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September 18, 1976: Wild Cherry start a three-week run at the top of the Hot 100 with “Play That Funky Music”, a song that was meant to be the B-side to their cover of The Commodores’ “I Feel Sanctified”. It became their only hit, and according to lead singer Rob Parissi it was no accident; Parissi claims he would pick a hit song each week and try to “copy” it, writing something similar but different enough to avoid a lawsuit. When it comes to “Play That Funky Music”, it was based on the Ohio Players’ song “Fire”.
Wild Cherry—“Play That Funky Music”
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September 18, 1961: Bobby Vee starts a three-week run at the top of the charts with “Take Good Care of My Baby”, his only #1 hit.
Bobby Vee—“Take Good Care of My Baby”
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50 years ago today, The Beatles recorded “Birthday”, a song that was essentially made up on the spot by Paul McCartney…
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40 years ago today, “WKRP in Cincinnati” debuts on CBS! The show—set at a radio station that changes its format from easy listening to rock—was created by writer Hugh Wilson and inspired by his own experiences while working in sales at WQXI in Atlanta. The series ran for four seasons and continued to find success in syndication. (BTW—its theme song would actually chart, peaking at #65 on the Hot 100!)
Steve Carlisle—“WKRP in Cincinnati Main Theme”
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