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November 2, 2018

 

 

Barry Pincas, known as Barry Manilow

in 75, gave us ‘Mandy’ on the Arista label.

Reginald Dwight, known as Elton John

in 73, with ‘Daniel’, brought a Top 5 to the table.

 

Marie Lawrie, known as Lulu

arrived at No.7 in 64 with ‘Shout’.

Priscilla White, known as Cilla Black

in 66, asked ‘Alfie’ what it was all about?¬†

 

Harry Webb, known as Cliff Richard

in 80, with ‘Carrie’, reached No.4.

Michael Barratt, known as Shakin Stevens

in 82, with ‘Oh Julie’, gained a No. 1 score.

 

Norman Smith, known as Hurricane Smith

in 71, with ‘Don’t Let It Die’, made a UK No.2.

Mary O’Brien, known as Dusty Springfield

in 63, sang ‘I Only Want To Be With You’.

 

Diane Earle, known as Diana Ross

in 71, reached No.7 with ‘Remember Me’.

Johann Holzel, known as Falco

in 86, saw ‘Rock Me Amadeus’ at the top of the tree.

 

James Newell Osterberg, known as Iggy Pop

in 98, took ‘The Passenger’ to No.22.

Hugh Cregg, known as Huey Lewis,

with The News, in 86, sang ‘Stuck On You’.

 

Michael Penniman, known as Mika

in 07, found ‘Grace Kelly’ at No.1.

Gerard Sayer, known as Leo Sayer

in 73, demanded ‘The Show Must Go On’.

 

Paul Williams, known as Billy Paul

gave us ‘Me And Mrs Jones’ in 73.

Dave Grundy, known as Dave Berry

in 63, on Decca, gave us ‘Memphis Tennessee’.

 

Clive Powell, known as Georgie Fame

had No.1’s with ‘Yeh Yeh’ and ‘The Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde’.

Yvette Stevens, known as Chaka Khan

in 84, gave ‘I Feel For You’ -a gold selling, a No.1 ride.

 

Leonard Borisoff, known as Len Barry

in 65, on Brunswick, had a hit with 1-2-3.

Terence Nelhams-Wright, known as Adam Faith

in 60, had his second No.1 – ‘Poor Me’.

 

Rosemary Brown, known as Dana

in 70, took ‘All Kinds Of Everything’ to No.1,

and in 75, with ‘It’s Gonna Be A Cold Cold Christmas,

 this Irish singer had every heart won.

 

 

 

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