Ep. 1: "Spirit in the Sky" by Norman Greenbaum (#3, 1970)

Episode 1 January 01, 2018 00:48:58
‎One-Hit Wonders of the World
Ep. 1: "Spirit in the Sky" by Norman Greenbaum (#3, 1970)

Show Notes

On our inaugural episode, Trevor and Maxton introduce you to the show and tackle the tumultuous tale of Norman Greenbaum's 1970 smash "Spirit in the Sky", arguably the quintessential one-hit wonder. Listen to the podcast that's the best (us).

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