TNB Night Owl – Baker’s Dozen

For whatever reason – which I cannot adequately explain – I dislike lengthy article titles: they clutter up the white space at the beginning of the story. This post would have been more accurately and descriptively titled, “Thirteen Hits From Ace, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Ambrosia, & Firefall, For A Mellow Monday Morning”. That’s more than a bit wordy, ergo it was demoted to mere subtitle. I hope you like the pithier substitute.

By pure coincidence, I stumbled upon some sublimely useless trivia within this playlist. In 1979, Atlanta Rhythm Section had a top 20 hit with a cover of “Spooky” (included below), originally a top 5 hit by the Classics IV in 1967. This is kind of a bookend to last week’s Santana playlist! Also in 1979, Santana had a top 40 hit with “Stormy”, originally a top 5 hit by the Classics IV in 1968.

You’re welcome.

1974/1975
How Long (3:25)
Ace

1975
Holdin’ On To Yesterday (4:21)
Ambrosia

1976
You Are The Woman (4:10)
Firefall

1977
So Into You (4:21)
Atlanta Rhythm Section

1977
Just Remember I Love You (3:16)
Firefall

1978
I’m Not Gonna Let It Bother Me Tonight (4:11)
Atlanta Rhythm Section

1978
How Much I Feel (4:44)
Ambrosia

1978
Imaginary Lover (5:08)
Atlanta Rhythm Section

1978
Strange Way (4:46)
Firefall

1979
Do It Or Die (3:29)
Atlanta Rhythm Section

1979
Spooky (5:09)
Atlanta Rhythm Section

1980
Biggest Part Of Me (5:25)
Ambrosia

1980
You’re The Only Woman (You & I) (4:23)
Ambrosia

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