April 14, 1979: Gino Soccio, Eugene Record, Eruption, Carrie Lucas, Sister Sledge

Disco Forum VI in New York is only three months away, running from Thursday, July 12 to Sunday, July 15 . . . and the next Forum in February is scheduled for Los Angeles. If you want to combine a visit to New York’s disco scene with this event, it’s obvious that July is the only possible time to do this for more than a year now. As previously mentioned, Adrian Webb of Southgate Royalty is organising a package trip to the July Forum for UK DJs (and anyone else who’s interested), and the deal sounds very attractive indeed. So far, working on only a very small number of travelers (it gets better the more there are), he is offering for just over £300 a package to include Jumbo flight from Heathrow, road transport to and from hotel (and possibly a city bus while there), a week’s accommodation at either the Hilton or Sheraton, and probably entrance to clubs all arranged in advance – the trip lasting from Wednesday, July 11 to Wednesday, July 19. The accommodation would be for a shared room, but private rooms could be booked for slightly extra. So far this price does not include entrance to the Forum, which at “early bird” rates would be another £105 for DJs, although if enough people apply there is a strong possibility of a deal being done there too. Interested? Then write to Adrian Webb at the Royalty, Winchmore Hill Road, Southgate, London N14, or ring 01-886 4112. Nearly everyone I know is going, me too!


Disco News

Radio Luxembourg now features the Top 30 from Record Mirror’s Disco Chart in their Disco Computer show every Wednesday night from midnight till 2 am Thursday morning, this particular slot being for the nation’s most danced-to records . . . Disco Tech of Pittsburgh, USA, are selling a ‘Beatmeter’ which gives a visual display of beat patterns from both decks and signals when a potential mix is a perfect match! I can imagine the response from some of you! . . . Raul De Souza’s LP reviewed on import last week is now out here as Tower EST 11918 . . . ‘Living On The Frontline / Frontline Symphony’ by Eddy Grant (Ice LP), raved about by me last August, is due for revival following renewed DJ attention thanks to a Chris Hill-prompted tie-in with Ensign . . . Dennis Brown ‘Ain’t That Loving You’ and Sticky Fingers ‘Wastin’ My Love’ are due on 12in next week, followed soon by Jackie McLean ‘Dr Jackyll & Mr Funk’ . . . Shirley Bassey goes disco on US UA 12in with ‘This Is My Life’! . . . Bournemouth’s Village reopens on April 27th as the Stateside Center, comprising the New York disco, Walt’s Diner, Brickenbackers, Sneaky Pete’s Bar and Village Bowl theatre, with a National Soul Festival on May 6th featuring Chris Hill, Greg Edwards, Robbie Vincent and Light Of The World – hmm, think I’ll check that out myself! . . . Southgate Royalty, already with a new sound system, will be getting Paradise Garage-style lighting soon, while on the Saturday after the Caister Funk Weekender the Royalty starts a weekly New York mixing night with Froggy’s additional sound system creating 5 kilowatts of quadra-pan surround sound zapping around the room! May Bank Holiday Monday (7th) sees Chris Hill and the usual mafia at a Royalty all-dayer, too. Whit Monday (May 28) could see a Caister Reunion all-nighter in the early hours of the Bank Holiday not a million miles from London’s Leicester Square . . . Larry Foster has left Ilford’s Room At The Top to return to his Mad Hatter mobile, but wants guest nights (or bookings on 01-554 4934) . . . Nick Halliday now also funks Bagshot Pantiles on Wed/Thursdays and Camberley Banners on Saturdays (what about Robin?) . . . Scott Wilson is now joined by Radio Forth jocks every Friday at Edinburgh’s Tony’s Cellar Bar . . . G. Paul Sharpe is playing more real disco music following Brighouse Stardust Showbar’s equipment update and name change to Sammy’s . . . John ‘No Jeans’ Lewis (Brighton Metro) is disgruntled by GTO’s rejection of his mailing list application – dunno why, though, ‘cos think what he’ll save in buying the occasional Heatwave single instead of incessant stamps for reaction reports! . . . Steve Wiggins (Barry Rugby Club) keeps getting his Polydor mail-outs stolen – stop thief! . . . K-Tel’s Scandinavian labels Arrival and Chart release product from Can’t Stop Prods, Ibis, Prism, Prelude, etc., often in original US form . . . Richard Evans ‘Do-Re-Me-For-Soul’ (US Horizon LP) is 117 bpm, and not of course as printed last week, 177 bpm.


