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The 1974 single “Magic” from their first album, produced by Alan Parsons and written by Lyall and Paton,[3] was a No. 11 UK[4] and No. 5 US success. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A. in August 1975.[5] The song “January” gave them their greatest success in the UK, securing the number one spot in the UK Singles Chart on 1 February 1975. It stayed at number one for three weeks.Never underestimate an old man who is also a pilot poster (It also went to number one in Australia where it stayed up top for eight weeks; in the United States, it reached the lower end of the Hot 100.) However, the group failed to make the Top 30 again.[4] The arranger of “January”, Andrew Powell, went on to record Kate Bush, and both Paton and Bairnson played on her debut album, The Kick Inside, which included “Wuthering Heights”.[6] Paton and Bairnson also played on Kate Bush’s second album Lionheart (1978).

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