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AMERICAN PIE  Don McLean Recorded in 1971, and released that year on the album of the same name, the single was a number one hit for four weeks in 1972. The song is in itself a history of rock and roll that starts with the deaths of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J. P. Richardson, Jr. (The Big Bopper) in a plane crash in 1959, and ends in 1970.
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Added: 19th August 2007
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Posted By: Naomi
Posted by: Dezurtdude on 2007-08-19 
Naomi-I'm very impressed with your diversity of music. This is one of my favorite songs! I crank the radio every time I hear it!
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2007-08-19 
Great post! I love this song even though it's a melancholy tune. When an oldies radio station in my area went off the air a few years ago, it appropriately signed off with this song.
Posted by: Lambchop on 2007-08-19 
didn't this song have some type of 'record' (no pun intended), for how long it was, to be played on the radio?
Posted by: Naomi on 2007-08-19 
It was originally recorded at a little over 10 minutes, but was edited down for broadcasting.
Posted by: snoody50 on 2007-09-05 
this is one of my favorite songs, even have my 12 yr. old granddaughter singing it....
Posted by: tommy7 on 2007-09-05 
that and maggie may i think are the most overplayed rock songs of all time because people had alot of words they could understand and sing even today i can almost guarantee if i kept switching fm stations id hear them at least once daily sattellite radio im sure of it
Posted by: tommy7 on 2007-09-05 
mae
Posted by: Sophia on 2007-09-05 
This is a great song, that held alot of meaning for us.
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