April 12, 1980: Rodney Franklin, Bunny Mack, Prince, Herbie Hancock, Isley Brothers

Odds ‘N Bods

Keith Main’s Atmosphere Lighting & Sound shop presents a Disco Design ’80 exhibition on Saturday/Sunday (12/13) opening noon at Aberdeen’s Treetops Hotel in Springfield Road (details 0224 572923), with many well known equipment manufacturers in attendance all hoping to profit from Aberdeen’s disco boom (seven new clubs in the last year) . . . 12in newies next week include ‘Calibre Cuts’ and Narada ‘Shoulda Loved Ya’, while Diana Ross & the Supremes’ ‘Supremes Medley’ / ‘Love Hangover’ (Motown 12TMG 1180) is due around now . . . Michael Jackson ‘Working Day And Night’ was the flip of ‘Off The Wall’ – don’t some DJ’s turn their records over? – yet many are assuming it’ll be his follow up! . . . MCA goof again making the admittedly lovely ‘When The World Turns Blue’ the new Merry Clayton 7in, leaving the original of her hotter ‘Emotion’ to Epic’s Webster Lewis – didn’t ‘Street Life’ teach them anything? . . . Randy Crawford and Chaka Khan have solo LP’s simultaneously released here and in US at end of the month . . . Chris Britton, as hinted last week, has left High Wycombe’s Tuesdays due to a music policy switch (the Wallies can have it!), but via his new involvement with Rush Release is selling up a series of sponsored jazz-funk nights available to venues during the summer and featuring drink, cigarette and record company participation, imports, T-shirts and paraphernalia stalls, guest star PA’s, plus himself and Stuart Gensian as jocks – booking enquiries on 0494 451797 . . . Stevie Glover meanwhile wants drink, cigarette or record companies to do promotion nights during the summer at Bournemouth’s Maison Royale and Outlook clubs – enquiries on 0202 35128 . . . Chris, meet Stevie, Stevie, meet Chris! . . . Steve Dee (High Wycombe) has had his Amersham Jubilee Hall gigs blown out by a “violent fracas” that resulted in local newspaper headlines screaming “DISCO FEVER IS BEING RUINED BY ‘YOB ELEMENT’” – or should that be “Wally Herberts”?! . . . Mayfair Playboy Club’s hipper DJ Tony Jenkins reports that tennis star Buster Mottram is a jazz-funk fan, buying the new Gary Bartz, David Sanborn and Earl Klugh albums off Tony as soon as he heard them! . . . Gavin who? . . . Soho’s Groove Records are urging other shops to join them in boycotting a certain Chislehurst import wholesaler who by apparently supplying DJ’s direct is damaging retail sales . . . Groove also say they love drugged gays really! . . . Bracknell seems to be a hotbed of revealingly video-ed activity, to judge from rumours about a certain – no, say no more! . . . I keep telling you that Bristol is funky but last week was ridiculous . . . Ben E King, James Brown, Avenue B Boogie Band and even Jermaine Jackson are leading a “funky soul” revival in the 105-110bpm tempo range . . . Andy Davison (Sawston Black Bull) wants to know how Los Angeles disco jocks compare with British – didn’t you gather that while technically many are brilliant mixers, they use terrible dated gay ‘‘disco’’ material and can’t (so thus don’t) use a mike? . . . Dennis Brynner & Dave Van Seiger now display their Southampton Barbarella’s chain in the local Virgin store, which in turn they plug to their punters . . . Steve Allen (Peterborough) thanks Sister Sledge for naming their newie after his ‘Easy Street’ promotions company – pity the record’s no good though! . . . Martin “Sanders of Blackburn” Platts thinks it would he revealing to know what various disco leaders’ all-time fave raves are: my own are Elvis Presley ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’, Paul Whiteman ‘Rhapsody In Blue’ and Falcons ‘I Found A Love’ – so what does that tell you? . . . Jon Hill (Brighton Devils Dyke) wonders how one contributes items for this page? Simple. Jon, just send them in – anything of interest will be printed if possible . . . Neil Fincham (Dunbar Goldenstones) has the perfect “squelch”: “what’s the difference between (person joke’s aimed against) and Polo?” Answer: “people like Polo?” . . . unless it’s a label with Liquid Gold on it, eh?! . . . KEEP IT FUNKY!


