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November 22, 2019





In 84, Queen, made the Top 3,

on EMI, with ‘I Want To Break Free’.

And in 89, ‘Slaves No More’, on RCA,

gave The Blow Monkeys featuring Sylvia Tella, a No.73.


In 67, ‘It Must Be Him (Seul Sur Son Etoile),

was a No.2, for Vicky Carr.

And in 84, ‘Love Is A Battlefield’, on Chrysalis,

reached No.17, for Pat Benatar.


In 84, ‘Love Games’, on CBS,

found Belle & The Devotions at No.11.

And in 02, ‘It’s In Our Hands, on One Little Indian,

for Bjork, climbed to No.37.


In 74, ‘Living For The City’, on Tamla Motown,

gave Stevie Wonder a No.15 success.

And in 83, ‘Love Of The Common People’, a gold-seller,

made the Top 2, for Paul Young on CBS.


In 56, ‘Love Me Tender’, on HMV,

for Elvis Presley – a US No.1 & UK No.11.

And in 95, ‘Let’s All Go Together’, on London,

for Marion, peaked at No.37.


In 78, ‘Love Is The Sweetest Thing’, on Mercury – a No.60,

for Peter Skellern featuring Grimethorpe Colliery Band.

And in 79, ‘Love Is The Answer’, on Big Tree,

saw England Dan & John Ford Coley, make a No.45 stand.


In 82, ‘All The Love In The World’, on Arista,

gave Dionne Warwick, a Top 10 play.

And in 07, ‘It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas’ –

a No.49, for Perry Como, on RCA.


In 62, ‘Island Of Dreams’, on Philips,

saw The Springfields, with a Top 5 won,

And in 07, ‘It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year’,

on Sony, took Andy Williams to No.21.



Written by

Harriet Blackbury



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