May 26, 1979: Anita Ward, Sister Sledge, Slick, Eddy Grant, Pointer Sisters

Disco News

Billy Paul and The Jones Girls are now scheduled for UK release, but still no definite plan for The Force . . . Pye persevere with Poussez ‘Never Gonna Say Goodbye’ as their 12in choice despite it being the LP’s coldest cut; however, there’s a 12in remix due of Bennoit ‘Life Is Like A Samba’ . . . EMI’s Pete Dyos follows WEA’s Fred Dove by installing a 24hr ansaphone for use by mailing list jocks to register reaction reports, LP requests, etc . . . Salsoul and even Fantasy Records are rumoured as possible new neighbours for the YMCA, though it’s a tall tale to swallow . . . Heatwave’s Johnnie Wilder was hurt worse than was first thought in his Dayton, Ohio, car crash and is now suffering from paralysis: brother Keith and the band are meanwhile with him in Dayton, routining a stand-in for their US tour until Johnnie hopefully recovers . . . Watneys and Rank are promoting Schlitz malt liquor with a solo disco dancing competition, starting on June 7th with a heat and then local final at nineteen Rank venues, the winner of the final at Bournemouth’s Stateside Centre on Jul 5th getting a ten day US trip for two (including a visit to the Schlitz brewery in Milwaukee – hi, LaVerne and Shirley!) plus £250 spending cash, the finalists and even local runners-up all copping for a share of £3,000 total prize money . . . Dartford Flicks celebrates VE night (that’s Victory in Europe) on June 14th with a wartime fancy dress party, uniformed punters with the correct vintage coinage getting 200 pints of Charringtons beer at 1945 prices – er, wanna borrow my Winston Churchill records, Robbie? “This is YOUR victory, etc etc” . . . Vanguard Hand Tally Counters (or BPM Counters) are rubbish – mine broke after just three weeks! . . . Greg Edwards hasn’t stopped laughing since! . . . Wally Webb (Norwich Scamps) says he wishes he had a quid for every time his Christian name’s been mentioned on this page – but how often do we mention a Walter? . . . Paul Anthony (Birmingham Rum Runner/Sloopys/etc) is fed up with “student” types who “demand” Ferry and Bowie all night while he’s working out mixes like The Force into Anita Ward.

New Spins

ANITA WARD: ‘Ring My Bell’ (TK TKR 12-7543) (BNDA debut 4/14/79)
Smash-bound compulsively catchy little ditty on 8:08 12in gets everyone going ‘‘pwoo’’, “pwoo’’, “pwoo’’ along with the syndrum sound while fragile-voiced Anita innocently wails a perfect pop song (with some subdued bell chimes, of course), all skipping along at 127bpm. How could I have thought it dull the first time I heard it!?

SISTER SLEDGE: ‘We Are Family’ (Atlantic K 11293) (BNDA debut 2/10/79)
Immediately identifiable as the catchy companion to their ‘Greatest Dancer’ hit, this similar yet different 117bpm rolling jiggler is on limited 8:06 12in.

SLICK: ‘Space Bass’ (Fantasy 12YFTC 176)
Unavailable elsewhere in 7:05 12in form, this coolly pounding 130bpm bass churner originally appeared in edited form on a special Midem sampler LP, to be snapped up by UK jocks for its simple drive (with rattling rhythm, slick strings ‘n cooing chix) and – especially – a sizzling, searing electronic siren-type effect . . . which could do with some repetition. 

EDDY GRANT: ‘Living On The Frontline’ / ‘Frontline Symphony’ (Ensign ENY 26-12)
Hailed as a masterpiece by me last August when on Ice LP, this haunting 140/170bpm reggae loper is now on two-part 12in thanks to Sean French reviving it at a Chris Hill gig, with electrifying results. The chunkily chanted side one flips for an even better instrumental synthesizer session which is classically inspired and beautiful to hear – every sound being multi-tracked by Eddy alone!

POINTER SISTERS: ‘Happiness’ (Planet K 12350) (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
Skippable slow gospel start to an amazingly powerful 106bpm thudder – due also on 12in – that crushes all before it as it clomps along through the wailing sisters with some mind-grabbing synthesizer chords.

REAL THING: ‘Can You Feel The Force’ (Pye 12P 105)
Slowed slightly to 129bpm and remixed by John Luongo so that it’s basically instrumental, here is the much-imported rhythm version of their now rejuvenated hit, plus in Britain we also get a rhythm-emphasising 130bpm rejig of the vocal version – both being completely different from the original.

