Do you know what the No.1 song in Australia was the day you were born? I have managed to calculate all of the No.1 singles in Australia from January 1940 thru to today, so that a consistent timeline has been constructed. The current No.1 of "Beautiful Girls" is the 925th, although Delta's recent chart-topper was the 926th. Most of this only came about in recent years thanks to David Kent releasing his chart book for the 1940-1969 period. So if you'd like to know what the No.1 was the day you were born, just put your entire birthday (date/month/year) down and I'll let you know. Regards, Gavin Ryan OzChartMaster
David Kent used the same formula's that he has used ever since her fine tuned the charts in the late 70's. Charts were compiled from all radio stations information from the late 50 thru until the end of the 1960's, plus were weighted for population via census information for each state, so that way percentage of the states population were relevant to what songs were charting in those states. So NSW would have the highest points, followed by Victoria, Queensland, SA, WA then Tasmania. I have done some similar calculations for 1964 and 1965, and they came out about the same, so it seems to be fairly correct for what David has done. Regards, Gavin Ryan
Liam, I do have charts going back to 1950 for Sydney, 1956 for Melbourne, and most other states from there onwards. If you don't like the national No.1, I can always break it down state-by-state if you want. Sometimes people like to know what there birthday song was in their home-town. So what's your home city/state and birthdate, and I'll possibly be able to give you alternatives. Regards, Gavin Ryan.
Jessica; Top 5 were 1 - Umbrella - Rihanna (debut) 2 - Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne 3 - Candyman - Christina Aguilera 4 - Glamorous - Fergie 5 - Never Again - Kelly Clarkson (debut) I hope that the child born on this date was a female, as this is one of the few times that you'll ever find the Top 5 full of females.
I just discovered what the #1 song was on my birthday - it was "Under the Bridge" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. That's good, cos I like that song And the #1 album was "Adrenalize" by Def Leppard... hm... don't know about that one.
Hey bulion, thanks heaps for that! I think i'm one of those rare breeds where an Australian No.1 in which one is born under is by an Aussie comedy act. I know Chris Franklin's 'Bloke' is also an Australian No.1. I wonder if there are any others?
The only other comedy act to hit No. 1 on the Australian singles charts was THE 12th MAN in 1984 with "It's Just Not Cricket" and in 1992 with "Marvellous!"
Other notable Aussie 'comedy' acts:
* KYLIE MOLE "So Excellent" / "I Go, I Go" (#8: 1988) * CON THE FRUITERER "A Cuppla Days" (#48: 1988) * NORMAN GUNSTON & EFFIE "Amigos Para Siempre" (#26: 1992) * ANDREW DENTON & THE CAST OF LIVE & SWEATY "I Don't Care As Long As We Beat New Zealand" (#38: 1992) * PAULINE PANTSDOWN "I Don't Like It" (#10: 1998) * JOHN SAFRAN (sort of) "Not The Suncreen Song" (#20: 1998) * LITTLE JOHNNY "I'm Sorry!" (1999) * ADAM HILLS "Working Class Anthem" (2003) ** plus anything by TISM !!!!
Hard to believe that since the charts began, that we now have 930 #1 songs here in Oz (The latest being Timbaland and OneRepublic's 'Apologise'). It just shows how us Aussie's love our diverse range of music that spans a few decades so far!
I'd be very curious to know as to which lucky song will be the 1000th #1 song in Australia! I do hope it's not an annoying novelty song!
I guess we should see 70 #1 songs later (Should be around late 2009 / early 2010 at this rate). It should be interesting.
On the subject of how long before No.1000. Here is the amount of No.1's per year since the start of the decade. 2000 - 20 No.1's 2001 - 16 2002 - 18 2003 - 18 2004 - 26 2005 - 22 2006 - 13 2007 - 14 So based on the slowing down of the charts and longer No.1 singles, and at an average of 15 to 16 No.1's per year, we should 1000 around 4 1/2 years. So if the charts still exist in 2012, we can cross our 1000th line. The UK managed theirs in the early part of this decade, and their charts have only been running since 1952 The current 930 are based on charts since 1940, so we are much slower at the turn-over of chart-toppers here in Oz.
