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THIS WEEK IN AMERICA! BILLBOARD ‘HOT 100′: 10/1971

October 17th, 2017

BILLBOARD HOT 100 October 23, 1971 (click on chart image 2x for largest detailed view)


BILLBOARD HOT 100 TABULATED BY RECORDS RETAIL SALES AND RADIO AIRPLAY

BILLBOARD HOT 100 October 23, 1971


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These were the record singles you bought in 1971. Many went on to become the most popular radio airplays heard on AM radio in Detroit, October 1971, on Top 40 CKLW, WKNR, and on conservative album-oriented, adult easy-listening WXYZ, WCAR and WJR radio.


THE NATION’S TOP-SELLING 100 SINGLES 1971



 

THIS WEEK 50 YEARS AGO: THE HOTTEST HIT IN THE USA!

October 17th, 2017


NUMBER 1 IN AMERICA ’67 * LuLu * 10/15/67 – 11/18/1967


BILLBOARD HOT 100 TOP FIVE: WEEK-ENDING OCTOBER 21, 1967

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NUMBER ONE FOR 1967!

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SEVENTEEN WEEKS on the singles chart, “To Sir With Love” by Lulu peaked this week at No. 01 (5 weeks) on the Billboard Hot 100, week October 15 through November 18, 1967(source: Billboard)

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THIS WEEK IN AMERICA! BILLBOARD ‘HOT 100′: 10/1970

October 16th, 2017

BILLBOARD HOT 100 October 17, 1970 (click on chart image 2x for largest detailed view)


BILLBOARD HOT 100 TABULATED BY RECORDS RETAIL SALES AND RADIO AIRPLAY

BILLBOARD HOT 100 October 17, 1970


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These were the record singles you bought in 1970. Many went on to become the most popular radio airplays heard on AM radio in Detroit, October 1970, on Top 40 CKLW, WKNR, and on conservative album-oriented, adult easy-listening WXYZ, WCAR and WJR radio.


THE NATION’S TOP-SELLING 100 SINGLES 1970



 

A MOTOWN SNAPSHOT MEMORY: STEVIE WONDER, ’68

October 16th, 2017

FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE‘ is the ninth (tenth overall) studio album by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder on Motown Records, released in November 1968. Then eighteen years old, Wonder had established himself as one of Motown’s consistent hit-makers. This album continued Wonder’s growth as a vocalist, songwriter and producer. It featured songs like the title track, Shoo-Be-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day and the modest hits “I Don’t Know Why” and “You Met Your Match.” While “I Don’t Know Why” was not released outright a single, the titled song found it’s way instead on the B-side of Stevie Wonder’s 1969 million-seller, “My Cherie Amour.” It also marked the debut of the Hohner Clavinet (keyboard) on a Stevie Wonder album, which would become a mainstay on albums to come. (Source: Wikipedia; All Music)


STEVIE WONDER circa 1967



DETROIT MOTOWN MONDAY RECORD FLASHBACK ’68!

October 16th, 2017


STEVIE WONDER * 1967

A MOTOWN MONDAY MEMORY: TONY BENNETT! 1967

October 16th, 2017

TONY BENNETT * 1967

 

THE MAGIC BEHIND THE DETROIT MOTOWN SOUND! ’65

October 16th, 2017

“I’LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU” (INSTRUMENTAL) * THE SPINNERS * 1965

 

THIS WEEK IN AMERICA! BILLBOARD ‘HOT 100′: 10/1969

October 13th, 2017

BILLBOARD HOT 100 October 18, 1969 (click on chart image 2x for largest detailed view)


BILLBOARD HOT 100 TABULATED BY RECORDS RETAIL SALES AND RADIO AIRPLAY

BILLBOARD HOT 100 October 18, 1969


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These were the record singles you bought in 1969. Many went on to become the most popular radio airplays heard on AM radio in Detroit, October 1969, on Top 40 CKLW, WKNR, and for a brief time, the “new” Top 40 WJBK and on conservative album-oriented, adult easy-listening WXYZ and WJR radio.


THE NATION’S TOP-SELLING 100 SINGLES 1969



THE ESSENCE OF ‘SOUL’ 60S GENERATION: ’67 DEFINED!

October 13th, 2017


SOUL SURVIVORS * 1967

— BILLBOARD: Peaked #4; November 4, 1967 —



THE ESSENCE OF ‘SOUL’ 60S GENERATION: ’67 DEFINED!

October 13th, 2017


THE FORUM * 1967

— BILLBOARD: Peaked #45; August 19, 1967 —



 

Motor City Radio Flashbacks

Memories From the Soundtrack of Your Life