My 1974 Charts – April

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Those goldfish lasted until a heron ate them (bastard) 20 years later. Quite a bit bigger by then…

 

2nd April 1974

second week on top for Queen, and my chart starts to get more volatile as I get exposed to more and more non-chart music. I was still only compiling a 30, but my chart rules meant many a great record was evicted to make way, and far too early, so Ive expanded to 40 to include those that I still really loved from the week before but hadn’t room for.

New peaks for Three Degrees at 2, Rubettes at 3 (yet to chart anywhere else), and highest new entry from Mud at 6. The Cat Crept In is very much Tiger Feet part 2, but great nonetheless, and Mud at the time were on a roll after 3 in a row at the top of my chart. Genesis get a Top 10 hit 4 years before they did it in the real charts, and the Doobie’s almost make it at 11. New at 16 is Elton John. Not Candle, which peaked at 30, but the far superior B Side which hit the top in the USA. Benny & The Jets was a live slow stomping soul record, and should have been an A Side.

The Bee Gees by now were out of fashion completely, their new single Mr Natural stiffing everywhere except in my charts. I’m nothing if not loyal to great pop stars, and this was a perfectly good record, also skirting with smooth soul. R’n’b the way to go boys! Back with a 60’s girl group pastiche, Limmie & The Family Cooking were fun at 20, and rocking it big-time with menacing guitars and a big vocal is the stupendous On The Run, big on radio Luxembourg and nowhere else. Never became a hit sadly, but the lead singer of Scorched Earth became somewhat better known two years later, solo: Billy Ocean. To this day, still his best record.

The Wombles were back, and Mike Batt starting to get into his Womble stride, starting a string of inventive, musically diverse novelty records. Proving that novelty records can be fun and clever. I defy anyone not sing along to this one! At 25, the Luxembourg Eurovision entry, getting hammered on the station, at 26 Ricky Wilde’s glamtastic teenpop final try at a career. Kim’s pop career added synths but essentially used the same formula, so hooray for brother Ricky!

The Chi-Lites were back, 2 years on from some real gems and a number one Oh Girl, with a charming ditty later covered by UB40. Lieutenant Pigeon had had their day, and a number one in my chart with Desperate Dan (Mould Old Dough hit 2) but I had enough affection for the jaunty piano romping to chart this cover of an Irish ballad standard beloved of many a drunk. Finally, at 30, a song about sad DJ’s from storytale songwriter Harry Chapin, who wrote many fab songs only to die young on his way to a charity gig when a huge log came lose from the megatruck in front of his car.

1 ( 1 ) SEVEN SEAS OF RHYE Queen
2 ( 4 ) THE YEAR OF DECISION The Three Degrees
3 ( 5 ) SUGAR BABY LOVE The Rubettes
4 ( 6 ) DOCTOR’S ORDERS Sunny
5 ( 2 ) SEASONS IN THE SUN Terry Jacks
6 ( NEW ) THE CAT CREPT IN Mud
7 ( 8 ) HELP ME Joni Mitchell
8 ( 11 ) I KNOW WHAT I LIKE (IN YOUR WARDROBE) Genesis
9 ( 7 ) I GET A LITTLE SENTIMENTAL The New Seekers
10 ( 3 ) JET Paul McCartney & Wings

11 ( 20 ) LISTEN TO THE MUSIC The Doobie Brothers
12 ( 23 ) ANGEL FACE The Glitter Band
13 ( 25 ) THE STING The Ragtimers
14 ( 29 ) LET ME PUT MY SPELL ON YOU Merlin
15 ( 9 ) I SHALL SING Art Garfunkel
16 ( NEW ) BENNY AND THE JETS Elton John
17 ( NEW ) MR NATURAL The Bee Gees
18 ( 30 ) THE GOLDEN AGE OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL Mott The Hoople
19 ( 12 ) EVERLASTING LOVE Robert Knight
20 ( NEW ) A WALKIN’ MIRACLE Limmie & The Family Cooking

