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HOTDISC TOP 40
30 October 2016

 

This is a list of the Top 40 Most Popular Songs released on the Rush Released promotional CD. Each week DJs and media people who receive Rush Released send back their reaction sheets where they are given the chance to rate every song. This chart is exclusively for clients of the Rush Released CD.  The chart is published weekly here, and also in Country Music People, Country Music & Dance, Up Country and Southern Country magazines.

To watch the video for each song (where available) click on the titles.

01

01

Moody Blue
HOLLY NORMAN 

02

02

Get A Grip
DENNY STRICKLAND

03 06

Echo
RITA BOLLAND

04

03

Two Ships
WARREN H WILLIAMS & DANI YOUNG

05 07

Feels Like Home
CHLOE CHADWICK

06

04

Bad Habit
LUKE & MEL

07

05

Where We Are Tonight
HOLLOWAY ROAD

08

08

Tupelo
MALLORY JOHNSON

09 11

When I’m Over You
SASHA McVEIGH

10

17

Stoned To Death
JAMES DUPRÉ

 

 

 

 

11

09

Something Bout You
RUSTY RIERSON

12

10

Am I Dreaming
LYNNE TAYLOR DONOVAN

13

14

Home For The Summer
STEVE YOUNG

14

13

She Stays
DONOVAN LEE

15 18

Sugar In My Tea
RETT RUSSELL

16

19

You’ve Got That Somethin’
TERRA BELLA

17

20

Picture In A Frame
NOEL FLYNN

18

12

Riding After Midnight 
CLINT BRADLEY

19

21

Clock On The Wall
BELLE

20

23

Love Was All You
DAWSON REIGNS

 

 

 

 

21

26

A Good Thing Going On
HENRIK BANK

22

24

Didn’t We
TONY CLARKE

23

15

Fallen Star
RAY WILLIAM ROLDAN

24

22

In America
SAMMY SADLER 

25

27

Can’t Find A Reason
MARY DUFF

26

31

The Bottle
KELLY COBBETT

27 28

Pray
CURTIS WEBB PROJECT

28

30

Go Uncle John
JOEY SONTZ

29 32

Jericho
KELLY OLIVER

30 33

Woman In Love
AARON GOODVIN

 

 

 

 

31

16

What Would Dolly Do?
KERRY FEARON

32

34

California
PENNY JAYNE BLACK

33

35

Modern Woman
SHANTEL ADAMS

34

39

Katrina
SOULSCRIPT

35

36

Rainmaker
DARRYL WORLEY

36 40

Coming Home
CALLE AMELN

37 25

I Ain’t Just A Pretty Face  
KATHY CRINION

38

29

Sparks Will Fly
BRENDA BURCH

39

NE

Gonna Love ‘Em To Death  
ALLAN MARKIN

40 38

One Kiss At A Time
MANTZ BROTHERS

THE HOTDISC BRITISH & IRISH TOP 10

01

03

Feels Like Home *
CHLOE CHADWICK

02

01

Bad Habit *
LUKE & MEL

03

02

Where We Are Tonight *
HOLLOWAY ROAD

04

04

When I’m Over You *
SASHA McVEIGH

05

06

Home For The Summer *
STEVE YOUNG

06

08

Sugar In My Tea *
RETT RUSSELL

07

09

Picture In A Frame
NOEL FLYNN

08

05

Riding After Midnight *
CLINT BRADLEY

09

10

Clock On The Wall *
BELLE

10

RE

Didn’t We *
TONY CLARKE

 

* Original British songs

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The Hotdisc Top 40

The Hotdisc chart is compiled from DJs and industry professionals’ ratings of songs currently being promoted on the Rush Released CD. They are not airplay charts, as airplay charts cannot work in Europe because there are no terrestrial country stations. The hundreds of country programmes on air which we service are likely to play a particular song only twice at most in a three month period, therefore rendering airplay charts insignificant in Europe. It works well in America where there are plenty of non-stop country stations but it does not work here. Any Airplay Chart you may see claiming to provide this service is bogus and Hotdisc does not condone these charts at all. They are misleading at best for the reasons stated.

