70s Music Chart February 20th 1971
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This is the week that in Uganda, we had a new self appointed president. A mad man at the helm, who was called Idi Amin. More problems too in the U.S. as the emergency warning system goes off nationwide, across TV and radio. It was just an error. This time.
Luckily the BBC charts were safe.
It’s Only Make Believe by Glenn Campbell
Lyrics to It’s Only Make Believe
Article about Glenn Campbell
Sunny Honey Girl by Cliff Richard
Lyrics to Sunny Honey Girl
Article about Cliff Richard
(Come ‘Round Here) I’m The One You Need by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
This was originally a hit in the mid 1960s for the Miracles. The lead singer was a guy called Smokey Robinson, and this is the re release with him getting star billing. Smokey was also the vice president of Tamla Motown for may years too. The group had a simultaneous No. 1 last year with The Tears Of A Clown. In the 1970s Smokey would still chart many times.
Baby Jump by Mungo Jerry
Lyrics to Baby Jump
Ray Dorset the front man to the group Mungo Jerry. Despite the confusion Mungo Jerry is a group not a person. Ray was born in 1945, and actually wrote a record for Elvis. But Elvis died just before he was going to record it. This year the group were voted one of the five best bands in the world.
There hit last year In The Summertime is going to be one of the biggest singles in the 1970s.
The Ressurection Shuffle by Ashton, Gardener and Dyke
The Pushbike Song by Mixtures
My Sweet Lord by George Harrison
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