Post by jimjterrell4210 on Sept 8, 2023 21:00:47 GMT -5
^^Also, during the intro for Donald Clark's "Sacred Emotion", I think I heard Nina render the word "Soldier" in "Soldier of Love" as plural. Plus, "Sacred Emotion"'s peak (which it was at on the week of August 26 of '89) was only fifteen spots above its position on this week's countdown, and when it exited the Top-40 the following week, it did slip sixteen (to #44).
Post by lasvegaskid on Sept 8, 2023 23:17:07 GMT -5
After Mark said countdown Don't Wanna Lose You was Gloria's first solo #1, Alan said it was co-written by Gloria and Emilio was their 2nd chart topper. Both this and prior #1 Anything For You were Gloria solo writes.
At least the 80s show played all the right songs (though "Sowing the Seeds of Love" was cut down too much, as it usually is here.) In the 1990s show, from September 11, 1993, the #28 song should have been "Show Me Love" by American singer Robin S., and instead they played "Show Me Love" by Swedish singer Robyn--from 1997.