American soul singer, Tami Lynn, had a top ten hit with this song, in the UK, in 1971. This was partly due to a following of Northern Soul fans. It did not chart in the USA.
This song, How You Remind Me, by Nickelback, in 2001, reached Number 1, on the Billboard Hot 100, and in the UK, and around most of Europe.
Wishing Cyndi Lauper, a happy 65th birthday, today June 22nd, 2019. Here is her second, and one of her biggest Worldwide hits, from 1984, “Time After Time”.
Originally released in 1971, Without You, by Nilsson, or Harry Nilsson reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and on the Billboard Contemporary Singles chart in early 1972. It also spent three weeks at number one, in 1972, in the UK. This song has always been a favorite of mine, and features in my …
Wishing Australian Actress and Singer, Kylie Minogue, a happy 51st birthday, today May 28th, 2019. Here is, what is probably, her biggest Worldwide hit, from 2001, “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”.
This song, “Here Without You”, by American band, 3 Doors down, is one of my Top 100 songs, of all time. It reached number 5, on the Billboard Hot 100, in November 2003. Apparently it only made number 77, in the UK. It is today’s song of the day.
In 1974, this song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, and in Canada. It only reached number two, in the UK, being kept from the number one spot, by Mud’s “Lonely This Christmas”. It is also on my all time Top 100.
This song, “Don’t You Want Me”, by British band, The Human League, was released in December 1981, in the UK, and became the Christmas number one, that year. It reached number one on the Billboard Hot100 in July 1982.
Since You’ve Been Gone is from the fourth album, “Down To Earth”, by Rainbow, released in 1979. This single reached Number 6 in the UK.
This, the first single, from the album “Blondes Have More Fun”, saw “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?” reach number One, in December 1978, in the UK, and in February 1979, in the USA. One of my Top 100 favorite songs.