June 28, 1980: Cecil Parker, Rolling Stones, SOS Band, Crusaders, George Benson

Odds ‘N Bods

One Way & Al Hudson ‘Pop It’ / ‘Do Your Thang’ / ‘Copy This’ will be on UK 3-track 12in next week, as will John Hardy ‘Hard Work’, followed by a 4-tracker featuring Merry Clayton ‘Emotion’ / Dramatics ‘Music Is The People’s Choice’ / Heat ‘Just Like You’ / Love Committee ‘Boogie Papers’, all via MCA! . . . PRAT have picked up Baby ‘O ‘In The Forest’ for UK . . . Aurra ‘When I Come Home’ is being saved as a longer US remix which is already overdue . . . Taste Of Honey ‘Boogie Oogie Oogie’ will be B-side of their next 12in here and is not actually out again yet . . . Stanley Clarke’s disappointingly rock-orientated ‘Rocks, Pebbles, And Sand’ album (Epic) will be sold here with a free promo 12in of ‘We Supply’ for the first 10,000 copies . . . Phyllis Hyman’s longer largely 93 then 94-95-96-97bpm ‘Kiss You All Over’ remix is now alone as one double-A side of her still 99p 3-track 12in, ‘Under Your Spell’ and ‘Hold On’ being bunged up together on the other side this time . . . Tom Browne’s full US title is ‘Funkin’ For Jamaica (NY)’ – Jamaica being part of the New York borough of Queens on Long Island (in fact it’s where Kennedy Airport is situated) – this localized bit of title presumably, and probably rightly, being deemed confusing for Britain . . . Heatwave record their next Rod Temperton-penned LP in London over the next two months, Johnnie Wilder possibly producing . . . Winston Grant of Leeds won the Sheffield Top Rank-held national final of the Carling Black Label Lager disco dancer contest, getting £750 . . . Teesvalley Roadshow’s Graham Bond, a pirate radio freak, is publishing a quarterly ‘Disco Radio Review’ magazine which, though modest in concept (and the spelling could be better!), contains some sensible info for DJs – 40p (p&p included) from Invicta Promotions, 7 Crossbeck Way, Ormesby, Middlesbrough, Cleveland . . . Thames Valley DJ Assn members meet for a fire-fighting lecture and ICE Electrics demonstration at Reading Fire Station this Sunday (29) lunchtime . . . Terry Lennaine, whose next Merseyside bus to Gullivers is on August 9, together with Tony Morgan opens his own club The Zoo in New Brighton next Friday (4) . . . Peter Shauns has come down from the North to jazz-funk Folkestone Tobys nightly . . . Dave Van Sieger & Dennis Brynner both now have shows on Southampton University’s campus-restricted Radio Glen (312m MW), having been brought together by this page! . . . Graham Gold (01 951 3285) is “getting back into it and looking for a bit of work”, funky preferred . . . Richard Witcombe & Dave Higgins (Stratton-On-The-Fosse 232837/Shepton Mallet 3851), playing whatever’s popular, both want extra weekly bookings . . . Tom Holland, Sean French and myself are only amongst a growing number of DJs on diets – mine is certainly working, but will Fatman ever join us? . . . Froggy the fantom farter says the added sub-woofers at Southgate Royalty really make your eyelids flutter when Tom Browne’s bass comes on – and that’s not all that flutters when Froggy lets one go! . . . Phonogram’s John Waller’s missus says that Chris Brown’s new haircut makes him look like Len Fairclough . . . CJ Carlos (Soho Hombre De Bahia) was once actually playing the record he was then asked for by some bozo and yet totally befuddled answered, “yes, OK, in just a minute!” . . . Steve Wiggins (Barry Freddie’s Bar – which has a beach party this Friday) says “brat froth PRAT” Morgan Khan can try his line anytime, he’s got the best pantie selection in Wales . . . Steve Day (Chingford), freshly back from San Francisco, says virtually the only music heard on Northern California radio is Country-Rock . . . Peter Young is doing Greg Edwards’ Capital Radio soul show, it’s Mike Allen on the Best Disco broadcast of course . . . Chris Klopper (Goudhurst) is using Denise LaSalle ‘May The Funk Be With You’ as his theme tune . . . Bob Jones & Chris Hill have both independently revived Ingram ‘Mi Sebrina Tequana (My Sister’s Daughter)’ (US H&L LP), other oldies for Hill being The Whole Darn Family ‘Seven Minutes Of Funk’ (US Soul Int’l 12in), Pleasure ‘Ghettos Of Your Mind’ (Fantasy LP), while Steve “‘Im Again” Allen (Peterborough) has pulled out 1976’s Tommy Stewart ‘Practice What You Preach’ / ‘Make Happy Music’ (US Abraxus LP) . . . Bootzilla (Chesham Gatsbys/JR’s) mega-mixes these jazz-funk oldies: Mandrill ‘Funky Monkey’ (Arista 12in), Atmosfear ‘Dancin’ In Outer Space’ (MCA 12in), Mass Production ‘Cosmic Lust’ (Atlantic 12in), Lonnie Liston Smith ‘Expansions’ (RCA 12in), Wilbert Longmire ‘Black Is The Colour’ (Tappan Zee 12in), Mongo Santamaria ‘Watermelon Man’ (Tappan Zee 12in), Lonnie Liston Smith ‘Space Princess’ (CBS 12in) . . . Megamix’s own current killer is Cameron ‘Let’s Get It Off’ synching the very last part in to the slightly varied-up Flakes ‘Sugar Frosted Lover’ for a superb long running mix, while BT Express ‘Give Up The Funk’ synchs claps nicely out of the central part of Lakeside ‘From 9:00 Until’ . . . Ralph Treuhaft, aka Ralph Tee of Groove Weekly, recommends Camden Town’s Playback Records at 3 Buck Street for jazz-funk oldies, while Soho’s Groove Records itself closes the “list the most titles containing the word ‘groove’” competition next week – so hurry, hurry! . . . it seems crazy that specialist disco shops often can’t get UK 12in releases because these don’t get circulated to the one-stops they deal with (chart-return shops being their destination), as after all it’s the specialist shops who built demand for the 12in in the first place . . . also, when it’s relatively easy to break a disco hit ¡f the record’s right, it’s amazing how many people in the record business haven’t got a clue and do it all wrong – I’ve nothing specific in mind, but have merely been listening to a pile of no-hopers . . . Greg Davies (Stevenage Bo Jangles) sez “KEEP IT TIGHT!”



