November 1, 1980: Mouzon’s Electric Band, Fatback, Chocolate Milk, Light Of The World, Eddy Grant

ODDS ‘N’ BODS

DIANA ROSS ‘I’m Coming Out’ is due this week on UK 12in, others soon are Level 42 ‘(Flying On The) Wings Of Love’ (coupling two different mixes), Michel Urbaniak ‘Nanava’, Sadao Watanabe ‘No Problem’, Seawind ‘What Cha Doin’ . . . Blondie’s Boney M-like 97bpm ‘The Tide Is High’ (Chrysalis CHS 2465) was a late ’60s reggae hit by the Paragons . . . Young & Company on UK 12in turns out to be 120bpm . . . Incognito’s non-white label 12in was pressed in France and is the first injection moulded 12in I’ve seen . . . UK newies last week were again in the wrong order, and should have started with Kool, EWF LP – yes, EWF, two hours to BPM and not even printed! . . . Glenn J Simpson has left PEEL to form his own Airplay plugging company and needs more rock jocks for his ever-open mailing list – write him at Airplay, 32 Sovereign Street, Leeds LS1 4BJ (0532- 445102) . . . Dougall DJ has started an independent Promo-Scot! radio/TV/press/disco promotion service for record companies to cover Scotland in various combinations and packages, details (this is not a DJ mailing list) from 13 Burnbrae, Twechar, Kilsyth, Strathclyde, G65 9QY (0236-821120) . . . Andy Martin runs his Yarnton-based Midnight Hour mobile around the Oxford area doing weddings, parties, student gigs and the odd funk slot, and needs someone enthusiastic and versatile enough to run his second unit – apply on Kidlington (08675-3269) . . . Gonzalez blew up a storm at Mayfair Gullivers last week, one of the best bands ever there . . . I wonder where on earth in Exeter it was that Chris Dinnis bought a copy of Kanu Sukalagwun? . . . Paul Davison (Sawston Black Bull) says George Benson ‘On Broadway‘ is evidently a big Northern hit at Wigan Casino, etc . . . Dave Else’s Guildford Wooden Bridge venue must be one of the most-plugged currently, even if it is only to warn motorists about the road- works outside it on Capital Radio’s traffic news! . . . Kool ‘Love Festival’ is the most sensational synched long running mix out of Deodato ‘Night Cruiser’ – you can keep ’em going for ages as they’ve the same bass line! – my other killer megamix being Instant Funk ‘Everybody’, synch Prince ‘Head’, chop (minus guffaw) Tom Browne ‘Thighs High’, synch Kool ‘Celebration’, chop (minus intro) Wax ‘Got To Be’, chop Stevie Wonder ‘Did I Hear You Say You Love Me’, chop (minus intro) Jacksons ‘Lovely One’ LP version, while less spectacular but quite neatly synching are Wilton Felder ‘Insight’ / Slave ‘Feel My Love’ / Lenny White ‘It’s Music It’s Magic’ . . . Andy Greg (Loughton), Roy Gould (London Serpentine Restaurant) and James ‘Fish’ Heron (Stranraer) wonder why I segregate general pop hits from the disco chart, well, I reckon that people look to the disco chart for what is now a well defined type of music, that radio-plugged pop gets enough help elsewhere, and, to judge from the charts we get, that our contributors agree with this – however, whenever one of the DORC pop hits which might normally have been expected to feature in the disco chart finally gets enough “black-orientated” support to make the disco top 50 then I cross it over, the DORC being comprised of material that hit the pop Top 75 without any prior disco action . . . KEEP IT CLEAN!


