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Sunday, September 26, 2010

One Hit Wonders 1 ~ 19

I decided to take a break from the "heavier" topics. So, for the next few days will be 20 One hit wonders taken from Saturday's list. So what is a one hit wonder? The term varies, but it is usually used as stated above. Also, it is used for artists who are known for one song.

Many one hit wonders reflect the culture or fads of that time period such as disco, CB era, video games. Because of this, there is often a nostalgic feeling. Some, may come from movies. Others occur because an artist from a group may make a solo hit outside of the group.

I really, really, really, really got carried away with this song list of 100. I had to stop myself because I could have gone on. I had a great time putting it together. I'm sure that there is something in my playlist that you will like. The songs are basically in alphabetical order. Because the list is so long, today is the whole list. Then...

Sunday ~ 1-19
Monday ~ 20-39
Tuesday ~ 40-59
Wednesday ~ 60-79
Thursday ~ 80-100
Friday ~ Whatever you come up with if I can find the music. I will also add a link back to the contributor.

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What Would You Add?

4 comments:

Brenda Freeman said...

One hit wonders - reading through your list bought back some wonderful and some funny memories of these songs.

Now I have Afternoon Delight going round and round in my head :) I can remember singing this at the top of my lungs with my girlfriends....such funny times.

Clueless said...

Hi Brenda, Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope to see you again. I too have that song running through my head.

At football games, my friends used to sing at the top of our lungs "You Don't Mess Around With Jim" by Jim Croce. Great fun, but I bet everyone else thought that we were crazy. :-)

Off to see your blog...

FishHawk said...

"Billy, Don't Be A Hero" was written by a local radio personality here in Springfield, MO. His radio name is Woody P. Snow, and I am not sure if he was living around here when he actually wrote the song.

Brenda Freeman said...

That's another one of my favorites - Jim Croce is a legend

Thanks for your comments on my site too. I will definitely be back

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