Top Songs of 1971 | #1s Official UK Singles Chart

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  • Published on:  Thursday, March 14, 2019
  • This video presents all songs that hit number one on the Official UK Singles Chart in 1971, listed chronologically.

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  • Molina Long
    Molina Long  6 months ago +3

    Number one in USA in 1971
    They are
    Brown sugar by Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones
    Brand New key by Melanie
    My sweet lord by George Harrison
    One bad apple by the Osmonds

  • Molina Long
    Molina Long  6 months ago +2

    Brand new tv shows for After Right 1971 is 1972
    They Are
    The Bob Newhart Show with Bob Newhart
    Sanford and son with Redd Foxx
    Maude with Beatrice Arthur
    The rookies with Kate Jackson

  • Molina Long
    Molina Long  6 months ago +2

    Who on The TV in 1971
    They Are
    The partridge family with David Cassidy- season 2 in the fall
    Hawaii five o with Jack lord - season 4 in the fall
    The Mary Tyler Moore show with Mary Tyler Moore - season 2 in the fall
    The Brady Bunch with Florence Henderson - season 3- the fall
    The odd couple with Tony Randall - season 2 - the fall
    Ironside with Raymond burr
    Bonanza with Michael Landon
    Bewitched with Elizabeth Montgomery - the final Season

  • Molina Long
    Molina Long  6 months ago +2

    Brand new tv show in 1971 is All In The family with Sally Struthers

  • Jade Lauren
    Jade Lauren  6 months ago +1

    George Harrison 💖

  • Thania Hernandez
    Thania Hernandez  6 months ago +1

    The UK had some very good music this year. This is when the country's musical style started moving on from the sixties, starting off the glam rock music which dominated the charts for the first half of the decade. My personal favorites are Get It On, which is without a doubt one of the best UK hits of the seventies, Hot Love, and Baby Jump. Heads up to Diana Ross for getting a chart topper as well, although I'm not if I've heard I'm Still Waiting before. The worst sing is probably Granddad, which seems more catered towards children than the average music listener. I've seen parts of The Benny Hill Show before through local US programming, so while I like that show, I'm not sure if a comedic monologue (if that's the right word for what that was) belongs on the charts. It's certainly not something we hear in my neck of the woods.

  • Trami Nguyen
    Trami Nguyen  6 months ago

    That was for 48-years ago!

  • Carola Pinkert
    Carola Pinkert  6 months ago +1

    At this time i was 4 😁