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What was number 1 the day you were born?

Maximus

Gold Member
#1
We played this at work - some right old tunes came out - I even made a compilation for the team lol.

Mine was Baby Love by the Supremes (November 1964)

What was yours? - just give your date of birth if you don't know and I will find it for you:)

Please bear in mind, the first UK charts were November 1952, so anyone over 58 years of age will have to use the American Charts;)
 
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fillymum

synful soul
#2
l Dexter & his Troopers Pistol Packin' Mama 1943 US Billboard 1 - 1943 (34 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Aug 1943 (17 weeks), US 1 for 1 week - Oct 1943, U


Quite appropriate I think!!! lol.
 

Shrimpy

Gold Member
#4
#5
The Beatles - double 'A' side - Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby.
 

lolacola

Silver Member
#6
Mine was Merry Christmas Everyone" by Shakin' Stevens.

I was born 25/12/1985
 
#8
mine was SWEET - blockbuster. 24/2/1973

just saw the video for it and remember the song well.

my daughters was MIKA - grace kelly 1/02/2007 love this song,
when she was born i was listening to Green day was playing on the radio Boulevard of broken dreams.
 
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Maximus

Gold Member
#11
l Dexter & his Troopers Pistol Packin' Mama 1943 US Billboard 1 - 1943 (34 weeks), US 1940s 1 - Aug 1943 (17 weeks), US 1 for 1 week - Oct 1943, U


Quite appropriate I think!!! lol.
Wow that's proper old;) I bet you remember vinyl and windy-up phonograms and stuff mumsy:p

Isn't it funny how I remember that tune for a Rowntrees fruit pastle's ad? (probably in 70s/80s)

Michelle My Bell, but by the Tremolos & not The Beatles.

I did used to get people singing it to me lots when I was younger:D
That would have been the The Overlanders, not the Tremeloes as they had the number 1.

Apologies, I love pop trivia and can bore people for hours with it:eek:
 
#15
Wow that's proper old;) I bet you remember vinyl and windy-up phonograms and stuff mumsy:p

Isn't it funny how I remember that tune for a Rowntrees fruit pastle's ad? (probably in 70s/80s)



That would have been the The Overlanders, not the Tremeloes as they had the number 1.

Apologies, I love pop trivia and can bore people for hours with it:eek:

Oh yes the Overlanders:doh:
 
#16
The Number 1 single was:
The Tornados - "Telstar"


The Number 1 album was:
Kenny Ball, Chris Barber & Acker Bilk - "The Best Of Ball, Barber And Bilk
 

Kwise1

 THE WISE ONE 
#20
Mouldy Old Dough by Lieutenant Pigeon

Never heard of it - a few months earlier it would have been T-Rex - much better!!


Little Jimmy Osmond Long Haired Lover From Liverpool 19-12-1972
Chuck Berry My Ding A Ling 21-11-1972
Gilbert OSullivan Clair 07-11-1972
Lieutenant Pigeon Mouldy Old Dough 10-10-1972
David Cassidy How Can I Be Sure 26-09-1972
Slade Mama Were All Crazee Now 05-09-1972
Rod Stewart You Wear It Well 29-08-1972
Alice Cooper Schools Out 08-08-1972
Donny Osmond Puppy Love 04-07-1972
Slade Take Me Bak Ome 27-06-1972
Don McLean Vincent 13-06-1972
T.Rex Metal Guru 16-05-1972
The Pipes and Drums and Military Band of The Royal Scots... Amazing Grace 11-04-1972
Nilsson Without You 07-03-1972
Chicory Tip Son Of My Father 15-02-1972
T.Rex Telegram Sam 01-02-1972
The New Seekers Id Like To Teach The World To Sing 04-01-1972

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