The Bellamy Brothers, "Let Your Love Flow"
The Bellamy Brothers would eventually make their permanent home in country music, but their career kicked off with a bang with the 1976 international pop smash "Let Your Love Flow." The laid-back message and sunny beat of the song was tailormade for the era's AM Gold playlists, replacing Johnnie Taylor's "Disco Lady" at the top of the Hot 100 in 1976. "Let Your Love Flow" just missed the Top 20 on the country chart, but it's since gotten the blessing of the Coal Miner's Daughter herself. Loretta Lynn covered the song in her live show for years. H.K.