EVERY BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE 1970: #281: “I THINK I LOVE YOU AGAIN”- BRENDA LEE

Brenda Lee - I Think I Love You Again / Hello Love (1970, Vinyl ...

Every Billboard Hot 100 Single 1970: #281: ” I Think I Love You Again” -Brenda Lee. Last debuting single the week of May 30, 1970.

  • Single: ” I Think I Love You Again”- Brenda Lee
  • Record Company- Decca
  • Genre: Country-Pop
  • Written by Irvine Levine and Toni White
  • Time: 2:38
  • B-side:”Hello Love”
  • Album-Memphis Portrait
  • Grade: C
  • Peaked at #97 2 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100.

Born Brenda Tarpley in Georgia in 1944- Brenda Lee began having hits at age 11 in 1956. Known as Little Miss Dynamite she had 54 Hot 100 hits with 30 making the Top 40. Lee was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002 and the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1997. Her biggest hit was “I’m Sorry” and “I Want To Be Wanted” both #1 hits in 1960.

5 responses to “EVERY BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLE 1970: #281: “I THINK I LOVE YOU AGAIN”- BRENDA LEE

  1. It’s interesting how many child stars who had their biggest hits while in their teens were unable to keep up their success as adults. Perhaps in the cases of Brenda Lee and Lesley Gore, it had a lot to do with the fact music tastes changed so drastically.

    • Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder would be an exceptions– the Osmonds and Donny Osmond- had their moment and then it was over as far as hits go. Trying to think of other successes….

    • I think most did fail for whatever reasons- Michael and Stevie were exceptions due to their talent I believe. Can you think of many more successes? Kind of sad if the peak of your life was as a teenager.

    • One that comes to mind is Justin Timberlake, and Justin Bieber has also made a successful transition from child to adult star. I’m not a fan of Bieber, but I will concede that a few of his songs are actually decent. Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande are two more, as they’ve had massive success, however, I’m not all that impressed by their music.

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