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  • UK Juke Box Charts 1977/78

    Found this in an old copy of Sounds.

    It's credited to Music Week and is "based on the selections from 20,000 UK jukeboxes".

    Makes an interesting contrast to the contemporaneous singles chart [positions in square brackets].

    01(05) Hello Stranger - Yvonne Elliman [ - / - ]
    02(08) Calender Song - Trinidad Oil Company [39/34]
    03(06) Lido Shuffle - Boz Scaggs [14/13]
    04 (-) Telephone Line - ELO [13/18]
    05(01) Got To Give It Up - Marvin Gaye [11/07]
    06(09) Tokyo Joe - Bryan Ferry [15/26]
    07 (-) Peaches - Stranglers [23/27]
    08(11) Too Hot To Handle - Heatwave [17/15]
    09(02) Lucille - Kenny Rogers [03/02]
    10(13) Rendezvous - Tina Charles [36/37]
    11 (-) The Whole Town's Laughing At Me - Teddy Pendergrass [ - / - ]
    12 (-) Feel like Calling Home - Mr Big [43/35]
    13(07) It's A Game - Bay City Rollers [28/24]
    14(10) Written On The Wind - Roger Daltrey [ - / - ]
    15 (-) Uptown Festival - Shalamar [37/32]
    16 (-) Disco Inferno - Trammps [16/25]
    17 (-) A Star Is Born - Barbra Streisand [04/04]
    18 (-) Hotel California - Eagles [24/12]
    19(04) Mah Na Mah Na - Piero Umiliani [20/09]
    20 (-) We'll Gather Lilacs - Simon May [ - / - ]



  • #2
    Very interesting. I didn't know Music Week had published a Juke Box chart. I've just checked the issues that have been uploaded to worldradiohistory.com and there's no chart for 11 June in the magazine, unless I've overlooked it, but there is one in the issue dated 4 June 1977. From the "last week" positions it is the next chart after the one in Sounds meaning Sounds were running the chart two weeks after the compilation week

    4 June 1977

    1 (4) TELEPHONE LINE, Electric Light Orchestra, United Artists
    2 (2) CALENDAR SONG, Trinidad Oil Company. Harvest
    3 (3) LIDO SHUFFLE, Boz Scaggs, CBS
    4 (7) PEACHES, The Stranglers, United Artists
    5 - YOU'RE MOVING OUT TODAY, Carole Bayer Sager, Elektra
    6 (8) TOO HOT TO HANDLE/ SLIP YOUR DISC TO THIS, Heatwave, GTO
    7(17) A STAR IS BORN (EVERGREEN), Barbra Streisand, CBS
    8 (12) FEEL LIKE CALLING
    HOME, Mr. Big, EMI
    9 — O.K., Rock Follies, Polydor
    10 - THE BIRD & THE CHILD, Marie Myriam, Polydor
    11 - BABY DONT CHANGE YOUR MIND. Gladys Knight & The Pips, Buddah
    12 - DONT LET GO, Manhattan Transfer, Atlantic
    13 (19) MAH NA MAH NA. Piero Umiliani, EMI
    14 — OH LORI, Alessi, A&M
    15 (6) TOKYO JOE, Bryan Ferry, Polydor
    16 (1) HELLO STRANGER, Yvonne Elliman. RSO
    17(10) RENDEZVOUS, Tina Charles. CBS
    18(11) THE WHOLE TOWNS LAUGHIN' AT ME, Teddy Pendergrass, CBS
    19(16) DISCO INFERNO. Trammps, Atlantic
    20 (5) GOT TO GIVE IT UP. Marvin Gaye, Motown
    Courtesy of Laren for Music


    https://worldradiohistory.com/UK/Mus...1977-06-04.pdf

    It's possible there could be more charts in those 1977 scanned issues

    https://worldradiohistory.com/Music_Week.htm

    (there's many Sheet Music charts for the 70s and 80s too).