UK Newies

RODNEY FRANKLIN: ‘The Groove’ (CBS 13-8529) (BNDA debut 5/17/80)
Unearthed in Los Angeles by myself even ahead of Chris Hill and now on UK-only 12in, this madly catchy stop-go 109-112-109bpm jazz party instrumental has as anticipated become a monster that’s spawned its own “freeze” dance craze. Every time it stops for a bar you can have lotsa fun playing with the lights, inserting sound effects, catching the slipmat so it stops even longer or – especially – getting people to do silly things, having told them what to do in advance. Go to it!

BUNNY MACK: ‘Love You Forever’ (RCA MACK 12-1)
Tremendously happy high life-like 124-125bpm 12in afro bubbler with a ‘Frontline Symphony’ flavour has become huge in black-orientated clubs (after possibly I was the first to push it), and now there’s a major label behind it.

PRINCE: ‘Sexy Dancer’ (Warner Bros. K 17590T) (BNDA debut 11/10/79)
Extended 8:41 remixed 122bpm 12in of the great jaggedly jumping staccato smacker is now revealed as being basically instrumental and loses some of its powerful concision by being stretched out, but gains some brand new guitar bits. 

JERMAINE JACKSON: ‘Let’s Get Serious’ (Motown TMG 1183) (BNDA debut 4/5/80)
Stevie Wonder does almost everything on this dynamite jittery burbling 110bpm smacker, out here on 7in only. Get the album instead.

HERBIE HANCOCK: ‘Go For It’ (CBS 12-8362) (BNDA debut 4/19/80)
Presumably US gay-aimed over frantic spiky 134bpm electronic racer with weak vocals (by the Waters) on 3-track 12in, backed by the much better 44½/89bpm mellow ‘Making Love’ jogger and old syndrum-spiced 121bpm ‘Tell Everybody’ remix (on UK 12in for the first time in this form).

WEBSTER LEWIS: ‘Give Me Some Emotion’ (Epic EPC 8510)
Dramatically starting ‘Street Life’-like superb pent-up 90bpm 7in jogger, the original of Merry Clayton’s ‘Emotion’.

LAKESIDE: ‘From 9:00 Until’ (Solar SO12-6) (BNDA debut 5/24/80)
Heavy funk 115-113-114bpm 12in smacker with party noises and “say what” catchphrase thuds so much that my stylus keeps skipping, making the BPM approximate only.

JAMES LAST BAND: ‘The Seduction’ (Polydor PD 2071)
David Sanborn-played (surprisingly) mellow haunting 60/30-59-58bpm 7in sax smoocher from ‘American Gigolo’ (not the soundtrack version) with slightly irritating overlaid double-time synthesizer tones overlapping beginning and end.

PHYLLIS HYMAN: ‘Loving You, Losing You’ (Buddah BDSL 493) (BNDA debut 5/14/77)
Re-released dramatically building and consistently accelerating 92-101bpm 12in swayer goes into lurching tempo-halving segments that spoil the flow for dancers, the dead slow 30½bpm ‘Betcha By Golly Wow’ flip being Norman Connors supported.

THE TRAMMPS: ‘Hard Rock And Disco’ (Atlantic K 11458T) (BNDA debut 4/19/80)
Typically American miscalculation of what disco is all about tries to weld hard rock and soul into “the sound of the ‘80s” on an unconvincing chugging 124-122-123-122bpm 12in clapper.

NORMA JEAN: ‘High Society’ (Bearsville 12WIP 6559) (BNDA debut 1/5/80)
Chic-produced and formula copy 111-108-111-108-111-107(break)-111bpm 12in.

THELMA HOUSTON: ‘Suspicious Minds’ (RCA PB 1913)
Good pop-orientated 133bpm 7in revamp of Elvis P’s oldie.

JIMMY RUFFIN: ‘Hold On To My Love’ (RSO 57)
Comfortably familiar 130bpm 7in “cabaret soul” romper.

DRAFI: ‘Can I Reach You’ (Youngblood YB/GOLD 81)
Distinctively sung dated chugging 112(intro)-115bpm 12in perky pop shuffler.

DOROTHY MOORE: ‘Talk To Me / Every Beat Of My Heart’ (Epic EPC 8343)
Dead slow starting lovely soulful 35½bpm 7in medley of the ancient Little Willie John/Gladys Knight & The Pips classics.

