The service will allow users to discover and keep track of all music they hear on the BBC channels, on the radio, TV, or even online. They can create personal playlists of the favorite tracks they hear or check out some of the ready-made playlists for the BBC’s DJs and presenters. In this respect, the BBC has an enviable position. “Whether its tracks from Lauren Lavernes Radio 6 Music show, that song playing in the cafe in EastEnders, or the tune that Anton Du Beke and Fiona Fullerton are dancing to on Strictly Come Dancing, Playlister helps audiences discover and remember more of the music they love from the BBC,” the broadcaster explained. But Playlister will be more than just a music organizer; users will also be able to listen to all the tracks in full on their favorite streaming service. For now, Playlister works with Spotify, Deezer, and YouTube. But the BBC says other services will be added in the future. Playlister is also available internationally. Normally, music streaming services are slow to roll out to new territories, because of licensing issues. But the BBC doesn’t actually need to license anything for Playlister, as all the music is handled by third-party services. So, in essence, while Playlister will be available to all, whether you can use it or not depends on what services you get in your country. Deezer is available in much of the world these days, YouTube works pretty much everywhere as well. “The first stage of BBC Playlister will launch in the coming days on PC and via a mobile browser, letting you remember tracks, and export and listen to them on your chosen digital music service.

Music Review: ‘Ram Leela’ songs soused in love

Sometimes I stare at my computer with one hand on my face, begging my muse to get it together. I try my best to put on character suits: to step inside the body and mind of my characters to truly experience what they’re feeling so I can effectively transfer their emotions to the reader. If I’m not crying during a gut-wrenching scene, how can I expect my readers to? It’s sometimes difficult to get into the writing mind-set, but music helps me get there. One of the fun things to check out on my website is the playlists for each of my books: the music I listened to “to get in the mood.” On my computer, music isn’t categorized by country, Top 40, ’80s and the like, but by happy, sad, suspense, scary and action. Red Hill is set in the Midwest with some country characters, but I wanted the playlist to appeal to readers who might not care for country music, so I added in upbeat music that included a lot of guitar without the twang. The only exception is Skeeter McGee’s entrance song, Copperhead Road by Steve Earle, because, quite frankly, no other song would fit him. I listened to I Will Wait by Mumford & Sons when writing about Scarlet sprinting through town to try to reach her daughters. It has an anxious but hopeful undertone that I wanted to bring into the writing. Islands by Young the Giant was perfect for the long days Scarlet spent alone waiting for someone anyone to arrive at the ranch. Into the Mystic by Van Morrison is a song that sounded close enough to country without being country, and it reflects the sweet moments between Nathan and Scarlet. Joy Williams and John Paul White of The Civil Wars. Their song “The One That Got Away” is on Jamie McGuire’s playlist for her new novel, “Red Hill.” (Photo: Tec Petaja) I added some newer tracks toward the end that I am really excited about, such as Young and Beautiful by Lana Del Rey.

The BBC Debuts Online Music Service Playlister with Spotify, Deezer, and YouTube

Slightly lengthy, its music has a little disc spinning. The next track will blow you off. Singer Arijit Singh surprises with “Lal ishq”. It starts with temple bells and has a spiritual feel to it. It can strike an instant chord with the emotional audiences. The singer takes the song and the music to another level. “Lahu muh lag gaya” is high on music, but not attention grabbing. The end of the song is interesting as it gets high on emotional content. The dance number “Nagada sang dhol” is sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Osman Mir. As the name suggests, it is high on dhol beats and is a dance number. You might be personally looking forward to the song “Ram chahe Leela” as actress Priyanka Chopra makes a special appearance. Singer Bhoomi Trivedi’s rustic voice definitely suits the genre. It is an unusual item song, but the regional flavour adds to its magic. Shail Hada has gone behind the mike again for the track “Poora chand”, another soft romantic number in the album.

American Music Awards® Experience Comes To The Web Via Yahoo

To kick-off the partnership, Yahoo will live stream the 41st Annual American Music Awards nominations press conference on October 10th at 9:15 AM ET, LIVE from B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in New York City, where global music powerhouses Kelly Clarkson and will read the names of nominees in all categories. As the official digital distributor of the American Music Awards Experience, Yahoo will live stream a three-hour American Music Awards digital red carpet preshow. Yahoo will also carry a variety of American Music Awards digital programming, including rehearsal exclusives, interviews with artists, backstage action, and more. “Yahoo’s vast reach and their commitment to inspiring and entertaining their users through personalized experiences, made them the perfect choice as our official digital distributor,” said Ariel Elazar, Senior Vice President of Digital at dick clark productions. “We are thrilled to work with dick clark productions on the American Music Awards and to bring our audience an incredible music experience they won’t find anywhere else,” said Richard Cusick, Vice President of Entertainment at Yahoo. The 41st Annual American Music Awards nominations will be presented in the genres of Pop/Rock, Alternative Rock, Country, Rap/Hip-Hop, Soul/R&B, Adult Contemporary, Contemporary Inspirational, Latin and EDM, as well as in categories for Top Soundtrack, New Artist of the Year, Artist of the Year and the new Single of the Year category. The American Music Awards ceremony, will broadcast LIVE from L.A. LIVE’s Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, November 24th from 8:00 – 11:00 PM ET/PT on ABC. The show is produced by dick clark productions and is seen in more than 160 countries around the world. ABOUT DICK CLARK PRODUCTIONSdick clark productions is the world’s largest producer and proprietor of televised events.