UK Newies

CECIL PARKER: ‘Really Really Love You’ (EMI 12EMI 5086)
Terrific bassily booming soulful 110-111-112-113bpm 12in jogger in the ‘Back Together Again’ bag (slower now than the US 12in) with tootling sax and husky rap, huge for the Mafia.

ROLLING STONES: ‘Emotional Rescue’ (Rolling Stones RSR 105) (BNDA debut 7/19/80)
Great slinky spare 112-113-115-114-116-117-119bpm 7in strutter squeakily sung in somewhat Frederic Knight-like style, giving it strong crossover disco appeal.

THE S.O.S. BAND: ‘Take Your Time (Do It Right)’ (Tabu TBU 134564) (BNDA debut 4/12/80)
US smash simple repetitive chix-chanted 119-120-119bpm pop-slanted pure “disco” jolter finally on deserved UK 12in in all its intensity-building length. 

STACY LATTISAW: ‘Let Me Be Your Angel’ LP (Cotillion K 50710) (‘Jump To The Beat’ / ‘Dynamite!’ BNDA debut 5/17/80)
Specially imported to tie in with her included hit, the similarly strong Narada-style 126-124-120-122-118-124-118-124bpm ‘Don’t You Want To Feel It (For Yourself)’ is actually preferred by many and the chugging Jacksons-ish 115-114-115bpm ‘Dynamite!’ US single is equally hot, the 113-112bpm ‘You Know I Like It’ being ‘Good Times’-type.

COMMODORES: ‘Old Fashion Love’ (Motown TMG 1193)
Thumping semi-slow 108/54-110bpm 7in jogger.

HERB ALPERT: ‘Beyond’ (A&M AMSP 1541) (BNDA debut 7/12/80)
They must be kidding – an awful undanceable 172bpm 12in frantic helter-skelter of synthetics, this does at least slow down to a better 126-127-126bpm at 33 1/3rpm (a speed-spin in reverse!), the pleasant slow quiet 44/88bpm ‘Keep It Going’ flip being rather reggae.

SHEILA AND B. DEVOTION: ‘King Of The World’ (Carrere CAR 150T)
Chic-produced again though less subtle and noisier 128-127-128bpm 12in Europop. Note the added “And” in their name.

