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BIRTHDAY NUMBER ONES: MAY-JUNE 1977
I Don't Want to Talk About It / First Cut Is the Deepest
Rod Stewart
Forty years ago, this song was Number One in the UK charts for 4 weeks from 15th May 1967 keeping God Save the Queen by the Sex Pistols from the top spot.

The release of God Save the Queen coincided with the celebration of the Queen's Silver Jubilee fuelling outrage, a great deal of publicity for the band conspiracy theories that live on to this day to the effect that the charts were rigged to avoid embarrassment for the Royal Family.

It's a great song which had a huge long term impact, but now the dust has settled we would say that First Cut Is the Deepest, a Cat Stevens song, is by far the better tune and is right up there with Tom Traubert's Blues as Rodney's finest moment.

The order shown below was completed for a customer as a 40th birthday gift. We have this record in stock and available for framing for urgent orders:
Rod Stewart First Cut Is the Deepest
Vinyl 7-inch single in Black Wood 30 cm x 40 cm frame with glass, showing personalised message.
Our framed vinyl singles cost £76 including delivery to most mainland UK addresses.

Please note:
Sometimes a record or CD is hard to find and so very expensive for us to obtain. In this situation we may need to charge a little more than the standard price quoted.
Please also note that record label and sheet music designs can vary so not all copies of this song may look precisely like this.