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July 11, 2019

 

 

 

In 64, ‘How Sweet It Is’, on Stateside,

for Marvin Gaye, reached No.49.

And in 86, ‘Why Can’t This Be Love’,

on Warner Brothers, took Van Halen, to the No.8 line.

 

In 02, ‘How You Remind Me (import)’, on Roadrunner,

reached No.65, for Canadian group – Nickelback.

And in 02, (one month later), ‘How You Remind Me’,

became a gold-selling UK No.4 & US No.1 track.

 

In 72,’How Can I Be Sure’, on Bell,

saw David Cassidy, on the No.1 line.

And in 06, ‘Why Won’t You Give Me Your Love’,

on Deltasonic, gave The Zutons, their first No.9.

 

In 53, ‘Why Don’t You Believe In Me’, on MGM,

for Joni James – a US No.1 & UK No.11.

And in 98, ‘How Do I Live’, on Curb – a first hit,

and Platinum-seller, for LeAnn Rimes – peaked at No.7.

 

In 76, ‘Howzat’, on Epic, reached No.4,

for Australian group, Sherbet – their only UK hit.

And in 99, ‘Why Does It Always Rain On Me’,

on Independiente, gave Travis, a Top 10 fit.

 

In 77, Leo Sayer, on Chrysalis,

reached No.10 with, ‘How Much Love’.

And in 94, ‘Why Don’t You Take Me’, on Boy’s Own,

peaked at No.30, for One Dove.

 

In 81, ‘Why Do Fools Fall In Love’, on Capitol,

gave Diana Ross, a Top 4.

And in 96, ‘How Bizarre’, was a Top 5,

for Canadian duo – OMC, on Polydor.

 

In 74, ‘How Long’, on Anchor –

a Top 20, and only UK hit for Ace.

And in 05, ‘Why’, on Data,

found DJ Sammy, with a No.7 place.

 

In 90, ‘How Am I Supposed To Live Without You’,

on CBS, for Michael Bolton – a US No.1 & UK No.3.

And in 2000, on Epic, reaching No.38,

was Macy Gray, with ‘Why Didn’t You Call Me’.

 

In 60, Adam Faith, reached No.4,

on Parlophone, with ‘How About That’.

And in 93, ‘Why Can’t I Wake Up With You’,

for Take That, on RCA, at No.2, sat.

 

In 97, ‘How High’, on Beggars Banquet,

gave The Charlatans, a No.6 view.

And in 99, ‘Why Don’t You Get A Job’,

on Columbia, saw Offspring, with a Top 2.

 

In 66, ‘How Sweet It Is’, on Tamla Motown,

took Junior Walker & The All Stars, to No.22.

And in 91, Texas, on Mercury,

reached No.66, with ‘Why Believe In You’.

 

In 85, ‘How Soon Is Now’, for The Smiths,

climbed to No.16, on Rough Trade.

And in 99, ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad’,

on Mute, found Moby, also at No.16, in the hit parade.

 

In 64, The Mojos, on Decca,

peaked at No.25, with ‘Why Not Tonight’,

And in 86, ‘How Will I Know’, on Arista,

found Whitney Houston, with a US No.1 & UK Top 3 flight.

 

In 77, ‘How Deep Is Your Love’, on RSO,

for The Bee Gees – a Gold-seller, and US No.1 & UK No.3.

And in 05, on Warner Brothers – Garbage,

peaked at No.7, with ‘Why Do You Love Me’.

 

In 73, ‘Why Can’t We Live Together’, on Mojo,

gave Timmy Thomas, a No.12 success.

And in 81, ‘How ‘Bout Us’, peaked at No.5,

for Champaign, on CBS.

 

 

Written by Harriet Blackbury

 

 

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In 76, ‘Under The Moon Of Love’ – a gold-selling No.1,

for Showaddywaddy, on Bell.

And in 80, ‘Over You’, on Polydor,

gave Roxy Music, a Top 5 sell.

 

In 66, ‘Over Under Sideways Down’, on Columbia,

found The Yardbirds, enjoying the Top 10 scene.

And in 92, ‘Under The Bridge’, on Warner Brothers,

for Red Hot Chili Peppers, peaked at No.13.

 

In 76, ‘Under One Roof’, on State,

gave The Rubettes, a Top 40 fix.

