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Top 21 of ’76 - #16

#16 – Steely Dan – “Don’t Take Me Alive” – (1976)

This Steely Dan song wasn’t even an official single. The lyrics have a Butch Cassidy-type story going on, but the way they are sung is what sells this track for me. 37 more words

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Top 21 of ’76 - #17

#17 – Queen – “Somebody to Love” – (1976)

A Day at the Races was Queen’s second consecutive album to be named after a Marx Brothers film. 57 more words

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Top 21 of ’76 - #18

#18 – The Doobie Brothers – “It Keeps You Runnin’” – (1976)

This Doobie Brothers classic was written by lead singer Michael McDonald and features his silky smooth blue-eyed soul voice. 32 more words

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Replay of the week #6

My replay of the week is filled with new song on my list of replays and as you know I can’t stop listening to them. Let’s get into it. 70 more words

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Top 21 of ’76 - #19

#19 – Gordon Lightfoot – “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” – (1976)

This huge hit for Gordon Lightfoot has to have the weirdest inspiration for a hit song ever. 108 more words

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Top 21 of ’76 - #20

#20 – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – “Breakdown” – (1976)

“Breakdown” was Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ first single. Ever. It came from their self-titled debut album that was released near the end of 1976. 28 more words

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Top 3 Songs ATM

Hey guys so today I’m just going to share my top 3 songs at the moment for this Musical Monday!

Song 1: Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran… 21 more words

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