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Subject: 1975

Written By: Ryan112390 on 08/13/09 at 5:59 am

1975 IMO was an interesting year.

It was the last year that America had a trade surplus (the last year we exported more than we imported)--We haven't had a trade surplus since; It was the first year since WWII that unemployment reached higher than 7% (as of May 1975). The Vietnam finally ended in April '75, with the last US troops home not long after. The Altair 8800 is released in January, the first microcomputer.

The trials of Nixon aides and Chief of Staff Haldeman and Ehlichman finish and result in their receiving prison sentences. Pres. Ford  appoints Vice Pres. Rockefeller to head a commission to investigate CIA abuses at home, and it's findings emphasize the need for further oversight of the CIA; Jimmy Hoffa goes missing. The Helenski accords are signed. Pres Ford posthumusly pardons General Robert E. Lee. NASA launches the Viking I probe toward Mars. On September 5th, Squeaky Fromme attempts to kill President Ford; On September 22nd, Sarah Jane Moore attempts to kill Pres. Ford; In November Ronald Reagan enters the Republican race for the Presidential nomination to challenge President Ford. New York City is approved for a bailout of 2.3 billion each year through 1978 (the city had went bankrupt that October.) on December 8th. A bomb explosion at LaGuardia airport kills 11 on December 29th, finishing out the year.

In television, the shows Barney Miller, Starsky and Hutch, Baretta, Wheel of Fortune, Welcome Back, Kotter, Good Morning America, The Jeffersons  and Saturday Night Live all premiered;

In cinema, the movies Jaws, One Flew Over the CooCoo's Nest, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Dog Day Afternoon and Tommy all were released this year.

In music: Welcome To My Nightmare, Alice Cooper's first solo album is released. Aerosmith releases Toys in the Attic. Three Led Zeppelin concerts at Madison Square Garden sell out in a record four hours, they release Physical Graffiti, a hit double album later in the 1975. The Rolling Stones announce their upcoming North American tour by performing Brown Sugar from a flatbed truck on Fifth Avenue in New York City.  Pink Floyd releases their album Wish You Were Here and is a huge hit. The Ramones release their debut single, "Blitzkrieg Bop". The Sex Pistols play their first concert on 11/6. Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" goes to number one. Iron Maiden forms on Christmas Day 1975. The Bee Gees begin their mid-70s international comeback when Jive Talkin' reaches #1 in August.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: gibbo on 08/13/09 at 4:25 pm

It was one of my favourite years too.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: CeramicsFanatic on 08/13/09 at 4:53 pm


It was one of my favourite years too.


Certainly was a good year for music!  8)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Paul on 08/13/09 at 5:01 pm

I think our family acquired our first colour tv set this year!  :D

Cost the old feller a bomb and us kids weren't allowed near it 'unsupervised'!  :o

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/13/09 at 5:38 pm

1975 was a great year for films (Jaws, One Flew Over the coocoo's nest, etc.. ) and TV shows (MASH All in the Family, Six Million dollar man, Jeffersons ,Happy Days etc...) and music was great as well.  Also the Reds/Red Sox World series was one of the best ever. (best remember for Carlton Fisk's HR in game 6)

In Montreal (where I lived at the time), the Summer Olympics were 1 year away, quite exciting.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: whistledog on 08/13/09 at 7:14 pm

5 songs from 1975 that I have on my ZUNE and I listen to all the time ...

Wednesday - Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
Hagood Hardy - The Homecoming
Major Hoople's Boarding House - I'm Running After You
Pagliaro - What the Hell I Got
Bond - Dancin' on A Saturday Night

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: gibbo on 08/13/09 at 7:38 pm

Here are some of the songs that bring back fond memories for me of that year...

Love Will Keep Us Together - Captain and tenille
Sister Golden Hair - America
Laughter In the Rain - Neil Sedaka
Ladu Marmalade - LaBelle
Listen To What the Man Said - McCartney and Wings
One of These Nights - Eagles
Down, Down - Status Quo
January - Pilot
Make Me Smile - Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel
I'm Not In Love - 10cc
Hold Me Close - David Essex
Space Oddity - Bowie
Bohemian Rapsody - Queen
At Seventeen - Janis Ian
Ballroom Blitz - The Sweet
Long Tall Glasses - Leo Sayer
Once Bitten, Twice Shy - Ian Hunter
Rock and Roll All Nite - KiZZ

There were many more...as I used to sit by the radio/casette recorder at the ready with the Pause and Record button....ABBA were real big with me back then too... :)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: coqueta83 on 08/13/09 at 7:44 pm

My parents met for the first time in 1975.  :)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/13/09 at 8:33 pm

great year for music

in 1975 you could get a burger at Taco Bell  8) 

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Davester on 08/13/09 at 9:24 pm


in 1975 you could get a burger at Taco Bell  8)   


  Get outta here...

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/13/09 at 10:37 pm


   Get outta here...
you could Davester. there was a brief span of time when Taco Bell did not think outside the bun.  they offered the Bell Burger. it was later changed to the Bell Beefer. it was basically their crunchy taco inside a hamburger bun....beef, lettuce, cheese (more thinly shredded back then) and they also added diced tomatoes.  man, if you got a case of the munchies those things were perfect. squeeze a packet of mild sauce on it and grub!  8)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: gibbo on 08/13/09 at 11:15 pm


you could Davester. there was a brief span of time when Taco Bell did not think outside the bun.  they offered the Bell Burger. it was later changed to the Bell Beefer. it was basically their crunchy taco inside a hamburger bun....beef, lettuce, cheese (more thinly shredded back then) and they also added diced tomatoes.  man, if you got a case of the munchies those things were perfect. squeeze a packet of mild sauce on it and grub!  8)


...and In Australia Burger King (Hungry Jacks over here) offered Roast Beef rolls and Yumbo's (hot sliced ham on a roll). Both items were favourites of mine and both are now extinct!  :-\\

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/14/09 at 1:07 am

Back in 1975 you could get a Quarter Pounder Without Cheese at McDonalds (here in Canada)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Paul on 08/14/09 at 6:54 am


Bond - Dancin' on A Saturday Night


Presumably a cover of Barry Blue's big British hit two years previous...

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: whistledog on 08/14/09 at 8:30 am


Presumably a cover of Barry Blue's big British hit two years previous...


It was yes

Bond rocked up their version with horns and a heavier guitar base and took the song into the Canadian Top 20.  It still gets play on classic rock stations around here, but I don't know if it was a success outside of Canada ...

Bond - Dancin' (on A Saturday Night)


It seems like the 70s was the era of the quick cover song.  Covers of songs within a few years apart

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Paul on 08/14/09 at 1:44 pm


Bond rocked up their version with horns and a heavier guitar base and took the song into the Canadian Top 20.  It still gets play on classic rock stations around here, but I don't know if it was a success outside of Canada ...


As the original was still 'fresh' in most people's minds, it probably didn't even warrant a release here... :-\\

It's not a bad take by any means, but I still prefer Bazza's version...


Certainly was a good year for music!  8)


Heh! Then I certainly apologise for this, young Karen!  ;)

Amazingly, this even became a minor hit in the States!  :D

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/14/09 at 2:19 pm

I had an 8 track player in my Chevy  8)  pretty much all my music purchases were either 8 track or LP record albums

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: coqueta83 on 08/14/09 at 8:08 pm

Movies I like from 1975 -

Jaws
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Mahogany
Rollerball

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Mushroom on 08/14/09 at 8:35 pm

Wow, I sure remember 1975.  It was a big year of changes for me.

It was the year I moved to Idaho.
I learned to ski and sail in 1975.
The CB craze was big, with the song Convoy by C.W. McCall.
"The Hustle" by Van McCoy came out, signalling the start of the Disco era.
Work began on the Alaska Pipeline.
South Vietnam fell to North Vietnam.
Carlos kidnaps the OPEC representatives.
The SS Edmund Fitzgerald sinks.
Generalisimo Francisco Franco dies.
Micro-Soft is founded.
After being closed for 8 years, the Suez Canal reopens.
The "Thrilla in Manila", Ali beats Frazier.
Generalisimo Francisco Franco is still dead.
Patty Hearst is captured.
The Apollo-Soyuz mission.

We lost many fine people, including Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Casey Stengel, Rod Serling, and Josephine Baker.

Postage increased from 10 cents to 13 cents.

The first VCRs are produced.
The Altair 8800 is released.

Movies released include The Apple Dumpling Gang, Deathrace 2000, The Sunshine Boys, Coonskin, Dog Day Afternoon, Shampoo, Rooster Cogburn, Escape To Witch Mountain, and Rollerball.

Wow, just thinking about this wants to find a pair of Toughskin jeans, and dig out my old Paul Simon Still Crazy After All These Years album.   8)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: 80sfan on 08/14/09 at 11:24 pm

Being a Vietnamese person who was born in the South, 1975 was a sad year.  :\'(

The communist taking over was a nightmare come true for my father and mother.
Between 1975-1990, we were poor and when we finally left Vietnam in 1990 my mother promised she and her family would never be poor again.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/15/09 at 12:11 am


Wow, I sure remember 1975.  It was a big year of changes for me.

It was the year I moved to Idaho.
I learned to ski and sail in 1975.
The CB craze was big, with the song Convoy by C.W. McCall.
"The Hustle" by Van McCoy came out, signalling the start of the Disco era.
Work began on the Alaska Pipeline.
South Vietnam fell to North Vietnam.
Carlos kidnaps the OPEC representatives.
The SS Edmund Fitzgerald sinks.
Generalisimo Francisco Franco dies.
Micro-Soft is founded.
After being closed for 8 years, the Suez Canal reopens.
The "Thrilla in Manila", Ali beats Frazier.
Generalisimo Francisco Franco is still dead.
Patty Hearst is captured.
The Apollo-Soyuz mission.

We lost many fine people, including Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Casey Stengel, Rod Serling, and Josephine Baker.

Postage increased from 10 cents to 13 cents.

The first VCRs are produced.
The Altair 8800 is released.

Movies released include The Apple Dumpling Gang, Deathrace 2000, The Sunshine Boys, Coonskin, Dog Day Afternoon, Shampoo, Rooster Cogburn, Escape To Witch Mountain, and Rollerball.

Wow, just thinking about this wants to find a pair of Toughskin jeans, and dig out my old Paul Simon Still Crazy After All These Years album.  8)

Nice summary there, appreciate it, and laughed at your "Generalisimo Francisco Franco is still dead.". SNL debuts in '75 I believe

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/15/09 at 12:27 am


Being a Vietnamese person who was born in the South, 1975 was a sad year.   :\'(

The communist taking over was a nightmare come true for my father and mother.
Between 1975-1990, we were poor and when we finally left Vietnam in 1990 my mother promised she and her family would never be poor again.
very sad indeed. you and your parents must have fascinating experiences, hopefully not all sad but some stories of your perseverance and hope.


The Towering Inferno was in theatres in 1975 and in my home town of Manteca, we used to go to the only theatre in town, the charming El Rey Theatre. I was probably 7 years old in 1963 when I first went with my dad and brother to the movies. it looked like this back then http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0S0204gRYZKD_sAGYCjzbkF/SIG=12i5i92e3/EXP=1250399904/**http%3A//i28.photobucket.com/albums/c235/badfingermike/ElRey.jpg
check this out:
The El Rey Theater, built in 1930 was a long-time fixture of downtown Manteca and was popular throughout this part of the Central Valley. It was an elegant example of the Art Deco style, including a large triangular-shaped blade marquee spelling out the theater's name.
The theatre hit the news in 1975, when a fire started, ironically during a screening of "Towering Inferno", and quickly gutted the entire theater. The blackened shell of the theater would stand ignored for twenty two years.    


as for the Vietnam War, I turned 18 years old in 1974 and had to sign up for the draft and fortunately for me the war ended and I was not drafted.