And in 2000, ‘Overload’, on London,

became the first hit for The Sugarbabes, at No.6.

 

In 99, ‘Over You’, on Virgin,

for Justin, reached No.11.

And in 05, ‘Under The Tree’, on Angel’,

for The Water Babies, peaked at No.27.

 

In 86, ‘Over The Hill And Far Away’, on 10Ten,

for Gary Moore, was a Top 20.

And in 03, ‘Under The Thumb’, on Polydor,

gave Amy Studt, a Top 10 entry.

 

In 81, ‘Under Pressure’, on EMI,

saw Queen & David Bowie, with a No.1 place.

And in 95, ‘Not Over Yet’, on Perfecto,

reached No.6, for Grace.

 

In 83, ‘Down Under’, on Epic,

gave Men At Work, a gold-selling US & UK No.1.

And also in 83, ‘Overkill’, on Epic,

for Men At Work, peaked at No.21.

 

In 81, ‘Under Your Thumb’, on Polydor,

was a Top 3, for Godley & Creme.

And in 86, ‘Overjoyed’, on Motown,

for Stevie Wonder, reached No.17.

 

In 05, ‘Over’, on Universal,

for Lindsay Lohan, made the No.27 line.

Also in 05, ‘Under The Weather’, on Relentless,

for KT Tunstall, peaked at No.39.

 

In 64, ‘Under The Boardwalk’, on Atlantic,

found The Drifters, on the No.45 ledge.

And in 93, Almighty, reached No.38,

on Polydor, with ‘Over The Edge’.

 

 

Written by Harriet Blackbury.

 

 

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July 8, 2019

 

 

 

In 76, ‘More More More’, on Buddah,

for Andrea True Connection, reached No.5.

And in 01, ‘More Than That’, peaked at No.12,

for The Backstreet Boys, on Jive.

 

In 66, ‘The More I See You’, on Pye International,

gave Chris Montez, a Top 3 say.

And in 77, ‘More Than A Lover’, peaked at No.27,

for Bonnie Tyler, on RCA.

 

In 77, ‘More Than A Feeling’, on Epic,

for Boston, peaked at No.22.

And in 94,’The More I Get The More I Want’, on X-clusive,

gave KWS featuring Teddy Pendergrass, a No.35 view.

 

In 78, ‘More Than A Woman’, on Capitol,

saw Tavares enjoy a Top 7 scene.

And in 90, ‘More’, on Merciful Release,

for Sisters Of Mercy, reached No.14.

 

In 86, ‘More Than Physical’, on London,

took Bananarama, to No.41.

And in 94, ‘More To Love’, on Deconstruction,

saw Volcano, with a No.32, won.

 

In 78, ‘More Like The Movies’, on Capitol,

gave Dr Hook, a No.14 reply.

And in 91, ‘More To Life’, made No.23,

for Cliff Richard, on EMI.

 

In 90, ‘More Than You Know’, on CBS,

for Martika – a No.15, safe bet.

And in 94, ‘Morrissey, on Parlophone, was at No.8,

with ‘The More You Ignore Me The Closer I Get’.

 

In 70, ‘More Good Old Rock ‘N Roll’, on Columbia,

made No.34, for The Dave Clark Five’.

And In 84, ‘The More You Live, The More You Love’, was at No.26,

for A Flock Of Seagulls, on Jive.

 

In 98, ‘Travis, peaked at No.16,

on Independiente with ‘More Than Us EP’.

And in 99, ‘More Love’, on Universal,

took Next Of Kin, to No.33.

 

In 82, ‘More Than This’, on EG Roxy,

for Roxy Music, reached No.6.

And in 91, ‘More Than Words’, on A & M,

at No.2, for Extreme – last in this mix.

 

 

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July 5, 2019

 

 

 

In 81, ‘Ceremony’, on Factory,

for New Order, reached No.34.

And still in 81, ‘Procession’/’Everything’s Gone Green’ –

at No.38 – their second hit, through the factory door.

 

In 82, ‘Temptation’, peaked at No.29,

and in 83, ‘Blue Monday’ – twice a hit, at No.12 & No.9.

And finally in 83, came ‘Confusion’, at No.12 –

all these hits still carrying the Factory sign.

 

In 84, ‘Thieves Like Us’, reached No.18,

And in 85, peaking at No.46, was ‘The Perfect Kiss’.

