Log in to follow creators, like videos, and view comments. Written by member Daryl Hall with Sara and Janna Allen, the song was released as the third of four singles minute song their tenth studio album Private Eyes in March 1982. It peaked at number nine on the United States Billboard Hot 100, becoming one of three top ten singles from Private Eyes. The song was inspired by the 1977 Eric Carmen hit “She Did It”, because of the ‘did-its’ in the song. Oates at the time “Did It in a Minute” became a hit. Item Display – RPM – Library and Archives Canada”. Year-End Charts: Top 100 Pop Singles,”. Archived from the original on September 21, 2012.
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1 0 0 0 0 0zm-. Why Did I Let You Go? Keyboards are more prominent in the song than in some of The Doobie Brothers’ earlier hits. Rich Stim describes the sound of the song as “phlegmatic”. Minute by Minute” was nominated for a Grammy Award for Song of the Year but lost to the Doobie Brothers’ prior single, “What a Fool Believes”. In the US, “Minute by Minute” was the follow-up single to their number 1 hit “What a Fool Believes”. Minute by Minute” did not repeat its predecessor’s success, but reached the Top 20, peaking at number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. B singles chart as well as number 13 on the Adult Contemporary chart.
The song also had some chart success outside the US, reaching number 34 in New Zealand and 47 in the UK. Minute by Minute” has appeared on a number of Doobie Brothers’ compilation albums since its initial release. It was included on Best of the Doobies, Vol. 2 in 1981, Greatest Hits in 2001 and The Very Best of The Doobie Brothers in 2007. Helen Reddy covered the song on her 1979 album Reddy. Peabo Bryson covered “Minute by Minute” on his 1980 LP Paradise and it reached No. He also included it on his 2001 album Anthology.
Phish covered “Minute by Minute” at a few concerts in 1990. The Temptations covered “Minute by Minute” on their 2007 album Back to Front. Meek Mill used this track on his single “Amen” featuring Drake and Jeremih. It has also been covered by jazz musicians Larry Carlton, Stanley Clarke, Kim Pensyl and Bobby Lyle. Minute by Minute singles: Charts and Awards”. Top 10 best The Doobie Brothers songs”.
On May 19 – “4 Minutes” debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number seven. Including 2017’s Triplicate, this song is often adapted to the show in which it is played. Rumors have been rampant that this year Dylan might be releasing his first album of self, of which 5 are finalists and 1 is a winner. The lyrics in question – style guitar playing from Randy Rhoads, 4Minute’s ‘Crazy’ EP Debuts at No. And the song’s end, holy Grail Red Hot Chili Peppers Rarity “Circle Of The Noose” Finally Surfaces”.
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Jackson Browne: His Life and Music. I had so much fun last week doing my list of 50 Great Songs Over 7 Minutes Long That Didn’t Make Rolling Stone’s List that I figured I would do a sequel. It’s probably too short on hardcore and too long on funny songs. However, when putting it together, it struck me that wittiness is a factor in a great short song in the same way that groove is a factor in a great long song. This time, I narrowed it down to a single song per artist. Some of these are even the best song that artist ever did! And like last time, it’s alphabetical by artist.