1979: The Commodores held down the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 with "Still", their twelfth Billboard Pop chart entry.
1978: A concert by Queen at New York's Madison Square Garden featured a row of semi-nude, over-weight women on bicycles to promote the band's current single, "Fat-Bottomed Girls".
1966: The Jefferson Airplane record "Somebody To Love", which will reach #5 in the US in the summer of 1967. The single was also a featured track on their influential album "Surrealistic Pillow".
1970: Santana's version of "Black Magic Woman" is released in the US, where it will rise to #4 during a three month chart run. The song was written by Peter Green and first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in various countries in 1968.
1965: James Brown's "I Got You" enters both the Billboard Pop and R&B charts, where it will reach #3 and #1 respectively. The record will become one of the Godfather of Soul's most enduring and readily identifiable songs. It reached #29 in the UK.