21 ( NEW ) ON THE RUN Scorched Earth
22 ( 13 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Charlie Rich
23 ( 24 ) DREAM WORLD Don Downing
24 ( NEW ) REMEMBER (YOU’RE A WOMBLE) The Wombles
25 ( NEW ) BYE BYE I LOVE YOU Irene Shears
26 ( NEW ) TEEN WAVE Ricky Wilde
27 ( 14 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
28 ( NEW ) HOMELY GIRL The Chi-Lites
29 ( NEW ) I’LL TAKE YOU HOME AGAIN KATHLEEN Lieutenant Pigeon
30 ( NEW ) W.O.L.D. Harry Chapin

31 ( 15 ) EMMA Hot Chocolate
32 ( 10 ) JEALOUS MIND Alvin Stardust
33 ( 16 ) GET OFF MY CLOUD Bubble Rock
34 ( 17 ) THERE’LL BE ANOTHER NIGHT Jimmy Helms
35 ( 19 ) DIRTY OL’ MAN The Three Degrees
36 ( 18 ) MOCKINGBIRD James Taylor and Carly Simon
37 ( 21 ) SCHOOL LOVE Barry Blue
38 ( 31 ) LOVE’S THEME Love Unlimited Orchestra
39 ( 22 ) I’VE GOT TO USE MY IMAGINATION Gladys Knight & The Pips
40 ( 27 ) DEVIL GATE DRIVE Suzi Quatro

9th April 1974

The manic, exciting pace of the music scene stepped up a pace this week with two memorable debuts, and a rare 1-2 new entry from nowhere. It was Eurovision, saturday night and as usual I was babysitting for cash at my regular’s near where I lived at RAF Innsworth. Got the kids to bed early so no interruptions (I hoped!) for a glorious evening entertainment. Olivia Newton-John and Irene Shears I already knew and had charted, but two lept right out at me, the fab Mouth & MacNeal (who had charted 2 years earlier for me on the back of a US hit) and a new act with garish clothes and a striking blonde, and a glampop stomper with a brilliant tune and lyric. It was called Waterloo and it was love at first sight. From this moment on Abba charted everything they released in my charts, and I was soooo happy they won. So good it became an American hit.. Mouth & MacNeal also charted at 24, the 4th from the contest in 1974.

In a normal week, the headline would have been all about Sparks, a quirky American duo of brothers from out of this universe. Tagged along with glam rock, but actually they were (and remain) unique in sound and unclassifiable. This Town Ain’t Big Enough For Both Of Us came on the radio and blew my mind instantly with it’s insistent keyboard synth sound, the relentless quirky lyrics and flowing melody, and the crescendo of guitars interrupting that manic Russell Mael falsetto vocal. Not to mention brother Ron’s alien staring face when they finally got on telly. OMG! Brilliant.

This was all bad news for my 2nd fave pop group (after Wizzard) Mud, who had to settle for 3 with all my other faves pushed down 3 places. In at 9, though, a Swedish rock version of Jonathan KIng’s 1971 number one Hooked On A Feeling. It went to the top in the States, where they knew it as a bizarre cover of B.J.Thomas’ country pop original. JK added the ooga cha ga’s and it now seems immortality of sorts beckons as it’s selling well ahead of the release of big movie Guardians Of The Galaxy, in which it features prominently. It recharted in my chart a few weeks back. Just remember, ya heard it here first!:)

In at 16, a track no-one recalls, a Radio Luxembourg fave, The Friends Of St Francis with the joyous The Man Who Turned On The World. I’ve been trying to get hold of a copy of this for 40 years, with no luck. Come on itunes! Sweeping strings and choruses of voices over a mediaeval-style soloist. Fab. Elsewhere, another great Stevie Wonder (UK only) single, a solo hit from former Hollies, and Crosby Stills & Nash man, Graham Nash, On The Line, a minor entry for wannabee pop star Simon Jones, and a great Philly soul record from The Intruders. I really really needed to have done a Top 50 minimum by now, but that was still months away!