Average Cost of new house $39,300.00
Average Income per year $14,100.00
Average Monthly Rent $200.00
Cost of a gallon of Gas 44 cents
Average cost new car$4,250.00
The Unemployment Rate in the US reaches 9.2% and recession is recognized by President Ford
Jimmy Hoffa ex teamsters boss disappears never to be seen again  
BIC launches first disposable Razor
The Godfather Part II
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Young Frankenstein
Tiger Woods December 30th 1975
Angelina Jolie June 4th
Kate Winslet October 5th
and Saturday Night Live debuts on NBC  8)


Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Michael C. on 08/15/09 at 5:39 pm

WOW...
A LOT of Movies I like came from 1975:
The Drowning Pool
Beyond the Door
Hustle
Breakout
French Connection II
Hard Times
The Eiger Sanction
The Killer Elite
The Hindenburg
Black Christmas
White Line Fever
The Stepford Wives
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Nashville
Tommy
Listomania
Barry Lyndon
Race With The Devil
Mitchell
The Yakuza
Night Moves
Return to Macon County
Nashville
Three Days of the Condor
The Black Bird
Abduction
The Devil's Rain

and yes all of them are in My DVD collection......

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/15/09 at 6:27 pm


WOW...
A LOT of Movies I like came from 1975:
The Drowning Pool
Beyond the Door
Hustle
Breakout
French Connection II
Hard Times
The Eiger Sanction
The Killer Elite
The Hindenburg
Black Christmas
White Line Fever
The Stepford Wives
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
Nashville
Tommy
Listomania
Barry Lyndon
Race With The Devil
Mitchell
The Yakuza
Night Moves
Return to Macon County
Nashville
Three Days of the Condor
The Black Bird
Abduction
The Devil's Rain

and yes all of them are in My DVD collection......

Looks like you have a whole room load of DVDs, if this is the 1975 list only.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: AmericanGirl on 08/16/09 at 7:28 am

1975 was indeed a superb year for music.  It's also the year Disco started becoming a dominant musical force.  (I'm not tying those factors together - that's just how it went.)  But then, as with its predecessors, style diversity remained a huge part of the music landscape in 1975.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Michael C. on 08/16/09 at 8:49 am

