No. 17 Play Me Like You Play Your Guitar by Duane Eddy And The Rebbelettes Born in 1938 Duane had a surprise hit this month, and his only single in the 1970s. Although the mad had numerous hits in the 1950s and 1960s.
If you remember in 1969 the big novelty hit "Sugar Sugar" by The Archies, then you may not have known that one of the writers was a Mr Andy Kim, who was born in Canada as Andrew Youakim around 1950. His first single in the music of the 70s was in 1970 , a cover of the Ronettes hit "Be My Baby" which was a fair hit in the US. http://hits-of-the-70s.blogspot.com/2010/10/artist-watchandy-kim.html
General Norman Johnston was best known as the lead singer in the group Chairman Of The Board. He was born in 1943 and died October 2010, and when we look at his time and influence on the music of the 70s, we may not have known his name, but we know his music. Here is Chairman Of The Board 1970 hit "Give Me Just A Little More Time".http://hits-of-the-70s.blogspot.com/2010/10/in-memory-2010-general-norman-johnston.html
Lynsey De Paul was born in 1950 and died in 2014 from a brain hemorrhage. During the 1970s this UK blonde bomb shell had several hits in the charts. Her first was in 1972 with Sugar Me. http://hits-of-the-70s.blogspot.com/2014/10/in-memory-lynsey-de-paul.html