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1.

05/1975

333

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US

✫1
AC

✫1
country

4
UK

[Capitol 4095]
written by Larry Weiss

2.

11/1975

308

✫1
US

19
AC

✫1
country

2
UK

[novelty]
[MGM 14839]
written by C.W. McCall (as Bill Fries) & Chip Davis

3.

03/1975

Thank God I'm a Country Boy by John Denver

244

✫1
US

5
AC

✫1
country

[live]
[RCA Victor 10239]
written by John Sommers

4.

02/1975

242

✫1
US

✫1
AC

✫1
country

51
UK

[ABC 12054]
written by Larry Butler & Chips Moman

5.

01/1975

231

✫1
US

19
AC

✫1
country

[ABC/Dot 17540]
written by Vivian Keith & Ben Peters

6.

01/1975

224

✫1
US

✫1
AC

3
country

[MCA 40349]
written by John Farrar

7.

08/1975

212

✫1
US

✫1
AC

✫1
country

51
UK

[RCA Victor 10353]
written by John Denver

8.

09/1975

205

2
US

3
AC

8
country

23
UK

[Asylum 45279]
written by Don Henley & Glenn Frey

9.

04/1975

204

2
US

3
AC

✫1
country

[Capitol 4050]
written by Phil Everly

10.

03/1975

184

14
US

8
AC

3
country

2
UK

[Barnaby 614]
written by Erroll Garner & Johnny Burke

11.

06/1975

184

3
US

✫1
AC

5
country

[MCA 40418]
written by Bruce Welch & John Rostill

12.

02/1975

165

4
US

16
AC

✫1
country

[Capitol 4009]
written by Jessi Colter

13.

06/1975

133

8
US

9
AC

✫1
country

[ABC/Dot 17558]
written by Freddy Fender & Wayne Duncan

14.

02/1975

125

5
US

80
country

[MCA 53398]
written by Sammy Johns

15.

11/1975

109

11
US

✫1
AC

3
country

[Capitol 4155]
written by Dennis Lambert & Brian Potter

16.

09/1975

106

26
US

✫1
AC

33
country

10
UK

[Warner 8115]
written by George Baker

17.

12/1975

93

13
US

✫1
AC

12
country

backing vocals by Olivia Newton-John
[RCA Victor 10517]
written by John Denver

18.

02/1975

89

78
US

✫1
country

6
UK

[United Artists 584]
written by Roger Bowling

19.

09/1975

87

13
US

✫1
AC

19
country

[MCA 40459]
written by John Farrar

20.

05/1975

85

19
US

✫1
AC

3
country

[Epic 50103]
written by Charlie Rich & Billy Sherrill

21.

07/1975

82

21
US

12
AC

✫1
country

[Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs #302]
[Columbia 10176]
written by Fred Rose

22.

06/1975

77

14
US

33
AC

11
country

[ABC 12078]
written by Russell Smith

23.

12/1975

The White Knight by Cledus Maggard & the Citizen's Band

77

19
US

✫1
country

[Mercury 73751]
written by Jay Huguely

24.

10/1975

75

20
US

10
AC

✫1
country

#1 hit for Doris Day in 1954
[ABC/Dot 17585]
written by Sammy Fain & Paul Francis Webster

25.

12/1975

72

25
US

4
AC

11
country

42
UK

[Asylum 45295]
written by Smokey Robinson, Pete Moore (as Warren Moore) & Marv Tarplin (as Marvin Tarplin)

26.

12/1975

66

25
US

16
AC

✫1
country

[live]
[RCA Victor 10529]
written by Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson

27.

12/1975

63

30
US

✫1
AC

5
country

[MCA 40495]
written by Linda Hargrove, Bob Russell & Bobby Scott

28.

03/1975

58

26
US

✫1
AC

47
country

[Reprise 1328]
written by Gordon Lightfoot

29.

04/1975

53

37
US

7
AC

✫1
country

[MCA 40402]
written by Kenny O'Dell & Larry Henley

30.

05/1975

53

35
US

42
AC

11
country

31
UK

[RCA 10278]
written by Jerry Chesnut & Steve Tyrell

31.

06/1975

47

44
US

31
AC

71
country

18
UK

[MGM/Kolob 14807]
written by Hank Cochran

32.

09/1975

35

60
US

✫1
country

[RCA 10379]
written by Waylon Jennings

33.

02/1975

34

49
US

16
AC

3
country

[Epic 50064]
written by Billy Sherrill & Curly Putman

34.

04/1975

34

✫1
country

35
UK

[R]
[ABC/Dot 17550]
written by Wayland Holyfield

35.

10/1975

34

54
US

44
AC

2
country

[ABC/Dot 17584]
written by John Adrian

36.

