The drool notes
04/04/85 (Simon Bates & Richard Skinner)
Glenn Frey – “The Heat Is On” (17)
Glenn get this week's show off to a flying start and his song moved up five more places.
Phyllis Nelson – “Move Closer” (14)
Will get to number one next month.
ABC – “Be Near Me” (36) (breaker)
Went up ten more places.
Bryan Adams – “Somebody” (35) (breaker)
Got no higher.
Pat Benatar – “Love Is A Battlefield” (29) (breaker)
Became her biggest hit when it peaked at number 17.
REO Speedwagon – “Can’t Fight This Feeling” (28) (breaker)
Their third and final hit, making it to number 16.
The Cool Notes – “Spend The Night” (18)
Their biggest hit, peaking at number 11. And Simon obviously had his eyes on those figure hugging dresses.
David Grant & Jaki Graham – “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love?” (12)
A second and final top ten hit for David, the first of three top ten hits for Jaki, the biggest hit for both of them, it peaked at number 5.
The Top Ten Videos:
Stephen Tin Tin Duffy - "Kiss Me" (10) (video clip)
Nik Kershaw - "Wide Boy" (9) (video clip)
Jermaine Jackson - "Do What You Do" (8) (video clip)
Paul Young - "Every Time You Go Away" (7) (video clip)
Go West - "We Close Our Eyes" (6) (video clip)
Tears For Fears - "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" (5) (video clip)
Alison Moyet - "That Ole Devil Called Love" (4) (video clip)
Sarah Brightman & Paul Miles-Kingston - "Pie Jesu" (3) (video clip)
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - "Welcome To The Pleasure Dome" (2) (video clip)
Philip Bailey & Phil Collins – “Easy Lover” (1) (video)
Third of four weeks at number one.
Third World – “Now That We’ve Found Love” (22) (audience dancing/credits)
At its peak.
We couldn't let David Cassidy's #TOTP go without sharing this ace clip of @RealSarahGreene fangirling in 1985. Watch the performance via @BBCiPlayer. https://t.co/1mcUYX2JUe pic.twitter.com/C46V4q79gY— BBC Four (@BBCFOUR) February 9, 2018
Sarah meets David
This concludes our Top of the Pops weekend marathon!
Next up is 11th April.