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December 11th, 2015
 

THE

BIG

SINGLES

 

For the Chart-Week

ENDING

DECEMBER 13, 1969

 

HOT 100

SINGLES

Top 10

 

 

THIS WEEK IN ‘69:

 

 


 

THIS WEEK—LAST WEEK—TITLE—WRITER(s)—ARTIST(s)—RECORD LABEL—CATALOG NO.

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No. 10 – (LW 11)

(Peak Position: No. 10 Pop & No. 3 R&B) 

“BACKFIELD IN MOTION”

(Hubert Timothy McPherson / Melvin McArthur Hardin)

Produced by: KARL CHANDLER & GENE CHANDLER

Arranged by: TOM-TOM (THOMAS WASHINGTON)

Engineered by: MAL DAVIS

Recorded at UNIVERSAL RECORDING STUDIOS, Chicago, Illinois

MEL AND TIM

BAMBOO Records  BMB – 107

Watch & Listen to MEL AND TIM with this link:

 

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No. 9 – (LW 13)

(Peak Position: No. 1 Pop—No. 1 Easy Listening)

“RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD”

(Burt Bacharach / Hal David)

Producer: BURT BACHARACH / HAL DAVID

Arranged by: BURT BACHARACH

Audio Engineer: PHIL RAMONE

Recorded at A&R Recording Studios, New York

B.J. THOMAS

SCEPTOR Records  SCE–12265 – A

Watch & Listen to B.J. THOMAS with this link:


 

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No. 8 – (LW 6)

(Peak Position: No. 2 Pop)

“AND WHEN I DIE”

(Laura Nyro)

Produced by: JAMES WILLIAM GUERCIO

Arranged by: DICK HALLIGAN

BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS

COLUMBIA Records  4-45008

Watch & Listen to BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS with this album version link:

 

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No. 7  (LW 8)

(Peak Position: No. 7 Pop)

 

“YESTER-ME, YESTER-YOU, YESTERDAY”

(Ron Miller / Bryan Wells)

Produced by: HARVEY FUQUA & JOHNNY BRISTOL

Arranged by: PAUL RISER

STEVIE WONDER

TAMLA Records  T 54188

Watch & Listen to STEVIE WONDER with this TV segment link:

 

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No. 6  (LW 4)

(Peak Position: No. 2 Pop)

“TAKE A LETTER MARIA”

 

(R. B. Greaves a/k/a Ronald Bertram Greaves)

Produced by: AHMET ERTEGUN

String Arrangement: ARIV MARDIN

Engineered by: MARLIN GREEN

Recorded at: Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Sheffield, Alabama with the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section

R. B. GREAVES

ATCO Records  45-6714

Watch & Listen to R.B. GREAVES with this link:

 

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No. 5  (LW 5)

(Peak Position: “Down On The Corner” No. 3 Pop)

(Peak Position: “Fortunate Son” No. 14 Pop until Billboard made the decision to make this single a double-sided chart-release during the last week of November, 1969)

“DOWN ON THE CORNER”

FLIP SIDE:

“FORTUNATE SON”

(J. C. Fogerty a/k/a John Cameron Fogerty)

Produced and Arranged by: JOHN FOGERTY

CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL

FANTASY Records  634

Watch & Listen to both CCR songs with these links:

and…

 

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No. 4  (LW 3)

(Peak Position: “COME TOGETHER” No. 1 Pop)

(Peak Position: “SOMETHING” No. 3 Pop until Billboard made the decision to make this single a double-sided chart-release during the last week of November, 1969)

“COME TOGETHER”

FLIP SIDE:

“SOMETHING”

(George Harrison)

Produced by: GEORGE MARTIN

Recorded in England

THE BEATLES

APPLE Records  2654

Watch & Listen to both BEATLES rarities with these links:

 

and…the genesis of “Something”

 

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No. 3  (LW 9)

(Peak: No. 1 Pop—No. 1 Soul)

“SOMEDAY WE’LL BE TOGETHER”

(Jackey Beavers / Johnny Bristol / Harvey Fuqua)

