ARCHIVES Search | Login | Search Tips | FAQ | Pricing | About the Archive | Terms
ProQuest is no longer the archive provider for Chicago Tribune. Please visit their web site to view their new archive. If you have previously purchased articles, you may log in to view them. If you have an active article plan, you may log in and continue to use it.
Advanced Saved Help
Start a New Search
Buy Complete Document: AbstractAbstract Full Text Full Text
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: DeKnock, Jan
Date: Feb 12, 1988
Start Page: I
Section: FRIDAY
Abstract (Document Summary)

Chalk up another great week for 16-year-old Tiffany, who continues to dominate charts in the U.S. and Britain with the first two singles of her short but spectacular career.

And the Californian continues to reign on the American pop list with "Could've Been," which had no trouble holding the No. 1 title because its two closest challengers-the Bangles' "Hazy Shade of Winter" and INXS' "Need You Tonight"-fell right out of the Top 5.

But next week, look for "Could've Been" to again dominate the all- important pop list, although this week's No. 2 song, "Seasons Change" by the Miami dance group Expose, still has a slim shot at the title. Out of contention is this week's No. 3 single, Roger's "I Want to Be Your Man," which has already started dropping in radio airplay.

Buy Complete Document: AbstractAbstract Full Text Full Text

Most Viewed Articles  (Updated Daily)