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August 4, 2018



In 88, Tanita Tikaram

reached No.10 with ‘Good Tradition’,

and in this year her ‘Twist In Sobriety’,

also on the Wea label, made the No.22 position.


‘The Good The Bad and The Ugly’, on RCA in 88

gave Hugo Montenegro a UK No.1,

and ‘A Good Year For The Roses’ reached No.6

for Elvis Costello & The Attractions in 81.


In 77  ‘Good Morning Judge’ on Mercury

gave 10cc a UK No.5 place.

and in 85, Fergal Sharkey on Virgin,

took ‘A Good Heart’ to No.1 in the chart race.


‘Good Times’ by Chic on Atlantic

was at No.5 in 79.

In the 90s – ‘So Good’ and ‘Good Thing’ on EMI

2 of 15 Top 20s for Eternal, doing fine.


‘Good Vibrations’ from The Beach Boys on Capitol,

in 66, a number 1 in the US. & UK.

and reaching No.7 in 73 was Perry Como,

with ‘For The Good Times’ on RCA.


‘Good Morning Freedom’ on the Philips label,

a Top 10 in 70 for Blue Mink,

and featuring William Orbit, on Columbia,

with ‘Feel Good Time’ (a Top 3 in 03) for P!nk.


In 95 ‘Back For Good’ on RCA,

for Take That – their 6th Uk No.1.

and in 98, ‘Goodbye’ on the Virgin  label,

the 8th UK No.1 for The Spice Girls – dance on.


Written by

Harriet Blackbury 



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