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Music legends - but what was their only No.1 hit

A selection of musical greats from the 50s & 60s - but they all had only one No.1 hit single in the UK. 10 Questions.

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Sadly, Buddy Holly's only No.1 hit was a posthumous one. What was it called?

  • Brown-Eyed Handsome Man
  • It Doesn't Matter Anymore
  • Peggy Sue


Jimi Hendrix was another whose only No.1 hit came posthumously. What was the title?

  • All Along The Watchtower
  • Purple Haze
  • Voodoo Chile


Motown's most successful girl group The Supremes enjoyed their only No.1 hit in 1964 with which song?

  • Baby Love
  • Stop In The Name Of Love
  • Where Did Our Love Go?


And probably Motown's most successful male group The Four Tops had their only No.1 hit in 1966 with which song?

  • Walk Away Renee
  • I Can't Help Myself
  • Reach Out I'll Be There


In 1966 The Troggs reached No.1 for the only time. What was the song?

  • Wild Thing
  • With A Girl Like You
  • I Can't Control Myself


One month later The Small Faces reached No.1 for the only time with which single?

  • All Or Nothing
  • Itchycoo Park
  • Lazy Sunday


Dusty Springfield only managed one No.1 hit single. What was the song?

  • Son Of A Preacher Man
  • I Only Want To Be With You
  • You Don't Have To Say You Love me


The Move had their only No.1 single in 1969. What was it called?

  • Blackberry Way
  • Flowers In The Rain
  • Fire Brigade


Taking over at No.1 from The Move were Amen Corner with their only No.1 hit. What was it called?

  • Bend Me Shape Me
  • Hello Suzie
  • (If Paradise Is) Half As Nice


A month later Marvin Gaye reached No.1 for the only time with which single?

  • I Heard It Through The Grapevine
  • Sexual Healing
  • Abraham Martin & John