Billboard number one songs of the 70s

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The 70s era produced great music. Artists really had to be able to “sing” to get a recording contract. They had to be able to perform live and exhibit raw talent, whether singing or dancing, or both. “Billboard #1s: The ‘70s” is a two CD set featuring songs that made it to number one on the Billboard charts in the 70s. Although some of my favorite artists are excluded from this collection, it represents a wide selection of material. Some of my favorites are “Your so vain” by Carly Simon, “Good Times” by Chic, “Bad Girls” by Donna Summer and “Heart of Glass” by Blondie. Whether you grew up listening to these songs, or are just curious to listen to music from another era, this album is worth a listen.

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