DANCE PEOPLE: ‘Dance People’ (Satril SAT 144T)
Straightforwardly simple-seeming 122-124bpm jiggling UK thumper on 7:30 12in with staccato chix, echoing chaps, purposefully clomping beat and neat understated US-style production tricks – but then it’s the brainchild of two CBS studio engineers here.

CANDI STATON: ‘When You Wake Up Tomorrow’ (Warner Bros. K 17370) (BNDA debut 5/26/79)
Evenly thudding 116bpm strutter on limited 6:42 12in with long percussion intro and spluttering synthesizer effect halfway, nice enough but I wouldn’t have thought terribly distinctive – yet it beat Sister Sledge to win Capital Radio’s listener-voted People’s Choice!

GARY’S GANG: ‘Showtime’ (CBS 13-7328)
With a “1-2-3-4” countdown through live crowd effects this 5:15 122bpm jazz-funk 12in thumper synchs well into similar tempos and goes nicely in front of GQ or their own ‘Keep On Dancin’’ – which the 8:05 128-130bpm official ‘Let’s Lovedance Tonight’ A-side resembles too much and less well.

DICK MORRISSEY & JIM MULLEN: ‘Lovely Day’ (Harvest 12HAR 5182)
I’m really glad this appropriately lovely 55/110bpm jazz-funk instrumental version of Bill Withers’s classic is now on 12in – it deserves a proper hearing.

CARRIE LUCAS: ‘Dance With You’ (Solar FC 1482) (BNDA debut 3/10/79)
Disastrously delayed by a lack of Solar labels, this recent import hit is finally out here. Great old fashioned jazzy organ jumps the 6:26 12in along at 127bpm until the sparser instrumental second half drops to 126bpm.

BRAINSTORM: ‘Hot For You’ (Tabu TBU 12-7341) (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
Somewhat muddled but exciting leaper with squawking chix, busy backing and an accelerating 130-134-135-139-136bpm tempo on 10:38 12in, the central 135bpm rhythm break being possibly the best mix-in point. Chugging 126-128bpm ‘Don’t Let Me Catch You With Your Groove Down’ flip is less complex.

EXILE: ‘How Could This Go Wrong’ (Rak 12RAK 093)
Giorgio-ish Euro-style 131bpm pop pounder, hitting already, is on 6:18 12in.

DAVID NAUGHTON: ‘Makin’ It’ (RSO 32) (BNDA debut 3/10/79)
Catchily clapping 127bpm pop bounder from the ‘Saturday Night Fever’ TV series, continues on UK 7in flip but is on US 12in.

HOT CHOCOLATE: ‘Mindless Boogie’ (Rak 292)
Not so mindless as monotonous, this ponderous 13bpm [sic] pop plodder is due also on 12in.

ULTIMATE: ‘Ritmo De Brazil’ (Casablanca CAN 148) (BNDA debut 1/20/79)
Prettily tinkling chix-sung 127bpm lush Latin lilter that could make catchy MoR – with a hint of samba too.

PATRICK JUVET & HIS SWEET PERVERSIONS: ‘Sex And Drugs And Rock And Roll’ (Diques Clouseau MERDE 1)
Slightly rushed 122bpm revival of Ian Dury’s classic keeps close to the original beat but adds chix and a Latin break!

ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA: ‘Shine A Little Love’ (Jet 144)
Pretty typical but galloping 134bpm pop flier.

DENNIS PARKER: ‘Like An Eagle’ (Mercury 6007217) (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
Almost Demis Roussos-like atmospherically phasing Euro plodder thuds along at 106bpm with producer Jacques Morali pulling out all stops – but it’s only on 3:28 7in here despite an 8:37 US promo 12in which couples it with the Village People-like ‘New York By Night’.

PATRICK HERNANDEZ: ‘Born To Be Alive’ (Gem GEM 12-4) (BNDA debut 5/19/79)
Continental smash Sylvester-type synthesizer-backed 133bpm Europop pounder on 5:55 12in with hissing hi-hat, clapping backbeat and phonetic enunciation.

