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Tuesday, 22 April 2008

More Coronation Street top tunes

Canadian Corrie fan Steven has emailed with suggestions of more Coronation Street tunes to add to the blog. Cheers Steven! Some of the Corrie tunes already blogged are here and Steven suggests adding the following two to the pop pickers' pile.

Now then, we know her better as the fragrant Audrey Roberts but in real life she's the honourable Susan Francis Harmar-Nicholls, daughter of Lord and Lady Harmar-Nicholls. Sue Nicholls had chart success with the song Where Will You Be. The tune hit the charts in 1968 for 7 weeks and was produced by Tony Hatch. And if you get in quick enough, you can bid for the 7" single on eBay right now along with another of Sue's hits, Every Day.

And as if that wasn't enough Corrie choons for today, does anyone have the download link for Albert Tatlock by The Skids?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Skids track isn't called Albert Tatlock it's called T.V Stars and was the b side of Into The Valley. There's a recent, updated version of it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7647wu7WD5w but if you would like to listen to it, just pop downstairs and put on the album that's sitting on top of the turntable.

Glenda Young said...

Thank you Sunny Jim for your words of wisdom. As always, they're great.

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