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It's Too Late

'It's Too Late' gave songwriter Carole King, from Brooklyn, lIer second UK chan hit, one thot reached sixth position in the summer of 1971. As well as her own hit records, Corole penned many successful songs (or mony of the major populor singers of the time, including Bobby Vee, Dusty Springfield and Tony Orlando.

Music by Carole King. Words by Toni Stern.

© Copyright 1970 Screen-Gems/EMI Music Incorporated. USA Screen.Gems/EMI Music Publishing limited. 127 Charln, Cross R.oad. London Wel.

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Judy Collins, the Denver, Colorado folk singer, took 'Amazing Grace' to No.5 in the British charts in 1971. A year later an alternative recording did even better.

The Pipes and Drums of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards enjoyed five weeks at No. / , and was the to/> UK record

of the year.

Traditional, adapted by Judy Collins.

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-6' _6' The Beatles wrote so many wonderful songs that there just wasn't time to issue off the potential hits as singles performed by the group. As a result it was British Singer Roy Morgan who was lucky enough to enjoy chart success with

the superb late period song

The Long And Winding Rood'.

The Long And Winding Road

Words & Music by John Lennon & Paul McCartney.

© Copyright 1970 Northern Songs.

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Don Mclean's (irst No. I in the UK charts was his second hit in Britain. 'Vincent', was a tribute to the painter Van Gogh that topped the charts for two weeks in early 1972. The song reached No. 12

in America. McLean both wrote

and performed the song.

Words & Music by Don McLean.

o Copyrilht 1971,1972 by Mayday Music Incorporated. Benny Bird MusIC.

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Bill Withers came to professional singing and songwriting late, atter a career in the US Navy and in computers. His first record album included the memorable 'Ain't No Sunshine', a song its composer took to No,3 in America in 197 I. It attracted the interest of Michael Jackson whose own version reached No.8 in Britain.

Ain't No Sunshine

Words & Music by Bill Withers.

o Copyright /971 Interior Music Incorporated. USA.

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'I'd Uke To Teach The World To Sing' began as a paean of praise to the world's most popular soft drink and ended up as a chart topper for The New Seekers.

The song, which originally started life under the title 'True Love And Apple Pie', was the UK's best selling single of the year. It stayed at the top of the charts for

four weeks in I 972.

I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing

Words & Music by Roger Cook. Roger Greenaway. Billy Backer & Billy Davis.

ClCopyrlght 1971 b1 The Coca Cola Company

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Words & Music by Gavin Sutherland.

C Copyright 1972 by Island Music limited, London W6. All Rights Reserved. International Copyriglu Secured.

A television documentary series about life in today's Royal Navy used Rod Stewart's recording of

Gavin Sutherland's folkish ballad 'Soiling:

The year was 1975, the season, Autumn and the position - No.1 for 4 weeks.

A year later, the song was back up to No.3. In 1987 it reached No.4 I.

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Michael Cassavitis) found chart success as a member of the group Dawn. Together they enjoyed many hits. Their second No. I was based on the true story of a prisoner in Florida. Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree' topped the charts here and in America in the spring of 1973.

Words & Music by Irwin Levine & L. Russell Brown.

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Roberta Flack, from North Carolina. made this delightful song her own and it reached No. I in America. SUJying there for five weeks in Spring 1973. and charting No.6 in 8rita;n.

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Words by Norman Gimbel.

Music by Charles Fox.

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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Words & Music by Elton John & Bernie Taupin.

Reginald Dwight, (rom Pinner, Middlesex, is one of the top ranking international pop artists of all time.

As Elton John he became a major sinierlpianist with heaps of hits to his credit, mostly written with his long-time lyricist Bernie Toupin. 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' (a reference to Dorothy's journey to visit the Wizard of Oz) reached second position in the American charts, sixth in the British, in 1973.

© Copyri,ht 1973 Drckjames Music limited. -47 British Grove. london W-t.

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The Stylistics epitomised the oh-so-smooth Philadelphia sound. Russell Thompkins' distinctive lead vocals helped the group achieve a chain of successes - including 'Let's Put It All Together' which reached the Top Ten in Britain in the winter of 1974.

Let's Put ItAl1 Together

Words & Music by Hugo Perreti, Luigi Creatore, & George David Weiss.

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By Morris Albert & louis Gaste.

As 'Dime', the song was a huge hit in South America. Translated into English, 'Feelings', sung by Brazilian pop singer Morris Albert, reached the Top Ten in both Britain (No.4) and the United States (No.6) in Autumn 1975. Albert wrote the song with Louis Goste.

o Copyright 1989 Editora AUJUsta ltda., Brazil & loving Guitar Music Incorporated.

Aullfled to BlKks Music limited, I~ Farm Place. london we 7SX for the territory of the UK a Eire.

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Although the Philadelphia-based Stylistics had enjoyed a string of Top Ten hits in Britain from 1972, their first and only No.1 came in 1975 with 'Con't Give You Anything (But My Love)' which enjoyed three weeks at the top. The writers were the experienced team of Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George Weiss.

Can't Give You Anything (But My Love)

Words & Music by Hugo Peretti. Luigi Creatore & George David Weiss.

© Copyright 1975 Music Sales Corporation. USA

Campbell Connelly & Company limited, 8/9 Frith Street, London W IV STZ.

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Can't Smile Without You

Although composer/arranger/producer &lrry Manilow has only had one UK Top Ten hit, this wasn't it In America, however, 'Can't Smile Without You' was his seventh Top Ten hit, in Spring 1978, and it reached third place. At that time in his career, the Brooklyn-bom singer was largely relying on other writers' songs - in this case the work of Chris Arnold.

David Martin and Geoff Morrow.

Words & Music by Chris Arnold, David Martin & Geoff Morrow.

e Coprright 1975 for tfle World by DlckJames Music limited. 47 British Grove, london W4.

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Paul McCartney not only moved his family to live in Northern Scotland, but together with Denny Laine.

a member of his band Wings.

he penned a wonderful tribute to 'Mull Of Kintyre' that enjoyed nine weeks at the top of the British

charts in 1977 and 1978. It was the all-time top selling single at that time.

Mull Of Kintyre

Words & Music by McCartney & Laine.

C Copyricht 1977 by MPL Communlcadcns limited. Administered by MPL Communkadonllimlted, by arrangement with ATV Music.

All Rights Reserved. International Copyright Secured.

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The Gibb Brothers - British born, Australian raised. are among the most successful singer-songwriters of our time. They wrote this song for Hawoiian singer Yvonne Elliman. but took 'How Deep Is Your Love' to the top of the US charts themselves. for a three-week stay in

late I 977. It reached third position

in Britain.

How Deep Is Your Love

Words & Music by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb & Maurice Gibb.

e Copyright 1977 Gibb Brothers Music.

All Rignts Reserved. International Copyright Secured.

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David Shire is ane of the most versatile of Hollywood and Broadway composers.

He worked on 'Saturday Night Fever'

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well as shows like Baby, Big and Closer Than Ever. Motown's Billy Preston, duetting with Syreeta, took With You I'm Bam Again' (written with Carol Conners) to second place in the British charts.

With You I'm Born Again

Words by Carol Conners. Music by David Shire.

o Copyright 1979 Check Out Music. Administered by Stone Diamond MU5k; Ccrpcrarlcn for the world,

Jobete Music (UK) limited. london We2 for the UK and Eire.

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