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February 16, 2022



In 63, The Hollies, on Parlophone

reached No.8 with ‘Stay’.

And in 79, ‘Street Life’, was a Top 5,

for The Crusaders on MCA.


In 87, Terence Trent D’arby, peaked at No.7

on CBS with ‘If You Let Me Stay’.

And in 93, Jade, also reached No.7

on Giant with ‘Don’t Walk Away’.


In 78, ‘Come Back And Finish What You Started’,

gave Gladys Knight & The Pips, on Buddah, a No.15.

And in 80, ‘Hungry Heart’, on CBS,

made No.44 for Bruce Springsteen.


In 64, ‘Cast Your Fate To The Wind’, flew to No.5,

on Piccadilly, for Sounds Orchestral.

And in 87, ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’, was at No.27,

for Crowded House, on Capitol.


In 70, The Contours, on Tamla Motown,

made No.31, with ‘Just A Little Misunderstanding’.

And in 71, ‘Street Fighting Man’, on Decca,

gave The Rolling Stones, a No.21 standing.


In 66, ‘Headline News’, was a No.39,

for Edwin Starr on Polydor.

And in 68, ‘Sunshine Of Your Love’, made No.25,

for Cream, also on Polydor.


In 83, ‘Love On Your Side’, on Arista,

took The Thompson Twins up to No.9.

And in 91,’Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me’, on Epic,

saw George Michael & Elton John, on the US & UK No.1 line.


written by

Harriet Blackbury.


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