My Top Twenty 1970s Songs

Okay Hubbers, this is my top twenty 1970s songs, as you have all requested at least one of these songs, I am happy that with all your comments and emails I have put them together and made a top twenty like no other...

We have a great line up ahead so you know the drill, listen, vote and enjoy the music :)

Happy Listening :)

At Number One - The Ramones - Baby I Love You

At Number Two - Blondie - One Way Or Another

At Number Three - Rocky Horror - Eddie's Teddy

At Number Four- The Village People - In The Navy

At Number Five - Alice Cooper - Schools Out

Which Of The Top Five Is Your Favourite?

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Hi Hubbers, here we are again first five songs are now complete so its time to vote for your favourite and move on to the next five :)

Hope Your Enjoying :)

At Number Six - Trex - Ride A White Swan

At Number Seven - Blondie - Sunday Girl

At Number Eight - Rocky Horror - In Just Seven Days

At Number Nine - Meatloaf - Bat Out Of Hell

At Number Ten - Village People - Go West

Which Of The Second Five Is Your Favourite?

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Okay our second five have now been played so, you know what to do vote for your favourite and move on down to the next five :)

Enjoy :)

At Number Eleven - Elton John & Kiki Dee - Dont Go Breaking My Heart

At Number Twelve - E.L.O - Livin Thing

At Number Thirteen - KISS- Rock & Roll All Night

At Number Fourteen - Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run

At Number Fifteen - Isaac Hayes - Shaft

Which Of The Third Five Is Your Favourite?

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The third five are now complete, its that time again - Come on cast your vote for your favourite and move on to the final five :)

At Number Sixteen - Abba - Chiquitita

At Number Seventeen - Slade - Come On Feel The Noise

At Number Eighteen - Showaddy Waddy - Under The Moon Of Love

At Number Nineteen - Rose Royce - Car Wash

At Number Twenty - Boney M - Daddy Cool

Which Of The Final Five Is Your Favourite?

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Well Guys & Gal's we have come to the end of the road of our top twenty songs, so its now time to vote for your favourite and if you have any more you think should be in a top ten or twenty then please do post them and we will make a part two :)

Thanks For Listening :)

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Poohgranma 4 years ago from On the edge

and just where are the Bee Gees? hummmm?


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calpol25 4 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner) Author

Lol I knew I had missed one - damn never mind I will use them for the top forty :)


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mistyhorizon2003 4 years ago from Guernsey (Channel Islands)

Voted in all but the third group (couldn't find any I knew/liked there). You missed Boney M's 'Rasputin' out, one of my top favourites :)


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Uninvited Writer 4 years ago from Kitchener, Ontario

What? No Donny Osmond, no David Cassidy, those I listened to in the early 70s?? It is amazing actually, I started out listening to that music and ended up listening to the Ramones and the Sex Pistols by the end of the decade.

Another great music hub


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calpol25 4 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner) Author

Hi Misty I could not decide which one to put on out of Boney M as there was so many to choose from :)

Hi UW - I am pleased you enjoyed them and thank you so much for commenting :)


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alian346 4 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland

More Deborah - you should have the whole of 'Parallel Lines' on here!

What about the Sex Pistols, Clash etc?

I know - everyone has opinions and there's sooooooooooooooo much to choose from!!

Ian.


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calpol25 4 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner) Author

Next week we shall do a top forty for each decade with the ones you mention and ask for added to the ones that win this week for you to decide again which is your favourite? :) xxx


lindaV 4 years ago

the 70`s my favourite music, enjoyed listening.


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calpol25 4 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner) Author

Hi linda V glad that you enjoyed hun there are so many more for you to listen too keep going :) xxxx


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Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

loved them all. Guess I am old. I even remember songs from the 60's. wow. Great hubs. Thumbs up!


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calpol25 4 years ago from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (At Home With My Wonderful Partner) Author

Thanks Michele always nice to hear from you, am so glad that you enjoyed them they were hard to choose as there are so many songs from these decades that did not make it, tahnks for commenting :)

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