Hits of the Seventies 2 - Answers

Published: Thursday 7th July 2016
  1. Who spent six weeks as US number one with "Alone Again (Naturally)" in 1972 Gilbert O'Sullivan
  2. What was the first top ten hit for Fox in 1975? "Only You Can".
  3. Who said "Play That Funky Music" in 1976? Wild Cherry.
  4. Which London thoroughfare featured in the title of Gerry Rafferty's 1978 hit? "Baker Street".
  5. Who had a 1971 US hit with "Mr Big Stuff"? Jean Knight
  6. Which record in 1973 gave Wizzard its first UK number one? "See my Baby Jive"
  7. Which group had a UK hit in 1975 with "Walking in Rhythm"? The Blackbyrds.
  8. Who was "Torn Between Two Lovers" at the top of the US charts in 1977? Mary McGregor.
  9. Which band took "The Witch's Promise" into the UK top ten in 1970? Jethro Tull
  10. What colour was the guitar in the title of Justin Hayward & John Lodge's 1975 hit? Blue.
  11. According to the title of The Ramones hit of 1977, who was a punk rocker? "Sheena is a Punk Rocker".
  12. Who sang about a "Neanderthal Man" in the 1970 chart? Hotlegs
  13. Who took "Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me" into the UK top ten in 1974? Lena Zavaroni.
  14. Who were "Falling Apart at the Seams" in 1976? Marmalade.
  15. According to Ray Stevens US number one in 1970, what is beautiful? Everything
  16. Who said "This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us" in 1974? Sparks.
  17. Whose party did Paul Nicholas sing about in 1977? Grandma's Party.
  18. Which nursery rhyme did Wings take to the 1972 charts? Mary had a Little Lamb
  19. Who took "I Get a Kick Out of You" into the UK top ten in 1974? Gary Shearston.
  20. Who took "Pick up the Pieces" into the UK top ten in 1973? Hudson-Ford

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