If you have the time to keep this up, that would really be great. Will you be doing the 70s and 80s or just the 70s? It is interesting, I find, that in the early 80s there were so many cross over country hits on the pop charts, such as Oak Ridge Boys, Alabama, Willie Nelson, and of course Kenny Rogers. Thanks for the memories jmorgan!
For 11/22/75: #1 Country: "Rocky"-Dickey Lee (Had been a top 10 hit earlier on the pop chart for Austin Roberts) #1 R&B: "Let's Do It Again"-The Staple Singers #1 Album: Rock Of The Westies-Elton John (3rd week)
For 12/1/73: #1 Album: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road-Elton John (4th week) #1 R&B: "The Love I Lost (Part 1)"-Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (Also #8 on pop chart) #1 Country: "The Most Beautiful Girl"-Charlie Rich (Also #10 on pop chart)
December 6, 1986 (leading into #4): #1 on the Soul chart: "Tasty Love" by Freddie Jackson #1 on the Album chart: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Live 75-85 #1 on the Country chart: "It Ain't Cool to Be Crazy About You" by George Strait
December 10, 1983 (leading into #5): #1 on the Country chart: "Tell Me a Lie" by Janie Fricke #1 on the Soul chart: "Time Will Reveal" by DeBarge #1 on the Album chart: Can't Slow Down by Lionel Richie