JUDIE TZUKE: ‘The Choices You’ve Made’ (Rocket XPRES 31)
Beefily thudding 125-121bpm 7in DOR with a surprising amount of disco smack.

MECO: ‘Empire Strikes Back (Medley)’ (RSO 2090458)
Fast 145bpm 7in discofied movie theme disappoints despite authentic soundtrack effect.


Imports

CRUSADERS: ‘Soul Shadows’ (from LP ‘Rhapsody And Blues’, US MCA MCA-5124)
Beautifully packaged and obviously destined to be big but a somewhat subdued new set, exemplified by this somber Bill Withers-sung 44/87-86-88-87-88bpm jogger, the only other tracks that aren’t lush jazz slowies like the 43bpm ‘Elegant Evening’ being the slinkily building 96-99-100bpm ‘Honky Tonk Struttin’’ and politely tootling 124-125-124-123-124bpm ‘Last Call’.

GEORGE BENSON: ‘Give Me The Night’ (US Warner Bros. WBS 49505) (BNDA debut 7/12/80)
Quincy Jones-prod/Rod Temperton-penned dynamite chunkily chugging 111bpm 7in thudder with scatting, not much guitar and a great break near the end where the main music drops out leaving clapping and vocal in the gap. ‘Dinorah Dinorah’ is a relaxed 119bpm guitar instrumental flip.

DYNASTY: ‘I’ve Just Begun To Love You’ (US Solar YD-12027) (BNDA debut 6/28/80)
Strange smacking and yowling synth intro becomes a hit-bound jauntily bubbling infectious 115-116bpm 12in smacker strongly influenced by elements of the Isley Brothers’ sound (especially the splurging guitar set against a steadily tripping beat).

AL DI MEOLA: ‘Roller Jubilee’ (from LP ‘Splendido Hotel’, US Columbia C2X 36270)
Tinkling acoustic guitarist’s double album (he uses the gatefold to thank everyone bar his midwife), suddenly hot with jazz jocks for this frantically flying 128bpm romper which chopped minus intro between George Duke’s vocal and Freeez created more enquiries than anything else last Saturday, though Fatman kept muttering it was awful! It’s on US 7in too, the album being due here next week (CBS 88468) and including a lovely throbbing 111bpm duet with the legendary Les Paul on ‘Spanish Eyes’.

SUN: ‘Fancy Feet’ (from LP ‘Sun Over The Universe’, US Capitol ST-12088)
Jerky fully-fleshed 123bpm chugger with nice brass and piano breaks and a naggingly familiar lilt, the full 125bpm ‘Space Ranger (Majic’s In The Air)’ sounding perkier somehow now with good guitar and synth counterpointing the bubbly bass and vocal, while ‘You Threw My Love Away’ is a fast 136bpm brassy blaster, ‘Hot Spot’ a swaying 113bpm tripper and ‘Quest’ a pleasant gentle 113bpm instrumental.

PLEASURE: ‘Take A Chance’ (from LP ‘Special Things’, US Fantasy F-9600)
Distinguished by an interestingly sparse sound behind the staccato soul vocals, this brassily started precise 117bpm jolter is linked entirely to the lean bass beat and ‘Now You Choose Me’ is an equally unfleshed 115bpm backbeat basher, ‘Law Of The Raw’ being an angrily growling 109(intro)-112bpm beefy guitar instrumental.

GOOGIE & TOM COPPOLA: ‘Missing Love’ (US Columbia 43-11294)
Squeakily sung lushly jogging and roiling slow 94/47bpm 12in half-stepper has the Stacy Lattisaw sound crossed with a Lowrell-like beat.

IRAKERE: ‘Anung Anunga’ (US Columbia 1-11299)
Manu Dibango-like 120-121-122bpm Afro-Latin rattler now usefully on 7in.