Kent Music Report-dated 20-Nov-1978 1 (1) - Three Times a Lady - The Commodores 2 (3) - I Was Made for Lovin' You - Kiss 3 (5) - Rasputin - Boney M 4 (2) - Dreadlock Holiday - 10CC 5 (4) - Black is Black - LaBelle 6 (9) - Summer Nights - Olivia Newton-John & John Travolta 7 (6) - Dancing in the City - Marshall, Hain 8 (13)- Kiss You All Over - Exile 9 (15)- You Needed Me - Anne Murray 10 (8)- Oh Carol - Smokie
4 July 1961: 1 (3) - Travelin Man / Hello Mary Lou - Rick Nelson 2 (1) - A Scottish Soldier - Andy Stewart 3 (2) - Runaway - Del Shannon 4 (7) - Little Devil - Neil Sedaka 5 (5) - Running Scared - Roy Orbison 6 (8) - I've Told Every Little Star - Linda Scott 7 (4) - Theme from Exodus - Ferrante & Teicher 8 (9) - Breaking in a Brand New Broken Heart - Connie Francis 9 (6) - Flaming Star - Elvis Presley 10 (17) - Baby Face - Bobby Vee
BB: Charts were monthly in the 1940's, so here's the Top 10 for February 1946: 1 (Ne) - Rum and Coca Cola - Andrews Sisters 2 (2) - Like Someone in Love - Bing Crosby 3 (14) - Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive - Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters 4 (3) - Saturday Night - Frank Sinatra 5 (3) - Just a Prayer Away - Bing Crosby 6 (7) - Sleight Ride in July - Bing Crosby 7 (Ne) - One Meat Ball - Andrews Sisters 8 (1) - My Dreams are Getting Better all the Time - Les Brown 9 (12) - Dream - Frank Sinatra 10 (13) - Laura - Dick Haymes
6th-Feb-1984 1 (1) - Original Sin - INXS 2 (5) - Come Said the Boy - Mondo Rock 3 (3) - Islands in the Stream - Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers 4 (4) - Love is a Battlefield - Pat Benatar 5 (6) - Thriller - Michael Jackson 6 (2) - All Night Long (All Night) - Lionel Richie 7 (9) - Why Me? - Irene Cara 8 (7) - Listening - Pseudo Echo 9 (11)- Cum on Feel the Noize - Quiet Riot 10 (8)- In a Big Country - Big Country
22-April-1989 (taken from this website ya slacker) 1 (2) Madonna Like A Prayer 2 (1) Fine Young Cannibals She Drives Me Crazy 3 (5) The Proclaimers I'm On My Way 4 (3) Mike & The Mechanics The Living Years 5 (4) The Proclaimers I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) 6 (6) Ian Moss Tucker's Daughter 7 (7) Jason Donovan Too Many Broken Hearts 8 (10) Sam Brown Stop! 9 (8) Roy Orbison You Got It 10 (9) Johnny Diesel & The Injectors Soul Revival
It's rare that the new chart of the week actually falls on my birthday, and it's even rarer for an act that I truly love to have the No.1 single in Australia, but both have happened this year, so I thought I'd indulge myself for one, and put all of my birth-day songs here (so then you'll know how old I am too)... 1970 - Let it Be - The Beatles 1971 - Rose Garden - Lynn Anderson 1972 - Without You - Nilsson 1973 - Top of the World - The Carpenters 1974 - Seasons in the Sun - Terry Jacks 1975 - The Newcastle Song - Bob Hudson 1976 - Fernando - Abba 1977 - Don't Give Up on Us - David Soul 1978 - Stayin' Alive - Bee Gees 1979 - Heart of Glass - Blondie 1980 - I Got You - Split Enz 1981 - 9 to 5 (Morning Train) - Sheena Easton 1982 - What About Me - Moving Pictures 1983 - Billie Jean - Michael Jackson 1984 - 99 Luftballoons - Nena 1985 - We Are the World - USA for Africa 1986 - Chain Reaction - Diana Ross 1987 - Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room) - Paul Lekakis 1988 - Get Outta My Dreams, Get into My Car - Billy Ocean 1989 - She Drives Me Crazy - Fine Young Cannibals 1990 - Opposites Attract - Paula Abdul 1991 - Joyride - Roxette 1992 - Under the Bridge - Red Hot Chili Peppers 1993 - Are You Gonna Go My Way - Lenny Kravitz 1994 - The Sign - Ace of Base 1995 - Here's Johnny - Hocus Pocus 1996 - How Bizarre - OMC 1997 - Truly, Madly, Deeply - Savage Garden 1998 - Never Ever - All Saints 1999 - No Scrubs - TLC 2000 - Say My Name - Destiny's Child 2001 - Me, Myslef and I - Scandal'us 2002 - Hey Baby - DJ Otzi 2003 - In da Club - 50 Cent 2004 - F**k it (I Don'y Want You Back) - Eamon 2005 - Beautiful Soul - Jesse McCartney 2006 - SOS - Rihanna 2007 - Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne 2008 - 4 Minutes - Madonna feat Justin Timberlake
