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One hit Wonders 1970’s

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One hit Wonders 1970’s
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1970

Song Performer Date
“Evil Woman Don’t Play Your Games With Me” Crow January 10, 1970
“United We Stand” Brotherhood Of Man January 23, 1970
“Venus” Shocking Blue February 7, 1970
“Baby Take Me in Your Arms” Jefferson February 14, 1970
“One Tin Soldier” Original Caste February 14, 1970
“Hey There Lonely Girl” Eddie Holman February 21, 1970
“Jennifer Tomkins” The Street People March 7, 1970
“Ma Belle Amie” Tee Set March 14, 1970
“The Rapper” The Jaggerz March 21, 1970
“Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)” Edison Lighthouse March 28, 1970
“The House of the Rising Sun” Frijid Pink April 4, 1970
“Mississippi Queen” Mountain April 18, 1970
“Long Lonesome Highway” Michael Parks April 18, 1970
“Spirit in the Sky” Norman Greenbaum April 18, 1970
“Tennessee Bird Walk” Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan April 25, 1970
“Reflections of My Life” Marmalade May 9, 1970
“Airport Love Theme (Gwen and Vern)” Vincent Bell May 16, 1970
“Mississippi” John Phillips May 16, 1970
“Vehicle” The Ides of March May 23, 1970
“My Baby Loves Lovin'” White Plains June 27, 1970
“Ride Captain Ride” Blues Image July 11, 1970
“Go Back” Crabby Appleton July 18, 1970
“O-o-h Child” Five Stairsteps July 18, 1970
“Gimme Dat Ding” The Pipkins July 18, 1970
“A Song of Joy (Himno a la Alegria)” Miguel Ríos July 18, 1970
“Are You Ready?” Pacific Gas and Electric August 1, 1970
“Tighter, Tighter” Alive N Kickin’ August 8, 1970
“Big Yellow Taxi” The Neighborhood August 22, 1970
“The Sly, Slick and the Wicked” The Lost Generation August 22, 1970
“Lay a Little Lovin’ on Me” Robin McNamara August 22, 1970
“Overture from Tommy (A Rock Opera)” Assembled Multitude August 29, 1970
“In the Summertime” Mungo Jerry September 12, 1970
“Neanderthal Man” Hotlegs September 26, 1970
“Rubber Duckie” Ernie (Jim Henson) September 26, 1970
“Joanne” Michael Nesmith and the First National Band October 3, 1970
“All Right Now” Free October 17, 1970
“Do What You Wanna Do” Five Flights Up October 17, 1970
“God, Love and Rock and Roll” Teegarden and Van Winkle October 31, 1970
“Indiana Wants Me” R. Dean Taylor November 14, 1970
“Somebody’s Been Sleeping” 100 Proof (Aged in Soul) November 14, 1970
“As the Years Go By” Mashmakhan November 21, 1970
“Montego Bay” Bobby Bloom November 28, 1970
“Yellow River” Christie November 28, 1970
“5-10-15-20 (25-30 Years of Love)” The Presidents December 26, 1970

1971

Song Performer Date
“For the Good Times” Ray Price January 2, 1971
“Games” Redeye January 23, 1971
“We Gotta Get You a Woman” Runt January 30, 1971
“1900 Yesterday” Liz Damon’s Orient Express February 13, 1971
“Precious, Precious” Jackie Moore February 13, 1971
“(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden” Lynn Anderson February 13, 1971
“Sweet Mary” Wadsworth Mansion February 27, 1971
“Theme from Love Story Francis Lai March 6, 1971
“D.O.A.” Bloodrock March 6, 1971
“Me and Bobby McGee” Janis Joplin March 20, 1971
“Help Me Make It Through the Night” Sammi Smith March 27, 1971
“One Toke Over the Line” Brewer & Shipley April 10, 1971
“Put Your Hand in the Hand” Ocean May 1, 1971
“Stay Awhile” The Bells May 1, 1971
“Timothy” The Buoys May 1, 1971
“Battle Hymn of Lt. Calley” C. Company featuring Terry Nelson May 1, 1971
“Chick-a-Boom (Don’t Ya Jes’ Love It)” Daddy Dewdrop May 8, 1971
“Here Comes the Sun” Richie Havens May 22, 1971
“I Love You for All Seasons” The Fuzz May 22, 1971
“Woodstock” Matthews Southern Comfort May 22, 1971
“Love Means (You Never Have to Say You’re Sorry)” Sounds of Sunshine May 29, 1971
“Toast and Marmalade for Tea” Tin Tin May 29, 1971
“Cool Aid” Paul Humphrey and the Cool Aid Chemists June 12, 1971
“Funky Nassau – Part 1″ The Beginning of the End July 17, 1971
“Get It On” Chase July 31, 1971
“Double Barrel” Dave and Ansell Collins August 7, 1971
“Rings” Cymarron August 7, 1971
“Resurrection Shuffle” Ashton, Gardner and Dyke August 7, 1971
“What the World Needs Now Is Love/Abraham, Martin and John” Tom Clay August 14, 1971
“Mr. Big Stuff” Jean Knight August 14, 1971
“Smiling Faces Sometimes” The Undisputed Truth September 4, 1971
“K-Jee” The Nite-Liters September 11, 1971
“I Ain’t Got Time Anymore” Glass Bottle September 25, 1971
“Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep” Mac and Katie Kissoon October 2, 1971
“The Wedding Song (There Is Love)” Paul Stookey October 16, 1971
“Trapped By a Thing Called Love” Denise LaSalle October 30, 1971
“Women’s Love Rights” Laura Lee October 30, 1971
“I’ve Found Someone of My Own” Free Movement November 13, 1971
“Easy Loving” Freddie Hart November 20, 1971
“I’d Love to Change the World” Ten Years After November 20, 1971
“One Tin Soldier (The Legend of Billy Jack)” Coven November 27, 1971
“She’s All I Got” Freddie North November 27, 1971
“Desiderata” Les Crane December 4, 1971
“Theme from Summer of ’42 Peter Nero December 11, 1971
“Hallelujah” Sweathog December 18, 1971

