US Top 40 Singles Week Ending 3rd November, 1973

These are all the US Top 40 singles for the week ending November 3rd, 1973. Check out the top 100 artists of 1970s here. For the US 1973 Top 40 Singles, you can also view it here. gladys-knight-and-the-pips-midnight-train-to-georgia-buddah-4gladys-knight-and-the-pips-midnight-train-to-georgia-instrumental-buddah TW LW TITLE Artist (Label)-Weeks on Chart 1 1 MIDNIGHT TRAIN TO GEORGIA –•– Gladys Knight and the Pips (Buddah)-10 (2 weeks at #1) 2 2 ANGIE –•– The Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones)-9 3 5 KEEP ON TRUCKIN’ (Part 1) –•– Eddie Kendricks (Tamla)-11 4 3 HALF-BREED –•– Cher (MCA)-14 5 7 PAPER ROSES –•– Marie Osmond (MGM / Kolob)-8 6 8 HEARTBEAT-IT’S A LOVEBEAT –•– The DeFranco Family Featuring Tony DeFranco (20th Century)-9 7 4 RAMBLIN MAN –•– The Allman Brothers Band (Capricorn)-11 8 6 LET’S GET IT ON –•– Marvin Gaye (Tamla)-17 9 15 SPACE RACE –•– Billy Preston (A&M)-7 10 11 ALL I KNOW –•– Garfunkel (Columbia)-8 11 18 PHOTOGRAPH –•– Ringo Starr (Apple)-5 12 12 KNOCKIN’ ON HEAVEN’S DOOR –•– Bob Dylan (Columbia)-10 13 23 TOP OF THE WORLD –•– The Carpenters (A&M)-5 14 9 THAT LADY (Part 1) –•– The Isley Brothers (T-Neck)-17 15 19 I GOT A NAME –•– Jim Croce (ABC)-5 16 10 HIGHER GROUND –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-12 17 22 JUST YOU ‘N’ ME –•– Chicago (Columbia)-6 18 20 YOU’RE A SPECIAL PART OF ME –•– Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye (Motown)-5 19 21 WHY ME –•– Kris Kristofferson (Monument)-31 20 13 YES WE CAN CAN –•– The Pointer Sisters (Blue Thumb)-12 21 17 BASKETBALL JONES FEATURING TYRONE SHOELACES –•– Cheech and Chong (Ode)-9 22 16 LOVES ME LIKE A ROCK –•– Paul Simon (with the Dixie Hummingbirds) (Columbia)-14 23 25 SUMMER (The First Time) –•– Bobby Goldsboro (United Artists)-11 24 32 THE LOVE I LOST (Part 1) –•– Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes (Phil. Intl.)-6 25 14 WE’RE AN AMERICAN BAND –•– Grand Funk (Capitol)-15 26 28 WE MAY NEVER PASS THIS WAY (Again) –•– Seals and Crofts (Warner Brothers)-7 27 24 HURTS SO GOOD –•– Millie Jackson (Spring)-9 28 26 MY MARIA –•– B.W. Stevenson (RCA)-15 29 38 CHEAPER TO KEEP HER –•– Johnnie Taylor (Stax)-4 30 36 NUTBUSH CITY LIMITS –•– Ike and Tina Turner (United Artists)-9 31 27 FREE RIDE –•– The Edgar Winter Group (Epic)-13 32 29 FUNKY STUFF –•– Kool and the Gang (De-Lite)-9 33 30 JESSE –•– Roberta Flack (Atlantic)-7 34 35 ECSTASY –•– The Ohio Players (Westbound)-13 35 40 THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL –•– Charlie Rich (Epic)-6 36 31 CHINA GROVE –•– The Doobie Brothers (Warner Brothers)-12 37 34 GET IT TOGETHER –•– Jackson 5 (Motown)-10 38 43 CHECK IT OUT –•– Tavares (Capitol)-7 39 33 ROCKY MOUNTAIN WAY –•– Joe Walsh (Dunhill)-13 40 62 GOODBYE YELLOW BRICK ROAD –•– Elton John (MCA)-2 OFF THE CHARTS 41 39 YOU’VE NEVER BEEN THIS FAR BEFORE –•– Conway Twitty (MCA)-13 42 37 DELTA DAWN –•– Helen Reddy (Capitol)-20 POWER PLAYS 43 49 OOH BABY –•– Gilbert O’Sullivan (MAM)-4 45 50 FRIENDS / CHAPEL OF LOVE –•– Bette Midler (Atlantic)-6 46 56 HELLO IT’S ME –•– Todd Rundgren (Bearsville)-5 49 57 SWEET UNDERSTANDING LOVE –•– The Four Tops (Dunhill)-4 50 76 IF YOU’RE READY (Come Go With Me) –•– The Staple Singers (Stax)-2 DEBUTS THIS WEEK 82 — COME GET TO THIS –•– Marvin Gaye (Tamla)-1 85 — MY MUSIC –•– Loggins and Messina (Columbia)-1 88 — SOME GUYS HAVE ALL THE LUCK –•– The Persuaders (Atco)-1 90 — LEAVE ME ALONE (Ruby Red Dress) –•– Helen Reddy (Capitol)-1 94 — I DON’T KNOW WHAT IT IS, BUT IT SURE IS FUNKY –•– Ripple (GRC)-1 96 — THERE AIN’T NO WAY / LOVE ME FOR WHAT I AM –•– Lobo (Big Tree)-1 97 — MY OLD SCHOOL –•– Steely Dan (ABC)-1 99 — VADO VIA –•– Drupi (A&M)-1 100 — PRETTY LADY –•– Lighthouse (Polydor)-1