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January 4, 2019


In 2001, Mis-teeq, on Telstar

took ‘All I Want’ to a UK No.2.

And in 2003, Bon Jovi, on Mercury,

reached No.9 with ‘All About You’.


In 93, ‘All That She Wants’, on London,

was a UK No.1 for Ace of Base.

And in 2008, ‘All Summer Long’, on Atlantic,

gave Kid Rock a US and UK No.1 place.


In 66, ‘All Or Nothing’, on Decca,

gave The Small Faces their first UK No.1 high.

And in 2005, ‘All About You’ / ‘You’ve Got A Friend’,

on Island, was a UK No.1 for McFly.


In 76, ‘All By Myself’, on Arista,

reached No.12 for Eric Carmen.

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

for Dionne Warwick, made No.10


In 97, ‘All Mine’, on Go!Beat label

reached No.8 for Portishead.

And in 98, ‘All Around The World’, on Creation,

saw Oasis put their fourth UK No.1 to bed.


In 65, ‘All I Really Want To Do’, by The Byrds,

reached a UK No.4 on CBS.

And in 68, ‘All Along The Watch Tower’, on Track,

gave Jimi Hendrix Experience a Top 5 success.


In 80, ‘All Out Of Love’, on Arista,

for Air Supply, made No.11.

And in 2006, ‘You’re All I Have’ by Snow Patrol,

on Fiction, reached No.7.


In 59, ‘All American Boy’, on London,

gave Bill Parsons a UK No.22 place.

And in 74, ‘All Of My Life’, on Tamla Motown,

ensured Diana Ross owned some Top 10 space.


In 84, ‘All Cried Out’, on CBS,

for Alison Moyet, a No.8 entry.

And in 91, ‘All Woman’, on Arista,

took Lisa Stansfield again into the Top 20.


In 92,  with ‘You’re All That Matters To Me’, on Arista,

 was Curtis Stigers at No. 6.

And in 81, ‘All Those Years Ago’, by George Harrison,

on Dark Horse label, at No.13, the last in this mix.


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