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1st Jan 1989

Pop (specifically Stock Aitken Waterman and assorted manufactured dance pop acts) reigned supreme in the charts, I was ticking along nicely working on Parks surveying and creating plans for contracts at Bournemouth Council in a great team of 4, but the year was one of ups and downs personally. I had family living with me, including nephew (4) and niece (6) but I also had no permanent job and it was now almost 9 years since I’d left College, or pretty much the whole of the 80’s with no career, while my brother’s coal-mine had closed and there were no jobs in Mansfield much, taxi driving that sort of thing mostly. A bit like 2014 then…

Kim Wilde, meanwhile got her 2nd chart-topper in 6 months. A sweet ballad, but not necessarily as good as her earlier hits but she deserved the comeback success. I saw her in concert a few years ago and she was deliciously fired-up and excited to be there. Kylie & Jason go top 3 with another sweet ballad, regarded as cheese by many, it’s got a great ol’ toon. Boy Meets Girl leap up into the 20, keeping up the sweet pop ballad (albeit uptempo in this case) and U2 finally crack the 20 too with the bluesy Angel of Harlem.

The usual Christmas slowdown, though, means few new entries, just Enya, Bobby Brown and old-timers Crosby Stills Nash & Young get an unexpected chart return with a catchy harmony track. Not quite Marrakesh Express or Heart Of Gold, admittedly, but decent enough. Some of the bigger UK chart hits of the day languish down the bottom end of my chart though and things were a bit stale generally.




1 ( 5 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
2 ( 2 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
3 ( 7 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
4 ( 1 ) IMAGINE/ JEALOUS GUY/ HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) John Lennon / John & Yoko
5 ( 6 ) TWO HEARTS Phil Collins
6 ( 4 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
7 ( 3 ) MARY'S BOY CHILD '88 Boney M
8 ( 8 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
9 ( 21 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson
10 ( 15 ) BUFFALO STANCE Neneh Cherry

11 ( 19 ) BURNING BRIDGES (ON AND OFF AND ON AGAIN) Status Quo
12 ( 12 ) TRUE LOVE WAYS Buddy Holly
13 ( 10 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
14 ( 41 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
15 ( 11 ) NOTHING LESS THAN BRILLIANT Sandie Shaw
16 ( 33 ) ANGEL OF HARLEM U2
17 ( 24 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
18 ( 9 ) WILD WILD WEST The Escape Club
19 ( 25 ) STOP Erasure
20 ( 17 ) AIN'T NO SUNSHINE '88 Bill Withers




21 ( 23 ) YOU ARE THE ONE a-ha
22 ( 22 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
23 ( 16 ) RHYTHM IS GONNA GET YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
24 ( 14 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
25 ( 30 ) LOCO IN ACAPULCO The Four Tops
26 ( 29 ) TAMA Mory Kante
27 ( 20 ) HEART OF STONE Bucks Fizz
28 ( 13 ) PHIL SPECTOR'S CHRISTMAS MIX The Ronettes, The Crystals and Darlene Love
29 ( 26 ) PUT A LITTLE LOVE IN YOUR HEART Annie Lennox/ Al Green
30 ( 39 ) DOWNTOWN One 2 Many

31 ( 18 ) DRIVING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS Chris Rea
32 ( 27 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League
33 ( 28 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
34 ( 40 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
35 ( 35 ) LOVE HANGOVER '88 Diana Ross
36 ( 31 ) CAT AMONGST THE PIGEONS Bros
37 ( 43 ) TIED UP Yello
38 ( 32 ) KISSING A FOOL George Michael
39 ( 53 ) TAKE ME TO YOUR HEART Rick Astley
40 ( 36 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles

41 ( 34 ) KOKOMO The Beach Boys
42 ( 45 ) FINE TIME New Order
43 ( 37 ) SAY A LITTLE PRAYER Bomb The Bass
44 ( 42 ) REAL GONE KID Deacon Blue
45 ( 44 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
46 ( 50 ) DECEMBER '63 ('88 REMIX) The Four Seasons
47 ( 47 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
48 ( 56 ) INTUITION '88 David Grant
49 ( 48 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
50 ( NEW ) EVENING FALLS Enya

51 ( 49 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
52 ( 70 ) JOHN KETTLEY IS A WEATHERMAN Tribe Of Toffs
53 ( 38 ) MISTLETOE AND WINE Cliff Richard
54 ( 67 ) THINKING ABOUT YOUR BODY Bobby McFerrin
55 ( 54 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
56 ( 51 ) WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND (PURE ENERGY) Information Society
57 ( 57 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
58 ( 46 ) ORINOCO FLOW Enya
59 ( 72 ) I LIVE FOR YOUR LOVE Natalie Cole
60 ( 55 ) JE NE SAIS PAS POURQUOI Kylie Minogue

61 ( 61 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
62 ( 58 ) NEED YOU TONIGHT (MENDOHLSON MIX) INXS
63 ( 59 ) LOVELY DAY (SUNSHINE MIX) Bill Withers
64 ( 64 ) YOU WIN AGAIN The Bee Gees
65 ( 66 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
66 ( 68 ) THE CHRISTMAS SONG Alexander O'Neal
67 ( 63 ) ONE BAD APPLE The Osmonds
68 ( NEW ) AMERICAN DREAM Crosby Stills And Nash
69 ( 60 ) BORN TO BE MY BABY Bon Jovi
70 ( 69 ) MONKEY (REMIX) George Michael




71 ( 65 ) LET'S STICK TOGETHER '88 Bryan Ferry
72 ( 52 ) NATHAN JONES Bananarama
73 ( 75 ) MAN IN THE MIRROR MIchael Jackson
74 ( 74 ) TRUE LOVE Shakin' Stevens
75 ( NEW ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown


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8th JAN 1989

2nd week for Kim on top, Fleetwood Mac go back up and the late Roy Orbison gets a Top 10, incredibly his first since I started my charts. Certainly not his last, though, even though he died a few weeks earlier. Yello shoot up into the 20 with one of their characteristically quirky EDM singles (as they would call it these days), while CSN&Y join them. They all also had enjoyed solo hits and various combinations thereof, and scored hits as parts of bands like The Hollies.

Highest new entry the forgotten Brother Beyond hit Be My Twin, just ahead of Marc Almond’s well-remembered cover of (and duet with) Gene Pitney. I loved the original, this version wasn’t bad. A lack of new singles equals lots of re-entries including the fab Proclaimers minor hit, and American hit The Flame from returning band Cheap Trick 10 years on from their first hit I Want You To Want Me.

1 ( 1 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
2 ( 3 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
3 ( 24 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
4 ( 2 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
5 ( 14 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
6 ( 9 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson
7 ( 8 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
8 ( 6 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
9 ( 10 ) BUFFALO STANCE Neneh Cherry
10 ( 22 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison

11 ( 4 ) IMAGINE/ JEALOUS GUY/ HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) John Lennon / John & Yoko
12 ( 17 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
13 ( 5 ) TWO HEARTS Phil Collins
14 ( 37 ) TIED UP Yello
15 ( 11 ) BURNING BRIDGES (ON AND OFF AND ON AGAIN) Status Quo
16 ( 19 ) STOP Erasure
17 ( 12 ) TRUE LOVE WAYS Buddy Holly
18 ( 7 ) MARY'S BOY CHILD '88 Boney M
19 ( 13 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
20 ( 68 ) AMERICAN DREAM Crosby Stills Nash & Young




21 ( NEW ) BE MY TWIN Brother Beyond
22 ( 16 ) ANGEL OF HARLEM U2
23 ( 30 ) DOWNTOWN One 2 Many
24 ( 25 ) LOCO IN ACAPULCO The Four Tops
25 ( 21 ) YOU ARE THE ONE a-ha
26 ( 20 ) AIN'T NO SUNSHINE '88 Bill Withers
27 ( 34 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
28 ( 15 ) NOTHING LESS THAN BRILLIANT Sandie Shaw
29 ( 18 ) WILD WILD WEST The Escape Club
30 ( NEW ) SOMETHING'S GOTTEN HOLD OF MY HEART Marc Almond and Gene Pitney




31 ( 23 ) RHYTHM IS GONNA GET YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
32 ( RE ) SUNSHINE ON LEITH The Proclaimers
33 ( 39 ) TAKE ME TO YOUR HEART Rick Astley
34 ( 26 ) TAMA Mory Kante
35 ( 27 ) HEART OF STONE Bucks Fizz
36 ( 42 ) FINE TIME New Order
37 ( 32 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League
38 ( 33 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
39 ( 50 ) EVENING FALLS Enya
40 ( 40 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles

41 ( 38 ) KISSING A FOOL George Michael
42 ( 29 ) PUT A LITTLE LOVE IN YOUR HEART Annie Lennox/ Al Green
43 ( 36 ) CAT AMONGST THE PIGEONS Bros
44 ( 41 ) KOKOMO The Beach Boys
45 ( 31 ) DRIVING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS Chris Rea
46 ( 45 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
47 ( 28 ) PHIL SPECTOR'S CHRISTMAS MIX The Ronettes, The Crystals and Darlene Love
48 ( 47 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
49 ( RE ) BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY/ FREEBIRD Will To Power
50 ( 49 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys

51 ( RE ) ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE Monthy Python
52 ( 46 ) DECEMBER '63 ('88 REMIX) The Four Seasons
53 ( 51 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
54 ( 54 ) THINKING ABOUT YOUR BODY Bobby McFerrin
55 ( 55 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
56 ( 56 ) WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND (PURE ENERGY) Information Society
57 ( 57 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
58 ( 35 ) LOVE HANGOVER '88 Diana Ross
59 ( 61 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
60 ( NEW ) THE FLAME Cheap Trick




61 ( 44 ) REAL GONE KID Deacon Blue
62 ( 60 ) JE NE SAIS PAS POURQUOI Kylie Minogue
63 ( 63 ) LOVELY DAY (SUNSHINE MIX) Bill Withers
64 ( NEW ) IF LOVE WAS A TRAIN Michelle-Shocked
65 ( 65 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
66 ( 64 ) YOU WIN AGAIN The Bee Gees
67 ( 72 ) NATHAN JONES Bananarama
68 ( 67 ) ONE BAD APPLE The Osmonds
69 ( 62 ) NEED YOU TONIGHT (MENDOHLSON MIX) INXS
70 ( 70 ) MONKEY (REMIX) George Michael

71 ( 73 ) MAN IN THE MIRROR MIchael Jackson
72 ( NEW ) ALL SHE WANTS IS Duran Duran
73 ( NEW ) WHERE IS THE LOVE Mica Paris and Will Downing
74 ( NEW ) LOVE GOES UP AND DOWN Errol Brown
75 ( NEW ) LOVE LIKE A RIVER Climie Fisher


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15th JAN 1989

Inner City groove into the Top 10 with the new sound of dance music, and Robert Howard (Blow Monkeys) duets on a dance stomper with Kim Mazelle for a new entry low down. Gene Pitney joins Roy Orbison in the Top 10, so two 60’s vocal & song writing legends at once, hooray!, and The Four Tops legendary Levi Stubbs makes it a trio of all-time great singers in the Top 20.

