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Sultry Hits

Sultry Hits

The guys take you through the top ten of what they describe as Sultry Hits.


Sultry Hits

“The theme of the music is generally bathed in guilt or teasing. Where R&B is unapologetically sexy and direct, (Sultry Hits) is like shamed white guys.” (Ryznar) Sultry Hits typically include references to the “street,” “night,” “city,” “heat” or “sweat.” The saxophone is the definitive instrument of Sultry Hits. Sultry Hits songs doesn’t necessarily equal sexy or pretty. Videos - shot in film noir style - may have fog that emanate from manhole covers.

Example: “You Belong to the City” by Glenn Frey 
The Stevehole (or Hollywood Steve Explains): 


10. “Black Velvet” by Alannah Myles

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9. “I Still Believe” by Tim Cappello

 

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7. “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins

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