List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs


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About Janet Jackson, The_Claw wrote:
Just to clarify: I created my list in 3 minutes time and never suggested that it was a full list. Furthermore, it doesn’t really prove anything. A short list could be because a person that not many people want to work with. It also could be because that person has a full agenda being an international superstar and all, and therefore doesn’t have much time. But breadth and depth? Not a large spectrum? My list included Herb Alpert, Joni Mitchell, Luther Vandross and Shaggy.
Wednesday, 01.17.18 @ 02:15am


About The Album Project, Darren wrote:
Nominations remain open for this month's Artist Vote for Nina Simone, until 10 PM / 11 PM Central on Friday the 19th.
Wednesday, 01.17.18 @ 00:44am


About The Album Project, Darren wrote:
Voting is now closed.

Here are the final results (let me know ASAP if there are any errors):

Isaac Hayes - Hot Buttered Soul (1969) - 7

The Meters - The Meters (1969) - 6

The Ohio Players - Honey (1975) - 5
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Commodores - Commodores (1977) - 4
James Brown - The Payback (1973) - 4
Kool & the Gang - Wild and Peaceful (1973) - 4
Rick James - Street Songs (1981) - 4
The Average White Band - AWB (1974) - 4
The J.B.'s - Doing It to Death (1973) - 4
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Curtis Mayfield - Curtis/Live! (1971) - 3
George Clinton - Computer Games (1982) - 3
James Brown - Pure Dynamite! Live at the Royal - 3
Parliament - The Clones of Dr. Funkenstein (1976) - 3
Rufus featuring Chaka Khan - Rufusized (1974) - 3
War - All Day Music (1971) - 3

Parliament - Up for the Down Stroke (1974) - 2
Sly And The Family Stone - Fresh (1973) - 2
The Isley Brothers - Between The Sheets (1984) - 2

Herbie Hancock - Fat Albert Rotunda (1970) - 1
Sly And The Family Stone - Dance to the Music (1968) - 1
Teena Marie - It Must Be Magic (1981) - 1
The Commodores - Midnight Magic (1979) - 1
The Meters - Fire on the Bayou (1975) - 1
Zapp - Zapp (1980) - 1

Isaac Hayes - Joy - 0


This vote count includes the following votes:

Greg F.
Nicky Joe
Steve Z
Donnie
BSLO
Tom H.
Nick
Lax35
dmg


The following albums have been inducted as a result of this vote:

Isaac Hayes - Hot Buttered Soul (1969)
The Meters - The Meters (1969)
The Ohio Players - Honey (1975)


The following albums will be involved in a tiebreaker vote:

Commodores - Commodores (1977)
James Brown - The Payback (1973)
Kool & the Gang - Wild and Peaceful (1973)
Rick James - Street Songs (1981)
The Average White Band - AWB (1974)
The J.B.'s - Doing It to Death (1973)


Anyone who voted in this month's Album Project vote is eligible to vote in the tiebreaker.

To vote in the tiebreaker, rank all 6 albums in order of preference. The highest-ranked album will get 6 points, the second-highest will get 5 points and so on.

The 2 albums that receive the most points will be inducted. The other 4 albums will automatically be nominated for the February Album Project vote (if any of the albums in the tiebreaker are eligible for this month's genre vote, please let me know).

There will be three days of tiebreaker voting. Tiebreaking voting will end at 10 PM Central (ballots will be accepted until 11 PM Central) on Friday the 19th.
Wednesday, 01.17.18 @ 00:37am


About The Song Project, Darren wrote:
Nominations remain open for this month's Artist Vote for Aretha Franklin, until 10 PM / 11 PM Central on Friday the 19th.
Wednesday, 01.17.18 @ 00:28am


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