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Amie - Pure Prairie League

Angie Baby, Helen Reddy

At Seventeen, Janis Ian

Bad Blood, Neil Sedaka

Bad Time, Grand Funk

Ballroom Blitz, Sweet

Before The Next Teardrop Falls, Freddy Fender

Best Of My Love, Eagles

Black Water, Doobie Brothers

Boogie On Reggae Woman, Stevie Wonder

Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen

Bungle In The Jungle, Jethro Tull

Can't Get It Out Of My Head, Electric Light Orchestra

Cat's In The Cradle, Harry Chapin

Changes - David Bowie

Chevy Van, Sammy Johns

Could It Be Magic, Barry Manilow

Dance With Me, Orleans

Fame, David Bowie

Feel Like Makin' Love, Bad Company

Feelings, Morris Albert

Fire, Ohio Players

Free Bird, Lynyrd Skynyrd

Get Down Tonight, K.C. & The Sunshine Band

Have You Never Been Mellow, Olivia Newton-John

He Don't Love You (Like I Love You), Tony Orlando & Dawn

How Long, Ace

How Sweet It Is, James Taylor

I Can Help, Billy Swan

I'm Not In Love, 10cc

It Only Takes A Minute, Tavares

Jackie Blue, Ozark Mountain Daredevils

Jive Talkin', Bee Gees

Killer Queen, Queen

Kung Fu Fighting, Carl Douglas

Lady Marmalade, Labelle

Lady, Styx

Laughter In The Rain, Neil Sedaka

Listen To What The Man Said, Wings

Lonely People, America

Love Will Keep Us Together, Captain & Tennille

Love Wont Let Me Wait, Major Harris

Lovin' You, Minnie Riperton

Low Rider - War

Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Elton John

Magic, Pilot

Mandy, Barry Manilow

Midnight Blue, Melissa Manchester

My Eyes Adored You, Frankie Valli

Never Can Say Goodbye, Gloria Gaynor

No No Song, Ringo Starr

One Of These Nights, Eagles

Only Women Bleed, Alice Cooper

Only Yesterday, Carpenters

Philadelphia Freedom, Elton John

Poetry Man, Phoebe Snow

Rhinestone Cowboy, Glen Campbell

Rock and Roll All Nite - Kiss

Saturday Night Special - Lynyrd Skynyrd

Shining Star, Earth, Wind & Fire

Shoeshine Boy, Eddie Kendricks

Sister Golden Hair, America

Some Kind Of Wonderful, Grand Funk

Someone Saved My Life Tonight, Elton John

SOS, Abba

Sweet Emotion, Aerosmith

That's The Way Of The World, Earth, Wind & Fire

The Entertainer, Billy Joel

The Hustle, Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony

The Rockford Files, Mike Post

The Way We Were, Gladys Knight & The Pips

Trampled Under Foot, Led Zeppelin

Tush, ZZ Top

Walking In Rhythm, Blackbyrds

Wasted Days And Wasted Nights, Freddy Fender

Welcome to the Machine, Pink Floyd

When Will I Be Loved, Linda Ronstadt

When Will I See You Again, Three Degrees

Why Can't We Be Friends, War

Wildfire, Michael Murphy

Wish You Were Here, Pink Floyd

You Aint Seen Nothin' Yet, Bachman-Turner Overdrive

You Are So Beautiful, Joe Cocker

Young Americans - David Bowie

You're No Good, Linda Ronstadt

You're The First, The Last, My Everthing, Barry White

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I have a few issues with this list.

Ballroom Blitz, Sweet (1973)

Boogie On Reggae Woman, Stevie Wonder (1974)

Bungle In The Jungle, Jethro Tull (1974)

Can't Get It Out Of My Head, Electric Light Orchestra (1974)

Cat's In The Cradle, Harry Chapin (1974)

Changes - David Bowie (1971)

Feel Like Makin' Love, Bad Company (1974)

Free Bird, Lynyrd Skynyrd (1973)

I Can Help, Billy Swan (1974)

Killer Queen, Queen (1974)

Kung Fu Fighting, Carl Douglas (1974)

Lady Marmalade, Labelle - (1974)

You Aint Seen Nothin' Yet, Bachman-Turner Overdrive (1974)

You Are So Beautiful, Joe Cocker (1974)

Most of these on the original list were NOT released in 1975. The correct release dates are listed in the quote above.