1975 singles
highest
position
on chart

1      America             Sister Golden Hair
1 Average White Band Pick Up the Pieces
1 B.J. Thomas (Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song
1 Barry Manilow Mandy
1 Bee Gees Jive Talkin'
1 C.W. McCall Convoy
1 Captain & Tennille Love Will Keep Us Together
1 Carpenters Please Mr. Postman
1 David Bowie Fame
1 Eagles One Of These Nights
1 Eagles Best of My Love
1 Earth, Wind & Fire Shining Star
1 Elton John Island Girl
1 Elton John Philadelphia Freedom
1 Frankie Valli My Eyes Adored You
1 Freddy Fender Before the Next Teardrop Falls
1 Glen Campbell Rhinestone Cowboy
1 Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds Fallin' In Love
1 John Denver Thank God I'm A Country Boy
1 John Denver I'm Sorry
1 KC & The Sunshine Band That's the Way (I Like It)
1 KC & The Sunshine Band Get Down Tonight
1 Labelle Lady Marmalade
1 Linda Ronstadt You're No Good
1 Minnie Riperton Lovin' You
1 Neil Sedaka Bad Blood
1 Ohio Players Fire
1 Ohio Players Love Rollercoaster
1 Olivia Newton-John Have You Never Been Mellow
1 Paul McCartney & Wings Listen To What the Man Said
1 Paul Simon 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
1 Rhythm Heritage Theme from "S.W.A.T."
1 Silver Convention Fly, Robin, Fly
1 The Miracles Love Machine (Part 1)
1 The Staple Singers Let's Do It Again
1 Tony Orlando & Dawn He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)
1 Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony The Hustle
2 10cc I'm Not in Love
2 Donna Summer Love to Love You Baby
2 Eagles Lyin' Eyes
2 John Denver Calypso
2 Linda Ronstadt When Will I Be Loved?
3 Ace How Long
3 Grand Funk Railroad Some Kind of Wonderful
3 Janis Ian At Seventeen
3 Jefferson Starship Miracles
3 Jigsaw Sky High
3 Michael Martin Murphey Wildfire
3 Olivia Newton-John Please Mr. Please
3 Ozark Mountain Daredevils Jackie Blue
3 Ringo Starr The No No Song
3 The 4 Seasons Who Loves You
4 B.T. Express Express
4 Captain & Tennille The Way I Want to Touch You
4 Carpenters Only Yesterday
4 David Geddes Run Joey Run
4 Dickie Goodman Mr. Jaws
4 Elton John Someone Saved My Life Tonight
4 Grand Funk Railroad Bad Time
4 Jessi Colter I'm Not Lisa
4 The Isley Brothers Fight the Power (Part 1)
5 America Lonely People
5 Ben E. King Supernatural Thing (Part 1)
5 Chicago Old Days
5 James Taylor How Sweet It Is (to Be Loved by You)
5 Joe Cocker You Are So Beautiful
5 Linda Ronstadt Heat Wave
5 Major Harris Love Won't Let Me Wait
5 Phoebe Snow Poetry Man
5 Pilot Magic
5 Sammy Johns Chevy Van
5 Spinners Games People Play
5 Sweet Ballroom Blitz
5 Sweet Fox on the Run
5 The O'Jays I Love Music (Part 1)
6 Barry Manilow Could It Be Magic
6 Frankie Valli Swearin' to God
6 Melissa Manchester Midnight Blue
6 Morris Albert Feelings
6 Natalie Cole This Will Be
6 Orleans Dance With Me
6 The Blackbyrds Walking In Rhythm
6 War Why Can't We Be Friends?
7 Bee Gees Nights on Broadway
7 Paul Anka with Odia Coates One Man Woman / One Woman Man
7 War Low Rider
8 Barry White What Am I Gonna Do With You
8 Freddy Fender Wasted Days and Wasted Nights
8 Helen Reddy Ain't No Way To Treat a Lady
8 Hot Chocolate Emma
8 Joe Simon Get Down, Get Down (Get on the Floor)
8 Nazareth Love Hurts
8 Paul Anka with Odia Coates I Don't Like To Sleep Alone
9 Austin Roberts Rocky
9 Carole King Nightingale
9 David Ruffin Walk Away from Love
9 Electric Light Orchestra Can't Get It Out of My Head
9 Gloria Gaynor Never Can Say Goodbye
9 Gwen McCrae Rockin' Chair
9 John Lennon # 9 Dream
9 Leo Sayer Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance)
9 Simon & Garfunkel My Little Town
10 Average White Band Cut the Cake
10 Bad Company Feel Like Makin' Love
10 Bazuka featuring Tony Camillo Dynomite-(Part 1)
10 Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes Get Dancin'
10 Mike Post The Rockford Files
10 Rufus featuring Chaka Khan Once You Get Started
10 Tavares It Only Takes a Minute
11 Carol Douglas Doctor's Orders
11 Frankie Valli Our Day Will Come
11 Gladys Knight & The Pips The Way We Were / Try to Remember
11 People's Choice Do It Any Way You Wanna
11 The Doobie Brothers Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me)
11 The Ritchie Family Brazil
11 Tony Orlando & Dawn Look in My Eyes, Pretty Woman
12 Alice Cooper Only Women Bleed
12 Barry Manilow It's A Miracle
12 Earth, Wind & Fire That's the Way of the World
12 Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes Wake Up Everybody (Part 1)
12 J. Geils Band Must of Got Lost
12 KISS Rock and Roll All Nite (Live)
12 Paul McCartney & Wings Venus and Mars / Rock Show
12 Queen Killer Queen
12 Shirley & Company Shame, Shame, Shame
13 Al Green L-O-V-E (love)
13 Chicago Harry Truman
13 John Denver Sweet Surrender
13 Olivia Newton-John Something Better to Do
14 Bachman-Turner Overdrive Roll On Down the Highway
14 Herbie Mann Hijack
14 Leon Russell Lady Blue
14 Ray Stevens Misty
14 Sweet Sensation Sad Sweet Dreamer
14 The Amazing Rhythm Aces Third-Rate Romance
14 Tony Orlando & Dawn Mornin' Beautiful
14 Wing and a Prayer Fife & Drum Corps Baby Face
15 ABBA SOS
15 George Harrison Dark Horse
15 Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes Bad Luck (Part 1)
15 Leon Haywood I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You
15 Mac Davis Rock & Roll (I Gave You the Best Years of My Life)
15 Paul Anka with Odia Coates (I Believe) There's Nothing Stronger Than Our Love
15 Pete Wingfield Eighteen with a Bullet
15 The Jackson 5 I Am Love (Parts 1 & 2)
16 Dwight Twilley Band I'm on Fire
16 Polly Brown Up in a Puff of Smoke
16 The Jimmy Castor Bunch The Bertha Butt Boogie (Part 1)
16 The Who Squeeze Box
17 Ambrosia Holdin' On To Yesterday
17 Carpenters Solitaire
18 Art Garfunkel I Only Have Eyes for You
18 David Geddes The Last Game of the Season (A Blind Man in the Bleachers)
18 Eddie Kendricks Shoeshine Boy
18 Seals & Crofts I'll Play for You
19 Bad Company Movin' On
19 Charlie Rich Every Time I Touch You (I Get High)
19 Cledus Maggard & The Citizen's Band The White Knight
19 Commodores Slippery When Wet
19 Helen Reddy Somewhere In the Night
19 Roger Whittaker The Last Farewell
20 America Daisy Jane
20 Elvis Presley My Boy
20 Esther Phillips What A Diff'rence A Day Makes
20 Freddy Fender Secret Love
20 George Harrison You
20 John Lennon Stand By Me
20 Pointer Sisters How Long (Betcha Got a Chick on the Side)
20 ZZ Top Tush
21 Bachman-Turner Overdrive Hey You
21 Carly Simon Attitude Dancing
21 Johnny Wakelin & The Kinshasa Band Black Superman - Muhammad Ali
21 Michael Martin Murphey Carolina in the Pines
21 Willie Nelson Blue Eyes Crying In the Rain
22 Gladys Knight & The Pips Part Time Love
22 Helen Reddy Emotion
22 Johnny Rivers Help Me, Rhonda
22 Love Unlimited Orchestra Satin Soul
22 Neil Sedaka The Immigrant
22 The Isley Brothers For the Love of You (Parts 1 & 2)
22 The Manhattan Transfer Operator
22 The Osmonds The Proud One
23 Bruce Springsteen Born to Run
23 Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes I Wanna Dance Wit' Choo (Part 1)
23 Michael Jackson Just a Little Bit of You
23 Paul Davis Ride 'Em Cowboy
23 Paul Simon & Phoebe Snow Gone at Last
24 Joni Mitchell Big Yellow Taxi
25 Kraftwerk Autobahn
25 Tavares Remember What I Told You to Forget
26 5000 Volts I'm on Fire
26 Gordon Lightfoot Rainy Day People
26 Hudson Brothers Rendezvous
26 Smokey Robinson Baby That's Backatcha
26 The Temptations Shakey Ground
27 John Fogerty Rockin' All Over the World
27 Lobo Don't Tell Me Goodnight
27 Lynyrd Skynyrd Saturday Night Special
27 Neil Sedaka That's When the Music Takes Me
27 Pure Prairie League Amie
28 Al Green Full of Fire
28 David Bowie Young Americans
28 Hot Chocolate Disco Queen
28 The Guess Who Dancin' Fool
29 Charlie Daniels Band The South's Gonna Do It
29 David Gates Never Let Her Go
29 Fanny Butter Boy
30 Benny Bell Shaving Cream
30 Melissa Manchester Just Too Many People
30 Roxy Music Love Is the Drug
31 B.T. Express Peace Pipe
31 Bob Dylan Tangled Up in Blue
31 Dan Fogelberg Part of the Plan
31 Ringo Starr It's All Down to Goodnight Vienna
32 Barry White Let the Music Play
32 John Williams & His Orchestra Jaws (Main Title)
32 Three Dog Night 'Til the World Ends
33 Al Martino Volare
33 Average White Band School Boy Crush
33 Billy "Crash" Craddock Ruby Baby
33 Bobby Vinton Beer Barrel Polka
33 Boomer Castleman Judy Mae
33 Cat Stevens Two Fine People
33 Ohio Players Sweet Sticky Thing
34 Neil Diamond I've Been This Way Before
34 Outlaws There Goes Another Love Song
34 Tony Orlando & Dawn You're All I Need to Get By
35 Elvis Presley T-R-O-U-B-L-E
35 Helen Reddy Bluebird
35 Joan Baez Diamonds and Rust
35 Kool & The Gang Spirit of the Boogie
35 Supertramp Bloody Well Right
35 The Road Apples Let's Live Together
36 Aerosmith Sweet Emotion
36 Bad Company Good Lovin' Gone Bad
36 George Harrison Ding Dong, Ding Dong
36 Judy Collins Send in the Clowns
36 Smokey Robinson The Agony and the Ecstasy
36 Spinners Love or Leave
36 The New Birth Dream Merchant
37 George McCrae I Get Lifted
37 Jim Stafford I Got Stoned and I Missed It
37 Spinners Living a Little, Laughing a Little
37 Steely Dan Black Friday
37 Tanya Tucker Lizzie and the Rainman
37 The Manhattans Don't Take Your Love
37 The Temptations Glasshouse
38 Graham Central Station Your Love
38 Led Zeppelin Trampled Under Foot
38 The Marshall Tucker Band Fire on the Mountain
38 Travis Wammack (Shu-Doo-Pa_Poo-Poop) Love Being Your Fool
39 Average White Band If I Ever Lose This Heaven
39 Paul McCartney & Wings Letting Go
39 The Moments Look at Me (I'm in Love)
40 B.T. Express Give It What You Got
40 Barry White I'll Do For You Anything You Want Me To
40 C.W. McCall Wolf Creek Pass
40 Marie Osmond Who's Sorry Now
40 The Doobie Brothers Sweet Maxine
41 Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids Good Times, Rock and Roll
41 Hagood Hardy The Homecoming
41 Willie Hutch Love Power
42 Consumer Rapport Ease On Down The Road
42 Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes Hope That We Can Be Together Soon
42 John Paul Young Yesterday's Hero
42 MFSB Sexy
42 Millie Jackson If Loving You Is Wrong I Don't Want To Be Right
42 The Rolling Stones I Don't Know Why
43 Bachman-Turner Overdrive Down To The Line
43 Bimbo Jet El Bimbo
43 Bob Seger Katmandu
43 Crown Heights Affair Dreaming A Dream
44 America Woman Tonight
44 Diamond Reo Ain't That Peculiar
44 Donny and Marie Osmond Make The World Go Away
44 Harry Chapin I Wanna Learn A Love Song
44 Ohio Players I Want To Be Free
44 Ramsey Lewis (With Earth, Wind and Fire) Sun Goddess
45 Alice Cooper Welcome To My Nightmare
45 Arthur Alexander Everyday I Have To Cry Some
45 Freddy Fender Since I Met You Baby
45 Merry Clayton Keep You Eye On The Sparrow
45 The O'Jays Give The People What They Want
46 Charlie Kulis Runaway
46 Gary Toms Empire 7-6-5-4-3-2-1 (Blow Your Whistle)
46 Van McCoy Change With The Times
47 Frank Sinatra I Believe I'm Gonna Love You
47 Gladys Knight & The Pips Love Finds It's Own Way
47 Justin Hayward I Dreamed Last Night
47 Linda Ronstadt It Doesn't Matter Anymore
47 The Dramatics Me and Mrs Jones (Live)
47 The Stylistics Star On A TV Show
48 Al Green Oh Me, Oh My (Dreams In My Arms)
48 Carl Douglas Dance The Kung Fu
48 Chaka Khan (Rufus) Please Pardon Me
48 Ecstasy, Passion and Pain One Beautiful Day
48 Patti LaBelle (As LaBelle) What Can I Do For You
48 Purple Reign This Old Man
48 Syl Johnson Take Me To The River
49 Captain & Tennille Por Amor Viviremos
49 Charlie Rich My Elusive Dreams
49 James Taylor Mexico
49 Jefferson Airplane/Starship Play On Love
49 The Beach Boys Sail On Sailor
49 Tony Orlando & Dawn Skybird
50 Donny Osmond I Have A Dream
50 Eddie Kendricks Get The Cream Off The Top
50 Evie Sands You Brought The Woman Out Of Me
50 Evie Sands I Love Makin' Love To You
50 Faith, Hope and Charity To Each His Own
50 Gladys Knight & The Pips Money
50 Jud Strunk The Biggest Parakeets In Town
50 Poco Keep On Tryin'
50 Ramsey Lewis (With Earth, Wind and Fire) Hot Dawgit
51 The Stylistics Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)
52 Graham Nash (With David Crosby) Carry Me
52 Loggins & Messina Growin'
52 Sammy Johns Rag Doll
52 Sly & The Family Stone I Get High On You
52 Tavares Free Ride
53 Aretha Franklin Mr. D.J. (5 For The D.J.)
53 Billy Swan I'm Her Fool
53 Fox Only You Can
53 Mac Davis Burning Thing
54 Billy "Crash" Craddock Easy As Pie
54 Cheech and Chong How I Spent My Summer Vacation
54 Grover Washington Jr. Mister Magic
54 Mac Davis All The Love In The World
54 Michael Jackson We're Almost There
54 Sam Neely I Fought The Law
54 Spinners Sadie
54 T.G. Sheppard Devil In The Bottle
55 Jim Capaldi It's Alright
55 Jim Gilstrap Swing Your Daddy
55 Kool & The Gang Caribbean Festival
55 Orleans Let There Be Music
55 Sha Na Na (Just Like) Romeo And Juliet
55 The Eleventh Hour Hollywood Hot
55 Tom T. Hall Sneaky Snake
56 Charlie Daniels Band Long Haired Country Boy
56 Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen Don't Let Go
56 Mike Post Manhattan Spiritual
57 Biddu Orchestra Summer Of 42
57 Bloodstone My Little Lady
57 Hudson Brothers Lonely School Year
57 Jessi Colter What's Happened To Blue Eyes
57 Joan Baez Blue Sky
58 Bobby Vinton Wooden Heart
58 Emmylou Harris If I Could Only Win Your Love
58 John Denver Christmas For Cowboys
58 Kenny Starr The Blind Man In The Bleachers
58 Rod Stewart Sailing
58 The Brecker Brothers Sneakin' Up Behind You
60 Ben E. King Do It In The Name Of Love
60 Brian Protheroe Pinball
60 Gloria Gaynor Reach Out, I'll Be There
60 Jackson 5/Jacksons Forever Came Today
60 Paula Webb Please, Mr. President
60 Tamiko Jones Touch Me Baby (Reaching Out For Your Love)
60 The Doobie Brothers I Cheat The Hangman
60 Waylon Jennings Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
61 Blue Swede Hush/I'm Alive
61 Charlie Ross Thanks For The Smiles
61 Chicago Brand New Love Affair, A
61 Conway Twitty Linda On My Mind
61 James Brown Sex Machine
61 Pointer Sisters Going Down Slowly
61 South Shore Commission Free Man
62 Blood, Sweat and Tears Got To Get You Into My Life
62 Katfish Dear Prudence
62 The Hues Corporation Love Corporation
63 Ambrosia Nice, Nice, Very Nice
63 Conway Twitty Don't Cry Joni
63 Kool & The Gang Rhyme Tyme People
63 Lana Cantrell Like A Sunday Morning
63 Linda Ronstadt Love Is A Rose
63 Prelude For A Dancer
64 B.J. Thomas Help Me Make It (To My Rockin' Chair)
64 Jessi Colter You Ain't Never Been Loved (Like I'm Gonna Love You)
65 Elvis Presley Bringing It Back
66 Cotton, Lloyd and Christian I Go To Pieces
66 Eddie Kendricks Happy
66 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (All I Have To Do Is) Dream
67 Alice Cooper Department Of Youth
67 Curtis Mayfield So In Love
67 Firefly Hey There Little Firefly
67 Narvel Felts Reconsider Me
67 The Allman Brothers Band Nevertheless
68 Head East Never Been Any Reason
68 KISS Rock And Roll All Nite
68 Loleatta Holloway Cry To Me
68 Ray Stevens Indian Love Call
68 Roger Daltry Come And Get Your Love
68 The Impressions Sooner Or Later
69 Batdorf and Rodney Somewhere In The Night
69 Chocolate Milk Action Speaks Louder Than Words
69 Gary Toms Empire Drive My Car (mix)
69 Jimmy Castor King Kong
69 Wet Willie Leona
70 Al Wilson I Won't Last A Day Without You/Let Me Be the One
70 Loretta Lynn The Pill
70 The Blackbyrds Flyin' High
70 The Brothers Johnson (With Quincy Jones) Is It Love That We're Missin'
70 The Stylistics Thank You Baby
71 Ace Rock and Roll Runaway
71 Billy Preston Fancy Lady
71 Four Tops Seven Lonely Nights
71 Hello People Future Shock
71 Odia Coates Showdown
71 The Grass Roots Mamacita
71 The Hollies Another Night
72 East L.A. Car Pool Like They Say In L.A.
72 John Dawson Read A Friend Of Mine Is Going Blind
72 The Amazing Rhythm Aces Amazing Grace (Used To Be Her Favorite Song)
72 Travis Wammack Easy Evil
73 Gene Cotton Damn It All
73 The Isley Brothers Midnight Sky
74 Fantastic Four Alvin Stone
74 First Class Funny How Love Can Be
74 Kiki Dee How Glad I Am
75 Frank Sinatra Anytime (I'll Be There)
75 Gloria Gaynor How High The Moon
75 Soul Train Gang Soul Train '75
75 The Impressions Same Thing It Took
75 The O'Jays Let Me Make Love To You
76 Bill Withers Make Love To Your Mind
76 Minnie Riperton Inside My Love
76 Roberta Flack Feelin' That Glow
76 Salsoul Orchestra Salsoul Hustle
76 The Stylistics Funky Weekend
77 Bellamy Brothers Nothin' Heavy
78 Billie Jo Spears Blanket On The Ground
78 Carly Simon Waterfall
78 Jim Gilstrap I'm On Fire
78 John Fogerty Almost Saturday Night
78 Lundi, Pat Party Music
78 The Allman Brothers Band Louisiana Lou And Three Card Monty John
78 The Chi-Lites Toby
78 The Marshall Tucker Band This Ol' Cowboy
79 Atlanta Rhythm Section Angel
79 Jethro Tull Minstrel In The Gallery
79 The Goodies The Funky Gibbon
80 Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes Jam Band
80 Dooley Silverspoon Bump Me Baby
80 James Brown Reality
81 Carol Douglas A Hurricane Is Coming Tonight
81 Grateful Dead The Music Never Stopped
81 The Dramatics The Stars In Your Eyes
81 The Rolling Stones Out Of Time
81 Vicki Lawrence The Other Woman
82 Rusty Wier Don't It Make You Wanna Dance
83 10cc Art For Art's Sake
83 Crown Heights Affair Every Beat Of My Heart
83 Elvin Bishop Sure Feels Good
83 John LiVigni Machines
83 Leon Haywood Come An' Get Yourself Some
83 Maureen McGovern We May Never Love Like This Again
83 Todd Rundgren Real Man
84 Debbie Campbell Please Tell Him That I Said Hello
84 Loggins & Messina Changes
84 Loggins & Messina I Like It Like That
84 Stephen Stills Turn Back The Pages
84 The Ritchie Family I Want To Dance With You (Dance With Me)
85 AL Downing I'll Be Holding On
85 Stark and McBrien Isn't It Lonely Together
85 The Hollies Sandy
87 Andy Fairweather Low Spider Jiving
87 Batdorf and Rodney You Are A Song
87 Jim Weatherly I'll Still Love You
87 Lamont Dozier Let Me Start Tonite
87 Millie Jackson Leftovers
87 Sugarloaf Stars In My Eyes
88 Ike and Tina Turner Baby-Get It On
88 KC & The Sunshine Band Shotgun Shuffle
88 Northern Light Minnesota
88 Styx You Need Love
89 Loggins & Messina A Lover's Question
89 Pointer Sisters Live Your Life Before You Die
90 Love Childs Afro Cuban Blues Band Life And Death In G and A
90 Paul Davis Keep Our Love Alive
90 Pilot Just A Smile
90 Susan Jacks You're A Part Of Me
91 Albert Hammond 99 Miles From LA
91 Barbara Mason Shackin' Up
91 Baron Stewart We Been Singin' Songs
91 Billy Swan Everything's The Same (Ain't Nothing Changed)
91 Bobby Womack Check It Out
91 Buddy Miles Rockin' And Rollin' On The Streets Of Hollywood
91 Carl Carlton Smokin' Room
91 Christopher Paul and Shawn For Your Love
91 MFSB Zip, The
91 Nektar Astral Man
91 Nigel Olsson Only One Woman
91 Odia Coates Don't Leave Me In The Morning
91 Ray Charles Living For The City
91 Shirley & Company Cry Cry Cry
91 Shirley Caesar No Charge
91 The Choice Four When You're Young And In Love
91 Tim Moore Charmer
91 U.S. 1 Bye Bye Baby
92 Billy Thunderkloud and the Chieftones What Time Of Day
92 Country Joe and the Fish Breakfast For Two
92 Isaac Hayes Chocolate Chip
92 Joe Simon Music In My Bones
92 Larry Graham It's Alright
92 Lea Roberts All Right Now
92 Randy Edelman Everybody Wants To Find A Bluebird
92 Reparata and the Delrons Shoes
92 Sister Sledge Love Don't You Go Through No Changes On Me
92 The Main Ingredient Rolling Down A Mountainside
93 Daniel Boone Run, Tell The People
93 Don McLean Wonderful Baby
93 Henry Gross One More Tomorrow
93 Jim Gilstrap House Of Strangers
93 Joe Walsh Turn To Stone
93 Lynn Anderson What A Man My Man Is
93 The Statler Brothers I'll Go To My Grave Loving You
94 Carly Simon More And More
94 Classics IV My First Day Without Her
94 Justin Hayward Blue Guitar
94 Leon Haywood Believe Half Of What You See
94 Parliament/Funkadelic Chocolate City
94 Rick Derringer Hang On Sloopy
94 Shirley Brown It Ain't No Fun
94 The Chi-Lites It's Time For Love
94 The Reflections (RandB) Three Steps From True Love
95 Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods Our Last Song Together
95 Dr. Hook The Millionaire
95 Duke and the Drivers What You Got
95 George McCrae Look At You
95 Greg Lake I Believe In Father Christmas
95 Philly Devotions I Just Can't Say Goodbye
95 Ralph Carter When You're Young And In Love
95 T.G. Sheppard Tryin' To Beat The Morning Home
95 The New Birth Granddaddy
96 Betty Wright Where Is The Love
96 Chuck Mangione Chase The Clouds Away
96 Jose Feliciano Chico And The Man
96 Leo Sayer One Man Band
96 Smokie If You Think You Know How To Love Me
96 Solomon Burke You And Your Baby Blues
96 Wet Willie Dixie Rock
97 Four Tops We All Gotta Stick Together
97 Jim Capaldi Love Hurts
97 Pure Prairie League Two Lane Highway
97 The Manhattans Hurt
98 Anne Murray Sunday Sunrise
98 Banzaii Chinese Kung Fu
98 Canyon Top Of The World (Make My Reservation)
98 Donna Fargo It Do Feel Good
98 Gloria Gaynor Walk On By
98 Gloria Gaynor (If You Want It) Do It Yourself
98 Hamilton Bohannon Foot Stompin Music
98 The Mystic Moods Honey Trippin'
99 Bobby Moore (Call Me Your) Anything Man
99 Johnny "Guitar" Watson I Don't Want To Be A Lone Ranger
99 Parliament/Funkadelic Better By The Pound
100 Jimmie Beaumont Where Have They Gone
100 The 21st Century Remember The Rain?
100 The Skyliners Where Have They Gone

