Wednesday, May 25, 2011


"I'm a Yo Yo Man" by Rick Cunha peaked at #61 on the Billboard Hot 100 in May 1974. He never released a follow-up single.

Jamestown Massacre peaked at #90 in August 1972 with their only single release "Summer Sun".

"Yellow River" by English rock trio Christie peaked at #23 in the fall 1970.

"Dead Skunk" by Loudon Wainwright III reached #16 in the spring of 1973.

"Let's Call it a Day Girl" by The Razor's Edge from West Palm Beach, Florida, went all the way to #77 in September 1966.

The Arbors from Ann Arbor, Michigan, reached #51 on the Hot 100 in December 1966.

"Race With the Wind" by The Robbs from Milwaukee did not chart nationally but was played on WLS in Chicago and WIRL in Peoria in the early summer of 1966.

"Girl on a Swing", the last charted single by Gerry & The Pacemakers, peaked at #28 in October 1966.

Tony Clarke reached #31 with "The Entertainer" in May 1965.

Chicago's Cryan' Shames went all the way to #85 in September 1967 with "It Could Be That We're in Love", but it was #1 for a few weeks on Chicago's WLS-890 Silver Dollar Survey.

"Yellow Balloon" by The Yellow Balloon (featuring Don Grady from "My Three Sons") went to #25 on the Hot 100 in June 1967.

Scottish pop quintet Marmalade peaked at #49 in May 1976 with "Falling Apart at the Seams".

Heart's first singe "Crazy on You" reached #35 in the summer of 1976.