Finger Of Suspicion

Another number one, the first of 1955. A little personal colour here. I am a Valentine’s baby, and my teddy bear (a dog in a flight jacket, repaired so many times he’s like Trigger’s broom in Only Fools and horses) was called Dickie Valentine.

So I was always predisposed to like this one. It’s great, and it features the Stargazers of the fantastic drunk jam, I See the Moon, reviewed previously.

Talk About Pop Music

I have a playlist that contains every UK number one song since charts began in 1952. Thanks to EveryHit, this is a fairly simple process. Let’s remind ourselves of these songs.

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