo Icona Pop released Emergency on May 26, 2015 under TEN Music Group and Atlantic.

Icona Pop is a Swedish electropop duo formed in 2009. The group has electro house, punk and indie pop music influences. Members Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo, who grew up in Stockholm, are now based in the United States -- in Los Angeles and New York City.

Icona Pop signed to TEN Music Group in 2009. Their biggest hit to date has been "I Love It".

Train "50 Ways to Say Goodbye" (Columbia/Sony)

Train - 50 Ways to Say Goodbye

Train's 50 Ways to Say Goodbye was certified gold by the RIAA on September 20, 2012. Train's 50 Ways to Say Goodbye is the second single from their sixth studio album, California 37 and is the fifth track on the album.

No One Cares - Atreyu

No One Cares by Atreyu.

No One Cares is the seventh track on the fourth studio album Leads Sails Paper Anchor by Atreyu. The album is the first release with Hollywood Records. The album debuted at #8 on the Billboard 200.

The Track 1 song "Doomsday" is featured in the background of the current X-Games TV commercial.

The album reached #1 in Rock Albums, #8 in Digital Albums, #1 in Alternative Albums, and #1 in Hard Rock Albums.

Billy Joel - Scenes from an Italian Restaurant (Jazz Fest 2013 - AXSTV)

In 2013, Billy Joel performed at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Watch here as Billy and his band perform 'Scenes From An Italian Restaurant' off his 1977 album The Stranger.

Although 'Scenes From An Italian Restaurant' was never released as a single, the song has become one of Billy Joel's most celebrated compositions among fans, appearing on most of his compilation albums and a live favourite. In an interview, Joel cites the second side of The Beatles' album Abbey Road as one of its primary musical influences.

In a performance at C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University on May 6, 1977, just before the song's official release, Joel dedicated that performance to Christiano's, a restaurant in the nearby hamlet of Syosset, which operated until February 2014.

The song's signature line: "A bottle of red, a bottle of white, whatever kind of mood you're in tonight" was actually spoken to him by a waiter at Fontana di Trevi while Billy Joel ordered. Fontana di Trevi, a restaurant across from Carnegie Hall, which Joel frequented during a series of June 1977 concerts, was the actual restaurant that inspired the song.