UK Newies

GINO SOCCIO: ‘Dancer’ / ‘Dance To Dance’ (Warner Bros LV 23) (BNDA debut 2/24/79)
Immensely powerful but dead simple floor-filler on 8:23 12in hits a great going-nowhere 122bpm groove that pounds right through your skull and should smash, while the slow-starting and more lightweight 128bpm girlie group jumper on the 7:09 flip is also ludicrously repetitive and equally big in America. Terrific value!

EUGENE RECORD: ‘Magnetism’ (Warner Bros. LV 24)
Brought back to Britain by yours truly only to find that WEA hadn’t even heard of it, this dynamite exciting 7:03 12in explodes with some shattering synthesizer blasts before becoming, surprisingly, a 125bpm soul leaper (I still think this vocal bit is too long) and then jumps into a great jazz-funk instrumental section that really piles on the heat! Check too the marathon 11:45 B-side medley of ‘I Don’t Mind/Take Everything’ for a laidback 108-106bpm reminder of his Chi-Lites days.

ERUPTION: ‘One Way Ticket’ (Atlantic K 11266-T) (BNDA debut 9/29/79)
Rather strangely this forcefully pounding unsubtle 124bpm pop chugger, on limited 3:34 12in, started life in 1959 as B-side to Neil Sedaka’s ‘Oh Carol’ and is structured lyrically around several late ‘50s song titles like ‘Bye Bye Love’, ‘Lonesome Town’ and ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ – see how many more you can spot! It remains extremely catchy. 

CARRIE LUCAS: ‘Dance With You’ (Solar FC 1482) (BNDA debut 3/10/79)
Great old fashioned jazzy organ jumps this 6:26 12in along at 127bpm until the sparser instrumental second half drops to 126bpm. Try mixing the main intro beat out of ‘Magnetism’!

SISTER SLEDGE: ‘Lost In Music’ (from LP ‘We Are Family’, Cotillion K 50587)
Along with the 115½bpm ‘He’s The Greatest Dancer’ and similarly cool but more straightforwardly thwacking 117bpm 8:06 title track, this other US disco hit is another 117bpm cross between the two, while also requested here is the slow-starting 102bpm ‘Thinking Of You’, again immediately identifiable. Luckily it’s a good sound!

TATA VEGA: ‘Get It Up For Love’ (from LP ‘Try My Love’, Motown STML 12103) (BNDA debut 4/14/79)
Due on 12in minus the LP’s irritating slow centre section, this comes-and-goes intensifying 119bpm revival of the Ben E. King/David Cassidy swaying jitterer is surprisingly hot in this version already, while also warm is the churning 122bpm clomper ‘I Just Keep Thinking About You Baby’.

DIANE: ‘Got To Give Away’ (Ice GUY 26-12)
Terrific buoyantly happy 110bpm calypso instrumental, a perfect mix into Lord Kitchener’s ‘Sugar Bum Bum’, on 12in with a not very different “disco mix” B-side version. Just for once, try injecting some different fun-time music into your set with this – it could well work (it certainly does for quite a few of us)!

RICHARD T. BEAR: ‘Sunshine Hotel (Just Walk On In)’ (RCA PC 1470) (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
Bouncy pop-orientated 117bpm thudder on 6:13 12in is rhythm dominated with chix supporting an oddly gruff fella between bursts of syndrums.

MANKIND: ‘Chain Reaction’ (Pinnacle PIN 13-12)
Fast 134bpm pop pounder with syndrums and male vocals, again excitingly produced like ‘Dr Who’ was and on white vinyl 5:12 12in.

BLAIR: ‘Night Life’ (Miracle M4-12)
Briefly available on import LP last summer but made huge by those few hip jocks on it, this atmospheric ponderously thudding slow 97bpm jazz-funk smoocher ends up on 7:20 12in at 105bpm having built with rich orchestration through hypnotic chanting, fluid guitar and synthesizer.

RAYDIO: ‘You Can’t Change That’ (Arista ARIST 249)
Lazily meandering 86bpm plodder with nagging ‘Jack & Jill’-type harmony hook, already getting the radio play that first hit was denied for so long.

