1970s Music Charts February 26th 1977

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In two days time  Queen Elizabeth would be attending the New Zealand Parliament and formally open  the session. It is also the Silver Jubilee year for the Queen, and later this year there will be thousands of street parties throughout the commonwealth.

No. 20

Sound and Vision by David Bowie

See the video here.

No 19

Suspicion by Elvis Presley

No. 18

Torn Between Two Lovers by Mary MacGregor

This U.S. singer was born in 1948 and in the 1970s linked up with Peter Yarrow of Peter,Paul and Mary fame. Her single hit here was about a woman who was having an affair and could not make a decision. Mary herself was not really happy singing this song.

No. 17

Baby I Know by Rubettes

This UK group had a No.1 in 1974 with Sugar Baby Love. Baby I Know was their very last hit, and they still wore their caps that gave them a real image during the early 1970s. This was their only single that they had written themselves.

No. 16

They Shoot Horses Don’t They by Racing Cars

No. 15

Car Wash by Rose Royce

No. 14

Isn’t She Lovely by David Parton

No. 13

Daddy Cool by Boney M

No 12

What Can I Say by Boz Scaggs

No. 11

Romeo by Mr Big

No. 10

This Is Tomorrow by Bryan Ferry

No. 9

Side Show by Barry Biggs

Article about Barry Biggs

No. 8

Sing Me by Brothers

No. 7

Jack In The Box by Moments

No. 6

Chanson D’Amour by Manhattan Transfer

Article about Manhattan Transfer

No. 5

Don’t Leave Me This Way by Harold Melvin And The Bluenotes

No. 4

Boogie Nights by Heatwave

No. 3

Don’t Give Up On Us by David Soul

No. 2

Don’t Cry For Me Argentina by Julie Covington

No. 1

When I Need You by Leo Sayer

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3 Responses to “1970s Music Charts February 26th 1977”

  1. 70s Music Chart 5th March 1977 | In The 1970s Says:

    […] Isn’t She Lovely by David Parton […]

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    […] Torn Between Two Lovers by Mary MacGregor […]

  3. 70s Music Chart March 3rd 1979 | In The 1970s Says:

    […] The old backing group of Cliff Richard were often in the charts in the 1970s without Cliff. This was an instrumental version of the Webber and Rice  musical of Evita. This was yet another version of the song to make the charts the first being the No. 1 hit by Julie Covington. […]

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