May 1944 1 - Sunday, Monday or Always - Frank Sinatra 2 - With All My Heart - Vera Lynn 3 - All or Nothing at All - Frank Sinatra 4 - What's the Good Word, Mr Bluebird - Victor Silvestri 5 - You'll Never Know - Vera Lynn 6 - Street of Dreams - Ink Spots 7 - If You Please - Frank Sinatra 8 - I've Heard That Song Before - Vera Lynn 9 - We Mustn't Say Goodbye - George Travare 10 - Close to You - Frank Sinatra
Jan 1954 1 - Pretend - Nat King Cole 2 - P.S. I Love You - The Hilltoppers 3 - A Dear John Letter - Jean Shepherd 4 - Crying in the Chapel - Rex Allen 5 - You, You, You - Ames Brothers 6 - Dragnet Theme - Ray Anthony 7 - I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas - Gayla Peevey 8 - Istanbul - Four Lads 9 - I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus - Jimmy Boyd 10 - Anna - Sylvana Mangano
May 1962 1 - Good Luck Charm - Elvis Presley 2 - Dream Baby - Roy Orbison 3 - I've Been Everywhere - Lucky Starr 4 - Wonderful Land - The Shadows 5 - Stranger on the Shore - Mr Acker Bilk 6 - Moon River - Henry Mancini 7 - Chip Chip - Gene McDaniels 8 - Multiplication - Bobby Darin 9 - Midnight in Moscow - Kenny Ball 10 - Wimoweh - Karl Denver
Jan 1972 1 - Imagine - John Lennon 2 - Day By Day - Colleen Hewett 3 - Cherish - David Cassidy 4 - Desiderata - Les Crane 5 - Peace Train - Cat Stevens 6 - Gypsys, Tramps and Thieves - Cher 7 - Maggie May - Rod Stewart 8 - Brand New Key - Melanie 9 - Ernie - Benny Hill 10 - Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey - Paul McCartney
Beanster Bear, here is your request for 19th September 1961:
1 - I'm Gonna Knock on Your Door - Eddie Hodges 2 - Michael - The Highwaymen 3 - Together - Connie Francis 4 - I'm Counting on You - Johnny O'Keefe 5 - Smoky Mokes - The Joy Boys 6 * His Latest Flame / Little Sister - Elvis Presley 7 - Donald, Where's Your Troosers? - Andy Stewart 8 - Yellow Bird - Arthur Lyman Group 9 - Dum Dum - Brenda Lee 10 - The Battles O'er (Soldier Laddie) - Andy Stewart
1 - Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley 2 - Too Much Ain't Enough Love - Jimmy Barnes 3 - Faith - George Michael 4 - Hold me Now - Johnny Logan 5 - Run to Paradise - Choirboys 6 - Got My Mind Set on You - George Harrison 7 - Need You Tonight - INXS 8 - Electric Blue - Icehouse 9 - The Way You Make Me Feel - Michael Jackson 10 - Mony Mony - Billy Idol
In Australia at a birthday celebration I heard people sing not just H.B. but also a ditty that went something like "Twenty-one again, twenty-one again" and then something about "...the key to the house...". They said it can be sung to anyone of any age. Do you have the lyrics, at least the first verse or so? Thanks MQ, CO, USA
MQ; I don't know the song you're trying to explain, but others might. You could also go to a lyrics website (of which there are plenty) and type in your lines that you know there, and see what turns up.
It's not often we get a USA resident on this site, so thanks for taking the time to seek us out.
Every Saturday I am now appearing on 3AW in Melbourne with Dennis Walter, between 5 and 6pm. We do a segment where people can ring up and find out there birthday song, and we'll play it, as I've managed to get every No.1 single from January 1940 through to today.
I am also letting people know about this website, so if they don't get their birthday song answered, they can come here.
You might remember "The Happy Wanderer" song as it's used in a yogurt commercial, the one with a mountain-goat in it, at the end they throw a stick over the ledge, and it jumps after it. Well that's the song they use for that commercial.