1 ( NEW ) WATERLOO Abba
2 ( NEW ) THIS TOWN AIN’T BIG ENOUGH FOR BOTH OF US Sparks
3 ( 6 ) THE CAT CREPT IN Mud
4 ( 1 ) SEVEN SEAS OF RHYE Queen
5 ( 2 ) THE YEAR OF DECISION The Three Degrees
6 ( 3 ) SUGAR BABY LOVE The Rubettes
7 ( 4 ) DOCTOR’S ORDERS Sunny
8 ( 5 ) SEASONS IN THE SUN Terry Jacks
9 ( NEW ) HOOKED ON A FEELING Blue Swede
10 ( 21 ) ON THE RUN Scorched Earth

11 ( 8 ) I KNOW WHAT I LIKE (IN YOUR WARDROBE) Genesis
12 ( 7 ) HELP ME Joni Mitchell
13 ( 14 ) LET ME PUT MY SPELL ON YOU Merlin
14 ( 10 ) JET Paul McCartney & Wings
15 ( 24 ) REMEMBER (YOU’RE A WOMBLE) The Wombles
16 ( NEW ) THE MAN WHO TURNED ON THE WORLD Friends Of St Francis
17 ( 17 ) MR NATURAL The Bee Gees
18 ( 9 ) I GET A LITTLE SENTIMENTAL The New Seekers
19 ( 26 ) TEEN WAVE Ricky Wilde
20 ( 20 ) A WALKIN’ MIRACLE Limmie & The Family Cooking

21 ( 18 ) THE GOLDEN AGE OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL Mott The Hoople
22 ( 28 ) HOMELY GIRL The Chi-Lites
23 ( 12 ) ANGEL FACE The Glitter Band
24 ( NEW ) I SEE A STAR Mouth and MacNeal
25 ( 25 ) BYE BYE I LOVE YOU Irene Shears
26 ( 19 ) EVERLASTING LOVE Robert Knight
27 ( NEW ) MISSTRA KNOW IT ALL Stevie Wonder
28 ( NEW ) ON THE LINE Graham Nash
29 ( NEW ) SHE WAS JUST A YOUNG GIRL Simon Jones
30 ( NEW ) I’LL ALWAYS LOVE MY MAMA The Intruders

31 ( 11 ) LISTEN TO THE MUSIC The Doobie Brothers
32 ( 13 ) THE STING The Ragtimers
33 ( 15 ) I SHALL SING Art Garfunkel
34 ( 16 ) BENNY AND THE JETS Elton John
35 ( 22 ) MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD Charlie Rich
36 ( 23 ) DREAM WORLD Don Downing
37 ( 27 ) THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies
38 ( 29 ) I’LL TAKE YOU HOME AGAIN KATHLEEN Lieutenant Pigeon
39 ( 30 ) W.O.L.D. Harry Chapin
40 ( 31 ) EMMA Hot Chocolate

16th April 1974

Still 1-2-3 for Abba, Sparks, Mud and Benny & The Jet shoots up to 4, Elton’s fab B side, all 4 could easily be number one really it was that tight at the time at the top. My charts starting to have less and less in common with the BBC charts, stuffed as they were with TV reality stars and MOR. My tastes were maturing more into albums acts and tracks, not unusual for 16-year-olds.

Highest new entry was fab Native Canadian Buffy at 13, always had a soft spot for her ballads. Graham Nash at 21 joined at 24 by Allan Clarke the other main Hollies vocalist, fresh off Air That I Breathe. Sideshow would be covered 2 years later by the Surprise Sisters, an even better version, and still frustratingly not a big hit. The Stylistics having a rare flop in the UK with Only For The Children, not that they cared they just flipped it over and the B Side became a huge UK and US hit (You Make Me Feel Brand New). Finally, new for Bowie, another old album track. Bowie new stuff was always punctuated with old stuff, not exactly being short of fab back catalogue for RCA and others to bung out in between albums. Then there’s Roxy’s Eno and his odd debut single. I liked it, ahead of it’s time it was, and future legendary record producer or what!

It was around this time I was coerced into agreeing to go what they called school disco (or these days, “Prom”). I was new boy, Suzanne in our class was dateless, we were both nice so everyone reasoned we’d be perfect as a match. Sadly, no-one had counted on sheer terror, panic and cold sweats on my part at having to go out with a girl fro the first time, really. She could tell I was unhappy a couple of days later, and knew I’d been pushed into it, so she had a quiet word which gave me the opportunity to back out. Being a cowardly tit, and being very confused generally at that time, I took it and left her thinking it was her – I’d said it wasn’t that I didn’t like her and she just added in the “enough” on the end of the sentence. I was pretty much left in the cold for the rest of the year by the class, and I’ve felt awful about it for 40 years. As The Hollies (spot the link above) once sang, I’m truly Sorry Suzanne – it wasn’t you, honest, it was me. What a twa*t.
1 ( 1 ) WATERLOO Abba
2 ( 2 ) THIS TOWN AIN’T BIG ENOUGH FOR BOTH OF US Sparks
3 ( 3 ) THE CAT CREPT IN Mud
4 ( 34 ) BENNY AND THE JETS Elton John
5 ( 4 ) SEVEN SEAS OF RHYE Queen
6 ( 5 ) THE YEAR OF DECISION The Three Degrees
7 ( 7 ) DOCTOR’S ORDERS Sunny
8 ( 8 ) SEASONS IN THE SUN Terry Jacks
9 ( 9 ) HOOKED ON A FEELING Blue Swede
10 ( 19 ) TEEN WAVE Ricky Wilde

