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World's Worst iPod: Muskrat Love by Captain & Tennille
by World's Worst iPod,posted Jun 11 2013 9:17AM
Despite the fact that Madison's very own radio legend, Jonathan Little help make this song a hit, no one really wanted to hear the Captain & Tennille sing about Muskrat Love...except Jonathan Suttin. Here's some background on Jonathan Little making the song a hit according to Wikipedia:
A&M Records decided to issue "Muskrat Love" as a single after WISM had been airing the album cut reported phenomenal listener response to the song in September 1976. Captain & Tennille's "Muskrat Love" reached a #4 Hot 100 peak that December.
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