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November 26, 2021



In 73, ‘Rising Sun’ on Polydor

for Medicine Head, peaked at No.11.

And in 02 , ‘A New Day Has Come’, on Epic,

saw Celine Dion, at No.7.


In 83, ‘Beat It’, on Epic,

gave Michael Jackson a US No.1 & UK Top 3.

And in 89, ‘A New Flame’, peaked at No.17,

for Simply Red on Wea.


In 77, Billy Paul, on Philadelphia International,

reached No.33, with ‘Only The Strong Survive’.

And in 82, ‘Love Potion No.9’, on MCA,

gave The Tygers Of Pan Tang,  a No.45


In 92, ‘Remedy’, on DEF American,

for Black Crowes made No.24.

And in 96, ‘Getting Better’, reached No.14,

for Shed Seven, on Polydor.


In 72, ‘Stay With Me’, on Regal Zonophone,

reached No.11 for Blue Mink.

And in 02, ‘New Dawn’, made No.51,

for The Prophets Of Sound, on INK.


In 74, ‘Slip And Slide’, reached No.22,

for Medicine Head, on Polydor.

And in 82, ‘Let’s Go To Bed’, on Fiction,

gave The Cure, a No.44.


In 74, Limmie & The Family Cooking, made No.6,

with ‘A Walkin’ Miracle’, on Avco.

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

for The Blackbyrds, a No.23 show.


In 86, ‘Infected’, took The The,

up to No.48, on Some Bizarre.

And in 88, ‘Stay On These Roads’, was a Top 5,

on Warner Brothers, for A-ha.


In 85, ‘Contagious’, on MCA,

took The Whispers to No.56.

And in 84, ‘New Moon On Monday’, on EMI,

a No.9, for Duran Duran, ends this mix.


written by

Harriet Blackbury



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