‘The Old Chart Show’ Playlist…

Here’s the Playlist for this week’s ‘Old Chart Show’ on Southampton Hospital Broadcasting – www.sohba.org – which airs every Sunday, from 6 to 7pm. The show features nothing but UK Chart Number 1′s from the very first chart, published on 14th November 1952, to the present day.

14th September 2014

  1. “Here In My Heart” – Al Martino (9 weeks at #1, from November 1952 to January 1953 – the first ever UK chart Number 1.
  2. “Video Killed The Radio Star” – The Buggles (1 week, October 1979)
  3. “Some Might Say” – Oasis (1 week, May 1995)
  4. Somebody That I Used To Know” – Gotye Ft. Kimbra (5 weeks, February/March 2012)
  5. “Maneater” – Nelly Furtado (3 weeks, June/July 2006)
  6. “The Land Of Make Believe” – Bucks Fizz (2 weeks, January 1982)
  7. “Shakin’ All Over” – Johnny Kidd & The Pirates (1 week, August 1960)
  8. “I Believe I Can Fly” – R Kelly (3 weeks, April/May 1997)
  9. “Barbados” – Typically Tropical (1 week, August 1975)
  10. “Magic Moments” – Perry Como (8 weeks, February to April 1958)
  11. The Mystery Lyric – Can you identify the Artist & Track title from the lyric below? *
  12. “Easy Lover” – Philip Bailey & Phil Collins (4 weeks, March/April 1985)
  13. “Whole Again” – Atomic Kitten (4 weeks, February/March 2001)
  14. TBC …
  15. FILLER (if needed): “Albatross” – Fleetwood Mac (1 week, January/February 1969)

* This weeks’ Mystery Lyric is “Now if you feel that you can’t go on, because all of your hope is gone…”Can you identify the Artist & Track title that the lyric comes from?

* 15th September 2014 Mystery Lyric answer – The Four Tops – “Reach Out, I’ll Be There”. (3 weeks, October/November 1966) Did you get it?

† If available, this will usually be the #1 single from the past 7 days.

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