ANNE MURRAY: ‘Daydream Believer’ (Capitol CL 16123)
Monkees oldie in a useful MoR revival for mobiles, like a female Neil Diamond.

VIVABEAT: ‘Man From China’ (Charisma CB 355-12) (BNDA debut 9/13/80)
PEEL-serviced electronic 122bpm pop whistler from last year now on 12in.

T CHARM: ‘Rhythm In Rhapsody (Swedish Rhapsody)’ (Charmers BP 341)
Rush Release-serviced silly early ‘50s ditty given a chuckling 75bpm 12in Mod-aimed reggae treatment, Boris Gardner-style.

BOB MARLEY & THE WAILERS: ‘Zimbabwe’ (Island 12WIP 6507)
Politically out-dated 63bpm reggae throbber on 3-track ‘Survival’-culled 12in.

DANDY LIVINGSTONE: ‘Instant Music’ (More Cut 12-RIC 109)
Deliberately-paced 73bpm 12in reggae with walking brass tempo over polyrhythms.

DESTINY: ‘Just A Little More Time’ (DEB Music DEB 041)
Smooth yet busily textured 40(intro)-67bpm 12in reggae throbber with a soulful slow start that could have lasted longer to my taste!

STEEL PULSE: ‘Don’t Give In’ (Island 12WIP 6562)
Laid back 51/102bpm 12in reggae swayer.

ASTERISKS: ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ (Red Tape RTR 1)
Cliff Richard adapted to 16/91bpm 7in reggae.

JUNIOR MURVIN: ‘Police And Thieves’ (Island WIP 6539)
Squeaky 64bpm 7in reggae slinker from ‘75 seems timely now again following Bristol.

BOOKER T & THE MG’S: ‘Time Is Tight’ (Stax STAX 2001)
Instrumental old 135bpm 7in organ romper, more suitable than the 110bpm ‘Hip Hug Her’ (Atlantic K114541).

Some re-issued ska oldies on the old red and white Island label include JUSTIN HINES & THE DOMINOES ‘Rub Up Push Up’ (WIP 6580), SKATALITES ‘Guns Of Navarone’ (WIP 168) and ETHIOPIANS ‘Train To Skaville’ (WIP 6596).


Imports

HERBIE HANCOCK: ‘Saturday Night’ (from LP ‘Monster’, US Columbia JC 36415) (BNDA debut 4/19/80)
Better than the here 133bpm ‘Go For It’ and ‘Making Love’ (both on UK 12in), this initially subdued swaying 120-121-123-124(break)-123(chix)-121-124bpm jitterer with an exotic ‘Serenata’ flavor builds through acid Carlos Santana guitar to a rattling Latin percussion break and excitingly ethnic finale. ‘Stars In Your Eyes’ is a steadily tapping relaxed 105-107-108bpm jogger, but heavy rock guitar intros the stolidly thudding Sly-type 108bpm ‘Don’t Hold It In’ jitterer while the crass guitar dominated 125-126-127-126-128bpm ‘It All Comes Round’ might just as well be by any average old fashioned rock group. This bodes ill for the shape of things to come.

THE ISLEY BROTHERS: ‘Go All The Way’ LP (US T-Neck FZ 36305) (BNDA debut 4/26/80)
As revealed last week, the title track is a great gradually accelerating 124/5/6/7-128-129bpm solid smacker with typical burbling undertow and rattling finale, ‘Pass It On’ being a rumbling 116bpm smacker with today’s tempo, ‘Say You Will’ an 112/56bpm swayer, ‘Here We Go Again’ a 45/90bpm slowie, ‘Don’t Say Goodnight’ a 25/51bpm smoocher and ‘The Belly Dancer’ a burbling monotonous 114-117bpm jitterer, all of them listed in usual manner as ‘Parts 1 & 2’!

LONNIE LISTON SMITH: ‘Love Is The Answer’ LP (US Columbia JC 36373)
As previously detailed the powerful 121(intro)-119-118-119-120-119bpm ‘Give Peace A Chance (Make Love Not War)’ beats everything else hollow, the other more specialist jazz cuts being an atmospheric tinkling 31bpm title track smoocher, slow-starting complex 120-126bpm brassy ‘Speak About It’ judderer, and the instrumentals ‘In The Park’ (complex 119-117bpm Latin piano), ‘Bridge Through Time’ (Alpert-ish 81-80bpm swayer), ‘On The Real Side’ (frenetic 131bpm organ), ‘The Enchantress’ (bumpy 39bpm smoocher) and ‘Free And Easy’ (44½bpm jolter). Incidentally, the entire mafia are raving about the Gary Bartz LP (US Arista) which was completely sold out before this issue’s early deadline so I haven’t heard it yet. Sorry!

