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The top ten songs were: " Do I Love You ( Indeed I Do )" by Frank Wilson, " Out on the Floor " by Dobie Gray, " You Didn't Say a Word " by Yvonne Baker, " The Snake " by Al Wilson, " Long After Tonight is Over " by Jimmy Radcliffe, " Seven Day Lover " by James Fountain, " You Don't Love Me " by Epitome of Sound, " Looking for You " by Garnet Mimms, " If That's What You Wanted " by Frankie Beverly & the Butlers, and " Seven Days Too Long " by Chuck Wood.
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And while less than ten years earlier the wayward Black Sox -- all of them top performers in their positions -- had toiled for stingy Charles Comiskey at salaries ranging from twenty-five hundred dollars to forty-five hundred dollars a year, stars now were asking ten thousand dollars, twenty thousand dollars, yes, even fifty thousand dollars a season.
", with backing vocals later dubbed on by The Picks, reached the top ten of United States and United Kingdom charts.
In 1950, he had two top ten hits, " Ida Red Likes the Boogie " and " Faded Love ", which were his last hits for a decade.
For nineteen consecutive years, from 1891 through 1909, Cy Young was in his leagues ' top ten for innings pitched ; in fourteen of the seasons, he was in the top five.
The South Side is home to the University of Chicago ( UC ), ranked one of the world's top ten universities ; and the Museum of Science and Industry.
The follow-up to " Don't Dream it's Over ", " Something So Strong ", was not as successful as its predecessor but reached the top ten in New Zealand, America and Canada.
According to The Hollywood Reporter < nowiki >'</ nowiki > s annual Star Salary Top 10, she was tied for eighth place on the top ten list of actresses ' salaries, commanding 10 to 12 million dollars per movie for 2006.
As a result, she slipped from the list of top box office stars, last appearing in the top ten in 1966 with the hit film The Glass Bottom Boat.
With its debut at No. 9, Day made history, becoming the oldest female artist to ever have had a top ten album on the Top 40 Official UK Album chart.
For the 1991 award, the United States Department of Defense ' swept the first six places in the Doublespeak top ten ' for using euphemisms like " servicing the target " ( bombing ) and " force packages " ( warplanes ).
They are popular with urban and apartment dwellers, ranking among the top ten most popular breeds in 76 of 190 major US cities surveyed by the AKC.
Parton's initial success came as a songwriter, writing two top ten hits with her uncle Bill Owens: Bill Phillips's " Put it off Until Tomorrow " and Skeeter Davis ' 1967 hit " Fuel to the Flame ".
That song, a cover of Tom Paxton's " The Last Thing on My Mind ", released in late 1967, reached the country top ten in January 1968, launching a six-year streak of virtually uninterrupted top-ten singles for the pair.
She continued to have hits with " Heartbreaker " ( 1978 ), " Baby I'm Burning " and " You're the Only One " ( both 1979 ), all of which charted in the pop singles Top 40, and all of which also topped the country-singles chart ; 1979's " Sweet Summer Lovin '" became the first Parton single in two years to not top the country singles chart ( though it still nonetheless reached the top ten ).
The album bore the transatlantic top ten hit " Blue Jean ", itself the inspiration for a short film that won Bowie a Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video, " Jazzin ' for Blue Jean ".
Critic Roger Ebert was and remains today a champion of the film, including it on his all-time top ten best films list.
According to a survey by The Washington Post, The Thin Blue Line made dozens of critics ' top ten lists for 1988, more than any other film that year.
Despite the recognition and success they enjoyed in the States, they were still largely ignored in the United Kingdom until their sixth album, the platinum selling A New World Record, hit the top ten there in 1976.
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On the Adult Contemporary chart, all five songs were top 10 hits, with two of the five (" Baby Baby " and " That's What Love Is For ") reaching No. 1.
On July 21, 1979, six days after the riot, the top six records on the U. S. music charts were disco songs.
In 1997 Enya released her greatest hits collection, Paint the Sky with Stars: The Best of Enya, again a top five smash in the UK and Germany, which featured two new songs: " Paint the Sky with Stars " and " Only If ..."; " Only If ..." later became a single.
He used a Fender Jaco Pastorius Tribute fretless replica bass for the song " Malignant Narcissism " on Snakes & Arrows, and a Fender Custom Shop Jazz with an Alder Body and a Flamed Maple top in Transparent Red for songs in an alternate tuning during the last several tours.
Also, several clogging groups frequently performed on the show, and occasionally the show featured child singers who would perform top country songs of the day.
The countdown show, ranking the top songs of the previous week, has been a staple of weekend radio programming since 1970 ; current hosts of countdown shows in various formats include Rick Dees, Ryan Seacrest, Jeff Foxworthy, Kix Brooks, Bob Kingsley, Crook & Chase, Randy Jackson, Walt Love, Al Gross, Dick Bartley, and ( via reruns ) Casey Kasem.
