LISTEN HERE   Singles that entered the UK charts in March 1977 (in the order of chart entry / highest position)... (highest UK chart position in brackets) 01 Elvis Presley - Moody Blue (6) 02 Suzi Quatro - Tear Me Apart (27) 03 Ray Stevens - In the Mood (31) 04 Cliff Richard - My Kinda Life (15) 05 Barry White - I'm Qualified To Satisfy (37) 06 Cerrone - Love In 'C' Minor (31) 07 Showaddywaddy - When (3) 08 Maxine Nightingale - Love Hit Me (11) 09 Fatback Band - Double Dutch (31) 10 Boney M - Sunny (3) 11 Mass Production - Welcome To Our World (Of Merry Music) (44) 12 Berni Flint - I Don't Want To Put A Hold On You (3) 13 Graham Parker & The Rumour - Hold Back the Night (24) 14 Brendon - Gimme Some (14) 15 Queen - Tie Your Mother Down (31) 16 Smokie - Lay Back In The Arms Of Someone (12) 17 Demis Roussos - Because (39) 18 Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. - You Don't Have to Be a Star (7) 19 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger (2) 20 Bonnie Tyler - M


  LISTEN HERE Hello. Listen carefully! I am going to take you back. Back to a time when music was great! All music was great! Singles, b-sides, album tracks, radio and TV all filled your ears with wonderful sounds from a vast variety of different genres. Not for you the many podcasts, radio stations and mixes that feature a single type of music. No constant repeat of chart songs you’ve heard a million times before. Our  point in time this time is February 1970, where I will guide you to a profound wonderful state where your body is absolutely relaxed and your mind is free. Free to accept ideas, free to explore possibilities, free to expand. You’ll have access to all your memories, to long forgotten memories. All those feelings, all those long past moments which made you who you are today. Now take a deep breath and let’s begin…   01 Cat Stevens - Where Do The Children Play (from 'Tea For The Tillerman') 02 Val Doonican - 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin'