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Rock and Roll July 11

1960 – The most unusual song made it to the tops of the charts “Alley-Opp” and due to some complications, it was played by a fictitious group called The Hollywood Argyles.

1964 – At the top of the charts was Dean Martin’s version of “Everybody Loves Somebody”. This song replaced his previous song “That’s Amore” and became his new signature song.

That same year The Supremes hit number one on the charts with “Where Did Our Love Go?” The song stayed on the charts for 14 weeks.

Also, The Animals were at the top of the UK chart with “House of the Rising Sun”.

1969 – The Rolling Stones came out with “Honky Tonk Woman”.

1970 – “Mama Told Me Not to Come” sung by Three Dog Night was at the top of the charts.

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