1978: The Bee Gees are awarded their second Platinum single in less than two months for "Night Fever". It was preceded by "Stayin' Alive", both from the soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever.

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1965: The Supremes release "Back In My Arms Again", which will become their fifth consecutive US number one hit.

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1966: The Young Rascals enjoy the first of 14 Billboard Top 40 hits when "Good Lovin" reached #1. Another version of the same song by The Olympics had stalled at #81 the previous year.

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1967: Aretha Franklin releases "Respect", a song that will become her signature tune and go on to win two Grammy Awards in 1968 for Best Rhythm & Blues Recording and Best Rhythm & Blues Solo Vocal Performance, Female.

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1958: David Seville's novelty tune, "Witch Doctor" peaks at #1 on Billboard magazine's music chart and would go on to be the fourth best selling song of the year.

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