1972

Song Performer Date
“An American Trilogy” Mickey Newbury January 1, 1972
“Sunshine” Jonathan Edwards January 15, 1972
“I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing (In Perfect Harmony)” The Hillside Singers January 15, 1972
“Once You Understand” Think January 15, 1972
“White Lies, Blue Eyes” Bullet January 15, 1972
“Kiss an Angel Good Morning” Charley Pride February 5, 1972
“Joy” Apollo 100 featuring Tom Parker February 26, 1972
“Precious and Few” Climax February 26, 1972
“Bang a Gong (Get It On)” T. Rex March 4, 1972
“Softly Whispering I Love You” The English Congregation March 4, 1972
“Run Run Run” Jo Jo Gunne March 18, 1972
“Mister Can’t You See” Buffy Sainte-Marie April 1, 1972
“Crazy Mama” JJ Cale April 8, 1972
“Ain’t Understanding Mellow” Brenda Lee Eager April 8, 1972
“Suavecito” Malo May 6, 1972
“Hot Rod Lincoln” Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen June 3, 1972
“Immigration Man” David Crosby and Graham Nash June 10, 1972
“Long Haired Lover from Liverpool” Little Jimmy Osmond June 17, 1972
“Amazing Grace” Royal Scots Dragoon Guards July 1, 1972
“I’ve Been Lonely for So Long” Frederick Knight July 8, 1972
“How Do You Do” Mouth & MacNeal July 22, 1972
“Day By Day” Godspell July 29, 1972
“Layla” Derek and the Dominos August 5, 1972
“Gone” Joey Heatherton August 12, 1972
“Hold Your Head Up” Argent[ August 26, 1972
“Motorcycle Mama” Sailcat August 26, 1972
“Small Beginnings” Flash August 26, 1972
“Beautiful Sunday” Daniel Boone September 16, 1972
“All the Young Dudes” Mott the Hoople September 23, 1972
“Easy Livin'” Uriah Heep September 23, 1972
“Popcorn” Hot Butter October 21, 1972
“The City of New Orleans” Arlo Guthrie October 28, 1972
“From the Beginning” Emerson, Lake & Palmer October 28, 1972
“Good Time Charlie’s Got the Blues” Danny O’Keefe November 4, 1972
“Convention ’72” The Delegates November 18, 1972
“Thunder and Lightning” Chi Coltrane November 18, 1972
“American City Suite” Cashman and West November 18, 1972

