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Best Songs of 1976

Updated on April 26, 2008

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Silly Love Songs by Paul McCartney and Wings - Best Song of 1976 (According to Sales Charts)
Silly Love Songs by Paul McCartney and Wings - Best Song of 1976 (According to Sales Charts)

Songs of the 70s - Best Songs of 1976

Popular 70s songs were starting to become heavily influenced by funk and disco by 1976. Some of the top ten songs of 1976 were disco songs. These disco songs have become classic songs of the 70s. They are Disco Lady by Johnnie Taylor and the classic disco hit song, A Fifth of Beethoven. Elton John scored another top ten song with the hit duet with Kiki Dee called Don't Go Breaking My Heart. Paul McCartney and Wings had the number one song of 1976 with the mellow Silly Love Songs.

Best Songs of 1976 - #1 Silly Love Songs by Paul McCartney and Wings

Best Songs of 1976 -#2 Hit Song - Don't Go Breaking My Heart by Elton John and Kiki Dee

Best Songs of 1976 - #3 Disco Lady by Johnnie Taylor

Best Songs of 1976 - #4 December 1963 (Oh What a Night) by Four Seasons

Best Songs of 1976 -#5 Play That Funky Music by Wild Cherry

Best Songs of 1976 - #6 Song - Kiss and Say Goodbye by The Manhattans

Best Songs of 1976 - #7 Hit Song - Love Machine by The Miracles

Best Songs of 1976 - #8 Song Hit - 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover by Paul Simon

Best Songs of 1976 - #9 Song - Love Is Alive by Gary Wright

Best Songs of 1976 - #10 Song Hit - A Fifth of Beethoven by Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band

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      Patrick Steele 

      8 years ago

      Very helpful & definitely a blast from my Past

    • xtnshun profile image

      xtnshun 

      10 years ago from Reston, VA

      I'm so old, I'm so old! Great hub.

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      Angela Harris 

      10 years ago from Around the USA

      DJ Funktual, wow, 4 days. Maybe they would be better shorter, I don't know. For you, definitely. I have found that my Road Trip Songs is becoming very loonng, and I don't want people to click away just because of that.

      I'm curious about the 450 Greatest Songs of the 90s. I'm not a big 90s music fan, so we'll see.

      Sorry about the emails. Yes, the hubs would definitely be better spread out. Good point. I will keep that in mind.

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      DJ Funktual 

      10 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      Oh yeah. To get something like the 450 songs of the 80s finished took about 4 days of research and editing.

      p.s. THE 450 GREATEST SONGS OF THE 90s comes out tonight at 8pm.

      p.s. I got a lot of emails regarding all these HUBs you published today.

      Don't you find it's better to spread them out?

      Ex. If I got just one email I would go visit it right away. But when I get 5 in 5 minutes I just think it's a spammer. YOU ARE NOT A SPAMMER. so FYI! I think spacing them gives people time to miss you, which I'm finding is also important.

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      Angela Harris 

      10 years ago from Around the USA

      DJ Funktual, yeah, I have been to 100 Worst Songs of All Time. I thought I commented, but maybe not? I was upset at your #1 choice, but hey, we can agree to disagree. ;-)

      Thanks for the compliment. I really enjoy your music Hubs as well. I don't think that they're too long. Like you, I am trying to think of better ways to organize some of them. These songs Hubs can be time consuming, can't they?

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      DJ Funktual 

      10 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      I love these videos Angela. You make great little HUbs.

      Mine are always too long.

      Comment: Have you been to the 100 Worst Songs of All-Time HUB?

      b/c #5 on your list is #1!! Worst song ever.

      Just curious if you saw it or not.

      Keep up the great videos cause I love em

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      Angela Harris 

      10 years ago from Around the USA

      Lounn, I agree 100% with that assessment of these 70s songs. And even though it is called Disco Lady, Johnnie Taylor's song is very funky and cool to me.

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      IĆ°unn 

      10 years ago

      lol, I SO remember these too. the first couple I hated even then but the last two remain gold. :)

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