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As I’ve written before and will write again, my ground zero for becoming a lifelong music freak — when I made that choice or it made me — was the spring of 1973, and I started listening to 13AM KYNO at ever single opportunity. Because of the nature of top 40 radio, it would be possible for me to hear a song a half-dozen times in day. And I was fine with that, even if probably nobody else in my household was.
Anyways, while I doubt that the hippy-dippy bullshit of Daniel Moore’s “Shambala” is considered a major Three Dog Night single, however you might wanna define that term, but it was the one that embedded its way into my heart and soul due to that airplay.