THE REYNOLDS GIRLS "I'D RATHER JACK (THAN FLEETWOOD MAC)"
by Mark Nobes, chief editor
critics described this top ten hit in 1989 as the end of the line for Stock
Aitken Waterman and its PWL label. Well, it did look like Pete Waterman
had randomly picked these two sisters from the streets of Liverpool to
perform this video, but I suppose they did their best.
"I'd Rather Jack than Fleetwood Mac" was a response to critics who ignored the younger pop acts in at the time, and to Radio One DJ's who continued to play older bands on their playlists.
The single entered the UK singles chart at No.44 on 19th Feb 1989, reaching No.8 for one week on 26th March.After their five minues of fame, The Reynolds Girls were dropped by the PWL label and disappeared into obscurity. Or did they? One of them features in the video below...
This is the vinyl 7" cover of The Reynolds Girls second (and last) single Get Real which failed to hit the Top 40.
HYPE "WHAT YOU WANNA DO TO ME? FEATURING LINDA REYNOLDS