Could you please let me know the top of the Aussie charts on: 7 Feb 1959 8 Aug 1929 22 Apr 1960 15 Jan 1991 29 Oct 1989 Loved you segment on 3AW - amazed how many songs I know every word to even before I was born. The old trannie must have worked. Thanks again!
Because i'm in Sydney, i can't be able to hear your segment at 3AW down in Melbourne, perhaps if you guys have any podcasts so that I can have a listen to how great your show is?!? That would be awesome!
And it's always great to know that you're definitely a music maestro who knows everything about the Australian charts in, out and everything in between!
27-Apr-49 - Rambling Rose - Perry Como 09-May-54 - Oh My Papa - Eddie Fisher 11-Feb-81 - (Just Like) Starting Over - John Lennon 30-Dec-85 - Species Deceases (EP) - Midnight Oil 14-Aug-85 - Crazy for You - Madonna
Could you please tell me the number 1 songs for: 27th November 1964 ( husband) 22nd November 1989 ( Daughter) 16th Feb 1987 ( Daughter) 10th March 1993 ( Son) 22nd Jan 1958 9 Myself) 15th Jan 1959 ( My Brother) Thank you, and i enjoy tuning into our show on my way home from work.
Could you please tell me the number 1 songs for: 27th November 1964 ( husband) 22nd November 1989 ( Daughter) 16th Feb 1987 ( Daughter) 10th March 1993 ( Son) 22nd Jan 1958 ( Myself) 15th Jan 1959 (My Brother) Thank you, and i enjoy tuning into our show on my way home from work.
27th November 1964 ( husband) - Ain't That Lovin' You Baby - Elvis Presley 22nd November 1989 ( Daughter) - If I Could Turn Back Time - Cher 16th Feb 1987 ( Daughter) - You Keep Me Hangin On - Kim Wilde 10th March 1993 ( Son) - You Don't Treat Me No Good - Sonia Dada 22nd Jan 1958 9 Myself) - Diana - Paul Anka 15th Jan 1959 ( My Brother) - Tom Dooley - Kingston Trio
6/10/58 myself - Bird Dog - Everly Brothers 21/11/59 wife - Oh Yeah Uh Huh - Col Joye & The Joy Boys 2/4/85 daughter - I Should Have Known Better - Jim Diamond 4/12/78 daughter - Rasputin - Boney M 7/1/81 son - Shaddup You Face - Joe Dolce
I have a friend of mine who had a child about three years ago, and has been buying the No.1 single every week since then, and plans to give them all to his daughter when she turns 21 (if CD Singles last that lost though).
30-Jun-53 - Til I Waltz Again with You - Teresa Brewer (Me) 06-Mar-56 - 16 Tons - Tennessee Ernie Ford (wife) 05-July-88 - Got to Be Certain - Kylie Minogue (son) 20-May-91 - The Horses - Daryl Braithwaite (daughter)
17-Apr-1943 - I Don't Want to Walk Without You - Bing Crosby 28-Oct-1944 - Pistol Packin' Mama - Bing Crosby & Andrews Sisters 03-Apr-1965 - Rock & Roll Music - The Beatles 24-Jun-1966 - Pain it Black - The Rolling Stones 06-Nov-1970 - Lookin' Out My Back Door - Creedence Clearwater Revival.
thanks bulion.this is real hard one. it's not jerry lee lewis,i have the song on old cassete,the singer talks troughtout the song start to finish,here some lyrics from the song[put the blossom close to baby kneel with me my love and pray we must leave the baby we burried say goodbye to her today it is sad to leave our baby and to think that we're not able at her head to place a stone we have been too poor to do it but my darling never mind god is in the gracious heaven he will bless this spot with beauty he will make the grasses grow many winds will love our baby many songs will come and go here the blue eyed spring will linger
Sam, Henry Kendall wrote a poem in the 1800s called Araluen.
The poem has the same lyrics as your song – maybe that will help find the name of the song:
Take this rose, and very gently place it on the tender, deep Mosses where our little darling, Araluen, lies asleep. Put the blossom close to baby -- kneel with me, my love, and pray; We must leave the bird we've buried -- say good-bye to her to-day; In the shadow of our trouble we must go to other lands, And the flowers we have fostered will be left to other hands. Other eyes will watch them growing -- other feet will softly tread Where two hearts are nearly breaking, where so many tears are shed. Bitter is the world we live in: life and love are mixed with pain; We will never see these daisies -- never water them again. . . . . . Here the blue-eyed Spring will linger, here the shining month will stay, Like a friend, by Araluen, when we two are far away; But, beyond the wild, wide waters, we will tread another shore -- We will never watch this blossom, never see it any more.
