US Top 40 Singles Week Ending 8th March, 1975

These are all the US Top 40 singles for the week ending March 8th, 1975. Check out the top 100 artists of 70s here. You can also view the entire 1975 chart here. olivia-newtonjohn-have-you-never-been-mellow-mcaolivia-newtonjohn-water-under-the-bridge-mca TW LW TITLE Aritist (Label)-Weeks on Chart 1 2 HAVE YOU NEVER BEEN MELLOW –•– Olivia Newton-John (MCA)-7 (1 week at #1) 2 3 BLACK WATER –•– The Doobie Brothers (Warner Brothers)-12 3 4 MY EYES ADORED YOU –•– Frankie Valli (Private Stock)-16 4 8 LADY MARMALADE (Voulez-Vous Coucher Avec Moi) –•– LaBelle (Epic)-10 5 6 LONELY PEOPLE –•– America (Warner Brothers)-11 6 10 LADY –•– Styx (Wooden Nickel)-13 7 1 BEST OF MY LOVE –•– The Eagles (Asylum)-15 8 22 LOVIN’ YOU –•– Minnie Riperton (Epic)-8 9 7 PICK UP THE PIECES –•– The Average White Band (AWB) (Atlantic)-14 10 11 CAN’T GET IT OUT OF MY HEAD –•– The Electric Light Orchestra (United Artists)-12 11 15 DON’T CALL US, WE’LL CALL YOU –•– Sugarloaf / Jerry Corbetta (Claridge)-14 12 12 I’M A WOMAN –•– Maria Muldaur (Reprise)-11 13 16 EXPRESS –•– B.T. Express (Roadshow)-7 14 14 ROLL ON DOWN THE HIGHWAY –•– Bachman-Turner Overdrive (Mercury)-8 15 17 POETRY MAN –•– Phoebe Snow (Shelter)-10 16 24 YOU ARE SO BEAUTIFUL / IT’S A SIN WHEN YOU LOVE SOMEBODY –•– Joe Cocker (A&M)-9 17 20 UP IN A PUFF OF SMOKE –•– Polly Brown (GTO)-10 18 21 TO THE DOOR OF THE SUN (Alle Porte Del Sole) –•– Al Martino (Capitol)-12 19 19 MOVIN’ ON –•– Bad Company (Swan Song)-8 20 23 MY BOY –•– Elvis Presley (RCA)-7 21 25 SAD SWEET DREAMER –•– Sweet Sensation (Pye)-9 22 26 I AM LOVE (Parts 1 & 2) –•– Jackson 5 (Motown)-8 23 27 SHAME, SHAME, SHAME –•– Shirley (and Company) (Vibration)-9 24 9 NIGHTINGALE –•– Carole King (Ode)-10 25 31 NO NO SONG / SNOOKEROO –•– Ringo Starr (Apple)-5 26 18 YOU’RE NO GOOD / I CAN’T HELP IT –•– Linda Ronstadt (Asylum)-13 27 36 (Hey Won’t You Play) ANOTHER SOMEBODY DONE SOMEBODY WRONG SONG –•– B.J. Thomas (ABC)-6 28 45 ONCE YOU GET STARTED –•– Rufus Featuring Chaka Kahn (ABC)-4 29 30 NEVER LET HER GO –•– David Gates (Elektra)-8 30 5 SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL –•– Grand Funk (Capitol)-13 31 38 CHEVY VAN –•– Sammy Johns (GRC)-6 32 39 EMOTION –•– Helen Reddy (Capitol)-5 33 41 HARRY TRUMAN –•– Chicago (Columbia)-3 34 34 I’VE BEEN THIS WAY BEFORE –•– Neil Diamond (Columbia)-6 35 40 PART OF THE PLAN –•– Dan Fogelberg (Epic)-6 36 47 EMMA –•– Hot Chocolate (Big Tree)-5 37 37 I GET LIFTED / I CAN’T LEAVE YOU ALONE –•– George McCrae (T.K.)-13 38 46 SUPERNATURAL THING (Part 1) –•– Ben E. King (Atlantic)-5 39 28 FIRE –•– The Ohio Players (Mercury)-13 40 48 BEFORE THE NEXT TEARDROP FALLS –•– Freddy Fender (ABC / Dot)-6 OFF THE CHARTS 44 29 SWEET SURRENDER –•– John Denver (RCA)-11 47 13 #9 DREAM –•– John Lennon (Apple)-12 50 35 BOOGIE ON REGGAE WOMAN –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-17 56 33 DOCTOR’S ORDERS –•– Carol Douglas (Midland International)-15 60 32 LOOK IN MY EYES PRETTY WOMAN –•– Tony Orlando and Dawn (Bell)-12 POWER PLAYS 41 50 GOOD TIMES, ROCK AND ROLL –•– Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids (Private Stock)-6 42 52 BUTTER BOY –•– Fanny (Casablanca)-6 43 53 THE SOUTH’S GONNA DO IT –•– The Charlie Daniels Band (Kama Sutra)-5 45 49 WOLF CREEK PASS –•– C.W. McCall (MGM)-6 46 56 WALKING IN RHYTHM –•– The Blackbyrds (Fantasy)-5 48 58 SATIN SOUL –•– The Love Unlimited Orchestra (20th Century)-5 49 51 MY ELUSIVE DREAMS –•– Charlie Rich (Epic)-6 DEBUTS THIS WEEK 53 — PHILADELPHIA FREEDOM –•– The Elton John Band (MCA)-1 74 — TANGLED UP IN BLUE –•– Bob Dylan (Columbia)-1 76 — WHAT AM I GONNA DO WITH YOU –•– Barry White (20th Century)-1 77 — LIVING A LITTLE, LAUGHING A LITTLE –•– The Spinners (Atlantic)-1 83 — WHO’S SORRY NOW –•– Marie Osmond (Kolob)-1 89 — HOW LONG –•– Ace (Anchor)-1 95 — SHAVING CREAM –•– Benny Bell (Paul Wynn) (Vanguard)-1 96 — LIVE YOUR LIFE BEFORE YOU DIE –•– The Pointer Sisters (ABC / Blue Thumb)-1 97 — SWING YOUR DADDY –•– Jim Gilstrap (Roxbury)-1 98 — EVERYBODY WANTS TO FIND A BLUEBIRD –•– Randy Edelman (20th Century)-1 99 — YOU’RE A PART OF ME –•– Susan Jacks (Mercury)-1 100 — BLACK SUPERMAN / MUHAMMAD ALI –•– Johnny Wakelin and the Kinshasa Band (Pye)-1