|W/E||Artist||Song||Weeks at No.1||Comments|
I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
First UK No 1 for this band, formed by a member of the Seekers with a song that started as a Coca Cola TV advert.
3rd UK No. 1 and their first hit for the glam rockers' new record company, from their album "Slider".
Son Of My Father
Written by Giorgio Moroder. This was the first No 1 to feature a Moog Synthesiser.
Suicide inspired song written by two members of Badfinger, who both later committed suicide.
The Pipes & Drums & Military Band of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
The old favourite traditional hymn as played by this Scottish military bagpipe band. It was the best-selling single of the year but remained their only UK No 1.
A 4th and final No 1 for Marc Bolan who continued to chart regularly over the next couple of years.
First UK No 1 with this song about Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh. McLean's best known song, the classic, "American Pie" only ever reached No 2 for him.
Take Me Back 'ome
2nd UK No 1 for the Midlands glam rockers featuring Noddy Holder on vocals.
First UK No 1 for a member of the squeaky clean family act from Utah with a song written by Paul Anka.
Only ever UK No 1 for shock rocker Alice Cooper with this School Disco classic.
You Wear It Well
|2nd UK No 1 for "Rod the Mod" with this old favourite.|
Mama were all crazee now
|A 3rd UK No 1 for the Wolverhampton boys who were on a roll of chart successes.|
How Can I Be Sure
|First UK No 1 for this star of US TV series the Partridge Family. His solo career was more successful in the UK than at home.|
Mouldy Old Dough
|Only ever UK No 1 for this Coventry based group which included a mother and son in the line up.|
|First UK No 1 for this Irishman who dressed as a 1920s worker in flat cap, braces and baggy trousers.|
|Respected pioneer of R&B and rock 'n' roll, whose only UK No 1 was this live, innuendo-laden novelty song.|
Little Jimmy Osmond
Long Haired Lover From Liverpool
|Osmond family member with an Xmas novelty song, and who at the age of 9 became the youngest chart topper ever.|