Bobby Goldsboro felt that Bobby Russell’s tune “Honey” had the potential to return him to the hit charts with a different, simpler approach.
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“Let It Be” offered a “heads up” message for Beatles fans worldwide: The group is breaking up, and nothing can stop its eventual demise.
In the golden years of teen horror films featuring dangerous, oversized creatures running amok, the 1954 classic giant-ant thriller “Them!”
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From their earliest days of international stardom, the Fab Four never failed to acknowledge the early influences of America’s greatest rock pioneers—Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Carl Perkins, Little Richard, Buddy Holly. However, one of the recording superstars often overlooked during interviews was Antoine “Fats” Domino.
In 1968, songwriter Chip Taylor received a phone call from Seattle, saying Merilee Rush and the Turnabouts had cut his song “Angel in the Morning.” Rush’s disc went Top Five in Seattle then spread rapidly across the country.
“Judy in Disguise (with Glasses)” was John Fred and his Playboy Band’s goofy novelty that placed first on the Billboard chart.
Bing Crosby’s classic cover is the best-known version of Irving Berlin’s masterpiece.