This Saturday night on Those Were The Days we will give you the story behind my favorite 'two hit wonder' group. The Looking Glass had two memorable hits. The first hit the radio in 1972. Brandy (You're A Fine Girl) was all over the radio during that time and it is still played today. I also remember it being the first song on my favorite K-Tel album (Believe In Music) that came out that year. The groups second Top Forty hit debuted on WLS radio in Chicago September 15th of 1973. It was called Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne. This song has been lost in the shuffle and has not played as much as Brandy over the years. While Brandy hit number one in the Summer of 1972, Jimmy Loves Mary-Anne only climbed to number thirty-three in the Fall of 1973 on the Billboard Top 100 chart. According to Ron Smith's book Chicago Top 40 Charts 1970-1979, Brandy was number one in Chicago and Jimmy was number two. I was listening to WISM in Madison at the time as well. I heard Jimmy as much or more than I did Brandy the previous year. This Saturday night I will share the stories behind those two hits with Elliot Lurie who was the leader of the group The Looking Glass. Did you know?---after his hit making days Elliot Lurie went on to work on movie and tv soundtracks. He wrote the theme song to the Disney channel classic show Lizzie McGuire. Join me Saturday night for another edition of Those Were The Days. I will be in the studio to take your requests of music from the fifties through the eighties and give you more cowbell. Win a prize and impress your friends Saturday night between 6 and Midnight.