1973 in music

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List of years in music (table)

This is a list of music-related events in 1973.

Isaac Hayes in 1973
Joan Baez in 1973

Specific locations[edit]

Specific genres[edit]

Events[edit]

January–April[edit]

May–August[edit]

September–December[edit]

Unknown dates[edit]

Bands formed[edit]

Bands disbanded[edit]

Albums released[edit]

January[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Precious Lord: New Recordings of the Great Songs of Thomas A. Dorsey Various Artists -
5 Aerosmith Aerosmith -
Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. Bruce Springsteen & the E-Street Band -
8 Approximately Infinite Universe Yoko Ono -
Holland The Beach Boys -
13 Who Do We Think We Are Deep Purple -
15 Any Old Wind That Blows Johnny Cash -
19 Life in a Tin Can Bee Gees -
23 The Six Wives of Henry VIII Rick Wakeman -
25 Dixie Chicken Little Feat -
The Great Lost Kinks Album The Kinks Compilation of unreleased material
26 Don't Shoot Me I'm Only the Piano Player Elton John -
28 Tanx T. Rex -
- Artificial Paradise The Guess Who -
Back in '72 Bob Seger -
GP Gram Parsons -
Heartbreaker Free -
In Concert Derek and the Dominos Live 1970
Let Me Touch Your Mind Ike & Tina Turner -
Naked Songs Al Kooper -
Separate Ways Elvis Presley Compilation
True Stories and Other Dreams Judy Collins -
We the People Ellen McIlwaine -

February[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Tyranny and Mutation Blue Öyster Cult -
Billion Dollar Babies Alice Cooper -
4 Aloha from Hawaii Via Satellite Elvis Presley Live
7 Raw Power The Stooges -
18 Blueprint Rory Gallagher -
21 Masterpiece The Temptations -
22 Amabutho Ladysmith Black Mambazo -
25 In the Right Place Dr. John -
28 Camel Camel Debut
- All Out Grin -
Back Up Against the Wall Atlanta Rhythm Section -
The Best of Mountain Mountain Compilation
Black Caesar James Brown Soundtrack
Cameo Dusty Springfield -
David Ruffin David Ruffin -
Heaven Help the Child Mickey Newbury -
Rosie Fairport Convention -
Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory Traffic -
Solid Air John Martyn -

March[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 The Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd US; released in UK March 24
Paris 1919 John Cale -
A Wizard, a True Star Todd Rundgren -
2 ELO 2/Electric Light Orchestra II Electric Light Orchestra -
The Captain and Me The Doobie Brothers -
6 Closing Time Tom Waits -
7 Byrds The Byrds -
9 The New Age Canned Heat -
23 For Your Pleasure Roxy Music -
Larks' Tongues in Aspic King Crimson -
26 Beck, Bogert & Appice Beck, Bogert & Appice -
Ring Ring ABBA -
27 I've Got So Much to Give Barry White -
28 Houses of the Holy Led Zeppelin -
My Tennessee Mountain Home Dolly Parton -
29 Skywriter The Jackson 5 -
Birds of Fire Mahavishnu Orchestra -
30 Sextant Herbie Hancock -
31 Ooh La La Faces -
- After You, Pride's Not Hard to Swallow Hank Williams, Jr. -
Atem Tangerine Dream -
Cosmic Wheels Donovan -
Grand Hotel Procol Harum -
Heart Food Judee Sill -
In Deep Argent -
A Letter to Myself The Chi-Lites -
Lonesome, On'ry and Mean Waylon Jennings -
Losin' Streak Ray Stevens -
My Feet Are Smiling Leo Kottke Live
Neither One of Us Gladys Knight & the Pips -
Penguin Fleetwood Mac -
Raunch 'N' Roll Live Black Oak Arkansas Live
Rock and Roll Foghat aka Rock and Roll
Still Alive and Well Johnny Winter -
Sylvester and the Hot Band Sylvester -
Where Are You Now, My Son? Joan Baez -