Sheena Easton makes it 9 years of hits, and Mike Rutherford and Paul Carrack make it 15 years (with Genesis, Ace in 1974 and Mike + The Mechanics in 1989), and a few more poppier new entries spring-clean the charts a bit, though not much of great excitement generally.



1 ( 1 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
2 ( 5 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
3 ( 10 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
4 ( 2 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
5 ( 3 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
6 ( 12 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
7 ( 4 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
8 ( 7 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
9 ( 8 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
10 ( 30 ) SOMETHING'S GOTTEN HOLD OF MY HEART Marc Almond and Gene Pitney

11 ( 9 ) BUFFALO STANCE Neneh Cherry
12 ( 14 ) TIED UP Yello
13 ( 6 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson
14 ( 20 ) AMERICAN DREAM Crosby Stills Nash & Young
15 ( 21 ) BE MY TWIN Brother Beyond
16 ( 16 ) STOP Erasure
17 ( 11 ) IMAGINE/ JEALOUS GUY/ HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) John Lennon / John & Yoko
18 ( 13 ) TWO HEARTS Phil Collins
19 ( 19 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
20 ( 24 ) LOCO IN ACAPULCO The Four Tops




21 ( RE ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
22 ( 32 ) SUNSHINE ON LEITH The Proclaimers
23 ( 27 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
24 ( 17 ) TRUE LOVE WAYS Buddy Holly
25 ( 15 ) BURNING BRIDGES (ON AND OFF AND ON AGAIN) Status Quo
26 ( 33 ) TAKE ME TO YOUR HEART Rick Astley
27 ( 18 ) MARY'S BOY CHILD '88 Boney M
28 ( 36 ) FINE TIME New Order
29 ( 22 ) ANGEL OF HARLEM U2
30 ( 26 ) AIN'T NO SUNSHINE '88 Bill Withers




31 ( 23 ) DOWNTOWN One 2 Many
32 ( 28 ) NOTHING LESS THAN BRILLIANT Sandie Shaw
33 ( 49 ) BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY/ FREEBIRD Will To Power
34 ( 31 ) RHYTHM IS GONNA GET YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
35 ( 29 ) WILD WILD WEST The Escape Club
36 ( 40 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
37 ( NEW ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
38 ( 38 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
39 ( 37 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League
40 ( 51 ) ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE Monthy Python




41 ( 35 ) HEART OF STONE Bucks Fizz
42 ( 25 ) YOU ARE THE ONE a-ha
43 ( 41 ) KISSING A FOOL George Michael
44 ( NEW ) THE LIVING YEARS Mike + The Mechanics
45 ( NEW ) TELL ME WHY Nick Heyward
46 ( 48 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
47 ( 46 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
48 ( 50 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
49 ( 60 ) THE FLAME Cheap Trick
50 ( NEW ) CUDDLY TOY Roachford

51 ( 34 ) TAMA Mory Kante
52 ( 45 ) DRIVING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS Chris Rea
53 ( 42 ) PUT A LITTLE LOVE IN YOUR HEART Annie Lennox/ Al Green
54 ( 53 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
55 ( 52 ) DECEMBER '63 ('88 REMIX) The Four Seasons
56 ( 59 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
57 ( 55 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
58 ( 57 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
59 ( RE ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
60 ( 44 ) KOKOMO The Beach Boys

61 ( 73 ) WHERE IS THE LOVE Mica Paris and Will Downing
62 ( 62 ) JE NE SAIS PAS POURQUOI Kylie Minogue
63 ( 63 ) LOVELY DAY (SUNSHINE MIX) Bill Withers
64 ( 64 ) IF LOVE WAS A TRAIN Michelle-Shocked
65 ( 65 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
66 ( 56 ) WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND (PURE ENERGY) Information Society
67 ( 66 ) YOU WIN AGAIN The Bee Gees
68 ( 72 ) ALL SHE WANTS IS Duran Duran
69 ( NEW ) CELEBRATION (1988 REMIX) Kool And The Gang
70 ( 71 ) MAN IN THE MIRROR MIchael Jackson

71 ( NEW ) LOVE GROOVE Squeezebrain and the Machine featuring J.J. Jones
72 ( 68 ) ONE BAD APPLE The Osmonds
73 ( NEW ) HIT THE GROUND The Darling Buds
74 ( NEW ) CATHEDRAL SONG Tanita Tikaram
75 ( NEW ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle




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22nd JAN 1989

Roy Orbison gets his first number one, posthumously, with more than a little help from Jeff Lynne (who has had 13 number ones with ELO). In fine voice, he becomes to date the third act to get a posthumous number one with new or current material , Mama Cass Elliot and John Lennon previously doing the same. Fine Young Cannibals meanwhile rocket into the Top 5 with a great single, soon to be huge in the States, and Frankie’s Holly Johnson gets an instant Top 20 new entry.

Roachford rocks upwards to 21, The Stranglers re-do an early punk single, Mica Paris and Will Downing cover Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway’s soul classic, Duran Duran whisper up my chart, and Bobby Brown asserts it’s his Prerogative, all grown up since his New Edition days. At least physically grown-up, that is.





1 ( 3 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
2 ( 2 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
3 ( 1 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
4 ( 6 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
5 ( 23 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
6 ( 5 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
7 ( 21 ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
8 ( 10 ) SOMETHING'S GOTTEN HOLD OF MY HEART Marc Almond and Gene Pitney
9 ( 14 ) AMERICAN DREAM Crosby Stills Nash & Young
10 ( 15 ) BE MY TWIN Brother Beyond

11 ( 11 ) BUFFALO STANCE Neneh Cherry
12 ( 4 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
13 ( 8 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
14 ( 9 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
15 ( 75 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
16 ( 7 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
17 ( NEW ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson
18 ( 12 ) TIED UP Yello
19 ( 13 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson
20 ( 16 ) STOP Erasure




21 ( 50 ) CUDDLY TOY Roachford
22 ( 19 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
23 ( 20 ) LOCO IN ACAPULCO The Four Tops
24 ( 18 ) TWO HEARTS Phil Collins
25 ( 22 ) SUNSHINE ON LEITH The Proclaimers
26 ( 17 ) IMAGINE/ JEALOUS GUY/ HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) John Lennon / John & Yoko
27 ( 37 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
28 ( 45 ) TELL ME WHY Nick Heyward
29 ( NEW ) GRIP '89 The Stranglers
30 ( 68 ) ALL SHE WANTS IS Duran Duran

31 ( 61 ) WHERE IS THE LOVE Mica Paris and Will Downing
32 ( 24 ) TRUE LOVE WAYS Buddy Holly
33 ( 33 ) BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY/ FREEBIRD Will To Power
34 ( 59 ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
35 ( 30 ) AIN'T NO SUNSHINE '88 Bill Withers
36 ( 36 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
37 ( 32 ) NOTHING LESS THAN BRILLIANT Sandie Shaw
38 ( 34 ) RHYTHM IS GONNA GET YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
39 ( 27 ) MARY'S BOY CHILD '88 Boney M
40 ( NEW ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze




41 ( 25 ) BURNING BRIDGES (ON AND OFF AND ON AGAIN) Status Quo
42 ( 38 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
43 ( 39 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League
44 ( 35 ) WILD WILD WEST The Escape Club
45 ( 64 ) IF LOVE WAS A TRAIN Michelle-Shocked
46 ( 46 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
47 ( 48 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
48 ( 47 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
49 ( NEW ) GET ON THE DANCE FLOOR Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock
50 ( 41 ) HEART OF STONE Bucks Fizz

51 ( 43 ) KISSING A FOOL George Michael
52 ( 31 ) DOWNTOWN One 2 Many
53 ( 26 ) TAKE ME TO YOUR HEART Rick Astley
54 ( 29 ) ANGEL OF HARLEM U2
55 ( 54 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
56 ( 56 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
57 ( 28 ) FINE TIME New Order
58 ( 58 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
59 ( 57 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
60 ( RE ) LOVE LIKE A RIVER Climie Fisher

61 ( 71 ) LOVE GROOVE Squeezebrain and the Machine featuring J.J. Jones
62 ( 44 ) THE LIVING YEARS Mike + The Mechanics
63 ( 55 ) DECEMBER '63 ('88 REMIX) The Four Seasons
64 ( NEW ) NOW YOU'RE GONE Black
65 ( RE ) I LIVE FOR YOUR LOVE Natalie Cole
66 ( 65 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
67 ( 67 ) YOU WIN AGAIN The Bee Gees
68 ( NEW ) FISHERMAN'S BLUES The Waterboys
69 ( 63 ) LOVELY DAY (SUNSHINE MIX) Bill Withers
70 ( 70 ) MAN IN THE MIRROR MIchael Jackson

71 ( NEW ) FINE TIME Yazz
72 ( NEW ) RESPECT Adeva
73 ( 66 ) WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND (PURE ENERGY) Information Society
74 ( 62 ) JE NE SAIS PAS POURQUOI Kylie Minogue
75 ( NEW ) 5 O'CLOCK WORLD Julian Cope


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29th JAN 1989

2nd week at 1 for Roy, Mac at 2, Doctor Robert at 6 (giving him 3 Top 10’s including Blow Monkeys), and highest new entry is yet another dance remix of a 70’s classic - this time Bryan Ferry’s cover of the Everley Brothers from 1976 which hit my Top 10 first-time round. Back in a few months after debuting, Joe Brown’s daughter is back with the song that should have been big in 1988, Stop. Still the best song named Stop (beating Erasure’s attempt lower down and The Spice Girls pop effort in the 90’s), Sam gives a great soulful performance of a great song.

Also back with an early 80’s chart hit (at least in the US and mine) Journey’s plaintiff Who’s Crying Now. Journey of course, made much more of a comeback re-entry splash 20 years later… Other oldies? Sam Fox covers Dusty and makes the Bay City Rollers version look decent and Georgia Satellites cover Swinging Blue Jean’s 60’s childhood fave. Simply Red, Ten City and Then Jerico add a bit of much-needed new life into the chart.

