BetteBack June 4, 1989: Bette Midler Reaches Number One On The Billboard Charts

Walla Walla Union Bulletin
June 4, 1989


The following are toe top record hits and leading popular compact disks as they appear in next week’s issue of Billboard magazine. Copyright 1989, Billboard Publications, Inc. Reprinted with permission.


1.“Wind Beneath My Wings” Bette Midler (Atlantic)
2.“m Be Loving You Forever” New Kids on toe Block (Columbia)
3. “Every Little Step” Bobby Brown (MCA)
4.“Rock On” Michael Damian (Cypress)
5.“Buffalo Stance” Neneh CSierry (Virgin)
6.“Patience” Guns N’ Roses (Geffen)
7.“Satisfied” Richard Marx (EMI)
8.“Soldier of Love” Donny Osmond (Capitol)
9.“Close My Eyes Forever” Lita Foi^ & Ozzy Osbourne (RCA)
10.“Where Are You Now?” Jimmy Hamen & Synch (WTG)


1.“Better Man” Clint Black (RCA)
2.“Love Out Loud” Earl Thomas Conley (RCA)
3.“She Don’t Love Nobody” The Desert Rose Band (MCA-Curb)
4.“I Don’t Want to Spoil toe Party” Rosanne Cash (Columbia)
5.“They Rage On” Dan Seals (Capitol)
6.“Call On Me” Tanya Tucker (Capitol)
7.“Lovin’ Only Me” Ricky Skaggs (Epic)
8.“Come From toe Heart” Kathy Mattea (Mercury)
9..“Hole In My Pocket” Ricky Van Shelton (Columbia)


1.“ Everlasting Love’’ Howard Jones (Elektra)
2.“Miss You Like Crazy” Natalie Cole (EMI)
3.“Through toe Storm” Aretha Franklin & Elton John (Arista)
4.“Second Chance” Thirty Eight Special (A&M)
5.“Thinking of You” Sa-Fire (C^utting)
6.“After All” Cher & Peter Cetera (Geffen)
7.“Wind Beneath My Wings” Bette Midler (Atlantic)
8. “The Best Years of Our Uves” Neil Diamond (Ck)lumbia)
9.“Talk It Over” Grayson Hugh (RCA)
10.“Cry” Waterfront (Polydor)

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