The Hotdisc charts are put together weekly using ratings supplied by DJs who give scores to every song on the last three months’ editions of Rush Released. The scores are averaged out per week to give an accurate guide to the songs which are being championed by the industry. The aim is to showcase the songs which the industry professionals are flagging up as quality songs. This is a very useful exercise as it is free of politics, hype and rigging and done solely on merit!


 

Copyright © 2016, Hotdisc, 21 Redpath Crescent, Galashiels TD1 2QG, Scotland. Used with permission from HotDisc.

HotDisc Top 40 at Music Charts Magazine

HOTDISC TOP 40
16 October 2016

 

This is a list of the Top 40 Most Popular Songs released on the Rush Released promotional CD. Each week DJs and media people who receive Rush Released send back their reaction sheets where they are given the chance to rate every song. This chart is exclusively for clients of the Rush Released CD.  The chart is published weekly here, and also in Country Music People, Country Music & Dance, Up Country and Southern Country magazines.

To watch the video for each song (where available) click on the titles.

01

05

Moody Blue
HOLLY NORMAN 

02

04

Get A Grip
DENNY STRICKLAND

03

07

Two Ships
WARREN H WILLIAMS & DANI YOUNG

04

06

Where We Are Tonight
HOLLOWAY ROAD

05

08

Bad Habit
LUKE & MEL

06

03

Something Bout You
RUSTY RIERSON

07

01

Riding After Midnight 
CLINT BRADLEY

08

02

Am I Dreaming
LYNNE TAYLOR DONOVAN

09 10

Feels Like Home
CHLOE CHADWICK

10

13

Tupelo
MALLORY JOHNSON

 

 

 

 

11 15

Echo
RITA BOLLAND

12

09

She Stays
DONOVAN LEE

13 17

When I’m Over You
SASHA McVEIGH

14

11

What Would Dolly Do?
KERRY FEARON

15

14

Fallen Star
RAY WILLIAM ROLDAN

16

19

Home For The Summer
STEVE YOUNG

17

12

In America
SAMMY SADLER 

18

20

Didn’t We
TONY CLARKE

19

16

Sparks Will Fly
BRENDA BURCH

20 21

Sugar In My Tea
RETT RUSSELL

 

 

 

 

21

27

You’ve Got That Somethin’
TERRA BELLA

22

29

Picture In A Frame
NOEL FLYNN

23

18

Modern Woman
SHANTEL ADAMS

24

30

Clock On The Wall
BELLE

25 22

I Ain’t Just A Pretty Face  
KATHY CRINION

26

24

Rainmaker
DARRYL WORLEY

27

37

Stoned To Death
JAMES DUPRÉ

28

28

A Good Thing Going On
HENRIK BANK

29

32

Can’t Find A Reason
MARY DUFF

30 34

Pray
CURTIS WEBB PROJECT

 

 

 

 

