Firstly, our video playlist features all of Olivia's Top 20 British hit singles (apart from Come On Over), including those with John Travolta. Here is the full list
1. Have You Ever Been Mellow (live in 1975)
2. Please Mr. Please
4. A Little More Love
5. You're The One That I Want (with John Travolta)
6. Summer Nights (with John Travolta)
7. Hopelessly Devoted To You
10. Make A Move On Me
11. Heart Attack
You're The One That I Want (a duet with John Travolta) was was the first single to be released from the Grease movie soundtrack (in 1978) and topped the charts in numerous countries including the U.S. and UK. In the UK the song remains in the top ten list of all-time best-selling singles.
I used to play the 7" of this one quite a lot in my childhood, and I still have it, although I'm not sure whatever happened to the actual sleeve (pictured left).
Also from the musical Grease, Summer Nights became a massive hit in both the United States and United Kingdom during the summer of 1978. My Mum bought the 7" single of this but I accidentially snapped it in half... Well, I say accidentally. I'm not sure she has ever forgiven me for that!
Hopelessly Devoted To You also featured on the Grease soundtrack and when released as a single it reached No.2 in the UK singles chart.
Olivia Newton-John is an English-born, Australian raised singer and actress. She has won four grammy awards, had five No. 1 and ten other Top Ten Billboard Hot 100 singles in the U.S., and two No. 1 Billboard 200 solo albums. Eleven of her singles (including two platinum) and 14 of her albums (including two platinum and four double platinum) have been certified gold by the RIAA.
So far, Olivia Newton-John has released a staggering 24 studio albums. Here 80s albums were;
This single was taken from the album of the same name and reached No.7 in the UK and No.1 in the U.S. Physical is the best selling album by a female Australian singer,
selling 10,000,000 copies worldwide. Both the song and video were banned in some countries due to the sexual content.
The cover of Hitkrant magazine (Week 18)