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July 1, 2019



In 86, ‘Always The Sun’, on Epic –

for The Stranglers made the Top 30 scene.

And in 94, ‘Forever Now’, on RCA,

for Level 42, reached No.19


In 92, ‘Always The Last To Know’, on A & M,

was at No.13, for Del Amitri.

And in 96, ‘Always Be My Baby’, on Columbia –

a gold – seller, for Mariah Carey, made the Top 3.


In 78, ‘Forever Autumn’, on CBS,

gave Justin Hayward,  a Top 5.

And in 87, ‘Always On My Mind’, on Parlophone – a gold-seller,

for The Pet Shop Boys – at No.1, for 4 weeks, did survive.


In 89, ‘Forever Your Girl’, on Siren,

for Paula Abdul, peaked at No.24.

And in 08, ‘Always Where I Need To Be’, on Virgin,

gave The Kooks, a Top 3 score.


In 73, ‘Forever’ on Harvest,

reached No.8, for Roy Wood.

And in 09, ‘Forever Is Over’, on Fascination,

for The Saturdays, at No.2, stood.


In 94, ‘Always’, peaked at No.2,

for Bon Jovi, on Jambco.

And in 96, ‘Forever Love’, on RCA –

a No.1, for Gary Barlow.


In 86, ‘(Forever) Live and Die’, on Virgin,

reached No.11 for Orchestral Manoevres In The Dark.

And in 96, Belinda Carlisle, on Chrysalis,

peaked at No.8, with ‘Always Breaking My Heart’


In 76, ‘Forever And Ever’, on Bell –

a gold-seller, at No.1 for Slik.

And in 01, ‘Always Come Back To Your Love’, on Wild Card,

for Samantha Mumba – a Top 3 pick.


In 02, ‘Always On Time’, on Def Jam,

gave JA Rule featuring Ashanti, a US No.1 & UK No.6.

And in 95, ‘Always And Forever’, on Epic –

a Top 20, for Luther Vandross, ends this mix.


Written by Harriet Blackbury



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