Saturday, February 9, 2019

WLS Top 40 for February 10, 1969-- Part 4: "Soulful Strut"


25.  SOULFUL STRUT--  Young Holt Unltd.    #3     Chicago instrumental group.  Their biggest hit of three Top 100s.

24.  INDIAN GIVER--   1910 Fruitgum Company      #5   From New Jersey.   A case of broken love, indeed.  I loves my Bubblegum Music and I don't care what anybody says.

23.  SOULSHAKE--  Peggy Scott and Jo Jo Benson    #37     Soul duo.    I don't remember this one at all, but it's real good.

22.  PROUD MARY--  Creedence Clearwater      #2    The song that put 'em on the charts.  Their biggest hit.   One of the all-time best-ever songs by my all-time, best-ever group.

21.  GOODNIGHT MY LOVE--  Paul Anka     #27     Born in Ottawa, Canada.   Could be a Frank Sinatra song with that whole orchestra and chorus thing going like that.

Name That Tune (from the above songs):  "Left A God Job In the City, Workin' For the Man Ev'ry Night and Day."  Answer below.



"Proud Mary"

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