I'd also like to add:

It's a long way to the Top - AC/DC

High Voltage - AC/DC

Once Bitten Twice Shy - Ian Hunter

Walk This Way - Aerosmith

50 Ways To Leave Your Lover - Paul Simon

Still Crazy After All These Years - Paul Simon

Hole In The Sky - Black Sabbath

Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen

Stranglehold - Ted Nugent

Darktown Strutters Ball - Ted Mulry Gang

Jump In My Car - Ted Mulry Gang

It's Almost Summer - Billy Thorpe

Girls On The Avenue - Richard Clapton

Tangled Up In Blue - Bob Dylan

All My Friends Are Getting Married - Skyhooks

Ego Is Not A Dirty Word - Skyhooks

Landlside - Fleetwood Mac

Rhiannon - Fleetwood Mac

Say You Love Me - Fleetwood Mac

Get Off Your Ass And Jam - Funkadelic

Star - The Hollies

The Newcastle Song - Bob Hudson

Spirit In The Night - Manfred Mann's Earth band

Sunshine Day - Osibisa

Kathmandu - Bob Seger

Beautiful Loser - Bob Seger

Cortez The Killer - Neil Young

Squeeze Box - The Who

That will do for a moment.

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Whenever I view the top 100 hits for any year I always have fond memories. Here's the top 100 hits of 1975.

It should be stated that I'm going by when these songs were charted as hits. Many songs are made long before they are actually released and become hits. Further, many songs may be released in December of a certain year but not become hits until the following Janurary which will throw it a "year" off.

1. Love Will Keep Us Together, Captain & Tennille

2. Philadelphia Freedom, Elton John

3. Rhinestone Cowboy, Glen Campbell

4. Shining Star, Earth, Wind & Fire

5. My Eyes Adored You, Frankie Valli

6. Before The Next Teardrop Falls, Freddy Fender

7. Fame, David Bowie

8. Kung Fu Fighting, Carl Douglas

9. One Of These Nights, Eagles

10. Thank God I'm A Country Boy, John Denver

11. Jive Talkin', Bee Gees

12. Best Of My Love, Eagles

13. He Don't Love You (Like I Love You), Tony Orlando & Dawn

14. Laughter In The Rain, Neil Sedaka

15. Black Water, Doobie Brothers

16. Ballroom Blitz, Sweet

17. (Hey Wont You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song, B.J. Thomas