CAISTER

SHOWSTOPPERS’ SECOND autumn 1980 Caister Soul Weekender starting this Friday stars Froggy, Greg Edwards and Jeff Young with, getting major mafia billing for the first time, Brother Louie, Martin Collins, Pete Tong, Mick Clark, Bob Jones, Les Knott and Eric Hearn (don’t forget to ask Eric about the Westwood Grange!). Going on past experience, the following comprises a Caister Survival Kit for any innocent first-timers: loo paper, soap, towel, matches for the cooker rings (instant central heating!), electric heater if you’re in caravan blocks below G, radio with FM waveband (very important!), several dry changes of clothing (water pistols get confiscated), and plenty of food unless you like mushy peas and chips. The mafia’s recommended eating place in nearby Gt Yarmouth is the Anglian Lodge at 69 Regent Road, just off the roundabout at the start of the main seafront about two miles from the camp (book on 3985 if eating after 1 am), where we normally gorge on lobsters and ginormous steaks for very reasonable money. Have fun, and if you can’t be good, be careful!


IMPORTS

MOUZON’S ELECTRIC BAND: ‘I Still Love You’ (US Vanguard Disco SPV 36).
Infectious steadily cantering 116 – 115 – 114bpm 12in lurching swinger with squawking jazzy sax and title line-chanting squeaky chaps, thrown away as flip but far more effective than the ‘Everybody Get Down‘ fast bounding 131 – 130 – 129bpm “disco” A-side.

FATBACK: ‘Concrete Jungle’ (LP ’14 Karat’ US Spring SP-1-6729).
Unusual almost afro-type rattling 121 – 122 – 123bpm mainly instrumental chanter with moody synth tones over percussion that synchs superbly out of the Linx ‘Family Mix’, ‘Let’s Do It Again‘ being a boring monotonous 111 – 112 – 111 – 112bpm funk plodder and ‘Chillin’ Out‘ a samba-type jazzy 56/112 – 113bpm instrumental swayer. The UK album will also include ‘Backstrokin” and ‘Gotta Get My Hands On Some (Money)’.

CHOCOLATE MILK: ‘Hey Lover’ (US RCA PD-12031).
Always my own fave off the New Orleans-based band’s LP, this heavily thudding 105bpm stolid funk clomper is now on beefed-up 12in and should be a useful mixer (it used to go with ‘Oops’). 

BOHANNON: ‘Dance Dance Dance All Night’ (LP ‘One Step Ahead’ US Phase II JW-36857).
Typical but fast sparse jittery 129 – 131 – 130bpm rhythm workout with Carolyn Crawford wailing through an acapella break near the end, while the 7in-issued 122bpm ‘Throw Down The Groove‘ is still stupidly split into two parts.

LAKESIDE: ‘Fantastic Voyage’ (US Solar YD-12130).
Annoyingly familiar jittery little 117bpm 12ín smacker with buzzing bass synth and gruff choppy vocals borrows from several influences without really standing out in its own right.

PEOPLE’S CHOICE: ‘Special Things For You’ (LP ‘People’s Choice’ US Casablanca NBLP 7246).
Tom Moulton-produced accelerating smoothly rolling purposeful slow thudding 97 – 103bpm jogger with Dexter Wansel synth and yowling guitar amongst the chix-joined wailing chanting ‘You Ought To Be Dancing‘ being a lacklustre 118bpm smacker, ‘If I Knew Then What I Know Now‘ a strainingly gruff 120bpm soul bounder, ‘My Feet Won’t Move But My Shoes Did The Boogie‘ a monotonous slow 93 – 94 – 95bpm smacker, ‘Bad Dancin’ Rita‘ a dull 117bpm clomper and ‘Sweeter Than Honey’ a dramatically starting 38/76bpm slow soul swayer, all to my mind a bit disappointing.

LENNY WILLIAMS: ‘Messing With My Mind’ (LP ‘Let’s Do It Today’ US MCA MCA-5147).
Less than incisive soul set with nothing aimed at dancers, though this thudding 114bpm jogger with intensifying ‘Back Together Again’-type attack is getting some attention, along with the Eddie Rabbitt 36bpm slow ‘Suspicions’, Five Stairsteps 35 – 0bpm ‘Ooh Child’, swaying 116bppm ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’, meandering 53/106bpm title track, while he duets with Carla Thomas on the semi-slow 114bpm ‘If You Don’t Want My Love’.

