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No. 1 Hits of the 70s Vol.3
"This is the next entry in the 1970s series which highlights song that were number one on the U.S. Billboard charts during the decade. You may need to give the title or the artist. There may be clues to help you along. Good luck."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
This Dutch band hit the top with a song that was later covered by a British girl group. It had a common title with a hit single from Frankie Avalon, although the songs were completely different. Who scored with "Venus" in 1970?
The Black Crowes
In The Pink
This group had a sound similar to The Jackson Five when they debuted in 1971. Who scored with "One Bad Apple"?
"Lets Stay Together" was a big hit in 1972 for this soulful crooner. Can you name him?
"I remember when rock was young, me and Suzie had so much fun..." begins this nostalgic Elton John classic. Name it.
(Two Words (reptile))
"Show and Tell" was a number one hit in 1974 for this soul singer who had some prior success with "The Snake" in the late 1960s. Can you think of his name?
The Carpenters took a song from a 1960s girl group and went to the top of the charts with it in 1975. What song was it?
Please Mr Postman
Goodbye To Love
Close to You
Breaking Up in Hard To Do
Barry Manilow had a number one hit with a song he wrote called "I Write The Songs" in 1976.
Stevie Wonder appears on our quiz with this 1977 hit which focused on his childhood. What was the name of this song?
Outside My Window
"(Love Is) Thicker Than Water" was a 1978 number one hit for a brother of a group of top selling artists. This song was taken to the top of the charts by...?
Rod Stewart singing disco? Sacrilege! That's what the critics thought when he hit the charts with this suggestive hit in 1979. What hit was this?
Da Ya Think I'm Sexy
Ain't Love a Bitch
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Compiled Dec 04 13