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1970's Top Hits

February, 1970 - 'I Want You Back' - Jackson Five / 'Venus' - Shocking Blue / 'Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)' - Sly & The Family Stone / 'Bridge Over Troubled Water' - Simon & Garfunkel'
February, 1971 - 'Knock Three Times' - Dawn / 'One Bad Apple' - Osmonds
February, 1972 - 'American Pie (Parts 1 & 2)' - Don McLean / 'Let's Stay Togther' - Al Green / 'Without You' - Nilsson
February, 1973 - 'Superstition' - Stevie Wonder / 'Crocodile Rock' - Elton John / 'Killing Me Softly With His Song' - Roberta Flack
February, 1974 - 'You're Sixteen' - Ringo Starr / 'The Way We Were' - Barbra Streisand / 'Love's Theme' - Love Unlimited Orchestra
February, 1975 - 'Laughter In The Rain' - Neil Sedaka / Fire' - Ohio Players / 'You're No Good' - Linda Ronstadt / 'Pick Up The Pieces' - AWB
February, 1976 - 'Love Rollercoaster' - Ohio Players / '50 Ways To Leave Your Lover' - Paul Simon / 'Theme From S.W.A.T.' - Rhythm Heritage
February, 1977 - 'Car Wash' - Rose Royce / 'Torn Between Two Lovers' - Mary MacGregor / 'Blinded By The Light' - Manfred Mann's Earth Band / 'New Kid In Town' - Eagles
February, 1978 - 'Baby Come Back' - Player / 'Stayin' Alive' - Bee Gees
February, 1979 - 'Too Much Heaven' - Bee Gees / 'Do Ya Think I'm Sexy' - Rod Stewart

Notes....1970 saw the Jackson Five's very first hit land at number one. Little did we know what was to '72, Don McLean's ode to the history of rock and roll was first played by radio stations in the short 3 1/2 minute version. Most programmers then didn't feel comfortable playing the full 8 minutes. Over the years, as the average length of a hit record went to 4 and even 5 minutes, the long version came to be the standard...

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