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The Number One Hits Of 1974

1974The Number One Hits Of 1974:
December 29, 1973 – January 11, 1974:
Jim CroceTime in a Bottle

January 12, 1974 – January 18, 1974:
Steve Miller BandThe Joker

January 19, 1974 – January 25, 1974:
Al WilsonShow and Tell

January 26, 1974 – February 1, 1974:
Ringo StarrYou’re Sixteen

February 2, 1974 – February 8, 1974:
Barbra StreisandThe Way We Were

February 9, 1974 – March 1, 1974:
Love Unlimited OrchestraLove’s Theme

March 2, 1974 – March 22, 1974:
Terry JacksSeasons in the Sun

March 23, 1974 – March 29, 1974:
CherDark Lady

March 30, 1974 – April 5, 1974:
John DenverSunshine on My Shoulders

April 6, 1974 – April 12, 1974:
Blue SwedeHooked on a Feeling

April 13, 1974 – April 19, 1974:
Elton JohnBennie and the Jets

April 20, 1974 – May 3, 1974:
MFSB and The Three DegreesTSOP

May 4, 1974 – May 17, 1974:
Grand FunkThe Loco-Motion

May 18, 1974 – June 7, 1974:
Ray StevensThe Streak

June 8, 1974 – June 14, 1974:
Paul McCartney and WingsBand on the Run

June 15, 1974 – June 28, 1974:
Bo Donaldson and The HeywoodsBilly, Don’t Be a Hero

June 29, 1974 – July 5, 1974:
Gordon LightfootSundown

July 6, 1974 – July 12, 1974:
The Hues CorporationRock the Boat

July 13, 1974 – July 26, 1974:
George McCraeRock Your Baby

July 27, 1974 – August 9, 1974:
John DenverAnnie’s Song

August 10, 1974 – August 16, 1974:
Roberta FlackFeel Like Makin’ Love

August 17, 1974 – August 23, 1974:
Paper LaceThe Night Chicago Died

August 24, 1974 – September 13, 1974:
Paul Anka and Odia Coates(You’re) Having My Baby

September 14, 1974 – September 20, 1974:
Eric ClaptonI Shot the Sheriff

September 21, 1974 – September 27, 1974:
Barry WhiteCan’t Get Enough of Your Love, Babe

September 28, 1974 – October 4, 1974:
Andy KimRock Me Gently

October 5, 1974 – October 18, 1974:
Olivia Newton-JohnI Honestly Love You

October 19, 1974 – October 25, 1974:
Billy PrestonNothing from Nothing

October 26, 1974 – November 1, 1974:
Dionne Warwick and The SpinnersThen Came You

November 2, 1974 – November 8, 1974:
Stevie WonderYou Haven’t Done Nothin’

November 9, 1974 – November 15, 1974:
Bachman-Turner OverdriveYou Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet

November 16, 1974 – November 22, 1974:
John LennonWhatever Gets You Thru the Night

November 23, 1974 – December 6, 1974:
Billy SwanI Can Help

December 7, 1974 – December 20, 1974:
Carl DouglasKung Fu Fighting

December 21, 1974 – December 27, 1974:
Harry ChapinCat’s in the Cradle

December 28, 1974 – January 3, 1975:
Helen ReddyAngie Baby

The biggest Pop Artists of 1974 include:
Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Barry White, Billy Swan, Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods, Bobby Womack, Charlie Rich, Chicago, Diana Ross, Eddie Kendricks, Elton John, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Grand Funk Railroad, Harry Chapin, Helen Reddy, The Jackson 5, James Brown, Jim Stafford, John Denver, John Lennon, Johnnie Taylor, Kool & the Gang, Love Unlimited, MFSB, The O’Jays, Ohio Players, Olivia Newton-John, Paul McCartney & Wings, Roberta Flack, Rufus featuring Chaka Kahn, The Spinners, The Staple Singers, Stevie Wonder, The Stylistics, Tavares, The Temptations, The Three Degrees, 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.)


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