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How Was That Not A Hit? Jerry Corbitt

What separates a hit song from those that never had their 15 minutes of fame? We remember the song ‘Pain’ originally written by Charlie Daniels, performed by Jerry Corbitt.

Jerry Corbitt Album 1971

What separates a hit song from those that never had their 15 minutes of fame or were relegated to one hit wonder status? Black Circle Radio Host, Mitch Anderson, shines the spotlight on songs that deserved a much better fate and belong in every music collection.

On this week’s episode of “How Was that Not a Hit?” – we take a trip back to 1971 and “Pain” by Jerry Corbitt. Corbitt was an American guitarist, harmonica player, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He is best known as a founding member and guitarist of the rock band the Youngbloods.

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Film and Editing by Mike at https://www.mikestifflerstudio.com

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