18. Lovin' You, Minnie Riperton

19. At Seventeen, Janis Ian

20. Pick Up The Pieces, Average White Band

21. The Hustle, Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony

22. Lady Marmalade, Labelle

23. Why Can't We Be Friends?, War

24. Love Wont Let Me Wait, Major Harris

25. Boogie On Reggae Woman, Stevie Wonder

26. Wasted Days And Wasted Nights, Freddy Fender

27. Fight The Power, Pt. 1, Isley Brothers

28. Angie Baby, Helen Reddy

29. Jackie Blue, Ozark Mountain Daredevils

30. Fire, Ohio Players

31. Magic, Pilot

32. Please Mr. Postman, Carpenters

33. Sister Golden Hair, America

34. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, Elton John

35. Mandy, Barry Manilow

36. Have You Never Been Mellow, Olivia Newton-John

37. Could It Be Magic, Barry Manilow

38. Cat's In The Cradle, Harry Chapin

39. Wildfire Michael Murphy

40. I'm Not Lisa, Jessi Colter

41. Listen To What The Man Said, Wings

42. I'm Not In Love, 10cc

43. I Can Help, Billy Swan

44. Fallin' In Love, Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds

45. Feelings, Morris Albert

46. Chevy Van, Sammy Johns

47. When Will I Be Loved, Linda Ronstadt

48. You're The First, The Last, My Everthing, Barry White

49. Please Mr Please, Olivia Newton-John

50. You're No Good, Linda Ronstadt

51. Dynomite, Bazuka

52. Walking In Rhythm, Blackbyrds

53. The Way We Were / Try To Remember, Gladys Knight & The Pips

54. Midnight Blue, Melissa Manchester

55. Don't Call Us, We'll Call You, Sugarloaf

56. Poetry Man, Phoebe Snow

57. How Long, Ace

58. Express, B.T. Express

59. That's The Way Of The World, Earth, Wind & Fire

60. Lady, Styx

41. Listen To What The Man Said, Wings

42. I'm Not In Love, 10cc

43. I Can Help, Billy Swan

44. Fallin' In Love, Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds

45. Feelings, Morris Albert

46. Chevy Van, Sammy Johns

47. When Will I Be Loved, Linda Ronstadt

48. You're The First, The Last, My Everthing, Barry White

49. Please Mr Please, Olivia Newton-John

50. You're No Good, Linda Ronstadt

51. Dynomite, Bazuka

52. Walking In Rhythm, Blackbyrds

53. The Way We Were / Try To Remember, Gladys Knight & The Pips

54. Midnight Blue, Melissa Manchester

55. Don't Call Us, We'll Call You, Sugarloaf

56. Poetry Man, Phoebe Snow

57. How Long, Ace

58. Express, B.T. Express

59. That's The Way Of The World, Earth, Wind & Fire

60. Lady, Styx

61. Bad Time, Grand Funk

62. Only Women, Alice Cooper

63. Doctor's Orders, Carol Douglas

64. Get Down Tonight, K.C. & The Sunshine Band

65. You Are So Beautiful / It's A Sin When You Love Somebody, Joe Cocker

66. One Man Woman-One Woman Man, Paul Anka & Odia Coates

67. Feel Like Makin' Love, Bad Company

68. How Sweet It Is, James Taylor

69. Dance With Me, Orleans

70. Cut The Cake, Average White Band

71. Never Can Say Goodbye, Gloria Gaynor

72. I Don't Like To Sleep Alone, Paul Anka

73. Morning Side Of The Mountain, Donny & Marie Osmond

74. Some Kind Of Wonderful, Grand Funk

75. When Will I See You Again, Three Degrees

76. Get Down, Get Down (Get On The Floor), Joe Simon

77. I'm Sorry / Calypso, John Denver

78. Killer Queen, Queen

79. Shoeshine Boy, Eddie Kendricks

80. Do It (Til You're Satisfied), B.T. Express

81. Can't Get It Out Of My Head, Electric Light Orchestra

82. Lonely People, America

83. Someone Saved My Life Tonight, Elton John

84. You Got The Love, Rufus

85. I'm On Fire, Dwight Twilley Band

86. It Only Takes A Minute, Tavares

87. No No Song / Snookeroo, Ringo Starr

88. Junior's Farm / Sally G, Paul McCartney & Wings

89. Bungle In The Jungle, Jethro Tull

90. Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance), Leo Sayer

91. Sha-La-La (Makes Me Happy), Al Green

92. Misty, Ray Stevens

93. Bad Blood, Neil Sedaka

94. Only Yesterday, Carpenters

95. The Rockford Files, Mike Post

96. Only You, Ringo Starr

97. Third Rate Romance, Amazing Rhythm Aces

98. Swearin' To God, Frankie Valli

99. You Aint Seen Nothin' Yet / Free Wheelin', Bachman-Turner Overdrive

100. Get Dancin', Disco Tex & The Sex-O-lettes

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Thanks for the thorough lists. I did a little research on my own and was pleased to find some songs I already have on CDs and some I planned to download. Most of the songs from 1975 were songs I love, but some were songs that make me violently ill, like "Bertha Butt Boogie." My list so far is

When Will I be Loved-Linda Rondstadt

Fox on the Run-Sweet

Born To Run-Bruce Springsteen

At Seventeen-Janis Ian

Lady Marmalade-LaBelle

Shining Star-Earth, Wind, and Fire

Rhinestone Cowboy-Glen Campbell

Sister Golden Hair-America

Black Water-The Doobie Brothers

Love Will Keep Us Together-The Captain and Tenille

Bloody Well Right-Supertramp

Miracles-Jefferson Starship

You Are So Beautiful-Joe Cocker

if any of these are inaccurate, please let me know. I think I'll pick more from your lists, as that should give me enough (with what I already picked) for two CDs. Again, thanks much!

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I was going by the dates on the records for my analysis, not when they were hits. Whether they were or were not hits I think is irrelevant, as great stuff like "Stairway To Heaven" was never a single by Led Zeppelin, but it is still great. I always go by the copyright date on the record sleeve/label. The release date I think is more important.

Sorry for any confusion.

