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March 15, 2020



In 70, ‘Groovin With Mr. Bloe’, on DJM,

gave Mr. Bloe, a Top 2.

And in 75, ‘What A Difference A Day Makes’,

was a Top 6, for Esther Philips, on Kudu.


In 65, ‘Long After Tonight Is All Over’,

saw Jimmy Radcliffe, with a Top 40, on Stateside.

And in 66, Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels,

also on Stateside, made No.33, with ‘Jenny Take A Ride’.


In 61, The Ramrods, on London,

peaked at No.8, with ‘Riders In The Sky’.

And in 82, ‘I Won’t Let You Down’, on Wea,

saw PhD, up to No.3, fly.


In 93, ‘The Love I Lost’, on PWL Sanctuary,

gave West End featuring Sybil, a Top 3.

And in 04, Special D, reached No.6,

on All Around The World, with ‘Come With Me’.


In 61, Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs, on Top Rank,

had a US No.1 & UK No.14, with ‘Stay’.

And in 68, ‘Classical Gas’, on Warner Brothers,

gave Mason Williams, a No.9 play.


In 65, ‘Going Out Of My Head’, on Decca,

gave Dodie West, a No.39.

And in 76, Lou Rawls, on Philadelphia, made the Top 10,

with ‘You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine’.


In 76, ‘Play That Funky Music’, on Epic,

found Wild Cherry, with a UK No.7, & US No.1.

And in 96, Speech, made No.35, on Cooltempo,

with ‘Like Marvin Gaye Said ( What’s Going On )’.


In 59, Bill Parsons, on London,

was at No.22, with ‘All American Boy’.

And in 64, ‘Whatcha Gonna Do About It’,

made No.37, on Atlantic, for Doris Troy.


In 95, Prizna featuring Demolition Man,

was at No.33, on Labello Blanco, with ‘Fire’.

And in 05, Dana Rayne, peaked at No.7,

on Incentive, with ‘Object Of My Desire’.


In 92, ‘Broken Wings’, on Chrysalis,

took Network, to No.46.

And in 2000, ‘Stay With Me Baby’, on BBC Music,

a Top 10, for Rebecca Wheatley, ending this mix.


Written by

Harriet Blackbury

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