Bobby Freeman's '50s hit "Do You Want To Dance" was also a Hot 100 hit for Del Shannon, The Beach Boys, The Mamas & the Papas, Bette Midler and the Ramones.
Mark Ronson's "Uptown Funk" was the first US chart-topper to include the word "funk" in the title.
In 2010, the biggest-selling song in the UK was "Love the Way You Lie" by Eminem.
Bob Dylan's original version of "Mr. Tambourine Man," released on his album Bringing It All Back Home, has no tambourine, just guitars and harmonica.
"Oh Well," from their 1960s Peter Green era, is the only Fleetwood Mac song played in concert in every decade they've been extant.
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The top chant artist in the Western world, Krishna Das talks about how these Hindu mantras compare to Christian worship songs.
Michael tells the story of "Send Me On My Way," and explains why some of the words in the song don't have a literal meaning.
Ozzy, Guns N' Roses, Judas Priest and even Michael Bolton show up in this Classic Metal quiz.
"Lullaby" singer Shawn Mullins on "Beautiful Wreck," beating the Devil, and his writing credit on the Zac Brown Band song "Toes."
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