RAY PARKER JR. AND RAYDIO: ‘Everybody Makes Mistakes’ (from LP ‘Two Places At The Same Time’, US Arista AL 9515) (‘For Those Who Like To Groove’ BNDA debut 5/17/80)
Along with the 7in-length 116bpm ‘For Those Who Like To Groove’ instrumental smacker, this is an easily rolling 112bpm backbeat jolter reminiscent of Sly’s ‘Family Affair’, ‘Until The Morning Comes’ being a bumpy subdued 116bpm backbeat jitterer and ‘It’s Time To Party Now’ a more mundane jiggly 111bpm plodder.

GENE PAGE: ‘Love Starts After Dark’ LP (US Arista AB 4262) (‘Love Starts After Dark’ BNDA debut 4/12/80)
You Are The Meaning Of This Song’ is a pleasant ‘Groovin’’-like 103-104bpm swayer, ‘Hollywood’ a Dr Buzzard-ish jogging 104bpm morality tale and ‘Second Time Around’ a meandering 99bpm wailer, these seeming the most palatable of a set in which the Merry Clayton-led lady session singers strike a jarring note (to these ears). The other cuts you may prefer are the 130-131bpm ‘I Wanna Dance’, 124bpm ‘Hold On To That Groove’, 132-134-133-135-136-138bpm ‘Put A Little Love In Your Lovin’’, 31/62bpm ‘With You In The Night’ and 123-124-126-124bpm title track. Tres gai!

CON FUNK SHUN: ‘Happy Face’ (from LP ‘Spirit Of Love’, US Mercury SRM 1-3806)
Apart from the full 123-124bpm ‘Got To Be Enough’ smacker (which mixes well out of Funkadelic ‘One Nation’), this dated 117-116bpm falsetto funk lolloper with old Stargard-type bass line and the jauntily lurching little 108bpm ‘Juicy’ tripper are the only things of slight interest.

SIDE EFFECT: ‘Georgy Porgy’ (from LP ‘After The Rain’, US Elektra 6E-261)
Gently jogging 94-92bpm version of the ever enduring but mainly overlooked Toto/Cheryl Lynn classic is the most noteworthy of a surprisingly lackluster set.

NARDELLO & THE PHILADELPHIA LUV ENSEMBLE: ‘Ravel’s Bolero’ (US Pavillion 4Z8 6403)
Suitably sombre and tasteful 88-91bpm 12in disco arrangement of the classical ‘10’ theme.

ROGER HALLMARK: ‘A Message To Khomeini’ (US Vulcan V-10004)
Ribald jolly country & western 7in open letter to the ‘‘Ayatollah Assaholla” ends with a terrific fart which on its own as a sound effect can be lots of fun when “freezing”!


