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I was just about to turn 30 and number 19 was my favorite. Which of the top 20 was yours?

BeeHappy 9 Apr 15

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All great choices which is why I can't choose a favorite. I will say that Donna Summer as an artist topped my list that year.

Unity Level 7 Apr 16, 2019

Excellent choice!


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Definitely 1, My Sharona.
I turned 20 that year.
More of a Queen, Aerosmith fan.

All good ones!


#19 was my favorite and still is a favorite.
#1 was one I liked.

Ahhh... we have something in common... of course only with a gazillion others. Lol


i remember 10 & 13 better that the others. liked Mcarthur Park but by Richard Harris.


Disco era, I didn't care for any of them.

What were you listening to at that time?

@BeeHappy Ten Years After, Supertramp, Roxy Music, many others. Later The Cars, The Police, Devo, the Tubes Roxy Music - Love Is The Drug

@BeeHappy And a lot of Pink Floyd.

@GeorgeRocheleau Cool... I liked the Police, the Cars and Devo. Thanks George!

I agree. The Village people were amusing, Debbie Harry was gorgeous and Dr Hook and the Doobie Brothers were OK but the rest ? nah.


Heart of Glass for me, What a Fool Believes a close second

Good picks... I was a big Doobie Brothers fan... especially Michael McDonald.

@BeeHappy i still am. Love them


None of my favorites on that list. That was my senior year in college and I wasn't into pop music then. Once disco took over I didn't listen to the radio much. I liked the artists that got their start in the 1960s and early 1970s, and most were still putting out good music in the late 1970s.

So how about a favorite from that time... not on the list?

@BeeHappy Pink Floyd - The Wall
Tom Petty - Don't Do Me Like That
ELO - Don't Bring Me Down

@ATDayHiker Yes! Good picks! Thanks.


Hey, how have you been, BeeHappy? The late 70's was such a rich time in my life. I gave a long look at the spiritual "MacArthur Park", and "Reunited" ( because a recent breakup at that time made me emotionally vulnerable to that song). But I, too, settled on "What a Fool Believes".....a lovely little melody, good vocals, and poignant real life lyrics. And whether it is music, movies, or my own life, I find poignancy to be irresistibly powerful.

Good choice! 😁


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