Produced by: JOHNNY BRISTOL

Arranged by: WADE MARCUS

DIANA ROSS And The SUPREMES

MOTOWN Records  M 1156

Watch & Listen with this DIANA ROSS And The SUPREMES extended mix link:

 

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No. 2  (LW 2)

(Peak: No. 1 Pop—No. 1 Easy Listening)

“LEAVING ON A JET PLANE”

(John Denver a/k/a John Deutschendorf)

Produced by: ALBERT B. GROSSMAN & MILT OKUN

PETER, PAUL & MARY

WARNER BROS. Records 7340

Watch & Listen with this link with PETER, PAUL & MARY along with the song’s writer, JOHN DENVER:

 

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 No.1

 

Pop

 

45 RPM

 

(Last Week No. 1 Pop)

(Peak Position: No. 1 Pop)

 

 

“NA NA HEY HEY KISS HIM GOODBYE”



(Gary DeCarlo / Dale Frashuer / Paul Leka)

 

Flip-Side:

“IT’S THE MAGIC IN YOU GIRL”

 

STEAM

Featuring Garrett Scott

 

FONTANA RecordsF-1667

 

Produced by: PAUL LEKA for Heather Productions, Inc.

 

Arranged and Conducted by: PAUL LEKA

 

 

If you look at the name of the artist above, you’ll see its STEAM, featuring Garrett Scott. Scott is none other than Gary DeCarlo, one of the co-writers of “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye.” Gary DeCarlo wrote to me the other day, saying, “Today is the day “Na Na” went number 1 in this country, and here it is 46 years later and it's still going, thanks to all the fans. It would be great if all of you would get together and start telling venues and booking agents in your areas that you want me to come there and sing for you, which I would love to do.” Gary co-wrote the song as simply “Kiss Him Goodbye” way back in 1961 when he, Dale Frashuer and Paul Leka were in a group called the Chateaus. That act hailed from Bridgeport, Connecticut. The Chateaus were previously known as the Glenwoods and the Citations, and were basically what would be called a “Doo-Wop” vocal group. Flash forward to 1968, when Gary DeCarlo recorded four songs in New York City for Mercury Records at their studios there. The company liked the tracks so much, they wanted to release all four as eventual A sides of singles. The first one was DeCarlo’s version of “Working On A Groovy Thing,” written by Neil Sedaka and Roger Atkins. Patti Drew had recorded a version as did the 5th Dimension; with their version becoming a No. 20 Pop hit during the late summer of ’69. Mercury needed B sides for those four they picked as A sides for 45 RPM release by “Garrett Scott.” When Mercury (using their Fontana subsidiary label) wanted to release “It’s The Magic In You Girl” as one of those A sides, DeCarlo began doodling around with some faux lyrics, “Na na na na,” and then added that to the melody to the song “Kiss Him Goodbye” that he and his pals had released back in the early ‘60s. Suddenly, the updated version of that original song from ’61 had a drum track taken from one of those four prior Mercury recordings, and looped by the studio engineer. Producer Paul Leka and Dale Frasheur doubled their voices for harmonies, and a monster hit was born.



You should also know, Gary DeCarlo has told me there was no guitar, nor a bass guitar on the recording. There was only an organ, piano and vibes along with the drum track and doubled vocals. Those drums sound awkward as they came in at odd times for the final take, but that sound was put to good effect. “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye” toppled “Come Together b/w “Something” from the No. 1 spot on the Hot 100 singles chart, and was in the second and final week in the pinnacle position during this survey period in ’69. So a song that was basically originally thought of as a throw-away B side, ended up being not only a huge hit, but would become synonymous at sporting events (notably for the Chicago White Sox) when a home team was telling the visiting team to leave the arena or stadium. That fooling around in the studio ended up being one of the better known songs of the entire decade, and was one of the last No. 1 recordings during the 1960s. The song’s producer, arranger and co-writer Paul Leka died in 2011. Leka was also known for his co-writing and co-production of the song “Green Tambourine” by the Lemon Pipers, and was responsible for a cult-like oldies classic, “Will You Be Staying After Sunday” by a group called the Peppermint Rainbow; a fabulous piece of what’s known as “Sunshine Pop.” Leka also produced Harry Chapin’s No. 1 Pop song, “Cat’s In The Cradle” at his own recording studio in Bridgeport, CT. DeCarlo recorded a very slow and bluesy remake of “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye” about a year ago; and personally sent me a copy. It’s actually closer to the original recording from 1961 than the big hit in ’69.