    Compilers Laren for Music was Ray Laren, a record wholesaler who ran Lightning Records (who in turn owned Old Gold Records). Lightning Records compiled a New Wave chart for Music Week in 1978. Adverts for the company also appeared in Record Mirror, usually selling ex-chart singles.

    I found this too on a Google search for Laren for Music

    Hi,
    My name is Freddy Bailey, I have been in the jukebox business for over 50 years, I read with interest your reference to Ray Laren and Lightning Records. Ray's Father Dave Laren was a pioneer in the jukebox business with his company Laren For Music in North London, Ray's Father-In-Law was Ralph Mandell a Director of Phonographic Equipment Company Ltd, who were distributors for several jukebox manufacturers, Ray and Norman Mandell who is Ralph Mandells Son, started Lightning Records Ltd mainly to supply records to jukebox operator's like my self, they were so powerful that they helped many record artist to get in the top ten record charts just by sending their records out to jukebox operator's. Ray is alive and well as is Norman Mandell, Ralph Mandell sadly died last year, he is sadly missed in the coin machine industry.

    Freddy Bailey
    British Coin Machine Historian

    (letter is from 2007)

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    • #3
      ^

      Thanks!

      I'd checked the 11 June issue myself but didn't look at any others.

      Don't think I've ever heard of "The Bird And The Child" ….
      Last edited by Metalweb; Mon March 1, 2021, 03:39.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Metalweb View Post
        ^

        Thanks!

        I'd checked the 11 June issue myself but didn't look at any others.

        It's all very MOR - not what I remember coming out of jukeboxes in the summer of punk!

        Don't think I've ever heard of "The Bird And The Child" ….
        It's also known as 'L'Oiseau Et L'Enfant', the 1977 Eurovision Song Contest winner. It peaked at #42 on the BMRB chart in June 1977.

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        • #5
          ^

          Ah, yes! Rings a distant bell now!

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          • #6
            I'll start to post them in order.

            Sadly the chart doesn't appear every week and not all issues are on the site yet...

            This seems to be the earliest....


            23 Apr 77

            01(02) How Much Love - Leo Sayer [18]
            02(06) Whodunnit - Tavares [15]
            03(01) Free - Deniece Williams [04]
            04(07) Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder [09]
            05 (-) Good Morning Judge - 10cc [38]
            06(06) Pearl's A Singer - Elkie Brooks [16]
            07 (-) Hotel California - Eagles [32]
            08 (-) Solsbury Hill - Peter Gabriel [23]
            09(11) Evergreen - Barbra Streisand [27]
            10(09) Lonely Boy - Andrew Gold [20]
            11 (-) I Wanna Get Next To You - Rose Royce [26]
            12(08) Rock Bottom - Lynsey De Paul & Mike Moran [19]
            13(18) Have I The Right - Dead End Kids [07]
            14(03) Southern Nights - Glen Campbell [28]
            15 (-) If You Want Me - Billie Jo Spears
            16 (-) Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow - Tom Jones [40]
            17(19) You Don't Have To Be A Star - Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr [10]
            18 (-) Another Funny Honeymoon - David Dundas [29]
            19(13) I Don't Want To Put A Hold On You - Berni Flint [03]
            20 (-) We're All Alone - Three Degrees

            Singles chart positions in square brackets.

            Singles in bold didn't make Top 50.


            30 Apr 77

            01 (-) First Cut Is The Deepest - Rod Stewart [13]
            02(04) Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder [04]
            03(05) Good Morning Judge - 10cc [28]
            04(02) Whodunnit - Tavares [12]
            05(01) How Much Love - Leo Sayer [20]
            06(18) Another Funny Honeymoon - David Dundas [29]
            07 (-) Ain't Gonna Bump No More - Joe Tex [24]
            08 (-) The Shuffle - Van McCoy [22]
            09(07) Hotel California - Eagles [21]
            10 (-) Rendezvous - Tina Charles
            11(06) Pearl's A Singer - Elkie Brooks [09]
            12(08) Solsbury Hill - Peter Gabriel [17]
            13(10) Lonely Boy - Andrew Gold [19]
            14(11) I Wanna Get Next To You - Rose Royce [14]
            15(03) Free - Deniece Williams [03]
            16(12) Rock Bottom - Lynsey De Paul & Mike Moran [23]
            17(16) Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow - Tom Jones [45]
            18(09) Evergreen - Barbra Streisand [25]
            19(13) Have I The Right - Dead End Kids [06]
            20(15) If You Want Me - Billie Jo Spears

