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  • Arlene Mielczarski

    Arlene Mielczarski Woodhaven, NY

    I wanted to know if you can add some of these songs to your list: 1. "Bridge Over Troubled Water" - Simon & Garfunkel 2. "American Woman" - The Guess Who 3. "Get Ready" - Rare Earth 4. "Band Of Gold" - Freda Payne 5. "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" - B.J. Thomas 6. "ABC" - The Jackson 5 7. "Let It Be" - The Beatles 8. "(They Long To Be) Close To You" - Carpenters 9. "Mama Told Me Not To Come" - Three Dog Night 10. "War" - Edwin Starr The Top 10 Singles of 1971 1. "Joy To The World" - Three Dog Night 2. "It's Too Late" - Carole King 3. "How Do You Mend A Broken Heart" - The Bee Gees 4. "Indian Reservation" - The Raiders 5. "One Bad Apple" - The Osmonds 6. "Go Away Little Girl" - Donny Osmond 7. "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)" - The Temptations 8. "Take Me Home, Country Roads" - John Denver 9. "Maggie May" - Rod Stewart 10. "Knock Three Times" - Dawn The Top 10 Singles of 1972 1. "American Pie" - Don McLean 2. "Alone Again (Naturally)" - Gilbert O'Sullivan 3. "Without You" - Nilsson 4. "Brand New Key" - Melanie 5. "I Gotcha" - Joe Tex 6. "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" - Wayne Newton 7. "Let's Stay Together" - Al Green 8. "The First Time Ever I Saw You Face" - Roberta Flack 9. "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" - Looking Glass 10. "Lean On Me" - Bill Withers The Top 10 Singles of 1973 1. "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree" - Dawn featuring Tony Orlando 2. "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" - Jim Croce 3. "Crocodile Rock" - Elton John 4. "My Love" - Paul McCartney & Wings 5. "Let's Get It On" - Marvin Gaye 6. "Touch Me In The Morning" - Diana Ross 7. "Delta Dawn" - Helen Reddy 8. "Playground In My Mind" - Clint Holmes 9. "Killing Me Softly With His Song" - Roberta Flack 10. "Me And Mrs. Jones" - Billy Paul The Top 10 Singles of 1974 1. "The Way We Were" - Barbra Streisand 2. "Come And Get Your Love" - Redbone 3. "Seasons In The Sun" - Terry Jacks 4. "Show And Tell" - Al Wilson 5. "Love's Theme" - The Love Unlimited Orchestra 6. "The Loco-motion" - Grand Funk 7. "Bennie And The Jets" - Elton John 8. "You Make Me Feel Brand New" - The Stylistics 9. "Sunshine On My Shoulders" - John Denver 10. "T.S.O.P. (The Sound Of Philadelphia)"" - MFSB featuring The Three Degrees "Little Willy" is another of my favorites. Just some suggestions instead of playing the same songs at every gig.

    I wanted to know if you can add some of these songs to your list:
    1.
    "Bridge Over Troubled Water" - Simon & Garfunkel

    2.
    "American Woman" - The Guess Who

    3.
    "Get Ready" - Rare Earth

    4.
    "Band Of Gold" - Freda Payne

    5.
    "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" - B.J. Thomas

    6.
    "ABC" - The Jackson 5

    7.
    "Let It Be" - The Beatles

    8.
    "(They Long To Be) Close To You" - Carpenters

    9.
    "Mama Told Me Not To Come" - Three Dog Night

    10.
    "War" - Edwin Starr

    The Top 10 Singles of 1971

    1.
    "Joy To The World" - Three Dog Night

    2.
    "It's Too Late" - Carole King

    3.
    "How Do You Mend A Broken Heart" - The Bee Gees

    4.
    "Indian Reservation" - The Raiders

    5.
    "One Bad Apple" - The Osmonds

    6.
    "Go Away Little Girl" - Donny Osmond

    7.
    "Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)" - The Temptations

    8.
    "Take Me Home, Country Roads" - John Denver

    9.
    "Maggie May" - Rod Stewart

    10.
    "Knock Three Times" - Dawn

    The Top 10 Singles of 1972

    1.
    "American Pie" - Don McLean

    2.
    "Alone Again (Naturally)" - Gilbert O'Sullivan

    3.
    "Without You" - Nilsson

    4.
    "Brand New Key" - Melanie

    5.
    "I Gotcha" - Joe Tex

    6.
    "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" - Wayne Newton

    7.
    "Let's Stay Together" - Al Green

    8.
    "The First Time Ever I Saw You Face" - Roberta Flack

    9.
    "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" - Looking Glass

    10.
    "Lean On Me" - Bill Withers

    The Top 10 Singles of 1973

    1.
    "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree" - Dawn featuring Tony Orlando