UK Disco Top 90 – April 12, 1980

01 01 Brothers Johnson – Stomp! – A&M 12″
02 05 Leon Haywood – Don’t Push It Don’t Force It – 20th Century 12″
03 03 Narada Michael Walden – Tonight I’m Alright – Atlantic 12″
04 02 Whispers – And The Beat Goes On – Solar 12″
05 04 Tony Rallo & The Midnite Band – Holdin’ On / Burnin’ Alive – Calibre 12″
06 10 Bobby Thurston – Check Out The Groove – Epic 12″
07 07 Gibson Brothers – Cuba / Better Do It Salsa – Island 12″
08 13 Rodney Franklin – The Groove – CBS 12″
09 14 Detroit Spinners – Working My Way Back To You – Atlantic 12″
10 11 Liquid Gold – Dance Yourself Dizzy – Polo 12″
11 06 Michael Jackson – Rock With You – Epic 12″
12 08 Phyllis Hyman – You Know How To Love Me – Arista 12″
13 22 Mystic Merlin – Just Can’t Give You Up / Can’t Stop Dancin’ – US Capitol LP
14 09 Fern Kinney – Together We Are Beautiful – WEA 12″
15 12 Trussel – Love Injection – Elektra 12″
16 34 Mass Production – Shante – US Cotillion LP
17 16 Slave – Just A Touch Of Love – Atlantic 12″
18 26 Narada Michael Walden – I Shoulda Loved Ya / You’re Soo Good – Atlantic LP
19 17 GQ – Standing Ovation – Arista 12″
20 32 Atmosfear – Motivation / Extract – MCA 12″
21 25 Ronnie Laws – Young Child – UA 12″
22 21 Light Of The World – The Boys In Blue / This Is This – Ensign 12″
23 24 Chuck Cissel – Cisselin’ Hot – Arista 12″
24 27 Crown Heights Affair – Use Your Body & Soul / You Gave Me Love / You’ve Been Gone / I Don’t Want To Change You / Sure Shot – US De-Lite 7″/12″ promo/LP
25 40 Ben E. King – Music Trance – Atlantic 7″/US 12″ promo
26 33 Wilbert Longmire – Hawkeye – US Tappan Zee LP
27 30 Ronnie Laws – O.T.B.A. Law (Outta Be A Law) / Every Generation / As One – UA LP
28 37 Dayton – Eyes On You / Livin’ For Today / Dank – US UA LP
29 48 Sharon Paige – Tonight’s The Night – Source 12″
30 18 Shalamar – Right In The Socket – Solar 12″
31 28 Blondie – Atomic – Chrysalis 12″
32 23 Earth, Wind & Fire – In The Stone – CBS 12″
33 19 Patrice Rushen – Haven’t You Heard – Elektra 12″
34 20 Brass Construction – Shakit – UA 12″
35 29 Bobby Thurston – You Got What It Takes – Epic LP
36 38 Kleeer – Winners (all cuts) – US Atlantic LP
37 36 Brothers Johnson – Light Up The Night / This Had To Be / Celebrations / Smilin’ On Ya / Treasure / You Make Me Wanna Wiggle – A&M LP
38 15 Jocko – Rhythm Talk – Philadelphia Int’l 12″
39 46 Mandrill – Getting In The Mood (all cuts) – US Arista LP
40 52 Chico Hamilton – Strut / Magic Fingers / Alekasam / Mysterious Maiden – US Elektra LP
41 84 Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway – Back Together Again / You Are My Heaven – US Atlantic LP
42 35 Players Association – The Get Down Mellow Sound – Vanguard 12″
43 31 War – The World Is A Ghetto – MCA 12″/LP
44 49 Bunny Mack – Love You Forever – Rokel 12″
45 74 Teena Marie – Behind The Groove – Motown LP
46 67 Al Johnson & Jean Carn – I’m Back For More / School Of The Groove – US Columbia 7″/LP
47 72 Jermaine Jackson – Let’s Get Serious / Burnin’ Hot – US Motown LP
48 54 Eugene Record – Fan The Fire / Your Love / Where Are You – Warner Bros. LP
49 44 Gap Band – I Don’t Believe You Want To Get Up And Dance / Steppin’ Out / The Boys Are Back In Town – Mercury 12″
50 55 Grover Washington Jr. – I Can’t Help It / Open Up Your Mind (Wide) / Snake Eyes / Easy Loving You – Motown LP
51 81 Shalamar – Right In The Socket (remix) – US Solar 12″
52 73 Heath Brothers – For The Public – US Columbia 7″/LP
53 90 Randy Brown – The Next Best Thing To Being There / We Ought To Be Doin’ It / Love Formula 69 – Casablanca 12″/US LP
54 75 Community People – Education Wrap – US Delmar Int’l 12″
55 50 Destination – Move On Up/Up, Up, Up – Butterfly 12″
56 89 Raydio – Two Places At The Same Time (all cuts) – Arista 7″/US LP
57 70 Leo’s Sunshipp – Give Me The Sunshine / I’m Back For More – US Lyon’s LP
58 65 One Way feat. Al Hudson – Now That I Found You – MCA 12″
59 59 Brass Construction – Movin’ / Changin’ – UA 12″
60 63 B.T. Express – Give Up The Funk – US Columbia 7″/LP
61 47 Osibisa – Pata Pata – Pye 12″
62 NE Gary Bartz – Music / Rockin’ All Night / After The Love Has Gone / Need Your Love – US Arista LP
63 80 Blondie – Call Me – Chrysalis 7″/Polydor LP
64 82 James Brown – Don’t Stop The Funk / Regrets / Let The Funk Flow – US Polydor LP
65 56 Joe Bataan – Rap-O Clap-O – RCA 12″
66 58 La Pregunta – Chameleon – US GNP Crescendo 12″
67 87 Niteflyte – If You Want It – Ariola 12″
68 NE Herbie Hancock – I Thought It Was You (Direct-Cut) – Japanese CBS/Sony LP
69 NE v/a – Calibre Cuts – Calibre 12″ promo
70 NE Donald Byrd – Dominoes (live at the Roxy) – US Blue Note LP
71 62 Guardian Angel – Self Service Love – MR 12″
72 86 GQ – GQ Down / Lies / Is It Cool – Arista LP
73 61 Stop – I Can Feel It – Calibre 12″
74 78 Rose Royce – Ooh Boy / What You Waitin’ For – Whitfield 12″
75 77 Brenda Russell – In The Thick Of It – A&M 12″
76 69 Gordon’s War – Got To Fan The Flame / The Rock Is Gonna Get You – US Stan-Jay 12″
77 64 Givens Family – The Year Of The Child – US Venture 12″
78 NE Dr. Hook – Sexy Eyes – Capitol 12″
79 NE Ndugu & The Chocolate Jam Co. – Give Your Love / Shadow Dancing / Send You My Love – US Epic LP
80 RE Domenic Troiano – We All Need Love – Capitol 12″
81 NE Toots & The Maytals – Chatty Chatty / Turn It Up – Island 12″
82 88 Smokey Robinson – Cruisin’ – Motown 7″
83 NE Avenue B Boogie Band – Bumper To Bumper – US Salsoul 12″
84 NE Con Funk Shun – Got To Be Enough / Happy Face – US Mercury LP
85 NE Isley Brothers – Go All The Way / Pass It On / Don’t Say Goodnight – US T-Neck LP
86 RE Chicago – Street Player – US Columbia 12″
87 NE Passport – Rub-A-Dub / Ocean Liner – US Atlantic LP
88 NE Herbie Hancock – Monster (all cuts) – US Columbia LP
89 RE Stone City Band – Little Runaway / Strut Your Stuff – US Gordy LP
90 NE Lonnie Liston Smith – Give Peace A Chance / In The Park – US Columbia LP
NE = new entry; RE = re-entry