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            • #7
              14 May 78

              01(09) Lucille - Kenny Rogers [16]
              02(05) Let 'Em In - Billy Paul [26]
              03(01) Ain't Gonna Bump No More - Joe Tex [04]
              04(03) Rendezvous - Tina Charles [46]
              05 (-) Got To Give It Up - Marvin Gaye [25]
              06(08) Mah Na Mah Na - Piero Umiliani [15]
              07 (-) Gonna Capture Your Heart - Blue [27]
              08 (-) Too Hot To Handle - Heatwave [29]
              09(02) First Cut Is The Deepest - Rod Stewart [02]
              10(11) Hotel California - Eagles [08]
              11 (-) Hello Stranger - Yvonne Elliman [34]
              12 (-) Where Is The Love - Delegation [23]
              13(13) The Shuffle - Van McCoy [06]
              14(20) Solsbury Hill - Peter Gabriel [14]
              15 (-) Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple [22]
              16 (-) Have I The Right - Dead End Kids [07]
              17(18) I Wanna Get Next To You - Rose Royce [19]
              18(10) Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder [03]
              19 (-) It's A Game - Bay City Rollers [24]
              20 (-) Right Time Of The Night - Jennifer Warnes

              I'll repost these next two to keep the format consistent:


              28 May 77

              01(05) Hello Stranger - Yvonne Elliman [31]
              02(08) Calendar Song - Trinidad Oil Company [37]
              03(06) Lido Shuffle - Boz Scaggs [17]
              04 (-) Telephone Line - ELO [28]
              05(01) Got To Give It Up - Marvin Gaye [09]
              06(09) Tokyo Joe - Bryan Ferry [20]
              07 (-) Peaches - Stranglers [36]
              08(11) Too Hot To Handle - Heatwave [23]
              09(02) Lucille - Kenny Rogers [04]
              10(13) Rendezvous - Tina Charles [27]
              11 (-) The Whole Town's Laughing At Me - Teddy Pendergrass [48]
              12 (-) Feel Like Calling Home - Mr Big [42]
              13(07) It's A Game - Bay City Rollers [16]
              14(10) Written On The Wind - Roger Daltrey
              15 (-) Uptown Festival - Shalamar [30]
              16 (-) Disco Inferno - Trammps [18]
              17 (-) Evergreen - Barbra Streisand [03]
              18 (-) Hotel California - Eagles [10]
              19(04) Mah Na Mah Na - Piero Umiliani [08]
              20 (-) We'll Gather Lilacs - Simon May

              4 June 77

              01(04) Telephone Line - ELO [18]
              02(02) Calendar Song - Trinidad Oil Company [34]
              03(03) Lido Shuffle - Boz Scaggs [13]
              04(07) Peaches - Stranglers [27]
              05 (-) You're Moving Out Today - Carole Bayer Sager [17]
              06(08) Too Hot To Handle - Heatwave [15]
              07(17) Evergreen - Barbra Streisand [04]
              08(12) Feel Like Calling Home - Mr Big [35]
              09 (-) OK - Rock Follies [10]
              10 (-) The Bird & The Child - Marie Myriam [43]
              11 (-) Baby Don't Change Your Mind - Gladys Knight & The Pips [22]
              12 (-) Don't Let Go - Manhattan Transfer [38]
              13(19) Mah Na Mah Na - Piero Umiliani [09]
              14 (-) Oh Lori - Alessi
              15(06) Tokyo Joe - Bryan Ferry [26]
              16(01) Hello Stranger - Yvonne Elliman [39]
              17(10) Rendezvous - Tina Charles [37]
              18(11) The Whole Town's Laughing At Me - Teddy Pendergrass
              19(16) Disco Inferno - Trammps [25]
              20(05) Got To Give It Up - Marvin Gaye [07]
              Last edited by Metalweb; Mon March 1, 2021, 03:41.

