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February 13, 2016

 

 

In 71,  The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra with,

‘The Theme From The Onedin Line’, came into view.

And ‘The Theme from Harry’s Game’,

saw Clannard, at No.5 in 82

 

‘The Theme From The Persuaders’,

gave The John Barry Orchestra a hit in 71,

and Isaac Hayes with ‘The Theme from Shaft’,

also in 71, had us all switched on.

 

‘The Theme From The Deer Hunter (Cavatina) ,

took The Shadows to No.9 in 79,

whilst ‘The Theme From Randall and Hopkirk Deceased’

by Nina Persson and David Arnold, in 2000, at 49.

 

‘The Theme From Cheers’ by Gary Portnoy

gave us a feel-good factor in 84.

Long after ‘The Theme From Z Cars’,

in 62, came from Norrie Paramor.

 

Also in 62, Johnny Keating took

‘The Theme from Z Cars’ to No. 8 in the charts.

( which starred Brian Blessed as Fancy Smith,

a ‘one off’, who still wins many hearts).

 

‘The Theme From E T  (The Extra Terrestrial)’

gave John Williams a hit in 82.

And ‘The Theme From A Summer Place’,

back in 60, took Percy Faith up to No.2.

 

In 81, (and 82 – the re-entry)  – Christopher Cross gave us,

‘Arthur’s Theme ( Best That I Can Do)’

and in 86 with ‘I Do What I Do (The Theme for 9½ weeks)’,

John Taylor reached No.42

 

Diana Ross with ‘The Theme From Mahogany –

(Do You Know Where You’re Going To)’  came in 76.

And at No.6  Ferrante & Teicher, in 61,

with ‘The Theme From Exodus’, in this final mix.

 

 

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