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Friday, October 1, 2010

More One Hit Wonders

I hope that you had fun with the one hit wonders.  Mike Golch from Mike's Place and Golch Central's Rambling Place was the only one contribute to my list.  It is Andrew Gold's Golden Girls There, Thank You For Being A Friend.  Some I discovered by his 5 on Friday series.  The rest our my finds...I own many of these.

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A little bit of trivia...

 Gimme Dat Ding was used used as background music on the Benny Hill Show.

On Valley Girl Frank Zappa's daughter, Moon Unit Zappa, sang in the song as well.

Nothing Compares 2 U was written by Prince and first recorded by the The Family.

The Jarmels were named after a street in Harlem.

Seasons in the Sun is reportedly about a friend of Terry Jacks suicide.

Ides of March is indeed named after a line in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.

Even though Jimi Hendrix is know for much more music,All Along the WatchTower was his only top 40 hit. It topped at 20 and was written by Bob Dylan.

Sam Harris was the winner of Star Seach for the male vocalist in 1984...sort of like an older version of American Idol.

MacArthur Park was a number one hit for Donna Summer in 1978.

Although Lorne Green was know for his television work, Ringo was a number one hit for him in 1964.

Although the Grateful Dead has a tremendous loyal following and was established in 1966, their only top 40 hit, Touch of Grey, hit number 9 in 1987.

Phil Collins wrote this #13 song, I Know There's Something Going On sang by Frida from the hit group Abba.

Judy in Disguise (With Glasses) is a parody of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds by the Beatles.

Tracy Chapman has an Anthropology degree and won the 1988 Best New Artist Grammy Award.

Rosanne Cash is the daughter of Johnny Cash.

Bobby Caldwell wrote tracks for "New Mickey Mouse Club" television show and commercials.


Anonymous said...

How about "Baby Got Back" by Sir Mix-A-Lot?

Wishing you well,

Mike Golch said...

I thank you for the Tip of The Hat.I also enjoyed listening to your selections.

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