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              • #8
                What a drop for Elliman single! And strange how it got to No. 1 in this chart without even charting in Top 50...

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                • #9
                  I'm guessing these are sales from Laren to Music to jukebox operators and not actual plays. It would account for the quick turnover and random entries from singles that either charted low or not at all.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                    I'm guessing these are sales from Laren to Music to jukebox operators and not actual plays. It would account for the quick turnover and random entries from singles that either charted low or not at all.
                    The 23 April issue indicates that the chart is "based on orders received and titles selected" which is rather ambiguous!

                    Intuitively one might expect records to be chosen for jukeboxes, then selected for play by customers, roughly in line with their chart success but evidently this isn't necessarily the case!

                    I remember the Billie Jo Spears and Jennifer Warnes singles being turntable hits at the time so presumably enough people were familiar with them to order/play them....

                    I don't remember if the Three Degrees single got much airplay but, in retrospect, it seems curious that - as 70s chart regulars - they missed out with a song that was a hit for Rita Coolidge a few months later...

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                    • #11
                      23 July 77

                      01(06) Angelo - Brotherhood Of Man [05]
                      02(02) I Feel Love - Donna Summer [01]
                      03(07) Easy - Commodores [20]
                      04 (-) Roadrunner - Jonathan Richman & Modern Lovers [23]
                      05 (-) People In Love - 10cc
                      06(20) Dreams - Fleetwood Mac [25]
                      07(01) Ma Baker - Boney M [03]
                      08(15) I Knew The Bride - Dave Edmunds [32]
                      09(11) I Just Wanna Be Your Everything - Andy Gibb [26]
                      10(16) We're All Alone - Rita Coolidge [19]
                      11(05) Feel The Need - Detroit Emeralds [14]
                      12 (-) When Two Worlds Drift Apart - Cliff Richard [46]
                      13(13) It's Your L:ife - Smokie [24]
                      14(09) One Step Away - Tavares [16]
                      15 (-) All I Think about Is You - Nillson
                      16 (-) The Crunch - Rah Band [21]
                      17(03) Old School Yard - Cat Stevens
                      18(08) Give A Little Bit - Supertramp [31]
                      19 (-) Heaven On The Seventh Floor - Paul Nicholas [43]
                      20 (-) Three Ring Circus - Barry Biggs [22]

                      30 July 77

                      01(04) Roadrunner - Jonathan Richman & Modern Lovers [21]
                      02(05) People In Love - 10cc
                      03(03) Easy - Commodores [10]
                      04(01) Angelo - Brotherhood Of Man [04]
                      05 (-) Float On - Floaters [16]
                      06 (-) You Got What It Takes - Showaddywaddy [15]
                      07 (-) Nights On Broadway - Candi Staton [27]
                      08(02) I Feel Love - Donna Summer [01]
                      09(06) Dreams - Fleetwood Mac [30]
                      10(10) We're All Alone - Rita Coolidge [09]
                      11(13) It's Your Life - Smokie [18]
                      12 (-) This Perfect Day - Saints [36]
                      13(12) When Two Worlds Drift Apart - Cliff Richard [49]
                      14(20) Three Ring Circus - Barry Biggs [25]
                      15(08) I Knew The Bride - Dave Edmunds [26]
                      16 (-) Dancin' Easy - Danny Williams [50]
                      17 (-) A Little Boogie Woogie - Gary Glitter [35]
                      18 (-) Do What You Wanna Do - T Connection [31]
                      19(07) Ma Baker - Boney M [02]
                      20 (-) Oh Lori - Alessi [08]


                      Pretty amazing that 10cc single failed to make the singles chart....

