Go set charts 1970

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The following lists the top 25 (end of year) charting singles on the Australian Singles Charts, for "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)", Edison Lighthouse, 2 Official record chart keeping in Australia: Go-Set Top 40 (1966– 1974): Kent Music Report (1974–1998; 1940–2007 retrospect): ARIA Charts ( 1988–present)  From March 1966 Go-Set published radio station weekly album chart on 23 May 1970. 11.4.1970 - 18.4.1970, 2 weeks, LOVE GROWS (WHERE MY ROSEMARY GOES ), Edison Lighthouse. 25.4.1970 - 23.5.1970, 5 weeks, LET IT BE, The Beatles. 1. LET IT BE, The Beatles. 2. BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER, Simon And   The following chart was compiled for the country's national music magazine, Go- Set, using a combination of sales and regional charts. I have included summaries   Here is the Australian Singles Chart for 1970 based on sales. by Fielding & Dyer, it is also available on 'A Decade Of Classic Australian Hits' 3CD set, its showing as still available. Did they go Overseas, or went on to form another Band?

Go-Set vitals: Top 40 charting period: 25 Sep 1971 to 29 Jan 1972 (18 weeks total, 8 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 5 (achieved 20 Nov 1971, for 2 weeks).

From March 1966 Go-Set published radio station weekly album chart on 23 May 1970. 11.4.1970 - 18.4.1970, 2 weeks, LOVE GROWS (WHERE MY ROSEMARY GOES ), Edison Lighthouse. 25.4.1970 - 23.5.1970, 5 weeks, LET IT BE, The Beatles. 1. LET IT BE, The Beatles. 2. BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER, Simon And   The following chart was compiled for the country's national music magazine, Go- Set, using a combination of sales and regional charts. I have included summaries  

1. LET IT BE, The Beatles. 2. BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER, Simon And  

Another quizzical year end chart by the team at Go-Set magazine. This chart represents the "official" top 40 songs of 1968 in Australia, though I would love an explanation of how a song ("Hey Jude", #23), which spent 11 weeks at #1 nationally, more than double any other hit, could not crack the annual top 20, let alone rank as the year's biggest hit! Oh well, I've heard the drugs were pretty Zoot were a pop rock band formed in Adelaide, South Australia in 1964 as Down the Line. They changed their name to Zoot in 1967 and by 1968 had relocated to Melbourne. They had a top five hit on the Go-Set national singles chart with a heavy rock cover of The Beatles' ballad "Eleanor Rigby" released in 1970; but they disbanded in May 1971. The Bangkok SET Index is a capitalization-weighted index of stocks traded on the Stock Exchange of Thailand. The index was developed with a base value of 100 as of April 30, 1975.

From March 1966 Go-Set published radio station weekly album chart on 23 May 1970.

Go-Set vitals: Charting period: 13 Dec 1967 to 22 May 1968 (24 weeks total, 14 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 1 (achieved 31 Jan 1968, for 5 weeks). 2: 2. Lulu To Sir With Love / Let's Pretend (1967) [Single] Aus: Columbia (EMI) DO-5015 Go-Set vitals: Charting period: 22 Nov 1967 to 10 Jul 1968 (34 weeks total). The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.com/business. To simplify subscriber access, we have temporarily disabled the password requirement. Looking back at the 1970s, it often seems that times were simpler then. No one was tethered to a cell phone or computer and kids still went outside to play after school. Prices, of course, were a lot lower in the 1970s as well, thanks to a lower cost of living. Of course, everything is relative, as they say.

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1970's Pop Music Charts, find a song, the entire decade of weekly charts Find Weekly Pop Top 20 Countdowns Every weekly music chart for the entire 70's decade is one click away. Charting period: 25 Jan 1967 to 17 May 1967 (17 weeks total, 10 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 1 (achieved 22 Feb 1967, for 5 weeks). Charting period: 25 Jan 1967 to 17 May 1967 (17 weeks total, 10 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 1 (achieved 22 Feb 1967, for 5 weeks). Go-Set vitals: Top 40 charting period: 25 Sep 1971 to 29 Jan 1972 (18 weeks total, 8 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 5 (achieved 20 Nov 1971, for 2 weeks). 6.1.1973 - 13.1.1973: 2 weeks: BABY DON'T GET HOOKED ON ME: Mac Davis: 20.1.1973 - 24.2.1973: 6 weeks: BEN: Michael Jackson: 3.3.1973 - 14.4.1973: 7 weeks: YOU'RE SO No year end top 40 was published for 1974 in Go-Set, as publication ceased in August 1974. Go-Set vitals: Charting period: 13 Dec 1967 to 22 May 1968 (24 weeks total, 14 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 1 (achieved 31 Jan 1968, for 5 weeks). 2: 2. Lulu To Sir With Love / Let's Pretend (1967) [Single] Aus: Columbia (EMI) DO-5015 Go-Set vitals: Charting period: 22 Nov 1967 to 10 Jul 1968 (34 weeks total).

First Go-Set album chart 23.5.1970. 23 May 1970. 8 August 1970. 24 October 1970. 30 May 1970. 15 August 1970. 31 October 1970. 6 June 1970. 22 August 1970. 7 November 1970. 13 June 1970 Charts calculated by Go-Set magazine's chart compiler, Ed Nimmervoll, in 1970 Go-Set cover this week These charts are copied from the original charts as printed in Go-Set, although efforts have been made to correct mistakes, some minor errors in the chart data as originally published may remain. Charts calculated by Go-Set magazine's chart compiler, Ed Nimmervoll, in 1970 These charts are copied from the original charts as printed in Go-Set, although efforts have been made to correct mistakes, The Rhythm of Life is credited as the hit side on this chart. Go-Set vitals: Charting period: 11 Jul 1970 to 14 Nov 1970 (19 weeks total, 10 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 7 (achieved 1 Aug 1970, for 2 weeks). Major Australian cities: Sydney: Peak 2 Weeks 19 Melbourne: Peak 4 Weeks 16 Brisbane: Peak 2 Weeks 16 Adelaide: Peak 1 Weeks 11: 24: 24. 1970's Pop Music Charts, find a song, the entire decade of weekly charts Find Weekly Pop Top 20 Countdowns Every weekly music chart for the entire 70's decade is one click away. Charting period: 25 Jan 1967 to 17 May 1967 (17 weeks total, 10 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 1 (achieved 22 Feb 1967, for 5 weeks). Charting period: 25 Jan 1967 to 17 May 1967 (17 weeks total, 10 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 1 (achieved 22 Feb 1967, for 5 weeks). Go-Set vitals: Top 40 charting period: 25 Sep 1971 to 29 Jan 1972 (18 weeks total, 8 weeks in the top 10). Peak position: 5 (achieved 20 Nov 1971, for 2 weeks).