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March 23, 2022



In 86, ‘Friends Will Be Friends’, on EMI,

peaked at No.14 for Queen.

And in 06, ‘Welcome To Wherever You Are’,

on Mercury, for Bon Jovi, made No.19.


In 78, ‘Come To Me’, on Creole,

gave Ruby Winters a No.11.

And in 88, ‘Come Into My Life’, on London,

took Joyce Sims up to No.7.


In 85, Simply Red, on Elektra,

rose to No.66 with ‘Come To My Aid’.

And in 87, Moonman was in the Top 60,

on Heat Recordings, with ‘Don’t Be Afraid’.


In 80, ‘Hello I Am Your Heart’, on Korova,

made the Top 50 for Bette Bright.

And in 04, ‘Come As You Are’, on Parlophone,

peaked at No.9 for Beverley Knight.


In 72, Vicky Leandros reached No.2,

on Philips, with ‘Come What May’.

And in 94, ‘Welcome To Paradise’, on Reprise,

was a Top 20 for Green Day.


In 65, ‘Come Tomorrow’, on HMV,

peaked at No.4 for Manfred Mann.

And in 05, ‘Welcome To My Life’, on Lava,

reached No.49 for Simple Plan.


In 73, ‘Welcome Home’, on Philips,

was a No.1 for Peters & Lee.

And in 75, ‘Walking In Rhythm’, on Fantasy,

took The Blackbyrds to No.23.


In 73, Alice Cooper, on Warner Brothers,

reached No.6 with Hello Hurray.

And in 94, ‘Come In Out Of The Rain’, made No.8,

for Wendy Moten, on EMI – USA.


In 65, ‘Walk Hand In Hand’, on Columbia,

gave Gerry & The Pacemakers a No.29.

And in 89, The Travelling Wilburys, made No.52,

on Wilbury label, with ‘End Of The Line’.


In 63, ‘Welcome To My World’, on RCA,

gave Jim Reeves a No.6.

And in 65, ‘Come And Stay With Me’, on Decca,

for Marianne Faithfull, a Top 4, ending this mix.


written by

Harriet Blackbury.


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