UK Number One, from 1989, Black Box, and Ride On Time. One of my Top 100 songs.
From 1991, this is the Pasadena’s, and their British Hit single, I’m Doing Fine Now. It reached number 4, in early 1992, spending 10 weeks on the UK charts.
3 years ago, today, the World lost a unique talent. Prince, died, at his home, of an accidental overdose of the prescription drug Fentanyl, on April 21st, 2016. Here is one of his biggest hits, from 1984, “When Doves Cry”.
More Than A Feeling, by American band, Boston, was released in September, 1976. It only reached number 22, in the UK, but made it to number 4, on the Billboard Hot 100.
To celebrate the 45th birthday of former Spice Girl, Posh Spice, Victoria Beckham, here is the debut single, by the Spice Girls. Wannabe was released in July, 1996, in the UK, and went on to become the fastest selling debut single, of all time. It stayed at number one, for seven weeks. In the USA, […]
All The Young Dudes, released in 1972, was written by David Bowie, for Mott the Hoople. It reached number three in the UK, but only made number 37 in the USA. If you listen, you can hear David Bowie, singing backing vocals.
True was the biggest hit for London band, Spandau Ballet, in 1983. It stayed at number one, in the UK, for four weeks, in April, and May. It reached number four, on the Billboard Hot 100, in the Fall of 1983.
The title track, to the 1971 album, of the same name, American Pie, by Don McLean reached number one, for four weeks, in the USA, in 1972. In 1971 it reached number two, for three weeks in the UK. The main theme “The Day The Music Died” refers to the February 1959 plane crash, that […]