1970s Music Chart February 17th 1979

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It was the week that China decided to invade Vietnam. They stayed in Vietnam for many months, and claimed it was because the Vietnamese were entering China on a disputed border. The Vietnamese did not have an army in position to fight back.

No. 20

This Is It by Dan Hartman

No. 19

Ain’t Love A Bitch by Rod Stewart

Article about Rod Stewart

No. 18

Just The Way You Are by Barry White

No. 17

Cool Meditation by Third World

No. 16

A Little More Love by Olivia Newton John

No. 15

Take On The World by Judas Priest

No. 14

September by Earth Wind And Fire

No. 13

Oliver’s Army by Elvis Costello And The Attractions

Article about Elvis Costello

No. 12

My Life by Billy Joel

No. 11

King Rocker by Generation X

No. 10

Car 67 by Driver 67

No. 9

Milk And Alcohol by Dr Feelgood

No. 8

Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick by Ian Dury And The Blockheads

No. 7

Tragedy by Bee Gees

One off the most memorable Bee Gees songs. There is so much production on this single that it is an example of over the top works. Of course the Bee Gees had many hits in the 1970s especially with Saturday Night Fever. They had five Grammy awards in the 1970s alone.

The song came from the album Spirits Having Flown. The single went to No. 1 in the UK and the U.S.. The huge explosion sounds on the single were made by vocal noises only.

No. 6

Contact by Edwin Starr

No. 5

Don’t Cry For Me Argentina by Shadows

No. 4

I Was Made For Dancin’ by Lief Garrett

No. 3

Woman In Love by Three Degrees

No. 2

Chiquitita by Abba

No. 1

Heart Of Glass by Blondie


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