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Number ones of 1976

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Date Song Title Artiste Weeks on UK Chart
29th November 1975 Bohemian rhapsody Queen 17
31st January Mamma Mia ABBA 14
14th February Forever and Ever Slick 9

21st February

December 1963

Four Seasons

10

6th March

I Love to love

Tina Charles

12

27th March

Save your kisses for me

Brotherhood of man

16

8th May

Fernando

ABBA

15

5th June

No charge

J.J Barie

11

12th June

Combine Harvester

Wurzels

13

26th June

You to me are everything

Real Thing

11

17th July

The Roussos Phenomenon

Demis Roussos

12

24th July

Don't Go Breaking My Heart

Elton John/ Kiki Dee

14

4th September

Dancing Queen

ABBA

15

16th October

Mississippi

Pussycat

22

13th November

If you leave me now

Chicago

16

4th December

Under the moon of love

Showaddywaddy

15

25th December

When a child is born

Johnny Mathis

12

The first number one of 1976 made it back to the top of the charts in the 90s and will probably still be played 100 years from now. In February 1976 Slick with Midge Ure got to top for one week. The Real things 'you to me are everything' is a perfect example of a classic soul disco track.

The number one chart music of 1976 also had some stand out 70s party classics such as Mama Mai, I Love to Love, Oh what a night and the essential family party tune Dancing Queen which Wedding DJs everywhere are obliged to play. We also had a rare record at the top of the charts in 1976, this was 'Save all your kisses for me' and it was rare because it won the Euro Vision song contest. The two boy two girl line up of the band was the same as ABBA who won the Eurovison in 1974. With a nifty little dance to accompany the track and a little joke at the end, the girl who is being asked to save all her kisses, was only three. Save all your kisses was a huge number one record around the world.

We are not that keen on the novelty stuff such as the Wurzels, the overly sentimental 'No charge' or the high pitched warbling's from Demis Roussos but a Christmas classic from Johnny Mathis rounded of the year nicely.

70s DJs in north London with the top pop and number one records from 1976.