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July 19, 2019




In 78, ‘Shame’, on RCA – the first UK hit,

for Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King, made No.39.

And in 99, ‘Blame It On The Weatherman’,

on Glow Worm, found B*Witched, on the No.1 line.


In 70, ‘(Blame It ) On The Pony Express’, on Bell,

for Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon, reached No.7.

And in 88, ‘Don’t Blame It On The Girl’/’ Wap-Bam-Boogie’,

on Wea, saw Matt Bianco at No.11.


In 63, ‘Blame It On The Boosa Nova’, on CBS,

climbed to No.32, for Eydie Gorme.

And in 92, The Lemonheads, on Atlantic,

reached No.31, with ‘It’s A Shame About Ray’.


In 84, ‘Don’t Blame It On Love’, on Polydor,

reached No.55, for Shakatak.

And in 05, ‘Shame & Scandal’, on V2,

found Madness, at No.38, in the Top 40 pack.


In 91, Alexander O’Neal, reached No.71,

with ‘Shame On Me’, on Tabu.

And in 2010, ‘Blame It On The Girls’, for Mika,

on Casablanca/Island, peaked at No.72.


In 90, ‘It’s A Shame (My Sister)’, on Cooltempo,

for Monie Love featuring True Image – a No.12 revealed.

And in 94, ‘Blame It On Me’, on Magnet,

gave D:ream, a No.25 yield.


In 61, The Everly Brothers, reached the Top 20,

on Warner Brothers, with ‘Muskrat’/’Don’t Blame Me’.

And in 90, ‘Shame On You’, on A & M,

for Gun, peaked at No.33.


In 70, ‘It’s A Shame’, on Motown,

gave The Spinners, a Top 20 view.

And in 89, ‘Blame It On The Rain’, on Cooltempo,

for Milli Vanilli, peaked at No.52.


In 84, ‘Such A Shame’, on EMI,

found Talk Talk, at No.49.

And in 89, Norman Cook featuring MC Wildski, on Go! Beat,

peaked at No.29, with ‘Blame It On The Bassline’.


In 75, ‘Shame Shame Shame’, on All Platinum –

the only hit for Shirley & Company – reached No.6.

And in 78, ‘Blame It On The Boogie’, on Epic,

at No.8, for The Jacksons – completes this mix.




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