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March 4, 2020





In March, ‘Floy Joy’, on Tamla Motown,

gave The Supremes, a No.9.

And in October, ‘Elected’, on Warner Brothers,

took Alice Cooper, to the Top 4 line.


In April, ‘Oh Babe What Would You Say’, on Columbia,

gave Hurricane Smith, a Top 4.

And in October, ‘Badge’, reached No.42,

for Cream, on Polydor.


In January, ‘All I Ever Need Is You’, on MCA,

peaked at No.8, for Sonny & Cher.

And in February, Michael Jackson, had a Top 5,

on Tamla Motown, with ‘Got To Be There’.


In May, ‘Third Finger, Left Hand’, was at No.31,

for The Pearls, on Bell.

And in August, Rod Stewart climbed to No.1,

on Mercury, with ‘You Wear It Well’.


In January, Badfinger, had a Top 10,

on Apple, with ‘Day After Day’.

And in July, ‘I Get The Sweetest Feeling’, made No.9,

for Jackie Wilson, on MCA.


In April, ‘Take A Look Around’, on Tamla Motown,

gave The Temptations, a No.13 sell.

And in August, ‘Too Busy Thinking ‘Bout My Baby’,

made No.19, for Mardi Gra, on Bell.


In May, T Rex, was at No.1 for 4 weeks,

on EMI, with Metal Guru’,

And in August, ‘Standing In The Road’, on Jam,

was a Top 4, for Blackfoot Sue.


In January, Stevie Wonder, had a Top 20,

on Tamla Motown, with ‘If You Really Love Me’.

And in November, ‘Ventura Highway’, on Warner Brothers,

for America, reached No.43.


In February, Sweet, peaked at No.11,

on RCA, with ‘Poppa Joe’.

And in July, ‘10538 Overture’, on Harvest,

climbed to No.9, for ELO.


In July, ‘My Guy’, on Tamla Motown,

peaked at No.14, for Mary Wells.

And in October, ‘Here I Go Again’, on Atlantic,

reached No.11, for Archie Bell & The Drells.


In February, ‘I Can’t Help Myself’, on Avco,

for Donnie Elbert, at No.11 seen,

And in September, ‘The Guitar Man’, on Electra,

gave Bread, a No.16.


In November, ‘Hi-Ho Silver Lining’, on Rak,

for Jeff Beck, to No.17, took flight.

Also in November, Gladys Knight & The Pips, were at No.11,

on Tamla Motown, with ‘Help Me Make It Through The Night’.



Written by

Harriet Blackbury.



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