The Alive with Clive Playlist on Spotify was started on July 20, 2020.
It consists of the superb new songs from Alive with Clive alums.
Over the past several weeks, as new singles have been released, they have been added to the Playlist.
The Playlist includes only songs of singer-songwriters who’ve been guests on Alive with Clive.
Recent additions to the Playlist include songs by Natalie Gelman, THE 456, Karen Jacobsen, Danielle Patoir, Nico Padden, Cassandra Kubinski, Simon Benegas, Tiffany Thompson, Rue Snider, Abby Ahmad, Shelly Bhushan, Rorie Kelly, Nina Lee and Annie DiRusso.
As a result of these recent additions, there are now more than 150 songs on the Playlist.
At the inception of the Playlist, with some exceptions, the songs were mostly listed in chronological order, with newer songs added to the bottom of the list.
From now on, the order in which the songs are listed on the Playlist is being determined by the votes of fans and listeners — so the Playlist becomes a music chart that is updated on a consistent basis and attracts worldwide attention.
Based on the votes of fans and listeners, soon after the beginning of every month the featured image and thumbnail for the Playlist is updated with the artwork for the top four songs on the Playlist.
The top four songs on the Playlist will thus receive the most attention and exposure, since the featured image and thumbnail will be displayed in Blog posts, in press releases, and in posts on the major social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube and Pinterest.
Here is the new Featured Image for September, 2021:
In general, fans and listeners may vote every day and only once a day. From time to time, though, windows of opportunity will be provided for votes to be cast more often than once a day.
These windows of opportunity will be announced on the page on Instagram and the page on Facebook for Alive with Clive.
Currently, Nashville-based singer-songwriter, Paige Howell, is enjoying a big lead in the voting with her invigorating song, “BODY,” about a dilemma involving irresistible physical attraction to your ex after a breakup.
The song with the second highest number of votes at the moment is “X,” a song about letting go of thoughts about past experiences and carefully organizing memories, by New-Jersey based singer-songwriter, aReJay Ella.
A recent entry to the leaderboard from the new album 501 vibez, “cellular infatuation,” by New-Jersey based electro pop singer-songwriter Xander Marx is currently in third place.
In fourth place on the leaderboard is New York-based singer-songwriter, Scott Krokoff, with his song “Far Too Many Times,” about the value of an attitude adjustment necessary to fulfill a dream.
So far, while almost all the songs on the Playlist have been released since July 30, 2020, the songs by Hanna Barakat on the Playlist are from her album, Siren, which was released on August 16, 2019.
In all likelihood, a few more songs released before July 30, 2020, will be added to the Playlist in the future.
While most playlists on Spotify relate to a specific genre, the Alive with Clive Playlist on Spotify includes songs in the variety of genres of the different singer-songwriters featured.
So, genres include singer-songwriter, acoustic, pop, r and b, rock and roll, heavy metal, folk, blues, funky soul and country.
This Playlist therefore is ideal for music aficionados who love to discover new music artists, no matter what their genre.
These singer-songwriters have more than four songs on the Playlist:
- Chloe Collins — 11
- Natalie Gelman — 10
- Abby Ahmad — 6
- Melanie Bresnan — 6
- Rorie Kelly — 6
- The 456 — 6
- Annie DiRusso — 5
- Craig Greenberg — 5
- Paging Doctor Moon — 5
- Plane Station — 5
Jodi Valentin, Arielle Eden, Lia Menaker and Xander Marx each have four songs on the Playlist.
With new songs being released by Alive with Clive alums almost weekly, the number of songs on the Playlist will soon increase.
The video clips from Alive with Clive on YouTube have been arranged in ten distinct Playlists based on the subject matter of the songs.
Similarly, the songs on the Alive with Clive Playlist on Spotify fall into several different categories, such as love songs, inspiration, breakup, relationships and songs about life.
The songs on the Playlist on Spotify, however, are all in one playlist and are not grouped according to their subject matter or category.
For those who enjoy seeing clips from Alive with Clive on YouTube, there are now over 1,360 clips on The Alive with Clive Channel on YouTube.
Viewers are encouraged to subscribe to the Channel to enjoy new clips while clips of songs performed on the show are still being uploaded.
In addition, viewers and readers might also like to see full shows including the segment called Clive’s Words of Wisdom that appeared at the beginning of most shows. Many full shows are available in the Archives.
Here is the scrollable Alive with Clive Playlist on Spotify with the first 100 songs on the Playlist:
For a useful Blog post with tips on how to use the Control F function on a mobile phone on Safari or Chrome or Edge, so you can quickly locate any song on the long list, click here.
Blog posts about songs on the Playlist will be published on this Web site in the weeks ahead.
For recent press releases about the Alive with Clive Playlist on Spotify, click here.