I’ll Supply the Love – Toto

This song was a minor hit for Toto’s debut back in 1978, as the follow up to the huge smash hit Hold the Line. While disco the rule, Toto managed a bridge between pop, rock and funky with this song.


We’re In This Love Together – Al Jarreau

In 1969 Jarreau appeared in such Los Angeles hot spots as Dino’s, The Troubadour, and Bitter End West. Television exposure came from Johnny Carson, Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin, Dinah Shore, and David Frost. He expanded his nightclub appearances between the acts of such rising-star comics as Bette Midler, Jimmie Walker, and John Belushi.

Vincent – Don Mclean

McLean wrote the lyrics in 1971 after reading a book about the life of the artist. It is also known by its opening line, “Starry Starry Night”, a reference to Van Gogh’s painting The Starry Night. This is one of the few popular songs where the Lyric truly leads the melody.

You’re Sixteen – Ringo Starr

Ringo Starr’s cover version was released as a single in the US in January 1974, the song, taken from the album Ringo, hit number one and features Paul McCartney!

New Attitude – Patti Labelle

This song would hit  number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot Dance Music chart in a remixed form. It also peaked at number three on the Hot R&B chart. The singer shot her first music video of her career with the song, which was shot at a fashion store.

Help Is On the Way – Little River Band

The band chose its name after passing a road sign leading to the Victorian township of Little River on the way to a performance. They also enjoyed sustained commercial success not only in Australia, but also in the United States. They have sold more than 25 million records and bagged 13 U.S. Top 40 hits.

Don’t Let Go the Coat – The Who

The is who unarguably one of most iconic Rock Bands in Music History, but by 1981 The Arena Glam Rock of the 70′s had faded, Keith Moon had died, and the who pushed on. This is one of those “Pushed on” era tunes.