DOOBIE BROTHERS: ‘What A Fool Believes’ (Warner Bros. K 17362) (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
Jim Burgess of Rod Stewart remix fame now fines down this attractively loping 120-122bpm pop hit for an emptier but more crisply clopping 5:13 12in version.

LOVE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: ‘Penthouse Presents Pulsating Disco And Romantic Moods For Loving And Dancing’ (Miracle MLP 3003)
Big on import for ages a while back, but in another mix (which many still prefer), this LP’s hottest cut is still ‘Let Me Be Your Fantasy’ – here in the Latin-tinged Tom Savarese remix of the 9:44 hustler, which veers between 124-126-124bpm. Originally marketed by Penthouse magazine with a gatefold sleeve of their Pets, it not surprisingly features a girlie group chanting the title line a lot before the Latin rhythm really takes over for the last half. The disjointed 126bpm ‘Let’s Make Love (In Public Places)’ 10:25 B-side never did really take off.

INNER CIRCLE: ‘Stop Breaking My Heart’ (Island WIP 6488)
Lurching 109bpm thumper with a pop-reggae sound and strong song.

PEACHES & HERB: ‘Reunited’ / ‘Easy As Pie’ (Polydor POSP 43)
Lovely dead slow 38bpm smoocher, while flip’s a nice jaunty 118bpm strutter.

HERB REED & SWEET RIVER: ‘Bubbling Under’ (PVK PV 20)
Great logical 45bpm doo-wop follow-on from ‘18 With A Bullet’, actually penned by Pete Wingfield!

BEE GEES: ‘Love You Inside Out’ (RSO 31)
Catchily freaky synthesizer intro to an otherwise pedestrian slow 95bpm ticker.

SPARKS: ‘The Number One Song In Heaven’ (Virgin VS 244)
Giorgio Moroder-produced 151bpm mess – yes, 151bpm! – big typically only in Scotland.

GARY GLITTER: ‘Superhero’ (GTO GT 247)
Ole barrel-chest returns with a modern “disco” 126bpm pop thumper – well, it’s got synthesizer.

SYLVIA LOVE: ‘Instant Love’ (RCA PC 5138)
‘I Feel Love’-type dated 131bpm synthesizer Europop, on 12in.

PLASTIC BERTRAND: ‘Tout Petit La Planete’ (Sire SIR 4012)
Kraftwerk-type lethargic 120bpm synthesizer plodder.

THIRD WORLD: ‘One Cold Vibe’ (Island 12XWIP 6485)
Incessantly pulsing reggae throbber with double-time 146bpm bass but realistically a 73bpm beat, now on longer and much better 12in – though it still needs a hook.

HONEY: ‘Superman! Superman!’ (EMI 12EMI 2904)
Slowed slightly to 136bpm, this totally pop-aimed juvenile ‘Love Crusader’-type pounder is now on 12in to try and sell it.

DEBORAH WASHINGTON: ‘Standing In The Shadows Of Love’ (Ariola ARPD 145/12) (BNDA debut 9/23/78)
Having stiffed on 7in, the 126bpm Four Tops revival belatedly gets a commercial 12in issue.


Imports

THE FORCE: ‘Rock Your Baby’ (US Philadelphia Int’l 2Z8 3679)
Not the George McCrae oldie, it’s a jauntily jiggling 124bpm handclapper on 7:03 12in, sung in sorta subdued Village People style over a powerfully pushing groove with an unusual bass-plonking rhythm break, jazzy brass and a synthesizer session before the chant-along finale. Flip’s an instrumental version.

VARIOUS. ‘Disco Spectacular Inspired By The Film “Hair”’ (US RCA AFL1-3356)
Warren Schatz-masterminded LP of just four ‘Hair’ songs given long disco renderings by a cast of Evelyn “Champagne” King, Vicki Sue Robinson, The Brothers, New York Community Choir and Revelation! All are done rather simply with thudding basic beat but they’re effective, the best being ‘Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In’ (117bpm) and ‘Good Morning Starshine’ (124bpm), while ‘Where Do I Go’ (120bpm) and ‘Easy To Be Hard’ (121bpm) are perfectly OK too.

ARTHUR ADAMS: ‘I Like It Funky’ (from LP ‘I Love, Love, Love, Love, Love, Love, Love My Lady’, US A&M SP 47562)
Jazz guitarist gets funky and stretches ahead of the otherwise cluttering brass on this great happily jumping 120bpm driver, while more vocal are the slightly rushed 117bpm funk jiggler ‘Boogie With Me’ and juddering 111bpm jittery chanter ‘Let’s Dance’.

