Naughty Naughty Naughty / Letters Of Love

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Naughty Naughty Naughty / Letters Of Love

Naughty Naughty Naughty / Letters Of Love

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hit at that, but the song had been played to death on the radio and Stevie Wonder wasn’t releasing it as a single, so for many people it was not the next best thing, but the only way of possessing the song in single form. It may be ridiculed today, as it was on its release but in Q Magazine’s list of the 50 worst albums of all time it only reached a fairly impressive 45.

Language - Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description. It’s noticeable that Nicholas’s three hits were of a similar nature, unchallenging, slightly melodic and allowing him to perform his schtick with the bowler hat and cane. But Savalas made the role his own and from 1973 it became required viewing for a winter’s Saturday night for nearly ten years. Next, they were performing it on TOTP and everyone was talking about the old wifie on the piano, which is what really gave it its ‘novelty’ status.As well as being the leader of the Top Of The Pops Orchestra for 15 years, he helped launch the career of Cilla Black (well, nobody’s perfect) and was musical director for a number of Dusty Springfield shows in the 60s (much more like it). Irrespective of the source, all of our collectables meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed. Firstly, its melody was gossamer-thin to the point of being undetectable, secondly it sounded exactly like his previous other hits and, most heinously, it perpetuated a number of myths. Now he may have been the most irritating of all because when they, mercifully, decided to split up in 1968 he clearly believed the world wouldn’t be able to survive without The Seekers.

Middle of the Road went on have four more top 20 hits over the next year, Tweedle Dum, Tweedle Dee (No.Ask anyone over a certain age (OK 55-ish), which single sums up the tackiness of the 70s for them and a fair number might choose this song. Which just goes to prove that musical maxim (that I made up), the blander you are, the higher you fly. That’s not to say it’s particularly awful as 70s singles go, but it does takes you back to a certain time and place, but not necessarily in a good way. The song "Naughty Naughty Naughty" was a novelty love song between the singer and Mr Punch, [2] and reached Number 26 on the UK Singles Chart in May 1977. 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.

Anyone with a rudimentary knowledge of Punch and Judy shows will know it as a rather sinister and violent seaside attraction dating back to the 1660s ( Samuel Pepys mentions the first one in his diaries). He got away with it in 1975 because he was riding an irresistible popularity wave, but anyone listening to it now and knowing nothing of Kojak would wonder what the hell was going on. It’s a strange thing about the 60s and 70s charts that often there could be two, sometimes more than two, versions of the same song in the charts simultaneously and it was all about who was getting the most plays on radio or maybe who was the most well known as to who had the bigge hit.was a highly productive period for De Los Rios and as well as his world wide smash with Symphony No. On listening to this awful version it seems inexplicable that such a terrible vocal and utterly bland production could be a hit, a No.



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