On This Day In R&B Music History: February 21, 1970

The Family Stone

On February 21, 1970 The Number One Record on the R&B Charts was Thank You By Sly & The Family Stone (5 weeks at #1). The Songs we were listening to that week were: Call Me by Aretha Franklin, Gotta Hold On To This Feeling by Jr. Walker & The All-Stars, Up The Ladder To The Roof by The Supremes (pictured), Love Or Let Me Be Lonely by The Friends Of Distinction, You’re The One by Little Sister, It’s A New Day by JaOn February 21, 1970 The Number One Record on the R&B Charts was Thank You By Sly & The Family Stone (5 weeks at #1).

 

The Songs we were listening to that week were: Call Me by Aretha Franklin, Gotta Hold On To This Feeling by Jr. Walker & The All-Stars, Up The Ladder To The Roof by The Supremes (pictured), Love Or Let Me Be Lonely by The Friends Of Distinction, You’re The One by Little Sister, It’s A New Day by James Brown, Love Land by Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band, 24 Hours Of Sadness by The Chi-Lites, Love Bones by Johnnie Taylor and Never Had A Dream Come True by Stevie Wondermes Brown, Love Land by Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St Rhythm Band, 24 Hours Of Sadness by The Chi-Lites, Love Bones by Johnnie Taylor and Never Had A Dream Come True by Stevie Wonder!

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