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Ten Little Known Facts about Number Ones artists

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Ten Little Known Facts about Number Ones artists

Tommy Roe

Browse last volume of the history of numbers poster Ones, I discovered a small collection of musical trivia. I even found two pieces of trivia not know about the Beatles.

First, the Beatles were the band warming up for Tommy Roe, singer of the hit number one “dizzy” and “Sweet Pea” a UK tour in 1963. In addition, the popular folk artist Donovan rock can be heard in the title of “Yellow Submarine” is the proper track and Paul McCartney whispering “Mellow Yellow” Donovan single.

Here are ten trivialities I found interest in the book, which covers hits from the 1940s to the 1990s.

Bobbie Gentry, country star, which reached number one in 1967 and a few years later came to inspire a movie with “Ode To Billie Joe,” was married to “spiders and snakes” singer Jim Stafford.

Guitarist Ed King, who co-wrote “Sweet Home Alabama” as a member of the Southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd, previously played in the psychedelic band Strawberry Alarm Clock number one in 1,967 “Incense and mint.”

“The Beatles” I Am the Walrus “inspired a teenager named Jeff Lynne to form electric light orchestra, which has heard cellos used in a rock song for the first time.

Tommy Roe co-wrote the number one hit “dizzy” with Freddy Weller, who was a member of the “Indian reservation” Paul Revere and the Raiders.

“This Masquerade,” which topped the charts in the version of George Benson, was composed by Leon Russell, whose sister was the girlfriend of David Gates bread.

Edgar Winter arrived with the title of “Frankenstein” after all cuts and patches it was for her to try to shorten the instrumental version that went all the way to number one in 1974.

foreign founder Mick Jones and Ian MacDonald met for the first time in a concert of Ian Lloyd, who was the 1973 group lists singer stories “Brother Louie”.

David Bellamy of the Bellamy Brothers, including “Let Your Love Flow” hit the top spot in 1978, he wrote the famous “spiders and snakes.” Jim Stafford simple

Bill Danoff of Starland Vocal Band, famous for 1976 hit “Afternoon Delight,” co-wrote “Take Me Home, Country Roads” by John Denver.

Artist / singer Toni Basil played a prostitute in 1969 cult film Easy Rider before hitting number one in 1983 with “Mickey” and its memorable video cheerleaders.

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