I'd like to initiate debate over "Freebird" by Lynyrd Skynyrd. That was released on their first LP in 1973, yet someone listed it as a song of 1975. How does that work? I mean, Aerosmith's "Dream On" was a hit on re-release in 1976, but it was released on an LP (and a single) in 1973. Does that make it a "song" (as was stated in the original question by CostelloGirl75) of 1976 or 1973? I'd say 1973, because that was the original release date.

Your thoughts?

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You're gonna need some of these for the 186 songs here (divided by 18-20 per disc) 12 disc? maybe?

Funny stuff Floyd, but I think it would be money well spent, don't you? Even if the release dates are'nt accurate, I think they are all memorible, and worth the recording prospect for posterity!

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Well to be honest jippers, you are correct so far as the dates of the songs. But I guess what counts is when the songs first got airplay and people heard them.

I can imagine that sometimes even the best song takes time to catch on.

I feel that even though a song like Average White Band's Pick up the Pieces was made in '74 it wasn't considered a hit until '75.

Kinda like movies, even though one might see the opening of a new movie in a theater, rarely will they see the same year copyright that they are currently in. Further, by the time that the Oscars are awarded it may be as much as two years difference, even more.

I guess it all boils down to when the majority heard it and accepted it, not when it was released.

My point is if the majority of people haven't heard the song does the song play? Does the song count if no one's heard it? I like to think of the actual time that I heard a song for the first time and where I was and what I was doing. I remember hearing Free Bird for the first time on the radio when it first came out and rushing to the music store to buy the album. I got home, put it on the turntable, looked at the date and went, "Huh?"

But, this is only my opinion and you are right about the original dates.

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I can only think of two albums off the top of my head that were released in '75, WWYWH-Pink Floyd, A New World Record-ELO. But if you only want some of the good stuff from the albums, here it is:

Shine On You Crazy Diamond- Pink Floyd

Have A Cigar- Pink Floyd

Livin Thing- ELO

Do Ya-ELO

Rockaria-ELO

That's about it. Wasn't there a Zeppelin album released in '75?

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jippers mentioned

Tangled Up in Blue

by Bob Dylan. Well the whole 'Blood on the Tracks' album ('75 release) was his Best album of the '70's.

The rest of the songs -

off that album are:

Simple Twist of Fate

You're a Big Girl Now

Idiot Wind

You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go

Meet Me in the Morning

Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts

If You See Her, Say Hello

Shelter from the Storm

Buckets of Rain

You should have some Zappa also :)

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(released 1975)

with songs like

Inca Roads

Po-Jama People

Florentine Pogen

Evelyn, a Modified Dog

San Ber'dino

Sofa No. 2

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I want to make a CD with songs from 1975 (the year I was born). So far I have Lady Marmalade, This Will Be (an Everlasting Love), and Shining Star. Plese help me think of some more songs.
go to top40.about.com. They have the top 100 songs year by year. It's a good reference.

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Top 40 Hits of 1975

#9 Dream - John Lennon (#9)

50 Ways to Leave Your Lover - Paul Simon (#1)

The Agony and the Ecstasy - Smokey Robinson (#36)

Ain't No Way To Treat a Lady - Helen Reddy (#8)

Amie - Pure Prairie League (#27)

At Seventeen - Janis Ian (#3)

Attitude Dancing - Carly Simon (#21)

Autobahn - Kraftwerk (#25) (instrumental)

Baby Face - Wing and a Prayer Fife & Drum Corps (#14)

Baby That's Backatcha - Smokey Robinson (#26)

Bad Blood - Neil Sedaka (#1)

Bad Luck (Part 1) - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (#15)

Bad Time - Grand Funk Railroad (#4)

Ballroom Blitz - Sweet (#5)

Beer Barrel Polka - Bobby Vinton (#33)

Before the Next Teardrop Falls - Freddy Fender (#1)

The Bertha Butt Boogie (Part 1) - The Jimmy Castor Bunch (#16)

Best of My Love - Eagles (#1)

Big Yellow Taxi - Joni Mitchell (#24)

Black Friday - Steely Dan (#37)

Black Superman - Muhammad Ali - Johnny Wakelin & The Kinshasa Band (#21)

Bloody Well Right - Supertramp (#35)

Blue Eyes Crying In the Rain - Willie Nelson (#21)

Bluebird - Helen Reddy (#35)

Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen (#23)

Brazil - The Ritchie Family (#11) (instrumental)

Butter Boy - Fanny (#29)

Calypso - John Denver (#2)

Can't Get It Out of My Head - Electric Light Orchestra (#9)

Carolina in the Pines - Michael Martin Murphey (#21)

Chevy Van - Sammy Johns (#5)

Convoy - C.W. McCall (#1)

Could It Be Magic - Barry Manilow (#6)

Cut the Cake - Average White Band (#10)

Daisy Jane - America (#20)

Dance With Me - Orleans (#6)

Dancin' Fool - The Guess Who (#28)

Dark Horse - George Harrison (#15)

Diamonds and Rust - Joan Baez (#35)

Ding Dong, Ding Dong - George Harrison (#36)

Disco Queen - Hot Chocolate (#28)

Do It Any Way You Wanna - People's Choice (#11) (instrumental)

Doctor's Orders - Carol Douglas (#11)

Don't Take Your Love - The Manhattans (#37)

Don't Tell Me Goodnight - Lobo (#27)

Dream Merchant - The New Birth (#36)

Dynomite-(Part 1) - Bazuka featuring Tony Camillo (#10) (instrumental)

Eighteen with a Bullet - Pete Wingfield (#15)

Emma - Hot Chocolate (#8)

Emotion - Helen Reddy (#22)

Every Time I Touch You (I Get High) - Charlie Rich (#19)

Express - B.T. Express (#4) (instrumental)

Fallin' In Love - Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds (#1)

Fame - David Bowie (#1)

Feel Like Makin' Love - Bad Company (#10)

Feelings - Morris Albert (#6)

Fight the Power (Part 1) - The Isley Brothers (#4)

Fire - Ohio Players (#1)

Fire on the Mountain - The Marshall Tucker Band (#38)

Fly, Robin, Fly - Silver Convention (#1) (instrumental)

For the Love of You (Parts 1 & 2) - The Isley Brothers (#22)

Fox on the Run - Sweet (#5)

Full of Fire - Al Green (#28)

Games People Play - Spinners (#5)

Get Dancin' - Disco-Tex & The Sex-O-Lettes (#10)

Get Down Tonight - KC & The Sunshine Band (#1)

Get Down, Get Down (Get on the Floor) - Joe Simon (#8)

Give It What You Got - B.T. Express (#40)

Glasshouse - The Temptations (#37)

Gone at Last - Paul Simon & Phoebe Snow (#23)

Good Lovin' Gone Bad - Bad Company (#36)

Harry Truman - Chicago (#13)

Have You Never Been Mellow - Olivia Newton-John (#1)

He Don't Love You (Like I Love You) - Tony Orlando & Dawn (#1)

Heat Wave - Linda Ronstadt (#5)

Help Me, Rhonda - Johnny Rivers (#22)

(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song - B.J. Thomas (#1)

Hey You - Bachman-Turner Overdrive (#21)

Hijack - Herbie Mann (#14)

Holdin' On To Yesterday - Ambrosia (#17)

How Long - Ace (#3)

How Long (Betcha Got a Chick on the Side) - Pointer Sisters (#20)

How Sweet It Is (to Be Loved by You) - James Taylor (#5)

The Hustle - Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony (#1) (instrumental)

I Am Love (Parts 1 & 2) - The Jackson 5 (#15)

(I Believe) There's Nothing Stronger Than Our Love - Paul Anka with Odia Coates (#15)

I Don't Like To Sleep Alone - Paul Anka with Odia Coates (#8)

I Get Lifted - George McCrae (#37)

I Got Stoned and I Missed It - Jim Stafford (#37)

I Love Music (Part 1) - The O'Jays (#5)

I Only Have Eyes for You - Art Garfunkel (#18)

I Wanna Dance Wit' Choo (Part 1) - Disco-Tex & The Sex-O-Lettes (#23)

I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You - Leon Haywood (#15)

I'll Do For You Anything You Want Me To - Barry White (#40)

I'll Play for You - Seals & Crofts (#18)

I'm Not in Love - 10cc (#2)

I'm Not Lisa - Jessi Colter (#4)

I'm on Fire - 5000 Volts (#26)

I'm on Fire - Dwight Twilley Band (#16)

I'm Sorry - John Denver (#1)

I've Been This Way Before - Neil Diamond (#34)

