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April 20, 2020

 

 

 

 

In April, Petula Clark, had a Top 6, on Pye,

with ‘This Is My Song’ EP.

And in June, ‘Carrie-Anne’, on Parlophone,

for The Hollies, made the Top 3.

 

In January, Cat Stevens, climbed to the Top 2,

on Deram, with ‘Matthew & Son’.

And in March, ‘Jimmy Mack’, on Tamla Motown,

for Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, rose to No.21.

 

In January, ‘A Place In The Sun’, on Tamla Motown,

gave Stevie Wonder, a Top 20.

And in November, ‘Like An Old Time Movie’, on CBS,

for Scott McKenzie, a Top 50 entry.

 

In June, Pink Floyd, made No.6,

on Columbia, with ‘See Emily Play’.

And in September, Wilson Pickett, was at No.43,

on Atlantic, with ‘Funky Broadway’.

 

In July, ‘You Only Live Twice’/’Jackson’, on Reprise,

gave Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood, a No.11.

And in December, ‘I Second That Emotion’, on Tamla Motown,

for Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, reached No.27.

 

In March, ‘Purple Haze’, on Track,

gave The Jimi Hendrix Experience, a Top 3 success.

And in April, The Tremeloes, had a three week No.1,

with ‘Silence Is Golden’, on CBS.

 

In February, Sonny & Cher, peaked at No.29,

on Atlantic, with ‘The Beat Goes On’.

And in April, ‘Gonna Get Along Without You Now’,

on Reprise, gave Trini Lopez, a No.41.

 

In May, ‘Give Me Time’, on Philips,

gave Dusty Springfield, a No.24.

And in September, The Bee Gees, had a 4 week No.1,

with ‘Massachusettes’, on Polydor.

 

In April, The Shadows, reached No.24,

on Columbia, with ‘Maroc 7’.

And in August, ‘Another Pleasant Valley Sunday’,

on RCA, took The Monkees, to No.11.

 

In January, ‘It Takes Two’, on Tamla Motown,

gave Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston, a No.16 score.

And in March, ‘Ha Ha Said The Clown’, on Fontana,

for Manfred Mann,  made the Top 4.

 

In April, ‘Pictures Of  Lily’, on Track,

reached the Top 4, for The Who.

And in November, ‘I’m Coming Home’, on Decca,

gave Tom Jones, a Top 2.

 

In January, ‘Try A Little Tenderness’, on Atlantic,

for Otis Redding, rose to No.6.

And in August, Engelbert Humperdinck, had a five week No.1,

with ‘Last Dance’, on Decca, ending this mix.

 

 

Written by

Harriet Blackbury.

 

 

 

 

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