01/1975

32

61
US

✫1
country

[MCA 40339]
written by Conway Twitty

37.

04/1975

29

67
US

2
country

[ABC/Dot 17549]
written by Myrna Smith & Margaret Lewis

38.

01/1975

28

35
AC

✫1
country

52
UK

[RCA Victor 10164]
written by Dolly Parton

39.

09/1975

28

65
US

5
AC

37
country

[ABC 12121]
written by Bobby Emmons

40.

03/1975

28

40
US

21
AC

29
country

[MGM/Kolob 14786]
written by Ted Snyder, Bert Kalmar & Harry Ruby

41.

12/1975

26

71
US

11
AC

10
country

[Epic 50182]
written by Buddy Johnson

42.

08/1975

26

63
US

4
country

[MCA 40407]
written by Conway Twitty

43.

09/1975

26

68
US

38
country

34
UK

[Barnaby 616]
written by Rudolf Friml, Herbert Stothart, Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II

44.

07/1975

26

58
US

4
country

[Reprise 1332]
written by Charlie Louvin & Ira Louvin

45.

10/1975

25

45
US

10
country

[GRT 031]
written by Ivory Joe Hunter

46.

04/1975

25

95
US

✫1
country

[Melodyland 6006]
written by T. G. Sheppard, Elroy Kahanek & Red Williams

47.

02/1975

24

70
US

5
country

[MCA 40358]
written by Lorene Allen, Don McHan & T. D. Boyless

48.

01/1975

23

87
US

14
AC

9
country

[Buddah 444]
written by Jim Weatherly

49.

05/1975

23

53
US

20
AC

31
country

[Columbia 10148]
written by Mac Davis

50.

06/1975

21

93
US

3
country

[Mercury 73687]
written by Don Reid

51.

11/1975

21

72
US

9
country

[ABC 12142]
written by Russell Smith (as Howard Russell Smith)

52.

08/1975

21

75
US

5
country

[Capitol 4087]
written by Jessi Colter

53.

08/1975

20

✫1
country

[RCA Victor 10361]
written by Jay Stevens

54.

10/1975

20

✫1
country

as Merle Haggard & the Strangers
[Capitol 4141]
written by Merle Haggard

55.

06/1975

20

✫1
country

[MCA 40420]
written by Troy Seals, Will Jennings & Don Goodman

56.

03/1975

20

✫1
country

[Playboy 6031]
written by George Jones

57.

08/1975

20

✫1
country

[ABC/Dot 17568]
written by Bob McDill

58.

11/1975

19

✫1
country

[MCA 40488]
written by Bill Anderson

59.

08/1975

19

✫1
country

[MCA 40444]
written by Peter Noah

60.

10/1975

19

✫1
country

[Mercury 73715]
written by Ben Peters

61.

08/1975

19

✫1
country

[RCA Victor 10344]
written by Bobby David & Jim Rushing

62.

07/1975

19

✫1
country

[RCA Victor 10335]
written by John Schweers

63.

05/1975

19

✫1
country

[MCA 40407]
written by Ron Peterson & Conway Twitty

64.

12/1975

19

✫1
country

[MCA 40492]
written by Earl Thomas Conley & Mary Larkin

65.

03/1975

19

✫1
country

[Epic 50075]
written by Dan Darst

66.

05/1975

19

✫1
country

[Mercury 73682]
written by Linda Hargrove

67.

02/1975

19

✫1
country

as Merle Haggard & the Strangers
[Capitol 4027]
written by Merle Haggard

68.

06/1975

19

105
US

2
country

[RCA Victor 10310]
written by Dolly Parton

69.

07/1975

19

47
US

20
AC

54
country

US B side to When Will I Be Loved
[Capitol 4050]
written by Paul Anka

70.

03/1975

19

✫1
country

[RCA Victor 10222]
written by Wayne Carson Thompson (as Wayne Carson)

71.

05/1975

19

✫1
country

as Merle Haggard & the Strangers
[Capitol 4085]
written by Merle Haggard

72.

02/1975

19

✫1
country

[Mercury 73659]
written by Larry Gatlin

73.

1975

19

8
AC

9
country

charted as It's Midnight / Promised Land in US AC charts
written by Billy Edd Wheeler & Jerry Chesnut

74.

1975

18

2
country

written by Waylon Jennings & Jack Clement

75.

06/1975

17

2
country

as Freddie Hart & the Heartbeats
[Capitol 4099]
written by Jack Grayson

76.

11/1975

17

2
country

[MCA 40484]
written by Lola Jean Dillon

77.

11/1975

The Blind Man in the Bleachers by Kenny Starr

17

2
country

[R]
[MCA 40474]
written by Sterling Whipple

78.

12/1975

17

2
country

[Columbia 10265]
written by Paul Craft

79.

