...and maybe "Crystal Lullaby". Tometimes when I...Additionally, Billboard, this week....5/19/2022:
Best 30 Lullabies of All Time: Top Songs for Baby’s Sleep Time...Baby One More Nursery Rhyme."We’ve rounded up the 30 all-time greatest nursery rhymes. Among this baby songs list is everything from the childhood classics to soothing songs from Sarah McLachlan, the Chicks, Disney movies and more. Check out the full list of lullabies for babies, but it’s BYOP – Bring Your Own Pacifier.
And don’t be surprised if you doze off yourself."
#13 We've Only Just Begun:
"This 1970 soft rock smash from the Carpenters hit No. 2 on the Hot 100 and demonstrates the warm, inviting quality of the late Karen Carpenter’s voice."
Thanks, Chris. Interesting!
Marilyn McCoo of The Fifth Dimension; plus, like Stevie Nicks or not, (and I suppose she wasn't technically the lead singer of Fleetwood Mac), she is iconic.
Yes, I think you’re right, Mike.I suppose you could make the argument that Marilyn and Stevie weren't "THE" lead singers of their respective groups. The list apparently is calling out those women who were the sole front-standing focus of the group. Fleetwood Mac's most famous lineup of course actually had three lead singers, and I've always thought of the Fifth Dimension as being a "vocal group" with two people who did occasional solo spots.