SALLY: ‘Amazing Grace’ (UK 12INT 585)
Jonathan King does a tongue-in-cheek chugging 117bpm disco version with fun-filled “funkin’ amazin’” chant (at least I think that’s what he’s saying’!) and not too much of the traditional tune for curvy Sally to cope with in the background – however, the best bit is the full colour nude pic of her on the 4:19 12in version’s sleeve!

EROTIC DRUM BAND: ‘Love Disco Style’ (Scope LV 28) (BNDA debut 10/14/78)
Finally out here on 9:33 12in in its notorious “red vinyl” remix form, this ethereally pounding smooth 131bpm New York galloper hits a punchy synthesizer section and rhythm break towards the end for its best and most mixable part.

MOTOWN SOUNDS: ‘Bad Mouthin’’ (Motown 12TMG 1143)
Bass-bumped 126bpm rhythm rattling 6:09 instrumental on eye-cued 12in, always more popular and grittier than the official A-side, a lacklustre impersonal slick chix-sung 135bpm churner, the 4:50 ‘Space Dance’.

OSIRIS: ‘Consistency’ (Warner Bros. K 17851)
Good solidly rolling and thumping 103bpm soul cracker, sadly on abbreviated 7in.

BARRY WHITE: ‘I Found Love’ (Unlimited Gold ULG 7319)
Attractive 93bpm lurcher sounds more like Lou Rawls – quite a compliment!

BREAKWATER: ‘Work It Out’ / ‘Feel Your Way’ (Arista ARIST 267)
Lurching 92-96bpm jazz-funk soul jolter and jazzier mainly instrumental 108/54bpm flip, due also I believe on 12in, but rather too late after their import action.

MICK JACKSON: ‘Married Men’ (Atlantic K 11281)
Chugging 122bpm clomper with Village People-type phrasing, also on picture-disc 7in.

RIVIERA: ‘Since I Don’t Have You’ (Miracle M6-12)
Skyliners classic revived as a soaring 127bpm Four Seasons-like hustler on 5:11 12in, sounds good on the radio.

NICKY WILSON: ‘Stone Soul Loving’ (Casino Classics CC8)
Muzzily pounding 140bpm Northern filer on red vinyl 7in, with typically inaccurate label listing of 133bpm.

CHAS & DAVE: ‘Gertcha’ (EMI 2947)
The Courage pub telly ad speeded up for crowd-grabbing MoR fun.

LINDA LEWIS: ‘I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You’ (Ariola 166)
Tango-flavoured MoR in the Bassey bag, from ‘Evita’.

ZULEMA: ‘You’ve Got Something For Me’ (London HLE 10570)
Happy 135bpm romper switches languages and rhythms but may be too clever.

NRG: ‘Get It Right’ (MCA 423)
Heatwave-type 121bpm loper.

JAPAN: ‘Life In Tokyo’ (Ariola Hansa AHA 540)
Giorgio Moroder-produced 121bpm synthesizer thudder, lethargically sung in sub-Bowie tones, on red vinyl 7in and 12in.

TELEX: ‘Moscow Discow’ (Sire SIR 4017) (BNDA debut 12/8/79)
Kraftwerk-type French-sung 132bpm synthesizer chugger with whistle-like “whoo whoo” noises, flipped by their old 141bpm ‘Twist A St. Tropez’ throbber.

BLONDE ON BLONDE: ‘Whole Lotta Love’ (Pye 7NPX 46189)
Giorgio-type synthesizer behind an appalling 129bpm Led Zep massacre on 12in or much ballyhooed picture disc 7in.


FIVE SPECIAL: ‘Why Leave Us Alone’ (US Elektra AS-11408) (BNDA debut 7/7/79)
Rightly exploding on import 12in, this solidly chugging 121-122bpm thumper combines several GQ noises with squeaky strings as it gathers steam before the rich Temptations-type vocals ease in on the 10:17 “long” side – the 5:54 “short” flip missing much of the clever instrumental sections, including a brilliant bass synthesizer break which winds into a clapping and bumping vocal finale. Full of quality, it’ll be a biggie!

CHANTAL CURTIS: ‘Get Another Love’ (US Key K 5100) (BNDA debut 6/23/79)
Already huge for the London Mafia, this unusual purposefully tripping 124-125bpm swirler has pretty harmonica, deadpan Donna Summer-ish vocals and an intensifying simple but busy backing building ever upwards on 8:50 12in, and mixes nicely out of Anita Ward when vari-speeded up after a deceptively slow short 120bpm intro. Look out for it!

