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March 13, 2019



In 87, ‘Roadblock’, on Breakout,

gave Stock, Aitken & Waterman a No.13 view.

And in 98, ‘Travelling Man’ on Multiply,

made the Top 40 for Studio 2.


In 96, ‘The Day We Caught The Train’, on RCA,

made No.4 for Ocean Colour Scene.

And in 97 their ‘Travellers Tune’,

also on RCA – at No. 5 was seen.


In 73, ‘Drive-In Saturday’ on RCA,

gave David Bowie a Top 3.

And in 82, ‘Driving In My Car’, on the Stiff label,

for Madness, at No.4, was to be.


In 91, ‘Driven By You’ on Parlophone,

was at No.6 for Brian May.

And in 2001, ‘Eternity’/’The Road To Mandalay’, on Crysalis,

gave Robbie Williams his fourth solo No.1 stay.


In 87, ‘The Traveller’ on  10 Ten  label,

gave Spear Of Destiny a No.44 hit.

And in 95, ‘Driving With The Brakes On’,

for Delamitri, on A & M, at No.18, did sit.


In 61, ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh)’,

on RCA,  for The Tokens, reached No.11. 

And in 89, ‘Road To Your Soul’ on Mercury,

for All About Eve, peaked at No.37.


In 67, ‘I’m Coming Home’, on Decca,

for Sir Tom Jones, secured a No.2 fix.

And in 69, ‘Crosstown Traffic’, on Track, a Top 40,

for Jimi Hendrix Experience, ends this Homecoming mix.



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