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October 6, 2019



In 68, ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’,

on Regal Zonophone, gave Joe Cocker, a No.1 pitch.

And in 70, ‘Baby I Won’t Let You Down’, on Pye,

reached No.27, for Pickety Witch.


In 70, ‘Friends’, on Decca,

for Arrival, entered the No.8 door.

And in 71, ‘You’ve Got A Friend’, on Warner Brothers,

gave James Taylor, a US. No.1 and UK No.4


In 72, ‘You’ll Always Be A Friend’, made No.23,

for Hot Chocolate, on Rak.

And in 86, ‘Friends Will Be Friends’, on EMI,

for Queen – a Top 14  single chart track.


In 78, ‘Every Kinda People’ – a No.53, for Robert Palmer,

and in 92 – the remix, also on Island, peaked at No.43.

And in 2000, ‘I Turn To You’, on Virgin label,

was a No.1, for Melanie C.


In 97, ‘Heartbeat’/’A Friend’, made No.66,

for KRS One, on Jive.

And in 01, ‘From A Lover To A Friend’,

for Paul McCartney, on Parlophone, peaked at No.45.


In 86, ‘Sledgehammer’, on Virgin,

for Peter Gabriel, a US No.1 & UK No.4.

And in 90, ‘Trust’, on Parlophone,

gave Brother Beyond, a No.53 score.


In 70, ‘United We Stand’, on Deram,

became a Top 10, for The Brotherhood Of Man’.

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

saw The Jackson 5, with another No.1 in the can.


In 84, ‘Together In Electric Dreams’, on Virgin,

gave Giorgio Moroder & Phil Oakey, a Top 3.

And in 99, ‘Best Friend’, reached No.23,

for Mark Morrison & Connie Reeves, on Wea.


In 88, ‘For A Friend’, on London,

gave The Communards, a No.28 deal.

And in 94, ‘I’ll Stand By You’ – in the Top 10,

for The Pretenders, on Real.


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