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July 19, 2019

 

 

 

In 78, ‘Jack & Jill’, on Arista,

for Raydio, reached No.11.

And in 88, ‘Jack The Ripper’, on Def Jam,

took LL Cool J, to No.37.

 

In 87, ‘Jack Mix 11′, 111′, & 1V’, ¬†for Mirage,

were all Top Tens, on Debut.

Also in 87, ‘Jack Your Body’, on DJ International,

gave Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, a No.1 view.

 

In 87, ‘Jack The Groove’, on Champion –

a first hit for Raze, claimed a Top.20.

And in 91, ‘Jacky’, on Some Bizarre,

gave Marc Almond, a No.17 entry.

 

In 68, ‘Jumping Jack Flash’, on Decca,

made sure The Rolling Stones, were No.1 bound.

And in 88, Hithouse, on Supreme, made No.14,

with ‘Jack To The Sound Of The Underground’.

 

In 87, Chic, on Atlantic,

reached No.19, with ‘Jack Le Freak’.

Also in 87, ‘The Jack That House Built’, on Oval,

for Jack N’ Chill, at No.6, did peak.

 

In 61, ‘Hit The Road Jack’ – a US No.1 & UK No.6,

for Ray Charles, on HMV.

And in 77, ‘Jack In The Box’, on All Platinum,

for Moments, – a No 7, was to be.

 

In 68, ‘My Name Is Jack’, on Fontana,

reached No.8, for Manfred Mann.

And in 82, John Cougar, on Wea,

reached No.25, with ‘Jack & Diane.’

 

 

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