Released on December 3rd, 1977, this was the second hit single from their 1976 album, Too Hot To Handle.
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The Stranglers – No More Heroes (1977)
This song, by the Stranglers, is to commemorate the untimely death of Dave Greenfield, on May 3rd, 2020. Dave was the keyboard player from British Punk Rock band, The Stranglers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Greenfield This was one of the earlier hits for the Stranglers “No More Heroes”. It never charted on the Billboard Hot 100, but did reach …
Heart – Barracuda (1977)
This was one of the earlier hits for Heart, “Barracuda”. It reached number 11, on the Billboard Hot 100, in 1977, but did not chart, in the UK.
Donna Summer – I Feel Love (1977)
This song was an influential Disco song, by Donna Summer. In 1977, it reached number 1 in the UK, and number 6, on the Billboard Hot 100. This song brings back memories of the Summer of 1977.
March 31st, 2019 64th birthday of AC/DC guitarist Angus Young
Angus Young was born on March 31st 1955, in Glasgow, Scotland. He moved with his family to Australia, when he was 8 years old. In 1973, he co-founded AC/DC with his brother Malcom. The rest, as they say, is history. This song, Whole Lotta Rosie, by AC/DC was released in 1977, but only made it …
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Joe Tex – Ain’t Gonna Bump No More (1977)
Remember this disco classic, from 1977? Joe Tex, told us, he “Ain’t Gonna Bump No More” with no fat woman. The Bump, a memorable, if short lived dance floor craze.
L.T.D. – Back In Love Again (1977)
L.T.D., featuring the great Jeffrey Osborne as lead singer, from the fall of 1977, with Back In Love Again.
The Commodores – Easy (1977)
This song, one of my favorites, by The Commodores reached Number 4, on the charts in the US, and reached Number 9 in the UK in 1977. It was issued on Motown, and was written by the Commodores lead singer, Lionel Richie. This is probably my favorite slow song, of all time.
Kansas – Carry On Wayward Son
In 1977, this song peaked at number 11 on the Billboard charts, the first top 20 hit, for Kansas.