Recent Posts

Categories

Pages

The Number One Hits Of 1970

1970The Number One Hits Of 1970:
December 27, 1969 – January 2, 1970:
Diana Ross & the SupremesSomeday We’ll Be Together

January 3, 1970 – January 30, 1970:
B. J. ThomasRaindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head

January 31, 1970 – February 6, 1970:
The Jackson 5I Want You Back

February 7, 1970 – February 13, 1970:
Shocking BlueVenus

February 14, 1970 – February 27, 1970:
Sly & the Family StoneThank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) / Everybody Is a Star

February 28, 1970 – April 10, 1970:
Simon & GarfunkelBridge Over Troubled Water

April 11, 1970 – April 24, 1970:
The BeatlesLet It Be

April 25, 1970 – May 8, 1970:
The Jackson 5ABC

May 9, 1970 – May 29, 1970:
The Guess WhoAmerican Woman / No Sugar Tonight

May 30, 1970 – June 12, 1970:
Ray StevensEverything Is Beautiful

June 13, 1970 – June 26, 1970:
The BeatlesThe Long and Winding Road / For You Blue

June 27, 1970 – July 10, 1970:
The Jackson 5The Love You Save

July 11, 1970 – July 24, 1970:
Three Dog NightMama Told Me (Not to Come)

July 25, 1970 – August 21, 1970:
The Carpenters(They Long to Be) Close to You

August 22, 1970 – August 28, 1970:
BreadMake It with You

August 29, 1970 – September 18, 1970:
Edwin StarrWar

September 19, 1970 – October 9, 1970:
Diana RossAin’t No Mountain High Enough

October 10, 1970 – October 16, 1970:
Neil DiamondCracklin’ Rosie

October 17, 1970 – November 20, 1970:
The Jackson 5I’ll Be There

November 21, 1970 – December 11, 1970:
The Partridge FamilyI Think I Love You

December 12, 1970 – December 25, 1970:
Smokey Robinson & the MiraclesThe Tears of a Clown

December 26, 1970 – January 22, 1971:
George HarrisonMy Sweet Lord / Isn’t It a Pity

The biggest Pop Artists of 1970 include:
Aretha Franklin, The Beatles, B.J. Thomas, Bobby Sherman, Bread, The Carpenters, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Dionne Warwick, The Delfonics, Diana Ross, Edwin Starr, Elvis Presley, The 5th Dimension, George Harrison, Glen Campbell, The Guess Who, The Jackson 5, James Brown, Johnnie Taylor, Jr. Walker & the All Stars, Mark Lindsay, The Moments, Neil Diamond, The Partridge Family, Rare Earth, Rufus Thomas, Simon & Garfunkle, Sly & the Family Stone, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, The Temptations, Threee Dog Night, Tom Jones, Tyrone Davis

(Data is complied from various charts including: Billboard’s Pop, Rock, Airplay, R&B/Dance and Singles Charts. The Hot 100 is the primary chart used for this list.)


Tags

Pop Culture Network

RSS Feed RSS - Posts

RSS Feed RSS - Comments

Loading...