Rock and pop ruled in 1973 and soul too, featuring legends like Barry White, Stevie Wonder, and more. “Superstition” Stevie Wonder
The U.S. was beginning to enjoy reggae music. American reggae and pop singer-songwriter Johnny Nash came out with the first popular American reggae release “I Can See Clearly Now” and recorded a Bob Marley song “Stir It Up”.
Among the favorite rock bands were The Grateful Dead, Led Zeppelin, and The Allman Brothers Band with “Ramblin’ Man”.
Paul McCartney and Wings released “Red Rose Speedway” with songs like “My Love”
Another ex-Beatle George Harrison released “Living in the Material World,” with a few hit songs including. “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)”
Helen Reddy, an Australian singer, sold millions of copies of her songs, “I Am a Woman” and “DeltaDawn” both topping the charts.