1978: The Rolling Stones saw their only Disco-style effort, "Miss You", become their eighth number one single in the US. It reached #3 in the UK. It has been reported that the lyrics were inspired by Mick Jagger's deteriorating relationship with his wife, Bianca.
1973: The Carpenters led the Cashbox chart with "Yesterday Once More", a #2 hit in the UK and on Billboard's Hot 100. The record will become the duo's largest selling record worldwide.
1963: A Philadelphia quintet called The Tymes topped the Billboard Pop chart with "So Much In Love". It reached #21 in the UK.
1975: The Eagles enjoy the second of their five Billboard #1 hits with "One Of These Nights", as the album of the same name led the Hot 200 Albums chart. The single, which featured Don Felder's classic guitar solo, reached #23 in the UK
1960: Chubby Checker's "The Twist" is released in the US, where it will become the number one song by mid-September. Record industry history was made when Checker's original hit recording re-entered the charts in the Fall of 1961 and by January of 1962, was back in the number one position. It was the first record ever to hit number one on two separate occasions.