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/16/09 at 4:57 pm

Thanks for that list Michael. So many , many great songs there. Just some Number#1 I really like.
They don't make songs like that anymore, and that's so sad for the young generation that they have to listen to so much garbage instead of what we grew up with.


1      America            Sister Golden Hair
1    Average White Band    Pick Up the Pieces
1    Barry Manilow    Mandy
1    Bee Gees    Jive Talkin'
1    C.W. McCall    Convoy
1    Captain & Tennille    Love Will Keep Us Together
1    Eagles    One Of These Nights
1    Eagles    Best of My Love
1    Elton John    Island Girl
1    Elton John    Philadelphia Freedom
  1    Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds    Fallin' In Love
  1    KC & The Sunshine Band    That's the Way (I Like It)
1    KC & The Sunshine Band    Get Down Tonight
  1    Linda Ronstadt    You're No Good
1    Minnie Riperton    Lovin' You
1    Olivia Newton-John    Have You Never Been Mellow
1    Paul McCartney & Wings    Listen To What the Man Said
1    Paul Simon    50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
1    Rhythm Heritage    Theme from "S.W.A.T."
1    Silver Convention    Fly, Robin, Fly
1    Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony    The Hustle

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Michael C. on 08/16/09 at 6:42 pm

Yeah...It's a pretty extensive list...Thought others would be interested...
CONGRATS ON POST # 700


Thanks for that list Michael. So many , many great songs there. Just some Number#1 I really like.
They don't make songs like that anymore, and that's so sad for the young generation that they have to listen to so much garbage instead of what we grew up with.


1      America             Sister Golden Hair
1     Average White Band     Pick Up the Pieces
1     Barry Manilow     Mandy
1     Bee Gees     Jive Talkin'
1     C.W. McCall     Convoy
1     Captain & Tennille     Love Will Keep Us Together
1     Eagles     One Of These Nights
1     Eagles     Best of My Love
1     Elton John     Island Girl
1     Elton John     Philadelphia Freedom
  1     Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds     Fallin' In Love
  1     KC & The Sunshine Band     That's the Way (I Like It)
1     KC & The Sunshine Band     Get Down Tonight
  1     Linda Ronstadt     You're No Good
1     Minnie Riperton     Lovin' You
1     Olivia Newton-John     Have You Never Been Mellow
1     Paul McCartney & Wings     Listen To What the Man Said
1     Paul Simon     50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
1     Rhythm Heritage     Theme from "S.W.A.T."
1     Silver Convention     Fly, Robin, Fly
1     Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony     The Hustle

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/17/09 at 12:01 am


Yeah...It's a pretty extensive list...Thought others would be interested...
CONGRATS ON POST # 700


I will try and see if there are any songs I don't know on that list .

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Davester on 08/17/09 at 1:49 am


