Which bands recorded these pop hits of 1970?

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Legendary acts like Simon & Garfunkel, The Carpenters, Diana Ross and The Jackson 5 scored smash hits in 1970. But not every hitmaker made the Hall of Fame. 

The Billboard Hot 100 for the year also included some wonderfully named bands — Mungo Jerry, Frijid Pink, The Ides of March. 

We've gathered some more popular tunes from the charts in 1970. See if you can remember the unique names who recorded them. 

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  1. This tasty group went to No. 1 with its song "Make It with You."
  2. This band, which sounded like a magazine title, reached No. 5 with its tune "Hitchin' a Ride."
  3. This elemental act went to No. 4 with its groove "Get Ready."
  4. The pop group hit No. 2 on the Hot 100 with its song "Which Way You Goin' Billy?"
  5. This act rocketed to the top of the charts with "Venus." (Bananarama later covered it.)
  6. This inventive band brainstormed a big hit with "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)."
  7. This band spread its sound with the Top 10 smash "Reflections of My Life."
  8. This band "N"-joyed success with a Top 10 hit called "Tighter, Tighter."
  9. This band had an impressive body of work, including the Top 10 hit "Come and Get It."
  10. The colorful act expanded its palette with the ditty "My Baby Loves Lovin'."
  11. This pop group served up a hit called "Ma Belle Amie," which reached No. 5 on the charts.
  12. This band used its utilities to record the No. 14 hit "Are You Ready?"

Which bands recorded these pop hits of 1970?

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Geronimo 1 month ago
Who knows these groups or songs? This quiz was a waste of time! ⏲️
George58 12 months ago
You left out one of my favorite bands of the 70's, The Raspberries. To me, they were the Beatles of the 70's. Great harmonies, jangly guitars, awesome songs like, "Go All The Way", "Let's Pretend", "I Wanna Be With You" etc. Eric Carmen was great!
Beatseeker George58 3 months ago
beatles of the '70s? joking, right?
George58 12 months ago
Got 11 out of 12. Got #11 wrong. Never heard the song?
JHP 21 months ago
12 for 12 yaahoo a roni:)

I broke my hammer nailing this one:)
PaulVanderZee 37 months ago
Which bands recorded these pop hits of 1970?
You got 12 out of 12
DerekBird 37 months ago
You got 10 out of 12
Did you "Guess Who" these 1970s hitmakers were? Which song from that year is your favorite?

Missed #7 & #8. Never heard of them or those two songs.
Dario 37 months ago
11 out of 12! Got No. 10 wrong. 😁😁😁😁😁
MrBill 39 months ago
10/12; I did well despite having to guess on most. I grew up in the 70's but did not know a lot of these songs but recognized the band names.
JDnHuntsvilleAL MrBill 39 months ago
I'm the other way around. I knew MOST of the songs but back then I rarely paid attention to the band's name.
MarkSpeck 39 months ago
12 out of 12. This is my childhood in music, right here!
JHP MarkSpeck 21 months ago
we are in the same club fer sure
BobOakes 39 months ago
11 of 12. Missed come and get it.
DerekBird BobOakes 37 months ago
If you want it here it is come and get it, You'd better hurry cause it's going fast...
Filmnoirfan 39 months ago
8/12 - disappointed with that result. Saw Alive N Kickin perfom a number of times in New York in the 1970's and 1980's
Koreth 46 months ago
Yep! 12 of 12 correct! Not surprised though. I grew up with this music!
Randall 46 months ago
I wish they had mentioned Precious and few by Climax as well as Traces by Dennis Yost and the Classics 4 also they forgot what a year for Karen And Richard Carpenter
Koreth Randall 46 months ago
There was so much good rock and roll music back then, I doubt they could have included them all or this would have been a very long quiz! Crosby Stills & Nash, Jackson 5, Eric Burdon, R Dean Taylor and so many more.

Wasn't Precious and Few by Climax a bit later? 72 or 73?
MarkSpeck Koreth 39 months ago
Precious and Few was indeed 1972.
trogg888 46 months ago
badfinger and pacific gas and electric were good though
trogg888 46 months ago
i got 10. iplayed in a cover band since the mid 60s but we never played any of those lame songs.we didnt do sugar sugar by the archies either,
GMarx95750191 48 months ago
Ya can’t win ‘em all... but ALMOST ALL
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