MIKE MANDEL: ‘Don’t Cha Give Up’ (LP ‘Utopia Parkway’ US Vanguard Free Style VSO 79437).
While otherwise indeed a specialist wine bar fuzak set, this is a trendily vocoder-gurgled nice slow 80bpm ‘Rise’-type jogging smacker with Houston Person’s searing sax.

AHMAD JAMAL: ‘Touch Me In The Morning’ (LP ‘Night Song’ US Motown M7-945R1).
Lushly orchestrated relaxing lightweight cocktail piano jazz set, this being a pleasantly swaying 56/113 – 57/115bpm treatment of Di’s toon, Ike’s ‘Deja Vu’ at 37/74bpm and Pinnochio’s ‘When You Wish Upon A Star’ at 48 – 50 – 52/104bpm being prettily tinkled, ‘Bad Times’ a moody 49/99bpm throbber and ‘Theme From M*A*S*H*’ is complex fuzak.

DIANA ROSS: ‘It’s My Turn’ (US Motown M-1496F).
Radio-orientated tuneful dead slow-starting 0 – 37 – 39bpm 7in piano ballad from a new Michael Douglas/Jill Clayburgh film.

GENTY: ‘You Don’t Know Like I Know’ (US Venture VD-5015).
Produced by original writer Isaac Hayes, Sam & Dave’s ’60s soul classic gets a noisy smacking 130bpm 12in revival that’s too blatantly “disco” to be soulful, but the 30bpm ‘Baby Goodnight’ flip’s a mellow smoocher.


UK NEWIES

LIGHT OF THE WORLD: ‘Time’ (LP ‘Round Trip’ Ensign ENVY 14).
Only on very limited white label so far, the Augie Johnson-produced consistently excellent set is led off by this dynamite old-style Brass Construction-type 124 – 123bpm leaper, ‘I Shot The Sheriff‘ being a great loping Brothers Johnson-ish 121 – 120 – 121 – 120 – 121- 122 (bass on) bpm snapper. ‘Painted Lady‘ a jiggling Hi Tension-ish 122bpm chugger, ‘Visualise Yourself (And Your Mind)‘, a brassy jittering 118 – 120 – 121bpm smooth jolter, ‘Something For Nothing‘ another tougher bass-snapped 116/58 (intro) – 120 – 121bpm jolter, ‘More Of Myself‘ a Mikki (Side Effect) Howard-wailed 124bpm soul rattler, the poignant 36 – 35bpm ‘I Walk The Streets Alone’ and lush 34bpm ‘I’m So Happy’ being smoochers, while the jazzy 121bpm ‘Pete’s Crusade’ and hit 26 – 101 – 105 – 102 – 105 – 102 – 105bpm ‘London Town’ are already known on 12in.

EDDY GRANT: ‘Do You Feel My Love’ (Ensign ENY 4512).
‘Frontline’-type but slower terrific l24 – 125bpm 12in reggae-funk swinger (initially on white label) with great buzzing bass synth bits and dub-like lead up to an abrupt cold finish, once again the B-side instrumental 125bpm ‘Symphony For Michael (Opus 2)‘ carrying on with Bach-like cathedral organ tones that for me make it even better.

JEROME: ‘If You Walk Out That Door’ (DJM DJR 18015).
Rah Band-backed (ie. Richard Hewson-arranged/co-prod) excellent emphatically thudding powerful 0 – 119 – 120bpm 12in blue-eyed soul strutter by the previously named Steve Jerome, continuing DJM’s remarkable renaissance as a hip label.