 

THE

BIG

SINGLES

 

For the Chart-Week

ENDING

DECEMBER 14, 1974

 

 

HOT 100

SINGLES

Top 10

 

 

THIS WEEK IN ‘74:

 

 


 

THIS WEEK—LAST WEEK—TITLE—WRITER(s)—ARTIST(s)—RECORD LABEL—CATALOG NO.

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No. 10 – (LW 12)

(Peak Position: No. 3 Pop)

“JUNIOR’S FARM”

(Paul McCartney)

Produced by: PAUL McCARTNEY

FLIP SIDE:

“SALLY G”

(Peak Position: No. 17 Pop)

PAUL McCARTNEY & WINGS

APPLE Records  1875

Watch & Listen to MACCA & WINGS’ “Junior’s Farm” with this link:

Watch & Listen to the B side “SALLY G” with this link:

 

 

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No. 9 – (LW 36)

(Peak Position: No. 1 Pop)

“LUCY IN THE SKY WITH DIAMONDS”

(ELTON JOHN featuring the Reggae guitars of Dr. Winston O’ Boogie)

 

(John Lennon / Paul McCartney)

Produced by: GUS DUDGEON

ELTON JOHN

MCA Records  MCA-40344

Listen to ELTON JOHN with John Lennon LIVE with this link:

 

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No. 8 – (LW 9)

(Peak Positions: No. 7 Pop—No. 2 Soul—No. 28 Easy Listening)

“SHA-LA-LA (MAKE ME HAPPY)”

(Al Green)

Produced by: WILLIE MITCHELL

 

String Arrangement: JAMES MITCHELL

 

Strings performed by: The Memphis Strings

 

Horns performed by: The Memphis Horns

 

Backing vocalists: CHARLES CHALMERS, DONNA & SANDRA RHODES

 

Engineered by: WILLIE MITCHELL

 Recorded in Memphis

AL GREEN

HI Records  5N-2274

Watch & Listen to AL GREEN with this link:

 

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No. 7  (LW 10)

(Peak Positions: No. 2 Pop—No. 1 Soul—No. 2 Disco—No. 1 Pop UK

“YOU’RE THE FIRST, THE LAST, MY EVERYTHING”

(Barry White / Tony Sepe / Peter Ratcliffe)

Produced by: A Soul Unlimited, Inc. Production & BARRY WHITE Inc., Productions

Arranged by: BARRY WHITE & GENE PAGE

Backing vocals: LOVE UNLIMITED

Engineered by: FRANK KEGMAR & PAUL ELMORE

BARRY WHITE

20th Century Records  TC-2133

Watch & Listen to BARRY WHITE live with this link:

 

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No. 6  (LW 4)

(Peak Positions: No. 2 Pop—No. 1 Soul—No. 8 Disco

 

“DO IT (‘Til You’re Satisfied)”

(Billy Nichols)

Produced by: JEFF LANE & DOCK Productions for “O” Productions, Inc.

Strings Arranged by: RANDY MULLER

Organ performed by: SAM MILLER

Disco Remix: TOM MOULTON

B. T. EXPRESS

ROADSHOW / SCEPTER Records  SSJ-12395

Watch & Listen to B. T. EXPRESS with this link:

 

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No. 5  (LW 6)

(Peak Positions: No. 1 Pop—No. 1 Easy Listening)

“ANGIE BABY”

(Alan O’Day)

Produced by: JOE WISSERT

Arranged & Conducted by: NICK De CARO

HELEN REDDY

CAPITOL Records – 3972

Watch & Listen to HELEN REDDY live with this link:

 

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No. 4  (LW 5)

(Peak Positions: No. 1 Pop—No. 6 Easy Listening)

 

“CAT’S IN THE CRADLE”

(Harry Chapin / Sandra Chapin)

Produced by: PAUL LEKA

Concert Master: IRVING SPICE

Engineered by: RON BACCHIOCCHI

Recorded at: Paul Leka’s Connecticut Recording Studios, Bridgeport, CT.