1975 singles
highest
position
on chart

1      America             Sister Golden Hair
1 Average White Band Pick Up the Pieces
1 B.J. Thomas (Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song
1 Barry Manilow Mandy
1 Bee Gees Jive Talkin'
1 C.W. McCall Convoy
1 Captain & Tennille Love Will Keep Us Together
1 Carpenters Please Mr. Postman
1 David Bowie Fame
1 Eagles One Of These Nights
1 Eagles Best of My Love
1 Earth, Wind & Fire Shining Star
1 Elton John Island Girl
1 Elton John Philadelphia Freedom
1 Frankie Valli My Eyes Adored You
1 Freddy Fender Before the Next Teardrop Falls
1 Glen Campbell Rhinestone Cowboy
1 Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds Fallin' In Love
1 John Denver Thank God I'm A Country Boy
1 John Denver I'm Sorry
1 KC & The Sunshine Band That's the Way (I Like It)
1 KC & The Sunshine Band Get Down Tonight
1 Labelle Lady Marmalade
1 Linda Ronstadt You're No Good
1 Minnie Riperton Lovin' You
1 Neil Sedaka Bad Blood
1 Ohio Players Fire
1 Ohio Players Love Rollercoaster
1 Olivia Newton-John Have You Never Been Mellow
1 Paul McCartney & Wings Listen To What the Man Said
1 Paul Simon 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover
1 Rhythm Heritage Theme from "S.W.A.T."
1 Silver Convention Fly, Robin, Fly
1 The Miracles Love Machine (Part 1)
1 The Staple Singers Let's Do It Again
1 Tony Orlando & Dawn He Don't Love You (Like I Love You)
1 Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony The Hustle
2 10cc I'm Not in Love
2 Donna Summer Love to Love You Baby
2 Eagles Lyin' Eyes
2 John Denver Calypso
2 Linda Ronstadt When Will I Be Loved?
3 Ace How Long
3 Grand Funk Railroad Some Kind of Wonderful
3 Janis Ian At Seventeen
3 Jefferson Starship Miracles
3 Jigsaw Sky High
3 Michael Martin Murphey Wildfire
3 Olivia Newton-John Please Mr. Please
3 Ozark Mountain Daredevils Jackie Blue
3 Ringo Starr The No No Song
3 The 4 Seasons Who Loves You
4 B.T. Express Express
4 Captain & Tennille The Way I Want to Touch You
4 Carpenters Only Yesterday
4 David Geddes Run Joey Run
4 Dickie Goodman Mr. Jaws
4 Elton John Someone Saved My Life Tonight
4 Grand Funk Railroad Bad Time
4 Jessi Colter I'm Not Lisa
4 The Isley Brothers Fight the Power (Part 1)
5 America Lonely People
5 Ben E. King Supernatural Thing (Part 1)
5 Chicago Old Days
5 James Taylor How Sweet It Is (to Be Loved by You)
5 Joe Cocker You Are So Beautiful
5 Linda Ronstadt Heat Wave
5 Major Harris Love Won't Let Me Wait
5 Phoebe Snow Poetry Man
5 Pilot Magic
5 Sammy Johns Chevy Van
5 Spinners Games People Play
5 Sweet Ballroom Blitz
5 Sweet Fox on the Run
5 The O'Jays I Love Music (Part 1)
6 Barry Manilow Could It Be Magic
6 Frankie Valli Swearin' to God
6 Melissa Manchester Midnight Blue
6 Morris Albert Feelings
6 Natalie Cole This Will Be
6 Orleans Dance With Me
6 The Blackbyrds Walking In Rhythm
6 War Why Can't We Be Friends?
7 Bee Gees Nights on Broadway
7 Paul Anka with Odia Coates One Man Woman / One Woman Man
7 War Low Rider
8 Barry White What Am I Gonna Do With You
8 Freddy Fender Wasted Days and Wasted Nights
8 Helen Reddy Ain't No Way To Treat a Lady
8 Hot Chocolate Emma
8 Joe Simon Get Down, Get Down (Get on the Floor)
8 Nazareth Love Hurts
8 Paul Anka with Odia Coates I Don't Like To Sleep Alone
9 Austin Roberts Rocky
9 Carole King Nightingale
9 David Ruffin Walk Away from Love
9 Electric Light Orchestra Can't Get It Out of My Head
9 Gloria Gaynor Never Can Say Goodbye
9 Gwen McCrae Rockin' Chair
9 John Lennon # 9 Dream
9 Leo Sayer Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance)
9 Simon & Garfunkel My Little Town
10 Average White Band Cut the Cake
10 Bad Company Feel Like Makin' Love
10 Bazuka featuring Tony Camillo Dynomite-(Part 1)
10 Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes Get Dancin'
10 Mike Post The Rockford Files
10 Rufus featuring Chaka Khan Once You Get Started
10 Tavares It Only Takes a Minute
11 Carol Douglas Doctor's Orders
11 Frankie Valli Our Day Will Come
11 Gladys Knight & The Pips The Way We Were / Try to Remember
11 People's Choice Do It Any Way You Wanna
11 The Doobie Brothers Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me)
11 The Ritchie Family Brazil
11 Tony Orlando & Dawn Look in My Eyes, Pretty Woman
12 Alice Cooper Only Women Bleed
12 Barry Manilow It's A Miracle
12 Earth, Wind & Fire That's the Way of the World
12 Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes Wake Up Everybody (Part 1)
12 J. Geils Band Must of Got Lost
12 KISS Rock and Roll All Nite (Live)
12 Paul McCartney & Wings Venus and Mars / Rock Show
12 Queen Killer Queen
12 Shirley & Company Shame, Shame, Shame
13 Al Green L-O-V-E (love)
13 Chicago Harry Truman
13 John Denver Sweet Surrender
13 Olivia Newton-John Something Better to Do
14 Bachman-Turner Overdrive Roll On Down the Highway
14 Herbie Mann Hijack
14 Leon Russell Lady Blue
14 Ray Stevens Misty
14 Sweet Sensation Sad Sweet Dreamer
14 The Amazing Rhythm Aces Third-Rate Romance
14 Tony Orlando & Dawn Mornin' Beautiful
14 Wing and a Prayer Fife & Drum Corps Baby Face
15 ABBA SOS
15 George Harrison Dark Horse
15 Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes Bad Luck (Part 1)
15 Leon Haywood I Want'a Do Something Freaky to You
15 Mac Davis Rock & Roll (I Gave You the Best Years of My Life)
15 Paul Anka with Odia Coates (I Believe) There's Nothing Stronger Than Our Love
15 Pete Wingfield Eighteen with a Bullet
15 The Jackson 5 I Am Love (Parts 1 & 2)
16 Dwight Twilley Band I'm on Fire
16 Polly Brown Up in a Puff of Smoke
16 The Jimmy Castor Bunch The Bertha Butt Boogie (Part 1)
16 The Who Squeeze Box
17 Ambrosia Holdin' On To Yesterday
17 Carpenters Solitaire
18 Art Garfunkel I Only Have Eyes for You
18 David Geddes The Last Game of the Season (A Blind Man in the Bleachers)
18 Eddie Kendricks Shoeshine Boy
18 Seals & Crofts I'll Play for You
19 Bad Company Movin' On
19 Charlie Rich Every Time I Touch You (I Get High)
19 Cledus Maggard & The Citizen's Band The White Knight
19 Commodores Slippery When Wet
19 Helen Reddy Somewhere In the Night
19 Roger Whittaker The Last Farewell
20 America Daisy Jane
20 Elvis Presley My Boy
20 Esther Phillips What A Diff'rence A Day Makes
20 Freddy Fender Secret Love
20 George Harrison You
20 John Lennon Stand By Me
20 Pointer Sisters How Long (Betcha Got a Chick on the Side)
20 ZZ Top Tush
21 Bachman-Turner Overdrive Hey You
21 Carly Simon Attitude Dancing
21 Johnny Wakelin & The Kinshasa Band Black Superman - Muhammad Ali
21 Michael Martin Murphey Carolina in the Pines
21 Willie Nelson Blue Eyes Crying In the Rain
22 Gladys Knight & The Pips Part Time Love
22 Helen Reddy Emotion
22 Johnny Rivers Help Me, Rhonda
22 Love Unlimited Orchestra Satin Soul
22 Neil Sedaka The Immigrant
22 The Isley Brothers For the Love of You (Parts 1 & 2)
22 The Manhattan Transfer Operator
22 The Osmonds The Proud One
23 Bruce Springsteen Born to Run
23 Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes I Wanna Dance Wit' Choo (Part 1)
23 Michael Jackson Just a Little Bit of You
23 Paul Davis Ride 'Em Cowboy
23 Paul Simon & Phoebe Snow Gone at Last
24 Joni Mitchell Big Yellow Taxi
25 Kraftwerk Autobahn
25 Tavares Remember What I Told You to Forget
26 5000 Volts I'm on Fire
26 Gordon Lightfoot Rainy Day People
26 Hudson Brothers Rendezvous
26 Smokey Robinson Baby That's Backatcha
26 The Temptations Shakey Ground
27 John Fogerty Rockin' All Over the World
27 Lobo Don't Tell Me Goodnight
27 Lynyrd Skynyrd Saturday Night Special
27 Neil Sedaka That's When the Music Takes Me
27 Pure Prairie League Amie
28 Al Green Full of Fire
28 David Bowie Young Americans
28 Hot Chocolate Disco Queen
28 The Guess Who Dancin' Fool
29 Charlie Daniels Band The South's Gonna Do It
29 David Gates Never Let Her Go
29 Fanny Butter Boy
30 Benny Bell Shaving Cream
30 Melissa Manchester Just Too Many People
30 Roxy Music Love Is the Drug
31 B.T. Express Peace Pipe
31 Bob Dylan Tangled Up in Blue
31 Dan Fogelberg Part of the Plan
31 Ringo Starr It's All Down to Goodnight Vienna
32 Barry White Let the Music Play
32 John Williams & His Orchestra Jaws (Main Title)
32 Three Dog Night 'Til the World Ends
33 Al Martino Volare
33 Average White Band School Boy Crush
33 Billy "Crash" Craddock Ruby Baby
33 Bobby Vinton Beer Barrel Polka
33 Boomer Castleman Judy Mae
33 Cat Stevens Two Fine People
33 Ohio Players Sweet Sticky Thing
34 Neil Diamond I've Been This Way Before
34 Outlaws There Goes Another Love Song
34 Tony Orlando & Dawn You're All I Need to Get By
35 Elvis Presley T-R-O-U-B-L-E
35 Helen Reddy Bluebird
35 Joan Baez Diamonds and Rust
35 Kool & The Gang Spirit of the Boogie
35 Supertramp Bloody Well Right
35 The Road Apples Let's Live Together
36 Aerosmith Sweet Emotion
36 Bad Company Good Lovin' Gone Bad
36 George Harrison Ding Dong, Ding Dong
36 Judy Collins Send in the Clowns
36 Smokey Robinson The Agony and the Ecstasy
36 Spinners Love or Leave
36 The New Birth Dream Merchant
37 George McCrae I Get Lifted
37 Jim Stafford I Got Stoned and I Missed It
37 Spinners Living a Little, Laughing a Little
37 Steely Dan Black Friday
37 Tanya Tucker Lizzie and the Rainman
37 The Manhattans Don't Take Your Love
37 The Temptations Glasshouse
38 Graham Central Station Your Love
38 Led Zeppelin Trampled Under Foot
38 The Marshall Tucker Band Fire on the Mountain
38 Travis Wammack (Shu-Doo-Pa_Poo-Poop) Love Being Your Fool
39 Average White Band If I Ever Lose This Heaven
39 Paul McCartney & Wings Letting Go
39 The Moments Look at Me (I'm in Love)
40 B.T. Express Give It What You Got
40 Barry White I'll Do For You Anything You Want Me To
40 C.W. McCall Wolf Creek Pass
40 Marie Osmond Who's Sorry Now
40 The Doobie Brothers Sweet Maxine
41 Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids Good Times, Rock and Roll
41 Hagood Hardy The Homecoming
41 Willie Hutch Love Power
42 Consumer Rapport Ease On Down The Road
42 Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes Hope That We Can Be Together Soon
42 John Paul Young Yesterday's Hero
42 MFSB Sexy
42 Millie Jackson If Loving You Is Wrong I Don't Want To Be Right
42 The Rolling Stones I Don't Know Why
43 Bachman-Turner Overdrive Down To The Line
43 Bimbo Jet El Bimbo
43 Bob Seger Katmandu
43 Crown Heights Affair Dreaming A Dream
44 America Woman Tonight
44 Diamond Reo Ain't That Peculiar
44 Donny and Marie Osmond Make The World Go Away
44 Harry Chapin I Wanna Learn A Love Song
44 Ohio Players I Want To Be Free
44 Ramsey Lewis (With Earth, Wind and Fire) Sun Goddess
45 Alice Cooper Welcome To My Nightmare
45 Arthur Alexander Everyday I Have To Cry Some
45 Freddy Fender Since I Met You Baby
45 Merry Clayton Keep You Eye On The Sparrow
45 The O'Jays Give The People What They Want
46 Charlie Kulis Runaway
46 Gary Toms Empire 7-6-5-4-3-2-1 (Blow Your Whistle)
46 Van McCoy Change With The Times
47 Frank Sinatra I Believe I'm Gonna Love You
47 Gladys Knight & The Pips Love Finds It's Own Way
47 Justin Hayward I Dreamed Last Night
47 Linda Ronstadt It Doesn't Matter Anymore
47 The Dramatics Me and Mrs Jones (Live)
47 The Stylistics Star On A TV Show
48 Al Green Oh Me, Oh My (Dreams In My Arms)
48 Carl Douglas Dance The Kung Fu
48 Chaka Khan (Rufus) Please Pardon Me
48 Ecstasy, Passion and Pain One Beautiful Day
48 Patti LaBelle (As LaBelle) What Can I Do For You
48 Purple Reign This Old Man
48 Syl Johnson Take Me To The River
49 Captain & Tennille Por Amor Viviremos
49 Charlie Rich My Elusive Dreams
49 James Taylor Mexico
49 Jefferson Airplane/Starship Play On Love
49 The Beach Boys Sail On Sailor
49 Tony Orlando & Dawn Skybird
50 Donny Osmond I Have A Dream
50 Eddie Kendricks Get The Cream Off The Top
50 Evie Sands You Brought The Woman Out Of Me
50 Evie Sands I Love Makin' Love To You
50 Faith, Hope and Charity To Each His Own
50 Gladys Knight & The Pips Money
50 Jud Strunk The Biggest Parakeets In Town
50 Poco Keep On Tryin'
50 Ramsey Lewis (With Earth, Wind and Fire) Hot Dawgit
51 The Stylistics Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)
52 Graham Nash (With David Crosby) Carry Me
52 Loggins & Messina Growin'
52 Sammy Johns Rag Doll
52 Sly & The Family Stone I Get High On You
52 Tavares Free Ride
53 Aretha Franklin Mr. D.J. (5 For The D.J.)
53 Billy Swan I'm Her Fool
53 Fox Only You Can
53 Mac Davis Burning Thing
54 Billy "Crash" Craddock Easy As Pie
54 Cheech and Chong How I Spent My Summer Vacation
54 Grover Washington Jr. Mister Magic
54 Mac Davis All The Love In The World
54 Michael Jackson We're Almost There
54 Sam Neely I Fought The Law
54 Spinners Sadie
54 T.G. Sheppard Devil In The Bottle
55 Jim Capaldi It's Alright
55 Jim Gilstrap Swing Your Daddy
55 Kool & The Gang Caribbean Festival
55 Orleans Let There Be Music
55 Sha Na Na (Just Like) Romeo And Juliet
55 The Eleventh Hour Hollywood Hot
55 Tom T. Hall Sneaky Snake
56 Charlie Daniels Band Long Haired Country Boy
56 Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen Don't Let Go
56 Mike Post Manhattan Spiritual
57 Biddu Orchestra Summer Of 42
57 Bloodstone My Little Lady
57 Hudson Brothers Lonely School Year
57 Jessi Colter What's Happened To Blue Eyes
57 Joan Baez Blue Sky
58 Bobby Vinton Wooden Heart
58 Emmylou Harris If I Could Only Win Your Love
58 John Denver Christmas For Cowboys
58 Kenny Starr The Blind Man In The Bleachers
58 Rod Stewart Sailing
58 The Brecker Brothers Sneakin' Up Behind You
60 Ben E. King Do It In The Name Of Love
60 Brian Protheroe Pinball
60 Gloria Gaynor Reach Out, I'll Be There
60 Jackson 5/Jacksons Forever Came Today
60 Paula Webb Please, Mr. President
60 Tamiko Jones Touch Me Baby (Reaching Out For Your Love)
60 The Doobie Brothers I Cheat The Hangman
60 Waylon Jennings Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
61 Blue Swede Hush/I'm Alive
61 Charlie Ross Thanks For The Smiles
61 Chicago Brand New Love Affair, A
61 Conway Twitty Linda On My Mind
61 James Brown Sex Machine
61 Pointer Sisters Going Down Slowly
61 South Shore Commission Free Man
62 Blood, Sweat and Tears Got To Get You Into My Life
62 Katfish Dear Prudence
62 The Hues Corporation Love Corporation
63 Ambrosia Nice, Nice, Very Nice
63 Conway Twitty Don't Cry Joni
63 Kool & The Gang Rhyme Tyme People
63 Lana Cantrell Like A Sunday Morning
63 Linda Ronstadt Love Is A Rose
63 Prelude For A Dancer
64 B.J. Thomas Help Me Make It (To My Rockin' Chair)
64 Jessi Colter You Ain't Never Been Loved (Like I'm Gonna Love You)
65 Elvis Presley Bringing It Back
66 Cotton, Lloyd and Christian I Go To Pieces
66 Eddie Kendricks Happy
66 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (All I Have To Do Is) Dream
67 Alice Cooper Department Of Youth
67 Curtis Mayfield So In Love
67 Firefly Hey There Little Firefly
67 Narvel Felts Reconsider Me
67 The Allman Brothers Band Nevertheless
68 Head East Never Been Any Reason
68 KISS Rock And Roll All Nite
68 Loleatta Holloway Cry To Me
68 Ray Stevens Indian Love Call
68 Roger Daltry Come And Get Your Love
68 The Impressions Sooner Or Later
69 Batdorf and Rodney Somewhere In The Night
69 Chocolate Milk Action Speaks Louder Than Words
69 Gary Toms Empire Drive My Car (mix)
69 Jimmy Castor King Kong
69 Wet Willie Leona
70 Al Wilson I Won't Last A Day Without You/Let Me Be the One
70 Loretta Lynn The Pill
70 The Blackbyrds Flyin' High
70 The Brothers Johnson (With Quincy Jones) Is It Love That We're Missin'
70 The Stylistics Thank You Baby
71 Ace Rock and Roll Runaway
71 Billy Preston Fancy Lady
71 Four Tops Seven Lonely Nights
71 Hello People Future Shock
71 Odia Coates Showdown
71 The Grass Roots Mamacita
71 The Hollies Another Night
72 East L.A. Car Pool Like They Say In L.A.
72 John Dawson Read A Friend Of Mine Is Going Blind
72 The Amazing Rhythm Aces Amazing Grace (Used To Be Her Favorite Song)
72 Travis Wammack Easy Evil
73 Gene Cotton Damn It All
73 The Isley Brothers Midnight Sky
74 Fantastic Four Alvin Stone
74 First Class Funny How Love Can Be
74 Kiki Dee How Glad I Am
75 Frank Sinatra Anytime (I'll Be There)
75 Gloria Gaynor How High The Moon
75 Soul Train Gang Soul Train '75
75 The Impressions Same Thing It Took
75 The O'Jays Let Me Make Love To You
76 Bill Withers Make Love To Your Mind
76 Minnie Riperton Inside My Love
76 Roberta Flack Feelin' That Glow
76 Salsoul Orchestra Salsoul Hustle
76 The Stylistics Funky Weekend
77 Bellamy Brothers Nothin' Heavy
78 Billie Jo Spears Blanket On The Ground
78 Carly Simon Waterfall
78 Jim Gilstrap I'm On Fire
78 John Fogerty Almost Saturday Night
78 Lundi, Pat Party Music
78 The Allman Brothers Band Louisiana Lou And Three Card Monty John
78 The Chi-Lites Toby
78 The Marshall Tucker Band This Ol' Cowboy
79 Atlanta Rhythm Section Angel
79 Jethro Tull Minstrel In The Gallery
79 The Goodies The Funky Gibbon
80 Disco Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes Jam Band
80 Dooley Silverspoon Bump Me Baby
80 James Brown Reality
81 Carol Douglas A Hurricane Is Coming Tonight
81 Grateful Dead The Music Never Stopped
81 The Dramatics The Stars In Your Eyes
81 The Rolling Stones Out Of Time
81 Vicki Lawrence The Other Woman
82 Rusty Wier Don't It Make You Wanna Dance
83 10cc Art For Art's Sake
83 Crown Heights Affair Every Beat Of My Heart
83 Elvin Bishop Sure Feels Good
83 John LiVigni Machines
83 Leon Haywood Come An' Get Yourself Some
83 Maureen McGovern We May Never Love Like This Again
83 Todd Rundgren Real Man
84 Debbie Campbell Please Tell Him That I Said Hello
84 Loggins & Messina Changes
84 Loggins & Messina I Like It Like That
84 Stephen Stills Turn Back The Pages
84 The Ritchie Family I Want To Dance With You (Dance With Me)
85 AL Downing I'll Be Holding On
85 Stark and McBrien Isn't It Lonely Together
85 The Hollies Sandy
87 Andy Fairweather Low Spider Jiving
87 Batdorf and Rodney You Are A Song
87 Jim Weatherly I'll Still Love You
87 Lamont Dozier Let Me Start Tonite
87 Millie Jackson Leftovers
87 Sugarloaf Stars In My Eyes
88 Ike and Tina Turner Baby-Get It On
88 KC & The Sunshine Band Shotgun Shuffle
88 Northern Light Minnesota
88 Styx You Need Love
89 Loggins & Messina A Lover's Question
89 Pointer Sisters Live Your Life Before You Die
90 Love Childs Afro Cuban Blues Band Life And Death In G and A
90 Paul Davis Keep Our Love Alive
90 Pilot Just A Smile
90 Susan Jacks You're A Part Of Me
91 Albert Hammond 99 Miles From LA
91 Barbara Mason Shackin' Up
91 Baron Stewart We Been Singin' Songs
91 Billy Swan Everything's The Same (Ain't Nothing Changed)
91 Bobby Womack Check It Out
91 Buddy Miles Rockin' And Rollin' On The Streets Of Hollywood
91 Carl Carlton Smokin' Room
91 Christopher Paul and Shawn For Your Love
91 MFSB Zip, The
91 Nektar Astral Man
91 Nigel Olsson Only One Woman
91 Odia Coates Don't Leave Me In The Morning
91 Ray Charles Living For The City
91 Shirley & Company Cry Cry Cry
91 Shirley Caesar No Charge
91 The Choice Four When You're Young And In Love
91 Tim Moore Charmer
91 U.S. 1 Bye Bye Baby
92 Billy Thunderkloud and the Chieftones What Time Of Day
92 Country Joe and the Fish Breakfast For Two
92 Isaac Hayes Chocolate Chip
92 Joe Simon Music In My Bones
92 Larry Graham It's Alright
92 Lea Roberts All Right Now
92 Randy Edelman Everybody Wants To Find A Bluebird
92 Reparata and the Delrons Shoes
92 Sister Sledge Love Don't You Go Through No Changes On Me
92 The Main Ingredient Rolling Down A Mountainside
93 Daniel Boone Run, Tell The People
93 Don McLean Wonderful Baby
93 Henry Gross One More Tomorrow
93 Jim Gilstrap House Of Strangers
93 Joe Walsh Turn To Stone
93 Lynn Anderson What A Man My Man Is
93 The Statler Brothers I'll Go To My Grave Loving You
94 Carly Simon More And More
94 Classics IV My First Day Without Her
94 Justin Hayward Blue Guitar
94 Leon Haywood Believe Half Of What You See
94 Parliament/Funkadelic Chocolate City
94 Rick Derringer Hang On Sloopy
94 Shirley Brown It Ain't No Fun
94 The Chi-Lites It's Time For Love
94 The Reflections (RandB) Three Steps From True Love
95 Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods Our Last Song Together
95 Dr. Hook The Millionaire
95 Duke and the Drivers What You Got
95 George McCrae Look At You
95 Greg Lake I Believe In Father Christmas
95 Philly Devotions I Just Can't Say Goodbye
95 Ralph Carter When You're Young And In Love
95 T.G. Sheppard Tryin' To Beat The Morning Home
95 The New Birth Granddaddy
96 Betty Wright Where Is The Love
96 Chuck Mangione Chase The Clouds Away
96 Jose Feliciano Chico And The Man
96 Leo Sayer One Man Band
96 Smokie If You Think You Know How To Love Me
96 Solomon Burke You And Your Baby Blues
96 Wet Willie Dixie Rock
97 Four Tops We All Gotta Stick Together
97 Jim Capaldi Love Hurts
97 Pure Prairie League Two Lane Highway
97 The Manhattans Hurt
98 Anne Murray Sunday Sunrise
98 Banzaii Chinese Kung Fu
98 Canyon Top Of The World (Make My Reservation)
98 Donna Fargo It Do Feel Good
98 Gloria Gaynor Walk On By
98 Gloria Gaynor (If You Want It) Do It Yourself
98 Hamilton Bohannon Foot Stompin Music
98 The Mystic Moods Honey Trippin'
99 Bobby Moore (Call Me Your) Anything Man
99 Johnny "Guitar" Watson I Don't Want To Be A Lone Ranger
99 Parliament/Funkadelic Better By The Pound
100 Jimmie Beaumont Where Have They Gone
100 The 21st Century Remember The Rain?
100 The Skyliners Where Have They Gone