Appeared in Billboard:
#1 (BNDA debut 2/23/80) / #2 (BNDA debut 2/23/80) / #3 (BNDA debut 12/22/79)
#4 (BNDA debut 1/12/80) / #5 (BNDA debut 1/5/80) / #6 (BNDA debut 3/1/80)
#7 (BNDA debut 4/7/79 & 9/8/79) / #8 (BNDA debut 5/17/80) / #9 (BNDA debut 10/20/79)
#10 (BNDA debut 11/17/79) / #11 (BNDA debut 8/18/79) / #12 (BNDA debut 11/10/79)
#15 (BNDA debut 12/8/79) / #17 (BNDA debut 1/12/80) / #18 (BNDA debut 12/22/79)
#19 (BNDA debut 3/1/80) / #23 (BNDA debut 1/12/80) / #24 (BNDA debut 3/22/80)
#25 (BNDA debut 3/1/80) / #29 (BNDA debut 2/16/80) / #30 (BNDA debut 3/22/80)
#33 (BNDA debut 12/15/79) / #34 (BNDA debut 5/31/80) / #35 (BNDA debut 3/1/80)
#36 (BNDA debut 4/5/80) / #39 (BNDA debut 4/19/80) / #41 (BNDA debut 4/5/80)
#42 (BNDA debut 3/22/80) / #45 (BNDA debut 3/29/80) / #47 (BNDA debut 4/5/80)
#49 (BNDA debut 3/8/80) / #55 (BNDA debut 8/25/79) / #56 (BNDA debut 5/17/80)
#60 (BNDA debut 4/19/80) / #63 (BNDA debut 3/8/80) / #65 (BNDA debut 12/1/79)
#80 (BNDA debut 8/18/79) / #85 (BNDA debut 4/26/80) / #88 (BNDA debut 4/19/80)


No Bubbling Under titles this week.

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