Recent Posts

Recent Comments





Contact Us

Useful Links

April 21, 2020





In 70, Stevie Wonder, on Tamla Motown,

had a No.6, with ‘Never Had A Dream Come True’.

And in 71, ‘Never Ending Song Of Love’, on Philips,

for The New Seekers, reached No.2.


In 80, ‘Never Knew Love Like This Before’,

on 20th Century, gave Stephanie Mills, a No.4

And in 2008, ‘Never Miss A Beat’, a Top 5,

for The Kaiser Chiefs, on B Unique/Polydor.


In 78, Andrew Gold, on Asylum,

had a Top 5, with ‘Never Let Her Slip Away’.

And in 95, ‘Never Forget’, was a No.1,

for Take That, on RCA.


In 87, ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’,

was a No.1, for Rick Astley, on RCA.

And in 88, ‘Never Trust A Stranger’,

made No.7, for Kim Wilde on MCA.


In 78, Black Sabbath, reached No.21,

on Vertigo, with ‘Never Say Die’.

And in 87, Bon Jovi, also peaked at No.21,

on Vertigo, with ‘Never Say Goodbye’.


In 81, Hi Gloss, shone at No.12,

on Epic, with ‘You’ll Never Know’.

And in 97, Tina Moore, peaked at No.7,

on Delirious, with ‘Never Gonna Let You Go’.


In 64, ‘You’ll Never Get To Heaven’, on Pye International,

for Dionne Warwick, made the Top 20.

And in 87, ”Never Can Say Goodbye’, on London,

for The Communards, a Top 4 entry.


In 74, ‘Never Turn Your Back On Mother Earth’,

on Island, gave Sparks, a No.13.

And in 83, ‘Never Too Much’, on Epic,

for Luther Vandross, also reached No.13.


In 95, ‘The Twelfth Of Never’, climbed to No.21,

for Elvis Presley, on RCA.

And in 09, Tinchy Stryder featuring Amelle Berrabah,

was at No.1, with ‘Never Leave You’, on Fourth & Broadway.


In 73, Shirley Bassey, on United Artists,

made No.8, with ‘Never Never Never’.

And in 97, All Saints, had a multiple, platinum, No.1,

on London, with ‘Never Ever’.




Post tags:

No Comments »

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.