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‘Everlasting Love’ by Howard Jones – Classic Hit or Miss

Released as the first single from Jones' 1989 album Cross That Line, "Everlasting Love" reached #12 in the United States on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the late spring of that year, and also peaked at #19 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, the first of only two singles to appear there

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‘Big Yellow Taxi’ by Joni Mitchell – Classic Hit or Miss

"Big Yellow Taxi" is a song written and originally recorded by Joni Mitchell in 1970. It was a hit in her native Canada (#14) as well as Australia (#6) and the UK (#11). It only reached #67 in the US in 1970, but was later a bigger hit there for her in a live version released in 1975, which peaked at #24. Charting versions have also been recorded by The Neighborhood (who had the original top US 40 hit with the track in 1970, peaking at #29), Maire Brennan, Amy Grant, and Counting Crows.

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‘Share the Land’ by the Guess Who – Classic Hit or Miss

Share the Land is an album released in 1970 by Canadian rock band The Guess Who. After the departure of Randy Bachman, the band brought in two guitarists, Kurt Winter and Greg Leskiw. Share The Land contains many popular songs. "Hand Me Down World", "Bus Rider", "Share The Land", "Do You Miss Me Darlin'?"

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‘Theme to Hill Street Blues’ – Classic hit or Miss

Another Mike Post Composition- his big breakthrough (together with co-composer Pete Carpenter) came in the following year with his theme song for The Rockford Files, another series by producer Stephen J. Cannell. The theme also got cross-over Top 40 radio airplay and earned a second Grammy for Post. Post subsequently won Grammys for Best Instrumental Composition for the themes for the television shows Hill Street Blues in 1981 and L.A. Law in 1988 as well as another Grammy in 1981 for Best Instrumental Performance for the Hill Street Blues theme.

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‘Different Worlds (Theme to Angie)’ by Maureen Mcgovern – Classic Hit or Miss

The show's theme song, "Different Worlds," was written by Norman Gimbel and Charles Fox and performed by Maureen McGovern. "Different Worlds" peaked at #18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and spent two weeks at #1 on the Billboard adult contemporary chart, McGovern's only #1 on that chart.

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‘Believe it or Not’ by Joey Scarbury – Classic Hit or Miss

"Believe It or Not" is a song composed by Mike Post (music) and Stephen Geyer (lyrics) and sung by American singer Joey Scarbury. It serves as the theme song for the television series The Greatest American Hero

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‘Thank you For Being a Friend’ by Andrew Gold – Classic Hit or Miss

"Thank You For Being A Friend" is a song written by Andrew Gold, who recorded it for his third album, All This and Heaven Too. The single version reached number 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1978. The song was later re-recorded by Cynthia Fee to serve as the theme song for the NBC sitcom The Golden Girls, and recorded again for the series' CBS spin-off The Golden Palace.

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‘Happy Days’ by Pratt and McClain – Classic Hit or Miss

Truett Pratt grew up in San Antonio, Texas and sang in his church choir. Jerry McClain also sang in the choir in his hometown of Pasadena, California. McClain formed his first band, American Scene, with Michael Omartian in the mid-1960s. In 1970, Omartian began a successful record producing career, eventually recording hits for Michael Bolton, Christopher Cross, Donna Summer, Rod Stewart, Amy Grant, Gary Chapman, and 4HIM, among others. In the early 1970s he introduced McClain to Pratt. They formed a band called Brother Love, and began recording commercial jingles.

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‘Miami Vice Theme’ by Jan Hammer – Classic Hit or Miss

The musical piece Miami Vice Theme was created and performed by Jan Hammer as the theme to the television series Miami Vice. It was first presented as part of the television broadcast of the show in September 1984 and released as a single in 1985, peaking at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100

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‘Dukes of Hazzard (Good Ole Boys)’ by Waylon Jennings – Classic Hit or Miss

As the narrator for the 1975 movie, Moonrunners, Jennings was tapped to serve in the same capacity for The Dukes of Hazzard which premiered on CBS in 1979 and was based on Moonrunners. Jennings wrote the theme song for the show and recorded two versions: the television theme version and a slightly different version made commercially available on both single and album which received radio airplay.

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‘WKRP in Cincinnati’ – Classic Hit Or Miss

WKRP had two musical themes, one opening and the other closing the show. The opening theme, called "WKRP In Cincinnati Main Theme", was composed by Tom Wells, with lyrics by series creator Hugh Wilson, and performed by Steve Carlisle. An urban legend had circulated at the time that Richard Sanders (who had comparable vocal characteristics to Carlisle) had actually recorded the song. Wilson stated in the commentary for the first season's DVD set that this was simply not true. (Sanders would later sing a parody of the opening song done to the beat of U2's "Numb" for a promo of "The New WKRP in Cincinnati" on VH1.)

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‘Secret Agent Man’ – Classic Hit or Miss

"Secret Agent Man" is a song written by Steve Barri and P. F. Sloan. The most famous recording of the song was made by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man, which aired in the U.S. as "Secret Agent" from 1964 to 1966. The song itself peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. 

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