1974

Bowie, Clapton and ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’ all scored highly in the readers poll.
Whilst the long forgotten ‘Radar Love’ by Golden Earring beat out ‘The Joker’ and ‘Life On Mars’ to single of the year award: ‘World Single’.
British Male Singer
David Bowie
British Female Singer
Maggie Bell
British Group
Yes
British Stage Band
Genesis
Most Promising New Name (British)
Leo Sayer
Disc Jockey
John Peel
TV Show
‘Old Grey Whistle Test’
British Single
The Who – ‘5.15’
British Album
Pink Floyd – ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’
Best Guitarist
Eric Clapton
Best Keyboardist
Rick Wakeman
Best Bass Guitarist
Paul McCartney
Best Drummer
Carl Palmer
Best Producer
David Bowie
Best Instrumentalist
Roy Wood
Best Songwriters
Elton John/ Bernie Taupin
Best Soul Act
Stevie Wonder
Best Dressed Album
Yes – ‘Yessongs’
World Singer
David Bowie
World Female Singer
Diana Ross
World Group
Yes
World Stage Band
Alice Cooper
World Album
Pink Floyd – ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’
World Single
Golden Earring – ‘Radar Love’
World’s Most Promising New Name
Golden Earring

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