^Yep, "1900 Yesterday" had peaked in the top 40 but -- you're correct -- it is arguably more lost than "Lucky Man"; it's one of those lost hits that -- as is cited on another thread -- current radio has chosen to ignore.
If I contribute to this thread in the future, I'll keep with tradition and only post lost classics that indeed did not peak in the top 40.
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Other songs that were considered: *Pushbike Song - Mixtures *Cherish What Is Dear To You - Freda Payne *Hang On To Your Life - Guess Who *Angel Baby - Dusk and yet again! ... *Lucky Man - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Pete: Great choice! Song was top 10 in Chicago, and is still played here. They are one of our "Hometown Heroes". By the way, the band reunited in 1990 and has been playing ever since. They still have the 4 original members from when they formed back in 1964. Lead singer Jim Peterik later was a founding member of Survivor and co-writer of their hits as well as early 38 Special hits like "Hold On Loosely" and "Caught Up In You". Their new music is really great as well.