"Think" by Aretha Franklin was one of the biggest movers of all-time on this date, rising from 67 to 16.
The great album Bookends by Simon & Garfunkel deservedly reached #1 on the album chart.
The Hollies recorded "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" with Elton John playing piano.
The Jackson 5 released the single "The Love You Save".
Carole King performed before 100,000 fans at a free concert in Central Park in New York City.
Kiss had their first hit when "Kissin' Time" debuted on this date. It would reach #83.
Billy Ocean moved into the #1 slot on the Adult Contemporary chart with the title track from his album "Suddenly".
Phil Collins was on top the album chart with No Jacket Required.
Queensryche made the top ten with "Silent Lucidity".
Bradley Nowell of Sublime died of a drug overdose at the age of 26.
Elton John, Taylor Dayne and Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys performed at the benefit concert Life Ball in Vienna, Austria for AIDS charities.
Phish announced they were splitting up.
My Birthday Pick, Born on this Day...
1948: Klaus Meine, lead singer of the Scorpions, was born in Hannover, Germany.
"Happy 64th Birthday"