LOU RAWLS: ‘Let Me Be Good To You’ (US Phil Int’l 2Z8 3686)
Gorgeous Gamble-Huff-prod/penned mellow romantic 110bpm swayer on 5:24 12in with all Lou’s best vocal tricks and a killer knee-trembling sexy rap towards the end!

BOMBERS: ‘Let’s Dance’ (from LP ‘Bombers 2’, US West End WE-106) (‘Get Dancin’’ BNDA debut 2/10/79)
Lightweight but chunky 124bpm flier with chanting chix and busy bass pumping along the easy 6:23 lilt into an almost Oriental plinky-plonky percussion break, while similarly Eastern flavoured is the beefy bass synthesizer-bumped 116bpm 5:17 ‘Shake’ instrumental. Very like the also included ‘(Everybody) Get Dancin’’ hit is the equally useable but more instrumental 122bpm 5:28 ‘Pistolero’.

NINO TEMPO & 5TH AVE SAX: ‘(Hooked On) Young Stuff’ (US A&M SP-12015)
Out a while and getting hotter, this infectious repetitively chanting comes-and-goes 129-127-129bpm jazz leaper drives a time-honoured ‘60s-type electric piano-pushed groove on 5:13 12in, with panting chix during the quieter but not much slower lull.

MARC COLBY: ‘Village Zoo’ (from LP ‘One Good Turn’, US Tappan Zee JC 35725)
Happy 5:55 jazz sax leaper with a similar groove to Nino Tempo slows down into some annoying meandering pauses but otherwise struts along at a stamping 130bpm and mixes well with EWF/Emotions.

FREEDOM: ‘Dance Sing Along’ (US TK Disco 147)
Thudding “whup whoo whoo – get on down” intro eases into a falsetto chanted gentle undemonstrative 122bpm chugger on 5:20 12in, steadily adding jocks in the few weeks it’s been out.

J.B.’S: ‘Rock Groove Machine’ (US TK Disco 150) (BNDA debut 3/8/80)
Prod/penned by Mr James Brown in his typical monotonous groove style, this repetitively chanting 12in does the “rock” at 124bpm for 9:00 of effectively driving funk.

THE STEWART-THOMAS GROUP: ‘To Freak Or Not To Freak’ (US Arista CP-702)
Fast frothy 132bpm galloper on 8:17 12in with shrill chix wailing over the solid but rather too frantic thud beat.

DALE JACOBS & COBRA: ‘Freedom’ (from LP ‘Cobra’, Epic 36010)
Specialist jazz set with action around Manchester, this strongest cut is a 3:43 pleasant 112bpm soprano sax swayer while the convoluted comes-and-goes 108bpm (approx) 3:14 title-track instrumental is also getting played.

Hot Vinyl

Tony Perkins runs “Anthony’s” Soul Club every Tuesday at Uxbridge Civic Centre and jocks some nights at Mayfair’s Playboy Club, his hot import tips being:
DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER: ‘Bad For Me’ (US Elektra 12”) (BNDA debut 5/5/79)
SPINNERS: ‘Are You Ready For Love’ (US Atlantic 12”)
DALTON & DUBARRI: ‘I (You) Can Dance All By My (Your) Self’ (US Atlantic/Hilltak 12”)
BAMBU: ‘Jorge’s Theme’ (US Zebra 12”)
RAMSEY LEWIS: ‘Dancin’’ (US Columbia LP)
EL COCO: ‘Love Exciter’ (US AVI 12”) (BNDA debut 6/9/79)
JEFFREE: ‘All My Loving (Was Made For You)’ (US MCA LP)
WINNERS: ‘Get On Up And Do It (remix)’ (US Ariola 12”)
SANDY MERCER: ‘Work That Body’ (US RCA 12”) (BNDA debut 5/19/79)
DYNASTY: ‘Your Piece Of The Rock’ (US Solar 12”)
DEE EDWARDS: ‘Don’t Sit Down’ (US Cotillion 12”)
Along with all the charted import hits.