    :o

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Paul on 08/17/09 at 7:07 am


Yeah...It's a pretty extensive list...Thought others would be interested...


Certainly was extensive...I pity your fingers!

The British #1's of that year had absolutely NO duplications of the Stateside #1's, a rarity!

Not a vintage year, it must be said...

'Down Down' - Status Quo
(With a list of British hits as long as your arm, this was the only one to make the top!)

'Ms Grace' - Tymes 
(Did hardly anything in the US, where they had their #1 nearly 11 years previous!)

'January' - Pilot 
(Which hit #1 in February!)

'Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)' - Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
(Still gets plenty of airplay today...produced by the same guy as Pilot, a certain Alan Parsons)

'If' - Telly Savalas
(Don't ask!)

'Bye Bye Baby' - Bay City Rollers
(Tartan terrors have their biggest hit with an old Four Seasons song)

'Oh Boy' - Mud
(Another old song, The Crickets this time)

'Stand By Your Man' - Tammy Wynette
(And another old song, but in its original version...this time from 1968)

'Whispering Grass' - Windsor Davies & Don Estelle
(Yet another old song, but not the oldest (see below)...performed by a duo from a British comedy TV series)

'I'm Not In Love' - 10cc
(New song at last, sounding years ahead of its time)

'Tears On My Pillow' - Johnny Nash
(Not a Little Anthony retread, but a gentle reggae number which he specialised in)

'Give A Little Love' - Bay City Rollers
(Downhill all the way from here for 'em, so we booted 'em of to the States!)

'Barbados' - Typically Tropical
(Obligatory one hit wonder done in a mock reggae style by two white guys!)

'Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)' - Stylistics
(Glory days were over in the States, but they clung on for a couple of years here)

'Sailing' - Rod Stewart
(Rod's anthem which strangely did nothing Stateside)

'Hold Me Close' - David Essex
(Still touring somewhere!)

'I Only Have Eyes For You' - Art Garfunkel
(Oldest song here from the 30s! Art's retread owed more to the Flamingo's ace doo-wop version)

'Space Oddity' - David Bowie
(Another oldie, a reissue of his first British hit from 1969 while his back catalogue was being repromoted)

'D.I.V.O.R.C.E.' - Billy Connolly
(Big Yin somehow manages #1 with a parody of Tammy Wynette's 'other' hit)

It ends on a bright note, at least...

