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August 6, 2019




In 54, ‘Mr Sandman’, on Columbia,

for The Chordettes – a US No.1 & UK No.11.

And in 61, ‘Mr Guitar’, on Top Rank,

for Bert Weedon, reached No.47.


In 65, ‘Mr Tambourine Man’, gave The Byrds,

a US & UK No.1, on CBS.

And in 04, ‘Mr Brightside’, on Lizard King,

for The Killers, was a Top 10 success.


In 85, ‘Mr Telephone Man’, climbed to No.19,

for New Edition, on MCA.

And in 92, ‘Mr Loverman’, on Epic,

gave Shabba Ranks, a Top 3 play.


In 93, ‘Mr Vain’, on Epic – a gold-seller,

saw Culture Beat, up to No.1, soar.

And in 96, ‘Mr Friday Night’, on Go! Beat,

for Lisa Moorish, peaked at No.24.


In 78, ‘Electric Light Orchestra, reached No.6,

on Jet, with ‘Mr Blue Sky’.

And in 88, ‘Mr Lee’. gave Diana Ross,

a No 58, on EMI.


In 57, ‘Mr Wonderful’, on Brunswick –

a Top 5, for Peggy Lee.

And in 87, ‘Mr Sleaze’, on London,

for Stock Aitken Waterman, peaked at No.3.


In 68, The Spencer Davis Group, on United Artists,

took ‘Mr Second Class’, to No.35.

And in 74, ‘Mr Soft’, on EMI,

for Cockney Rebel, at No.8, did arrive.


In 63, ‘Mr Bass Man’, on London, made No.24, 

for Johnny Cymbal – his only UK hit.

And in 97, Rootjoose, on Rage,

peaked at No.54, with ‘Mr Fixit’.


In 58, ‘Mr Success’, on Capitol,

for Frank Sinatra, up to No.25, rose.

And in 94, ‘Mr Jones’, on Geffen,

peaked at No.28, for Counting Crows.


In 66, Keith Relf, on Columbia,

had a Top 50, with ‘Mr Zero’.

And in 2000, ‘Mr E’s Beautiful Blues’, on Dream Works,

found The Eels, with a No.11, ending this ‘Mr’ mix show.



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