Music Charts March 8th 1975

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The body of 17 year old Lesley Whittle was found a few days ago in Shropshire at the bottom of a well 52 days after she went missing. Lesley was heiress left 80,000 pounds by her father. The killer was not known at the time, but later it became clear this was another victim of the Black Panther. He was Donald Neilson.

No. 20

Angie Baby by Helen Reddy

Article about Helen Reddy

No. 19

Sweet Music by Showaddywaddy

Article about Showaddywaddy


No. 18

Young Americans by David Bowie

Young Americans was the first Bowie album that guitarist Carlos Alomar played on. Bowie first saw Alomar playing in the house band at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, and convinced him to play on this album and join the tour. Alomar became a major contributor, playing on several of Bowie’s albums in the 1970s, and he came up with guitar riffs for songs like “Fame” and “Golden Years.”

No. 17

Your Kiss Is Sweet by Syreeta

No. 16

Good Love Can Never Die by Alvin Stardust

Article about Alvin Stardust

No. 15

How Does It Feels by Slade

Article about Slade

No. 14

It May Be Winter Outside (But In My Heart It’s Spring) by Love Unlimited Orchestra

No. 13

Dreamer by Supertramp

See article about Supertramp

No. 12

Please Tell Him That I Said Hello by Dana

No. 11

I’m Stone In Love With You by Johnny Mathis

Article about Johnny Mathis

No. 10

Footsee by Wigan’s Chosen Few

No. 9

Pick Up The Pieces by Average White Band

This Scottish group had a huge instrumental hit with this song. A fusion of funk and R&B made this group something totally different. Roger Ball formed the group in 1971 and wrote most of their songs and was nominated for several Grammy Awards.

No. 8

Bye Bye Baby by Bay City Rollers

Article about Bay City Rollers

No. 7

Shame, Shame, Shame by Shirley And Company

No. 6

Please Mr. Postman by Carpenters

No. 5

My Eyes Adored You by Frankie Valli

No. 4

Only You Can by Fox

No. 3

The Secrets That You Keep by Mud

Article about Mud

No. 2

Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me) by Cockney Rebel

Article about Come Up And See Me

No. 1

If by Telly Savalas

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