US Top 40 Singles Week Ending 9th April, 1977

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TW LW TITLE Artist (Label)-Weeks on Chart (Peak Position)

1 2 DANCING QUEEN –•– Abba (Atlantic)-18 (1 week at #1) (1)
2 3 DON’T GIVE UP ON US –•– David Soul (Private Stock)-11 (2)
3 4 DON’T LEAVE ME THIS WAY –•– Thelma Houston (Tamla)-17 (3)
4 1 RICH GIRL –•– Daryl Hall and John Oates (RCA)-12 (1)
5 6 SOUTHERN NIGHTS –•– Glen Campbell (Capitol)-9 (5)
6 7 THE THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE –•– 10cc (Mercury)-14 (6)
7 8 HOTEL CALIFORNIA –•– The Eagles (Asylum)-7 (7)
8 9 I’VE GOT LOVE ON MY MIND –•– Natalie Cole (Capitol)-11 (8)
9 5 LOVE THEME FROM “A STAR IS BORN” (Evergreen) –•– Barbra Streisand (Columbia)-18 (1)
10 12 SO IN TO YOU –•– The Atlanta Rhythm Section (Polydor)-11 (10)

11 11 CARRY ON WAYWARD SON –•– Kansas (Kirshner)-16 (11)
12 10 MAYBE I’M AMAZED –•– Wings (Capitol)-9 (10)
13 13 FLY LIKE AN EAGLE –•– The Steve Miller Band (Capitol)-17 (2)
14 18 TRYING TO LOVE TWO –•– William Bell (Mercury)-8 (14)
15 19 RIGHT TIME OF THE NIGHT –•– Jennifer Warnes (Arista)-11 (15)
16 15 SAY YOU’LL STAY UNTIL TOMORROW –•– Tom Jones (Epic)-14 (15)
17 21 WHEN I NEED YOU –•– Leo Sayer (Warner Brothers)-7 (17)
18 22 I WANNA GET NEXT TO YOU –•– Rose Royce (MCA)-7 (18)
19 14 I LIKE DREAMIN’ –•– Kenny Nolan (20th Century)-23 (3)
20 20 SAM –•– Olivia Newton-John (MCA)-11 (20)

21 26 LIDO SHUFFLE –•– Boz Scaggs (Columbia)-5 (21)
22 23 THE FIRST CUT IS THE DEEPEST –•– Rod Stewart (Warner Brothers)-9 (22)
23 30 CAN’T STOP DANCIN’ –•– The Captain and Tennille (A&M)-4 (23)
24 28 DISCO LUCY (“I Love Lucy” Theme) –•– The Wilton Place Street Band (Island)-14 (24)
25 35 I’M YOUR BOOGIE MAN / WRAP YOUR ARMS AROUND ME –•– K.C. and the Sunshine Band (T.K.)-7 (25)
26 27 FREE / CAUSE YOU LOVE ME BABY –•– Denise Williams (Columbia)-18 (26)
27 33 COULDN’T GET IT RIGHT –•– The Climax Blues Band (Sire)-8 (27)
28 32 YOUR LOVE –•– Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. (ABC)-4 (28)
29 24 DO YA –•– The Electric Light Orchestra (United Artists)-10 (24)
30 31 AT MIDNIGHT (My Love Will Lift You Up) –•– Rufus Featruing Chaka Kahn (ABC)-9 (30)

31 48 CALLING DR. LOVE –•– Kiss (Casablanca)-4 (31)
32 36 N.Y., YOU GOT ME DANCING –•– The Andrea True Connection (Buddah)-8 (32)
33 16 TORN BETWEEN TWO LOVERS –•– Mary MacGregor (Ariola America)-21 (1)
34 17 NIGHT MOVES –•– Bob Seger (Capitol)-18 (4)
35 40 ANGEL IN YOUR ARMS –•– Hot (Big Tree)-8 (35)
36 38 LOVE IN ‘C’ MINOR (Part 1) –•– Cerrone (Cotillion)-7 (36)
37 46 SOMETIMES –•– The Facts Of Life (Kayvette)-6 (37)
38 44 DANCIN’ MAN –•– Q (Epic)-5 (38)
39 39 MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR –•– Ambrosia (20th Century)-7 (39)
40 42 SPRING RAIN –•– Silvetti (Salsoul)-12 (39)

OFF THE CHARTS

51 29 GO YOUR OWN WAY –•– Fleetwood Mac (Warner Brothers)-14 (10)
63 25 GLORIA –•– Enchantment (United Artists)-11 (25)
96 34 ALL STRUNG OUT ON YOU –•– John Travolta (Midland International)-8 (34)
100 37 SOMETHIN’ ‘BOUT ‘CHA –•– Latimore (Glades)-10 (37)

POWER PLAYS

41 57 LONELY BOY –•– Andrew Gold (Asylum)-4 (41)
42 47 HEARD IT IN A LOVE SONG –•– The Marshall Tucker Band (Capricorn)-5 (42)
43 45 PHANTOM WRITER –•– Gary Wright (Warner Brothers)-6 (43)
44 56 THERE WILL COME A DAY (I’m Gonna Happen To You) –•– Smokey Robinson (Tamla)-8 (44)
45 55 UPTOWN FESTIVAL (Motown Medley) (Part 1) –•– Shalamar (Soul Train)-5 (45)
46 58 MY SWEET LADY –•– John Denver (RCA)-5 (46)
47 60 WHODUNIT –•– Tavares (Capitol)-3 (47)
48 74 SIR DUKE –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-2 (48)
49 59 TIE YOUR MOTHER DOWN –•– Queen (Elektra)-4 (49)
50 65 HELLO STRANGER –•– Yvonne Elliman (RSO)-4 (50)

DEBUTS THIS WEEK

82 — SLOW DANCIN’ DON’T TURN ME ON –•– The Addrisi Brothers (Buddah)-1 (82)
83 — YOU ARE ON MY MIND –•– Chicago (Columbia)-1 (83)
84 — BACK IN THE SADDLE –•– Aerosmith (Columbia)-1 (84)
85 — THE WHISTLER –•– Jethro Tull (Chrysalis)-1 (85)
86 — SOUND AND VISION –•– David Bowie (RCA)-1 (86)
87 — BROOKLYN –•– Cody Jameson (Atco)-1 (87)
89 — HOLD BACK THE NIGHT / (Let Me Get) SWEET ON YOU –•– Graham Parker and the Rumour (Mercury)-1 (89)
90 — SHOW YOU THE WAY TO GO –•– The Jacksons (Epic)-1 (90)
98 — YOU’RE MOVIN’ OUT TODAY –•– Bette Midler (Atlantic)-1 (98)

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