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October 27, 2019



In 71, ‘Jig A Jag’, on Deram,

gave East Of Eden, a Top 7.

And in 93, ‘West End Girls’, on London,

took East 17, to No.11.


In 81, ‘Southern Freez’, on Beggars Banquet,

gave Freez featuring Mansfield Allman, a No.8 seat.

And in 91, ‘Ride Like The Wind’, on ffrr.

was a Top 3 for East Side Beat.


In 97, ‘I’m A Man Not A Boy’, on RCA,

found North & South, with a Top 7.

And in 99, ‘Northern Lights’, on Creation,

gave The Super Furry Animals, a No.11.


In 57, The Southlanders, on Decca,

reached No.17, with ‘Alone’.

And in 93, ‘Go West’, was a Top 2,

for The Pet Shop Boys, on Parlophone.


In 78, Renaissance, had a Top 10,

on Warner Brothers, with ‘Northern Lights’.

And in 04, ‘Look At Us’, on Iconic,

was at No.29, for Northern Heightz.


In 66, ‘East West’, on Columbia,

took Herman’s Hermits, to No.33.

And in 78, Eastside Connections, on Creole,

had a No.44, with ‘You’re So Right For Me’.


In 90, ‘South Of The River’, a Top 50,

for Mica Paris, on Fourth & Broadway.

And in 98, ‘Perfect 10’, on Go! Disco,

gave Beautiful South, a Top 2 play.


In 96, ‘West End Pad’, peaked at No.25,

for Cathy Dennis, on Polydor.

And in 99, ‘Westside’, on Epic,

for TQ, reached No.4.


In 2000, ‘Love On The Northern Line’, on Global Talent,

reached No.15, for The Northern Line.

And also in 2000, ‘Luvstruck’, on AM:PM,

found the Southside Spinners, with a No.9.


In 80, ‘West One (Shine On Me)’, on Virgin,

gave The Ruts, a No.43 reply.

And in 06, Kanye West featuring Lupe Fiasco,

had a No.6, on Roc-A-Fella, with ‘Touch The Sky’.


In 57, ‘Fire Down Below’, on Brunswick,

took Jeri Southern, on a No.22 ride.

And in 90, ‘My Rising Star’, on Factory,

was at No.32, for Northside.


In 96, ‘Living It Up’, on Heavenly,

reached No.24, for Northern Uproar.

And in 97, ‘North Country Boy’, on Beggars Banquet,

took The Charlatans, to No.4.


In 91, ‘East Easy Rider’, on Island,

found Julian Cope, on the No.51 line.

And in 01, ‘Paint The Silence’, on Mo Wax,

took South, to No 69.


In 69, ‘Games People Play’, on Capitol,

gave Joe South, a Top 6 best.

And in 2000, Marvin & Tamara, on Epic,

peaked at No.38, with ‘North, South, East, West’.



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