Weeks of February, 1975
First Week Of February:

Album Chart: Elton John was in his 9th. week at the top of the Album chart with, Elton John's Greatest Hits.

R&B Chart: The Ohio Players were in their 2nd. week at the #1 position on the R&B chart with, Fire.

Pop Chart: Neil Sedaka jumped to the #1 spot on the Pop chart with, Laughter In The Rain.
 
Second Week Of February:

Album Chart: The Ohio Players took over the #1 position on the Album chart with, Fire.

R&B Chart: The Temptations jumped to the #1 spot on the R&B chart with, Happy People.

Pop Chart: The Ohio Players took over the top position of Pop chart with, Fire.
 
Third Week Of February:

Album Chart: Linda Ronstadt jumped into the #1 spot on the Album chart with, Heart Like A Wheel.

R&B Chart: The Love Unlimited Orchestra with Barry White took over the #1 slot on the R&B chart with, I Belong To You.

Pop Chart: Linda Ronstadt moved into the #1 position on the Pop chart with, You're No Good.
 
Fourth Week Of February:

Album Chart: The Average White Band jumped into the #1 spot on the Album chart with, Average White Band.

R&B Chart: Labelle took over the top spot of the R&B chart with, Lady Marmalade.

Pop Chart: The Average White Band moved into the #1 position on the Pop chart with, Pick Up The Pieces.

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