1970s Songs - Top Hit Songs of 1971

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70's Songs - Song Hits of 1971

1971 music was a little tame, but it still had its share of funk and hard rock. The Osmonds were hot in 1971. Between them and their brother Donny, they had 2 of the top ten songs for 1971, One Bad Apple and Go Away, Little Girl.

Watch these 70s songs on video and refresh your memory. Most of these 70s songs are performed live. Enjoy your trip down 70s music memory lane.

70s Songs - 1971 Songs - #1 Song Joy to the World by Three Dog Night

70s Songs of 1971 - #2 1971 Song Maggie May by Rod Stewart

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70s Songs of 1971 - #3 1971 Song It's Too Late by Carole King

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70s Songs of 1971 - #4 1971 Song One Bad Apple by The Osmonds

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70s Songs of 1971 - #5 Song Hit of 1971 How Can You Mend a Broken Heart by The Bee Gees

70s Songs - #6 1971 Song Hit - Knock Three Times by Dawn

70s Songs - #7 1971 Song - Brand New Key by Melanie

70s Songs - #8 1971 Song Hit Go Away Little Girl by Donny Osmond

70s Songs - #9 1971 Song Hit Family Affair by Sly and the Family Stone

70s Songs - #10 1971 Song Hit Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves by Cher

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Iðunn 8 years ago

I remember all of these. I used to have an 8 track of the Osmonds. :p


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Angela Harris 8 years ago from Around the USA Author

Yeah, I was so in love with Donny Osmond. And he still looks pretty good. I bought every Osmonds or Donny Osmond 45 single record that came out because I could only afford one song at a time. LOL


Iðunn 8 years ago

he was ok, but my big heartthrob was David Cassidy. I watched the Partridge Family religiously. I had posters of him (including the ones that used to come folded up in the albums) all over my walls.

I remember 45s too. I think we really had the good old days. Kids now are missing out, it was all so innocent and fun then.


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rogue nestling 8 years ago

Lol!

I used to play Donny and Marie with my neighbor as a kid. Nobody has a smile like Donny!

I preferred Shaun Cassidy over David Cassidy, though.

"I remember 45s too. I think we really had the good old days. Kids now are missing out, it was all so innocent and fun then."

Yeah, your kids could sing with the radio and not say something that would embarrass their grandparents.

Damn, I'm old. :(


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Angela Harris 8 years ago from Around the USA Author

What fun reminiscing, Lounn and Rogue Nestling. Wasn't the Partridge Family van cool? And I also liked David's little (half?) brother, Shaun Cassidy. Remember Da Doo Ron Ron? I had that 45, too. Ahhh, the 70s, I miss them.


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DJ Funktual 8 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

WHOAHHHH!!! That was funkin awesome woman!

IMPORTANT QUESTION: EVERY TIME I read one of these I wonder what the criteria is. Are you following a billboard chart list or is this more opinion based? email me cause I need to know.

Re: the 10.

BAM BAM BAM! The first 3 are all home runs in my book and personify THAT YEAR.

SONG 4: Story - At the rehearsal dinner before my wedding I told my guests that once "I was searching for meaning in a song and so I went to the charts to find out the #1 song on the week that I was born. and it was......ONE BAD APPLE. "

The place full of Irishmen & lasses broke up laughing hysterically!

thanks for taking me back. :) Thumbs up too!

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