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December 15, 2018



In 72, ‘There Are More Questions Than Answers’

reached No.9 on CBS for Johnny Nash,

And in 79, gold selling ‘I Will Survive’, on Polydor,

for Gloria Gaynor made a US & UK No.1 dash.


In 92, ‘I Still Believe In You’, on EMI

gave Cliff Richard a UK No.7 entry.

and in 06, on Ten label, for French Production Duo –

Justice Versus Simian, was ‘We Are Your Friends’ at No.20.


In 64, ‘I Wouldn’t Trade You For The World’,

on Decca, for Irish Band -The Bachelors, made No.4,

and in 82, Phd on the Wea label, had success

when ‘I Won’t Let You Down’ had a Top 3 score. 


In 84, ‘Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now’)

on Virgin, a gold seller and US No.1 & UK No.2.

And in 07, ‘It’s Not Over Yet’ on the Rinse label,

for UK Group -The Klaxons, at No.13, rang true.


In 70, Dave Edmunds first UK entry – ‘I Hear You Knocking’,

on the MAM label – a No.1 for six weeks was to be.

And in 99, ‘It’s Not Right But It’s Okay’ on Arista,

for Whitney Houston, a gold seller and UK No.3.


In 77, ‘I Will’ on the Creole label

gave Ruby Winters a UK No.4 sound.

And in 88, Aswad on the Mango label

had a UK No.1 for two weeks with ‘Don’t Turn Around’


A UK No.8 on Stateside for Mama Cass,

‘It’s Getting Better’, came in 69,

And in 81, on Arista, for Barry Manilow was 

‘I Made It Through The Rain’ – a UK Top 40, so fine.


In 89, for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers,

‘I Won’t Back Down’ on MCA, a UK Top 30 pick.

Also in 89, ‘I Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet’

on PWL – A Top Ten for UK DJ’s – Pat & Mick.


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