• EURYTHMICS - THERE MUST BE AN ANGEL

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    THERE MUST BE AN ANGEL - EURYTHMICS

  • DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - I JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO

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    I JUST DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO - DUSTY SPRINGFIELD

  • Nicolette Larson - LOTTA LOVE

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    LOTTA LOVE - Nicolette Larson

  • JAMES TAYLOR - FIRE AND RAIN

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    FIRE AND RAIN - JAMES TAYLOR

  • STEVE WINWOOD - VALERIE

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    VALERIE - STEVE WINWOOD

  • THE BEATLES - BALLAD OF JOHN & YOKO

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    BALLAD OF JOHN & YOKO - THE BEATLES

  • WILL TO POWER - BABY, I LOVE YOUR WAY

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    BABY, I LOVE YOUR WAY - WILL TO POWER

  • HOT CHOCOLATE - YOU SEXY THING

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    YOU SEXY THING - HOT CHOCOLATE

  • GORDON LIGHTFOOT - SUNDOWN

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    SUNDOWN - GORDON LIGHTFOOT

  • CHICAGO - HARD TO SAY I'M SORRY

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    HARD TO SAY I'M SORRY - CHICAGO

  • THE BYRDS - TURN TURN TURN

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    TURN TURN TURN - THE BYRDS

  • LINDA RONSTADT - YOU'RE NO GOOD

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    YOU'RE NO GOOD - LINDA RONSTADT

  • TEMPTATIONS - PAPA WAS A ROLLIN' STONE

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    PAPA WAS A ROLLIN' STONE - TEMPTATIONS

  • THE POINTER SISTERS - SLOW HAND

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    SLOW HAND - THE POINTER SISTERS

  • AL STEWART - Year Of The Cat

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    Year Of The Cat - AL STEWART

  • THE MONKEES - I'M A BELIEVER

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    I'M A BELIEVER - THE MONKEES

  • ROXY MUSIC - MORE THAN THIS

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    MORE THAN THIS - ROXY MUSIC

  • THE PRETENDERS - I'LL STAND BY YOU

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    I'LL STAND BY YOU - THE PRETENDERS

  • THE HOLLIES - DEAR ELOISE

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    DEAR ELOISE - THE HOLLIES

  • LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM - TROUBLE

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    TROUBLE - LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM

  • BREAD - LOST WITHOUT YOUR LOVE

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    LOST WITHOUT YOUR LOVE - BREAD

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Gene Pitney: 24 Hours From Tulsa

Section
Days with Lorna Subritzky,
Publish Date
Friday, 17 February 2017, 10:04AM

Gene Pitney's popularity in the UK market was ensured by the breakthrough success of this song, a Bacharach and David track, which peaked at No. 5 in Britain at the start of 1964. It was only Pitney's third single release in the UK to reach the singles chart and the first to break into the Top Twenty there; it was also a hit in the U.S, peaking at No. 17 on the Hot 100.