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April 9, 2020





In 72, Hurricane Smith, on Columbia,

made the Top 4, with ‘Oh Babe What Would You Say’.

And in 86, ‘Oh, People’, reached No.26,

for Patti Labelle, on MCA.


In 65, ‘Oh No Not My Baby’, on HMV,

gave Manfred Mann, a No.11.

And in 06, ‘Oh! What A Girl’, on Simplyred.com,

for Simply Red, peaked at No.57.


In 71, ‘Oh You Pretty Thing’, reached No.12,

for Peter Noone, on Rak,

And in 83, ‘Oh Diane’, on Warner Brothers,

made No.9, for Fleetwood Mac.


In 81, ‘Oh No’, on Motown,

gave The Commodores, a No.44.

And in 03, Erasure peaked at No.13,

on Mute, with ‘Oh L’amour’.


In 80, Roxy Music, made the Top 5,

with ‘Oh Yeah (On The Radio)’, on Polydor.

And in 85, ‘Oh Loiuse’, on London,

gave Junior, a No.74.


In 59, Neil Sedaka, reached the Top 3,

with ‘Oh Carol’, on RCA.

And in 78, ‘Oh What A Circus’, on Mercury,

gave David Essex, a gold-selling, Top 3 play.


In 85, Change, peaked at No.56,

with ‘Oh What A Feeling’, on Cooltempo.

And in 93, Nirvana, climbed to No.12,

with ‘Oh The Guilt’, on Touch & Go’.


In 54, Eddie Fisher, had a US No.1 & UK No.9,

with ‘Oh My Papa’, on HMV.

And in 57, ‘Oh Boy’, on Coral,

gave The Crickets, a Top 3.


In 90, Paul Young, rose to No.25,

with ‘Oh Girl’, on CBS.

And in 96, ‘Oh Yeah’, on Infectious,

gave Ash, a No.6 success.


In 04, ‘Oh My God’, on B Unique,

gave The Kaiser Chiefs, a Top 6.

And in 06, ‘Oh Mandy’, on Radiate,

at No.54, for The Spinto Band, ends this mix.






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