Hot Country Songs is a chart that ranks the top-performing country music songs in the United States, published by Billboard magazine. In 1975, 43 different singles topped the chart, at the time published under the title Hot Country Singles, in 52 issues of the magazine.
Keep Movin' On is the eighteenth studio album by American country singer Merle Haggard and The Strangers released in 1975. It reached number one on the Billboard country albums chart. "Movin' On" was a full-length version of a song Haggard recorded as the theme song to the TV series Movin' On .
1 ^ No. 1 song of the year, as determined by Billboard. 2 ^ Song dropped from No. 1 and later returned to top spot. A ^ First Billboard No. 1 hit for that artist.
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"The Sound" appeared on numerous year-end and decade-end lists, including NME, Pitchfork and Time, among others. Commercially, the song peaked at number 15 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the band's highest-charting release on the chart at the time.
"The Hustle" is a disco song by songwriter/arranger Van McCoy and the Soul City Symphony. It went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Soul Singles charts during the summer of 1975.  It also peaked at No. 9 on the Australian Singles Chart (Kent Music Report) and No. 3 in the UK.
Their first release as The Hudson Brothers came in September 1974 with their single "So You Are a Star" on Casablanca Records (NES 0108), which peaked on the Billboard charts at #21 in November 1974. The group's second studio album, Totally Out of Control (1974), was released through The Rocket Record Company, and charted at #179 on the ...
Year Title Label/Catalog # Billboard Albums R&B Albums 1974: Inner Spectrum: Atlantic SD 7299-28 1975: Low Rent Rendezvous: Atlantic SD 18143: 138: 35 1976: Just Like in the Movies: Atlantic SD 18185--
Angelyne (born Ronia Tamar Goldberg, October 2, 1950) is an American singer, actress, personality and model who came to prominence in 1984 after the appearance of a series of iconic billboards in and around Los Angeles, California which read only "Angelyne" and pictured her posing suggestively.
"The Way We Were" departed Billboard ' s Hot 100 on April 27 at the position of number 53; in total, it spent 23 consecutive weeks among the chart's ranking. On the Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1974 list, the single also topped the chart on the list of the year's 100 highest-ranking songs.