WABC MusicRadio 77 Survey for Week of 7 July 1976
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Survey collected and contributed by Ken Williamson
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TW LW 1. Kiss and Say Goodbye - The Manhattans (Columbia)*2 weeks #1*1 2. Silly Love Songs - Wings (Capitol) 2 3. More, More, More, Part 1 - Andrea True Connection (Buddah) 5 4. Sara Smile - Daryl Hall & John Oates (RCA) 8 5. Turn the Beat Around - Vicki Sue Robinson (RCA) 6 6. Misty Blue - Dorothy Moore (Malaco) 4 7. Love Hangover - Diana Ross (Motown) 3 8. You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine - Lou Rawls (Philadelphia International) 11 9. Afternoon Delight - Starland Vocal Band (Windsong) 14 10. Get Up and Boogie (That's Right) - Silver Convention (Midland International) 7 11. Shop Around - The Captain & Tennille (A&M) 10 12. I'll Be Good to You - The Brothers Johnson (A&M) 9 13. Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel, Part 1 - Tavares (Capitol)12 14. Shannon - Henry Gross (Lifesong) 13 17. Got to Get You Into My Life - The Beatles (Capitol) -- 18. Rock and Roll Music - The Beach Boys (Brother/Reprise) 34 21. The Boys Are Back In Town - Thin Lizzy (Mercury) -- 28. Let Her In - John Travolta (Midland International) 36 29. Moonlight Feels Right - Starbuck (Private Stock) 43 HP Another Rainy Day in New York City - Chicago (Columbia) HP Get Closer - Seals & Crofts (Warner Brothers) HP Let 'Em In (Album cut) - Wings (Capitol) THE TOP TEN ALBUMS: Wings at the Speed of Sound - Wings (Capitol) Frampton Comes Alive! - Peter Frampton (A&M) Rock 'n' Roll Music - The Beatles (Capitol) Fleetwood Mac - Fleetwood Mac (Reprise) Chicago X - Chicago (Columbia) Breezin' - George Benson (Warner Brothers) Rocks - Aerosmith (Columbia) Diana Ross - Diana Ross (Motown) A Love Trilogy - Donna Summer (Oasis) Black and Blue - The Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones) SPECIAL NOTES: The survey premiered on Wednesday (7), rather than Tuesday (6), due to the 4 July holiday weekend. Both versions of "Let 'Em In" were played on the air; the single version announced as a "Hot Prospect," while the album cut was introduced as "from the album, 'Wings At the Speed of Sound.'"
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