HARRY CHAPIN

ELEKTRA Records  E-45203-A

Watch & Listen to the story of genesis of the song, and a LIVE performance by HARRY CHAPIN with this link:

 

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No. 3  (LW 2)

(Peak Positions: No. 1 Pop—No. 1 Country)

“I CAN HELP”

(Billy Lance Swan)

Younggun Production by: CHIP YOUNG & BILLY SWAN

Electric Guitarists: REGGIE YOUNG & CHIP YOUNG

Engineered by: CHIP YOUNG

BILLY SWAN

MONUMENT Records  ZS8 8621

Watch & Listen to a live TV performance by BILLY SWAN with this link:

 

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No. 2  (LW 3)

(Peak Positions: No. 2 Pop—No. 1 Easy Listening—No. 4 Soul—No. 1 Pop U.K.)

“WHEN WILL I SEE YOU AGAIN”

(Kenny Gamble / Leon Huff)

Produced by: KENNY GAMBLE & LEON HUFF

Arranged by: BOBBY MARTIN

Recorded at: SIGMA SOUND Studios, Philadelphia, PA

THE THREE DEGREES

PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL Records  ZS8 3550

Watch & Listen to a lip-synced TV performance by the THREE DEGREES with this link:

 

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 No.1

 

Pop

45 RPM

 

(Last Week No. 1)

 
“KUNG FU FIGHTING”



(Carl Douglas)

 

 

CARL DOUGLAS

 

20th CENTURY RecordsTC-2140

 

Produced by:  

APPAIAH BIDDU

 

Arranged by:  

GARY SHURY

 

Engineered by:

RICHARD DODD

 

Recorded at:

Nova Sound Studios, London

 

 

 

 

I’m not sure if, “Everybody was Kung Fu Fighting” as this song proudly proclaims in its kick-off sentence—but the 45 RPM release from Carl Douglas was at the peak of the Hot 100 Singles chart during this survey-segment in ’74 on 20th Century Records. It was produced by inexhaustible early disco maven Biddu—real name Biddu Appaiah. This was Carl Douglas’ only Top-U.S. 40 hit, and it was one of the earlier “Disco” hits to reach No. 1 on the Pop chart. Douglas was soon to have a No. 1 Hot Soul LP in early 1975 from the newcomer and Jamaican native, with his album Kung Fu Fighting and Other Love Songs on 20th Century Records. His major hit single, “Kung Fu Fighting” was in the prime spot on the Hot 100 Singles chart here in America for this, the second and final week, as well as the top seven-inch record in the U.K. The song was viewed as a novelty song, although my recollection is that early Disco dancers really loved it on the brightly lit dance floor of the club at the Jersey Shore where I wore the glittery shirts and big-heeled shoes as the DJ Jay the Jock.

“Kung Fu Fighting” was originally going to be released in the U.K. as the B side to a schmaltzy ballad called “I Want To Give You My Everything,” penned by Larry Weiss—the guy who wrote the monster hit “Rhinestone Cowboy.” But upon hearing this Kung Fu tune, the record company’s A&R (Artists & Repertoire) guy insisted that the B side become the A side. Here in the U.S. A., “Kung Fu Fighting” had a B side called “Gamblin’ Man” when released on 20th Century Records. There was a follow-up single stupidly called “Dance The Kung Fu” that didn’t fare nearly as well, as the novelty wore off quickly; peaking at No. 48 on the Hot 10. And that was it for Carl Douglas on the charts here in the colonies. He was managed by a guy you’ve likely never heard of; but you may know his voice. The late Eric Woolfson, who also managed Alan Parsons of the Alan Parsons Project, sang on many of that studio ensembles’ music, largely recorded by engineer/producer Parsons at the EMI Studios at Abbey Road. Woolfson’s lead vocals can be heard on the songs, “Time” and “Eye Of The Sky” (he also wrote many of the “Project” hits) and many others. You may not know that Parsons had earlier done engineering/production work with the Beatles in the late ‘60s. The production of “Kung Fu Fighting” by Biddu sold an estimated 11 million copies worldwide. I’d love the royalties on that 45.

