In its most general form, a playlist is simply a list of songs, but sometimes a loop. They can be played in sequential or shuffled order. The term has several specialized meanings in the realms of radiobroadcasting and personal computers. A playlist can also be a list of recorded titles on a digital video disk. On the Internet, a playlist can be a list of chapters in a movie serial; for example, Flash Gordon in the Planet Mongo is available on YouTube as a playlist of thirteen consecutive video segments.
The term originally came about in the early days of top 40radio formats when stations would devise (and, eventually, publish) a limited list of songs to be played. The term would go on to refer to the entire catalog of songs that a given radio station (of any format) would draw from. Additionally, the term was used to refer to an ordered list of songs played during a given time period. Playlists are often adjusted based on time of day, known as dayparting.
Playlist is the seventh studio album by Babyface. It was the first longplay release on the newly re-launched Mercury Records label. The work consists of eight covers of folk and soft rock songs and two original compositions. The lead single, "Fire and Rain" became a hit on the Adult Contemporary chart.
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Many recognisable names began curating their own lo-fi hip-hop playlists, from Will Smith to the gaming company Blizzard... Whether you’re new to the world of lo-fi hip-hop or are on the hunt for new playlists that aren’t by the massively popular , here’s our pick of six to get you started. Japanese lo-fi playlist.
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