AMERICAN TOP 40 70’S ON 7 REPLAY- OCTOBER 14, 1978

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1 1 KISS YOU ALL OVER –•– Exile (Warner Brothers / Curb) -15 (3 weeks at #1) (1) C+
2 3 HOT CHILD IN THE CITY –•– Nick Gilder (Chrysalis) -19 (2) F
3 2 BOOGIE OOGIE OOGIE –•– A Taste Of Honey (Capitol) -17 (1) B
4 4 DON’T LOOK BACK –•– Boston (Epic) -9 (4) B
5 6 REMINISCING –•– Little River Band (Harvest) -12 (5) B
6 9 YOU NEEDED ME –•– Anne Murray (Capitol) -14 (6) B
7 8 LOVE IS IN THE AIR –•– John Paul Young (Scotti Brothers) -14 (7) C
8 10 WHENEVER I CALL YOU “FRIEND” –•– Kenny Loggins (Columbia) -12 (8) A
9 5 SUMMER NIGHTS –•– John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John and Cast (RSO) -11 (5) C
10 7 HOPELESSLY DEVOTED TO YOU –•– Olivia Newton-John (RSO) -15 (3) C

11 21 MacARTHUR PARK –•– Donna Summer (Casablanca) -6 (11) A
12 12 HOLLYWOOD NIGHTS –•– Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band (Capitol) -10 (12) A
13 14 RIGHT DOWN THE LINE –•– Gerry Rafferty (United Artists) -10 (13) A
14 16 HOW MUCH I FEEL –•– Ambrosia (Warner Brothers) -7 (14) B
15 17 GET OFF –•– Foxy (Dash) -13 (15) C
16 18 BACK IN THE U.S.A. –•– Linda Ronstadt (Asylum) -9 (16) A
17 19 SHE’S ALWAYS A WOMAN –•– Billy Joel (Columbia) -10 (17) A
18 20 YOU NEVER DONE IT LIKE THAT –•– The Captain and Tennille (A&M) -11 (18) D
19 22 WHO ARE YOU –•– The Who (MCA) -8 (19) A
20 26 DOUBLE VISION –•– Foreigner (Atlantic) -4 (20) C

21 11 THREE TIMES A LADY –•– The Commodores (Motown) -18 (1) B
22 24 I LOVE THE NIGHTLIFE (Disco ‘Round) –•– Alicia Bridges (Polydor) -15 (22) B
23 25 TALKING IN YOUR SLEEP –•– Crystal Gayle (United Artists) -12 (23) B
24 27 BEAST OF BURDEN –•– Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones) -6 (24) A+
25 30 IT’S A LAUGH –•– Daryl Hall and John Oates (RCA) -8 (25) A
26 29 JOSIE –•– Steely Dan (ABC) -8 (26) B+
27 28 5.7.0.5 –•– City Boy (Mercury) -10 (27) C
28 13 AN EVERLASTING LOVE –•– Andy Gibb (RSO) -14 (5) B
29 43 I JUST WANNA STOP –•– Gino Vannelli (A&M) -6 (29) B
30 34 DANCE (Disco Heat) –•– Sylvester (Fantasy) -9 (30) C

31 39 READY TO TAKE A CHANCE AGAIN –•– Barry Manilow (Arista) -5 (31) C
32 35 I WILL STILL LOVE YOU –•– Stonebolt (Parachute) -11 (32) C
33 33 ALMOST LIKE BEING IN LOVE –•– Michael Johnson (EMI-America) -10 (33) B
34 15 OH! DARLING –•– Robin Gibb (RSO) -10 (15) C
35 23 COME TOGETHER –•– Aerosmith (Columbia) -11 (23) A
36 38 TOOK THE LAST TRAIN –•– David Gates (Elektra) -10 (36) B
37 48 SHARING THE NIGHT TOGETHER –•– Dr. Hook (Capitol) -5 (37) B
38 40 SWEET LIFE –•– Paul Davis (Bang) -8 (38) B
39 42 LONDON TOWN –•– Wings (Capitol) -6 (39) A
40 37 HEARTBREAKER –•– Dolly Parton (RCA) -8 (37) B

17 responses to “AMERICAN TOP 40 70’S ON 7 REPLAY- OCTOBER 14, 1978

  1. You’re particularly harsh on this week’s crop of songs. I love “Kiss You All Over”, “Hopelessly Devoted to You”, “Love is in the Air” and “Ready to Take a Chance Again”. Absolutely hated “Hot Child in the City” for years until I heard it featured on an episode of “Sex in the City”, which gave me a new perspective. Still not wild about it, but no longer hate it like I used to.

  2. Kind of a bland top 40 with some standouts though.
    I do like the Alicia Bridges song. Always wanted to hear a rock and roll version of it.

    • After that 1972 Top 40 of a couple weeks ago- it does seem kind of bland- but I agree some good ones in there too. Only 2 of them though that if they came on the radio I”d quickly change the channel.

    • off topic- I see David Freese has retired. He’d be someone for the Pirates to consider for their managing position– but he seems like a good guy I’d hate to see him suffer.

    • Man, I just got a great laugh out of your last line. The news took me by surprise and the Dodgers will miss him. When they needed a hit he would come through. Really him and Turner are the two I wanted to see up with people on…he was hurt a lot this year.

      I wonder what his plans are…you never know. He was a coach also with the Dodger in reality.

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