Girl, whose hand at God's high altar in the dear, dead year I pressed, Lean your stricken head upon me -- this is still your lover's breast! She who sleeps was first and sweetest -- none we have to take her place! Empty is the little cradle -- absent is the little face. Other children may be given; but this rose beyond recall, But this garland of your girlhood, will be dearest of them all. None will ever, Araluen, nestle where you used to be, In my heart of hearts, you darling, when the world was new to me; We were young when you were with us, life and love were happy things To your father and your mother ere the angels gave you wings.
You that sit and sob beside me -- you, upon whose golden head Many rains of many sorrows have from day to day been shed; Who, because your love was noble, faced with me the lot austere Ever pressing with its hardship on the man of letters here -- Let me feel that you are near me, lay your hand within mine own; You are all I have to live for, now that we are left alone. Three there were, but one has vanished. Sins of mine have made you weep; But forgive your baby's father now that baby is asleep. Let us go, for night is falling, leave the darling with her flowers; Other hands will come and tend them -- other friends in other hours.
so far had no luck with [araluen track]been thru the normal channels, sounds like the title is araluen it gets mentioned a few times on cassete we will keep trying ,thank you so much bulion for your great help.
Could you please provide the No. 1 song for the following birthdays:
06-May-1948 - Chi-Baba Chi-Baba - Perry Como 18-Nov-1948 - I'm Looking Over a 4 Leaf Clover - Art Mooney 28-Aug-1951 - My Heart Cries for You - Guy Mitchell 03-Mar-1953 - Because You're Mine - Mario Lanza 11-Jan-1974 - Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress) - Helen Reddy 12-May-1976 - Fernando - Abba
2008 - 4 Minutes - Madonna 2007 - Gilfriend - Avril Lavigne 2006 - SOS - Rihanna 2005 - Signs - Snoop Dogg 2004 - D12 - My Band 2003 - 50 Cent - In Da Club 2002 - Eminem - Lose Yourelf 2001 - Scandal’Us - Me, Myself & I 2000 - Destiny’s Child - Say My Name
bullion if u could find out the #1 song on May 14, 1986 that would be great.
16/03/1959 - Smoke Gets in Your Eyes - The Platters 16/03/1980 - Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen 08/02/1955 - Hold My Hand - Nat 'King' Cole 08/02/1976 - Jump in My Car - Ted Mulry Gang 12/07/1958 - Twilight Time - The Platters 12/07/1979 - Pop Muzik - M 18/03/1986 - When the Going Gets Tough - Billy Ocean 18/03/2007 - Straight Lines - Silverchair
It's my birthday today and the Number 1 song in Australia when I was born was Seasons in the Sun by Terry Jacks ... sounds like my conception song ... we had joy, we had fun we had seasons in the sun ... or maybe not ....
29-07-1995 Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me - U2 13-02-1991 I Touch Myself - Divinyls (10-Feb) or I've Been Thinking About You - Londonbeat (17-Feb) 07-10-1990 Blaze of Glory - Jon Bon Jovi 26-05-1990 Vogue - Madonna 13-05-1990 Vogue - Madonna 24-10-1986 Venus - Bananarama 10-04-1966 These Boots are made for Walkin' - Nancy Sinatra 13-03-1963 Hey Paula- Paul & Paula
#1 each year of this decade on my birthday according to the United World Charts (my fav charts):
2000 Maria Maria - Santana ft The Product G&B 2001 All for You - Janet Jackson 2002 Whenever Wherever - Shakira 2003 American Life - Madonna 2004 Yeah! - Usher ft Lil Jon & Ludacris 2005 Candy Shop - 50 Cent ft Olivia 2006 SOS (Rescue Me) - Rihanna 2007 Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne 2008 4 Minutes - Madonna ft JT & Timbaland 2009 Poker Face - Lady GaGa
3 sept 1965 Help! - The Beatles 14 nov 1968 Hey Jude - The Beatles 23 May 1987 Slice of Heaven - Dave Dobbyn 3 Aug 1988 Age of Reason - John Farnham 30 April 1994 The Sign - Ace of Base 15 Aug 2000 I'm Outta Love - Anastacia
