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March 28, 2020





In 54, ‘The Little Shoemaker’, climbed to No.7,

for Petula Clark, on Polygon.

And in 64, ‘Little Red Rooster’, on Decca,

gave The Rolling Stones, their second UK No.1


In 67, The Monkees, made the Top 3,

on RCA, with ‘A Little Bit Me A Little Bit You’.

And in 97, ‘Little Pink Stars’, on Mercury,

gave Radish, a No.32.


In 82, ‘A Little Peace’, reached No.1,

for german singer, Nicole, on CBS.

And in 90, ‘A Little Time’, on Go! Discs,

also saw Beautiful South, with a No.1 success.


In 72, ‘A Little Piece Of Leather’, on London,

gave Donnie Elbert, a No.27.

And in 82, ‘Little Town’, on EMI,

for Cliff Richard, peaked at No.11.


In 76, Dr Hook reached No.2,

on Capitol, with a ‘Little Bit More’.

And in 09, ‘Little Lion Man’, on Island,

gave Mumford & Sons, a No.24.


In 98, ‘Little Bit Of Lovin’, peaked at No.8,

for Kele Le Roc, on 1st Avenue.

And in 02, ‘Little Rhymes’, reached No.51,

for Mercury Rev, on V2.


In 88, ‘A Little Respect’, on Mute,

took Erasure, into the Top 4.

And in 91, ‘Little Lost Sometimes’, made No.42,

for Almighty, on Polydor.


In 65, ‘Little Things’, on Decca,

for Dave Berry, made the Top 5 scene.

And in 66, ‘Little By Little’, on Philips,

for Dusty Springfield, peaked at No.17.


In 93, Luther Vandross, climbed to No.28,

on Epic, with ‘Little Miracles (Happen Every Day)’.

And in 02, ‘A Little Less Conversation’, gave Elvis VS JXL,

a platinum-selling, four week No.1, on RCA.


In 63, ‘Little Town Flirt’, on London,

gave Del Shannon, a Top 4.

And in 66, ‘Little Man’, on Atlantic,

for Sonny & Cher, also made the Top 4.


In 80, ‘Little Jeannie’, on Rocket,

was a No.33, for Elton John.

And in 90, ‘Little Brother’, on Big Life,

gave Blue Pearl, a No.31.


In 75, ‘A Little Love And Understanding’,

on Decca, gave Gilbert Becaud, a Top 10 stay.

And in 97, David Bowie, peaked at No.14,

with ‘Little Wonder’, on RCA.


In 87, ‘Little Lies’, on Warner Brothers,

saw Fleetwood in the Top 5 again.

And in 93, ‘Little Fluffy Clouds’, on Big Life,

for Orb, reached the Top 10.


In 78, ‘A Little More Love’, on EMI,

was a Top 4, for Olivia Newton-John.

And in 06, ‘Littlest Things’, on Regal,

took Lily Allen, to No.21.


In 59, ‘Little White Bull’, on Decca,

gave Tommy Steele, a No.6 play.

And in 72, ‘Little Willy’, made No.4,

for Sweet, on RCA.


In 58, The Elegants, reached No.25,

with ‘Little Star’, on HMV.

And in 93, ‘Little Bird’- a double A side,

on RCA, gave Annie Lennox, a Top 3.


In 64, ‘A Little Loving’, on Parlophone,

gave The Fourmost, a Top 6.

And in 98, ‘A Little Soul’, on Island,

made No.22, for Pulp, ending this mix.


Written by

Harriet Blackbury.




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