1 ( 1 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
2 ( 6 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
3 ( 2 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
4 ( 4 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
5 ( 5 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
6 ( 15 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
7 ( 7 ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
8 ( 3 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
9 ( 10 ) BE MY TWIN Brother Beyond
10 ( 17 ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson

11 ( 8 ) SOMETHING'S GOTTEN HOLD OF MY HEART Marc Almond and Gene Pitney
12 ( 27 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
13 ( 13 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
14 ( 11 ) BUFFALO STANCE Neneh Cherry
15 ( NEW ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
16 ( 9 ) AMERICAN DREAM Crosby Stills Nash & Young
17 ( 14 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
18 ( 30 ) ALL SHE WANTS IS Duran Duran
19 ( 12 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
20 ( 21 ) CUDDLY TOY Roachford




21 ( 16 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
22 ( 40 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze
23 ( 31 ) WHERE IS THE LOVE Mica Paris and Will Downing
24 ( 19 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson
25 ( 22 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
26 ( 29 ) GRIP '89 The Stranglers
27 ( 28 ) TELL ME WHY Nick Heyward
28 ( NEW ) STOP Sam Brown
29 ( 24 ) TWO HEARTS Phil Collins
30 ( NEW ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red

31 ( NEW ) WHO'S CRYING NOW Journey
32 ( 34 ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
33 ( 18 ) TIED UP Yello
34 ( 26 ) IMAGINE/ JEALOUS GUY/ HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) John Lennon / John & Yoko
35 ( 25 ) SUNSHINE ON LEITH The Proclaimers
36 ( NEW ) BIG AREA Then Jerico
37 ( 20 ) STOP Erasure
38 ( NEW ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
39 ( 32 ) TRUE LOVE WAYS Buddy Holly
40 ( 36 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles



41 ( 49 ) GET ON THE DANCE FLOOR Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock
42 ( 33 ) BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY/ FREEBIRD Will To Power
43 ( 23 ) LOCO IN ACAPULCO The Four Tops
44 ( 42 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
45 ( 43 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League
46 ( 35 ) AIN'T NO SUNSHINE '88 Bill Withers
47 ( 46 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
48 ( 47 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
49 ( 37 ) NOTHING LESS THAN BRILLIANT Sandie Shaw
50 ( 48 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies

51 ( 71 ) FINE TIME Yazz
52 ( 38 ) RHYTHM IS GONNA GET YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
53 ( 39 ) MARY'S BOY CHILD '88 Boney M
54 ( 72 ) RESPECT Adeva
55 ( 56 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
56 ( 55 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
57 ( 44 ) WILD WILD WEST The Escape Club
58 ( 50 ) HEART OF STONE Bucks Fizz
59 ( 59 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
60 ( 58 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield

61 ( 62 ) THE LIVING YEARS Mike + The Mechanics
62 ( 64 ) NOW YOU'RE GONE Black
63 ( 65 ) I LIVE FOR YOUR LOVE Natalie Cole
64 ( 68 ) FISHERMAN'S BLUES The Waterboys
65 ( 75 ) 5 O'CLOCK WORLD Julian Cope
66 ( 51 ) KISSING A FOOL George Michael
67 ( 66 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
68 ( 67 ) YOU WIN AGAIN The Bee Gees
69 ( 63 ) DECEMBER '63 ('88 REMIX) The Four Seasons
70 ( 45 ) IF LOVE WAS A TRAIN Michelle-Shocked

71 ( 70 ) MAN IN THE MIRROR MIchael Jackson
72 ( NEW ) SKIN I'M IN Cameo
73 ( NEW ) I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU Samantha Fox
74 ( 69 ) LOVELY DAY (SUNSHINE MIX) Bill Withers
75 ( NEW ) HIPPY HIPPY SHAKE Georgia Satellites




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5th FEB 1989

Big jump for Joe’s girl Sam Brown, a brilliant soulful performance of a great song that had charted in my 1988 charts but not been a UK hit until 1989. Fabulous, and also the same tale for Gloria Estefan straight in at 7 with a more laidback ballad after finally making the UK charts. The Top 10 full of activity as teen American dance pop act Tracie Spencer hits 2, Ten City dance to 5, Raze glide to 6 with the sultry and gorgeous Break 4 Love dance rhythms, and Bryan Ferry takes the Everley Brothers song into the Top 10 for a second time, 13 years on.

Significant new entries from Texas, debuting with their classic twangy-rock classic I Don’t Want A Lover, Jesus Jones sneaking in with the fabulously distorted debut Info Freako, Edie Brickell pops in with the well-known future Emma Bunton hit, What I Am, XTC are back for a 10th year of hits, and Lynyrd Skynyrd come back again with Freebird, hippie rock anthem. Milli Vanilli enter at 75 for one week. I think I over-rated it.



1 ( 28 ) STOP Sam Brown
2 ( 7 ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
3 ( 1 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
4 ( 6 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
5 ( 38 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
6 ( 22 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze
7 ( NEW ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
8 ( 3 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
9 ( 15 ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
10 ( 5 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals



11 ( 2 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
12 ( 12 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
13 ( 9 ) BE MY TWIN Brother Beyond
14 ( 4 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
15 ( 8 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
16 ( 30 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red
17 ( 10 ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson
18 ( 32 ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
19 ( 20 ) CUDDLY TOY Roachford
20 ( 13 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys

21 ( 33 ) TIED UP Yello
22 ( 11 ) SOMETHING'S GOTTEN HOLD OF MY HEART Marc Almond and Gene Pitney
23 ( 17 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
24 ( 26 ) GRIP '89 The Stranglers
25 ( 14 ) BUFFALO STANCE Neneh Cherry
26 ( 36 ) BIG AREA Then Jerico
27 ( 19 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
28 ( 54 ) RESPECT Adeva
29 ( 25 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
30 ( 21 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit

31 ( 31 ) WHO'S CRYING NOW Journey
32 ( 51 ) FINE TIME Yazz
33 ( 16 ) AMERICAN DREAM Crosby Stills Nash & Young
34 ( 24 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson
35 ( 23 ) WHERE IS THE LOVE Mica Paris and Will Downing
36 ( 18 ) ALL SHE WANTS IS Duran Duran
37 ( 27 ) TELL ME WHY Nick Heyward
38 ( 29 ) TWO HEARTS Phil Collins
39 ( 65 ) 5 O'CLOCK WORLD Julian Cope
40 ( NEW ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas



41 ( 40 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 34 ) IMAGINE/ JEALOUS GUY/ HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) John Lennon / John & Yoko
43 ( 35 ) SUNSHINE ON LEITH The Proclaimers
44 ( NEW ) WHAT I AM Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians
45 ( 39 ) TRUE LOVE WAYS Buddy Holly
46 ( 41 ) GET ON THE DANCE FLOOR Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock
47 ( NEW ) LOOKING FOR LINDA Hue And Cry
48 ( 44 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
49 ( 47 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
50 ( 45 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League

51 ( 48 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
52 ( 50 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
53 ( 64 ) FISHERMAN'S BLUES The Waterboys
54 ( NEW ) FREEBIRD Lynyrd Skynyrd
55 ( 55 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
56 ( 56 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
57 ( 46 ) AIN'T NO SUNSHINE '88 Bill Withers
58 ( 43 ) LOCO IN ACAPULCO The Four Tops
59 ( 37 ) STOP Erasure
60 ( 59 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde

61 ( 60 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
62 ( 57 ) WILD WILD WEST The Escape Club
63 ( 58 ) HEART OF STONE Bucks Fizz
64 ( 72 ) SKIN I'M IN Cameo
65 ( 73 ) I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU Samantha Fox
66 ( NEW ) LOVEGROOVE Squeezebrain
67 ( 67 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
68 ( NEW ) ONE STEP AHEAD Nik Kershaw
69 ( 68 ) YOU WIN AGAIN The Bee Gees
70 ( NEW ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones



71 ( NEW ) MAYOR OF SIMPLETON XTC
72 ( 71 ) MAN IN THE MIRROR MIchael Jackson
73 ( 49 ) NOTHING LESS THAN BRILLIANT Sandie Shaw
74 ( NEW ) CLARE Fairground Attraction
75 ( NEW ) BABY DON'T FORGET MY NUMBER Milli Vanilli


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12th FEB 1989

2nd week at 1 for Sam Brown, but the Top 40 is invaded with new entries to challenge, highest at 4 the 7-year-old reissued Hold Me from Fleetwood Mac, which had flopped first time round, and the fab Pet Shop Boys “Scandal” movie track for Dusty, Nothing Has Been Proved. So gorgeous it’s straight in at 10. Robert “Blow Monkeys” Howard equals “Digging Your Scene” at 2, Jacko enters with the “Bad” bonus track that wasn’t on the vinyl album version I’d bought 2 years previously, but was on the CD. I have still refused to ever buy the track as it pissed me off, ripping off fans who had already bought the album. Yes, it was an early example of “Deluxe Edition” money-grabbing.

The Four Tops also get re-pushed, and second-time hit for me, Kim’s high at 20, and Bananarama do Comic Relief with French & Saunders & Kathy Burke , cover the Beatles, and it works a s pop record (without the comedy) or with (double A side, effectively). Stock Aitken Waterman also produce Donna Summer’s classic comeback single at 38. Elsewhere, bit of metal from Def Leppard (good) and Poison (dreary), a bit of early 80’s acts hanging in there, with new singles, and not listed 3 records I was playing a lot that week (Shooting Star (Dollar), Tightrope (ELO) and Brother Louie (Hot Choc)).