MASS PRODUCTION: ‘Can’t You See I’m Fired Up’ (US Cotillion DSKO 154)
Available on LP ‘In The Purest Form’ (SD 5211) but due here soon in this 7:40 promo 12in version, the very clever builder starts at 114bpm before speeding imperceptibly in stages to a vocal 120bpm and excellent long instrumental 132bpm section before an “ah get it” 134bpm thumping fade . . . though you’d never notice the tempo changes.

NYTRO: ‘Nytro Express’ (US Whitfield WHID 8782)
Clanging bell and train hooter get ‘em “all aboard” an appropriately chugging 112bpm Norman Whitfield marathon 12:42 12in funker which winds up through typical tricks to a long instrumental section that mixes the musical elements in and out for an 118bpm conclusion.

THEO VANESS: ‘As Long As It’s Love’ (from LP ‘Bad Bad Boy’, US Prelude PRL 12165) (BNDA debut 4/14/79)
Village People-ish synthesizer 131bpm Eurodisco leaper with a “black man, white man, gay man, straight man” lyric and synthesizer backing is infectious enough to cross over from its obvious gay market and is due here soon on 12in. The other cuts keep it up in similar pop style, all between 128bpm and 134bpm.

FREDA PAYNE: ‘I’ll Do Anything For You’ (US Capitol 8509)
Pleasantly flowing band hustler with booming back beat and good rattling rhythm intro and break on 7:49 12in speeds briefly to 125bpm from 124bpm.

GROVER WASHINGTON JR: ‘Paradise’ LP (US Elektra 6E-182)
Complex jazzy set on yet another new label for the saxist, who teams with squeaky fiddle for the gradually unwinding 90bpm title track slowie, while the jerkily jaunty 116bpm ‘Icey’ is very pretty. Kinda specialist though.

UNDISPUTED TRUTH: ‘Show Time’ (US Whitfield WHID 8783)
Disappointingly dull and dated slow 93bpm funk burbler on 8:59 12in, with Norman Whitfield’s old ‘Car Wash’ clapping towards the end.


Hot Vinyl

Keith Jones (Manchester Placemate 3) import picks:
SHOTGUN: ‘Skate’ (US ABC LP)
CHUCK BROWN: ‘Berro E Sombaro’ (US Source LP)
UNCLE LOUIE: ‘Full Tilt Boogie’ (US Marlin LP)
JEFF LORBER FUSION: ‘The Samba’ (US Inner City LP)
PATTI LABELLE: ‘It’s Alright With Me’ (US Epic LP) (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
CHOCOLATE JAM CO.: ‘A Chocolate Jam’ (US Epic 12”)
SPYRO GYRA: ‘Heliopolis’ (US Amherst/Infinity LP)
ISH: ‘Don’t Stop’ (US Clouds 7”) (BNDA debut 7/14/79)
SPLENDOR: ‘All Night Long’ (US Columbia 12”)
UNDISPUTED TRUTH: ‘Show Time’ (US Whitfield 12”)
Along with lots of hotter import hits.

Further, the Placemate 3’s soul smoocher spot is always a big attraction, the last half-hour usually featuring:
BEVERLY & DUANE: ‘Living In A World’ (US Ariola 7”)
DAVID OLIVER: ‘I Wanna Write You A Love Song’ (US Mercury LP)
ENCHANTMENT: ‘Forever More’ (US Roadshow LP)
RONNIE LAWS: ‘Grace’ (US UA LP)
LAMONT DOZIER: ‘Got It All With You’ (US Warner Bros. LP)
And some great oldies.

Keith reports the Saturday crowd is even more discerning now, while it’s always been less commercial on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Sounds good!


