Performed by Journey
"Generations" is the twelfth studio album by the American rock band Journey. It was the band's last album with lead singer Steve Augeri and second album with drummer Deen Castronovo, confirming the line-up of 2001's "Arrival" and 2002's "Red 13" EP.
Performed by Janet Jackson
"Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814" (commonly referred to as "Rhythm Nation 1814" or simply "Rhythm Nation") is the fourth studio album by American singer Janet Jackson, released on September 19, 1989. The album features the track "Interlude: T.V.".
Performed by Scorpions
"Wind of Change" is a power ballad by the West German rock band Scorpions, recorded for their eleventh studio album, "Crazy World "(1990). The lyrics were composed by Meine following the band's visit to the USSR at the height of perestroika.
Performed by Gloria Steinem
On July 10, 1971, at the founding of the National Women's Political Caucus in Washington, D.C., NWPC co-founder Gloria Steinem delivered an "Address to the Women of America". The speech is featured on the album "Greatest Speeches of the 20th Century".
Performed by Aretha Franklin
"Willing to Forgive" is a song by Aretha Franklin from her album "Greatest Hits: 1980–1994". The song, produced by Babyface and Daryl Simmons, became a hit in the United States in 1994. It reached number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Performed by Bill Withers
"Making Music" is the fourth studio album by American soul singer-songwriter and producer Bill Withers, released in 1975. It was also released in the United Kingdom as "Making Friends". The album features the track "I Wish You Well".
Performed by Christina Aguilera
"Genie in a Bottle" is a song recorded by American singer Christina Aguilera from her self-titled debut album released in 1999. Lyrically, "Genie in a Bottle" uses sexual references to talk about the theme of self-respect.
Performed by James Brown
"Don't Be a Dropout" is a song written by Burt Jones and recorded by James Brown. It was Brown's first attempt at a socially conscious song, encouraging teenagers to stay in school. Released as a single in 1966, it charted #4 R&B and #50 Pop.