1 ( 1 ) STOP Sam Brown
2 ( 4 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
3 ( 5 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
4 ( NEW ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
5 ( 3 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
6 ( 2 ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
7 ( 7 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
8 ( 9 ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
9 ( 6 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze
10 ( NEW ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield




11 ( 12 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
12 ( 16 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red
13 ( 8 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
14 ( 10 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
15 ( 17 ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson
16 ( NEW ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson
17 ( NEW ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
18 ( 18 ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
19 ( 32 ) FINE TIME Yazz
20 ( NEW ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde




21 ( 11 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
22 ( 15 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
23 ( 40 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
24 ( 14 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
25 ( 26 ) BIG AREA Then Jerico
26 ( 20 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
27 ( 13 ) BE MY TWIN Brother Beyond
28 ( 28 ) RESPECT Adeva
29 ( 19 ) CUDDLY TOY Roachford
30 ( NEW ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo




31 ( 29 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
32 ( 23 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
33 ( 21 ) TIED UP Yello
34 ( 22 ) SOMETHING'S GOTTEN HOLD OF MY HEART Marc Almond and Gene Pitney
35 ( 27 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
36 ( 47 ) LOOKING FOR LINDA Hue And Cry
37 ( 25 ) BUFFALO STANCE Neneh Cherry
38 ( NEW ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
39 ( 34 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson
40 ( 44 ) WHAT I AM Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians

41 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 30 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
43 ( 24 ) GRIP '89 The Stranglers
44 ( 31 ) WHO'S CRYING NOW Journey
45 ( NEW ) ROCKET Def Leppard
46 ( 38 ) TWO HEARTS Phil Collins
47 ( 64 ) SKIN I'M IN Cameo
48 ( 48 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
49 ( 49 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
50 ( 42 ) IMAGINE/ JEALOUS GUY/ HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) John Lennon / John & Yoko

51 ( 45 ) TRUE LOVE WAYS Buddy Holly
52 ( 51 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
53 ( NEW ) LAST OF THE FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL PLAYBOYS Morrissey
54 ( 52 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
55 ( 50 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League
56 ( 55 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
57 ( 65 ) I ONLY WANNA BE WITH YOU Samantha Fox
58 ( 56 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
59 ( 71 ) MAYOR OF SIMPLETON XTC
60 ( 60 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde

61 ( 54 ) FREEBIRD Lynyrd Skynyrd
62 ( 61 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
63 ( 35 ) WHERE IS THE LOVE Mica Paris and Will Downing
64 ( 33 ) AMERICAN DREAM Crosby Stills Nash & Young
65 ( 37 ) TELL ME WHY Nick Heyward
66 ( NEW ) EVERLASTING LOVE Howard Jones
67 ( 67 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
68 ( NEW ) CELEBRATE THE WORLD Womack And Womack
69 ( NEW ) EVERY ROSE HAS IT'S THORN Poison
70 ( NEW ) LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING Michael Ball

71 ( 69 ) YOU WIN AGAIN The Bee Gees
72 ( NEW ) BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN Living In A Box
73 ( NEW ) HOLD ME IN YOUR ARMS Rick Astley
74 ( NEW ) I'M ON MY WAY The Proclaimers
75 ( NEW ) BRING IT BACK AGAIN The Stray Cats


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19th FEB 1989

In from nowhere at the top…an oldie! It recharged in the UK singles chart under the extended billing Diana Ross & The Supremes, but really it’s a Supremes classic from 1966, American chart-topper Stop! In The Name Of Love, making that 2 Stop’s in a row at Number One! It’s a brilliant Motown oldie, pure class, pure heartbreak, and The Supremes 4th Number One. Diana sang on 3 of those, and had another 3 solo, 6 in total.

Keeping up the veteran theme, Dusty at 2, another Fleetwood Mac re-issue for Albatross (3rd-time round (1969, 1973) for 4 in the chart, David Essex remixed Rockin’ On, and Paul Carrack getting a solo hit after numerous hits with bands starting with Ace in 1974. Back in newcomer land, REM are in, Jesus Jones re-enter with the fab Info Freako, S’Express get a 3rd hit, and Simple Minds change style again for an EP with more than one great track on it. Value For Money, modern pop stars take note… Outside my charts I was bopping to Pet Shop Boys Paninaro and It’s Alright, from the remix album Disco, both future singles, and getting all retro with Sandie Shaw’s Girl Don’t Come.



1 ( NEW ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
2 ( 10 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
3 ( 1 ) STOP Sam Brown
4 ( 4 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
5 ( 7 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
6 ( 2 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
7 ( 3 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
8 ( 8 ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
9 ( 12 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red
10 ( 11 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton

11 ( 5 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
12 ( 20 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
13 ( 17 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
14 ( NEW ) ALBATROSS Fleetwood Mac
15 ( 16 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson
16 ( 6 ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
17 ( 9 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze
18 ( 23 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
19 ( 19 ) FINE TIME Yazz
20 ( 15 ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson

21 ( 18 ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
22 ( 30 ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo
23 ( NEW ) ROCK ON (1989) David Essex
24 ( 14 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
25 ( 13 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
26 ( NEW ) PROMISED LAND The Style Council
27 ( 22 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
28 ( RE ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
29 ( 40 ) WHAT I AM Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians
30 ( 21 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac




31 ( NEW ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
32 ( 26 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
33 ( NEW ) BELFAST CHILD/ MANDELA DAY Simple Minds
34 ( 31 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
35 ( 45 ) ROCKET Def Leppard
36 ( 53 ) LAST OF THE FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL PLAYBOYS Morrissey
37 ( 24 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
38 ( 38 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
39 ( 32 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
40 ( 68 ) CELEBRATE THE WORLD Womack And Womack




41 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 36 ) LOOKING FOR LINDA Hue And Cry
43 ( 25 ) BIG AREA Then Jerico
44 ( NEW ) DON'T SHED A TEAR Paul Carrack
45 ( 28 ) RESPECT Adeva
46 ( 33 ) TIED UP Yello
47 ( 42 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
48 ( 39 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson
49 ( 59 ) THE MAYOR OF SIMPLETON XTC
50 ( 49 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac

51 ( 48 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
52 ( 34 ) SOMETHING'S GOTTEN HOLD OF MY HEART Marc Almond and Gene Pitney
53 ( 29 ) CUDDLY TOY Roachford
54 ( 56 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
55 ( 52 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
56 ( 74 ) I'M ON MY WAY The Proclaimers
57 ( 35 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan
58 ( 54 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
59 ( 58 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
60 ( NEW ) AS ALWAYS Farley and Ricky Dillard

61 ( 60 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
62 ( 62 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
63 ( 50 ) IMAGINE/ JEALOUS GUY/ HAPPY CHRISTMAS (WAR IS OVER) John Lennon / John & Yoko
64 ( 51 ) TRUE LOVE WAYS Buddy Holly
65 ( 46 ) TWO HEARTS Phil Collins
66 ( NEW ) CAN U DIG IT Pop Will Eat Itself
67 ( 27 ) BE MY TWIN Brother Beyond
68 ( NEW ) KISSED YOU IN THE RAIN Freiheit
69 ( 70 ) LOVE CHANGES EVERYTHING Michael Ball
70 ( 67 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys

71 ( NEW ) FIGHT The Bunburys
72 ( 73 ) HOLD ME IN YOUR ARMS Rick Astley
73 ( 55 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League
74 ( NEW ) JEZEBEL Shakin' Stevens
75 ( NEW ) STAND R.E.M


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26th FEB 1989

I was in a more sombre mood this week, having spent the weekend before in Liverpool visiting my lovely grandma who was seriously ill in hospital. Living in a damp, concrete monstrosity of a council flat with no bedroom heating in no way helped. As I got ready to leave the hospital and drive back to Poole, a journey I’d made every few months, she said “I’ve been silly”, meaning trying to avoid hospital for so long. “You were just frightened” I said, trying to make her feel better about it. “Drive carefully” was the last thing she said as I left. “I always do” I replied. We never told her some yuppie tw*t crashed into me at 80 or so on the M5 near Bristol, speeding in major hailstorm conditions and skidding out of control, the back of my car was caved in, I spun out of control and by some miracle ended up on the hard shoulder facing the wrong way. So did yuppie T. “who’s fault is it?” he said to me when we got out of the cars, my hands bleeding from flying glass. Unbelievable! On the plus side, using my car as a cushion probably saved his life, and I could easily have killed me if he’d hit me side-on. On the downside it was an additional trauma I didn’t need at that time.

So, a low-key, all-female top 6, headed by the truly great Dusty. Elvis Costello’s highest entry has a Paul McCartney connection, the song that I listened to driving to Liverpool (Donna Summer) shoots up to 4, and the song that I listened to when my car was being ploughed into is totally absent (I’d Rather Jack). Extremes of Stock Aitken Waterman, one utter tripe and loathsome, one great. All of these songs for the next few weeks are bitter-sweet, and I find it difficult to look at them objectively. Also ingrained in my mind is a Four Tops concert I went to the same week: The original classic line-up, the great Levi Stubbs on lead, and in the Top 10 with their final hit. The songs they did that meant the most to me: Baby I Need Your Loving, Reach Out I’ll Be There and Indestructible.



1 ( 2 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
2 ( 1 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
3 ( 5 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
4 ( 38 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
5 ( 3 ) STOP Sam Brown
6 ( 12 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
7 ( 13 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
8 ( 4 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
9 ( 22 ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo
10 ( 33 ) BELFAST CHILD/ MANDELA DAY Simple Minds



11 ( 6 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
12 ( 18 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
13 ( 15 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson
14 ( 14 ) ALBATROSS Fleetwood Mac
15 ( 7 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
16 ( 11 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
17 ( 19 ) FINE TIME Yazz
18 ( 8 ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
19 ( 10 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
20 ( 31 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express

21 ( 9 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red
22 ( 23 ) ROCK ON (1989) David Essex
23 ( 28 ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
24 ( 17 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze
25 ( 29 ) WHAT I AM Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians
26 ( 26 ) PROMISED LAND The Style Council
27 ( 20 ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson
28 ( 44 ) DON'T SHED A TEAR Paul Carrack
29 ( 16 ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
30 ( NEW ) VERONICA Elvis Costello

31 ( 24 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
32 ( 32 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
33 ( 27 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
34 ( 40 ) CELEBRATE THE WORLD Womack And Womack
35 ( 35 ) ROCKET Def Leppard
36 ( 34 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
37 ( 21 ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
38 ( NEW ) HEARSAY '89 Alexander O'Neal
39 ( 25 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
40 ( NEW ) EVERYTHING COUNTS (LIVE) Depeche Mode

41 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 30 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
43 ( 66 ) CAN U DIG IT Pop Will Eat Itself
44 ( RE ) EVERLASTING LOVE Howard Jones
45 ( 39 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
46 ( NEW ) STRAIGHT UP Paula Abdul
47 ( 37 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
48 ( 56 ) I'M ON MY WAY The Proclaimers
49 ( 50 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
50 ( 60 ) AS ALWAYS Farley and Ricky Dillard

51 ( 51 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
52 ( 47 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
53 ( NEW ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
54 ( 54 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
55 ( 36 ) LAST OF THE FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL PLAYBOYS Morrissey
56 ( NEW ) BABY I NEED YOUR LOVING Ruby Turner and The Four Tops
57 ( NEW ) DON'T TAKE MY MIND ON A TRIP Boy George
58 ( 59 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
59 ( 55 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
60 ( 48 ) SMOOTH CRIMINAL Michael Jackson



61 ( NEW ) WILD THING Tone Loc
62 ( 61 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
63 ( 62 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
64 ( 58 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
65 ( 71 ) FIGHT The Bunburys
66 ( NEW ) FAMILY MAN Roachford
67 ( 46 ) TIED UP Yello
68 ( 68 ) KISSED YOU IN THE RAIN Freiheit
69 ( 43 ) BIG AREA Then Jerico
70 ( 57 ) ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Kylie Minogue & Jason Donovan

71 ( 70 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
72 ( 72 ) HOLD ME IN YOUR ARMS Rick Astley
73 ( NEW ) WORKING ON IT Chris Rea
74 ( RE ) BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN Living In A Box
75 ( 73 ) LOVE IS ALL THAT MATTERS Human League


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5th March 1989

Donna Summer gets her first chart-topper since I Feel Love, 12 years earlier, with this joyous and yet sad song (for me, sad memories). A great melody, and even the SAW hit machine helped with the bursting enthusiasm. A welcome break from anxiety and worry was the Nana’s Top 5 Beatles cover, Help! In with a bang, though, it’s Madonna, a new look, flowing locks, controversial video and an awesome gospel song in at 7.

