AMERICAN TOP 40 REPLAY- NOVEMBER 27, 1976

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American Top 40 replay this weekend- on the 70’s on 7- from the week of November 27, 1976- A pretty good week.

1 1 TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT (Gonna Be Alright) –•– Rod Stewart (Warner Brothers)-9 (3 weeks at #1) (1)  A
2 2 THE WRECK OF THE EDMUND FITZGERALD –•– Gordon Lightfoot (Reprise)-14 (2) A+
3 3 LOVE SO RIGHT –•– Bee Gees (RSO)-11 (3) A-
4 4 MUSKRAT LOVE –•– The Captain and Tennille (A&M)-10 (4) F–
5 6 THE RUBBERBAND MAN –•– The Spinners (Atlantic)-12 (5) A
6 5 DISCO DUCK (Part 1) –•– Rick Dees and His Cast Of Idiots (RSO)-16 (1) D
7 8 JUST TO BE CLOSE TO YOU –•– The Commodores (Motown)-11 (7) A
8 9 BETH / DETROIT ROCK CITY –•– Kiss (Casablanca)-13 (8) B+
9 12 MORE THAN A FEELING –•– Boston (Epic)-11 (9) A
10 11 NADIA’S THEME (The Young and the Restless) –•– Barry DeVorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr. (A&M)-14 (10) B+

11 7 ROCK’N ME –•– The Steve Miller Band (Capitol)-16 (1) B
12 14 YOU ARE THE WOMAN –•– Firefall (Atlantic)-15 (12) B
13 15 NIGHTS ARE FOREVER WITHOUT YOU –•– England Dan and John Ford Coley (Big Tree)-8 (13) C
14 18 YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A STAR (To Be In My Show) –•– Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. (ABC)-12 (14) A
15 10 DO YOU FEEL LIKE WE DO –•– Peter Frampton (A&M)-11 (10) A
16 22 YOU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE DANCING –•– Leo Sayer (Warner Brothers)-6 (16) B
17 19 THE BEST DISCO IN TOWN (Medley) –•– The Ritchie Family (Marlin)-14 (17) D
18 20 I NEVER CRY –•– Alice Cooper (Warner Brothers)-16 (18) B+
19 28 SORRY SEEMS TO BE THE HARDEST WORD –•– Elton John (Rocket)-3 (19) B+
20 25 STAND TALL –•– Burton Cummings (Portrait)-8 (20) B

21 23 LOVE ME –•– Yvonne Elliman (RSO)-9 (21) B-
22 29 AFTER THE LOVIN’ –•– Engelbert Humperdinck (Epic)-6 (22) C
23 13 FERNANDO –•– Abba (Atlantic)-13 (13) A
24 26 LOVE BALLAD –•– L.T.D. (A&M)-9 (24) C
25 16 IF YOU LEAVE ME NOW –•– Chicago (Columbia)-16 (1) A
26 17 (Don’t Fear) THE REAPER –•– Blue Oyster Cult (Columbia)-18 (12) A
27 31 HOT LINE –•– The Sylvers (Capitol)-8 (27) D
28 32 LIVIN’ THING –•– Electric Light Orchestra (United Artists)-6 (28) A
29 33 HELLO OLD FRIEND –•– Eric Clapton (RSO)-7 (29) B
30 40 DAZZ –•– Brick (Bang)-6 (30) C

31 21 MAGIC MAN –•– Heart (Mushroom)-20 (9) A
32 36 IT’S A LONG WAY THERE –•– Little River Band (Harvest)-11 (32) B-
33 24 I ONLY WANT TO BE WITH YOU –•– The Bay City Rollers (Arista)-13 (12) C
34 27 PLAY THAT FUNKY MUSIC –•– Wild Cherry (Epic)-24 (1) C
35 30 NICE ‘N’ NAASTY –•– The Salsoul Orchestra (Salsoul)-11 (30) C-
36 34 A FIFTH OF BEETHOVEN –•– Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band (Private Stock)-27 (1) B
37 35 YOU ARE MY STARSHIP –•– Norman Connors Featuring Michael Henderson (Buddah)-14 (27) B
38 42 JEANS ON –•– David Dundas (Chrysalis)-8 (38) C+
39 37 SHE’S GONE –•– Daryl Hall and John Oates (Atlantic)-27 (7) A+
40 48 WHENEVER I’M AWAY FROM YOU –•– John Travolta (Midland International)-5 (40) D

12 responses to “AMERICAN TOP 40 REPLAY- NOVEMBER 27, 1976

  1. This time I didn’t find any that I forgot about. The Clapton song sounds a little like George in parts.
    Off Topic: Have you read Solid State yet?

    • Yes the audio version. I’m about the same into the Love Me Do book.

      I liked it and there were some things I didn’t know. How close they came of doing something else later. I’m an optimistic person though so maybe I read too much into it…Lennon was so erratic… I’d like your view point when you are done.

      I liked the tie in with the new control board…because it did change their sound dramatically.

    • Off topic- Don’t know if you get Turner Classic Movie channel or not but Tuesday at 10:15pm they are playing an interview with Oscar Lavent.

    • I set the DVR to record it right before I messaged you…It didn’t give details as to when it was recorded- but should be an interesting half hour.

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