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  1. Give A Little Love

    Give A Little Love (1975)


    "Give a Little Love", by the Bay City Rollers, was a UK #1 single for 3 weeks in July 1975. It was written by John Goodison and Phil Wainman and produced by Wainman. It was the band's second and final UK Number 1. The original UK album version (on the LP Wouldn't You Like It) was augmented with a string section, while the US-only Bay City Rollers album had only the basic rhythm track and no strings.

  2. I Can't Stop Loving You

    I Can't Stop Loving You


    "I Can't Stop Loving You (Though I Try)" is a song written by Billy Nichols and sung originally by Leo Sayer from his 1978 self-titled album on the Chrysalis label. It reached #6 on the UK singles chart and was classified silver. In 2002, Phil Collins covered the song shortening the title to Can't Stop Loving You and making it an international hit. His version reached #28 on the UK singles chart.

  3. I Lost My Heart To A Starship Trooper

    I Lost My Heart To A Starship Trooper (1978)


    "I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper", sometimes cited as "(I Lost My Heart to A) Starship Trooper", is a 1978 single written by Jeff Calvert and Max West of Typically Tropical and performed by Sarah Brightman and Hot Gossip. It is notable as the debut of the then teenage Brightman as a singer, and reached number six in the UK Singles Chart.

  4. Sometimes When We Touch

    Sometimes When We Touch


    "Sometimes When We Touch" is a 1977 ballad written by Dan Hill (lyrics) and Barry Mann (music) on the album Longer Fuse, but was also released as a single in 1978. It was Hill's biggest hit, peaking at #3 on the United States Billboard Hot 100. Musicians included Larrie Londin (drums), Bob Mann (guitar), Don Potter (guitar), Tom Szczesniak (bass). The record was produced by Fred Mollin and Matthew McCauley, recorded at Manta Sound, Toronto.

  5. Clair

    Clair (1972)


    "Clair" is a popular song by Irish singer Gilbert O'Sullivan and is one of his biggest-selling singles. Written by O'Sullivan and produced by Gordon Mills, it was the number one single in the UK for two weeks in November 1972, number one in Canada on the RPM 100 national singles chart the following January, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US. It was also O'Sullivan's second and last number one hit on the U.S. Easy Listening chart, after "Alone Again (Naturally)".

  6. Cruisin'

    Cruisin' (1995)


    "Cruisin'" is a 1979 single written, produced, and recorded by Smokey Robinson for Motown Records' Tamla label. One of Robinson's most successful singles outside of his work with The Miracles, "Cruisin'" was a Top 10 Billboard Pop hit, peaking at number four not only on the Billboard Hot 100 but on the soul chart as well. The song was co-written by fellow Miracle Marv Tarplin . "Cruisin'" was an even bigger hit in New Zealand, reaching No. 1 on that country's chart. It is included on Robinson's ninth studio album, Where There's Smoke....

  7. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love

    Could It Be I'm Falling In Love


    "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love" is a 1972 song recorded by the American R&B vocal group The Spinners (known as "Detroit Spinners" in the UK). The song was co-written by Melvin and Mervin Steals who were two songwriter brothers working for Atlantic, who were sometimes credited as "Mystro and Lyric." It was produced by Thom Bell. Bobby Smith sings lead through most of the song while Philippé Wynne handles vocal duties on the song's outro. Released as the follow-up single to the group's first hit for Atlantic Records, "I'll Be Around," "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love" would equal the success of its predecessor, peaking at number one on the R&B chart and number four on the Billboard Pop Singles chart and selling over one million copies. The song also found success in the UK, peaking at number eleven on the UK Singles Chart.

  8. Don't Give Up On Us

    Don't Give Up On Us (1976)


    "Don't Give Up on Us" is a song by David Soul.

  9. Carousel Man

    Carousel Man (1973)


    "Carousel Man" is a U.S. promo single recorded by Cher, from the album Half-Breed. It was issued only to radio DJs in 1973 as a single. Allmusic praised the jiggling rhythm of the song and called it lighthearted.[1]

  10. Let Your Hair Down

    Let Your Hair Down (1973)


    "Let Your Hair Down" is a 1973 single by American vocal group The Temptations. Dennis Edwards sings lead on the song and the group is backed by Rose Royce on the track. The song originally appeared on the Temptations 1973 album, 1990. Released as a single in November of that year, it reached the number one spot on the R&B Singles Chart in February 1974 (their last R&B #1 with collaborator Norman Whitfield) but was less successful on the Pop Singles Chart, stalling at #27.

  11. Come on over

    Come on over (1975)


    "Come On Over" is a song by Olivia Newton-John released in 1976 In 1976 Olivia Newton-John's recording of the song was released as single and also became the title track of Newton-John's 1976 album. Her version peaked at number twenty-three on the Billboard Hot 100 and was Newton-John's sixth number one in a row on the Easy Listening chart, spending one week at number one in April 1976. "Come On Over" peaked at number five on the US country chart.