UK Disco Top 90 – June 28, 1980

01 01 Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway – Back Together Again – Atlantic 12″
02 03 Surface Noise – The Scratch – WEA 12″
03 02 Jermaine Jackson – Let’s Get Serious – Motown 12″
04 05 Teena Marie – Behind The Groove – Motown 12″
05 04 Crown Heights Affair – Use Your Body & Soul / You Gave Me Love – De-Lite 12″
06 06 Lipps, Inc. – Funkytown – Casablanca 12″
07 09 Stacy Lattisaw – Jump To The Beat – Atlantic 12″
08 07 Freeez – Keep In Touch – Calibre 12″
09 08 Narada Michael Walden – I Shoulda Loved Ya – Atlantic 12″
10 10 Mystic Merlin – Just Can’t Give You Up – Capitol 12″
11 16 Frank Hooker & Positive People – This Feelin’ – DJM 12″
12 15 Brothers Johnson – Light Up The Night – A&M 12″
13 11 Rodney Franklin – The Groove – CBS 12″
14 20 Bobby Thurston – You Got What It Takes – Epic 12″
15 23 Change – A Lover’s Holiday / The Glow Of Love – WEA 12″
16 17 George Duke – Brazilian Love Affair – US Epic LP
17 12 Mass Production – Shante – Atlantic 12″
18 14 Bobby Thurston – Check Out The Groove – Epic 12″
19 13 Sho Nuff – It’s Alright – Ensign 12″
20 19 Baby’O – In The Forest – US Baby’O 12″
21 18 Jermaine Jackson – Burnin’ Hot – Motown LP
22 21 Average White Band – Let’s Go Round Again – RCA 12″
23 22 Raydio – For Those Who Like To Groove / Two Places At The Same Time / Until The Morning Comes – Arista 12″
24 30 Odyssey – Use It Up And Wear It Out / Don’t Tell Me, Tell Her – RCA 12″
25 24 Randy Crawford – Last Night In Danceland / Tender Falls The Rain – Warner Bros. 12″
26 26 B.T. Express – Give Up The Funk / Takin’ Off / Does It Feel Good – US Columbia LP
27 28 Cameo – On The One / Cameosis – Casablanca 12″
28 27 Aurra – When I Come Home / In The Mood – Salsoul 7″/US Dream 12″
29 35 Invisible Man’s Band – All Night Thing – Island 12″
30 25 Eddy Grant – My Turn To Love You – Ice 12″
31 29 Gary Bartz – Music – Arista 12″
32 45 Starship Orchestra – You’re A Star / New York New York / The Genie / All Those Things – US Columbia LP
33 31 Brothers Johnson – Stomp! – A&M 12″
34 34 Gap Band – I Don’t Believe You Want To Get Up And Dance – Mercury 12″
35 53 Kool & The Gang – Hangin’ Out – De-Lite 12″
36 51 Johnny Guitar Watson – Booty Ooty – DJM 12″
37 39 Mark Soskin – Walk Tall / Colossus – Prestige 12″
38 42 Yellow Magic Orchestra – Firecracker – A&M 12″
39 44 Stacy Lattisaw – Don’t You Want To Feel It / Dynamite! / You Know I Like It – US Cotillion LP
40 55 Donald Byrd – Dominoes (live at the Roxy) – US Blue Note LP
41 47 El Coco – Let’s Get It Together – AVI 12″
42 40 One Way feat. Al Hudson – Do Your Thang – MCA 7″
43 36 Jimmy Ruffin – Hold On To My Love – RSO 7″
44 37 Gayle Adams – Gayle Adams (all cuts) – US Prelude LP
45 33 Detroit Spinners – Body Language – Atlantic 12″
46 50 Gladys Knight & The Pips – Taste Of Bitter Love – US Columbia LP
47 52 Change – Searching / It’s A Girl’s Affair – US RFC LP
48 49 Cecil Parker – Really Really Love You – US TEC 12″
49 80 Tom Browne – Funkin’ For Jamaica – Arista 12″
50 41 Phyllis Hyman – Under Your Spell / Kiss You All Over – Arista 12″
51 61 Diana Ross – Diana (all cuts) – Motown LP
52 48 GQ – GQ Down – Arista 12″
53 54 Junior Murvin – Police And Thieves – Island 12″
54 56 Michael Jackson – She’s Out Of My Life – Epic 7″
55 63 Rene & Angela – Free And Easy / Do You Really Love Me / Turn It Out / I Don’t Know – Capitol LP
56 57 John Handy – Hard Work – ABC/Impulse LP
57 43 Diana Ross & The Supremes – Supremes Medley – Motown 12″
58 64 Dave Grusin – Rag Bag / Friends And Strangers / City Nights / Either Way – Japanese JVC LP
59 38 Jerry Knight – Overnight Sensation – A&M 7″/US 12″
60 60 Con Funk Shun – Got To Be Enough – Mercury 12″
61 74 Gene Chandler – Does She Have A Friend – 20th Century 12″
62 RE Lonnie Liston Smith – Give Peace A Chance / Space Princess / Sunburst – CBS 12″
63 59 Randy Crawford – Same Old Story / Blue Flame / My Heart Is Not As Young As It Used To Be / One Day I’ll Fly Away – Warner Bros. LP
64 67 Deodato – Whistle Bump / Knights Of Fantasy / Space Dust – Warner Bros. 12″
65 58 Jeff Lorber Fusion – Wizard Island (all cuts) – US Arista LP
66 66 Ozone – Walk On – US Motown LP
67 NE One Way feat. Al Hudson – Pop It / Let’s Go Out Tonite / I Wanna Be With You – US MCA LP
68 NE Cameron – Let’s Get It Off / Magic Of You – US Salsoul LP
69 46 Bunny Mack – Love You Forever / Let Me Love You – Rokel 12″
70 72 Dan Siegel – Bad Habit / Friday / Phunkin’ / Nite Ride – US Inner City LP
71 65 S.O.S. Band – Take Your Time (Do It Right) – Tabu 12″
72 NE George Benson – Give Me The Night / Dinorah, Dinorah – US Warner Bros. 7″
73 NE Flakes – Sugar Frosted Lover – US Magic Disc 12″
74 83 Ben E. King – Music Trance – Atlantic 12″
75 70 Breakwater – Say You Love Me Girl / Splashdown / Love Of My Life / The One In My Dream / You – US Arista LP
76 62 Jean Carn – Was That All It Was – US Philadelphia Int’l 12″
77 69 Ronnie Laws – O.T.B.A. Law (Outta Be A Law) / Every Generation – UA 12″
78 RE Denise LaSalle – I’m So Hot / May The Funk Be With You – US MCA LP
79 68 Fern Kinney – I Want You Back / Groove Me – WEA 12″
80 78 Bob Marley & The Wailers – Could You Be Loved – Island 12″
81 82 Two Tons ‘O Fun – Just Us / Got The Feeling – Fantasy 12″
82 89 Invisible Man’s Band – Love Can’t Come/Love Has Come – US Mango LP
83 75 Rhyze – Just How Sweet Is Your Love – US Sam 12″
84 81 Sylvia St. James – Better Things / Can’t Make You Mine / Ghetto Lament – US Elektra LP
85 76 L.A. Boppers – Is This The Best / Watching Life – Mercury 12″
86 NE Temptations – Power – Motown 12″
87 RE Twennynine feat. Lenny White – Peanut Butter / Citi Dancin’ – Elektra 12″
88 NE Al Di Meola – Roller Jubilee – US Columbia LP
89 NE Isaac Hayes – I Ain’t Never – Polydor 12″
90 73 Ndugu & The Chocolate Jam Co. – Shadow Dancing – Epic 12″
NE = new entry; RE = re-entry