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                      • #12
                        I was also surprised when 'People In Love' failed to reach the top 50. It entered the Breakers Chart at #1 (13/08/77) before vanishing the following week. The single had been released in early July 1977 so was struggling from day one. The band (by now a duo) would reach number 1 with their next release before the hits dried up.

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                        • #13
                          6 Aug 77

                          01(06) You Got What It Takes - Showaddywaddy [09]
                          02(05) Float On - Floaters [14]
                          03(09) Dreams - Fleetwood Mac [27]
                          04(01) Roadrunner - Jonathan Richman & Modern Lovers [24]
                          05(16) Dancin' Easy - Danny Williams [32]
                          06 (-) Something Better Change - Stranglers [15]
                          07 (-) That's What Friends Are For - Deniece Williams [30]
                          08(02) People In Love - 10cc
                          09(07) Nights On Broadway - Candi Staton [26]
                          10(11) It's Your Life - Smokie [07]
                          11 (-) You Made Me Believe In Magic - Bay City Rollers [34]
                          12 (-) Me And The Elephant - Gene Cotton
                          13(03) Easy - Commodores [11]
                          14 (-) I'm In You - Peter Frampton [46]
                          15(08) I Feel Love - Donna Summer [01]
                          16(re) The Crunch - Rah Band [13]
                          17 (-) Slow Down - John Miles [12]
                          18(04) Angelo - Brotherhood Of Man [02]
                          19(14) Three Ring Circus - Barry Biggs [23]
                          20(15) I Knew The Bride - Dave Edmunds [29]


                          The corny but effective 'Me And The Elephant' got so much airplay it's surprising to realise it never made the charts...

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                          • #14
                            It got to 51 on the Breakers - spent 5 weeks on the Breakers from 2 Jul 77 in a run of 60-60-54-51-51.
                            http://thechartbook.co.uk - for the latest are best chart book - By Decade!
                            Now including NME, Record Mirror and Melody Maker from the UK and some Billboard charts

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                            • #15
                              'Me And The Elephant' was a big airplay hit, not only on my local independent radio station but also on both Radio 1 and Radio Luxembourg too.

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                              • #16
                                ^

                                Yes, the song has become quite widely known despite never being a hit.

                                I'll admit to having a bit of a soft spot for it....

                                There was a cover version by Terry Wogan about a year later that also got airplay.

                                For whatever reason Gene Cotton (according to Wiki) never released it as a single in his native USA.

                                It was also covered by Bobby Goldsboro but for some reason he changed the title to 'Me and The Elephants', which makes no sense IMO.
                                Last edited by Metalweb; Thu March 4, 2021, 03:04.

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                                • #17
                                  20 Aug 77

                                  01(04) That's What Friends Are For - Deniece Williams [10]
                                  02(06) Nobody Does It Better - Carly Simon [14]
                                  03 (-) Dancing In The Moonlight - Thin Lizzy [23]
                                  04 (-) Think I'm Gonna Fall In Love With You - Dooleys [28]
                                  05(09) Tulane - Steve Gibbons Band [22]
                                  06(02) Something Better Change - Stranglers [09]
                                  07 (-) Way Down - Elvis Presley [42]
                                  08(03) Float On - Floaters [04]
                                  09 (-) Dreamer - Jacksons [33]
                                  10 (-) I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind - Yvonne Elliman [31]
                                  11 (-) Spanish Stroll - Mink DeVille [25]
                                  12 (-) The Crunch - Rah Band [06]
                                  13(18) Roadrunner - Jonathan Richman & Modern Lovers [12]
                                  14(07) If I Have To Go Away - Jigsaw [36]
                                  15(11) Dancin' Easy - Danny Williams [30]
                                  16 (-) Sunshine After The Rain - Elkie Brooks [45]
                                  17(05) You Got What It Takes - Showaddywaddy [02]
                                  18(01) Nights On Broadway - Candi Staton [15]
                                  19(20) People In Love - 10cc
                                  20 (-) Daytime Friends - Kenny Rogers

