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July 22, 2019




In 70, ‘That Same Old Feeling’, reached No.5

for Pickettywitch, on Pye.

And in 86, ‘Friends Will Be Friends’,

peaked at No.14, for Queen, on EMI.


In 65, ‘If You Gotta Go Go Now’, climbed to No.2,

for Manfred Mann, on HMV.

And in 74, ‘Thanks For Saving My Life’, for Billy Paul,

on Philadelphia, reached No.33.


In 67, ‘Creeque Alley’, reached No.9,

for The Mamas & The Papas, on RCA.

And in 70, ‘Friends’, on Decca,

for Arrival – up to No.8, found the way.


In 81, ‘Keep On Loving You’, on Epic,

for REO Speedwagon, was a US No.1 & UK No.7.

And in 97, ‘Call The Man’, also on Epic,

gave Celine Dion, a UK No.11.


In 79, ‘After The Love Has Gone’, ┬áreached No.4,

for Earth Wind & Fire, on CBS.

And in 86, ‘Holding Back The Years’, on WEA,

gave Simply Red, a US No.1 & UK No.2 success.


In 73, ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’, peaked at No.6,

for Elton John, on DJM.

And in 91, ‘Shiny Happy People’, also made No.6,

on Warner Brothers, for REM.


In 87, ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’,

on Island, for U2 – a US No.1 & UK No 6.

And in 78, ‘Thank You For Being A Friend’, at No.42,

on Asylum, for Andrew Gold – ends this mix.



Written by Harriet Blackbury


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