EARTH WIND & FIRE: ‘And Love Goes On’ (LP ‘Faces’ CBS 88498).
Familiar sounding double set, for me the killer being this dramatically introed then attractively lilting Latin-ish 117 (intro) – 121 – 122 – 124bpm throbber, followed by the rock guitar-introed trucking bouncy 115 – 116 – 117 – 118bpm ‘Back On The Road‘ and pent-up 115 – 116 – 117 – 118bpm jolting ‘Win Or Lose‘, typical EWF being the thrusting urgent 125 – 128bpm ‘Song In My Heart‘ and rolling spiky staccato 126 – 127 – 128 – 129bpm ‘Share Your Love‘, ‘Pride‘ being an abruptly blasting 115bpm brassy clopper, the title track a sound effect-spiced frantic jazzy 140bpm flier, ‘In Time‘ a ponderously spiralling slow 105 – 106 – 107 – 108 – 109bpm pounder, ‘Sparkle’ a disjointed wailing 57/114 – 115bpm harmony jitterer, ‘Take It To The Sky’ a 0 – 84 – 86bpm bumping jogger, ‘Turn It Into Something Good’ a pitter-pattering 85bpm jogger, while real slowies are the tortuous 0 – 34bpm ‘You’, overwrought 18 – 38 – 41bpm ‘You Went Away’ and waltzing 34bpm ‘Sailaway’.

NINO TEMPO & 5th AVENUE SAX: ‘(Hooked On) Young Stuff’ (A&M Disco AMSX 7568).
Great mellow electric piano-prodded leaping 127 – 124 – 128 – 127 – 128bpm 12in jazz sax and chanting skipper reissued it seems at Robbie Vincent’s suggestion.

SEAWIND: ‘What Cha Doin’ (LP ‘Seawind’ A&M AMLH 64824).
Sounding surprisingly like Michael Jackson as well as Teena Marie, pretty Pauline Wilson’s lurching staccato strutting 117bpm smacker synchs nicely out of the ‘Behind The Groove’ remix, while ‘Pra Vose‘ is a pleasant gently starting 52 – 105 – 108 – 107bpm instrumental jazz samba (the Hawaiian-based group’s produced by George Duke).

ROY AYERS: ‘Rock Your Roll’ (LP ‘Love Fantasy’ Polydor 2391492).
Rather over-obvious sparse synth-snapping 126 – 124 – 126 – 124 – 126 – 125bpm chix-chanted disco churner, ‘Baby Bubba‘ being a jerky monotonous 116 – 118 – 120bpm jolter with electronically distorted voices, while three similar semi-slow joggers are far more satisfying in every way and really nice – the 102bpm conversational title track duet, 104/52 – 106bpm ‘Betcha Gonna‘ and already 12in-issued 100 – 101bpm ‘Believe In Yourself’.


DJ TOP TEN

GREG WILSON has moved from his old Merseyside haunts to become resident at Wigan’s famous Pier on Tues/Thurs/Fri/Saturdays. Tuesday being his up-front jazz-funk night when in amongst the latest imports he features popular oldies like these:

1. CENTRAL PARK – Chick Corea LP
2. KILLER JOE – Benny Golson LP
3. DELIRIUM – Francine McGee 12in
4. THE WORLD IS A GHETTO – George Benson LP
5. WATERMELON MAN – Mongo Santamaria 12in
6. MATCHMAKERS – Lee Ritenour LP
7. THE BOTTLE – Gil Scott-Heron LP
8. OUT OF THE BLUE – Gap Band 7in
9. WINGS OF FIRE – Dennis Coffey 12in
10. SPANISH HUSTLE – Fatback Band LP


