Seventies Music Charts No1s of 1975 (US) MAR

Here are all the No1 records from the year 1975 from the US charts of that year. It really is a who's who of 70s music, and turn it up really loud and enjoy. We continue with March of that year.

MARCH

Have You Never Been Mellow by Olivia Newton John

From the album of the same name, and won Olivia a Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, but although released as a single in the UK it never reached the charts. The song was written by John Farrer who was once a member of the Shadows.

Olivia  was also in a film this year called "The Other Side Of The Mountain", all about a female skiing champion is paralyzed in a tragic skiing accident. Her girlfriend is taken out of competition when she contracts polio.

Of course in 70s music Olivia would have a lot more hits on the way.
Lyrics to "Have You Never Been Mellow"





Black Water by Doobie Brothers
This group has sold over 30 million records and in this year they were in a "Stampede", that being a name of the tour, however Tom Johnston the lead vocalist was taken ill, and Michael McDonlald took his place on the tour ,and later joined the group full time.

My Eyes Adored You by Frankie Valli
It was originally called "Blue Eyes In Georgia", and written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan and was a hit in 1974 for the Four Seasons.

Lovin' You by Minnie Riperton
A beautiful classic from the Chigaco born who sang backing for Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Etta James and Bo Diddley. The song was a worldwide hit came from the album "Perfect Angel". The single was a song inspired by Minnie's daughter, and in the unedited version Minnie uses her name at the end of the track.
Minnie in the next year was diagnosed with breast cancer, and died in 1979, at the age of 32.

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