5-5-1979, Lay Your Love on me - Racey 06-12-1977, You're in My Heart - Rod Stewart 19-1-1980, Don't Stop 'til You Get Enough - Michael Jackson 09-11-1987, La Bamba - Los Lobos 2-8-1998, Age of Reason - John Farnham 13-10-2004, She Will Be Loved - Maroon 5
1999: ...Baby One More Time 1998: My Heart Will Go On 1997: Don't Speak 1996: One Of Us 1995: Another Night 1994: It's Alright 1993: You Don't Treat Me No Good 1992: Saltwater 1991: I've Been Thinking About You 1990: Nothing Compares 2 U
1 - "A" You're Adorable - Perry Como 2 - Forever and Ever - Perry Como 3 - I Don't See Me in Your Eyes Anymore - Perry Como 4 - Red Roses for a Blue Day - Vaughn Monroe 5 - Lavender Blue - Dinah Shore 6 - Underneath the Linden Tree - Andrews Sisters 7 - The Four Winds and the Seven Seas - Bing Crosby 8 - Careless Hands - Mel Torme 9 - Room Full of Roses - Sammy Kaye 10 - Baby it's Cold Outside - Ella Fitzgerald
6/4/89 - She Drives Me Crazy - Fine Young Cannibals 20/4/84 - 99 Luftbaloons - Nena 9/3/87 - I Wanna Wake Up With You - Boris Gardiner 19/11/65 - Que Sera Sera / Shakin' All Over - Normie Rowe 16/1/45 - Lili Marlene (Lili of the Lamp) - Geraldo.
hi bulion, My DOB 16/10/1969.Could you please tell me my song. Saw you at Bendigo Bank a couple of weeks ago,you were talking with a staff member.I waited a while for you but I had to go.I did overhear you mention you are on 3AW so I listened in and enjoyed .your show a lot, congratulations.Thanks, regards.
Hi Gavin Thanks for the book on Adelaide charts, but did you miss the publication of the 5KA Top 50 charts 1963 - 1965 in a local magazine. They are not listed in your book, after the list of number 1s, 5KA 1959 -1960, and others are, etc. , but not the above. I live here in Adelaide.
Thanks again for that, Bulion. I find it strange how in old Xmas charts, there are several Xmas-themed songs near the top, but these days, that doesn't happen anymore? Maybe people have run out of imagination for good Xmassy songs.
I only just saw your post now, I didn't know the US had been recording sales since 1890! I've always thought they started around the 30's there, and I'd think it'd be hard to compile past charts if sales weren't even recorded then! Would I be able to see the oldest top 10 you have please?
1. Seasons in the Sun - Terry Jacks 2. She (Did'nt remember my name) - Osmosis 3. My coo ca choo - Alvin Stardust 4. The air that I breathe - The Hollies 5. The lord's prayer - Sister Janet Mead (go Sister Janet) 6. You won't find another fool like me - The New Seekers 7. Ships in the night - Vicki Lawrence 8. Daytona Demon - Suzi Quatro 9. Love's theme - Love Unlimited Orchestra 10. Farewell Aunty Jack - Grahame Bond
Top 10 1st July 1985 (w/e 30/6/85) 1(2) ANGEL / INTO THE GROOVE Madonna 2(1) WOULD I LIE TO YOU? Eurythmics 3(5) LIVE IT UP Mental As Anything 4(12) WALKING ON SUNSHINE Katrina And The Waves 5(3) WE ARE THE WORLD USA For Africa 6(6) RHYTHM OF THE NIGHT DeBarge 7(4) 50 YEARS Uncanny X-Men 8(13) A VIEW TO A KILL Duran Duran 9(14) WE WILL TOGETHER Eurogliders 10(10) 19 Paul Hardcastle
#1 on 1/7/86 ADDICTED TO LOVE Robert Palmer #1 on 1/7/87 I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY Whitney Houston
January 26, 1952 - Because of You - Tony Bennett June 30, 1951 - Aba Daba Honeymoon - Debbie Reynolds & Carleton Carpenter March 20, 1972 - American Pie / Empty Chairs - Don McLean April 28, 1975 - Newcastle Song - Bob Hudson July 15, 2007 - Umbrella - Rihanna featuring Jay-Z (from this site's archive)
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25-Nov-53 - Vaya Con Dios (May God Be With You) - Les Paul & Mary Ford.
20-June-1991: Syd - Grease Megamix Mel - Rush Rush - Paula Abdul (24th), Grease Megamix (17th) Bris - The Rhythm of My Heart - Rod Stewart (17th), Grease Megamix (24th) Ade - Grease Megamix Perth - Grease Megamix