31

23

I Want A Love  
LONESTAR

32

36

Go Uncle John
JOEY SONTZ

33

40

The Bottle
KELLY COBBETT

34 38

Jericho
KELLY OLIVER

35

NE

Love Was All You
DAWSON REIGNS

36

33

California
PENNY JAYNE BLACK

37 NE

Woman In Love
AARON GOODVIN

38 26

One Kiss At A Time
MANTZ BROTHERS

39

31

Pistol
CORTNI BIRD

40 NE

Coming Home
CALLE AMELN

THE HOTDISC BRITISH & IRISH TOP 10

01

02

Where We Are Tonight *
HOLLOWAY ROAD

02

03

Bad Habit *
LUKE & MEL

03

01

Riding After Midnight *
CLINT BRADLEY

04

04

Feels Like Home *
CHLOE CHADWICK

05

06

When I’m Over You *
SASHA McVEIGH

06

05

What Would Dolly Do?
KERRY FEARON

07

07

Home For The Summer *
STEVE YOUNG

08

08

Didn’t We *
TONY CLARKE

09

09

Sugar In My Tea *
RETT RUSSELL

10

NE

Picture In A Frame
NOEL FLYNN

The Hotdisc chart is compiled from DJs and industry professionals’ ratings of songs currently being promoted on the Rush Released CD. They are not airplay charts, as airplay charts cannot work in Europe because there are no terrestrial country stations. The hundreds of country programmes on air which we service are likely to play a particular song only twice at most in a three month period, therefore rendering airplay charts insignificant in Europe. It works well in America where there are plenty of non-stop country stations but it does not work here. Any Airplay Chart you may see claiming to provide this service is bogus and Hotdisc does not condone these charts at all. They are misleading at best for the reasons stated.

The Hotdisc charts are put together weekly using ratings supplied by DJs who give scores to every song on the last three months’ editions of Rush Released. The scores are averaged out per week to give an accurate guide to the songs which are being championed by the industry. The aim is to showcase the songs which the industry professionals are flagging up as quality songs. This is a very useful exercise as it is free of politics, hype and rigging and done solely on merit!

Copyright © 2016, Hotdisc, 21 Redpath Crescent, Galashiels TD1 2QG, Scotland. Used with permission from HotDisk.

HotDisc Top 40 at Music Charts Magazine

 

JACK BLANCHARD'S COLUMN at Music Charts Magazine®

 

A seldom used railroad track crossed Payne Avenue, North Tonawanda.
There was a tiny one room station that had once been a whistle-stop,
but had later become a small store, a diner,
and then an abandoned oddity,
leaving the area it’s name, The Junction.

The corner was now a bus stop, and at it’s busy time of the afternoon,
when workers were getting off buses after a day at the factories.

I was with my then girlfriend and another couple,
and there were maybe thirty or forty people moving around
when the golden UFOs soared to exactly over our heads and stopped.
The didn’t slow down, they just stopped.
They didn’t make a sound.

Everybody stared up at them, stunned.
Nobody was going to believe this, and yet, there they damn were.

The were three of them,
glowing chrome orange as if reflecting a sunset,
but there was no sunset.
They were not like any UFO pictures I’ve ever seen,
because they weren’t horizontal like Frisbees.
They were vertical… upright on their edges.

They hung motionless for a couple of minutes.
Not a sound in the air.
Then they suddenly resumed their thousand mile per hour speed
till they were above the line of trees to the north,
then took a sharp right turn
and disappeared over the roofs and trees to the east.

People were excited about it for a week or two,
and then a strange human thing happened.
The ones who actually saw the phenomenon
began to doubt their own accounts,
and in time the talk stopped and it all just faded out of most memories.
Not mine.

I was determined to not forget.
Not ever.
I don’t talk about it much
because people only believe in socially acceptable fantasies.

Almost two decades later
Misty and I were driving home from a gig at two in the morning.
It was a new road,
a by-pass that had just opened a day or two before,
and we were the only car on it.

As we approaches the western fence of the Opa Locka Air Field,
we saw a huge old plane coming in with no landing lights
and no runway lights.
Just the moon.

It seemed to be flying low over the road, facing us…
too low for comfort.
As we got closer the plane seemed to be standing still,
and we drove right up under it.

I said “What the hell?” and we got out and looked up.
It appeared to be a rusty Douglas DC-3 cargo plane
from World War Two,
just hanging there a hundred and fifty feet above us.
There was no sound whatsoever, not even crickets.
We took off fast.

Later I mentioned it at a family dinner.
My mother remarked
that The Opa Lock Air Field was where planes took off
that were lost in the Bermuda Triangle.

 

Jack Blanchard.

 

Copyright © Jack Blanchard 2005 to 2016

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan… Grammy & CMA Award Finalists. Billboard Duet of the Year. Home Page: www.jackandmisty.net Mastering & restoration studio: 407 330 1611

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan…
Grammy & CMA Award Finalists.
Billboard Duet of the Year.
Home Page: www.jackandmisty.net
Mastering & restoration studio: ( 352 ) 530 – 2068

 

 

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