1973

Song Performer Date
“Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” Blue Haze January 13, 1973
“Love Jones” Brighter Side of Darkness February 3, 1973
“Why Can’t We Live Together” Timmy Thomas February 10, 1973
“Oh, Babe, What Would You Say?” Hurricane Smith February 17, 1973
“Dueling Banjos” Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell February 24, 1973
“Dancin’ in the Moonlight” King Harvest February 24, 1973
“Soul Song” Joe Stampley March 10, 1973
“Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)” Deodato March 31, 1973
“Dead Skunk” Loudon Wainwright III March 31, 1973
“The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia” Vicki Lawrence April 7, 1973
“Walk on the Wild Side” Lou Reed April 28, 1973
“Daisy a Day” Jud Strunk May 19, 1973
“Wildflower” Skylark May 26, 1973
“Armed and Extremely Dangerous” First Choice May 26, 1973
“Superfly Meets Shaft” John & Ernest May 26, 1973
“Hocus Pocus” Focus June 2, 1973
“Leaving Me” The Independents June 2, 1973
“The Teddy Bear Song” Barbara Fairchild June 2, 1973
“Back When My Hair Was Short” Gunhill Road June 2, 1973
“Pillow Talk” Sylvia June 9, 1973
“Playground in My Mind” Clint Holmes June 16, 1973
“I’m Doin’ Fine Now” New York City June 23, 1973
“Right Place Wrong Time” Dr. John June 30, 1973
“Doing It to Death” Fred Wesley and the J.B.’s July 14, 1973
“Satin Sheets” Jeanne Pruett July 14, 1973
“Misdemeanor” Foster Sylvers July 28, 1973
“Soul Makossa” Manu Dibango July 28, 1973
“Brother Louie” Stories August 25, 1973
“In the Midnight Hour” Cross Country September 22, 1973
“My Maria” B. W. Stevenson September 29, 1973
“I Can’t Stand the Rain” Ann Peebles[ December 22, 1973

1974

Song Performer Date
“Painted Ladies” Ian Thomas January 12, 1974
“Midnight Rider” Gregg Allman January 19, 1974
“If We Make It Through December” Merle Haggard January 19, 1974
“Americans” Byron MacGregor February 9, 1974
“Americans (A Canadian’s Opinion)” Gordon Sinclai February 9, 1974
“Jim Dandy” Black Oak Arkansas February 16, 1974
“Can This Be Real” Natural Four February 16, 1974
“Seasons in the Sun” Terry Jacks March 2, 1974
“I Love” Tom T. Hall March 2, 1974
“Last Kiss” Wednesday March 2, 1974
“Rock On” David Essex March 9, 1974
“Eres Tu (Touch the Wind)” Mocedades March 23, 1974
“My Sweet Lady” Cliff DeYoung March 23, 1974
“Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo” Rick Derringer March 23, 1974
“I’ll Be the Other Woman” The Soul Children March 30, 1974
“The Lord’s Prayer” Sister Janet Mead April 13, 1974
“TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)” MFSB April 20, 1974
“Tell Me a Lie” Sami Jo April 20, 1974
“Tubular Bells” Mike Oldfield May 11, 1974
“The Entertainer” Marvin Hamlisch May 18, 1974
“No Charge” Melba Montgomery June 8, 1974
“Be Thankful for What You Got” William DeVaughn June 29, 1974
“This Heart” Gene Redding July 20, 1974
“Please Come to Boston” Dave Loggins August 10, 1974
“The Night Chicago Died” Paper Lace August 17, 1974
“Sugar Baby Love” The Rubettes August 31, 1974
“One Day at a Time” Marilyn Sellars September 28, 1974
“Beach Baby” The First Class October 5, 1974
“Hang on in There Baby” Johnny Bristol October 5, 1974
“After the Goldrush” Prelude October 5, 1974
“Fallin’ in Love” Souther, Hillman, Furay Band October 5, 1974
“Life Is a Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)” Reunion November 16, 1974
“I Can Help” Billy Swan November 23, 1974
“The Need to Be” Jim Weatherly November 23, 1974
“Kung Fu Fighting” Carl Douglas December 7, 1974
“Woman to Woman” Shirley Brown December 7, 1974

1975

Song Performer Date
“Doctor’s Orders” Carol Douglas February 8, 1975
“Up in a Puff of Smoke” Polly Brown March 15, 1975
“Sad Sweet Dreamer” Sweet Sensation March 22, 1975
“Shame, Shame, Shame” Shirley & Company March 29, 1975
“Lovin’ You” Minnie Riperton April 5, 1975
“Shaving Cream” Benny Bell April 26, 1975
“Chevy Van” Sammy Johns May 3, 1975
“Autobahn” Kraftwerk[ May 3, 1975
“How Long?” Ace May 31, 1975
“Judy Mae” Boomer Castleman June 14, 1975
“Lizzie and the Rainman” Tanya Tucker June 14, 1975
“I’m Not Lisa” Jessi Colter June 21, 1975
“Love Won’t Let Me Wait” Major Harris June 21, 1975
“The Last Farewell” Roger Whittaker June 21, 1975
“Magic” Pilot July 12, 1975
“The Hustle” Van McCoy July 26, 1975
“Rockin’ Chair” Gwen McCrae August 2, 1975
“Dynomite–Part 1″ Tony Camillo’s Bazuka August 2, 1975
“(Shu-Doo-Pa-Poo-Poop) Love Being Your Fool” Travis Wammack August 16, 1975
“Third Rate Romance” Amazing Rhythm Aces September 13, 1975
“Black Superman–’Muhammad Ali'” Johnny Wakelin and the Kinshasa Band September 13, 1975
“Your Love” Graham Central Station September 20, 1975
“Feelings” Morris Albert October 25, 1975
“Eighteen with a Bullet” Pete Wingfield November 29, 1975
“I Wanta Do Something Freaky to You” Leon Haywood December 13, 1975
“I’m on Fire” 5000 Volts December 13, 1975

