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TOP OF THE POPS - VOL. 2 - 1971-74

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Top Of The Pops was a British pop music TV programme that highlighted the week's top 20 hit songs (by 1970 the top 30) on Thursday evenings. In the early days is was policy to delete old programmes, consequently the vast majority of the episodes prior to 1976 have been lost.

TOP OF THE POPS JUNE 17, 1971
U.K. TV. Jun-17-71. Presented by Jimmy Savile. The Sweet: "Co-Co." Peter Green: "Heavy Heart." Tami Lynn: "I'm Gonna Run Away From You." Southern Comfort: "I Sure Like Your Smile." Smokey Robinson and the Miracles: "I Don't Blame You At All." Three Dog Night: Joy to the World" (Danced by Pan's People). Julie Felix: "Moonlight." Mick Abrahams: "Why Do You Do Me This Way." Middle of the Road: "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep."

TOP OF THE POPS DECEMBER 20, 1973
U.K. TV. Dec-20-73. Presented by Jimmy Savile. Rod Stewart - The Faces: "Pool Hall Richard." The New Seekers: "You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me." Golden Earring: "Radar Love." Roy Wood: "Forever." Robert Knight: "Love on a Mountain Top (Danced by Pan's People). Wizzard: "I Wish it Could be Christmas Every Day." Clifford T. Ward: "Scullery." Slade: "Merry Xmas Everybody."

TOP OF THE POPS MAY 2, 1974
U.K. TV. May-2-74. Presented by Jimmy Savile. Bay City Rollers: "Shang A Lang." Limmie & the Family Cooking: "Walking Miracle." Alvin Stardust: "Red Dress." The Osmonds: "I Can't Stop (Pan's People)." Stevie Wonder: "He's Mistra Know It All." Wizzard: "Rock 'n' Roll Winter. Jim Stafford: "Spiders And Snakes." The Stylistics: "Only For The Children." Abba: "Waterloo."


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