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September 23, 2019



In 78, ‘Ally’s Tartan Army’,

for Andy Cameron, peaked at No.6.

And in 03, ‘Hey Ma’, on Roc-A-Fella,

gave Cam’ron, featuring Juelz Santana, a No.8 fix.


In 71, ‘Reason To Believe’/’Maggie May’, on Mercury,

for Rod Stewart – a US & UK No.1, was to be.

And in 93, ‘Resurrection’, on Parlophone,

took Brian May, with Cozy Powell, up to No.23.


In 72, ‘John I’m Only Dancing’, peaked at No.12,

for David Bowie, on RCA.

And in 84, ‘Major Tom (Coming Home)’, on PSP/WEA,

gave Peter Schilling, a No.42 play.


In 84, ‘Thank God It’s Christmas’, on EMI,

for Queen, had a No.21 say.

And in 92, ‘The Majesty Of Rock’, was at No.61,

for Spinal Tap, on RCA.


In 90, ‘Until You Come Back (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)’,

gave Miki Howard, a No.67, on East West.

And in 04, ‘Build Me Up Buttercup 2003’, on Liberty,

a No.44, for Party Boys, at their best.


In 95, ‘Have Fun, Go Mad, on Mercury,

saw Blair, peak at No.37.

And in 97, ‘Get Me Home’, on Def Jam,

took Foxy Brown, featuring Blackstreet, to No.11.


In 93, ‘Rushing’, on A & M,

found Loni Clark, in the No.37 lane.

And also in 93, ‘Shamrocks and Shenigans’/’Who’s The Man’,

on Ruffness, peaked at No.23, for House Of Pain.


In 68, Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon, on Direction,

had a Top 4, with ‘Breakin’ Down The Walls Of Heartache.

And in 77, ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’, on Philadelphia International, gave

Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes ftrg Theodore Pendergrass – a Top 5 stake.



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