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February 24, 2013 at 2:46 am #775

Seventies Man

Here is a chart from April 1971- but what was No. 1?
This week all members of the ex=Beatles aare in the charts with solo single. George Harrison produced the single for Ringo.
No. 20
It’s Impossible by Perry Como
No.19
Strange Kind Of Woman by Deep Purple
No. 18
Knock Three Times by Dawn
No. 17
Another Day by Paul McCartney
No. 16
Power To The People by John Lennon And The Plastic Ono Band
No. 15
Rosetta by Fame and Price Together
Alan Price and Georgie Fame together on this single. Alan was born in 1942 and was in the Animals during the 1960s. Georgie was born in 1943 had hit singles in the 1960s and also is partly responsible for the launch of pirate radio station Radio Caroline and his biggest hit was the Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde in 1967.

No. 14
Funny Funny by Sweet
No. 13
Remember Me by Diana Ross
No. 12
It Don’t Come Easy by Ringo Starr
No. 11
There Goes My Everything by Elvis Presley
No. 10
Jack In The Box by Clodagh Rodgers
No. 9
Something Old, Something New by Fantastics
They were called The Velours until 1968 when they changed their name to Fantastics. This song was written by Roger Greenaway who was in the famous Blue Mink group who had several hits in the 1970s.

No. 8
Walkin’ by CCS
No. 7
If Not For You by Olivia Newton John
No. 6
Mozart Symphony No. 40 In G Minor by Waldo De Los Rios
No. 5
Rose Garden by Lynn Anderson
No. 4
Where Do I Begin Love Story by Andy Williams
No. 3
Bridget The Midget Queen Of The Blues by Ray Stevens
No. 2
Double Barrel by Dave And Ansel Williams
No. 1 answer at http://www.inthe1970s.com/2012/12/09/music-charts-april-24th-1971/

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