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Ooh, Jackie Blue

11 Apr 2017 04:53


Song: Jackie Blue (1975)

Artist: Ozark Mountain Daredevils

Writers: Larry Lee and Steve Cash

Album: It'll Shine When It Shines (A&M)

Ooh, Jackie Blue, Lives her life from inside of her room.

If you look up OMD on Google, you'll like get Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, an English electronic group formed in the late 1070's. There is, however, another band of that era whose song, Jackie Blue, if not the band itself, you will remember….

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Diamond Girl

05 Mar 2017 01:44


Song: Diamond Girl (1973)

Artist: Seals and Crofts

Album: Diamond Girl (Warner Brothers)

Seals and Croft's hit Summer Breeze is a bit too saccharin for me, even from a consistently saccharin act. I mean, "blowing through the Jasmine in my mind?" Bleck. Yet, it is just as likely to show up on a 70's hit compilation as their equally big hit, Diamond Girl, a far cooler song whose opening riff you will instantly recognize….

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Brandy Youre A Fine Girl

05 Mar 2017 00:12

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Song: Brandy

Artist: Looking Glass (1972)

Album: Looking Glass (Epic)

For a one-hit wonder, Looking Glass scored a huge one. Brandy (You're a Fine Girl) was tremendously popular and is still a soft radio classic, not to mention a staple of Karaoke. It was, in fact, so big that it caused Barry Manilow to rename his song Brandy, to Mandy, in order to avoid confusion with the Looking Glass hit. This was two years after Brandy was released. If the band had stuck with the original name, Manilow needn't have bothered.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers play a popular cover version of Brandy in concert….

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Kept On Looking For A Sign

11 Dec 2016 22:05


Song: Couldn't Get it Right (1977)

Artist: Climax Blues Band

Album: Gold Plated (Sire)

Couldn't Get it Right was a no. 3 hit for the Climax Blues Band in May of 1977. They shared the charts with Stevie Wonder, with Sir Duke at number one, Leo Sayer with When I Need You at number two. Many will recognize the chorus but have a hard time placing the band:…

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I Wanna Kiss You All Over

28 May 2016 02:41


Song: Kiss you All over (1978)

Artist: Exile

Album: Mixed Emotions

Casual country fans might be shocked to know that the 80's country hit makers, Exile, toured with acts such as Aerosmith, Heart, Dave Mason, Boston and Seals & Crofts in 1978. Although their first no. 1 country hit was Woke Up in Love in 1983, their first ever no. 1 song was Kiss You All Over, a mellow soft rock/pop hit, sung by Jimmy Stokely and J.P. Pennington. The song went to no. 1 on Billboard in 1978, spending 23 weeks on the charts….

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