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August 1, 2021




In 85, ‘The Heat Is On’, for Glenn Frey,

made No.12 on RCA

And in 95, ‘Warm Summer Daze’, gave Vybe,

a Top 60, on Fourth & Broadway.


In 97, Aaliyah, reached the Top 30,

on Atlantic, with ‘Hot Like Fire’.

And in 05, ‘Middle Of Nowhere’, peaked at No.47.

for Hot Hot Heat, on Sire.


In 87, ‘Warm Wet Circles’, rose to No.22,

for Marillion, on EMI.

And in 97, Supergrass, had a Top 10,

on Parlophone, with ‘Sun Hits The Sky’.


In 66, ‘Summer In The City’, a US No.1 on Kama Sutra,

took The Loving Spoonful, to the UK No.8 line.

And in 85, Bryan Adams, on A & M,

peaked at No.42, with ‘Summer Of 69’.


In 81, ‘Hot Love’, on Calibre,

rose to No.22, for Kelly Marie.

And in 99, ‘Sun Is Shining’, a silver seller, on Club Tools,

gave Bob Marley versus FunkStar De Luxe, a Top 3.


In 99, Foxy Brown, reached No.31,

on Def Jam with ‘Hot Spot’.

And in 2010, Inna had a No.6,

on 3Beat, with ‘Hot’.


In 78, John Travolta & Olivia Newton John,

had a No.1, with ‘Summer Nights’, on RSO.

And in 88, Hothouse Flowers, peaked at No.11,

on London, with ‘Don’t Go’.


In 99, ‘Sunshine’, on Go! Beat,

gave Gabrielle, a No.9

And in 04, The Cores, on Atlantic,

made No.6, with ‘Summer Sunshine’.


In 75, ‘Summertime City’, on Epic,

for Mike Batt with The New Edition, made No.4.

And in 94, ‘Hot Love Now’, was a No.19,

for Wonder Stuff, on Polydor.


In 76, ‘Summer Of My Life’, on Pye,

reached No.7, for Simon May.

And in 04, Sam & Mark, on 19/UMTV,

made No.1, with ‘The Sun Has Come Your Way’.


In 93, ‘Suntan’, on Hug label,

was a Top 40 for Stan.

And in 04, ‘Sunshine’, on Island,

made No.58, for The Holiday Plan.


In 80, ‘The Sunshine Of Your Smile’, on Polydor,

gave Mike Berry, a No,9.

And in 89, Eddy Grant, on Blue Wave,

reached No.57, with ‘Walking On Sunshine’.


In 82, ‘Hot In The City’, on Chrysalis,

gave Billy Idol, a No.13 entry.

And in 04, ‘Walking In The Sun’, for Travis,

on Independiente, made the Top 20.


In 81, Kool & The Gang, peaked at No.17,

with ‘Summer Madness’, on De-Lite.

And in 87, Bryan Adams made the Top 50,

on A & M, with ‘Heat Of The Night’.


In 83, ‘Body Work’, climbed to No.19,

for Hot Streak, on Polydor.

And in 02, ‘Hot In Herre’, on Universal,

for Nelly, a US No.1 & UK Top4.


In 92, ‘Warm It Up’, on Ruffhouse,

took Kris Kross, to the No.16 spot.

And in 94, Arrow, on The Hit Label,

peaked at No.38, with ‘Hot Hot Hot’.


In 66, ‘Sunny Afternoon’, on Pye,

saw The Kinks, at No.1 with ease.

And in 74, The Isley Brothers, on Epic,

reached No.16, with ‘Summer Breeze’.


In 82, ‘In The Heat Of The Night’, made No.22,

for Imagination, on R & B.

And in 01, ‘Sunrise’, on Island,

gave Pulp, a No.23.


In 78, ‘Summer Night City’, on Epic,

for Abba, reached the Top 5 line.

And in 81, Bad Manners, on Magnet,

had a Top 10, with ‘Walking In The Sunshine’.


In 82, ‘Heat Of The Moment’, on Geffen,

gave Asia, a No.46.

And in 99, ‘Summertime Of Our Lives’,

a Top 5, for A1 on Columbia, ending this mix.



by Harriet Blackbury.




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