Ending 85 – still on Factory’  -‘Sub-Culture’, made No.63,

and opening 86 – ‘Shellshock’, at No.28 – next on this list.

 

Three more chart entries followed in 86,

with ‘State Of The Nation’, in the Top 30 mix.

And at No.54, ‘The Peel Sessions (1st June 82)’, on Strange Fruit,

and back on Factory – ‘Bizarre Love Triangle’, made No.56.

 

In 87, ‘True Faith’, reached No.4,

and at No.20, was, ‘Touched By The Hand Of God’.

In 88, Blue Monday (Remix)’, made the Top 3,

And ‘Fine Time’, got the No.11 nod.

 

In 89, ‘Round And Round’, made No.21,

and ‘Run 2’, also on Factory – a No.49 slot, won.

And in 90, ‘World In Motion’, on Factory/MCA,

for EnglandNewOrder – a gold-selling No.1.

 

In 93, ‘Regret’, a No.4, on Centredate,

and ‘Ruined In A Day’, peaked at No.22.

And still on Centredate, ‘World (The Price Of Love) – made No.13,

and ‘Spooky’, also enjoyed a No.22 view.

 

In 94,’True Faith (Remix), reached No.9.

And in 95, ‘Nineteen 63’ – now on London – rose to No.21.

Also in 95, ‘Blue Monday (2nd Remix), returned at No.17.

And in 01, still on London, ‘Crystal’, at No.8, shone.

 

Ending 01, ’60 Miles An Hour’, reached No.29,

and in 02, ‘Here To Stay’, peaked at No.15.

And still in 02, on London, ‘World In Motion’,

for EnglandNewOrder – at No.43, was seen.

 

Ending 02, ‘Confusion’, on the Whacked label,

for Arthur Baker VS New Order, made No.64.

And in 05, ‘Krafty’, on London, reached No.8,

and ‘Jetstream’, featuring Ana Mantronic, made a Top 20 score.

 

Finally, in 05, ‘Waiting For The Sirens’ Call’,

on London, reached No.21.

And in 06, ‘Blue Monday’, on New State,

peaked at No.73 – with an army of fans, rightly won.

 

 

Written by Harriet Blackbury

 

 

 

 

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July 4, 2019

 

 

 

In 66, ‘Girl’, on Decca,

for St Louis Union, peaked at No.11.

And in 93, ‘Girl Of My Best Friend’, on Virgin,

for Bryan Ferry, reached No.57.

 

In 64, ‘Girl Don’t Come’, on Pye,

gave Sandie Shaw, a Top 3.

And in 02, ‘Girl Talk’, on Arista,

became a Top 30 for TLC.

 

In 99, ‘Summer Girls’, on Logic,

for Lyte Funkie Ones – a No.16, was to be.

And in 2000, still on logic,

reaching No.6, was their ‘Girl On TV’.

 

In 81, ‘Girls On Film’, on EMI,

for Duran Duran – a Top 5 entry.

And in 98, ‘Girls Night Out’, on Wildstar,

for Alda, reached the Top 20.

 

In 61, ‘A Girl Like You’, on Columbia,

saw Cliff Richard & The Shadows, at No.3.

And in 2000, ‘Girls Like US’, on Ministry Of Sound,

was at No.7, for B-15 Project Featuring Chrissy D & Lady Gee.

 

In 82, ‘Girl Crazy’, on Rak,

took Hot Chocolate to No.7.

And in 95, ‘Girl From Mars’, on Infectious,

for Ash, reached No.11.

 

In 77, ‘Mull Of Kintyre’/’Girls’ from School’, on Parlophone,

spent 9 weeks at No.1, for Paul McCartney & Wings.

And in 82, ‘The Girl Is Mine’, on Epic – a No.8,

from Michael Jackson with Paul McCartney – joy brings.

 

In 84, ‘The Girl From Ipanema’, on Verve,

gave Astrud Gilberto, a No. 55 place.

And in 03, ‘Girl In The Moon’, on Mercury,

found Darius, at No.21, in the chart race.

 

In 77, ‘The Girl Can’t Help It’, on Magnet,

reached to No.6 for Darts.

And in 84, ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’, on Portrait,

at No.2, found Cyndi Lauper, winning hearts.

