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April 1, 2020



In April, Level 42, reached the Top 3,

with ‘Lessons In Love’, on Polydor.

And in November, ‘Almaz’, on Warner Brothers,

gave Randy Crawford, a Top 4.


In May, Jaki Graham, reached No.7,

with ‘Set Me Free’, on EMI.

And also in May, The Cure, peaked at No.22,

on Fiction, with ‘Boys Don’t Cry’.


In March, ‘No One Is To Blame’, made No.16,

for Howard Jones, on Wea.

And in April, ‘Rough Boy’, on Warner Brothers,

gave ZZ Top, a No.23.


In March, Ruby Turner, made No.61,

with ‘I’m In Love’, on Jive.

And in August, ‘Fourth Rendez-vous’, on Polydor,

gave Jean-Michel Jarre, a No.65.


In January, ‘Walk Of Life’, on Vertigo,

took Dire Straits, into the Top 2.

And in October, Madonna, reached No.1,

on Sire, with True Blue.


In February, Debbie Harry, peaked at No.8,

on Chrysalis, with ‘French Kissin’ In The USA’.

And in August, Modern Talking, made the Top 4,

with ‘Brother Louie’, on RCA.


In July, ‘Love Of A Lifetime’, on Warner Brothers,

for Chaka Khan, rose to No.52.

And in November, Doctor And The Medics featuring Roy Wood,

reached No.45, on IRS, with ‘Waterloo’.


In November, ‘Each Time You Break My Heart’,

gave Nick Kamen, a Top 5, on Wea.

And in December, ‘Down To Earth’, on Mercury,

for Curiosity Killed The Cat, made the Top 3.


In February, ‘She’s Always A Woman’/’Just The Way You Are’,

for Billy Joel, reached No.53, on CBS.

And in July, ‘Some Candy Talking’, on Blanco Y Negro,

gave Jesus and Mary Chain, a No.13 success.


In March, ‘Marlene On The Wall’, on A & M,

for Suzanne Vega, a No.21, was to be.

And in September, ‘Walk Like An Egyptian’, for The Bangles,

on CBS, a silver-selling, US.No.1 & UK Top 3.


In April, ‘Have You Ever Had It Blue’, made No 14,

for The Style Council, on Polydor.

And in October, ‘Wonderland’, on CBS,

for Paul Young, peaked at No.24.


In January, ‘Chain Reaction’, on Capitol,

was a gold-selling, three week UK No.1, for Diana Ross.

And in July, ‘Give Me The Reason’, on Epic,

reached No.60, for Luther Vandross.


Written by

Harriet Blackbury


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