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I often say that rock began its downward slide in 1973. Maybe the music didn't die with Buddy Holly in 1959, but it sure did when Jim Croce went the same way as Buddy in 1973 (despite the fact that Jim was a folk singer). Fortunately, the more progressive folk and rock bands with some insight as to what was happening, like Fleetwood Mac and Electric Light Orchestra, were preparing the way for the 1975-79 period and the 1980's, and pop music was also undergoing some major transformations, including disco, reggae and punk (what would later be new wave).
But the start of the mid-70's weren't all bad, and there were still a lot of musical gems being recorded even as what began in 1964 crashed and burned on the rocks of 1973 and 1974. The old LaVerne Baker song from 1957, "Jim Dandy," covered by Black Oak Arkansas in 1973, was definitely one of them. Fast-paced with two dueling wild lead guitars and a sexy female vocalist, 1973 lit up like Times Square on a hot July night when this rockabilly hit skyrocketed to #12 on Cash Box for two weeks on February 9, 1974.
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