S’Express get a third Top 10, Jacko keeps his Top 10 run going, and Jesus Jones freak it at 16. In from nowhere, a novelty hit - Kon Kan at 18. Oh it was yodellingly funny, and not least for sampling Lynn Anderson’s Rose Garden, an old fave. Def Lep meanwhile rock it to 20.

A supergroup return at 28, the Wilbury’s, but minus the late great Roy. A great singalong gem. Inexplicably flopped, just like Jesus Jones. Gene Pitney, another great, gets a solo hit with a cover of Roy Orbison’s 60’s classic, so he’s there in spirit if not in fact. Jason Donovan follows up his Kylie duet with his own (lesser) SAW pop ditty, Randy Newman and Lou Reed add a bit of non-chart class to my list, 20 years on from making waves in the late 60’s, albeit waves that didn’t sell much at the time. Meanwhile I was playing The Fifth Dimension’s hits album a lot as my golden oldie.



1 ( 4 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
2 ( 2 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
3 ( 1 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
4 ( 9 ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo
5 ( 6 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
6 ( 5 ) STOP Sam Brown
7 ( NEW ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
8 ( 20 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
9 ( 3 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
10 ( 13 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson



11 ( 10 ) BELFAST CHILD/ MANDELA DAY Simple Minds
12 ( 12 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
13 ( 7 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
14 ( 14 ) ALBATROSS Fleetwood Mac
15 ( 22 ) ROCK ON (1989) David Essex
16 ( 23 ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
17 ( 8 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
18 ( NEW ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
19 ( 11 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
20 ( 35 ) ROCKET Def Leppard

21 ( 16 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
22 ( 15 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
23 ( 30 ) VERONICA Elvis Costello
24 ( 34 ) CELEBRATE THE WORLD Womack And Womack
25 ( 28 ) DON'T SHED A TEAR Paul Carrack
26 ( 38 ) HEARSAY '89 Alexander O'Neal
27 ( 18 ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
28 ( NEW ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
29 ( 19 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
30 ( 40 ) EVERYTHING COUNTS (LIVE) Depeche Mode




31 ( 17 ) FINE TIME Yazz
32 ( 24 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze
33 ( 44 ) EVERLASTING LOVE Howard Jones
34 ( 32 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
35 ( 21 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red
36 ( 33 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
37 ( 36 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
38 ( 46 ) STRAIGHT UP Paula Abdul
39 ( 53 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
40 ( 27 ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson

41 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 26 ) PROMISED LAND The Style Council
43 ( 56 ) BABY I NEED YOUR LOVING Ruby Turner and The Four Tops
44 ( 25 ) WHAT I AM Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians
45 ( NEW ) TURN UP THE BASS Tyree and Kool Rock Steady
46 ( 29 ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
47 ( 31 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
48 ( 37 ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
49 ( 39 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
50 ( NEW ) IT'S OVER Gene Pitney

51 ( 49 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
52 ( 45 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
53 ( 42 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
54 ( 68 ) KISSED YOU IN THE RAIN Freiheit
55 ( 66 ) FAMILY MAN Roachford
56 ( 54 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
57 ( 57 ) DON'T TAKE MY MIND ON A TRIP Boy George
58 ( 51 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
59 ( 61 ) WILD THING Tone Loc
60 ( 58 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies

61 ( 59 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
62 ( 62 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
63 ( NEW ) TOO MANY BROKEN HEARTS Jason Donovan
64 ( 63 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
65 ( 43 ) CAN U DIG IT Pop Will Eat Itself
66 ( 64 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
67 ( 74 ) BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN Living In A Box
68 ( NEW ) FALLING IN LOVE Randy Newman
69 ( 47 ) GOOD LIFE Inner City
70 ( NEW ) CAN YOU KEEP A SECERET Brother Beyond

71 ( 71 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
72 ( NEW ) WHERE DOES THE TIME GO Julia Fordham
73 ( 52 ) KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE Freiheit
74 ( NEW ) DIRTY BOULEVARD Lou Reed
75 ( NEW ) WHEN I GROW UP Michelle-Shocked


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12th March 1989

2 weeks for Donna, and Tom, Jeff, George and Bob line up at the end of 7. Kon Kan apologise at 10, and Paul Carrack gets a rare top 20 solo hit, getting a day off from Mike + The Mechanics at the time.

Highest new entry, perennial faves The Bee Gees with a great obscure flop track, Ordinary People being infused with the sadness of recent loss, younger brother Andy Gibb. Don’t do drugs! Elsewhere Randy Newman gets a bonafide Top 40 entry - and it’s not from Toy Story! New Order enter at 50, better quality than the hideous Poison bleating on about rose thorns at 67 for one week only. Thankfully not much longer till Nirvana did away with hair-do bland pomp metal.


1 ( 1 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
2 ( 2 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
3 ( 7 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
4 ( 3 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
5 ( 8 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
6 ( 5 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
7 ( 28 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
8 ( 10 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson
9 ( 4 ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo
10 ( 18 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan



11 ( 6 ) STOP Sam Brown
12 ( 9 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
13 ( 14 ) ALBATROSS Fleetwood Mac
14 ( 12 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
15 ( 13 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
16 ( 11 ) BELFAST CHILD/ MANDELA DAY Simple Minds
17 ( 25 ) DON'T SHED A TEAR Paul Carrack
18 ( 23 ) VERONICA Elvis Costello
19 ( 26 ) HEARSAY '89 Alexander O'Neal
20 ( 15 ) ROCK ON (1989) David Essex

21 ( 20 ) ROCKET Def Leppard
22 ( 24 ) CELEBRATE THE WORLD Womack And Womack
23 ( NEW ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
24 ( 17 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
25 ( 19 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
26 ( 50 ) IT'S OVER Gene Pitney
27 ( 21 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
28 ( 33 ) EVERLASTING LOVE Howard Jones
29 ( 22 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
30 ( 38 ) STRAIGHT UP Paula Abdul

31 ( 16 ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
32 ( 39 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
33 ( 45 ) TURN UP THE BASS Tyree and Kool Rock Steady
34 ( 55 ) FAMILY MAN Roachford
35 ( 35 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red
36 ( 68 ) FALLING IN LOVE Randy Newman
37 ( 63 ) TOO MANY BROKEN HEARTS Jason Donovan
38 ( 37 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
39 ( 27 ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
40 ( 30 ) EVERYTHING COUNTS (LIVE) Depeche Mode

41 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 36 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
43 ( 34 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
44 ( 43 ) BABY I NEED YOUR LOVING Ruby Turner and The Four Tops
45 ( 40 ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson
46 ( 32 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze
47 ( 29 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
48 ( NEW ) DON'T BE CRUEL Bobby Brown
49 ( 31 ) FINE TIME Yazz
50 ( NEW ) ROUND AND ROUND New Order

51 ( 51 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
52 ( 48 ) MY PREROGATIVE Bobby Brown
53 ( 47 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
54 ( 59 ) WILD THING Tone Loc
55 ( 56 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
56 ( 46 ) SYMPTOMS OF TRUE LOVE Tracie Spencer
57 ( 52 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
58 ( 49 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
59 ( 58 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
60 ( 67 ) BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN Living In A Box



61 ( 60 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
62 ( 62 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
63 ( 61 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
64 ( 53 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
65 ( NEW ) CRYIN' Vixen
66 ( 64 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
67 ( NEW ) EVERY ROSE HAS IT'S THORN Poison
68 ( 66 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
69 ( 70 ) CAN YOU KEEP A SECERET Brother Beyond
70 ( 75 ) WHEN I GROW UP Michelle-Shocked

71 ( 71 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
72 ( 72 ) WHERE DOES THE TIME GO Julia Fordham
73 ( 54 ) KISSED YOU IN THE RAIN Freiheit
74 ( NEW ) WAGES DAY Deacon Blue
75 ( NEW ) DAYS LIKE THESE Sheena Easton


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19th March 1989

3 weeks for Donna, keeps off Ma-Donna at 2, and her 3rd number 2, and what a classic. If it ever makes the UK charts again, I wouldn’t bet against it getting to number 1! Big leap for Jesus Jones and their deliciously distorted racket of pumping guitars to 8, and not the last time they’d go Top 10. Fuzzbox and their Thunderbirds tribute up to 15, Sheena Easton having a massive jump to 17 (spot TV Highlander Brit actor Adrian Paul in the video), Guns ‘n’ Roses in at 39, INXS 45, and the late great Roy with a Bono song at 47. Quietly in at 50, the influential Soul II Soul...



1 ( 1 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
2 ( 3 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
3 ( 2 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
4 ( 10 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
5 ( 5 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
6 ( 4 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
7 ( 7 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
8 ( 31 ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
9 ( 6 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
10 ( 8 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson




11 ( 14 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
12 ( 12 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
13 ( 15 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
14 ( 11 ) STOP Sam Brown
15 ( 32 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
16 ( 18 ) VERONICA Elvis Costello
17 ( 75 ) DAYS LIKE THESE Sheena Easton
18 ( 9 ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo
19 ( 22 ) CELEBRATE THE WORLD Womack And Womack
20 ( 16 ) BELFAST CHILD/ MANDELA DAY Simple Minds

21 ( 17 ) DON'T SHED A TEAR Paul Carrack
22 ( 23 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
23 ( 19 ) HEARSAY '89 Alexander O'Neal
24 ( NEW ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson
25 ( 30 ) STRAIGHT UP Paula Abdul
26 ( 26 ) IT'S OVER Gene Pitney
27 ( 34 ) FAMILY MAN Roachford
28 ( 13 ) ALBATROSS Fleetwood Mac
29 ( 20 ) ROCK ON (1989) David Essex
30 ( 50 ) ROUND AND ROUND New Order

31 ( 27 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
32 ( 25 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
33 ( 24 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
34 ( 37 ) TOO MANY BROKEN HEARTS Jason Donovan
35 ( 36 ) FALLING IN LOVE Randy Newman
36 ( 29 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
37 ( 48 ) DON'T BE CRUEL Bobby Brown
38 ( 38 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
39 ( NEW ) PARADISE CITY Guns 'n' Roses
40 ( 35 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red

41 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 21 ) ROCKET Def Leppard
43 ( 54 ) WILD THING Tone Loc
44 ( 43 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
45 ( NEW ) MYSTIFIED INXS
46 ( 28 ) EVERLASTING LOVE Howard Jones
47 ( NEW ) SHE'S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison
48 ( 39 ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
49 ( 42 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
50 ( NEW ) KEEP ON MOVIN' Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler



51 ( 33 ) TURN UP THE BASS Tyree and Kool Rock Steady
52 ( 51 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
53 ( 60 ) BLOW THE HOUSE DOWN Living In A Box
54 ( 55 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
55 ( NEW ) SLEEP TALK Alyson Williams
56 ( 59 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
57 ( 65 ) CRYIN' Vixen
58 ( 45 ) LOVE TRAIN Holly Johnson
59 ( 46 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze
60 ( 57 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark

61 ( 62 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
62 ( 61 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
63 ( 63 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
64 ( 53 ) SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY Fine Young Cannibals
65 ( 58 ) WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL Boy Meets Girl
66 ( 66 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
67 ( 47 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
68 ( 71 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
69 ( 72 ) WHERE DOES THE TIME GO Julia Fordham
70 ( 68 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies

71 ( 64 ) AS LONG AS YOU FOLLOW Fleetwood Mac
72 ( NEW ) ONE MAN Chanelle
73 ( 69 ) CAN YOU KEEP A SECERET Brother Beyond
74 ( NEW ) DON'T WALK AWAY Toni Childs
75 ( 40 ) EVERYTHING COUNTS (LIVE) Depeche Mode


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26th March 1989

In at number one, not for the first time, a bundle of Monkees tracks on an EP, headed by major classic Daydream Believer. The Monkees were one of my huge childhood obsessions, TV show, records, bubblegum cards, and the rock fraternity welcomed them in (rightly) as credible musicians and songwriters. The British scummy press, however, took offence that they had been CREATED, shock horror, and pounded that theme relentlessly for decades, sniffily ignoring the substantial body of work. By the time of punk, they were being quoted as influences and an EP charted again in 1980 and topped my chart. By 1989 they were touring the UK (I was there) back together, minus Mike, and this EP charted.

Straight in at 9, a dance classic from Coldcut which introduced Lisa Stansfield, still releasing good northern-soul/Philly-inspired records in 2014. New at 23, and really a final fling from The Bangles, but Eternal Flame is a great ballad. Back again at 34, 1988 flop Midnight Oil, Roy leaps to 18, just behind new Order, and at the tail-end of the chart a brace of variable cover versions. Pat & Mick sounds like the punchline to a very non-PC joke from the 70’s, but it was actually 2 DJ’s who should have known better. Slap!



1 ( NEW ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
2 ( 2 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
3 ( 1 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
4 ( 3 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
5 ( 4 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
6 ( 5 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
7 ( 7 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
8 ( 6 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
9 ( NEW ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield
10 ( 15 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox



11 ( 10 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson
12 ( 9 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
13 ( 8 ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
14 ( 13 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
15 ( 12 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
16 ( 17 ) DAYS LIKE THESE Sheena Easton
17 ( 30 ) ROUND AND ROUND New Order
18 ( 47 ) SHE'S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison
19 ( 11 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
20 ( 25 ) STRAIGHT UP Paula Abdul

21 ( 14 ) STOP Sam Brown
22 ( 22 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
23 ( NEW ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
24 ( 16 ) VERONICA Elvis Costello
25 ( 27 ) FAMILY MAN Roachford
26 ( 18 ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo
27 ( 31 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
28 ( 37 ) DON'T BE CRUEL Bobby Brown
29 ( 20 ) BELFAST CHILD/ MANDELA DAY Simple Minds
30 ( 39 ) PARADISE CITY Guns 'n' Roses



31 ( 24 ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson
32 ( 19 ) CELEBRATE THE WORLD Womack And Womack
33 ( 34 ) TOO MANY BROKEN HEARTS Jason Donovan
34 ( NEW ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
35 ( 72 ) ONE MAN Chanelle
36 ( 38 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
37 ( 32 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
38 ( 55 ) SLEEP TALK Alyson Williams
39 ( 21 ) DON'T SHED A TEAR Paul Carrack
40 ( 28 ) ALBATROSS Fleetwood Mac

41 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 36 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
43 ( 33 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
44 ( 50 ) KEEP ON MOVIN' Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
45 ( 45 ) MYSTIFIED INXS
46 ( 23 ) HEARSAY '89 Alexander O'Neal
47 ( 26 ) IT'S OVER Gene Pitney
48 ( 40 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red
49 ( 44 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
50 ( 35 ) FALLING IN LOVE Randy Newman

51 ( 29 ) ROCK ON (1989) David Essex
52 ( 52 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
53 ( 43 ) WILD THING Tone Loc
54 ( 54 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
55 ( 48 ) THE PRICE OF LOVE '89 Bryan Ferry
56 ( 56 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
57 ( NEW ) HAVEN'T STOPPED DANCING YET Pat & Mick
58 ( 49 ) FOUR LETTER WORD Kim Wilde
59 ( NEW ) ONLY THE LONELY T'Pau
60 ( 42 ) ROCKET Def Leppard

61 ( 62 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
62 ( 61 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
63 ( 63 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
64 ( 60 ) DOWNTOWN '88 Petula Clark
65 ( 73 ) CAN YOU KEEP A SECERET Brother Beyond
66 ( 66 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
67 ( 68 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
68 ( NEW ) IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW Simply Red
69 ( 51 ) TURN UP THE BASS Tyree and Kool Rock Steady
70 ( NEW ) GOT TO GET YOU BACK Kym Mazelle

71 ( 70 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
72 ( 67 ) THE LOVER IN ME Sheena Easton
73 ( NEW ) THE GOLDEN CALF Prefab Sprout
74 ( 74 ) DON'T WALK AWAY Toni Childs
75 ( 59 ) BREAK 4 LOVE Raze


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2nd April 1989

My grandma was still ill in hospital in Liverpool, and by now I’d got a hire car to replace my nearly-written-off car crashed metro. I really felt I ought to go and see Grandma, but my parents were arranging to bring her down to Dorset as soon as she was well enough to travel. That sounded positive so I felt guilty, but stayed local to see my childhood heroes The Monkees, who were playing Bournemouth (minus Mike Nesmith), my last chance to see them I thought. They were fabulous, entertaining, and nostalgic all at once, and dia host of fave album tracks along withe singles. The net effect was Like A Prayer, a major classic Madonna single was held at 2 for a third week behind the Monkees EP.

Lisa Stansfield announced her Top 5 presence with Coldcut, The Bangles were back with a great ballad at 8, their 5th Top 10 and The Bee Gees extended their run of Top 10’s to 21 years with the flop Ordinary People.

New entries, Johnny Nash’s 1972 classic was back at 13, Holly Johnson gets his 2nd Top 20 hit of the year at 16 and Yello come back on a great run of singles with their best record, Of Course I’m Lying, at 24. The The get one of their occasional Top 40 hits, cynically, at 29, and Fine Young Cannibals on a roll enter at 36 with the fab Good Thing. Transvision Vamp get a 2nd great Top 40 hit at 39, Roxette debut at 44 with the Look, and give the chart quite the European flavour, one of many acts peppering the charts. Lots of other fave chart act comebacks lower down, the one holding up the best these days being Swing Out Sister’s 60’s retro You On My Mind.



1 ( 1 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
2 ( 2 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
3 ( 3 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
4 ( 9 ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield
5 ( 5 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
6 ( 22 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
7 ( 4 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
8 ( 23 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
9 ( 6 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
10 ( 31 ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson

11 ( 10 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
12 ( 18 ) SHE'S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison
13 ( NEW ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW '89 Johnny Nash
14 ( 7 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
15 ( 8 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
16 ( NEW ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
17 ( 17 ) ROUND AND ROUND New Order
18 ( 15 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
19 ( 20 ) STRAIGHT UP Paula Abdul
20 ( 25 ) FAMILY MAN Roachford




21 ( 11 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson
22 ( 13 ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
23 ( 12 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
24 ( NEW ) OF COURSE I'M LYING Yello
25 ( 28 ) DON'T BE CRUEL Bobby Brown
26 ( 16 ) DAYS LIKE THESE Sheena Easton
27 ( 21 ) STOP Sam Brown
28 ( 14 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
29 ( NEW ) THE BEAT(EN) GENERATION The The
30 ( 30 ) PARADISE CITY Guns 'n' Roses




31 ( 19 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
32 ( 34 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
33 ( 27 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
34 ( 26 ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo
35 ( 57 ) HAVEN'T STOPPED DANCING YET Pat & Mick
36 ( NEW ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
37 ( NEW ) MUSICAL FREEDOM (MOVIN' ON UP) Paul Simpson featuring Adeva
38 ( 38 ) SLEEP TALK Alyson Williams
39 ( NEW ) BABY I DON'T CARE Transvision Vamp
40 ( 44 ) KEEP ON MOVIN' Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler




41 ( 36 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
42 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
43 ( 33 ) TOO MANY BROKEN HEARTS Jason Donovan
44 ( NEW ) THE LOOK Roxette
45 ( 45 ) MYSTIFIED INXS
46 ( NEW ) FIREWOMAN The Cult
47 ( 29 ) BELFAST CHILD/ MANDELA DAY Simple Minds
48 ( 37 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
49 ( 65 ) CAN YOU KEEP A SECERET Brother Beyond
50 ( 59 ) ONLY THE LONELY T'Pau

51 ( 24 ) VERONICA Elvis Costello
52 ( 52 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
53 ( 49 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
54 ( NEW ) ONLY THE MOMENT Marc Almond
55 ( 54 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
56 ( 42 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
57 ( NEW ) DANCERAMA Sigue Sigue Sputnik
58 ( 56 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
59 ( 48 ) IT'S ONLY LOVE Simply Red
60 ( 43 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac

61 ( 61 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
62 ( 35 ) ONE MAN Chanelle
63 ( 62 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
64 ( NEW ) BEAUTY'S ONLY SKIN DEEP Aswad
65 ( 67 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
66 ( 66 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
67 ( 63 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
68 ( 40 ) ALBATROSS Fleetwood Mac
69 ( 70 ) GOT TO GET YOU BACK Kym Mazelle
70 ( NEW ) THIS IS YOUR LIFE The Blow Monkeys

71 ( NEW ) MAN NO MORE The Senators
72 ( 71 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
73 ( NEW ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
74 ( NEW ) FOREST FIRE Lloyd Cole & The Commotions
75 ( NEW ) REAL LOVE Jody Watley

THE MONKEES LIVE AT THE BOURNEMOUTH INTERNATIONAL CENTRE
1. Valleri
2. Listen To The Band
3. She
4. Last Train To Clarksville
5. A Little Bit Me A Little Bit You
6. Aunty Grizelda
7. I'm A Believer
8. Daydream Believer
9. Alternate Title
10. The Monkees Theme


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9th April 1989

After weeks in hospital my grandma died on 4th April, which was pretty much the first traumatic death of my life, as she’d always been there. Mum and dad had rushed up to Liverpool but arrived too late, and I got the call during an episode of MASH, The Nurses, which Ive never been able to sit through since. My sister-in-law and niece and nephew were living with me at the time, and Sue rushed upstairs crying. It hit me shortly afterwards.