 


THE

BIG

SINGLES

 

 

 

For the   Chart-Week

ENDING

DECEMBER 18, 1982

 

HOT 100

SINGLES

Top 10

 

 

THIS WEEK IN ‘82:

 

 


THIS WEEK—LAST WEEK—TITLE—WRITER(s)—ARTIST(s)—RECORD LABEL—CATALOG NO.

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No. 10 – (LW 10)

(Peak Positions: No. 2 Pop—No. 36 Adult Contemporary—No. 4 Black—No. 15 Pop U.K.)

“MUSCLES”

(Michael Jackson)

Produced by: MICHAEL JACKSON

Strings Arranged by: BILL REICHENBACH

Vocals Arranged by: MICHAEL JACKSON

DIANA ROSS

RCA Records  PB-13348

Watch & Listen to this DIANA ROSS performance with this video link:

 

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No. 9 – (LW 9)

(Peak Positions: No. 9 Pop—No. 9 Pop U.K.)

“ROCK THIS TOWN”

(Brian Setzer)

Produced by: DAVE EDMUNDS

STRAY CATS

EMI AMERICA Records  B-8132

Watch & Listen to this STRAY CATS performance with this video link:

 

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No. 8 – (LW 8)

(Peak Positions: No. 3 Pop—No. 1 Black—No. 34 Adult Contemporary—No. 4 U.K. Pop)

“SEXUAL HEALING”

(Marvin Gaye / Odell Brown / David Ritz)

Produced by: MARVIN GAYE

 

Recorded in Ohain, Belgium

 

MARVIN GAYE

COLUMBIA Records  38-03302

Watch & Listen to this MARVIN GAYE performance with this video link:

 

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No. 7  (LW 7)

(Peak Positions: No. 3 Pop, U.S.—No. 1 Rock Tracks—No. 1 Pop, Canada)

“DIRTY LAUNDRY”

(Don Henley / Danny Kortchmar)

Produced by: DON HENLEY, DANNY KORTCHMAR & GREG LADANYI

Engineered by: GREG LADANYI

DON HENLEY

EMI Records  B-50218

Watch & Listen to this DON HENLEY performance with this video link:

 

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No. 6  (LW 6)

(Peak Positions: No. 6 Pop, U.S—No. 4 Adult Contemporary—No. 6 U.K. Pop)

“STEPPIN’ OUT”

(Joe Jackson)

Produced by: JOE JACKSON & DAVID KERSHANBAUM

JOE JACKSON

A&M Records  2428 S

Watch & Listen to this JOE JACKSON performance with this video link:

 

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No. 5  (LW 4)

(Peak Positions: No. 1 Pop, U.S—No. 1 Adult Contemporary—No. 2 Soul—No. 6 U.K. Pop)

“TRULY”

(Lionel Richie)

Produced by: LIONEL RICHIE and JAMES ANTHONY CARMICHAEL

String Arrangements by: GENE PAGE

Vocal Arrangement: LIONEL RICHIE

LIONEL RICHIE

MOTOWN Records – 1644

Watch & Listen to this LIONEL RICHIE performance with this video link:

 

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No. 4  (LW 5)

(Peak Positions: No. 2 Pop, U.S—No. 1 Black—No. 8 Pop, U.K.)

“THE GIRL IS MINE”

(Michael Jackson)

Produced by: QUINCY JONES for Quincy Jones Productions

Vocal Arrangement: MICHAEL JACKSON & QUINCY JONES

String Arrangement: JERRY HEY

Synthesizer Arrangement: DAVID FOSTER

Rhythm Arrangement: DAVID PAICH & QUINCY JONES

MICHAEL JACKSON

EPIC Records  03288

Watch & Listen to this MICHAEL JACKSON and PAUL McCARTNEY performance with this video link:

 

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No. 3  (LW 2)

(Peak Positions: No. 2 Pop, U.S—No. 1 Black—No. 8 Pop, U.K.)