    2.
    "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" - Jim Croce

    3.
    "Crocodile Rock" - Elton John

    4.
    "My Love" - Paul McCartney & Wings

    5.
    "Let's Get It On" - Marvin Gaye

    6.
    "Touch Me In The Morning" - Diana Ross

    7.
    "Delta Dawn" - Helen Reddy

    8.
    "Playground In My Mind" - Clint Holmes

    9.
    "Killing Me Softly With His Song" - Roberta Flack

    10.
    "Me And Mrs. Jones" - Billy Paul

    The Top 10 Singles of 1974

    1.
    "The Way We Were" - Barbra Streisand

    2.
    "Come And Get Your Love" - Redbone

    3.
    "Seasons In The Sun" - Terry Jacks

    4.
    "Show And Tell" - Al Wilson

    5.
    "Love's Theme" - The Love Unlimited Orchestra

    6.
    "The Loco-motion" - Grand Funk

    7.
    "Bennie And The Jets" - Elton John

    8.
    "You Make Me Feel Brand New" - The Stylistics

    9.
    "Sunshine On My Shoulders" - John Denver

    10.
    "T.S.O.P. (The Sound Of Philadelphia)"" - MFSB featuring The Three Degrees

    "Little Willy" is another of my favorites. Just some suggestions instead of playing the same songs at every gig.

  • Joe-E

    Joe-E

    Im looking to forward to my next genorous portion of cheeze!!

    Im looking to forward to my next genorous portion of cheeze!!

  • 45rpm

    45rpm Cheeseville

    Lori! Thanks so much for the kind words. We love bringing these songs back to life, but we love even more hearing that the audience appreciates it. You can order a t-shirt on-line (go to the Kitsch Mart on our website) or come to one of our shows. We usually set up a t-shirt table, if there is room in the club. We look forward to partying with you again!

    Lori!

    Thanks so much for the kind words. We love bringing these songs back to life, but we love even more hearing that the audience appreciates it.

    You can order a t-shirt on-line (go to the Kitsch Mart on our website) or come to one of our shows. We usually set up a t-shirt table, if there is room in the club.

    We look forward to partying with you again!

  • Lori

    Lori North Babylon

    I am loving the old songs and cheese. :) There is always a good time to be had at your shows. How do I get a t-shirt? Thanks.

    I am loving the old songs and cheese. smile There is always a good time to be had at your shows. How do I get a t-shirt? Thanks.

  • sue

    sue bellmore

    1st listened to you at a barbeque on Labor Day weekend at my friends house...Enjoyed your group!!

    1st listened to you at a barbeque on Labor Day weekend at my friends house...Enjoyed your group!!

  • BOB

    BOB EARTH

    Don't forget the Archies- Sugar, Sugar

    Don't forget the Archies- Sugar, Sugar

  • 45rpm

    45rpm Cheeseville

    Lisa B. Thanks for that bit of trivia. Lots of people ask what that thingy is called... Keep the comments coming, folks..:)

    Lisa B. Thanks for that bit of trivia. Lots of people ask what that thingy is called... Keep the comments coming, folks..smile

  • Lisa B

    Lisa B Glen Cove

    To your fans I share this very important piece of trivia: The former RCA Corporation introduced a snap-in plastic insert known as a spider to make 45 rpm records compatible with the smaller spindle size of a 33⅓ rpm LP record player. Commissioned by RCA president David Sarnoff and invented by Thomas Hutchison, spiders were prevalent in the 1960s and sold tens of millions per year.

    To your fans I share this very important piece of trivia:
    The former RCA Corporation introduced a snap-in plastic insert known as a spider to make 45 rpm records compatible with the smaller spindle size of a 33⅓ rpm LP record player. Commissioned by RCA president David Sarnoff and invented by Thomas Hutchison, spiders were prevalent in the 1960s and sold tens of millions per year.

  • Lori

    Lori Islip

    Just saw you guys at KJ Farrell's and I had the best time EVER. You were fantastic. There was a lot of amazing talent on that stage and I can't wait to see you again!! CHEESE ON!!!

    Just saw you guys at KJ Farrell's and I had the best time EVER. You were fantastic. There was a lot of amazing talent on that stage and I can't wait to see you again!! CHEESE ON!!!

  • Mary-Jo

    Mary-Jo N Babylon NY

    Hoping to get out early enough to make the show...

    Hoping to get out early enough to make the show...

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