In 1976, The Beatles reached # 7 on the charts with Got
To Get You Into My Life. A pretty cool achievement for a band
that had broken up 6 years earlier. It was a single from the Rock
and Roll Music compilation album.
1978 # 1 hit, You Don't Bring Me Flowers was actually
a remix of two different versions of the song, done by Neil Diamond
and Barbra Striesand. WAKY-AM/Louisville KY program director Gary
Guthrie spliced the two versions together as a gift for his wife,
who was apparently a fan of both artists.
1973's Dark Side of the Moon, by Pink Floyd began it's
741 weeks in the top album charts. Money was the biggest single
off the album, reaching #111 on the pop charts. (not a typo)
In 1978, Soundtracks rocked the carts - Night Fever,
If I Can't Have You and Stayin Alive from Saturday
Night Fever hit number on the Billboard Charts, as did Grease
and You're The One That I Want from Grease.
1972 marked the deaths of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Janis
Joplin. Don McLean's American Pie referenced three other rock
deaths from the Day The Music Died (February 3, 1959) - Buddy
Holly, Ritchie Valens, and The Big Bopper
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