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December 12, 1987: George Michael starts a four-week run at the top of the Hot 100 with “Faith”, the title track from his latest album. It would go on to become the best-selling single of 1988.
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December 12, 1964: Bobby Vinton goes to #1 with “Mr. Lonely”. His fourth—and last—chart-topper, it’s the only one that wasn’t a cover. Vinton wrote it when he was in the Army.
Bobby Vinton—“Mr. Lonely”
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December 12, 1970: Smokey Robinson & The Miracles top the Hot 100 with “The Tears Of A Clown”. The song—inspired by the opera “Pagliacci”—features Charles Sirard from the Detroit Symphony Orchestra on bassoon (Motown often used members of the DSO to add specific musical elements to some of their songs).
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles—“The Tears Of A Clown”
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