The 5th Dimension had one of their biggest hits with a Bacharach-David classic
The 5th Dimension
Betty Everett & Jerry Butler scored with a cover of a beloved Everly Brothers hit
Say what you want about the cultural phenomenon that was Star Wars, but boy could you dance to its theme song.
Out of the ashes of the Hi_Fis rose two classic vocal groups; the 5th Dimension, and the Friends of Distinction.
Wait, is that Neil Diamond on this week’s AM Gold? Nope, it’s just Gallery.
Wait…..I thought THAT was the original version!
And just like that, the first chapter of AM Gold in the 1970s is over.
The third installment of our look at “AM Gold: 1969” is a grim one indeed. We can only imagine what it was like to hear these songs all the time back then.
This week’s look at AM Gold touches on Laura Nyro, the Bee Gees, and David Hasselhoff. Because that’s just how we roll.
As we kick off our look at AM Gold: 1967, we begin with a discussion on the merits of Time-Life’s track selection for the series.
D’ya like the Mamas & the Papas, the Association, Spanky and Our Gang, and other great ’60s pop? Popdose produces a plethora of it in this week’s Friday Mixtape.
The 5th Dimension had their first hit with Jimmy Webb’s “Up, Up, and Away.” When the time came for their second album, they turned to Webb again. The rest is pop history.
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