1976

Song Performer Date
“Let’s Live Together” The Road Apples January 10, 1976
“Baby Face” Wing and a Prayer Fife and Drum Corps March 6, 1976
“Love Hurts” Nazareth March 13, 1976
“The White Knight” Cledus Maggard & the Citizen’s Band March 13, 1976
“Junk Food Junkie” Larry Groce March 20, 1976
“Love Is the Drug” Roxy Music March 20, 1976
“We Can’t Hide It Anymore” Larry Santos April 10, 1976
“Welcome Back” John Sebastian May 8, 1976
“Union Man” Cate Bros. May 22, 1976
“Fooled Around and Fell in Love” Elvin Bishop May 22, 1976
“Happy Days”[110] Pratt & McClain June 5, 1976
“Movin'” Brass Construction June 26, 1976
“Making Our Dreams Come True”[111] Cyndi Grecco July 4, 1976
“Afternoon Delight” Starland Vocal Band July 10, 1976
“The Boys Are Back in Town” Thin Lizzy July 24, 1976
“I’m Easy” Keith Carradine August 7, 1976
“Turn the Beat Around” Vicki Sue Robinson August 14, 1976
“Teddy Bear” Red Sovine August 28, 1976
“Play That Funky Music” Wild Cherry September 18, 1976
“Street Singin'” Lady Flash September 18, 1976
“Wham Bam” Silver October 2, 1976
“A Fifth of Beethoven” Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band October 9, 1976
“Disco Duck (Part 1)” Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots October 16, 1976
“Did You Boogie (With Your Baby)” Flash Cadillac & the Continental Kids October 23, 1976
“You Are My Starship” Norman Connors November 6, 1976
“Anything You Want” John Valenti November 6, 1976
“Nadia’s Theme (The Young and The Restless)” Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr. December 11, 1976

1977

Song Performer Peak date
“Jeans On” David Dundas January 29, 1977
“Whispering/Cherchez La Femme/Se Si Bon” Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band January 29, 1977
“In the Mood” Henhouse Five Plus Too[ February 5, 1977
“Living Next Door to Alice” Smokie February 26, 1977
“Spring Rain” Silvetti March 19, 1977
“Don’t Give Up on Us” David Soul April 9, 1977
“Love in C Minor” Cerrone April 9, 1977
“Disco Lucy (I Love Lucy Theme)” Wilton Place Street Band April 9, 1977
“Tryin’ to Love Two” William Bell April 30, 1977
“Sometimes” Facts of Life April 30, 1977
“Old Fashion Boy (You’re the One)” Stallion April 30, 1977
“Cherry Baby” Starz May 7, 1977
“Dancin’ Man” Q May 14, 1977
“Slow Down” John Miles June 11, 1977
“Ariel” Dean Friedman June 25, 1977
“Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)” Maynard Ferguson June 25, 1977
“Gonna Fly Now (Theme from Rocky)” Bill Conti July 2, 1977
“Undercover Angel” Alan O’Day July 9, 1977
“Angel in Your Arms” Hot July 16, 1977
“Devil’s Gun” C.J. and Co. July 16, 1977
“Do You Wanna Make Love” Peter McCann August 6, 1977
“It’s a Crazy World” Mac McAnally August 13, 1977
“Telephone Man” Meri Wilson August 20, 1977
“Slide” Slave August 20, 1977
“Black Betty” Ram Jam September 3, 1977
“Float On” The Floaters September 17, 1977
“Smoke from a Distant Fire” Sanford/Townsend Band September 17, 1977
“Cat Scratch Fever” Ted Nugent October 8, 1977
“You Light Up My Life” Debby Boone October 15, 1977
“The King Is Gone” Ronnie McDowell October 22, 1977
“Heaven on the 7th Floor” Paul Nicholas November 26, 1977
“You Can’t Turn Me Off (In the Middle of Turning Me On)” High Inergy December 24, 1977