 

In 96, ‘Girl Power’, on Food,

reached No.25 for Shampoo.

And in 07, ‘Girlfriend’, on Arista,

for Avril Lavigne – a US No.1 & UK No.2.

 

In 75, ‘Girls’, on All Platinum,

gave Moments & Whatnauts, a Top 3 heaven.

And in 05, ‘Girl Tonite’, on Atlantic,

took Twista Featuring Trey Songz, to No.47.

 

In 85, ‘Girlie Girlie, on Winner,

gave Sophia George, a No.7 chase.

And in 05, ‘Girl’, on Columbia,

saw Destiny’s Child with a No.6 ace.

 

In 90, ‘Girl To Girl’, on Fourth Broadway,

for The 49ers, hit the No.31 mark.

And in 07, ‘Girls Who Play Guitars’, on Warp,

reached No.31, for Maximo Park.

 

In 87, ‘Girlfriend In A Coma’, peaked at No.12,

for The Smiths, on Rough Trade.

And in 07, ‘The Girls’, on Sony,

saw Calvin Harris join the Top 3 cavalcade.

 

In 88, Milli Vanilli, on Cooltempo,

reached the Top 3, with ‘Girl You Know It’s True’,

And in 89, their ‘Girl I’m Gonna Miss You’,

(still on Cooltempo), reached No.2.

 

In 79, ‘Girls Talk’, reached No.4,

for Dave Edmunds, on Swansong.

And in 91, ‘The Girl I Used To Know’, on Parlophone,

peaked at No.48, for Brother Beyond.

 

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Written by Harriet Blackbury

 

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July 3, 2019

 

 

In 81, ‘Water On Glass’/’Boys’, on Rak,

for Kim Wilde, peaked at No.11.

And in 02, ‘Boys’, on Jive, gave Britney Spears

featuring Pharrell Williams, a No.7.

 

In 96, ‘The Boy With The X-Ray Eyes, on EMI,

reached No.32, for Babylon Zoo.

And in 98, ‘The Boy Is Mine’, on Atlantic,

gave Brandy & Monica, a Top 2.

 

In 69, ‘A Boy Named Sue’, gave Johnny Cash,

a Top 4, on CBS.

And in 87, ‘The Boy From Nowhere’, on Epic,

saw Tom Jones, with a Top 2 success.

 

In 85, ‘The Boy With The Thorn In His Side’,

was at No.23, for The Smiths, on Rough Trade.

And in 99, ‘Boy You Knock Me Out’, on Mjj,

for Tatyana Ali featuring Will Smith – the Top 3, made.

 

In 64, ‘Boys Cry’, on Fontana,

reached No.8 for Eden Kane.

And in 78, ‘Boys From New York City, on Magnet,

for ‘Darts’ – a Top 2 refrain.

 

In 95, Morrissey, on RCA Victor,

made No.36 with ‘The Boy Racer’.

And in 03, ‘The Boys Of Summer’, on Data,

saw DJ Sammy, with a No.2 chaser.

 

In 95, ‘Boy I Gotta Have You’, on Dome,

for Rio & Mars, reached No.43.

And in 96, ‘Boy I Gotta Have You’, now on Feverpitch-

for Rio & Mars, a No 46, proved to be.

 

In 79, ‘Boy Oh Boy’, on Rak,

for Racey, peaked at No.22.

And in 03, Mariah Carey featuring Cam’ron,

on Def Jam, reached No,7, with ‘Boy ( I Need You )’.

 

In 76, ‘The Boys Are Back In Town’,

gave Thin Lizzy, a No.8, on Vertigo.

And in 08, ‘The Boy Does Nothing’, on Asylum,

gave Alesha Dixon, a Top 5 show.

 

In 68, ‘Boy’, on Columbia,

for Lulu, peaked at No.15.

And in 79, ‘Boys Keep Swingin’, on RCA,

saw David Bowie, hit the No.7 scene.

 

In 76, ‘London Boys’, gave T Rex,

a Top 40, on EMI.

And in 86, The Cure, reached No.22,

on Fiction, with ‘Boys Don’t Cry’.

 

In 96, ‘Boy Wonder’, on Boiler House,

for Speedy, at No.56, was to be.

And in 05, ‘Boys Will Be Boys’, on B Unique WEA,

gave Ordinary Boys, a Top 3.