April[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Live Songs Leonard Cohen Live
2 1962-1966 The Beatles Compilation
1967-1970 The Beatles Compilation
12 Bloodshot The J. Geils Band -
13 Aladdin Sane David Bowie -
Catch a Fire Bob Marley & The Wailers -
Music & Me Michael Jackson -
17 Desperado Eagles -
18 Renaissance The Miracles -
20 Daltrey Roger Daltrey -
23 Down the Road Manassas -
30 Red Rose Speedway Paul McCartney and Wings -
- Bittersweet White Light Cher -
The Blue Ridge Rangers John Fogerty -
Call Me Al Green -
Danny's Song Anne Murray Studio and live
Diamond Girl Seals and Crofts -
Eat It Humble Pie Double LP; three sides studio, one side live
The Gospel Road Johnny Cash Soundtrack
Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys Arlo Guthrie -
The Marshall Tucker Band The Marshall Tucker Band -
Ma Rare Earth -
Melanie at Carnegie Hall Melanie Live
No Ruinous Feud Incredible String Band -
Parcel of Rogues Steeleye Span -
Spinners The Spinners -
Thirty Seconds Over Winterland Jefferson Airplane Live
Uriah Heep Live Uriah Heep Live
What's Your Mama's Name Tanya Tucker -
Zarathustra Museo Rosenbach -

May[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
5 There Goes Rhymin' Simon Paul Simon -
11 Space Ritual Hawkwind Live
Wishbone Four Wishbone Ash -
16 Now & Then Carpenters -
17 Bachman–Turner Overdrive Bachman–Turner Overdrive -
18 History of The Byrds The Byrds Compilation
Yessongs Yes Live
25 Flying Teapot Gong -
Tubular Bells Mike Oldfield -
30 Les Granges Brûlées Jean Michel Jarre -
Living in the Material World George Harrison -
- Any Day Now Scott Walker -
Bananamour Kevin Ayers -
Country Casanova Commander Cody -
Eddie Kendricks Eddie Kendricks -
Head to the Sky Earth, Wind & Fire -
Honey in the Rock Charlie Daniels -
I Knew Jesus (Before He Was a Star) Glen Campbell -
Oora Edgar Broughton Band -
The Pointer Sisters Pointer Sisters -
Razamanaz Nazareth -
Rigor Mortis Sets In John Entwistle -
Tower of Power Tower of Power -
You Broke My Heart So I Busted Your Jaw Spooky Tooth -

June[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Touch Me Gary Glitter -
8 Facts of Life Bobby Womack -
15 Messin' Manfred Mann's Earth Band -
18 Extension of a Man Donny Hathaway -
The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get Joe Walsh -
19 Smokey Smokey Robinson -
22 Touch Me in the Morning Diana Ross -
25 Chicago VI Chicago -
Hey Now Hey (The Other Side of the Sky) Aretha Franklin -
30 Fresh Sly & the Family Stone -
- 10 The Guess Who -
Crossword Puzzle The Partridge Family -
Fantasy Carole King -
Farewell Andromeda John Denver -
Jesus Christ Superstar Various Artists Soundtrack
A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night Harry Nilsson and Gordon Jenkins -
Never Turn Your Back on a Friend Budgie -
The Plan The Osmonds -
Roger McGuinn Roger McGuinn -
Shotgun Willie Willie Nelson -
A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean Jimmy Buffett -

July[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Life and Times Jim Croce -
6 A Passion Play Jethro Tull -
7 Barry Manilow Barry Manilow -
9 Cosmic Slop Funkadelic -
12 Elvis Elvis Presley -
13 History of the Grateful Dead, Volume One (Bear's Choice) Grateful Dead Live 1970
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid Bob Dylan Soundtrack
Queen Queen -
15 We're an American Band Grand Funk Railroad -
18 Rufus Rufus -
20 Genesis Live Genesis Live
Love Devotion Surrender Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin -
Mott Mott the Hoople -
25 Foreigner Cat Stevens -
26 Tres Hombres ZZ Top -
27 New York Dolls New York Dolls -
- 10cc 10cc -
African Herbsman The Wailers Compilation
Berlin Lou Reed -
Countdown to Ecstasy Steely Dan -
Honky Tonk Heroes Waylon Jennings -
Janis Joplin's Greatest Hits Janis Joplin Compilation
Moontan Golden Earring -
The Morning After Maureen McGovern -
Styx II Styx -
The Sweet Sweet US-only compilation and debut
Whatever Turns You On West, Bruce and Laing -

