This song, Hot Love, was the first of many number one hits, for British band T.Rex.
It reached number 1, in the UK and stayed there for 6 weeks, beginning on March 20th, of 1971, but only reached number 72, on the Billboard Hot 100.
On his two appearances, in March of 1971, on the BBC TV show, Top Of the Pops, lead singer, Marc Bolan wore shiny satin stage-wear and glittery make-up, triggering the start of the Glam Rock era.
It is from the formative years in my life. Great song!
This song, Get Here, was a top ten hit for Oleta Adams.
It reached number 4, in the UK and number 5, on the Billboard Hot 100, in 1991.
It is from a time of many changes, in my life. Great song!
From 1992, when this reached number 6 in the UK, and number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100, this is “Friday I’m In Love”, by British band, The Cure.
Wow, can you believe this classic, is 40 years old?
“Another One Bites The Dust” is a single from 1980, by British band Queen.
It reached number 1, on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 7, in the UK.
With the nice warm Spring weather we have had lately, it feels like the Summer is on it’s way.
This song reminds me of Summer evenings, back home, in the UK.
From 1970, when this reached number 1 in the UK, and number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, this is “In The Summertime”, by British band, Mungo Jerry.
This was one of the biggest hits for Dr Hook, “When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman”.
It reached number 6, on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 1, in the UK, in 1979.
To mark the death, this week, of Music legend, Bill Withers, here is one of his biggest hits, Lean On Me.
It reached number 1, on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 18, in the UK, in 1972.
To mark the death, this week, of Country Music legend, Kenny Rogers, here is one of his biggest hits, The Gambler. It reached number 16, on the Billboard Hot 100, in 1978.
Treat Her Like A Lady was a number 3, Billboard Hot 100 hit, for Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose, in 1971.
This song, Baby Love, was the second of a long line of hits, for Diana Ross and The Supremes, on the Tamla Motown label.
It reached number one, in the UK and on the Billboard Hot 100, in 1964.
It is one of my Top 100, all time favorites.