  12. Mama's Pearl

    Mama's Pearl (1971)


    "Mama's Pearl" was a hit recording for The Jackson 5 in 1971.

  13. I Just Can't Help Believing

    I Just Can't Help Believing (1970)


    "I Just Can't Help Believing" is a song written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. The song was most successful after it was recorded by B.J. Thomas and released as a single in 1970. It went to number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and spent one week at number one on the Easy Listening (adult contemporary) chart.

  14. Takin' It To The Streets

    Takin' It To The Streets (1976)


    "Takin' It to the Streets" is a song by the American rock band The Doobie Brothers from the album of the same name. It was their first single with Michael McDonald on vocals and was written by McDonald.

  15. Hey Deanie

    Hey Deanie (1978)


    "Hey Deanie" is a popular song by Shaun Cassidy that was released the last week of November, 1977 from his album, Born Late. It was his third and final top 10 hit, peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, spending four months on the chart from late 1977 to early 1978. As with Cassidy's prior singles, this song also became a gold record.

  16. Keep It Comin' Love

    Keep It Comin' Love (1976)


    "Keep It Comin' Love" is a 1977 disco song recorded by KC and the Sunshine Band. It appeared on their 1977 album Part 3. The song, like its predecessor "That's the Way (I Like It)", became widely successful due to its sexual double entendres. The song shows the influence of island and Caribbean rhythms.

  17. Mr. Natural

    Mr. Natural (1974)


    "Mr. Natural" is a song by the Bee Gees, written by Barry and Robin Gibb. In March 1974, it was released as a single and also released on the album of the same name in 1974. It was backed with a folk rock number "It Doesn't Matter Much to Me". The group's first single which was produced by Arif Mardin.

  18. How Could I Let You Get Away

    How Could I Let You Get Away


    "How Could I Let You Get Away" is a song recorded by the American vocal group The Spinners (known as "Detroit Spinners" in the UK) and produced by Thom Bell. The lush, string-augmented production of the song drew comparisons to another Bell - produced group, The Stylistics. The song was recorded for inclusion on the group's 1972 self-titled debut album on Atlantic Records. It was also the A-side of the group's first single release on Atlantic in August 1972. It featured lead vocals by Philippé Wynne and Henry Fambrough. The song had modest success on the charts, reaching number fourteen on the U.S. R&B charts and crossing over to the U.S. Pop charts peaking at number seventy seven. However, it would be the single's B-side, "I'll Be Around" led by Spinners main lead singer Bobby Smith, that would be the group's real chart breakthrough, becoming a #1 R&B and #3 pop hit in the fall of 1972 and eventually reaching sales of over a million copies.

  19. One Man Band

    One Man Band (1973)


    One Man Band is a song by The Who's lead singer, Roger Daltrey from his début solo album Daltrey. The song was written by David Courtney and Leo Sayer, and features Daltrey's Acoustic guitar strumming. According to Daltrey, it "reminiscences of Shepherd's Bush" (A place in south London where Daltrey had grown up and The Who were formed) and became one the albums highlights of the album, and later being released as a single in its own right in some European territories.

  20. Living In A House Divided

    Living In A House Divided (1972)


    "Living in a House Divided" is a song released by Cher as the first single released from the album Foxy Lady. The song's lyrics discuss the separation of a couple. It peaked at number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 2 on the Adult Contemporary chart . It reached number 21 on the Cash Box chart. "Living in a House Divided" was a Top 20 hit in Canada. The song did, however, fail to reach the success of "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves", despite the fact that this was also the first single to be lifted from a Cher album.

  21. My Boy

    My Boy (1974)


    "My Boy" is the title of a popular song from the early 1970s. The music was composed by Jean Bourtayre and Claude Francois , and the lyrics were translated from the original version "Parce que je t'aime, mon enfant" (Because I Love You My Child) into English by Phil Coulter and Bill Martin.

  22. The Dignity Of Labour

    The Dignity Of Labour


    The Dignity Of Labour is a 12" vinyl record released in 1979. The tracks were written and performed by The Human League with the line-up Ware, Marsh and Oakey. It was released as the follow-up to their earlier single "Being Boiled" (b/w "Circus of Death") on Fast Product Records, the label that the band released their early singles.

  23. You Can't Change That

    You Can't Change That (1982)


    "You Can't Change That" is a song by Raydio from their album Rock On. Released as a single in 1979, it reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and number three on the R&B chart.

  24. She Did It

    She Did It (1977)


    "She Did It" is a hit single written and performed by Eric Carmen, released in August 1977. It was the first and greatest hit on Carmen's second solo LP, Boats Against the Current. It reached number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and number 15 on the Cashbox chart. On the Canadian chart it reached number 11.

  25. Charade

    Charade (1974)


    "Charade" is a ballad written by Barry Gibb and Robin Gibb released in 1974 by the Bee Gees. It was the third and final single released from the Mr. Natural album. This track was edited to 3:14 for its single version. Like the parent album, the single was not a hit and only managed to climb to #31 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart in late 1974. It did reach the Top 10 in Chile, peaking at #7.

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