It’s time for your ’70s on 7 American Top 40 Countdown! Let’s get into our time machines and go way back to October 9, 1971 when Cher and the Rolling Stones topped the charts, followed by The Allman Brothers and Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On. Let’s, shall we?

40: Touch Me In The Morning – Diana Ross
39: You’ve Never Been This Far Before – Conway Twitty
38: Brother Louie – Stories
37: The Love I Lost – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
36: Let Me In – Osmonds
35: Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose – Tony Orlando & Dawn
34: Get It Together – Jackson Five
33: Jesse – Roberta Flack
32: Funky Stuff – Kool & The Gang
31: Top Of The World – Carpenters
30: We May Never Pass This Way Again – Seals & Crofts
29: Photograph – Ringo Starr
28: Just You And Me – Chicago
27: Summer (The First Time) – Bobby Goldsboro
26: You’re A Special Part Of Me – Marvin Gaye And Diana Ross
25: Hurts So Good – Millie Jackson
24: Delta Dawn – Helen Reddy
23: Rocky Mountain Way – Joe Walsh
22: I Got A Name – Jim Croce
21: Why Me – Kris Kristofferson
20: Space Race – Billy Preston
19: My Maria – B.W. Stevenson
18: China Grove – Doobie Brothers
17: Free Ride – Edgar Winter Group
16: Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door – Bob Dylan
15: Basketball Jones – Cheech & Chong
14: Loves Me Like A Rock – Paul Simon
13: All I Know – Art Garfunkel
12: We’re An American Band – Grand Funk
11: Yes We Can Can – Pointer Sisters
10: Paper Roses – Marie Osmond
9: Heartbeat – Its A Lovebeat – Di Franco Family
8: Higher Ground – Stevie Wonder
7: Keep On Truckin’ – Eddie Kendricks
6: That Lady (Part 1) – Isley Brothers
5: Midnight Train To Georgia – Gladys Knight & The Pips
4: Let’s Get It On – Marvin Gaye
3: Ramblin’ Man – Allman Brothers Band
2: Half-Breed – Cher
1: Angie – Rolling Stones

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