1975 in Music - Published Popular Music

Published Popular Music

  • "And All That Jazz" w. Fred Ebb m. John Kander. Introduced by Chita Rivera in the musical Chicago
  • "Anytime (I'll Be There)" w.m. Paul Anka
  • "At Seventeen" w.m. Janis Ian
  • "Calypso" w.m. John Denver
  • "I'm Not in Love" w.m. Graham Gouldman & Eric Stewart
  • "I'm Sorry" w.m. John Denver
  • "Love Will Keep Us Together" w.m. Neil Sedaka & Howard Greenfield
  • "Mamma Mia" w.m. Benny Andersson, Stig Anderson & Bj√∂rn Ulvaeus
  • "Movin' On Up" w.m. Jeff Barry and Ja'net Dubois, theme from the TV series The Jeffersons
  • "New York State of Mind" w.m. Billy Joel
  • "One" w. Edward Kleban m. Marvin Hamlisch
  • "Rockin' All Over the World" w.m. John C. Fogerty
  • "Wasted Days Wasted Nights" w.m. Freddy Fender & Wayne Duncan
  • "The Way I Want To Touch You" w.m. Toni Tennille
  • "What I Did For Love" w. Edward Kleban m. Marvin Hamlisch
  • "You" w.m. Tom Snow

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