Speaking of a fine, excellent voice and moving songs, these are precisely the best definition to describe Olivia Newton-John. Indeed, she became the cup of tea for country music obsessives back then and up to these days. And these features can be realized through her number 1 song and album entitled “Have You Ever Been Mellow.” Undoubtedly, the song and the album is one of her most successful work of arts in 1975.
Newton-John’s album “Have You Ever Been Mellow” was a huge success. It was her 6th studio album which was released on February 12, 1975, under MCA Records. Exactly on April 18, 1975, the collection was documented as No.1 with a certification as gold.
Furthermore, Newton-John received a nomination for “Best Female Pop Vocal Performance” at the Grammys of the song “Have You Ever Been Mellow” in the same year.
John Farrar wrote the song who also wrote many of Newton-John’s huge hits. Back in March 1975, the song became Newton-John’s second consecutive No.1 hit. It topped the U.S Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Adult Contemporary Singles charts. Also, it became No.3 on the Hot Country Singles chart. In that year, it continually hit the roof all over the globe such as Canada, New Zealand, Australia, the U.S, and astonishingly in Japan.
In fact, Newton-John made history when her single topped on Oricon Singles chart in Japan. It was her first song to chart in Japan. Besides, she has set her name from other for making a non-Japanese artist to top the chart.
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