“GLORIA”

(Umberto Tozzi / Giancarlo Bigazzi / Trevor Veitch)

Produced by: JACK WHITE

Co-Produced by: GREG MATHIESON

LAURA BRANNIGAN

ATLANTIC Records  4048

Watch & Listen to this LAURA BRANNIGAN performance with this video link:

 

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No. 2  (LW 1)

(Peak Positions: No. 1 Pop, U.S—No. 3 Dance Club Play—No. 2 Pop, U.K.)

“MICKEY”

(Nicky Chinn / Mike Chapman)

Produced by: GREG MATHIESON and TREVOR VEITCH

TONI BASIL

CRYSALIS Records 2638

Watch & Listen to this TONI BASIL performance with this video link:

 

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 No.1

 

Pop

45 RPM

 

(Last Week No. 3)

 

“MANEATER”



(Lyrics: Daryl Hall / John Oates / Sara Allen)

(Music: Daryl Hall / John Oates)

 

Flip-Side:

“DELAYED REACTION”

 

 

DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES

 

RCA RecordsPB-13354

 

Produced by:

DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES

 

Co-Produced by: NEIL KERNAN

 

Mixed by: HUGH PADGHAM

 

 

For music chart maniacs, if this record did just one thing—it was that it dislodged the insipid “Mickey” by Toni Basil from the No. 1 slot on the Hot 100 Singles chart. Daryl Hall & John Oates did it with the song “Maneater” on RCA Records; the debut single from H_O. And, for the duo, this song was the biggest chart hit of their careers. There’s no question the future most successful chart-duo in Pop music history were on fire at this point in music history. Just an aside here—while “Kiss On My List” from their album called Voices was No. 1, they visited me in my radio studio in New Jersey in early ‘81 and told me they were already working on a new album in New York; scheduled to come out later in the year with their co-producer Neil Kernon working with them again. He had mixed and co-produced Voices with Daryl and John. That was the first album they helped produce. At the time, they told me that this was their make-it-or-break-it album. It made it bigger than any album before…and Voices was their 10th LP. RCA stuck with them through the dark times after the song “Rich Girl” became their first No. 1 in 1977; followed by an over four-year dry spell. But, they still had quite a lot of life left in their hit-making writing and performing bullpen. The album (after Voices) they told me they were working on, eventually called Private Eyes was another smash with four hit singles released from that set. Next came their current album (in 1982) H_O. That LP spawned yet another No. 1 single, this week’s biggest hit, “Maneater” sitting at apex of the Hot 100 for the first of four back-to-back weeks.

The H_O album also yielded two more Top 10 hits: “One On One” (No. 7 Pop) and “Family Man” (No. 6 Pop) in the U.S. The duo would continue to have Top 40 hits through 1990; including one final No. 1 hit, “Out Of Touch” from the follow-up album after H_O called Big Bam Boom in ’84. Hall is currently starring on his own TV show on a cable channel DIY where he restores historic homes.  Click here to check our Daryl's Restoration OverHaul.

Hall also has been doing a musical show Live From Daryl’s House since 2007 via a podcast and now on Palladia, VH1 and other video outlets. Separately, John Oates was spotlighted on that Palladia in early 2015 with a special called John Oates: Another Good Road featuring HIS music; now available on DVD. Daryl and John released a new LIVE album in 2015; and they’ll be performing together for yet another American tour in 2016 with a stop in NYC at Madison Square Garden on February 19th. And for the record, the long-time duo wants you to know there is no such act as Hall & Oates. It’s Daryl Hall & John Oates. For a brief time, they were labeled as Daryl Hall – John Oates…with no “&” sign in between names. They take their brand very seriously to this date. So, if I were you, I wouldn’t do any haulin’ oats jokes around them. 

See you NEXT week with another Big Jay’s Big Week in Pop Music History. Share this with your Record Pig pals. Listen to me on the legendary CBS-FM 101.1 in NYC. I’m on all-night both weekend nights, 12 AM to 6 AM ET from the Greatest City in the World!

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**Special thanks to www.ShopRadioCast.com for supplying the photo of the 45 RPM adapter insert. 

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**All chart information is used by permission of Record Research, Inc., from Publisher Joel Whitburn. The original information comes from Billboard Magazine’s various Hot 100 singles, Top 200 albums, and various R & B charts published by Billboard as compiled by Record Research. www.RecordResearch.com

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