Music wasn’t uppermost in my mind, except inasmuch as I took refuge in music from the 70’s, oldies, remixes, samples or covers, happier times and those records did better in my chart, which I sort of zombie compiled later in the week. Records I associated with grandma’s illness or reminded me of the forthcoming funeral and cremation with sad lyrics dropped. Not many new entries, as a result of not much radio listening, but notable Yello hitting the right mood with me, up to 4, Marc Almond up to 30 and a bit of oddness at 2 from Kon Kan, which was both diverting and nostalgic (with the Lynn Anderson sample). Videos are those fitting my mood at the time...

1 ( 1 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
2 ( 5 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
3 ( 4 ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield
4 ( 24 ) OF COURSE I'M LYING Yello
5 ( 6 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
6 ( 13 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW '89 Johnny Nash
7 ( 2 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
8 ( 8 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
9 ( 16 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
10 ( 10 ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson




11 ( 3 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
12 ( 12 ) SHE'S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison
13 ( 7 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
14 ( 9 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
15 ( 11 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
16 ( 29 ) THE BEAT(EN) GENERATION The The
17 ( 36 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
18 ( 18 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
19 ( 37 ) MUSICAL FREEDOM (MOVIN' ON UP) Paul Simpson featuring Adeva
20 ( 25 ) DON'T BE CRUEL Bobby Brown



21 ( 15 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
22 ( 17 ) ROUND AND ROUND New Order
23 ( 59 ) IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW Simply Red
24 ( 20 ) FAMILY MAN Roachford
25 ( 14 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
26 ( 19 ) STRAIGHT UP Paula Abdul
27 ( 21 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson
28 ( 23 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
29 ( 39 ) BABY I DON'T CARE Transvision Vamp
30 ( 54 ) ONLY THE MOMENT Marc Almond



31 ( 27 ) STOP Sam Brown
32 ( 44 ) THE LOOK Roxette
33 ( 45 ) MYSTIFIED INXS
34 ( 30 ) PARADISE CITY Guns 'n' Roses
35 ( 22 ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
36 ( 40 ) KEEP ON MOVIN' Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
37 ( 33 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
38 ( 26 ) DAYS LIKE THESE Sheena Easton
39 ( 28 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
40 ( 31 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas

41 ( 42 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 41 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
43 ( 50 ) ONLY THE LONELY T'Pau
44 ( 35 ) HAVEN'T STOPPED DANCING YET Pat & Mick
45 ( 49 ) CAN YOU KEEP A SECERET Brother Beyond
46 ( 46 ) FIREWOMAN The Cult
47 ( 34 ) HELP! Bananarama and La Na Nee Nee Noo Noo
48 ( 73 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
49 ( 64 ) BEAUTY'S ONLY SKIN DEEP Aswad
50 ( 32 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil



51 ( 52 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
52 ( 57 ) DANCERAMA Sigue Sigue Sputnik
53 ( 38 ) SLEEP TALK Alyson Williams
54 ( 48 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
55 ( 55 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
56 ( 53 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
57 ( 69 ) GOT TO GET YOU BACK Kym Mazelle
58 ( 58 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
59 ( NEW ) WITH EVERY HEARTBEAT Five Star
60 ( 61 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies

61 ( 60 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
62 ( 56 ) THAT'S THE WAY LOVE IS Ten City
63 ( 63 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
64 ( 47 ) BELFAST CHILD/ MANDELA DAY Simple Minds
65 ( 65 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
66 ( 66 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
67 ( 71 ) MAN NO MORE The Senators
68 ( 67 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
69 ( 51 ) VERONICA Elvis Costello
70 ( NEW ) DON'T WALK AWAY Toni Childs

71 ( NEW ) DEVOTION Ten City
72 ( 68 ) ALBATROSS Fleetwood Mac
73 ( 72 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
74 ( 75 ) REAL LOVE Jody Watley
75 ( NEW ) LET THE RIVER RUN Carly Simon


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two standout tracks for me People Hold On and Family Man (Cuddly Toy was Roachfords worst song and unfortunatley their biggest hit and the one radio always play sleep.gif )

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QUOTE(fiesta @ May 2 2014, 01:48 PM) *
two standout tracks for me People Hold On and Family Man (Cuddly Toy was Roachfords worst song and unfortunatley their biggest hit and the one radio always play sleep.gif )


Hi Fiesta, yes People Hold On is a great record, really should have been a chart-topper, and yes I preferred Family Man to Cuddly Toy too, never really got that one, though I quite liked it it I never loved it. cool.gif
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16th April 1989

Things returning chart-wise a little to normal, after grandma's funeral, and glad to be back to work and diverted in our team of 4 surveying Parks and Gardens in Bournemouth, drawing up plans and maintenance schedules.

Music-wise, mostly minor shuffling of chart positions, apart from new entries, and still nostalgia is high with Jigsaw's remix of the fab 1975 Top 3 hit for me, Sky High. Roy gets a second posthumous new Top 10 hit, much deserved, and Soul II Soul finally get moving into the 20 along with INXS, who remain mystified at all the great tracks on one album. The Cookie Crew sample classic Edwin Starr and pop in at 24, and the Blow Monkeys re-enter much higher, at 31.

Peter Noone covers his old Herman's Hermits classic for a movie comedy and gets a hit (it's not a patch on the original though), while the great Kirsty and Cure enter inside the 50. Two rock acts provide a duet opportunity for veteran soul/blues stars: Elton & Aretha, and U2 & B.B. King, both perfectly fine, but not classic, singles. Finally, two new acts slide in at the bottom, De La Soul and Texas. TBC.


1 ( 1 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
2 ( 2 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
3 ( 5 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
4 ( 4 ) OF COURSE I'M LYING Yello
5 ( 9 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
6 ( 8 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
7 ( 3 ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield
8 ( 10 ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson
9 ( 6 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW '89 Johnny Nash
10 ( 12 ) SHE'S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison

11 ( NEW ) SKY HIGH (REMIX) Jigsaw
12 ( 7 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
13 ( 19 ) MUSICAL FREEDOM (MOVIN' ON UP) Paul Simpson featuring Adeva
14 ( 11 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
15 ( 17 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
16 ( 13 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
17 ( 36 ) KEEP ON MOVIN' Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
18 ( 18 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
19 ( 33 ) MYSTIFIED INXS
20 ( 23 ) IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW Simply Red




21 ( 14 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
22 ( 15 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
23 ( 21 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
24 ( NEW ) GOT TO KEEP ON The Cookie Crew featuring Edwin Starr
25 ( 43 ) ONLY THE LONELY T'Pau
26 ( 20 ) DON'T BE CRUEL Bobby Brown
27 ( 29 ) BABY I DON'T CARE Transvision Vamp
28 ( 50 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
29 ( 16 ) THE BEAT(EN) GENERATION The The
30 ( 30 ) ONLY THE MOMENT Marc Almond

31 ( RE ) THIS IS YOUR LIFE The Blow Monkeys
32 ( 32 ) THE LOOK Roxette
33 ( 25 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
34 ( 48 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
35 ( 31 ) STOP Sam Brown
36 ( 67 ) MAN NO MORE The Senators
37 ( 28 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
38 ( 27 ) LEAVE ME ALONE Michael Jackson
39 ( 49 ) BEAUTY'S ONLY SKIN DEEP Aswad
40 ( 22 ) ROUND AND ROUND New Order

41 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
42 ( 42 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
43 ( 37 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
44 ( 24 ) FAMILY MAN Roachford
45 ( 26 ) STRAIGHT UP Paula Abdul
46 ( NEW ) I'M INTO SOMETHING GOOD Peter Noone
47 ( 35 ) INFO FREAKO Jesus Jones
48 ( NEW ) FREE WORLD Kirsty Maccoll
49 ( 40 ) I DON'T WANT A LOVER Texas
50 ( NEW ) LULLABY The Cure




51 ( 51 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
52 ( 38 ) DAYS LIKE THESE Sheena Easton
53 ( 39 ) INDESTRUCTIBLE The Four Tops featuring Smokey Robinson
54 ( 55 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
55 ( NEW ) THROUGH THE STORM Aretha Franklin and Elton John
56 ( NEW ) WHAT DOES IT TAKE Then Jericho
57 ( NEW ) WHEN LOVE COMES TO TOWN U2 featuring B.B. King
58 ( 56 ) LEFT TO MY OWN DEVICES Pet Shop Boys
59 ( 59 ) WITH EVERY HEARTBEAT Five Star
60 ( 60 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies

61 ( 58 ) I WISH U HEAVEN Prince
62 ( 74 ) REAL LOVE Jody Watley
63 ( 63 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
64 ( 65 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
65 ( 71 ) DEVOTION Ten City
66 ( 66 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
67 ( 61 ) HOLD ME Fleetwood Mac
68 ( 54 ) WAIT Robert Howard and Kym Mazelle
69 ( NEW ) ELECTRIC YOUTH Debbie Gibson
70 ( NEW ) MA AND PA Fishbone

71 ( NEW ) WHO'S IN THE HOUSE Beatmasters featuring Merlin
72 ( 73 ) HE AIN'T HEAVY...HE'S MY BROTHER The Hollies
73 ( 68 ) DOMINO DANCING Pet Shop Boys
74 ( NEW ) ME MYSELF AND I De La Soul
75 ( NEW ) THE THRILL HAS GONE Texas




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23rd April 1989

5 weeks on top for The Monkees. Daydream Believer had now had 8 weeks in total on top and was one of the all-time long-runs. The Beatles re-enter at 3 with the 20th anniversary re-release of Get Back. Top 10 in 1969, 1974, 1976 this is the 4th occasion for the classic Fabs track, and what with the Bee Gees in the Top, bit of a 60’s bands reunion going on.

There’s also a host of new entries, most bizarrely from Uriah Heep, 70’s prog rockers charting for the first (and last) time ever long after the event with a cover of the 1971 Argent classic. Keeping up with the oldies, Chaka Khan’s 1979 Top 20 comes back remixed at 25, insisting she’s still every woman. I don’t think she is! Veteran comebacks: 50‘s Legends The Shads at 55; 60’s legend Carole King at 40; 60’s legend Diana Ross at 73; 60‘s legend Tom Jones; 70’s acts: Rod, Pretenders, Bryan Ferry, Stevie Nicks. The only one of real consequence though is Stevie Nicks, and she really is on fire with this brilliant single at 30.