Appeared in Billboard:
#1 (BNDA debut 4/5/80) / #3 (BNDA debut 4/5/80) / #4 (BNDA debut 3/29/80)
#5 (BNDA debut 3/22/80) / #6 (BNDA debut 1/26/80) / #7 (BNDA debut 5/17/80)
#9 (BNDA debut 12/22/79) / #11 (BNDA debut 5/17/80) / #13 (BNDA debut 5/17/80)
#14 (BNDA debut 3/1/80) / #15 (BNDA debut 3/29/80) / #18 (BNDA debut 3/1/80)
#20 (BNDA debut 4/26/80) / #21 (BNDA debut 4/5/80) / #22 (BNDA debut 7/12/80)
#23 (BNDA debut 5/17/80) / #24 (BNDA debut 4/5/80) / #26 (BNDA debut 4/19/80)
#28 (BNDA debut 5/17/80) / #29 (BNDA debut 1/26/80) / #33 (BNDA debut 2/23/80)
#34 (BNDA debut 3/8/80) / #35 (BNDA debut 9/8/79) / #39 (BNDA debut 5/17/80)
#42 (BNDA debut 6/28/80) / #44 (BNDA debut 5/24/80) / #46 (BNDA debut 6/14/80)
#47 (BNDA debut 3/29/80) / #49 (BNDA debut 8/23/80) / #50 (BNDA debut 4/14/79)
#51 (BNDA debut 6/28/80) / #59 (BNDA debut 4/19/80) / #64 (BNDA debut 5/27/78)
#68 (BNDA debut 6/28/80) / #71 (BNDA debut 4/12/80) / #72 (BNDA debut 7/12/80)
#73 (BNDA debut 6/28/80) / #74 (BNDA debut 3/1/80) / #75 (BNDA debut 6/14/80)
#76 (BNDA debut 12/22/79) / #78 (BNDA debut 5/31/80) / #79 (BNDA debut 8/4/79)
#80 (BNDA debut 10/4/80) / #81 (BNDA debut 3/8/80) / #83 (BNDA debut 5/10/80)
#86 (BNDA debut 5/17/80) / #89 (BNDA debut 6/7/80)