11 ( 16 ) THE MAN WHO TURNED ON THE WORLD Friends Of St Francis
12 ( 13 ) LET ME PUT MY SPELL ON YOU Merlin
13 ( NEW ) I JUST CAN’T BELIEVE THE FEELING Buffy Sainte-Marie
14 ( 10 ) ON THE RUN Scorched Earth
15 ( 15 ) REMEMBER (YOU’RE A WOMBLE) The Wombles
16 ( 17 ) MR NATURAL The Bee Gees
17 ( 22 ) HOMELY GIRL The Chi-Lites
18 ( 27 ) MISSTRA KNOW IT ALL Stevie Wonder
19 ( 11 ) I KNOW WHAT I LIKE (IN YOUR WARDROBE) Genesis
20 ( 18 ) I GET A LITTLE SENTIMENTAL The New Seekers

21 ( 28 ) ON THE LINE Graham Nash
22 ( NEW ) SEVEN DEADLY FINS Eno
23 ( 21 ) THE GOLDEN AGE OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL Mott The Hoople
24 ( NEW ) SIDESHOW Allan Clarke
25 ( 24 ) I SEE A STAR Mouth and MacNeal
26 ( NEW ) ONLY FOR THE CHILDREN The Stylistics
27 ( NEW ) ROCK ‘N’ ROLL SUICIDE David Bowie
28 ( 39 ) W.O.L.D. Harry Chapin
29 ( 12 ) HELP ME Joni Mitchell
30 ( 23 ) ANGEL FACE The Glitter Band

31 ( 6 ) SUGAR BABY LOVE The Rubettes
32 ( 14 ) JET Paul McCartney & Wings
33 ( 20 ) A WALKIN’ MIRACLE Limmie & The Family Cooking
34 ( 25 ) BYE BYE I LOVE YOU Irene Shears
35 ( 26 ) EVERLASTING LOVE Robert Knight
36 ( 29 ) SHE WAS JUST A YOUNG GIRL Simon Jones
37 ( 30 ) I’LL ALWAYS LOVE MY MAMA The Intruders
38 ( 31 ) LISTEN TO THE MUSIC The Doobie Brothers
39 ( 32 ) THE STING The Ragtimers
40 ( 33 ) I SHALL SING Art Garfunkel

 

23rd April 1974

In which new faves who came straight in at 1 (Abba) are knocked by old faves Wizzard coming straight in at 1, that’s 4 in a row chart-toppers and one more for Roy Wood solo. I always thought they should have hung on till December to issue this single, their last great glamrock record, but hey ho, no-one remembers Rock ‘n’ Roll Winter now anyway. DJ Johnny Walker fave Lucinda pops in at 4, for some reason I went mad on it immediately, I mean it’s good, but not great, and not a hit anywhere.

The Three Degrees replace themselves in the Top 10, in combo with house band at the Philadelphia record label, Mother Father Sister Brother, better known as MFSB. Big US hit that one, all strings n soul. In at 8 a debut hit for the fab Cockney Rebel (essentially Steve Harley of course) and the fab Judy Teen. Steve’s vocal style was unique, and this record sounded like nothing else before it, fresh and exciting.

Nemo are back, 2 years after The Sun Has Got His Hat On, with another 1930’s pastiche cover of an oldie from that period. The song had just become popular again thanks to the movie of that name, and also featured on cool sitcom MASH. Jonathan King didn’t fool me though, it as his 3rd hit in 4 months, the previous under Bubble Rock. Bay City Rollers also are back with soundalike follow-up to Remember, Shang A Lang, on their way to teenybop stardom now that the aforementioned JK wasn’t involved anymore.