UK Disco Top 90 – May 26, 1979

01 01 McFadden & Whitehead – Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now – Philadelphia Int’l 12″
02 02 Gino Soccio – Dancer / Dance To Dance – Warner Bros. 12″
03 03 The Jacksons – Shake Your Body Down To The Ground – Epic 12″
04 15 Earth, Wind & Fire & The Emotions – Boogie Wonderland – CBS 12″
05 09 M – Pop Muzik – MCA 12″
06 05 Melba Moore – Pick Me Up, I’ll Dance – Epic 12″
07 04 Sister Sledge – He’s The Greatest Dancer – Atlantic 12″
08 06 Gonzalez – Haven’t Stopped Dancin’ Yet – Sidewalk 12″
09 07 T-Connection – Saturday Night – TK 12″
10 10 Bombers – (Everybody) Get Dancin’ – Flamingo 12″
11 14 Amii Stewart – Knock On Wood – Atlantic 12″
12 13 Anita Ward – Ring My Bell – TK 12″
13 11 George Benson – Love Ballad – Warner Bros. 12″
14 21 Linda Clifford – Bridge Over Troubled Water – RSO 12″
15 39 Sister Sledge – We Are Family – Atlantic 7″/US Cotillion 12″
16 35 Eruption – One Way Ticket – Atlantic 7″/12″
17 08 Light Of The World – Swingin’ – Ensign 12″
18 49 Donna Summer – Hot Stuff – Casablanca 12″
19 16 Herbie Hancock – Tell Everybody – CBS 12″
20 46 Lamont Dozier – Boogie Business / Love Me To The Max / Going Back To My Roots – Warner Bros. 12″/US LP
21 26 Bunny Sigler – By The Way You Dance / I’m Funking You Tonite – Salsoul 12″
22 20 Philly Cream – Jammin’ At The Disco – Fantasy 12″
23 17 Gibson Brothers – Cuba – Island 12″
24 24 Force – Rock Your Baby – US Philadelphia Int’l 12″
25 22 Eddy Grant – Living On The Frontline / Frontline Symphony – Ensign 12″
26 44 Tata Vega – Get It Up For Love – Motown 12″
27 37 Richard T. Bear – Sunshine Hotel – RCA 12″
28 19 Players Association – Ride The Groove / Everybody Dance – Vanguard 12″
29 60 Slick – Space Bass – Fantasy 12″ promo
30 28 War – Good Good Feelin’ – MCA 12″
31 18 Real Thing – Can You Feel The Force – Pye 12″ remix
32 23 Three Degrees – The Runner – Ariola 12″
33 25 Joe Thomas – Make Your Move / Sugar Smack – TK 12″/US LRC LP
34 47 Edwin Starr – H.A.P.P.Y. Radio – 20th Century 12″
35 64 Boney M. – Hooray! Hooray! It’s A Holi-Holiday – Atlantic 7″/12″
36 31 GQ – Disco Nights (Rock Freak) / Boogie Oogie Oogie – Arista 12″
37 32 Peaches & Herb – Reunited – Polydor 7″
38 12 Players Association – Turn The Music Up – Vanguard 12″
39 36 Nytro – Nytro Express – US Whitfield 12″
40 34 Kleeer – Keep Your Body Workin’ – Atlantic 12″
41 65 Ashford & Simpson – Flashback – Warner Bros. 12″
42 50 Wings – Goodnight Tonight – Parlophone 12″
43 55 Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive – Polydor 12″
44 33 Eugene Record – Magnetism – Warner Bros. 12″
45 29 Skyy – First Time Around / Let’s Get Up / This Groove Is Bad / Disco Dancin’ – US Salsoul LP
46 30 Raydio – Rock On / Hot Stuff / You Can’t Change That – Arista LP
47 42 Mass Production – Can’t You See I’m Fired Up / Strollin’ / Firecracker – Atlantic 12″/US Cotillion LP
48 27 Crown Heights Affair – Dance Lady Dance – Mercury 12″
49 NE Elton John – Are You Ready For Love – Rocket 12″
50 40 Chic – I Want Your Love / Chic Cheer – Atlantic 12″
51 77 Hudson People – Trip To Your Mind – Hithouse 12″
52 63 Dance People – Dance People – Satril 12″
53 43 Richard Evans – Burning Spear / Do-Re-Me-For-Soul – US Horizon 12″/LP
54 NE Phil Hurtt – Boogie City / P.H. Factor Boogie – Fantasy 12″
55 45 Beach Boys – Here Comes The Night – Caribou 12″
56 38 Village People – In The Navy – Mercury 12″
57 67 Heatwave – Razzle Dazzle – GTO 7″
58 71 Light Of The World – Midnight Groovin’ – Ensign LP
59 57 Jackie McLean – Dr. Jackyll And Mr. Funk – US RCA 12″/LP
60 41 GQ – This Happy Feeling / Make My Dream A Reality / I Do Love You – Arista LP
61 51 Stephanie Mills – Whatcha Gonna Do With My Lovin’ / Put Your Body In It – US 20th Century LP
62 59 Spyro Gyra – Morning Dance / Starburst / Heliopolis / It Doesn’t Matter / Jubilee – US Infinity LP
63 RE Doobie Brothers – What A Fool Believes – Warner Bros. 12″ remix
64 53 B. Baker Chocolate Co. – Snow Blower / Higher ‘N Higher / Spirit Level – US LRC LP
65 75 Peter Jacques Band – Walking On Music – Ariola 12″
66 NE Direct Current – Everybody Here Must Party – US TEC 12″
67 54 Billy Paul – Bring The Family Back – US Philadelphia Int’l 12″/LP
68 48 Gap Band – Baby Baba Boogie / Shake – Mercury LP
69 52 Billy Preston & Syreeta – Go For It – Motown 12″
70 69 Jones Girls – You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else – US Philadelphia Int’l 12″
71 NE Roxy Music – Dance Away – Polydor 7″
72 NE Dennis Parker – Like An Eagle / New York By Night – Mercury 7″/US Casablanca 12″ promo
73 NE Pointer Sisters – Happiness – Planet 7″/12″
74 66 Poussez – Come On And Do It / Boogie With Me – Vanguard LP
75 70 Teena Marie – Don’t Look Back / I’m A Sucker For Your Love – US Gordy LP
76 NE Five Special – Why Leave Us Alone – US Elektra 12″
77 NE Exile – How Could This Go Wrong – Rak 12″
78 RE Dennis Brown – Ain’t That Loving You – Laser 12″
79 RE Taka Boom – Night Dancin’ – US Ariola 12″
80 58 Bell & James – Livin’ It Up (Friday Night) – A&M 12″
81 NE Blondie – Sunday Girl – Chrysalis 7″/12″
82 62 George Benson – Soulful Strut / Unchained Melody / Before You Go / Hey Girl – Warner Bros. LP
83 74 Arthur Adams – I Like It Funky – US A&M LP
85 86 Splendor – All Night Long / Take Me To Your Disco – US Columbia 12″/LP
86 87 Uncle Louie – Full Tilt Boogie – US Marlin LP
88 84 Mandre – Freakin’s Fine / Swang / Spirit Groove / Final Funk – US Motown LP
90 NE Bombers – Let’s Dance / Shake / Disco Galaxy – US West End LP
NE = new entry; RE = re-entry