Back in the 80’s, the late London Boys’ best single enters at 34 with the rather sadly-aptly-titled Requiem, Duran at 35, Cyndi Lauper at 59 with the fab I Drove All Night. Sadly for her, the timeless Roy Orbison had already cut a version which would eventually come out and overshadow hers. Simple Minds have a decent soundalike follow-up to Belfast Child, and Edelweiss follow in the footsteps of Kon Kan’s cut-up, ‘aving a laff, novelty footsteps. How very Swiss.


1 ( 1 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
2 ( 6 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
3 ( NEW ) GET BACK The Beatles with Billy Preston
4 ( 5 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
5 ( 3 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
6 ( 4 ) OF COURSE I'M LYING Yello
7 ( 2 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
8 ( 15 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
9 ( 24 ) GOT TO KEEP ON The Cookie Crew featuring Edwin Starr
10 ( 7 ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield

11 ( 32 ) THE LOOK Roxette
12 ( 28 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil
13 ( 8 ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson
14 ( 17 ) KEEP ON MOVIN' Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
15 ( 14 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
16 ( 12 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
17 ( 19 ) MYSTIFIED INXS
18 ( 13 ) MUSICAL FREEDOM (MOVIN' ON UP) Paul Simpson featuring Adeva
19 ( 27 ) BABY I DON'T CARE Transvision Vamp
20 ( 55 ) THROUGH THE STORM Aretha Franklin and Elton John



21 ( 16 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
22 ( 10 ) SHE'S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison
23 ( 9 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW '89 Johnny Nash
24 ( 34 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
25 ( NEW ) I'M EVERY WOMAN '89 Chaka Khan
26 ( 23 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
27 ( 18 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
28 ( 50 ) LULLABY The Cure
29 ( 31 ) THIS IS YOUR LIFE The Blow Monkeys
30 ( NEW ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks

31 ( 11 ) SKY HIGH (REMIX) Jigsaw
32 ( 21 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
33 ( 36 ) MAN NO MORE The Senators
34 ( NEW ) REQUIEM The London Boys
35 ( NEW ) DO YOU BELIEVE IN SHAME Duran Duran
36 ( 25 ) ONLY THE LONELY T'Pau
37 ( NEW ) AIN'T NOBODY BETTER Inner City
38 ( 33 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
39 ( 22 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
40 ( NEW ) CITY LIGHTS Carole King



41 ( 56 ) WHAT DOES IT TAKE Then Jericho
42 ( 41 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
43 ( 35 ) STOP Sam Brown
44 ( 42 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
45 ( 71 ) WHO'S IN THE HOUSE Beatmasters featuring Merlin
46 ( 48 ) FREE WORLD Kirsty Maccoll
47 ( 43 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
48 ( 57 ) WHEN LOVE COMES TO TOWN U2 featuring B.B. King
49 ( 20 ) IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW Simply Red
50 ( 37 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde

51 ( 62 ) REAL LOVE Jody Watley
52 ( NEW ) HOLD YOUR HEAD UP Uriah Heep
53 ( 51 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
54 ( NEW ) WHERE HAS ALL THE LOVE GONE Yazz
55 ( NEW ) MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON The Shadows
56 ( 54 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
57 ( 38 ) LEAVE ME ALONE MIchael Jackson
58 ( 69 ) ELECTRIC YOUTH Debbie Gibson
59 ( NEW ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
60 ( 75 ) THE THRILL HAS GONE Texas



61 ( 60 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
62 ( NEW ) MOVE CLOSER Tom Jones
63 ( 74 ) ME MYSELF AND I De La Soul
64 ( 63 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
65 ( ) FOREST FIRE (REMIX) Lloyd Cole & The Commotions
66 ( 64 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
67 ( NEW ) MY HEART CAN'T TELL YOU NO Rod Stewart
68 ( NEW ) WINDOWS ON YOUR WORLD The Pretenders
69 ( NEW ) HEAVEN HELP ME Deon Estus
70 ( 66 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield

71 ( NEW ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss
72 ( NEW ) THIS IS YOUR LAND Simple Minds
73 ( NEW ) WORKING OVERTIME Diana Ross
74 ( NEW ) ELISABETH'S EYES Nik Kershaw
75 ( NEW ) HE'LL HAVE TO GO Bryan Ferry


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30th April 1989

An unexpected number one for the Bee Gees latest (flop) single, the lead track off the (flop) album One. It was a sort of tribute to late younger brother Andy, and the theme of loss hit a note with my mood at the time, but it's a good song anyway. At that time, it was the Bee Gees 4th topper, though they had had many runners-up.

Dance (House) music starting to make inroads into the generally lacklustre pop music scene, ahead of the 90's surge of piano-tinkly-fused jangly dance tracks. Here, Beatmasters, Inner City and others leading the charge. New entries meanwhile from hero Paul McCartney and his Elvis Costello co-write My Brave Face, Tom Petty and his Jeff Lynne-produced I Won't Back Down, and a Beach Boys oldie duet between the Everly Brothers and the Beach Boys.

Nik Kershaw heads back into the 40 with a decent pop single, though as it didn't sell he gave up the pop singing and moved into pop writing and producing, courtesy of Chesney Hawkes. Sam Brown follows up her topper with a fab Marvin Gaye cover, Can I Get A Witness, while superstars drop in low (Kylie, Queen, Stevie, Morrissey) - some will go up, but just how far, given I wasn't that fussed by any of them initially, remains to be seen in May...



1 ( 5 ) ORDINARY PEOPLE The Bee Gees
2 ( 2 ) ETERNAL FLAME The Bangles
3 ( 1 ) DAYDREAM BELIEVER/ A LITTLE BIT ME A LITTLE BIT YOU/ MONKEES THEME The Monkees
4 ( 4 ) AMERICANOS Holly Johnson
5 ( 8 ) GOOD THING Fine Young Cannibals
6 ( 3 ) GET BACK The Beatles with Billy Preston
7 ( 9 ) GOT TO KEEP ON The Cookie Crew featuring Edwin Starr
8 ( 11 ) THE LOOK Roxette
9 ( 7 ) I BEG YOUR PARDON Kon Kan
10 ( 12 ) BEDS ARE BURNING Midnight Oil

11 ( 45 ) WHO'S IN THE HOUSE Beatmasters featuring Merlin
12 ( 6 ) OF COURSE I'M LYING Yello
13 ( 19 ) BABY I DON'T CARE Transvision Vamp
14 ( 10 ) PEOPLE HOLD ON Coldcut featuring Lisa Stansfield
15 ( 37 ) AIN'T NOBODY BETTER Inner City
16 ( 28 ) LULLABY The Cure
17 ( 34 ) REQUIEM The London Boys
18 ( 36 ) ONLY THE LONELY T'Pau
19 ( 24 ) YOU ON MY MIND Swing Out Sister
20 ( 20 ) THROUGH THE STORM Aretha Franklin and Elton John



21 ( 15 ) THIS TIME I KNOW IT'S FOR REAL Donna Summer
22 ( 16 ) LIKE A PRAYER Madonna
23 ( 13 ) THIS TIME Kiara with Shanice Wilson
24 ( 30 ) ROOMS ON FIRE Stevie Nicks
25 ( 25 ) I'M EVERY WOMAN '89 Chaka Khan
26 ( 21 ) STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
27 ( 14 ) KEEP ON MOVIN' Soul II Soul featuring Caron Wheeler
28 ( 17 ) MYSTIFIED INXS
29 ( 26 ) NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED Dusty Springfield
30 ( 71 ) BRING ME EDELWEISS Edelweiss

31 ( NEW ) MY BRAVE FACE Paul McCartney
32 ( 18 ) MUSICAL FREEDOM (MOVIN' ON UP) Paul Simpson featuring Adeva
33 ( NEW ) I WON'T BACK DOWN Tom Petty
34 ( 22 ) SHE'S A MYSTERY TO ME Roy Orbison
35 ( NEW ) DON'T WORRY BABY The Everly Brothers and The Beach Boys
36 ( 23 ) I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW '89 Johnny Nash
37 ( 74 ) ELISABETH'S EYES Nik Kershaw
38 ( 38 ) END OF THE LINE Traveling Wilbury's
39 ( 54 ) WHERE HAS ALL THE LOVE GONE Yazz
40 ( 27 ) CAN'T STAY AWAY FROM YOU Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine




41 ( 35 ) DO YOU BELIEVE IN SHAME Duran Duran
42 ( 32 ) HEY MUSIC LOVER S'Express
43 ( 42 ) HEY JUDE The Beatles
44 ( 29 ) THIS IS YOUR LIFE The Blow Monkeys
45 ( 44 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
46 ( 58 ) ELECTRIC YOUTH Debbie Gibson
47 ( 33 ) MAN NO MORE The Senators
48 ( 60 ) THE THRILL HAS GONE Texas
49 ( 43 ) STOP Sam Brown
50 ( 67 ) MY HEART CAN'T TELL YOU NO Rod Stewart

51 ( 47 ) YOU GOT IT Roy Orbison
52 ( 52 ) HOLD YOUR HEAD UP Uriah Heep
53 ( 53 ) LITTLE LIES Fleetwood Mac
54 ( 50 ) LOVE IN THE NATURAL WAY Kim Wilde
55 ( 39 ) INTERNATIONAL RESCUE Fuzzbox
56 ( 72 ) THIS IS YOUR LAND Simple Minds
57 ( 63 ) ME MYSELF AND I De La Soul
58 ( 56 ) HELLO GOODBYE The Beatles
59 ( 59 ) I DROVE ALL NIGHT Cyndi Lauper
60 ( 40 ) CITY STREETS Carole King

61 ( 61 ) SUGAR SUGAR The Archies
62 ( 62 ) MOVE CLOSER Tom Jones
63 ( 55 ) MOUNTAINS OF THE MOON The Shadows
64 ( 41 ) WHAT DOES IT TAKE Then Jericho
65 ( 48 ) WHEN LOVE COMES TO TOWN U2 featuring B.B. King
66 ( 64 ) YOU CAME Kim Wilde
67 ( 66 ) HEART Pet Shop Boys
68 ( NEW ) LOLLY LOLLY Wendy And Lisa
69 ( 49 ) IF YOU DON'T KNOW ME BY NOW Simply Red
70 ( NEW ) CAN I GET A WITNESS Sam Brown




71 ( NEW ) HAND ON YOUR HEART Kylie Minogue
72 ( 70 ) WHAT HAVE I DONE (TO DESERVE THIS) Pet Shop Boys/ Dusty Springfield
73 ( NEW ) FREE Stevie Wonder
74 ( NEW ) I WANT IT ALL Queen
75 ( NEW ) INTERESTING DRUG Morrissey


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