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May 24, 2019



In 76, Marmalade, on Target, flew up to No.9,

with ‘Falling Apart At The Seams.’

And in 03, ‘Let The Sunshine In’, on Data, for German Duo-

Milk & Sugar featuring Lizzie Pattinson, made No.18 dreams.


In 69, ‘Frozen Orange Juice’, on United Artists,

gave Peter Sarstedt a cool Top 10.

And ‘Bat Out Of Hell’, for Meat Loaf, on Epic,

at No.15 in 79, and at No.8 in 93, a hit again.


In 79, ‘Reunited’, on Polydor,

for Peaches & Herb, a UK No.4 and US No.1 dish.

And in 92, ‘Something In The Air’, also on Polydor,

reached No.51, for Fish.


In 07, ‘Salmon Dance’, on Virgin,

for The Chemical Brothers, hooked the No.27 line.

And in 91, ‘Chocolate Cake’, on Capitol,

for Crowded House, entered the charts at No.69.


In 69, ‘The Onion Song’, on Tamla Motown –

a UK No.9, for Marvin Gaye  & Tammi Terrell.

And in 93, ‘Three  Little Pigs’,  on Zoo label,

for Green Jelly – a Top 5, easy sell.


In 90, ‘Cherry Pie’, on CBS,

for Warrant, a Top 60, at No.59.

And in 91, this time on Columbia,

‘Cherry Pie’, for Warrant, at No.35, again tasted fine.


In 90, ‘Taste The Pain’, on EMI – USA,

for The Red Hot Chili Peppers, up to No.29, took flight.

And in 98, ‘On My Own’, on Mute,

gave Peach, a No.69 bite.


In 64, ‘Bread And Butter’, on Hickory,

peaked at No.15, for The Newbeats.

And in 97, ‘Kaleidoscope Skies, on Epic,

at No.48, for Jam & Spoon – completes these treats.



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