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Hits of the 70s: Top 50 UK Singles Chart - 5 January 1974
CASH BOX TOP SINGLES1974: The Legendary Cash Box Magazine Charts: Chart data collected by Randy Price. The 1974 Charts! 1974 #1: Top Debut: January 5: Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress) - Helen Reddy: 62. It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way - Jim Croce: January 12: Time In A Bottle - …

1974 Singles - Month By Month - Super Seventies
A timeline of the weekly UK No 1 singles in the United Kingdom for the year 1974 showing date, artist and title of the track

JANUARY "Americans" - Byron MacGregor (G) (#4) "Americans" - Gordon Sinclair (#24) "Boogie Down" - Eddie Kendricks (G) (#2) "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)" - The

Cash Box Top Singles - 1974
uk singles chart january 1974 Sales Data = THE OFFICIAL U.K. SINGLES CHART. The week of January 16, 2021 Last Week Next Week Current Week Date Search 9. LAST WEEK 11. WEEKS ON CHART

Official Singles Chart Top 50 | Official Charts Company
An archive of the biggest UK hits by month. Top 40 Hits of January 1974: 1: New Seekers: You Wont Find Another Fool Like Me

The Official U.K. Singles Chart Chart | Billboard
uk singles chart january 1974 The top 100 1974 lists the 100 most popular hits in the UK singles music charts in 1974.

1974 UK Chart Singles Compilation Part 1 MiniDisc disc lab
uk singles chart january 1974 The number one best selling singles in the UK during 1974 Date Artist Title Weeks At Number One 19th January New Seekers feat. Lyn Paul You Wont Find Another Fool Like Me 1 26th January M

The UK Singles Chart is the official record chart in the United Kingdom. In the 1970s, it was compiled weekly by the British Market Research Bureau (BMRB) on behalf of the British record industry with a one-week break each Christmas. Prior to 1969 many music papers compiled their own sales charts but, on 15 February 1969, the BMRB was commissioned in a joint venture by the BBC and Record

1974 - The Fletchers
Top 40 Hits of Early January 1974: 1: New Seekers: You Wont Find Another Fool Like Me: 2: Slade: Merry Xmas Everybody: 3: Leo Sayer: The Show Must Go On: 4: Cozy Powell: Dance With The Devil: 5: Alvin Stardust: My Coo-Ca-Choo: 6: Wizzard: I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday: 7: Golden Earrings: Radar Love: 8: Gary Glitter: I Love You Love Me

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