'Bohemian Rhapsody' - Queen
(Surely needs no introduction, but was originally going to be edited for single release!  :o)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/17/09 at 1:32 pm

Pete Ham (formerly of Badfinger) ended his life  April 24, 1975  :\'(

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Michael C. on 08/17/09 at 5:03 pm

I'm Not In Love is an great song ! 8)
Garfunkel's, I Only Have Eyes For You....features an incredible vocal {as does...All I Know....} :)
Telly's , If , ............ :o







Certainly was extensive...I pity your fingers!

The British #1's of that year had absolutely NO duplications of the Stateside #1's, a rarity!

Not a vintage year, it must be said...

'Down Down' - Status Quo
(With a list of British hits as long as your arm, this was the only one to make the top!)

'Ms Grace' - Tymes 
(Did hardly anything in the US, where they had their #1 nearly 11 years previous!)

'January' - Pilot 
(Which hit #1 in February!)

'Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)' - Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
(Still gets plenty of airplay today...produced by the same guy as Pilot, a certain Alan Parsons)

'If' - Telly Savalas
(Don't ask!)

'Bye Bye Baby' - Bay City Rollers
(Tartan terrors have their biggest hit with an old Four Seasons song)

'Oh Boy' - Mud
(Another old song, The Crickets this time)

'Stand By Your Man' - Tammy Wynette
(And another old song, but in its original version...this time from 1968)

'Whispering Grass' - Windsor Davies & Don Estelle
(Yet another old song, but not the oldest (see below)...performed by a duo from a British comedy TV series)

'I'm Not In Love' - 10cc
(New song at last, sounding years ahead of its time)

'Tears On My Pillow' - Johnny Nash
(Not a Little Anthony retread, but a gentle reggae number which he specialised in)

'Give A Little Love' - Bay City Rollers
(Downhill all the way from here for 'em, so we booted 'em of to the States!)

'Barbados' - Typically Tropical
(Obligatory one hit wonder done in a mock reggae style by two white guys!)

'Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)' - Stylistics
(Glory days were over in the States, but they clung on for a couple of years here)

'Sailing' - Rod Stewart
(Rod's anthem which strangely did nothing Stateside)

'Hold Me Close' - David Essex
(Still touring somewhere!)

'I Only Have Eyes For You' - Art Garfunkel
(Oldest song here from the 30s! Art's retread owed more to the Flamingo's ace doo-wop version)

'Space Oddity' - David Bowie
(Another oldie, a reissue of his first British hit from 1969 while his back catalogue was being repromoted)

'D.I.V.O.R.C.E.' - Billy Connolly
(Big Yin somehow manages #1 with a parody of Tammy Wynette's 'other' hit)

It ends on a bright note, at least...

'Bohemian Rhapsody' - Queen
(Surely needs no introduction, but was originally going to be edited for single release!  :o)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/18/09 at 12:55 am

"It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)" fantastic song by a fantastic band  8)

has it been mentioned that AC/DC released their first 2 albums in 1975? 

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/18/09 at 1:07 am

I know it only made it to #90, but I liked Susan Jacks "You're; a part of me"

"It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll)" fantastic song by a fantastic band  8)

has it been mentioned that AC/DC released their first 2 albums in 1975? 

I didn't know that.

Peter Gabriel also left Genesis in 1975. The sound/style of that band has changed throughout the years.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/18/09 at 1:24 am


I know it only made it to #90, but I liked Susan Jacks "You're; a part of me"I didn't know that.

Peter Gabriel also left Genesis in 1975. The sound/style of that band has changed throughout the years.
me neither but I knew they were late 70's, just didn't know they were 75 because I was pretty much a led zep fan and did not deviate too much from that. thought I'd take a look and like you I was surprised to see they started in 75'  :o

several huge and popular bands like Genesis, Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, never made it to my 70's music lineup and to this day I don't know why

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/18/09 at 1:27 am


me neither but I knew they were late 70's, just didn't know they were 75 because I was pretty much a led zep fan and did not deviate too much from that. thought I'd take a look and like you I was surprised to see they started in 75'  :o

several huge and popular bands like Genesis, Pink Floyd, Grateful Dead, never made it to my 70's music lineup and to this day I don't know why

AC/DC and Led Zep were hard rock band, Genesis, Yes, Pink Floyd were more progressive rock. Maybe that's why.
What's your favorite Led Zep album?

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/18/09 at 2:02 am


AC/DC and Led Zep were hard rock band, Genesis, Yes, Pink Floyd were more progressive rock. Maybe that's why.
What's your favorite Led Zep album?
that's probably true, I was locked into the classic/hard rock genres, although I did like Yes  ::)

my fav LZ album? that's a tough one... I'd have to say that I look at the first 5 albums as one huge album and that's my favorite one  8)  funny thing is my fav LZ song is probably their softest song; "The Rain Song"  go figure  ???

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/18/09 at 2:13 am


that's probably true, I was locked into the classic/hard rock genres, although I did like Yes  ::)

my fav LZ album? that's a tough one... I'd have to say that I look at the first 5 albums as one huge album and that's my favorite one  8)  funny thing is my fav LZ song is probably their softest song; "The Rain Song"  go figure  ???

Rain song is a song from my favorite of their albums, "Houses of the Holy"

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: whistledog on 08/18/09 at 7:10 pm

Music highlights of 1975 in the Canadian Charts ...


♦ 60s Teen Idol (and Canadian legend) Terry Black reaches the Top 40 with the song 'Back Up (Against Your Persuasion).  It was recorded with his wife Laurel Ward under the name Black & Ward and reached #30 in April.

♦ Rush had their first Top 40 hit with In the Mood

♦ The Doobie Brothers compete with Canadian songbird Charty Brown in the charts with covers of the Motown classic 'Take Me in Your Arms'.  Charity's version reached #5 on May 31.  The Doobies' version reached #35 on July 5

♦ Paul Anka scores 3 hit singles, all duets with American singer Odia Coates:  'One Man Woman, One Woman Man' (CAN #6), 'I Don't Like to Sleep Alone' (CAN #1) and 'I Believe There's Nothing Stronger Than Our Love' (CAN #1)

♦ Odia Coates scores a seemingly Paul Anka-less hit with 'Don't Leave Me in the Morning' which reached #20.  Despite Paul not being credited as a principle artist on the song, he wrote, produced and sang on it.

♦ Canadian group Shooter compete with Leo Sayer in the charts.  Shooter's song I Can Dance (Long Tall Glasses) (CAN #22) was a cover version of Leo's UK 1974 hit Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance) (CAN #18) and both peaked in the chart during the same week (May 3, 1975).  The song was also Leo's debut hit single in Canada

♦ Canadian pianist Hagood Hardy turns his 1972 Salada Tea jingle The Homecoming into a Top 10 hit

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: gibbo on 08/18/09 at 7:23 pm


Music highlights of 1975 in the Canadian Charts ...


♦ 60s Teen Idol (and Canadian legend) Terry Black reaches the Top 40 with the song 'Back Up (Against Your Persuasion).  It was recorded with his wife Laurel Ward under the name Black & Ward and reached #30 in April.

♦ Rush had their first Top 40 hit with In the Mood

♦ The Doobie Brothers compete with Canadian songbird Charty Brown in the charts with covers of the Motown classic 'Take Me in Your Arms'.  Charity's version reached #5 on May 31.  The Doobies' version reached #35 on July 5

♦ Paul Anka scores 3 hit singles, all duets with American singer Odia Coates:  'One Man Woman, One Woman Man' (CAN #6), 'I Don't Like to Sleep Alone' (CAN #1) and 'I Believe There's Nothing Stronger Than Our Love' (CAN #1)

♦ Odia Coates scores a seemingly Paul Anka-less hit with 'Don't Leave Me in the Morning' which reached #20.  Despite Paul not being credited as a principle artist on the song, he wrote, produced and sang on it.

♦ Canadian group Shooter compete with Leo Sayer in the charts.  Shooter's song I Can Dance (Long Tall Glasses) (CAN #22) was a cover version of Leo's UK 1974 hit Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance) (CAN #18) and both peaked in the chart during the same week (May 3, 1975).  The song was also Leo's debut hit single in Canada

♦ Canadian pianist Hagood Hardy turns his 1972 Salada Tea jingle The Homecoming into a Top 10 hit


I'll have a listen to Charity Brown when I get home.. Must have good to compete (and beat) The Doobies version. 

Hey...noone can compete with Leo Sayer's Long Tall Glasses.... :o

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/18/09 at 11:43 pm


Rain song is a song from my favorite of their albums, "Houses of the Holy"
indeed it is Frank. many nights I fell asleep to The Raing Song as a lullaby with headphones on after a full day & night partying. the song is very soothing.

...hopefully not too many of these 1975 music facts are not redundant:

January 1 - Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham join Fleetwood Mac.


April 7 - Ritchie Blackmore leaves Deep Purple and is replaced by Tommy Bolin.


June 20 - The Talking Heads give their debut performance at New Yorks CBGB's.


June 30 - Cher marries Greg Allman. 10 days later she leaves him.


August 16 - Peter Gabriel announces that he is leaving Genesis.


September 25 - During a performance in New Jersey, famed rock and soul singer Jackie Wilson suffers a stroke on stage. He remains hospitalized for the next nine years before finally dying at the age of 49 in 1984.


October 1 - Al Jackson, the drummer for 'Booker T & the MGs' is fatally shot by an intruder in his home in Memphis, Tennessee. He was 39.


October 15 - The Ramones are signed up with Sire Records.


October 30 - The 'Rolling Thunder Review' featuring Bob Dylan and friends Joan Baez, Roger McGuinn, T-Bone Burnett, Mick Ronson, and others performs its first show in Plymouth, Massachusetts.


October 31 - Queen releases the single "Bohemian Rhapsody". Followed by the release of the album "A Night at the Opera" on November 21.


December 20 - Bernie Leadon leaves The Eagles to be replaced by Joe Walsh.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/19/09 at 12:15 am


I'll have a listen to Charity Brown when I get home.. Must have good to compete (and beat) The Doobies version. 

Charity Brown has some good songs, included were "Saving all my love" and "You beat me to the punch", which are my 2 favorites from them.


indeed it is Frank. many nights I fell asleep to The Raing Song as a lullaby with headphones on after a full day & night partying. the song is very soothing.


I can see how that song would have that effect, I really can. I use to listen to "Even in the quietest moments" (song) for similar reasons.




Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 08/19/09 at 9:14 pm


Wow, I sure remember 1975.  It was a big year of changes for me.

It was the year I moved to Idaho.
I learned to ski and sail in 1975.
The CB craze was big, with the song Convoy by C.W. McCall.
"The Hustle" by Van McCoy came out, signalling the start of the Disco era.
Work began on the Alaska Pipeline.
South Vietnam fell to North Vietnam.
Carlos kidnaps the OPEC representatives.
The SS Edmund Fitzgerald sinks.
Generalisimo Francisco Franco dies.
Micro-Soft is founded.
After being closed for 8 years, the Suez Canal reopens.
The "Thrilla in Manila", Ali beats Frazier.
Generalisimo Francisco Franco is still dead.
Patty Hearst is captured.
The Apollo-Soyuz mission.

We lost many fine people, including Larry Fine, Moe Howard, Casey Stengel, Rod Serling, and Josephine Baker.

Postage increased from 10 cents to 13 cents.

The first VCRs are produced.
The Altair 8800 is released.

Movies released include The Apple Dumpling Gang, Deathrace 2000, The Sunshine Boys, Coonskin, Dog Day Afternoon, Shampoo, Rooster Cogburn, Escape To Witch Mountain, and Rollerball.

Wow, just thinking about this wants to find a pair of Toughskin jeans, and dig out my old Paul Simon Still Crazy After All These Years album.   8)


Wow, I remember lots of that stuff -- at least as much as a six-year-old could get to see.  Yeah, "Still Crazy After All These Years" is a song that definitely reminds me of my parents.  I mean, they had the record, which got played in our house quite a bit that year, and they were still crazy...and they're still crazy after all these years! 