August[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Killing Me Softly Roberta Flack -
3 Innervisions Stevie Wonder -
7 3 + 3 The Isley Brothers -
Pressure Cookin' Labelle -
10 Sing It Again Rod Rod Stewart Compilation
13 (Pronounced 'Lĕh-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd) Lynyrd Skynyrd -
23 Body Talk George Benson -
28 Let's Get It On Marvin Gaye -
31 Goats Head Soup The Rolling Stones -
- 41 Original Hits from the Soundtrack of American Graffiti Various Artists Soundtrack
Bio Chuck Berry -
Boulders Roy Wood -
Brothers and Sisters The Allman Brothers Band -
Chi-Lites The Chi-Lites -
Deliver the Word War -
Future Days Can -
Hard Nose the Highway Van Morrison -
Legend Henry Cow -
Live at Montezuma Hall Mickey Newbury Live
Maria Muldaur Maria Muldaur -
No Sweat Blood, Sweat & Tears -
Unlucky Boy Chicken Shack -
Valley Hi Ian Matthews -
Volcanic Rock Buffalo -
Yeah! Brownsville Station -

September[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Bang James Gang -
I'm a Writer, Not a Fighter Gilbert O'Sullivan -
3 Johnny Cash and His Woman Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash -
Sweet Freedom Uriah Heep -
7 Over-Nite Sensation Frank Zappa -
10 Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert Eric Clapton Live
Side 3 Raspberries -
11 Angel Clare Art Garfunkel -
The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle Bruce Springsteen -
12 G.I.T.: Get It Together The Jackson 5 -
14 Bubbling Over Dolly Parton -
15 Crazy Eyes Poco -
21 Everybody Likes Some Kind of Music Billy Preston -
Faust IV Faust -
In a Glass House Gentle Giant -
Vagabonds of the Western World Thin Lizzy -
22 Paper Roses Marie Osmond -
23 High on the Hog Black Oak Arkansas -
24 Milestones Roy Orbison -
Super Fly T.N.T. Osibisa Soundtrack
28 Hello! Status Quo -
Sladest Slade Compilation
- Back into the Future Man Live
Don't Call Me Mama Anymore Cass Elliot Live
Ecstasy Ohio Players
From the Depths of My Soul Marlena Shaw -
Full Moon Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge -
It's Only a Movie Family -
Live! The World of Ike & Tina Ike & Tina Turner Live
Nice 'n' Greasy Atomic Rooster -
Show Your Hand Average White Band -
Ten Years Are Gone John Mayall -
Where My Heart Is Ronnie Milsap -
Wild and Peaceful Kool & the Gang -

