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
Jimi Hendrix was another whose only No.1 hit came posthumously. What was the title?
All Along The Watchtower
Motown's most successful girl group The Supremes enjoyed their only No.1 hit in 1964 with which song?
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?
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
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?
Flowers In The Rain
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
(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
Abraham Martin & John
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