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March 24, 2020

 

 

 

 

In 90, Barbara Windsor & Mike Reid, on Telstar,

peaked at No.46, with ‘The More I See You’.

And in 2000, ‘Everything You Want’, on RCA,

gave Vertical Horizon, a US No.1 & UK No.42.

 

In 94, Neil Arthur, reached the Top 50,

with ‘I Love I Hate’, on Chrysalis.

And in 03, ‘The Boys Of Summer’,

on Columbia, a No.49, for Ataris.

 

In 62, ‘Peppermint Twist’, on Columbia,

gave Joey Dee & The Starliters, a US No.1 & UK No.33.

And in 04, ‘A Higher Place’, peaked at No.68,

for Peyton, on Hed Kandi.

 

In 95, ‘Warm Summer Daze’, a Top 60,

for Vybe, on Fourth & Broadway.

And in 96, ‘Automatic’, on Perfecto,

a Top 50, for Floorplay.

 

In 78, Dexter Wansell, on Philadelphia International,

reached No.59, with ‘All Night Long’.

And in 84, ‘Susanna’, on Epic,

gave The Art Company, a No12 song.

 

In 98, UBM, on Logic,

peaked at No.46, with ‘Lovin You’.

And in 2000, ‘Dear Jessie’, on Neo,

gave Rollergirl, a No.22.

 

In 75, ‘Eighteen With A Bullet’, on Island,

climbed to No.7, for Pete Wingfield.

And in 82, ‘Danger Games’, on Creole,

gave ‘Pinkees, a No 8, that appealed.

 

In 71, Rock Candy, reached No.32,

with ‘Remember’, on MCA.

And in 79, Anita Ward, had a US & UK No.1 gold-seller,

with ‘Ring My Bell’, on TK.

 

In 72, ‘Wade In The Water’, a No.31,

for Ramsey Lewis, on Chess.

And in 86, ‘Tender Love’, on Tommy Gun,

gave Force MDs, a No.23 success.

 

In 87, ”Diamond Lights’ on Record Shack Records,

for Glenn & Chris, a No.12 play.

And in 69, ‘In The Year 2525 (Exordium And Terminus)’,

gave Zager & Evans, a US & UK No.1, on RCA.

 

 

 

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