The Jam Was Moving – Debbie Harry

Chart Position: NR

  • Written and produced by Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards
  • Guitar: Chris Stein, Nile Rodgers
  • Keyboards: Robert Sabino, Nathaniel S Hardy Jr
  • Backing vocals: Mark Mothersbaugh, Gerald Casale
  • Recorded in New York City NY
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I’m Just Too Shy – Jermaine Jackson

Chart Position: NR

  • Written and produced by Jermaine Jackson

Rhinestone Cowboy – Glen Campbell

Chart Position: 1

  • #2 bestseller for 1975
  • Written and originally recorded by Larry Weiss (1974)
  • Produced by Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter
  • Recorded in Los Angeles CA
  • This is Glen Campbell’s biggest hit single
  • The lyrics reflect the perspective of a faded country music star, a subject that resonated with Glen Campbell who had not had a hit record in four years as well as having his hit CBS TV series cancelled
  • This song was the inspiration for the 1984 Sylvester Stallone film Rhinestone
  • Also recorded by Chris LeDoux (1975), Wayne Newton (1976), Loretta Lynn (1976), Slim Whitman (1976), Charley Pride (1977), Don Estelle (1977), Rhett Sanborn (1980), Grant & Forsyth (1991), John Primer (1992), Party Animals (1996), Lee Towers (1999), David Hasselhoff (2004), Acoustic Guitar Troubadours (2009), Andy Lee Lang (2010), Blake Shelton (2015) and many others

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I’ll Do For You Anything You Want Me To – Barry White

Chart Position: 40

  • Written and produced by Barry White
  • Recorded in Los Angeles CA

Sneakin’ Up Behind You – Brecker Brothers

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Michael and Randy Brecker, Don Grolnick, Will Lee and David Sanborn
  • Saxophone: Michael Brecker, David Sanborn
  • Trumpet: Randy Brecker
  • Keyboards: Don Grolnick
  • Guitar: Bob Mann
  • Produced by Randy Brecker
  • Recorded in New York City NY
  • Brecker Brothers are from New York City NY
  • This is Brecker Brothers’ only hit single

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Spirit of the Boogie – Kool and the Gang

Chart Position: 35

  • Lead vocals: Robert ‘Kool’ Bell
  • Written and produced by Kool and the Gang
  • Guitar: Amir-Salaam Bayaan
  • Keyboards: Khalis Bayaan, Ricky West
  • Backing vocals: Donal Boyce, George Brown, Dennis Thomas, Robert Mickens, Ricky West, Otha Nash
  • Recorded in New York City NY

Black Friday – Steely Dan

Chart Position: 37

  • Lead vocals: Donald Fagen
  • Written by Donald Fagen and Walter Becker
  • Backing vocals: Michael McDonald
  • Keyboards: Donald Fagen, Michael Omartian, David Paich
  • Guitar: Walter Becker, Hugh McCracken
  • Recorded in Los Angeles CA
  • Produced by Gary Katz
  • The ‘Black Friday’ referred to in this song refers to Sept 24 1869 when a group of investors ploy to drive up the price of gold failed

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Sure Feels Good – Elvin Bishop

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Elvin Bishop, Angie Alan and David Ebensberger and Al Green
  • Guitar: Elvin Bishop, Johnny Vernazza
  • Recorded in Sausalito CA
  • Produced by Johnny Sandlin

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Free Man – South Shore Commission

Chart Position: NR

  • Lead vocals: David Abner Scott
  • South Shore Commission is from Chicago IL
  • This is South Shore Commission’s only hit single

Another Night – Hollies

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks and Terry Sylvester
  • Lead vocals: Allan Clarke
  • Backing vocals: Tony Hicks, Terry Sylvester
  • Guitar: Allan Clarke, Terry Sylvester, Tony Hicks
  • Keyboards: Bernie Calvert, Pete Wingfield
  • Produced by Ron Richards
  • Recorded in London U.K.