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August 4, 2019




In 88, ‘Never’/’These Dreams’, on Capitol,

reached No.8, for Heart.

And in 04, ‘These Words’, on Phonogenic,

found Natasha Bedingfield, at No.1 in the chart.


In 71, The Velvelettes, on Tamla Motown,

made No.34, with¬†‘These Things Will Keep Me Loving You’.

And in 2000, ‘These Wooden Ideas’, on Food,

gave Idle Wild, a No 32.


In 99, ‘These Are The Times’, on Island Black Music,

gave Dru Hill, a Top 4 play.

And in 02, ‘Times Like These’, for The Foo Fighters,

peaked at No.12, on RCA.


In 66, ‘These Boots Are Made For Walking’, on Reprise,

gave Nancy Sinatra, a US & UK No.1.

And in 04, The Killers, on Lizard King,

peaked at No.18, with ‘All These Thing I’ve Done’.


In 94, The Proclaimers, on Chrysalis,

peaked at No.51, with ‘These Arms Of Mine’.

And in 06, ‘All These Things I Hate’, on Visible Noise,

gave Bullet for my Valentine, a No.29.


In 63, ‘Take These Chains From My Heart’, on HMV,

for Ray Charles, reached the Top 5.

And in 91, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’/’These Are The Days Of Our Life’,

on Parlophone, saw Queen at No.1 for 5 weeks, thrive.


In 03, ‘These Are The Days’, on J Records,

for O Town, peaked at No.36.

And in 96, ‘These Days’, on Mercury,

at No.7, for Bon Jovi,  ends this mix.



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