October[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Raised on Rock Elvis Presley -
Spectrum Billy Cobham -
Don't Cry Now Linda Ronstadt -
2 Stone Gon' Barry White -
5 For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night Caravan -
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Elton John -
These Foolish Things Bryan Ferry -
9 Cyan Three Dog Night -
Imagination Gladys Knight & the Pips -
10 Ashes Are Burning Renaissance -
13 Selling England by the Pound Genesis -
14 Jackie Jackson Jackie Jackson -
15 Moondog Matinee The Band -
Mystery to Me Fleetwood Mac -
Time Fades Away Neil Young Live
Wake of the Flood Grateful Dead -
16 Live in Europe Creedence Clearwater Revival Live
17 Montrose Montrose -
19 Burnin' Bob Marley & The Wailers -
Hat Trick America -
The Joker Steve Miller Band -
Pin Ups David Bowie Covers album
Quadrophenia The Who -
20 Frampton's Camel Peter Frampton -
26 Diana & Marvin Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye -
Head Hunters Herbie Hancock -
27 Half-Breed Cher -
29 It's Like You Never Left Dave Mason -
- The Adventures of Panama Red New Riders of the Purple Sage -
All American Boy Rick Derringer -
At the Rainbow Focus Live
Bodacious DF Bodacious DF -
Bulletin Board The Partridge Family -
Cyborg Klaus Schulze -
Dreams Are Nuthin' More Than Wishes David Cassidy -
For Everyman Jackson Browne -
Full Sail Loggins and Messina -
Gone Crazy Grin -
Inside Out John Martyn -
I Remember Hank Williams Glen Campbell -
Laid Back Gregg Allman -
Marjory Razorblade Kevin Coyne -
Mine Dolly Parton Compilation
Nine Fairport Convention -
Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back Frank Sinatra -
On the Road Traffic Live
Playin' Favorites Don McLean -
Please Don't Ever Change Brinsley Schwarz -
Ralf und Florian Kraftwerk -
Suzi Quatro Suzi Quatro -
Sweet Revenge John Prine -
Takin' My Time Bonnie Raitt -
You've Got It Bad Girl Quincy Jones -

November[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 Rockin' with Curly Leads The Shadows -
Stranded Roxy Music -
2 Barbra Streisand...And Other Musical Instruments Barbra Streisand -
On the Road to Freedom Alvin Lee -
Ringo Ringo Starr -
3 Abandoned Luncheonette Hall & Oates -
9 Loud 'n' Proud Nazareth UK
Piano Man Billy Joel -
Welcome Santana -
10 Ship Ahoy The O'Jays -
11 Tattoo Rory Gallagher -
16 Bette Midler Bette Midler -
Mind Games John Lennon -
Preservation Act 1 The Kinks -
19 The Beach Boys in Concert The Beach Boys Live
Brain Salad Surgery Emerson, Lake & Palmer -
Dylan Bob Dylan Outtakes recorded 1969–'70
20 Muscle of Love Alice Cooper -
23 Feeling the Space Yoko Ono -
26 Ass Badfinger -
30 Solar Fire Manfred Mann's Earth Band -
- Bedside Manners Are Extra Greenslade -
Between Nothingness and Eternity Mahavishnu Orchestra Live
Electric Jewels April Wine -
Friends and Legends Michael Stanley -
The Human Menagerie Cockney Rebel -
John Denver's Greatest Hits John Denver Compilation
Ladies Invited The J. Geils Band -
(No Pussyfooting) Robert Fripp and Brian Eno -
Nutbush City Limits (album) Ike & Tina Turner -
On the Third Day Electric Light Orchestra -
Quiet Places Buffy Sainte-Marie -
Stretch Scott Walker -
Viva Terlingua Jerry Jeff Walker Live
Witness Spooky Tooth -
Wovoka Redbone -

December[edit]

Day Album Artist Notes
1 I Got a Name Jim Croce Posthumous
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Black Sabbath -
Short Stories Harry Chapin -
5 Band on the Run Paul McCartney & Wings -
6 Last Time I Saw Him Diana Ross -
Livin' for You Al Green -
7 1990 The Temptations -
Angel's Egg Gong -
Tales from Topographic Oceans Yes Double album
22 Comin' Atcha Madeline Bell -
- Another Lonely Song Tammy Wynette -
Bachman–Turner Overdrive II Bachman–Turner Overdrive -
Essence to Essence Donovan -
Live Dates Wishbone Ash Live
The Ozark Mountain Daredevils Ozark Mountain Daredevils -
The Payback James Brown -
Ridin' the Storm Out REO Speedwagon -
Virtuoso Joe Pass -

Release date unknown[edit]

Biggest hit singles[edit]

The following songs achieved the highest chart positions in the charts of 1973.

