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March 30, 2019



In 67, ‘When You’re Young And In Love’, on Tamla Motown,

for The Marvellettes, peaked at No.13.

And In 70, ‘When Julie Comes Around’, on RCA,

for Cuff Links, at No.10, seen.


In 71, ‘When You Get Right Down To It’, on CBS,

saw Ronnie Dyson at No.34.

And in 81, ‘When She Was My Girl’, on Casablanca,

gave The Four Tops, a Top 3, once more.


In 76, ‘When Forever Has Gone’, on Philips,

gave Demis Roussos, a Top 2 spot.

And in 99, ‘When We Are Together’, on Mercury,

gained Texas a No.12 slot.


In 87, ‘When Smokey Sings’ on Neutron,

reached No.11 for ABC.

And in 98, ‘When You’re Gone’, on A & M,

for Bryan Adams featuring Melanie C, made No.3.


In 71, ‘Something Old, Something New’, on Bell,

gave The Fantastics a No.9 score.

And in 2004, ‘When You Walk In The Room’, on Wea,

for Agnetha Faltskog reached No.34.


In 62, ‘When My Little Girl Is Smiling’

for Jimmy Justice, reached No.9, on Pye.

And in 84, Prince, on Warner Brothers,

had a US No.1 and UK No.4, with ‘When Doves Cry’.


In 06, ‘When The Sun Goes Down’ on Domino,

gave The Arctic Monkeys their second No.1.

And in 07, ‘When You Believe’, on Syco Music,

saw Leon Jackson, also at No.1


In 07, for Avril Lavigne, on RCA,

at No.3, was ‘When You’re Gone’.

And in 09, ‘When Love Takes Over’ on Positive,

for David Guetta featuring Kelly Rowland, made No.1.


In 95, ‘When I Call Your Name’, on Mercury,

for Mary Kiani, peaked at No.18.

And in 08, ‘Burning Up’/’When You Look Me In The Eyes’, 

on Polydor, for The Jonas Brothers, a Top 30, seen.


In 70, ‘When I’m Dead And Gone’, on Capitol,

saw McGuinness Flint at No.2.

And in 77, Leo Sayer, on Chrysalis,

had a gold selling US & UK No.1, with ‘When I Need You’.


In 90, ‘When The Night Comes’ on Capitol,

took Joe Cocker to No.61.

And in 06, for Eminem, on Interscope,

at No.4, was ‘When I’m Gone’.


In 68, ‘When The Sun Comes Shining Through’, on Pye,

for Long John Baldry, had the Top 30 won.

And in 99, ‘When You Say Nothing At All’, on Polydor,

for Ronan Keating – a gold seller and UK No.1


In 56, ‘When Mexico Gave Up The Rhumba’,

on Brunswick, for Mitchell Torok, at No.6.

And in 98, ‘When The Lights Go Out’. on RCA.

for Five, a Top 4, ending this mix.



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