Bubbling under the UK Disco Top 90:

CRUSADERS: ‘Soul Shadows’ / ‘Last Call’ / ‘Honky Tonk Struttin’’ (US MCA LP)
KURTIS BLOW: ‘The Breaks’ (instrumental) (US Mercury 12”) (BNDA debut 6/28/80)
JOHNNY GUITAR WATSON: ‘Love Jones’ / ‘Going Up In Smoke’ (DJM LP)
PATTI AUSTIN: ‘I Can’t Stop’ / ‘He’s Killing Me’ / ‘Body Language’ (US CTI LP)
DAN HARTMAN: ‘Free Ride’ (Blue Sky 12”) (BNDA debut 1/19/80)
STEPHANIE MILLS: ‘D-A-N-C-I-N’’ / ‘Try My Love’ (20th Century LP)
ROY AYERS & WAYNE HENDERSON: ‘Thank You Thank You’ / ‘Million Dollar Baby’ / ‘Have Your Way’ / ‘It Ain’t Your Sign’ (US Polydor LP)
YOUNG & COMPANY: ‘I Like (What You’re Doing To Me)’ (US Brunswick 12”) (BNDA debut 6/14/80)
DR STRUTT: ‘Struttin’’ (Motown 7”)
STANLEY CLARKE: ‘We Supply’ (US Epic 12” promo)
LONNIE LISTON SMITH: ‘Expansions’ (RCA 12”)
LAKESIDE: ‘From 9:00 Until’ (Solar 12”) (BNDA debut 5/24/80)
FRANKIE VALLI: ‘Passion For Paris/An American In Paris’ (MCA 12”)
MANFREDO FEST: ‘Jungle Kitten’ (US Tabu LP)
ISLEY BROTHERS: ‘Don’t Say Goodnight (It’s Time For Love)’ (Epic 7”)
A TASTE OF HONEY: ‘Boogie Oogie Oogie’ (Capitol 12” promo) (BNDA debut 5/27/78)
COLLINS & COLLINS: ‘You Know How To Make Me Feel So Good’ (US A&M LP)
AL JARREAU: ‘Distracted’ (US Warner Bros. LP)
SUN: ‘Space Ranger’ / ‘Fancy Feet’ (US Capitol LP)
VAUGHAN MASON & CREW: ‘Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll’ (US Brunswick 12”) (BNDA debut 2/9/80)
DETROIT SPINNERS: ‘Cupid / I’ve Loved You For A Long Time’ (Atlantic 12”) (BNDA debut 5/31/80)
BILLY PRESTON & SYREETA: ‘One More Time For Love’ (Motown 7”)
ELAINE & ELLEN: ‘Fill Me Up’ (US Ovation 12”) (BNDA debut 3/15/80)
GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS: ‘Landlord’ (CBS 7”)
CHARANGA 76: ‘Music Trance’ (US TR 12”)


DORC

1 (1) Roxy Music, 2 (3) Liquid Gold, 3 (2) Hot Chocolate, 4 (8) ELO, 5 (5) Manhattan Transfer, 6 (13) Don McLean, 7 (4) Paul McCartney, 8 (6) MASH, 9 (12) Gary Numan, 10 (7) Dexy’s, 11 (20) Matchbox, 12 (-) Korgis, 13 (15) Jona Lewie, 14 (14) Elton John, 15 (9) Logan, 16 (-) Olivia Newton-John & ELO, 17 (18) B.A. Robertson, 18 (-) Darts, 19 (11) Whitesnake, 20 (-) Police

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