UK Disco Top 90 – April 14, 1979

01 01 Players Association – Turn The Music Up – Vanguard 12″
02 02 GQ – Disco Nights (Rock Freak) / Boogie Oogie Oogie – Arista 12″
03 07 Sister Sledge – He’s The Greatest Dancer / We Are Family – Atlantic 12″/LP/US Cotillion 12″
04 03 Gary’s Gang – Keep On Dancin’ / Do It At The Disco – CBS 12″
05 04 Real Thing – Can You Feel The Force – Pye 12″
06 08 Village People – In The Navy – Mercury 12″
07 05 Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive – Polydor 7″/12″
08 06 Chic – I Want Your Love / Chic Cheer – Atlantic 12″
09 09 Gibson Brothers – Cuba – Island 12″
10 12 Kleeer – Keep Your Body Workin’ – Atlantic 12″
11 10 FLB – Boogie Town – Fantasy 12″
12 14 Narada Michael Walden – I Don’t Want Nobody Else – Atlantic 12″
13 23 The Jacksons – Shake Your Body Down To The Ground – Epic 12″
14 11 Edwin Starr – Contact – 20th Century 12″
15 20 Crown Heights Affair – Dance Lady Dance – Mercury 12″
16 19 Gonzalez – Haven’t Stopped Dancin’ Yet – Sidewalk 12″
17 18 George Benson – Love Ballad – Warner Bros. 12″
18 17 Bell & James – Livin’ It Up (Friday Night) – A&M 12″
19 25 Light Of The World – Swingin’ – Ensign 12″
20 27 Sylvester – I (Who Have Nothing) – Fantasy 12″
21 16 Inner Circle – Everything Is Great – Island 12″
22 36 Arpeggio – Love And Desire – Polydor 12″
23 15 Herbie Hancock – You Bet Your Love – CBS 12″
24 21 Bill Summers – Straight To The Bank – Prestige 12″
25 41 Gino Soccio – Dancer / Dance To Dance – Warner Bros. 12″
26 13 Gene Chandler – Get Down – 20th Century 12″
27 30 Bunny Sigler – By The Way You Dance / I’m Funking You Tonite – Salsoul 12″
28 22 Dennis Brown – Money In My Pocket – Lightning 12″
29 61 Three Degrees – The Runner – Ariola 12″
30 54 Beach Boys – Here Comes The Night – Caribou 12″
31 33 Machine – There But For The Grace Of God Go I – RCA 12″
32 45 Hilary – Do It – US Columbia 12″/LP
33 28 Fantastic Four – BYOF / Sexy Lady – Atlantic 12″
34 35 George Duke – Party Down – Epic 12″
35 44 Keith Barrow – Turn Me Up – CBS 12″
36 37 Wardell Piper – Captain Boogie – Midsong 12″
37 46 Lorraine Johnson – Feed The Flame – US Prelude 12″/LP
38 24 Gaz – Sing Sing – Salsoul 12″
39 48 Tata Vega – Get It Up For Love / Come On Try My Love / I Just Keep Thinking About You Baby – Motown LP
40 78 Philly Cream – Jammin’ At The Disco – Fantasy 12″
41 31 T-Connection – At Midnight – TK 12″
42 49 George Benson – Soulful Strut / Unchained Melody / Before You Go / Hey Girl / Nassau Day – Warner Bros. LP
43 26 Instant Funk – I Got My Mind Made Up – Salsoul 12″/LP/US 12″ remix
44 58 Crown Heights Affair – The Rock Is Hot / Come Fly With Me / Empty Soul Of Mine / You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me – Mercury LP
45 42 Rick James – High On Your Love – Motown 12″
46 60 B. Baker Chocolate Co. – Snow Blower / Higher ‘N Higher / Spirit Level – US LRC LP
47 38 Bombers – (Everybody) Get Dancin’ – US West End 12″
48 40 Lemon – A-Freak-A / Chance To Dance – US Prelude 12″/LP
49 53 Eugene Record – Magnetism – Warner Bros. 12″
50 29 Grey & Hanks – Dancin’ – RCA 12″
51 66 Sarah Dash – Sinner Man – Kirshner 12″
52 73 Melba Moore – Pick Me Up, I’ll Dance – US Epic 12″
53 34 Herbie Hancock – Tell Everybody / Ready Or Not / Trust Me – CBS LP/US 12″
54 55 Players Association – Ride The Groove / Everybody Dance / The Closer I Get To You – Vanguard LP
55 84 Crackin’ – Double Love – Warner Bros. 12″
56 71 Gap Band – Baby Baba Boogie – US Mercury LP
57 56 Doobie Brothers – What A Fool Believes – Warner Bros. 7″/12″
58 47 Mantus – (Dance It) Freestyle Rhythm – Atlantic 12″
59 75 Air Power – Be Yourself – US AVI 12″
60 57 Giorgio Moroder – Chase – Casablanca 12″
61 62 Carrie Lucas – Dance With You – US Solar 12″
62 83 Richard T. Bear – Sunshine Hotel – RCA 12″
63 89 Jackie McClaine – Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Funk – US RCA LP
64 82 Peggy Scott – You’ve Got It All – Pinnacle 12″
65 72 Gary’s Gang – Showtime / Let’s Lovedance Tonight – CBS LP
66 80 Foxy – Hot Numbers – TK 12″
67 65 Lamont Dozier – Boogie Business / Love Me To The Max / Bittersweet – US Warner Bros. LP
68 NE GQ – This Happy Feeling / Make My Dream A Reality / I Do Love You – US Arista LP
69 NE Richard Evans – Burning Spear / Do-Re-Me-For-Soul / Educated Funk – US Horizon LP
70 NE Brainstorm – Hot For You / Don’t Let Me Catch You With Your Groove Down – US Tabu 12″
71 NE Force – Rock Your Baby – US Philadelphia Int’l 12″
72 RE T-Connection – Saturday Night – TK LP/US 12″
73 86 Sticky Fingers – Sticky Fingers (all cuts) – US Prelude LP
74 NE Side Effect – Disco Junction – Fantasy 12″
75 76 Amii Stewart – Knock On Wood – Atlantic 12″
76 70 Mongo Santamaria – Watermelon Man – US Tappan Zee 12″
77 RE Motown Sounds – Bad Mouthin’ / Groove Time / Space Dance – Motown LP
78 NE McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now – US Columbia 12″
79 63 Breakwater – Work It Out / Feel Your Way / No Limit / Do It Till The Fluid Gets Hot – US Arista LP
80 NE Voyage – Let’s Fly Away – GTO 7″
81 NE Arthur Adams – I Like It Funky – US A&M LP
82 67 Alton McClain & Destiny – It Must Be Love / Crazy Love – Polydor 7″/US 12″
83 NE Hemlock – Disco Break – US Warner Bros. 12″
84 RE Peter Jacques Band – Fire Night Dance / Walking On Music – US Prelude LP
85 NE Joe Thomas – Make Your Move / Sugar Smack – US LRC LP
86 85 Raul De Souza – Til Tomorrow Comes / Up And At It – Tower LP
87 69 Sweet Talks – Do The Beat – US Mercury LP
88 88 Crème D’Cocoa – Toe Jam – US Venture 12″
89 NE Poussez – Come On And Do It – US Vanguard LP
90 NE Glass Family – Crazy – Miracle 12″
NE = new entry; RE = re-entry