 

In 97, ‘The Boy Done Good’, on Cooking Vinyl,

gave Billy Bragg, a No.55 grip.

And in 06, ‘Boy From School’, on EMI,

became a Top 4, for Hot Chip.

 

In 2000, Jamelia, on Parlophone Rhythm,

reached No.42, with ‘Boy Next Door’.

And in 01, ‘Boy Is Crying’, on Mantra,

for Saint Etienne, peaked at No.34.

 

In 77, ‘Oh Boy ( The Mood I’m In )’, made No.8,

for Brotherhood Of Man, on Pye.

And in 86, ‘The Boy In The Bubble’, on Warner Brothers,

gave Paul Simon, a No.2, high. 

 

In 06, ‘The Boy Who Ran Away’, reached No.23,

for The Mystery Jets, on 679 679.

And in 84, ‘The Boy Who Came Back’, on Some Bizarre,

saw Marc Almond reach the No.52 line.

 

 

written by Harriet Blackbury

 

 

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May 29, 2019

 

 

In 68, ‘Only One Woman’, on Polydor,

saw The Marbles, on a Top 5 roll.

And in 85, ‘Starting Again’, on MCA,

gave Second Image, a No.65 goal.

 

In 78, ‘Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad’, on Epic,

for Meat Loaf, reached the No.32 line.

And in 92, still on Epic, this single,

for Meat Loaf, now peaked at No.69.

 

In 73, ‘I’m Doing Fine Now’, on RCA,

for New York City – a Top 20, divine.

And in 84, ‘The Second Time’, on MCA,

took Kim Wilde up to No.29. 

 

In 67, ‘She’d Rather Be With Me’, on London,

took The Turtles up to No.4.

And in 79, ‘The Second Time Around’, on Solar,

gave Shalamar a No.45 score.

 

In 71, ‘Love The One You’re With’, on Atlantic,

peaked at No.37, for Stephen Stills.

And in 04, ‘Not For All The Love In The World’,

on Virgin, a Top 40, for Irish Group – The Thrills.

 

In 07, ‘Two Lovers’, on B Unique/Polydor,

climbed to No.34 for Twang.

And in 89, ‘You’re The One’, on RCA,

crept in at No.74, for Greek Duo – Bang.

 

In 95, ‘The Sunshine After The Rain’, on ffrreedom,

reached to No.4 for UK singer -Berri.

And in 98, ‘Falling In Love Again’, on Polydor,

peaked at No.8 for Eagle – Eye Cherry.

 

In 95,’One More Chance’, on Maverick,

climbed to No.11 for Madonna.

And in 70, ‘I’ll Go On Hoping’, on Columbia –

a Top 30, for Des O’Connor.

 

 

 

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In 71, ‘Hot Love’, on Fly,

gave T Rex, their first UK No.1.

And in 08, ‘Cold Shoulder’, on XL Recordings,

saw Adele, with a No.18, won.

 

In 80, ‘Too Hot’, on Mercury,

found Kool & The Gang at No.23.

And in 94, ‘Cold Cold Heart’, on Precious Organisation,

for Wet Wet Wet – a Top 20, was to be.

 

In 02, ‘Cold Light Of Day’, on Sony,

for Halo, reached No.49.

And in 08, ‘Hot N Cold’, on Virgin,

gave Katy Perry, a gold-selling, No.4, so fine.

 

In 05, ‘Cold Wind’, on Rough Trade,

reached No.52, for Arctic Fire.

And in 77, ‘So You Win Again’, on Rak label,

gave Hot Chocolate, a three week, No.1 flyer.

 

In 84, ‘Hot Water’, on Polydor,

took Level 42, to No.18.

And in 06, ‘No Way Back’/’Cold Day In The Sun’,

on RCA, for The Foo Fighters, at No.64, was seen.

 

In 92, ‘Cold Day In Hell’, on Virgin,

peaked at No.24, for Gary Moore.

And in 2002, ‘Hot In Herre’, on Universal,

gave Nelly, a US No.1 and UK No.4.

 

In 81, ‘Cold Love’, on Geffen,

gave Donna Summer a No.44 address.

And in 2010, ‘Hot’, on Beat,

at No.6, for Inna – her only UK success.

