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1974 UK Record Releases by Date
This is a list of all UK 45 singles and EP’s found on the 45 cat website and any new release sheets as of the 25/10/16.
Generally records that don't have a full release are not included. Some spoken word only records are not listed, plus
“story” ones. Records that would have had a specific week when they were first released, but which dates have not been
found, but are known to have been issued on an actual month are included at the end of each weekly listing for the month
in question.
Numbers in red indicate ownership on 45 cat for those with 5 or more. In some cases, such as chart hits, the number of
“wants” is added on. Caution should be noted with ownership figure, as the record might have only been available as a
promo record that wasn’t issued to the public. These however will be popular with collectors of records. If it is known to be
never issued to the public, what is called on the 45 Cat site as a “stock” record. Then that will not be included. In some
cases records by well known acts were never issued as “stock” and some of these have been included, but such records
are shown as “promo only”. They are included to show that the record couldn’t have made the charts in 1974. At least as a
UK issue!
Records that made the charts of the time are only stated where no specific week has been found or if a chart record fails
to score 5 ownership indications - indicated by the term hit. Any number that follows is an ownership indication not a chart
position. In order that a release date might be pinned down further, if known a “pop” paper review date might be shown.
This might indicate that record was issued the week previous or the week following the date.
Only A sides are listed. AA sides are also listed. Records were generally released on a Friday during the period.
Any record listed only by the year 1974 on the 45 cat site are not included in this list. As such records could have been
issued in 1975 or later. Up to the first half of 1974, records released could have the year 1973 on them.
Release date information is obtained from two sources. Firstly marked promo records and secondly from printed sources,
such as new release sheets. Both of theses were subject to variation and change.
Artists are listed first then the title shown in italics. EP tracks are not all listed. If the title of the EP does not include an
actual song that is on it, then the first track will be listed, or the most important one.
04 January 1974
Mud Tiger Feet 98
Sylvia Y Viva Espana 64
Bay City Rollers Remember 57
Alice Cooper Teenage Lament '74 32
Cilla Black Baby We Can't Go Wrong 22
Freddy Breck So In Love With You 18
Marvin Gaye Come Get To This 17
Al Green Livin' For You 16
Frank Carson Ip Dip Chibberdy Dip 10
Judith Durham And The Hottest Band In Town I Wanna Dance To Your Music 10
Mel And Tim Backfield In Motion 9
Guy Darrell Hard Road 6
The London Concert Orch. The Colditz March 5
Anne Murray A Love Song 5
Steve Allen Join Together
Velvet Night Judy
Grant Frazer Auld Lang Syne
Simon Green Come On Along (To My Freedomland)
Geoff Love And His Orchestra Match Of The Day
Ray Conniff Frost Festival
Robby Benson Blue Balloon (The Hourglass Song)
Charley Pride Amazing Love
Splinter Dedication
Jackie Bernard Musical Explosion
George Murrey I Love You Darling
I. Roy Yaha Ma Ride
11 January 1974
The Sweet Teenage Rampage 86
Lulu The Man Who Sold The World 79
Paper Lace Billy - Don't Be A Hero 55
10 c.c. The Worst Band In The World 43
Barry White Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up 37
Cher Dark Lady 35
Smokey Robinson Just My Soul Responding 29
The Allman Brothers Band Jessica 19
The Supremes I Guess I'll Miss The Man 13
Joni Mitchell Raised On Robbery 11
Three Man Army Polecat Woman 11
The Sweepers Harlem Song 8
Bobbie Houston I Want To Make It With You 7
Gaylords Hit Me With Music 6
Smoke Shagalagalu 5
Della Reese Who Is She And What Is She To You 5
Barnfather Clock On The Wall 5
Anton Karas The Harry Lime Theme (From the film "The Third Man")
David Alexander Taste The Wine
Average White Band How Can You Go Home
Jimmy London Rock And Roll Lullaby
Cleo Laine That's How Heartaches Are Made
Chuck Armstrong Black Foxy Woman
Ken Parker Kiss An Angel In The Morning
Johnny Nash Loving You
Lloyd Charmers I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More
Stan Farlow I'm A Truck
Johnny Mathis Life Is A Song Worth Singing
Tom Green Rock Springs Railroad Station
Rocking Horse New Situation
Michelle Fisher Who Can Tell ?
Solomon King We Can Make It
Northern J. Calloway Stop (If I'm Gonna Save Any Part Of My Love For You)
Dandy Livingstone Black Star
Billy Kinsley You Make My Day
Lon Satton The Love I See In Your Eyes
The Chosen Few Funky Butter
Jah Mojo Truth And Truth