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September 23, 1977: David Bowie releases “Heroes”, a song inspired by an affair between his married producer, Tony Visconti, and his backup singer, Antonia Maass. Bowie was living in Berlin at the time and would see Visconti and Maass kiss by the wall every day as he looked down at them from the windows of Hansa studios. While it failed to make the Hot 100 when it was first released, it became one of Bowie’s most famous songs!
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September 23, 1967: The Box Tops start a four-week run at the top of the Hot 100 with “The Letter”. At 1:58, this is the last #1 hit (to date) to run UNDER two minutes!
The Box Tops—“The Letter” (Live)
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September 23, 1972: Mac Davis starts a three-week run at the top of the Hot 100 with “Baby, Don’t Get Hooked On Me”. Davis wrote the song after his record company demanded he write something with a “hook”; he delivered, both with the tune AND the title!
Mac Davis—“Baby, Don’t Get Hooked On Me” (Live)
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September 23, 1974: John Lennon releases “Whatever Gets You Thru The Night”, which would go on to become his only solo #1 hit…
John Lennon—“Whatever Gets You Thru The Night”
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