Finally, Alvin’s 3rd hit, Andy Williams latest, a big amusing US hit from Jim Stafford and Native American band Redbone finally get a follow-up hit (in my charts) to the awesome atmospheric Witch Queen Of New Orleans. Bizarrely this one became a big US hit, but Witch Queen didn’t. Racism!

1 ( NEW ) ROCK ‘N’ ROLL WINTER Wizzard
2 ( 1 ) WATERLOO Abba
3 ( 2 ) THIS TOWN AIN’T BIG ENOUGH FOR BOTH OF US Sparks
4 ( NEW ) LUCINDA Howard Werth
5 ( 10 ) TEEN WAVE Ricky Wilde
6 ( NEW ) T.S.O.P. (THE SOUND OF PHILADELPHIA) M.F.S.B. (featuring the Three Degrees)
7 ( 5 ) SEVEN SEAS OF RHYE Queen
8 ( NEW ) JUDY TEEN Cockney Rebel
9 ( 9 ) HOOKED ON A FEELING Blue Swede
10 ( 3 ) THE CAT CREPT IN Mud

11 ( 4 ) BENNY AND THE JETS Elton John
12 ( 13 ) I JUST CAN’T BELIEVE THE FEELING Buffy Sainte-Marie
13 ( 18 ) MISSTRA KNOW IT ALL Stevie Wonder
14 ( 22 ) SEVEN DEADLY FINS Eno
15 ( 6 ) THE YEAR OF DECISION The Three Degrees
16 ( 7 ) DOCTOR’S ORDERS Sunny
17 ( 8 ) SEASONS IN THE SUN Terry Jacks
18 ( 21 ) ON THE LINE Graham Nash
19 ( NEW ) PAPER MOON Nemo (aka Jonathan King)
20 ( 14 ) ON THE RUN Scorched Earth

21 ( NEW ) SHANG A LANG Bay City Rollers
22 ( NEW ) RED DRESS Alvin Stardust
23 ( 24 ) SIDESHOW Allan Clarke
24 ( 26 ) ONLY FOR THE CHILDREN The Stylistics
25 ( 27 ) ROCK ‘N’ ROLL SUICIDE David Bowie
26 ( 11 ) THE MAN WHO TURNED ON THE WORLD Friends Of St Francis
27 ( 15 ) REMEMBER (YOU’RE A WOMBLE) The Wombles
28 ( NEW ) GETTING OVER YOU Andy Williams
29 ( NEW ) SPIDERS AND SNAKES Jim Stafford
30 ( NEW ) COME AND GET YOUR LOVE Redbone

31 ( 12 ) LET ME PUT MY SPELL ON YOU Merlin
32 ( 16 ) MR NATURAL The Bee Gees
33 ( 17 ) HOMELY GIRL The Chi-Lites
34 ( 19 ) I KNOW WHAT I LIKE (IN YOUR WARDROBE) Genesis
35 ( 20 ) I GET A LITTLE SENTIMENTAL The New Seekers
36 ( 23 ) THE GOLDEN AGE OF ROCK ‘N’ ROLL Mott The Hoople
37 ( 25 ) I SEE A STAR Mouth and MacNeal
38 ( 28 ) W.O.L.D. Harry Chapin
39 ( 29 ) HELP ME Joni Mitchell
40 ( 30 ) ANGEL FACE The Glitter Band

30th April 1974

2 weeks for Wizzard at 1, presiding over a static chart, being as I was mad on all of the Top 3. The Rubettes re-entered at 6 as it finally started to sell and thus became eligible to re-enter having been cruelly evicted early under my daft rules which penalised non-UK-chart records. Of course it went on to top the UK charts – but not mine! There I’ve given it away!

Alvin, up at 7, a Mansfield lad, and his 3rd top ten in a row with the good glam Red Dress. New ones? Barry White’s relative flop single amongst a run of hits, Honey Please Can’t Ya See was actually as good as the hits, so probably Radio 1 chose not to play it. It charted at 25 in mine, and I’m right. Better, though, was the new entry at 27, the title track off the album, and follow-up to biggest record of 1974 so far (Jet), Band On The Run quietly brought it’s grand and gentle charms into the chart. The style of ballad, huge crescendo, gentle end on a long unedited single popped up the following year on a track nobody recalls, Boheme Rhapperseedee I think it was called. If ever a track could be called Epic, it’s Band On The Run. Macca was on fire!

