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Billboard March 14, 1970 -- WB-Reprise's Hot February

LOS ANGELES -- Sales of singles during February set a new sales record for Warner-Reprise, according to WB's President Mo Ostin.

Two singles boosted sales to record proportions: "Leavin' on a Jet Place" by Peter, Paul & Mary and the Beach Boys' debut Reprise disk, "Add Some Music."

Seven other records helped boost the sales pattern. They were "Something's Burning" by Kenny Rogers and the First Edition; "Spirit in the Sky" by Norman Greenbaum; "Oh Well" by Fleetwood Mac; "Victoria" by the Kinks; "Love Minus One" by Turley Richards; "I Would Be in Love (Anyway)" by Frank Sinatra, and "Just About the Same" by the Association.