09/1975

17

33
AC

4
country

[Epic 50142]
written by Ben Peters

80.

05/1975

15

3
country

[Capitol 4076]
written by Vince Matthews & Kent Westberry (as Kent Westbury)

81.

07/1975

The Biggest Parakeets in Town by Jud Strunk

15

50
US

51
country

[Melodyland 6015]
written by Charlie Drew & Jud Strunk

82.

03/1975

15

54
US

31
AC

69
country

[Columbia 10111]
written by Ian Page

83.

05/1975

15

92
US

32
AC

16
country

[20th Century 2181]
written by Ron McCown

84.

02/1975

15

98
US

7
country

[ABC/Dot 17541]
written by Donna Fargo

85.

02/1975

I Fought the Law by Sam Neely

15

54
US

61
country

[A&M 1651]
written by Sonny Curtis

86.

12/1975

15

3
country

[RCA Victor 10455]
written by Ted Harris

87.

07/1975

15

66
US

30
AC

79
country

as Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
[United Artists 655]
written by Felice Bryant & Boudleaux Bryant

88.

02/1975

15

3
country

[Myrrh 150]
written by Jim Weatherly

89.

06/1975

14

4
country

as Mel Tillis and The Statesiders
[MGM 14804]
written by Ron McCown (as Ronal McCown) & Roger Jaudon

90.

09/1975

14

4
country

[Mercury 73704]
written by Tom T. Hall

91.

03/1975

14

101
US

6
country

[RCA Victor 10228]
written by Al Dexter

92.

03/1975

14

101
US

6
country

[RCA Victor 10236]
written by Johnny Duncan

93.

12/1975

14

4
country

[MCA 40497]
written by Billy Ray Reynolds

94.

02/1975

14

4
country

[Epic 50071]
written by Billy Sherrill & Norro Wilson

95.

10/1975

14

4
country

[RCA Victor 10420]
written by Hugh Moffatt

96.

08/1975

14

91
US

17
country

[Monument 8661]
written by Billy Swan

97.

02/1975

14

4
country

[ABC 12068]
written by Johnny Christopher & Bobby Wood

98.

12/1975

13

102
US

7
country

[Melodyland 6028]
written by Ron Birmann & Don Miller (as Donald Miller)

99.

12/1975

13

5
country

with Family & Friends
[Monument 8680]
written by Larry Gatlin

100.

07/1975

13

5
country

[RCA Victor 10328]
written by Dolly Parton


Sours: http://www.musicvf.com/top_country_songs_of_1975

1975 was one of the greatest and most interesting years in country music history.

Greatest because that year is filled with music that still lives and breathes today, songs that have that certain quality that stays with you, well, forever.

And interesting because there wasn't really anyone song that dominated the country music chart. In the previous years, particularly in the 1950s and 1960s, a song may stay atop the national chart not just for weeks, but for months. Webb Pierce might well have a hit that would be Number One for 16 or 17 weeks. Buck Owens would release a new song and it would zoom to the top, and there it would stay for 12 weeks.

That was not the way it was in '75.

In fact, in that 52 week period, there were a total of 43 Number One hits! 43 in just one year. And it wasn't because the songs were weak. On the contrary, it was because they were so strong!

The year started out with the legendary George Jones at #1 with his all-time classic 'The Door'. But it only stayed there one week, being pushed aside by Billy 'Crash' Craddock with 'Ruby Baby'.  Which, in turn, only lasted there a week, as Merle Haggard then took the top spot with 'Kentucky Gambler'.

And so the pattern for 1975 was set.

Country music artists that are now legends, artists like Milsap, Pride, Twitty, Parton, Waylon, Willie...they all topped the chart, but only for one week, consistently knocking each other off the perch.

Oh, there were a few exceptions. Freddy Fender stayed on top 2 weeks, first in March with 'Before The Next Teardrop Falls', then again in August with 'Wasted Days And Wasted Nights'. We got our first hint of what would be called the 'Outlaw Movement' when Willie brought 'Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain' to the top for 2 weeks in October. And there were a few others.

But generally, it was a carousel of #1's...until the week of December 20.

I guess you could say the CB Craze officially hit the nation. C.W. McCall began a 5-week stay...yes, a 5-week stay...at the top of the chart that lasted well into 1976.

But 1975 might well be called the strongest year in country music with 43 different #1 hits.

