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November 17, 2018



In 84, UK Group – Art of Noise,

reached No.8 with ‘Close (To The Edit)’,

and in 66, on Parlophone ‘Paperback Writer’

gave The Beatles their 10th No.1 credit.


In 86, ‘Ballerina Girl’/’Deep River Woman’, on Motown,

gave Lionel Richie his 10th UK Top Twenty,

and ‘Dance Yourself Dizzy’ on the Polo label,

in 80, saw ‘Liquid Gold’ with a No.2 entry.


In 83, ‘Karma Chameleon’, on Virgin,

for Culture Club, a No.1 in the US & UK,

and on the Sire label in 89 at No.5,

with ‘Express Yourself’ Madonna had her say.


In 1960, on Parlophone, in the Top 3  –

‘Portrait Of My Love’ by Matt Munro, loved by all.

and on Epic, in 79 at No.7,

was Michael Jackson with ‘Off The Wall’.


In 62, on Mercury, reaching No.5,

Leroy Van Dyke arrived with ‘Walk On By’,

and also on Mercury, in 75 -‘Art For Art’s Sake’ by 10CC,

 (this Top 5 following ‘I’m Not In Love’ – a No.1 high.)


In 84 came ‘State Of Independence’,

by Jon & Vangelis on Polydor,

and at No.5 in 76, on Buddah –

Andrea True Connection sang ‘More More More’.


In 62, at No.2, on the Piccadilly label,

Joe Brown sang ‘A Picture Of You’,

and on Crysalis in 73, Leo Sayer with

‘The Show Must Go On’,  also reached No.2.


In 2009, on Lavolta label, Red Light Company

took ‘Arts And Crafts’ to No.53,

and in 77, ‘Show You The Way To Go’, on Epic,

for the Jackson 5, their first No.1 was to be.


In 86, ‘The Phantom Of The Opera’, on Polydor,

at No.7, Sarah Brightman & Steve Harley did own.

and in 91, at No.16, ‘The Show Must Go On’

by Queen, came on Parlophone.


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