’70s One Hit Wonders That Will Trigger Some Major Nostalgia
The ’70s were a revolutionary time for music. Hits from this decade not only put new spins on rock and R&B, but the world was also propelled into disco, which whether you liked it or not, became a sensation in itself. But while some artists made songs that become quintessential ’70s hits, unfortunately, their success would barely last a year on the U.S. charts, let alone the decade. Read on to see if you remember these one-hit wonders of the ’70s — maybe your favorite made the list!
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unlike the grateful dead or bob dylan the live appearances of warren zevon have never been meticulously catalogued the tourlist presented below is an attempt to address the need for an accurate catalogue of live appearances the catalogue has several potential uses such as providing the actual date of that