Sours: https://kxrb.com/in-1975-forty-three-different-songs-reached-number-one-wow/
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List of Hot Country Singles number ones of 1975

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. Chart placings were based on playlists submitted by country music radio stations and sales reports submitted by stores.[1]

Merle Haggard had the most number ones in 1975, taking four different singles to the top spot. The four singles spent a total of five weeks at number one, tying Haggard with Freddy Fender for the highest number of weeks spent atop the chart by a single artist in 1975. When Fender reached number one with "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" in the issue of Billboard dated March 15, he achieved the feat of topping the Hot Country chart with his first hit.[2] The Tex-Mex-influenced song went on to be a crossover success, topping Billboard's all-genre singles chart, the Hot 100, in May.[3] Five other singles released in 1975 reached number one on both charts: "(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song" by B.J. Thomas,[4] "Rhinestone Cowboy" by Glen Campbell,[5] both "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" and "I'm Sorry" by John Denver,[3][6] and "Convoy" by C.W. McCall.[7] "Rhinestone Cowboy" spent three non-consecutive weeks atop the country listing, the only song to spend more than two weeks in the top spot.

In October, Willie Nelson had his first number one single with "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain", taken from his breakthrough album Red Headed Stranger.[8] The song's arrangement was simple and contrasted with the lush country-pop style prevalent at the time which characterized the recordings of crossover artists such as Glen Campbell.[5][9] Nelson had been active as a singer and songwriter since the 1960s and several of his songs had been chart-toppers for other artists,[10] but his own recordings had not achieved great success prior to 1975. "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain" marked the start of his transformation into a major star of country music who remained a regular chart-topper for a decade and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993.[9][11] Eight other artists topped the Hot Country chart for the first time in 1975. T. G. Sheppard achieved his first number one in February with "Devil in the Bottle", and followed it up later in the year with his second, "Tryin' to Beat the Morning Home".[12]Billie Jo Spears gained her only number one with "Blanket on the Ground",[13] as did Gary Stewart with "She's Actin' Single (I'm Drinkin' Doubles)".[14]Linda Ronstadt and B. J. Thomas each topped the country chart for the first time having already achieved a chart-topper with an earlier single on the Hot 100.[15][16][17][18] Other acts to achieve a first number one on the Hot Country chart in 1975 were Jessi Colter,[19]Dickey Lee,[20] and C. W. McCall,[21] whose song "Convoy" reached the top of the chart in the issue of Billboard dated December 20, beginning a run which would ultimately last for six weeks.[22]

Chart history[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^Ankeny, Jason. "Freddy Fender Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  3. ^ abHoffmann, Frank (2016). Chronology of American Popular Music, 1900-2000. Routledge. p. 354. ISBN .
  4. ^Hoffmann, Frank (2016). Chronology of American Popular Music, 1900-2000. Routledge. p. 353. ISBN . Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  5. ^ abErlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Glen Campbell Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved March 22, 2018.
  6. ^Hoffmann, Frank (2016). Chronology of American Popular Music, 1900-2000. Routledge. p. 356. ISBN . Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  7. ^Ankeny, Jason. "C.W. McCall Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  8. ^Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Red Headed Stranger". AllMusic. Retrieved February 4, 2020.
  9. ^ abHuey, Steve. "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain". AllMusic. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
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  11. ^"Willie Nelson inducted into Hall of Fame". United Press International. September 29, 1993. Retrieved March 1, 2020.
  12. ^Thompson, Gayle (February 15, 2018). "TG Sheppard Earns First No. 1 Hit With 'Devil in the Bottle'". The Boot. Townsquare Media. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  13. ^Huey, Steve. "Billie Jo Spears Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  14. ^"89. Gary Stewart, 'She's Actin' Single, I'm Drinkin' Doubles' (1975) - 100 Greatest Country Songs of All Time". Rolling Stone. June 1, 2014. Retrieved March 27, 2018.
  15. ^Whitaker, Sterling (July 13, 2017). "Top 5 Linda Ronstadt Songs". The Boot. Townsquare Media. Retrieved March 28, 2018.
  16. ^"Linda Ronstadt Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved March 28, 2018.
  17. ^Hoffmann, Frank (2016). Chronology of American Popular Music, 1900-2000. Routledge. p. 301. ISBN . Retrieved March 28, 2018.
  18. ^McCall, Michael; Rumble, John; Kingsbury, Paul (2012). The Encyclopedia of Country Music. Oxford University Press. ISBN . Retrieved March 28, 2018.
  19. ^Carlin, Richard (2014). Country Music: A Biographical Dictionary. Routledge. p. 74. ISBN . Retrieved March 28, 2018.
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  46. ^"Hot Country Songs chart for June 14, 1975". Billboard. Retrieved October 4, 2010.
  47. ^"Hot Country Songs chart for June 21, 1975". Billboard. Retrieved October 4, 2010.
  48. ^"Hot Country Songs chart for June 28, 1975". Billboard. Retrieved October 4, 2010.
  49. ^"Hot Country Songs chart for July 5, 1975". Billboard. Retrieved October 4, 2010.
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  51. ^"Hot Country Songs chart for July 19, 1975". Billboard. Retrieved October 4, 2010.
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