In this radio format, disc-jockeys would select one of a set of the forty best-selling singles ( usually in a rack ) as rated by Billboard magazine or from the station's own chart of the local top selling songs.
In that year, Louis Jordan dominated the top five listings of the R & B charts with three songs, and two of the top five songs were based on the boogie-woogie rhythms that had come to prominence during the 1940s.
Twain returned to American Idol as a guest mentor for a week where the top 6 contestants showcased her songs.
The confusion, nonetheless, is so pervasive that, when " Take Me Out to the Ball Game " was selected by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Recording Industry Association of America as one of the 365 top " Songs of the Century ", the song was credited to Billy Murray, implying his recording of it as having received the most votes among songs from the first decade.
The top songs in America as listed on April 4, in order, are: Can't Buy Me Love, Twist and Shout, She Loves You, I Want to Hold Your Hand, and Please Please Me.
From 1980 to 1986 he had nine songs in the US country top 40 yet failed to crack the top 100 in the UK or the Billboard Hot 100.
In March 1955, the group had four songs in Cash Box magazines top 50 songs: " Dim, Dim the Lights, ( I Want Some Atmosphere )", " Birth of the Boogie ", " Mambo Rock ", and " Shake, Rattle and Roll ".
Certified Platinum by the RIAA, Emancipation is the first record featuring covers by Prince of songs of other artists: Joan Osborne's top ten hit song of 1995 " One of Us "; " Betcha by Golly Wow!
All five songs eventually selected became major hits and, in the September 28, 1935 broadcast of Your Hit Parade, all five featured in the top fifteen songs selected for that week.
She achieved success in the mid-1980s with the release of the debut solo album She's So Unusual in 1983, which included four Billboard Hot 100 top five songs: " Girls Just Want to Have Fun ," " Time After Time ," " She Bop ," and " All Through the Night.
Her success continued with True Colors in 1986, which included two Billboard Hot 100 top ten songs: the number one smash " True Colors " and " Change of Heart ," and earned two nominations at the 29th Grammy Awards.
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A second leaped from his horse to the top of the bale, firing four arrows in such rapid succession it didn't seem possible they were in flight.
The Lalauries were at the top rung of the social ladder, and even a jury didn't feel privileged to doubt the veracity of so illustrious a lady.
Across the front of a yard and down the side, they were iron, either spiked along the top or arched in half circles.
We were forbidden to swing on the gates, lest they sag on their hinges in a poor-white-trash way, but we could stand on them, when they were latched, rest our chins on the top, and stare and stare, committing to memory, quite unintentionally, all the details that lay before our eyes.
A hay-wagon moved slowly along the gutter, the top of it swept by the low boughs of the maple trees, and loose straws were left hanging tangled among the leaves.
Behind him lay the Low Countries, where men were still completing the cathedrals that a later Florentine would describe as `` a malediction of little tabernacles, one on top of the other, with so many pyramids and spires and leaves that it is a wonder they stand up at all, for they look as though they were made of paper instead of stone or marble '' ; ;
Wildcat and The Unsinkable Molly Brown were originals, but pretty bad, leaving top honors again to an import -- the jaunty and charmingly French Irma La Douce.
A fringe of housing and gardens bearded the top of the heights, and behind it were sandy roads leading past farms and hayfields.
The maximum suction was 3.25'' '' of test fluid measured from the top of the block, and steady states were apparently reached with these fluids.
The bubble was filled to the top and special precautions were taken to prevent any sample from remaining in the capillary.
Successive 1-ml fractions were then drawn off with a hypodermic syringe, starting at the top of the tube, and tested for agglutinin activity.
Some of the features of the top portions of Figure 1 and Figure 2 were mentioned in discussing Table 1.
There were three houses in Salyer's Canyon just at the foot of a low bluff, the road winding along the top, entering above, and then passing down in front of the houses, thence to the Vermejo.
And once medicine, food, clothing and shelter had been provided for the flood's victims, communications and the mail were the next top problems.
Indications as late as the top of the sixth were that the Birds were to end their victory draught as they coasted along with a 3-to-o advantage.
Last week, when Royal was informed that three Longhorns were among the conference's top four in rushing, he said: `` That won't last long ''.
Ramsey has a thing or two to mutter about himself, for the Dallas defensive unit turned in another splendid effort against Denver, and the Texans were able to whip the dangerous Broncs without the fullbacking of a top star, Jack Spikes, though he did the team's place-kicking while nursing a knee injury.
Ultimately the U.N. army in the Congo reached a top strength of 19,000, including about 5,000 from India and a few soldiers from Eire and Sweden, who were the only whites.