52 minutes | Feb 4th 2021

Billboard Hits of 1981

Forty years ago, pop music was just finding its voice in a post-disco environment. In this episode we remember the top hits of 1981 as determined by the Billboard music charts.Patreon » patreon.com/genxgrownupDiscord » GenXGrownUp.com/discordFacebook » fb.me/GenXGrownUpTwitter » GenXGrownUp.com/twitterWebsite » GenXGrownUp.comPodcast » GenXGrownUp.com/podMerchandise » GenXGrownUp.com/merchTheme: “Grown Up” by Beefy » beefyness.comiTunes » itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/genxgrownup-podcast/id1268365641Google » play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/Iuthetoh4i5abybbnn4em36icwiPocket Casts » pca.st/8iuLStitcher » www.stitcher.com/s?fid=146720&refid=stprTuneIn » tunein.com/radio/GenXGrownUp-Podcast-p1020342/Spotify » spoti.fi/2TB4LR7iHeart » www.iheart.com/podcast…Show Notes GXG Spotify playlist of all the songs we talked about! »  open.spotify.com/playlist/4zUlh3S5BxfqCJ9Zyb1UdA Billboard Top Hits of 1981 »  bit.ly/39G5Hyn The songs we talked about (number weeks at #1) : “9 to 5” Dolly Parton (2 weeks) “Celebration” Kool & the Gang (2 weeks) “I Love a Rainy Night” Eddie Rabbitt (2 weeks) “Jessie’s Girl” Rick Springfield (2 weeks) “Morning Train (Nine to Five)” Sheena Easton (2 weeks) “Private Eyes” Daryl Hall and John Oates (2 weeks) “Rapture” Blondie (2 weeks) “Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do)” Christopher Cross (3 weeks) “Kiss on My List” Daryl Hall and John Oates (3 weeks) “(Just Like) Starting Over” John Lennon (4 weeks) “Physical” Olivia Newton-John (6 weeks) “Endless Love” Diana Ross and Lionel Richie (9 weeks) “Bette Davis Eyes” Kim Carnes (9 weeks) Email the show » podcast@genxgrownup.com Visit us on YouTube » GenXGrownUp.com/yt Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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