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                                  • #18
                                    27 Aug 77

                                    01(03) Dancing In The Moonlight - Thin Lizzy [23]
                                    02(02) Nobody Does It Better - Carly Simon [10]
                                    03(04) Think I'm Gonna Fall In Love With You - Dooleys [28]
                                    04 (-) Magic Fly - Space [16]
                                    05 (-) You Take My Heart Away - DeEtta Little & Nelson Pigford [36]
                                    06(16) Sunshine After The Rain - Elkie Brooks [29]
                                    07(06) Something Better Change - Stranglers [12]
                                    08 (-) Down Deep Inside - Donna Summer [21]
                                    09(05) Tulane - Steve Gibbons Band [17]
                                    10(09) Dreamer - Jacksons [31]
                                    11 (-) All I Think About Is You - Nillson [43]
                                    12(11) Spanish Stroll - Mink DeVille [24]
                                    13(07) Way Down - Elvis Presley [04]
                                    14(10) I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind - Yvonne Elliman [33]
                                    15 (-) Silver Lady - David Soul [30]
                                    16(18) Nights On Broadway - Candi Staton [09]
                                    17(08) Float On - Floaters [01]
                                    18 (-) Do Anything You Wanna Do - Rods [19]
                                    19(12) The Crunch - Rah Band [06]
                                    20(13) Roadrunner - Jonathan Richman & Modern Lovers [14]
                                    Last edited by Metalweb; Sat March 6, 2021, 19:22.

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                                    • #19
                                      'Magic Fly' by Space is still an excellent track. I bought the single around mid to late August in 1977.

                                      Peter Soul?!

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                                      • #20
                                        ^

                                        Corrected, thanks!

                                        Agree re Space - great track.

                                        Would have made Number One if Elvis hadn't popped his clogs...

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                                        • #21
                                          3 Sept 77

                                          01(13) Way Down - Elvis Presley [01]
                                          02(08) Down Deep Inside - Donna Summer [14]
                                          03(06) Sunshine After The Rain - Elkie Brooks [25]
                                          04(04) Magic Fly - Space [05]
                                          05(15) Silver Lady - David Soul [10]
                                          06 (-) Oxygene Pt 4 - Jean-Michel Jarre [12]
                                          07(01) Dancing In The Moonlight - Thin Lizzy [15]
                                          08(09) Tulane - Steve Gibbons Band [13]
                                          09 (-) Telephone Man - Meri Wilson [26]
                                          10 (-) Down The Hall - Four Seasons [34]
                                          11(12) Spanish Stroll - Mink DeVille [21]
                                          12(14) Can't Get You Out My Mind - Yvonne Elliman [29]
                                          13(02) Nobody Does It Better - Carly Simon [09]
                                          14 (re) That's What Friends Are for - Deniece Williams [08]
                                          15(10) Dreamer - Jacksons [30]
                                          16(05) You Take My Heart Away - DeEtta Little & Nelson Pigford [35]
                                          17(17) Floaters - Float On [02]
                                          18 (re) Daytime Friends - Kenny Rogers
                                          19(16) Nights On Broadway - Candi Staton [06]
                                          20(19) The Crunch - Rah Band [07]

                                          Must admit I've no memory at all of 'You Take My Heart Away' even after googling it and listening to it again....

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                                          • #22
                                            I recall the title but not the song. It's the sort of song I normally would remember as it's awful which makes me think it was never played much on radio. I can't believe people were choosing to listen to it on pub jukeboxes!

