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November 4, 2019




In 71,’You’re Ready Now’, on Philips,

took Frankie Valli, to No.11.

And in 85, ‘Election Day’, on Odeon,

gave Arcadia, a Top 7.


In 78, ‘You’re The One That I Want’ – a US & UK No.1,

on RSO, for John Travolta & Olivia Newton John.

And in 87, ‘Stand By Me’, on Atlantic,

for Ben E King, a gold-selling UK No.1


In 85, ‘Say I’m Your No.1’, reached No.7,

for Princess, on Supreme.

And in 98, ‘You’re Still The One’, on Mercury,

gave Shania Twain, a Top 10 dream.


In 82, ‘Happy Talk’, on A & M,

found Captain Sensible, on the No.1 line.

And in 06, ‘Breaking Free’, on Walt Disney,

took The Cast Of High School Musical’, to No.9.


In 63, The Rolling Stones, made No.12,

on Decca, with ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’.

And in 97, ‘Drive Me Crazy’, peaked at No.36,

on Multiply, for Partizan.


In 65, ‘Turn Turn Turn (To Everything There Is A Season)’,

a US No.1 & UK No.26, for The Byrds, on CBS.

And in 66, ‘Inside – Looking Out’, on Decca,

gave The Animals a No.12 success.


In 83, ‘Changes’, peaked at, No.31,

for Imagination, on R & B.

And in 84, ‘Only When You Leave’, on Reformation,

gave Spandau Ballet, a Top 3.


In 80, Diana Ross, on Motown,

reached No.13, with ‘I’m Coming Out’.

And in 97, ‘Go The Distance’, on Columbia,

found Michael Bolton, with a No.14 shout.


In 76 ‘Couldn’t Get It Right’, on BTM,

made No.10, for The Climax Blues Band.

And in 2000, ‘Superhero’, on Sony,

gave Reef, a No.55 stand.


In 76, ‘Don’t Give Up On Us’, on Private Stock,

a platinum-selling, US & UK No.1, for David Soul.

And in 83, with ‘The Lifeboat Party’, on Island,

at No.49, with his Coconuts, was King Creole.


Written by

Harriet Blackbury


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