Continuing the “Top 40” music alluded to in the novel The Ten Weeks is the Osmond Brothers’ “One Bad Apple.”
The Osmond Brothers were certainly the main “competitors” to the Jackson 5 at the time. It’s interesting to note that, while the Osmonds were (and are) Mormons, the Jackson 5 were Jehovah’s Witnesses, and that makes an interesting “head to head.”
One Reply to “Osmond Brothers: One Bad Apple”
1. I think the were lip-synching!
2. I’m impressed they didn’t get
intangled with their microphone cords!