I don't remember the postage going from 10 to 13 cents, but I remember it going from 13 to 15 cents a few years later.  I do remember seeing "Escape to Witch Mountain" and "The Apple Dumpling Gang," I didn't see "Dog Day Afternoon" and "Rooster Cogburn" until a bit later.  I'll see "Shampoo" when hell freezes over.
:P

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Ryan112390 on 08/20/09 at 2:03 pm

My maternal grandpa died this year, 15 years before I was born.
He had two older brothers--John and Frank  and 3 sisters.
Oddly enough, both my grandpa and his brother Frank died in 1975--Frank in February '75, aged 63, and my grandpa in October '75, aged 55, both of strokes. John died in 1979, aged 69, so none of the males in their family reached 70 nor made it out of the 70s.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: CeramicsFanatic on 08/20/09 at 3:34 pm


Back in 1975 you could get a Quarter Pounder Without Cheese at McDonalds (here in Canada)


Who in the world would want a Quarter Pounder without Cheese?!!  :o :P

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/20/09 at 3:36 pm


Who in the world would want a Quarter Pounder without Cheese?!!  :o :P
you should try the double quarter pounder w/cheese today in 2009.  it totally rocks!

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: CeramicsFanatic on 08/20/09 at 3:38 pm



'Sailing' - Rod Stewart
(Rod's anthem which strangely did nothing Stateside)


That's a real shame, as I think that's a wonderful song!  :-\\

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/20/09 at 4:37 pm


Who in the world would want a Quarter Pounder without Cheese?!!  :o :P

Perhaps lactose intolerant people, or people who don't like cheese.
But I guess not too many ordered it, that's why it's gone.

you should try the double quarter pounder w/cheese today in 2009.  it totally rocks!

Ooh, sounds tasty.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: whistledog on 08/20/09 at 7:38 pm


'Sailing' - Rod Stewart
(Rod's anthem which strangely did nothing Stateside)


It did reach US #58, which oddly enough was also the exact same peak it made in Canada lol

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 08/20/09 at 7:48 pm


you should try the double quarter pounder w/cheese today in 2009.  it totally rocks!


Wouldn't that be a half-pounder?  Sorry, I'm not very good at math.

http://www.inthe00s.com/smile/13/icon_scratch.gif

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Badfinger-fan on 08/20/09 at 8:18 pm


Wouldn't that be a half-pounder?  Sorry, I'm not very good at math.

http://www.inthe00s.com/smile/13/icon_scratch.gif
;D  you are correct sir!  but honestly, when i had one, it didn't feel like a 1/2 lb  ::)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Fairee07 on 08/20/09 at 11:17 pm

Stop talking about quarter pounders /w cheese---you're making me drool  :P  (I actually think I prefer them over Big Macs...)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: gibbo on 08/21/09 at 12:00 am


Stop talking about quarter pounders /w cheese---you're making me drool   :P   (I actually think I prefer them over Big Macs...)


I prefer it too....

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Frank on 08/21/09 at 12:04 am


I prefer it too....

Me as well.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: whistledog on 08/21/09 at 1:26 pm

The ¼Pounder is way better than the Big Mac indeed.  I don't like how they overload the Big Mac with lettuce.  It's always a big mess when you get it

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: yelimsexa on 08/31/09 at 8:19 pm

I found a documentary on Youtube called "Our World, Fall 1975". Interesting that this aired on January 8, 1987, so if you were a senior in High School at the time, it would be like revisiting 1st Grade! Who would want to talk about the spring of 1998 today? It seems like pop cultural trends changed much quicker from the 60s-90s, while this decade we've been stuck in a rut with a hodgepodge of recycling earlier decades with mainly the technology giving this decade its own feel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcbMNz78T6E- Part 1

More parts will be coming soon.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: AmericanGirl on 08/31/09 at 9:55 pm


I found a documentary on Youtube called "Our World, Fall 1975". Interesting that this aired on January 8, 1987, so if you were a senior in High School at the time, it would be like revisiting 1st Grade! Who would want to talk about the spring of 1998 today? It seems like pop cultural trends changed much quicker from the 60s-90s, while this decade we've been stuck in a rut with a hodgepodge of recycling earlier decades with mainly the technology giving this decade its own feel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcbMNz78T6E- Part 1

More parts will be coming soon.


Cool!  I was a H.S. Junior then, so I didn't get into a lot of that stuff - I was worried about my myriad boy-crushes, friends, fashion, and fun (and school, from time to time).  But I remember the culture well; the documentary did a pretty good job.  I hope the other parts of the documentary are available soon.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: yelimsexa on 09/01/09 at 6:21 am


I found a documentary on Youtube called "Our World, Fall 1975". Interesting that this aired on January 8, 1987, so if you were a senior in High School at the time, it would be like revisiting 1st Grade! Who would want to talk about the spring of 1998 today? It seems like pop cultural trends changed much quicker from the 60s-90s, while this decade we've been stuck in a rut with a hodgepodge of recycling earlier decades with mainly the technology giving this decade its own feel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcbMNz78T6E- Part 1

More parts will be coming soon.


Here are Parts 2 and 3:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yp4uTcp7Flo&feature=related- Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9Glzy-rPO4&feature=related- Part 3

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: CatwomanofV on 09/08/09 at 12:52 pm

1975 sucked-the big one. I was an awkward preteen living in "Waste" Haven, Conn. There was a lot of sh!t going on in my family that all of us are still dealing with today.

But, it was a great year for music.



I found a documentary on Youtube called "Our World, Fall 1975". Interesting that this aired on January 8, 1987, so if you were a senior in High School at the time, it would be like revisiting 1st Grade! Who would want to talk about the spring of 1998 today? It seems like pop cultural trends changed much quicker from the 60s-90s, while this decade we've been stuck in a rut with a hodgepodge of recycling earlier decades with mainly the technology giving this decade its own feel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcbMNz78T6E- Part 1

More parts will be coming soon.



I remember that show. It was a great show and one of my favorites. Unfortunately, it didn't last that long because it was on opposite of the Cosby Show. I did record one episode about 1972-which was an outstanding episode IMO. 


Cat

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: yelimsexa on 09/10/09 at 2:58 pm

1975 also had those "Pet Rocks!" It made Gary Dahl a millionaire in its six-month run. Probably the most useless fad ever.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Paul on 09/10/09 at 3:28 pm


1975 also had those "Pet Rocks!" It made Gary Dahl a millionaire in its six-month run. Probably the most useless fad ever.


Not for Gary Dahl, it wasn't!  ;)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: CeramicsFanatic on 09/10/09 at 3:43 pm


1975 also had those "Pet Rocks!" It made Gary Dahl a millionaire in its six-month run. Probably the most useless fad ever.


Never understood those 'pet rocks'!  ::)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: mooster on 09/10/09 at 9:05 pm


Never understood those 'pet rocks'!  ::)


I had one called Annabel - very low maintenance and extremely obedient  :D

Also, mine was a stray so I didn't have to pay for her either  ;)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: CeramicsFanatic on 09/11/09 at 2:05 pm


I had one called Annabel - very low maintenance and extremely obedient  :D

Also, mine was a stray so I didn't have to pay for her either  ;)


LOL!  ;D ;)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Mushroom on 09/14/09 at 11:09 am


Nice summary there, appreciate it, and laughed at your "Generalisimo Francisco Franco is still dead.". SNL debuts in '75 I believe


Yep, you got it.  I was wondering if anybody else would get the reference.

And notice, I did not list SNL in there.  That was my way of putting it in, which only us "old farts" would get.

And yes, I watched the first show.  But being West Coast, it was not live for me.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Mushroom on 09/14/09 at 11:22 am


Wow, I remember lots of that stuff -- at least as much as a six-year-old could get to see.  Yeah, "Still Crazy After All These Years" is a song that definitely reminds me of my parents.  I mean, they had the record, which got played in our house quite a bit that year, and they were still crazy...and they're still crazy after all these years! 

I don't remember the postage going from 10 to 13 cents, but I remember it going from 13 to 15 cents a few years later.  I do remember seeing "Escape to Witch Mountain" and "The Apple Dumpling Gang," I didn't see "Dog Day Afternoon" and "Rooster Cogburn" until a bit later.  I'll see "Shampoo" when hell freezes over.
:P


Well, I am a few years older.  So a lot of things stick a little more clearly in my mind I guess.

And it is strange that as much airplay as "Still Crazy" got, the song did not place in the top 100 of the year.  But 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover did.  The only Paul Simon solo effort to do so.

And I saw the movies in about the same order.  Although I have never seen Witch Mountain.  I did see Rollerball on TV a year or so later (I wanna say the ABC Sunday Night Movie).

And I have still never seen Shampoo.  They even have it at the exchange in the $5 rack, and I still won't buy it.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Mushroom on 09/14/09 at 11:26 am


I found a documentary on Youtube called "Our World, Fall 1975". Interesting that this aired on January 8, 1987, so if you were a senior in High School at the time, it would be like revisiting 1st Grade! Who would want to talk about the spring of 1998 today? It seems like pop cultural trends changed much quicker from the 60s-90s, while this decade we've been stuck in a rut with a hodgepodge of recycling earlier decades with mainly the technology giving this decade its own feel.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcbMNz78T6E- Part 1

More parts will be coming soon.



I remember that show. It was a great show and one of my favorites. Unfortunately, it didn't last that long because it was on opposite of the Cosby Show. I did record one episode about 1972-which was an outstanding episode IMO. 


I remember that show also, and thought it was a shame it only lasted one season.  Linda Ellerbee was the hostess, and it was really awesome.  They would take a period of time, and make a 1 hour documentary about it.  The one I remember most was the one about the Cuban Missile Crisis.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_World_(US_TV_series)

I wish they would make it available on DVD.  It was one of the best shows of it's kind to ever air on commercial TV.

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: gibbo on 09/14/09 at 3:58 pm


Never understood those 'pet rocks'!  ::)


I did....finally a pet I could throw legitimately at selected targets!!!  :)

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: CatwomanofV on 09/17/09 at 3:54 pm


I had one called Annabel - very low maintenance and extremely obedient  :D

Also, mine was a stray so I didn't have to pay for her either  ;)



You get a bunch of them together and you can have a rock concert.  ;) :D ;D ;D ;D



Cat

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Ryan112390 on 10/04/10 at 11:05 am

bump

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: MaxwellSmart on 10/06/10 at 1:49 pm

1975 bestseller:

http://silverbaybooksinc.com/4/228.jpg

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: dogwelder on 10/06/10 at 11:53 pm

speaking of falls.....president ford took a famous fall in 1975

http://www.cah.utexas.edu/photojournalism/graphics/presidents/ford/bigpics/Ford_10.jpg

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Nostalgic on 10/22/10 at 6:25 am

Here are some clothes from 1975, shown in catalogs that same year:

http://www.cherrybombed.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/SearsShellyHack1975Cameltoe.jpg http://www.cherrybombed.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/sears-1975-sleek-slithery.jpeg
http://41hijinx.typepad.com/photos/1975_sears_catalog/im000505.jpg http://images.quickblogcast.com/8/2/8/8/2/238726-228828/1975Mensleisuresuits.jpg?a=79
http://www.cherrybombed.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/sears-1975-green-godesses.jpeg
http://www.cherrybombed.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/1975-Sears-StyleAisle.jpg
http://fashion.onblog.at/bilder/201008/quelle-1975-maennermodels-3.jpg http://fashion.onblog.at/bilder/201008/quelle-1975-maennermodels-2.jpg
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_Jg6AZa6yWLI/SuJbc5GbyXI/AAAAAAAABGY/VNGvSBQfKpQ/s400/sears1975niftyknits.jpg http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_Jg6AZa6yWLI/SuJbcnqrTZI/AAAAAAAABGQ/7Wu3yVWDq6k/s400/1975sears.jpg
http://pzrservices.typepad.com/vintageadvertising/images/2007/09/24/jcpenney_mens_underwear.jpg

Subject: Re: 1975

Written By: Tia on 10/22/10 at 7:26 am

Escape To Witch Mountainthis!

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