Music Charts March 25th 1972

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This was the week in the 1970s that CND in the UK marched from London’ Trafalgar Square to Aldermaston. The sixty mile march was draw attention to the UK’s atomic bombs. When they arrived a crowd of 3000 greeted them.

No. 20

I’d like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) by New Seekers

See the video and the article about New Seekers here

No. 19

Too Beautiful To Last by Englebert Humperdinck

In the 1970s this singer had two albums in the top twenty and two UK top twenty singles, of which this one. Although in 1976 he would have a U.S. Country No. 1 with After The Loving which also won him a Grammy. But for the UK this was his LAST top twenty hit.

No. 18

Look Wat You Dun by Slade

No. 17

Poppa Joe by Sweet

No. 16

Give Ireland Back To The Irish by Wings

No. 15

Mother Of Mine by Neil Reid

No. 14

It’s One Of Those Nights (Yes Love) by Partridge Family staring Shirley Jones and featuring DavidĀ  Cassidy

No. 13

I Cant Help Myself by Donnie Elbert

No. 12

Son Of My Father by Chicory Tip

No. 11

Blue Is The Colour by Chelsea Football Team

No. 10

Floy Joy by Supremes

No. 9

Desiderta by Les Crane

No. 8

Got To Be There by Michael Jackson

No. 7

Hold Your Head Up by Argent

Rod Argent from St. Albans in the UK used to be with the 1960s group The Zombies. But he and fellow Zombie band ember Chris White went on to form the group Argent along with Russ Ballard who left this year (John Verity replaced him) and went on to write for Colin Blunstone and also wrote So You Win Again by Hot Chocolate.

Jim Rodford and Bob Henrit were original members of the band.

No. 6

Mother And Child Reunion by Paul Simon

No. 5

Meet Me On The Corner by Lindisfarne

No. 4

Alone Again (Naturally) by Gilbert O’Sullivan

No. 3

American Pie by Don Mclean

No. 2

Beg Steal Or Borrow by New Seekers

No. 1

Without You by Nilsson

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