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50 Years of Presidential Campaign Songs [Loser's Edition]

It's the height of the summer political season and last week we looked at winning theme songs of the presidential candidates from Kennedy to Obama, but since politics is as much about losing as it is about winning, we should also give our due to the theme songs of the losers. So here is our fun (and completely non-partisan) look at the songs that just didn't help as much as the candidates hoped they would.

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50 Years of Presidential Campaign Songs [Winner's Edition]

As the summer convention season hits full stride, let's take a fun (and completely non-partisan) look at presidential campaign songs over the past half century.

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Classic Front-to-Back Album: Hall & Oates - Abandoned Luncheonette

Hall & Oates - Abandoned Luncheonette: Before John Oates became Darryl Hall's trusty, and smirky, sidekick in all of those ubiquitous Big, Bam Boomtastic MTV videos in the 1980s, there was this humble soul duo from Philadelphia with phenemonal voices who wrote great songs that not a lot of people heard.

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Essential Downloads: The Rolling Stones

It’s hard to imagine that there are people out there who are not intimately familiar with the music of the Rolling Stones as they are at least as pervasive as the Beatles in the common cultural consciousness, but just in case…here are the 10 Essential Downloads you should start your Rolling Stones library with.

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Masters of Sound with Rainey Qualley

The week before her debut at the Grand Ole Opry, Rainey Qualley gave us her thoughts on music, being a singer-songwriter and what it's like to prepare for arguably the biggest night in the career of a performer on the country scene. We would like to offer our sincere thanks to Rainey and her team for allowing us a behind-the-scenes look at her life and music.

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Front-to-Back Album: St. Paul & the Broken Bones - Half the City

It was Wilson Pickett and Duane Allman (via Anthology I) that introduced me to the sounds of Muscle Shoals, and it is St. Paul & the Broken Bones who have brought the sheer joy and ruckus of the Muscle Shoals sound back to me full throttle. But forget the retro-sound, the arrangements, the skillful song writing and the sheer emotion of the band and Paul Janeway's voice...this is a great [insert your own adjective here] record

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