The 2015 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is April 18th

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About The Song Project, Darren wrote:
Donnie / Tom H. - "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant" came up one vote short in the genre votes, so it hasn't been inducted yet.
Thursday, 03.26.15 @ 18:34pm

About The Song Project, Donnie wrote:
I think for my nominees next month, I'm going with more famous, likely to get in type songs from 70's R&B for the general vote, and then my two lesser known 70's R&B songs for the genre vote.

I'm not getting anywhere with "Fresh Air" by Quicksilver Messenger Service, so I think I'm gonna devote the entire month to 70's R&B in both projects.

Greg has given me the go to nominate "Ship Ahoy" by the O'Jays for the Album Project, so I will be nominating that album to bring some 70's R&B representation to the Album Project again.

I really want us to make a huge dent for 70's R&B in the Song Project this month, so I'm gonna do my part by including songs from that genre in the general vote and the Genre vote.

I think in a few days, I will come up with a list of as many notable 70's R&B groups/artists for everyone to consider with the genre vote.

Also, to Darren, I will post the layout/rules for the proposed Artist Vote, once the April hits. I feel like if I post it now, while there's not as much activity on the Project boards until April votes begin, it will just get lost in the shuffle and forgotten about.
Thursday, 03.26.15 @ 17:27pm

About The Song Project, Donnie wrote:
@Tom H.

I'm pretty sure "Scenes From an Italian Restaurant was voted in during this month's genre vote.

From your list I would strongly support the following songs...

Jethro Tull- Cross Eyed Mary
The Chi-Lites- Have You Seen Her (that would be good for next month's genre vote though)
The James Gang- Funk #49
Toad the Wet Sprocket- All I Want

I would also support "Toxicity," "Please Please Me," and "Freewill" if we have a weak group of nominees this month, which I doubt.
Thursday, 03.26.15 @ 17:22pm

About The Song Project, Tom H. wrote:
Turning to next month's election I'm thinking of changing up my nominations. I know I'm keeping "Duke of Earl" because it got really close last month but "Badlands" seems to be going nowhere. Any support for the following?

Bastille- Pompeii (2013)
Better Than Ezra- Good (1995)
Billy Joel - Scenes From An Italian Restaurant (1977)
Frank Zappa- Donít Eat Yellow Snow (1974)
Jethro Tull- Cross-Eyed Mary (1971)
Rush - Freewill (1980)
System of a Down - Toxicity (2001)
The Beatles- Please Please Me (1962)
The Chi-Lites- Have You Seen Her (1971)
The James Gang - Funk #49 (1970)
Toad The Wet Sprocket- All I Want (1991)
Weather Report- Birdland (1977)
Thursday, 03.26.15 @ 16:23pm

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