Alan Price was back on one of his regular come-back hit sojourns, with his ode to home and the famous Jarrow March, The Jarrow Song, all brass-band and sweeping charm. His best tracks, it has to be said, were in the 60’s though. Ike & Tina finally get a follow-up hit to the eternal Nutbush City Limits – at least in my charts that is, rockin’ it big with a song about a chicken. I’m sure it’s poultry of some sort…! Finally, at 30, Arrows, UK-based US-hit-machine-protegees of Chinn-Chapman who were starting to show signs of being past their peak (too many acts vying for the songs!). One of Arrows B Sides eventually became a monster hit though – for Joan Jett. Yes, I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll was one a rare Chinnychap missfire, really shoulda been an A side boys. The link with Joan Jett is Suzi Quatro. Joan loved Suzi, Suzi was Chinn-Chapman’s star lady, Joan Jett gets their song big sales.

1 ( 1 ) ROCK ‘N’ ROLL WINTER Wizzard
2 ( 2 ) WATERLOO Abba
3 ( 3 ) THIS TOWN AIN’T BIG ENOUGH FOR BOTH OF US Sparks
4 ( 6 ) T.S.O.P. (THE SOUND OF PHILADELPHIA) M.F.S.B. (featuring the Three Degrees)
5 ( 8 ) JUDY TEEN Cockney Rebel
6 ( RE ) SUGAR BABY LOVE The Rubettes
7 ( 22 ) RED DRESS Alvin Stardust
8 ( 4 ) LUCINDA Howard Werth
9 ( 9 ) HOOKED ON A FEELING Blue Swede
10 ( 5 ) TEEN WAVE Ricky Wilde

11 ( 12 ) I JUST CAN’T BELIEVE THE FEELING Buffy Sainte-Marie
12 ( 15 ) THE YEAR OF DECISION The Three Degrees
13 ( 13 ) MISSTRA KNOW IT ALL Stevie Wonder
14 ( 21 ) SHANG A LANG Bay City Rollers
15 ( 18 ) ON THE LINE Graham Nash
16 ( 26 ) THE MAN WHO TURNED ON THE WORLD Friends Of St Francis
17 ( 10 ) THE CAT CREPT IN Mud
18 ( 19 ) PAPER MOON Nemo (aka Jonathan King)
19 ( 16 ) DOCTOR’S ORDERS Sunny
20 ( 17 ) SEASONS IN THE SUN Terry Jacks

21 ( 20 ) ON THE RUN Scorched Earth
22 ( 29 ) SPIDERS AND SNAKES Jim Stafford
23 ( 11 ) BENNY AND THE JETS Elton John
24 ( 31 ) LET ME PUT MY SPELL ON YOU Merlin
25 ( NEW ) HONEY PLEASE CAN’T YA SEE Barry White
26 ( 37 ) I SEE A STAR Mouth and MacNeal
27 ( NEW ) BAND ON THE RUN Paul McCartney & Wings
28 ( NEW ) THE JARROW SONG Alan Price
29 ( NEW ) RHODE ISLAND RED Ike & Tina Turner
30 ( NEW ) A TOUCH TOO MUCH Arrows

31 ( 7 ) SEVEN SEAS OF RHYE Queen
32 ( 14 ) SEVEN DEADLY FINS Eno
33 ( 23 ) SIDESHOW Allan Clarke
34 ( 24 ) ONLY FOR THE CHILDREN The Stylistics
35 ( 25 ) ROCK ‘N’ ROLL SUICIDE David Bowie
36 ( 27 ) REMEMBER (YOU’RE A WOMBLE) The Wombles
37 ( 28 ) GETTING OVER YOU Andy Williams
38 ( 30 ) COME AND GET YOUR LOVE Redbone
39 ( NEW ) I CAN’T STOP The Osmonds
40 ( NEW ) YOU ARE EVERYTHING Marvin Gaye & Diana Ross

 

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3 thoughts on “My 1974 Charts – April

  1. Hi, John!
    What a great No.1! Looks like you’ve been a Queen’s fan from the very start of their career! Nice to see classic Genesis in your Top 10.

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