# Artist Title Year Country Chart entries
1 The Rolling Stones Angie 1973 United Kingdom US BB 1 – Sep 1973, Canada 1 – Sep 1973, Netherlands 1 – Sep 1973, France 1 – Sep 1973, Switzerland 1 – Sep 1973, Norway 1 – Oct 1973, Australia 1 for 5 weeks Jun 1974, Australia Goset 1 – Oct 1973, Europe 3 of the 1970s, Germany 4 – Jan 1974, Belgium 4 of all time, UK 5 – Sep 1973, Italy 6 of 1974, Austria 8 – Oct 1973, DDD 11 of 1973, Australia 19 of 1973, RYM 27 of 1973, Poland 43 of all time, Scrobulate 51 of ballad, US CashBox 69 of 1973, OzNet 71, Germany 190 of the 1970s, WXPN 571, Acclaimed 1093
2 Tony Orlando & Dawn Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree 1973 United States UK 1 – Mar 1973, US BB 1 – Mar 1973, US CashBox 1 of 1973, Canada 1 – Mar 1973, Netherlands 1 – Apr 1973, Norway 1 – May 1973, Australia 1 of 1973, Éire 1 – Apr 1973, Australia 1 for 7 weeks Dec 1973, Australia Goset 1 – May 1973, Austria 2 – Jun 1973, France 3 – Apr 1973, Germany 10 – Jun 1973, South Africa 10 of 1973, US BB 11 of 1973, TOTP 14, Global 33 (5 M sold) – 1973, POP 36 of 1973, DDD 88 of 1973
3 Sweet The Ballroom Blitz 1973

1975

(us)

United Kingdom Canada 1 – Aug 1975, France 1 – Oct 1973, Éire 1 – Sep 1973, Australia Goset 1 – Nov 1973, UK 2 – Sep 1973, Norway 2 – Oct 1973, Switzerland 3 – Sep 1973, Germany 3 – Jan 1974, Netherlands 4 – Sep 1973, US BB 5 – Aug 1975, Austria 5 – Nov 1973, Australia 9 of 1974, Scrobulate 9 of glam rock, US BB 11 of 1975, RYM 15 of 1973, POP 30 of 1975, US CashBox 46 of 1975, DDD 51 of 1973, Germany 137 of the 1970s, TheQ 188, OzNet 217, Acclaimed 2373
4 Elton John Crocodile Rock 1972 United Kingdom US BB 1 – Dec 1972, Canada 1 – Dec 1972, Switzerland 1 – Jan 1973, Italy 1 of 1973, Australia Goset 2 – Jan 1973, Norway 3 – Feb 1973, US CashBox 4 of 1973, Germany 4 – Jan 1973, UK 5 – Nov 1972, Australia 5 of 1973, Austria 6 – Feb 1973, France 9 – Dec 1972, POP 9 of 1973, Netherlands 12 – Dec 1972, OzNet 12, US BB 16 of 1973, RYM 26 of 1972, DDD 27 of 1972, Germany 223 of the 1970s, Acclaimed 2325
5 Roberta Flack Killing Me Softly With His Song 1973 United States US BB 1 – Feb 1973, Canada 1 – Feb 1973, Australia 1 for 2 weeks Nov 1973, Australia Goset 1 – Mar 1973, Grammy in 1973, Netherlands 3 – Feb 1973, Norway 4 – Aug 1973, France 5 – Apr 1973, UK 6 – Feb 1973, DDD 8 of 1973, Australia 17 of 1973, Austria 19 – Dec 1973, US CashBox 21 of 1973, RYM 25 of 1973, Switzerland 32 – Oct 1996, RIAA 101, Rolling Stone 360, Acclaimed 631, OzNet 863

Other selected singles[edit]

Published popular music[edit]

Other notable songs (world)[edit]

Classical music[edit]

Maria Callas farewell tour, 1973

Opera[edit]

Jazz[edit]

Musical theater[edit]

Musical films[edit]

Births[edit]

Deaths[edit]

Awards[edit]

Grammy Awards[edit]

Country Music Association Awards[edit]

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Eurovision Song Contest[edit]

References[edit]

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