Do you remember Papa’s Got a Brand New Bagpipe? ALWYN TURNER does.
ALWYN TURNER looks at the charts from 45 years ago and finds Mike Batt, Roger Whittaker and Leo Sayer – but mostly it’s Kenny.
Delilah, Barbados and the rough end of a pineapple – the charts were odd in August 1975, reflects ALWYN TURNER.
ALWYN TURNER revisits more of the music of his childhood: 10cc, Mud, Gary Glitter, the Top of the Pops Orchestra…
Mike Batt, Paper Lace, Mr Big, the Surprise Sisters & many more. ALWYN TURNER rounds up some failed 45s from 1975.
Can it be that it was all so simple then? ALWYN TURNER looks at the charts of 45 years ago, and tries to remember.
Running foxes, dogs that need loving, gibbons with funk… ALWYN TURNER finds the top 10 from 45 years ago teeming with wildlife.
Who was in the charts 45 years ago? wonders ALWYN TURNER. Well, there was Fox, the Rollers, Guys ‘n’ Dolls…
Pilot, the Glitter Band, Johnny Wakelin… It must be the top ten from 45 years ago, concludes ALWYN TURNER
The Bump, the Quo and ALWYN TURNER’s second favourite guitar solo.
ALWYN TURNER remembers the top 10 from the lonely, yet Wombling, Christmas of 45 years ago.
ALWYN TURNER wonders if it can really be 45 years since the Rollers, the Rubettes and David Essex were in the chart.