(The last 15 places were missing from the chart for some reason. However, all but 3 of the places can be reconstructed from next week’s chart.)

Appeared in Billboard:
#1 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #2 (BNDA debut 2/24/79) / #3 (BNDA debut 1/6/79)
#4 (BNDA debut 6/2/79) / #5 (BNDA debut 9/8/79) / #6 (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
#7 (BNDA debut 2/10/79) / #8 (BNDA debut 12/23/78) / #10 (BNDA debut 2/10/79)
#11 (BNDA debut 2/3/79) / #12 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #14 (BNDA debut 3/31/79)
#15 (BNDA debut 2/10/79) / #16 (BNDA debut 9/29/79) / #18 (BNDA debut 4/21/79)
#19 (BNDA debut 7/14/79) / #20 (BNDA debut 5/5/79) / #21 (BNDA debut 3/10/79)
#22 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #23 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #26 (BNDA debut 4/14/79)
#27 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #30 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #32 (BNDA debut 5/26/79)
#34 (BNDA debut 6/9/79) / #36 (BNDA debut 2/24/79) / #38 (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
#40 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #43 (BNDA debut 11/11/78) / #50 (BNDA debut 12/16/78)
#54 (BNDA debut 8/18/79) / #55 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #56 (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
#61 (BNDA debut 6/2/79) / #63 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #65 (BNDA debut 2/10/79)
#66 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #68 (BNDA debut 5/12/79) / #69 (BNDA debut 4/14/79)
#70 (BNDA debut 5/12/79) / #72 (BNDA debut 4/7/79) / #73 (BNDA debut 4/7/79)
#74 (BNDA debut 4/14/79) / #76 (BNDA debut 7/7/79)

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