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None-festive hits this year included Bachman Turner Overdrive with You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet; Barry White with You're The First, The Last, My Everything; and The Rubettes with Juke Box Jive.
TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS - BACHMAN TURNER OVERDRIVE WIDELY L considered to be one of the driving anthems of rock, and featuring one of the most well known riffs in rock and roll, the song from January 1974 was originally written about a recording technician who worked on the recordings of song writer Randy Bachman's band The Guess Who.
IF YOU think that smartphones are clever, then, in the words of the Alan Partridge-endorsed Bachman Turner Overdrive, you ain't seen nothin' yet.
If you think the multifunction printer in your office is an amazing device, crank up some Bachman Turner Overdrive, because you ain't seen nothing yet
Bachman & Turner - Bachman & Turner Back again and rocking, the leading lights of Bachman Turner Overdrive return with a brand new set of songs.
Their favourite tune was 1974's You Ain't See Nothing Yet by Bachman Turner Overdrive and they did a lot of work for "charidee" - although they didn't like to talk about it.
You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet - Bachman Turner Overdrive (1974)
Elsewhere you'll hear hints of Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Yardbirds and Bachman Turner Overdrive.
SUGAR RAY: Every Morning (Lava) - They're hoping for a summer smash, and this strumming Bachman Turner Overdrive sound-alike should deliver.
I bought a T-shirt and the record in the lobby of the 46th Street Theatre and I wore them both out, John Kander's poisonously irresistible melodies and Fred Ebb's lewd lyrics competing for airtime with Bachman Turner Overdrive on my sister's stereo.
None-festive hits this year included Bachman Turner Overdrive with You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet, Barry White with You're The First, The Last, My Everything, and The ERubettes with Juke Box Jive.