If I Ever Lose This Heaven - Average White Band (#39)

The Immigrant - Neil Sedaka (#22)

Island Girl - Elton John (#1)

It Only Takes a Minute - Tavares (#10)

It's A Miracle - Barry Manilow (#12)

It's All Down to Goodnight Vienna - Ringo Starr (#31)

Jackie Blue - Ozark Mountain Daredevils (#3)

Jaws (Main Title) - John Williams & His Orchestra (#32) (instrumental)

Jive Talkin' - Bee Gees (#1)

Judy Mae - Boomer Castleman (#33)

Just a Little Bit of You - Michael Jackson (#23)

Just Too Many People - Melissa Manchester (#30)

Killer Queen - Queen (#12)

L-O-V-E (Love) - Al Green (#13)

Lady Blue - Leon Russell (#14)

Lady Marmalade - Labelle (#1)

The Last Farewell - Roger Whittaker (#19)

The Last Game of the Season (A Blind Man in the Bleachers) - David Geddes (#18)

Let the Music Play - Barry White (#32)

Let's Do It Again - The Staple Singers (#1)

Let's Live Together - The Road Apples (#35)

Letting Go - Paul McCartney & Wings (#39)

Listen To What the Man Said - Paul McCartney & Wings (#1)

Living a Little, Laughing a Little - Spinners (#37)

Lizzie and the Rainman - Tanya Tucker (#37)

Lonely People - America (#5)

Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance) - Leo Sayer (#9)

Look at Me (I'm in Love) - The Moments (#39)

Look in My Eyes, Pretty Woman - Tony Orlando & Dawn (#11)

Love Hurts - Nazareth (#8)

Love Is the Drug - Roxy Music (#30)

Love Machine (Part 1) - The Miracles (#1)

Love or Leave - Spinners (#36)

Love Rollercoaster - Ohio Players (#1)

Love to Love You Baby - Donna Summer (#2)

Love Will Keep Us Together - Captain & Tennille (#1)

Love Won't Let Me Wait - Major Harris (#5)

Lovin' You - Minnie Riperton (#1)

Low Rider - War (#7)

Lyin' Eyes - Eagles (#2)

Magic - Pilot (#5)

Mandy - Barry Manilow (#1)

Midnight Blue - Melissa Manchester (#6)

Miracles - Jefferson Starship (#3)

Misty - Ray Stevens (#14)

Mornin' Beautiful - Tony Orlando & Dawn (#14)

Movin' On - Bad Company (#19)

Mr. Jaws - Dickie Goodman (#4)

Must of Got Lost - J. Geils Band (#12)

My Boy - Elvis Presley (#20)

My Eyes Adored You - Frankie Valli (#1)

My Little Town - Simon & Garfunkel (#9)

Never Can Say Goodbye - Gloria Gaynor (#9)

Never Let Her Go - David Gates (#29)

Nightingale - Carole King (#9)

Nights on Broadway - Bee Gees (#7)

The No No Song - Ringo Starr (#3)

Old Days - Chicago (#5)

Once You Get Started - Rufus featuring Chaka Khan (#10)

One Of These Nights - Eagles (#1)

One Man Woman / One Woman Man - Paul Anka with Odia Coates (#7)

Only Women Bleed - Alice Cooper (#12)

Only Yesterday - Carpenters (#4)

Operator - The Manhattan Transfer (#22)

Our Day Will Come - Frankie Valli (#11)

Part of the Plan - Dan Fogelberg (#31)

Part Time Love - Gladys Knight & The Pips (#22)

Peace Pipe - B.T. Express (#31)

Philadelphia Freedom - Elton John (#1)

Pick Up the Pieces - Average White Band (#1) (instrumental)

Please Mr. Please - Olivia Newton-John (#3)

Please Mr. Postman - Carpenters (#1)

Poetry Man - Phoebe Snow (#5)

The Proud One - The Osmonds (#22)

Rainy Day People - Gordon Lightfoot (#26)

Remember What I Told You to Forget - Tavares (#25)

Rendezvous - Hudson Brothers (#26)

Rhinestone Cowboy - Glen Campbell (#1)

Ride 'Em Cowboy - Paul Davis (#23)

Rock and Roll All Nite (Live) - KISS (#12)

Rock & Roll (I Gave You the Best Years of My Life) - Mac Davis (#15)

