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The Number One Hits Of 1975

1975The Number One Hits Of 1975:
December 28, 1974 – January 3, 1975:
Helen ReddyAngie Baby

January 4, 1975 – January 17, 1975:
Elton JohnLucy in the Sky with Diamonds

January 18, 1975 – January 24, 1975:
Barry ManilowMandy

January 25, 1975 – January 31, 1975:
The CarpentersPlease Mr. Postman

February 1, 1975 – February 7, 1975:
Neil SedakaLaughter in the Rain

February 8, 1975 – February 14, 1975:
Ohio PlayersFire

February 15, 1975 – February 21, 1975:
Linda RonstadtYou’re No Good

February 22, 1975 – February 28, 1975:
Average White BandPick Up the Pieces

March 1, 1975 – March 7, 1975:
EaglesBest of My Love

March 8, 1975 – March 14, 1975:
Olivia Newton-JohnHave You Never Been Mellow

March 15, 1975 – March 21, 1975:
The Doobie BrothersBlack Water

March 22, 1975 – March 28, 1975:
Frankie ValliMy Eyes Adored You

March 29, 1975 – April 4, 1975:
LaBelleLady Marmalade

April 5, 1975 – April 11, 1975:
Minnie RipertonLovin’ You

April 12, 1975 – April 25, 1975:
Elton JohnPhiladelphia Freedom

April 26, 1975 – May 2, 1975:
B. J. Thomas(Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song

May 3, 1975 – May 23, 1975:
Tony Orlando and DawnHe Don’t Love You (Like I Love You)

May 24, 1975 – May 30, 1975:
Earth, Wind & FireShining Star

May 31, 1975 – June 6, 1975:
Freddy FenderBefore the Next Teardrop Falls

June 7, 1975 – June 13, 1975:
John DenverThank God I’m a Country Boy

June 14, 1975 – June 20, 1975:
AmericaSister Golden Hair

June 21, 1975 – July 18, 1975:
Captain & TennilleLove Will Keep Us Together

July 19, 1975 – July 25, 1975:
WingsListen to What the Man Said

July 26, 1975 – August 1, 1975:
Van McCoy and the Soul City SymphonyThe Hustle

August 2, 1975 – August 8, 1975:
EaglesOne of These Nights

August 9, 1975 – August 22, 1975:
Bee GeesJive Talkin’

August 23, 1975 – August 29, 1975:
Hamilton, Joe Frank & ReynoldsFallin’ in Love

August 30, 1975 – September 5, 1975:
KC and the Sunshine BandGet Down Tonight

September 6, 1975 – September 19, 1975:
Glen CampbellRhinestone Cowboy

September 20, 1975 – September 26, 1975:
David BowieFame

September 27, 1975 – October 10, 1975:
John DenverI’m Sorry / Calypso

October 11, 1975 – October 31, 1975:
Neil SedakaBad Blood

November 1, 1975 – November 21, 1975:
Elton JohnIsland Girl

November 22, 1975 – November 28, 1975:
KC and the Sunshine BandThat’s the Way (I Like It)

November 29, 1975 – December 26, 1975:
Silver ConventionFly, Robin, Fly

December 27, 1975 – January 2, 1976:
The Staple SingersLet’s Do It Again

The biggest Pop Artists of 1975 include:
Al Green, America, AWB (Average White Band), Barry Manilow, Barry White, Ben E. King, Bobby Womack, Bruce Springsteen, B.T. Express, The Captain & Tennille, The Carpenters, The Commodores, David Bowie, The Doobie Brothers, The Eagles, Earth, Wind & Fire, Eddie Kendricks, Elton John, Frankie Valli, Freddy Fender, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Helen Reddy, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, The Isley Brothers, Joe Simon, John Denver, KC & the Sunshine Band, Kool & the Gang, LaBelle, Larry Graham, Linda Ronstadt, Major Harris, Minnie Riperton, Neil Sedaka, The O’Jays, Ohio Players, Olivia Newton-John, Paul McCartney & Wings, Pointer Sisters, Ringo Starr, Rufus featuring Chaka Kahn, Smokey Robinson, The Spinners, The Staple Singers, Stevie Wonder, Tavares, The Temptations, Tony Orlando & Dawn, Tyrone Davis, War

(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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