Posts tagged: No. 1 song
It's the first song, of course. It was co-written by Carole King.
“Somethin' Stupid” was the No. 1 song when you arrived on the scene.
No reason to take it personally.
This was the No. 1 song for much of March in 1985. Called a power ballad, this got played a lot on the radio. Can you remember where you might have been when you heard it?
Perhaps it is odd to issue an earworm alert with a post that does not include an audio link. But some of us do not need to be reminded how “Can't Fight This Feeling” goes.
It was No. 1 on this date in 1977.
An Easy Listening song at No. 1 is a reminder that, for many music lovers, the pop charts were utterly irrelevant to legions who had fled to FM rock.
This was the No. 1 song on the radio when you arrived.
I was in grade school and liked the Dave Clark Five at this time, but I can't say I thought much of this song — the group's only U.S.No. 1 hit.
“Islands in the Stream.”
I would not listen to it in a house.
I would not listen to it with a mouse.
This was the No. 1 song on the radio when you emerged and asked what time your shows were on.
Another fine example of why Top 40 was becoming increasingly irrelevant to an increasing segment of the music-buying public.
This learnable song was No. 1 on this date in 1966.
This was the No. 1 song on the day you were born.
It was No. 1 on this date in 1971.
We have discussed the group America here before. But it's never too late to weigh in.
Ladies and gentlemen, the No. 1 song 50 years ago on this date.
Perhaps the designer of this record sleeve was inspired by an upset tummy.
You might have heard this song once or twice.
Which made it the last No. 1 song of the 1960s.
And the first No. 1 song of the 1970s.
This was the No. 1 song on this date in 1963.
For some, this song evokes a memory of a tragic news event that would shove everything else aside later that November.
Here's the song.