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July 29, 2021



With their first 15 hit singles all on Warner Brothers,

in 83, ‘Gimme All Your Lovin’, reached No.61.

Also in 83, ‘Sharp Dressed Man’,

at No.53, followed on.


Next, in 84 came, ‘TV Dinners’ at No.67,

and ‘Gimme All Your Lovin’, re-appeared at No.10,

with ‘Sharp Dressed Man’, at No.22

back in the charts again.


In 85, ‘Legs’, peaked at No.16,

with ‘Summer Holiday (EP)’, waving a No.51 flag.

And ending 85, climbing to No.27,

came their 8th hit, ‘Sleeping Bag’.


In 86, ‘Stages’, reached No.43,

followed by ‘Rough Boy’, making a No.23 high.

And ending 86, peaking at No.54,

was Velcro Fly.


In 90, ‘Doubleback’, made No.29,

And in 91, ‘My Head’s in Mississipi’ hit No.37.

In 92, ‘Viva Las Vegas’, was a Top 10,

and also in 92, at No.49, came ‘Rough Boy’ again.


In 94, ‘Pincushion’, rose to No.15,

with ZZ TOP now on RCA.

And also in 94, peaking at No.60,

was ‘Breakaway’.


In 96, ‘What’s Up With That’, made No.58,

ending their run on RCA.

And in 99, ‘Gimme All Your Lovin 2000’, on Riverhorse,

for Martay feat ZZ Top, a No.28 play.



Dusty Hill    1949 – 2021

Thank You for 50+ years of music.


written by Harriet Blackbury



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