A new series reveals the extraordinary leap forward that music took in ’71, shaping a host of social issues — and creating iconic songs.
Hard to believe that these classics didn’t fare better on the Billboard charts. We look at one particular week in chart history.
It began with a song by one of The Four Tops and turned into one of the greatest albums of all time. Marvin Gaye’s classic turns 50.
The government tasked deejay Murray the K with reaching out to teens with a TV show. The result was not what they expected.