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March 1, 2020





In February, ‘Is This Love’, on Island,

from Bob Marley & The Wailers – a No.9 gem.

And in April, ‘Take Me I’m Yours’, made No.19,

for Squeeze, on A & M.


In July, ‘Identity’, on EMI International,

for X-Ray Spex, reached No.24.

And in November, ‘I Love The Nightlife’ (Disco Round)’,

was at No.32 for Alicia Bridges, on Polydor.


In March, Genesis climbed to No.7,

on Charisma, with ‘Follow You Follow Me’.

And in October, ‘Neon Lights’, on Capitol,

for Kraftwerk, made No.53.


In June, The Trammps were at No.47,

on Atlantic, with ‘Disco Inferno’.

And in August, ‘An Everlasting Love’,

gave Andy Gibb, a Top 10, on RSO.


In May, ‘More Than A Woman’, on Capitol,

gave Tavares, a No.7.

And in September, ‘A Rose Has To Die’, on GTO,

took The Dooleys to No.11.


In June, The Real Thing, peaked at No.39,

on Pye, with ‘Let’s Go Disco’.

And in October, Black Sabbath, reached No.33,

with ‘Hard Road’, on Vertigo.


In April, ‘Night Fever’, on RSO,

for The Bee Gees – a gold-selling US & UK No.1 stayer.

And in November, ‘Raining In My Heart’, on Chrysalis,

reached No.21, for Leo Sayer.


In June, ‘Flying High’, on Motown,

saw The Commodores, at No.37.

And in June, ‘Run For Home’, on Mercury,

found Lindisfarne, in Top 10 heaven.


In March, ‘More Like The Movies’, on Capitol,

for Doctor Hook, reached No.14.

And in October, Hawkwind, climbed to No.34,

on United Artists, with ‘Silver Machine’.


In February, ‘Walk In Love’, on Atlantic –

a No.12, for Manhattan Transfer, was to be.

And in June, ‘Dancing In The City’, on Harvest,

gave Marshall Hain, a gold-selling Top 3.


In September, ‘Summer Night City’, on Epic,

gave Abba, a Top 5 entry.

And in November, ‘Promises’, on United Artists,

took The Buzzcocks, to No.20.


In August, ‘Picture This’, on Chrysalis,

gave Blondie, a No 12 fix.

And in November, ‘Don’t Cry Out Loud’, on A & M,

also a No.12, for Elkie Brooks, ending this mix.



Written by

Harriet Blackbury




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