The Rockford Files - Mike Post (#10) (instrumental)

Rockin' All Over the World - John Fogerty (#27)

Rockin' Chair - Gwen McCrae (#9)

Rocky - Austin Roberts (#9)

Roll On Down the Highway - Bachman-Turner Overdrive (#14)

Ruby Baby - Billy "Crash" Craddock (#33)

Run Joey Run - David Geddes (#4)

Sad Sweet Dreamer - Sweet Sensation (#14)

Satin Soul - Love Unlimited Orchestra (#22) (instrumental)

Saturday Night Special - Lynyrd Skynyrd (#27)

School Boy Crush - Average White Band (#33)

Secret Love - Freddy Fender (#20)

Send in the Clowns - Judy Collins (#36)

Shakey Ground - The Temptations (#26)

Shame, Shame, Shame - Shirley & Company (#12)

Shaving Cream - Benny Bell (#30)

Shining Star - Earth, Wind & Fire (#1)

Shoeshine Boy - Eddie Kendricks (#18)

(Shu-Doo-Pa-Poo-Poop) Love Being Your Fool - Travis Wammack (#38)

Sister Golden Hair - America (#1)

Sky High - Jigsaw (#3)

Slippery When Wet - Commodores (#19)

Solitaire - Carpenters (#17)

Some Kind of Wonderful - Grand Funk Railroad (#3)

Someone Saved My Life Tonight - Elton John (#4)

Something Better to Do - Olivia Newton-John (#13)

Somewhere In the Night - Helen Reddy (#19)

SOS - Abba (#15)

The South's Gonna Do It - Charlie Daniels Band (#29)

Spirit of the Boogie - Kool & The Gang (#35)

Squeeze Box - The Who (#16)

Stand By Me - John Lennon (#20)

Supernatural Thing (Part 1) - Ben E. King (#5)

Swearin' to God - Frankie Valli (#6)

Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith (#36)

Sweet Maxine - The Doobie Brothers (#40)

Sweet Sticky Thing - Ohio Players (#33)

Sweet Surrender - John Denver (#13)

T-R-O-U-B-L-E - Elvis Presley (#35)

Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me) - The Doobie Brothers (#11)

Tangled Up in Blue - Bob Dylan (#31)

Thank God I'm A Country Boy - John Denver (#1)

That's the Way (I Like It) - KC & The Sunshine Band (#1)

That's the Way of the World - Earth, Wind & Fire (#12)

That's When the Music Takes Me - Neil Sedaka (#27)

Theme from "S.W.A.T." - Rhythm Heritage (#1) (instrumental)

There Goes Another Love Song - Outlaws (#34)

Third-Rate Romance - The Amazing Rhythm Aces (#14)

This Will Be - Natalie Cole (#6)

'Til the World Ends - Three Dog Night (#32)

Trampled Under Foot - Led Zeppelin (#38)

Tush - ZZ Top (#20)

Two Fine People - Cat Stevens (#33)

Up in a Puff of Smoke - Polly Brown (#16)

Venus and Mars / Rock Show - Paul McCartney & Wings (#12)

Volare - Al Martino (#33)

Wake Up Everybody (Part 1) - Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (#12)

Walk Away from Love - David Ruffin (#9)

Walking In Rhythm - The Blackbyrds (#6)

Wasted Days and Wasted Nights - Freddy Fender (#8)

The Way I Want to Touch You - Captain & Tennille (#4)

The Way We Were / Try to Remember - Gladys Knight & The Pips (#11)

What A Diff'rence A Day Makes - Esther Phillips (#20)

What Am I Gonna Do With You - Barry White (#8)

When Will I Be Loved? - Linda Ronstadt (#2)

The White Knight - Cledus Maggard & The Citizen's Band (#19)

Who Loves You - The 4 Seasons (#3)

Who's Sorry Now - Marie Osmond (#40)

Why Can't We Be Friends? - War (#6)

Wildfire - Michael Martin Murphey (#3)

Wolf Creek Pass - C.W. McCall (#40)

You - George Harrison (#20)

You Are So Beautiful - Joe Cocker (#5)

You're All I Need to Get By - Tony Orlando & Dawn (#34)

You're No Good - Linda Ronstadt (#1)

Young Americans - David Bowie (#28)

Your Love - Graham Central Station (#38)

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