I look at the Billboard charts repeatedly. 1) Bombay Bicycle Club – A Completely different Form of Repair – Their 2009 debut album ‘I Had the Blues But I Shook Them Loose’ saw them storm the indie circuit with an array of strong tracks of weighty and memorable riffs, together with nonetheless crowd favorite ‘Always Like This’, a potent mix of punk, blues and garage rock infused gems and lyrics alluding to an insecure but likeable pop sensibility.
1. Only The Sturdy Survive – 1969 – Written by Butler and Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, his largest pop tune would go to number one on the R&B charts. Diamond signed with Bang Information in 1966 and his first single, “Solitary Man” didn’t break into the Top forty. Nonetheless, it was released again in 1970 and went to #21 on the weekly charts.
Having began out as a band with a … Read More