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    What year ...??

    I Wanna Get Next To You, Rose Royce

    The Rubberband Man, Spinners

    Nobody Does It Better, Carly Simon

    Ain't Gonna Bump No More (With No Big Fat Woman), Joe Tex

    I Never Cry, Alice Cooper

    Somebody To Love, Queen

    Muskrat Love, Captain & Tennille

    Walk This Way, Aerosmith

    Year Of The Cat, Al Stewart

    Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word, Elton John

    Don't Worry Baby, B.J. Thomas

     
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    1975...??
     
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    1972
     
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    i'm gonna go one more on matty and bid 1976...price is right strategy usually works

    p.s. radiohead's cover of "nobody does it better" is killer. one of my favorite covers.

    i'd link it but i don't want to drag google into this
     
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    I had thought that Muskrat Love and Nobody Does It Better were early 70's, but I think Year of the Cat was later.  I'm going with 1976 like PH, but might be '75.


     
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    I was in High School when these were hits.

    So this is no doubt ancient history now.

    I'm not going to cheat, since I can narrow it down to between 1972-76.

    I'm going to guess 1975 but I might be off by a year.
     
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    1976 or 1977...1976 is already taken so I'll take 1977.
     
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    i believe i was in junior high that's why i went with 72 - maybe 73 -- 76 i graduated high school - i know that is too late

    nope i was wrong
     
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    1976 or 1977...1976 is already taken so I'll take 1977.
    Posted by Hfxsoxnut


    1977 it is.  Nice going, Hfx.

    I'll have a real tough list for you all soon.  

    PS  (Klaas, why did you remove your post?? You nailed it, too.  :D )
     
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    I knew I nailed it yogafriend. I deleted my post because I looked too much like a softy regarding that one song I have clear memories about ... need to uphold my tough guy image.
     
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    I knew I nailed it yogafriend. I deleted my post because I looked too much like a softy regarding that one song I have clear memories about ... need to uphold my tough guy image.
    Posted by Klaas


      I have to say,I love the Gilligan avatar.Although I'm not quite sure it portrays a "tough guy image".
     Gilligan's Island was one of my favorite shows.Here's a couple of trivia question regarding Gilligan's Island.
      In an episode,there was a band that came top the island for quiet because they thought it was deserted.What was the name of the band that came to the island?Bonus points if you can remember the names of the 4 members.
      Also,what was the name of the band the women (Ginger,Mary Anne and Lovey) on the island performed under in the same episode?
     
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    In Response to Re: Top Hits of... :   I have to say,I love the Gilligan avatar.Although I'm not quite sure it portrays a "tough guy image".  Gilligan's Island was one of my favorite shows.Here's a couple of trivia question regarding Gilligan's Island.   In an episode,there was a band that came top the island for quiet because they thought it was deserted.What was the name of the band that came to the island?Bonus points if you can remember the names of the 4 members.   Also,what was the name of the band the women (Ginger,Mary Anne and Lovey) on the island performed under in the same episode?
    Posted by mrmojo1120

    I always thought The Monkees were the band in that episode. I peeked (unlike I did in my original response to yogafriend's question), and am shocked they were not.
     
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    Nice...I was going to guess 1976...
     
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    I would have sworn that Walk This Way came out while I was actually in high school.
     
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    I would have sworn that Walk This Way came out while I was actually in high school.
    Posted by carnie


     I was in the class of '76 (that's the spirit) and thought I had remembered listening to it while driving to school.I looked it up and Walk This Way was on the "Toys in the attic" album that came out in 1975.
    Then Aerosmith re-released it as a single in 1976 it hit the top 10 in 1977.

    Also,if anyone doesn't remember Rose Royce,their most famous song was "Carwash".They did a great album called "In full bloom" that didn't get much attention.Nice soul-funk album to kick back to.
     
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    I knew I nailed it yogafriend. I deleted my post because I looked too much like a softy regarding that one song I have clear memories about ... need to uphold my tough guy image.
    Posted by Klaas
    Oh, that's somethin', Klaas.  :D  Since I'm no doubt the only person who saw your comment (and the song), that will remain locked in a vault, never to be revealed.  Good move, IMHO.  :D

     
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    In Response to Re: Top Hits of... :  I was in the class of '76 (that's the spirit) and thought I had remembered listening to it while driving to school.I looked it up and Walk This Way was on the "Toys in the attic" album that came out in 1975. Then Aerosmith re-released it as a single in 1976 it hit the top 10 in 1977. Also,if anyone doesn't remember Rose Royce,their most famous song was "Carwash".They did a great album called "In full bloom" that didn't get much attention.Nice soul-funk album to kick back to.
    Posted by mrmojo1120
    Thanks, mrmojo.   I should have been more clear.   
    I'm usually more concise; I was in a hurry, and I apologize for any confusion with this one.

    Top Hits = When were these songs in the Top 100?   This would potentially mean same year the song was released for some, but could easily mean a year later or even two for others.   All of these songs were Top 100 hits concurrently in 1977.

    Can't make these queries easy for this crowd.   You're too smart (and now, so am I -- at least in matters such as this)  --   :D

     
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