Saturday, March 27, 2010

Show #225--3/28/10

Sweet Cream Ladies, Forward March—The Box Tops
Soul Coaxing (Ame Caline)—Raymond LeFevre and his Orchestra
Love is Here and Now You’re Gone—Diana Ross and the Supremes
This Can’t Be True—Eddie Holman
Love or Let Me Be Lonely—The Friends of Distinction
Smiling Faces Sometimes—The Undisputed Truth
Black Satin—Miles Davis
On the Sly—The Bamboos
Baby—The Phenomenal Handclap Band
You Too—Caroline Peyton
Too Tender (To Touch)—Lene Lovich
These Are the Laws—Judie Tzuke
I Love a Long Goodbye—Sloan

Hour 2—Billboard Hot 100 Spotlight: March 29, 1975

Hits and sorta-hits from 35 years ago today, as we once again boogaloo up the chart.

Black Superman/Muhammad Ali—Johnny Wakelin/The Kinshasa Band (#95)
Rainy Day People—Gordon Lightfoot (#84)
The Pill—Loretta Lynn (#70)
Thank God I’m a Country Boy—John Denver (#60)
Amie—Pure Prairie League (#54)
How Long—Ace (#48)
Killer Queen—Queen (#40)
Lady—Styx (#23)
Shame Shame Shame—Shirley & Company (#12)
You Are So Beautiful—Joe Cocker (#5)
Express—B.T. Express (#4)
Philadelphia Freedom—Elton John (#3)
Lovin’ You—Minnie Riperton (#2)
Lady Marmalade—Labelle (#1)

Just keep telling yourself, "It's only a video...only a video..."
"Baby"--The Phenomenal Handclap Band.

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