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Delbert McClinton “Every Time I Roll the Dice” – Yank It or Crank It?

Delbert McClinton has a new album out now called “Blind, Crippled & Crazy”. In honor of his new release, I thought we would feature one of his hits for 'Yank it or Crank it?' today.

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Billy Swan “I Can Help” – Yank It or Crank It?

Billy Swan had his only hit in 1974. He became one of the great 'one hit wonders' of that decade selling a million copies and going all the way to #1 with "I Can Help".

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Creedence Clearwater Revival “Cottonfields” – Yank It or Crank It?

Several years ago I got a request during 'Open Line Friday' for "Cottonfields" by CCR. As always, I obliged. We live in the cotton capitol of the world, plus it's a GREAT song! Or so I thought...

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Stevie Wonder “We Can Work it Out” – Yank It or Crank It?

In 1970, Stevie Wonder did a funky cover version of the Beatles' hit on his album Signed, Sealed, and Delivered, and released it as a single in 1971. The single reached #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned Stevie a Grammy nomination.

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The Beatles “And Your Bird Can Sing” – Yank It or Crank It?

"And Your Bird Can Sing" was composed by John Lennon and was included on the Beatles album "Revolver". The distinctive harmonies and the dual guitar parts. This is also one of the harder songs to play on Beatles Rock Band!

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YouTube
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Easybeats “Friday on My Mind” – Yank It or Crank It?

In May of 1967, Australia's Easybeats hit #16 on the American pop charts with their song "Friday on My Mind". Not surprisingly, they made it all the way to #1 in their home country. Their lead singer, George Young, is the older brother of Angus and Malcom Young of the band AC/DC.

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YouTube
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Black Oak Arkansas “Jim Dandy” – Yank It or Crank It?

Black Oak Arkansas was named after their hometown and had only one big hit during their decade-long career. That hit was "Jim Dandy". That also happens to be the nickname of their lead singer, Jim "Dandy" Mangrum.

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Yank it or Crank it? – ‘Love Stinks’ by the J. Geils Band

The J. Geils Band was somewhat under the radar for mass audiences in the 70's, but broke out when they became one of the first 70's bands to embrace 'music television'...MTV.

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Yank it or Crank it? – ‘Can’t Find My Way Home’ by Blind Faith

One of the very first 'super-groups', Blind Faith included Steve Winwood, Ginger Baker, Eric Clapton and Ric Grech. 'Can't Find My Way Home' was teh biggest hit the band ever had. Yank it or crank it? Vote now!

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Yank it or Crank It? – ‘Elvira’ by the Oak Ridge Boys [VIDEO]

I got an email from a listener named Jeff who said his 6-year-old son Brandon had never heard this song. Jeff says it was his favorite growing up and he wants his kid to be able to sing along with him

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Yank it or Crank it? The Electric Light Orchestra [VIDEO]

Jeff Lynne & the Electric Light Orchestra. Look at that hair! Classic!

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Yank it or Crank it? Creedence Clearwater Revival [VIDEO]

Watch the video on the next page and decide: Yank it or Crank it?

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