Appeared in Billboard:
#1 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #2 (BNDA debut 2/24/79) / #3 (BNDA debut 2/10/79)
#4 (BNDA debut 1/6/79) / #6 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #7 (BNDA debut 11/11/78)
#8 (BNDA debut 12/16/78) / #9 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #10 (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
#12 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #13 (BNDA debut 1/6/79) / #14 (BNDA debut 11/18/78)
#16 (BNDA debut 12/23/78) / #20 (BNDA debut 3/24/79) / #22 (BNDA debut 12/16/78)
#24 (BNDA debut 2/10/79) / #25 (BNDA debut 2/24/79) / #26 (BNDA debut 11/18/78)
#27 (BNDA debut 3/10/79) / #29 (BNDA debut 5/26/79) / #30 (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
#31 (BNDA debut 1/27/79) / #36 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #37 (BNDA debut 11/25/78)
#39 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #40 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #41 (BNDA debut 1/6/79)
#43 (BNDA debut 1/27/79) / #47 (BNDA debut 2/10/79) / #48 (BNDA debut 1/6/79)
#50 (BNDA debut 1/20/79) / #51 (BNDA debut 11/11/78) / #52 (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
#53 (BNDA debut 7/14/79) / #56 (BNDA debut 5/12/79) / #57 (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
#58 (BNDA debut 2/17/79) / #60 (BNDA debut 1/20/79) / #61 (BNDA debut 3/10/79)
#62 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #66 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #67 (BNDA debut 5/5/79)
#70 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #73 (BNDA debut 3/3/79) / #75 (BNDA debut 2/3/79)
#78 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #80 (BNDA debut 12/2/78) / #82 (BNDA debut 3/24/79)
#84 (BNDA debut 2/10/79) / #89 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #90 (BNDA debut 2/10/79)

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