 

In 78, ‘Cold As Ice’, on Atlantic,

for Foreigner, reached No.24.

Followed by ‘Hot Blooded’, still in 78,

also on Atlantic, making a No.42, chart score.

 

In 90, ‘Cold Hearted’, on Virgin American –

for Paula Abdul, a US No.1 and UK No.46.

And in 94, ‘Hot Love Now’, on Polydor,

for Wonder Stuff, at No.19, ends this mix.

 

 

 

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May 19, 2019

 

 

 

In 70, ‘Cottonfields’, on Capitol,

for The Beach Boys, reached No.5.

And in 92,‘Walking On Broken Glass’, on RCA,

for Annie Lennox, at No.8, did arrive.

 

In 61, ‘Wooden Heart’, on RCA,

for Elvis Presley, was at No.1, for a six week run.

And in 67, ‘Traffic’, on Island label,

peaked at No.5 with ‘Paper Sun’.

 

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

at No.27, for Donnie Elbert, made the grade.

And in 92, ‘Metal Mickey’, on Nude label,

at No.17 – the first Top 20, for Suede.

 

In 65, ‘Wooly Bully, on MGM,

for Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs, made No.11.

And in 73, Rubber Bullets, on UK label,

for 10CC, flew up to a No.1 heaven.

 

In 57, Water Water/Handful Of Songs, on Decca,

was at No.5, for Tommy Steele & The Steelmen.

And in 2000, ‘The Wicker Man’, on EMI,

for Iron Maiden, became their twelfth UK Top 10.

 

In 56, ‘Blue Suede Shoes’, on HMV,

for Elvis Presley, at No.9 – his second UK hit, was to be.

And in 76, ‘Satin Sheets’, on Warner Brothers,

for The Bellamy Brothers, peaked at No.43.

 

In 97, ‘Plastic Dreams’, on R & S,

peaked at No.18, for Jaydee.

And in 99, Travis, on Independiente, found No.10,

with ‘Why Does It Always Rain On Me’.

 

In 85, ‘Material Girl’, on Sire,

for Madonna – a Top 3 gold seller.

And in 95, ‘Broken Stones’, on Go! Discs label –

a UK Top 20, for Paul Weller.

 

In 65, ‘Concrete & Clay’, on Decca,

saw Unit Four Plus Two, on the No.1 throne.

And in 89, ‘What The World Is Waiting For’/’Fools Gold’,

a No.8 for The Stone Roses, on Silvertone.

 

 

 

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May 11, 2019

 

 

In 75, ‘Sky High’, on Splash,

for Jigsaw, up to No.9, flew.

And in 81, ‘Up The Hill Backwards’, on RCA,

for David Bowie, peaked at No.32.

 

In 61, ‘Reach For The Stars’/’Climb Ev’ry Mountain’,

on Columbia, found Shirley Bassey with a No.1, sealed.

And in 71, ‘Move On Up’, on Buddah,

was a No.12 hit, for Curtis Mayfield.

 

In 70, ‘Up The Ladder To The Roof’, on Tamla Motown,

for The Supremes, at No.6 was seen.

And in 86, ‘Higher Love’, on Island label,

for Steve Winwood, peaked at No.13.

 

In 01, ‘There You’ll Be’, on Warner Brothers,

reached the Top 3 for Faith Hill.

And again, in 08, returned to the charts –

this time with a Top 10, fitting the bill.

 

In 70, ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’, a UK No.6,

on Tamla Motown for Diana Ross.

And in 80, ‘Ride Like The Wind’, on Warner Brothers,

peaked at No.69 for Christopher Cross.

 

In 66, for The Alan Price Set, on Decca,

reaching No.11 was, ‘Hi Lili Hi Lo’.

And in 08, ‘Mountains’, on 14th Floor,

was a Top 5 for Biffy Clyro. 

 

In 76, ‘How High The Moon’, on MGM,

for Gloria Gaynor, reached No.33.

And in 78, ‘Sometimes When We Touch’, on 20th Century,

for Dan Hill, a No.13 entry, was to be.

 

In 67, ‘Up, Up And Away’, on Liberty,

for The Johnny Mann Singers, peaked at No.6.

And in 73, ‘Higher Ground’, on Tamla Motown,

for Stevie Wonder – a US No.1 and UK No.29, ends this mix.

 

 

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