1978

Song Performer Peak date
“Short People” Randy Newman January 28, 1978
“Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” Santa Esmeralda February 18, 1978
“Native New Yorker” Odyssey February 18, 1978
“Emotion” Samantha Sang March 18, 1978
“Falling” LeBlanc and Carr April 1, 1978
“Theme Song from Which Way Is Up Stargard April 1, 1978
“I’m Gonna Take Care of Everything” Rubicon April 22, 1978
“Werewolves of London” Warren Zevon May 13, 1978
“Let’s All Chant” Michael Zager Band May 20, 1978
“Because the Night” Patti Smith Group June 24, 1978
“Almost Summer” Celebration featuring Mike Love June 24, 1978
“Dance Across the Floor” Jimmy “Bo” Horne June 24, 1978
“Chattanooga Choo Choo” Tuxedo Junction July 1, 1978
“I Can’t Stand the Rain” Eruption July 8, 1978
“Thank God It’s Friday” Love & Kisses July 22, 1978
“My Angel Baby” Toby Beau August 12, 1978
“King Tut” Steve Martin and the Toot Uncommons August 12, 1978
“Magnet and Steel” Walter Egan August 26, 1978
“Rivers of Babylon” Boney M August 26, 1978
“Think It Over” Cheryl Ladd September 9, 1978
“Fool (If You Think It’s Over)” Chris Rea September 16, 1978
“5.7.0.5.” City Boy September 16, 1978
“Hot Child in the City” Nick Gilder October 28, 1978
“I Will Still Love You” Stonebolt October 28, 1978
“One Nation Under a Groove” Funkadelic November 11, 1978
“Run for Home” Lindisfarne December 9, 1978
“There’ll Never Be” Switch December 9, 1978
“I Love the Nightlife (Disco ‘Round)” Alicia Bridges December 23, 1978

1979

Song Performer Peak date
“New York Groove” Ace Frehley February 3, 1979
“Don’t Hold Back” Chanson February 3, 1979
“Got to Be Real” Cheryl Lynn February 17, 1979
“Shake It” Ian Matthews February 17, 1979
“Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet” Gonzalez March 10, 1979
“What You Won’t Do for Love” Bobby Caldwell March 24, 1979
“Chase” Giorgio Moroder March 31, 1979
“Bustin’ Loose, Part 1″ Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers April 7, 1979
“Heaven Knows” Brooklyn Dreams April 7, 1979
“Knock on Wood” Amii Stewart April 21, 1979
“Livin’ It Up (Friday Night)” Bell and James April 21, 1979
“Music Box Dancer” Frank Mills May 5, 1979
“Sweet Lui-Louise” Ironhorse May 5, 1979
“I Got My Mind Made Up (You Can Get It Girl)” Instant Funk May 12, 1979
“Stumblin’ In” Suzi Quatro and Chris Norman May 12, 1979
“Don’t You Write Her Off” McGuinn, Clark and Hillman May 12, 1979
“Such a Woman” Tycoon May 26, 1979
“(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want to Be Right” Barbara Mandrell June 2, 1979
“It Must Be Love” Alton McClain and Destiny June 9, 1979
“Just When I Needed You Most” Randy VanWarmer June 16, 1979
“Get Used to It” Roger Voudouris June 16, 1979
“Don’t Ever Want To Lose You” New England June 16, 1979
“Ring My Bell” Anita Ward June 30, 1979
“Makin’ It” David Naughton July 21, 1979
“Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now” McFadden & Whitehead July 21, 1979
“Kiss in the Dark” Pink Lady August 4, 1979
“You’re Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else” Jones Girls August 18, 1979
“Morning Dance” Spyro Gyra August 25, 1979
“Oh Well” The Rockets September 1, 1979
“Girl of My Dreams” Bram Tchaikovsky September 1, 1979
“Saturdaynight” Herman Brood September 8, 1979
“Come To Me” France Joli September 22, 1979
“Cruel to Be Kind” Nick Lowe[161] September 29, 1979
“Born to Be Alive” Patrick Hernandez September 29, 1979
“Driver’s Seat” Sniff ‘n’ the Tears September 29, 1979
“Rolene” Moon Martin October 13, 1979
“Hold On” Ian Gomm October 27, 1979
“Pop Muzik” M November 3, 1979
“Street Life” The Crusaders November 10, 1979
“Please Don’t Leave” Lauren Wood November 24, 1979
“Rainbow Connection” Kermit (Jim Henson) November 24, 1979
“If You Want It” Niteflyte December 1, 1979
“I Still Have Dreams” Richie Furay December 15, 1979
“Video Killed the Radio Star” The Buggles December 15, 1979

 

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