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October 17, 2019



In 85, ‘See That Glow’, on Magnet,

gave This Island Earth, a No.47.

And in 93, ‘Independence’, on Dome,

took Lulu, to No.11.


In 94, The Pretenders, had a Top 10,

on Real, with ‘I’ll Stand By You’.

And in 96, ‘Freedom’, on Chrysalis,

for Robbie Williams, reached No.2.


In 04, Gladiator featuring Izzy, made No.19,

on Universal, with ‘Now We Are Free’.

And in 05, ‘Proud’, on Arista,

took Heather Small, to No.33.


In 82, ‘A Night To Remember’, on Solar,

gave Shalamar, a Top 5.

And in 96, ‘Thank God It’s Friday’, made No.14,

for R Kelly, on Jive.


In 80, ‘All I Ever Wanted’, on CBS,

gave Santana, a No.57.

And in 84, ‘I’m So Excited’, on Planet,

saw The Pointers Sisters, at No.11.


In 82, Imagination, reached No.22,

on R & B, with ‘In The Heat Of The Night’.

And in 83, ‘I’m Still Standing’, saw Elton John,

on Rocket, to No.4, take flight.


In 68, ‘I’m A Midnight Mover’, on Atlantic,

peaked at No.38, for Wilson Picket.

And in 72, ‘I’ll Take You There’, on Stax,

for The Staple Singers – a US No.1 & UK Top 30 hit.


In 78, Blondie, on Chrysalis, made No.10, with

( I’m Always Touched By Your) Presence Dear’.

And in 85, ‘I’m Your Man’, on Epic,

gave Wham, a gold-selling UK No.1 cheer.


Written By

Harriet Blackbury



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