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                                            • #23
                                              17 Sept 77

                                              01(04) Telephone Man - Meri Wilson [10]
                                              02(07) Thunder In My Heart - Leo Sayer [28]
                                              03(15) Another Star - Stevie Wonder [29]
                                              04 (-) Best Of My Love - Emotions [14]
                                              05(02) Silver Lady - David Soul [03]
                                              06(01) Oxygene Pt 4 - Jean-Michel Jarre [04]
                                              07(05) Sunshine After The Rain - Elkie Brooks [18]
                                              08 (-) From New York To L.A. - Patsy Gallant [26]
                                              09 (-) Waiting In Vain - Bob Marley [32]
                                              10(14) Gimme Dat Banana - Black Gorilla [30]
                                              11 (-) Black Is Black - La Belle Epoque [27]
                                              12(06) Way Down - Elvis Presley [01]
                                              13(03) Down Deep Inside - Donna Summer [05]
                                              14(re) I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind - Yvonne Elliman [21]
                                              15(11) It's Now Or Never - Elvis Presley
                                              16(08) Magic Fly - Space [02]
                                              17(20) Daytime Friends - Kenny Rogers [41]
                                              18 (-) Looking After No.1 - Boomtown Rats [13]
                                              19(16) Do Anything You Wanna Do - Rods [20]
                                              20(19) Crying In The Chapel - Elvis Presley

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                                              • #24
                                                1 Oct 77

                                                01(01) I Remember Elvis Presley - Danny Mirror [11]
                                                02(06) From New York to L.A. [09]
                                                03 (-) I Remember Yesterday - Donna Summer [21]
                                                04(02) Best Of My Love - Emotions [07]
                                                05 (-) I Need You - Joe Dolan
                                                06(08) Waiting In Vain - Bob Marley [28]
                                                07(12) Black Is Black - La Belle Epoque [08]
                                                08(04) Thunder In My Heart - Leo Sayer [25]
                                                09 (-) Wondrous Stories - Yes [16]
                                                10(09) Black Betty - Ram Jam [18]
                                                11 (-) Star Wars Theme - Meco [44]
                                                12(03) Another Star - Stevie Wonder [32]
                                                13 (-) Cool Out Tonight - David Essex [27]
                                                14(re) I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind - Yvonne Elliman [17]
                                                15(05) Telephone Man - Meri Wilson [06]
                                                16 (-) I'm Just A Country Boy - Don Williams
                                                17 (-) Higher And Higher - Rita Coolidge
                                                18(07) Silver Lady - David Soul [02]
                                                19(re) Magic Fly - Space [03]
                                                20(19) Looking After No. 1 - Boomtown Rats [14]

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                                                • #25
                                                  8 Oct 77

                                                  01(03) I Remember Yesterday - Donna Summer [17]
                                                  02 (-) Home Is Where The Heart Is - Gladys Knight & The Pips [35]
                                                  03(01) I Remember Elvis Presley - Danny Mirror [08]
                                                  04 (-) From Here To Eternity - Giorgio [25]
                                                  05(02) From New York To L.A. - Patsy Gallant [06]
                                                  06(11) Star Wars Theme - Meco [24]
                                                  07 (-) Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft - Carpenters [49]
                                                  08 (-) Rockin' All Over The World - Status Quo [32]
                                                  09 (-) Yes Sir I Can Boogie - Baccara [14]
                                                  10(07) Black Is Black - La Belle Epoque [03]
                                                  11(09) Wondrous Stories - Yes [07]
                                                  12 (-) The Greatest Love Of All - George Benson [29]
                                                  13 (-) Do Your Dance - Rose Royce [30]
                                                  14 (-) No More Heroes - Stranglers [13]
                                                  15(04) Best Of My Love - Emotions [04]
                                                  16(17) Higher And Higher - Rita Coolidge
                                                  17(13) Cool Out Tonight - David Essex [23]
                                                  18(18) Silver Lady - David Soul [01]
                                                  19(10) Black Betty - Ram Jam [16]
                                                  20(08) Thunder In My Heart - Leo Sayer [22]

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