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A couple of other interesting entries in this chart of 13 June 1971 in which Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep was the song on everyone’s lips was Sweet whose ‘ Co-Co‘ ushered in Glam Rock, and at No. He’s straining so much to hit the notes Stevie Wonder hits so effortlessly, it looks like he might to shit himself. he also arranged and conducted Spain’s runner-up entry to the 1971 Eurovision Song Contest En Un Mundo Nuevo ( In a New World) sung by the lovely Karina.

At the time CCCC it was the longest song ever to reach the top spot, which, I suppose, is some minor claim to fame. The formula was exactly the same, an MOR classic, this time You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’, with Telly’s sultry vocals and a Mantovi-type orchestral strings backing.Features of the act include dropping or hitting the baby, Judy and Punch battering each other with the ‘slapstick’ (some saw this as domestic violence) and included malevolent characters such Jack Ketch, the Hangman, a ghost, a skeleton and the devil.

He then made it into West End musicals including starring roles in Hair and Jesus Christ Superstar amongst many other musical shows. The Arsenal squad which won the double in 1971 released ‘ Good Old Arsenal‘ with words by a certain Jimmy Hill to the tune of ‘ Rule Brittania. Anyone who has read this section of my little blog space will know that some of the titles featured are records which should have been strangled before birth.My own memory of Mozart 40 is actually a favourable one, but only as viewed through that rosy prism of nostalgia. Stevie Wonder’s song is a hugely personal one, celebrating the birth of his daughter and, again, you have to ask why he’d let some bozo in the UK have it, that’s if he was ever consulted, though his status at Motown suggested he must have had a say.

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