UK Disco Top 90 – November 1, 1980

01 01 Linx – You’re Lying / Remix – Chrysalis 12″
02 02 Coffee – Casanova – De-Lite 12″
03 06 Black Slate – Amigo – Ensign 12″
04 04 Stevie Wonder – Masterblaster (Jammin’) – Motown 12″
05 06 George Benson – Love X Love / On Broadway / Off Broadway – Warner Bros 12″
06 05 Teena Marie – I Need Your Lovin’ / Behind The Groove (Remix) – Motown 12″
07 07 Deodato – Night Cruiser / Love Magic – Warner Bros 12″
08 09 Light Of The World – London Town / Pete’s Crusade – Ensign 12”
09 28 Wilton Felder – Inherit The Wind – MCA 12”
10 14 Geraldine Hunt – Can’t Fake The Feeling – Champagne 12”
11 10 Ottawan – D.I.S.C.O. – Carrere 12”
12 27 Jacksons – Lovely One – Epic
13 22 Tom Browne – Thighs High – Arista GRP 12”
14 21 Rah Band – Falcon – DJM 12”
15 08 Change – Searching – WEA 12″
16 15 Diana Ross – My Old Piano – Motown 12”
17 12 Gap Band – Party Lights – Warner Bros 12”
18 13 Shalamar – I Owe You One – Solar 12”
19 19 Kool & The Gang – Celebration – De-Lite 12”
20 24 Gap Band – Oops Up Side Your Head – Mercury 12”
21 11 Rick James – Big Time – Motown 12”
22 29 Narada Michael Walden – I Want You / The Real Thang / Get Up! / Lucky Fella / Take It To The Bossman – Atlantic LP
23 25 Willie ‘Beaver’ Hale – Groove On – US Cat 12”/LP
24 20 Young & Company – I Like (What You’re Doing To Me) – Excaliber 12”
25 18 Queen – Another One Bites The Dust – EMI/US Electra 12” Promo
26 37 Hiroshi Fukumura – Hunt Up Wind / Captain Caribe – Champagne 12”
27 30 Frankie Smith – Double Dutch / Double Dutch Bus – US WMOT 12”
28 39 Larry Graham – One In A Million You – Warner Bros 12”
29 23 George Benson – Give Me The Night – Warner Bros 12”
30 34 Gayle Adams – Stretch’In Out (Remix) / Your Love Is A Life Saver – US Prelude 12”
31 33 Ernie Watts – Just Holdin’ On – US Elektra LP
32 16 Fatback – Backstrokin’ – Spring 12”
33 46 Glen Adams Affair – Just A Groove – US Sam 12”
34 17 William DeVaughn – Be Thankful For What You’ve Got – EMI
35 19 Kool & The Gang – Love Festival / Take It To The Top / Jones Vs Jones / Morning Star / Night People / Just Friends – US De-Lite LP
36 26 Mirage – Summer Grooves – Flamingo 12”
37 36 Kurtis Blow – The Breaks – Mercury 12”
38 32 Jimmy Senyah – Weakness For Your Sweetness – Rokel 12”
39 49 Azymuth – Dear Limmertz / Papasong – US Milestone LP
40 54 Jacksons – Can You Feel It / Heartbreak Hotel / Your Ways / Walk Right Now / Everybody / Wondering Who / Time Waits For No One – Epic LP
41 43 Earth, Wind & Fire – Let Me Talk – CBS 12”
42 52 Incognito – Parisienne Girl – Ensign 12”
43 51 Slave – Feel My Love / Watching You / Dreamin’ / Stone Jam / Let’s Spend Some Time / Sizzlin’ Hot – US Cotillion LP
44 60 Fred Wesley – House Party – RSO 12”
45 35 Jimmy ‘Bo’ Horne – Is It In – US Sunshine 12”
46 48 Bob Marley – Three Little Birds – Island
47 45 Randy Crawford – One Day I’ll Fly Away – Warner Bros 12”
48 NE Odyssey – If You’re Looking For A Way Out – RCA 12”
49 44 The Dells – All About The Paper / I Touched A Dream – 20th Century-Fox 12”
50 41 Kelly Marie – Feels Like I’m In Love – Calibre Plus 12”
51 67 Zapp – More Bounce To The Ounce – Warner Bros 12”
52 55 Wilton Felder – Insight / Until The Morning Comes / L.A. Light – MCA LP
53 62 Hubert Laws – Family – US Columbia LP
54 47 Love Don’t Make It Right – Ashford & Simpson – Warner Bros 12”
55 69 Twennynine/Lenny White – Fancy Dancer / Kid Stuff / It’s Music It’s Magic / Just Right For Me – US Elektra LP
56 38 McFadden & Whitehead – I Heard It In A Love Song – TSOP 12”
57 58 Jazz Sluts – Fuchi (Free Spirit) – Epic 12”
58 70 Seawind – What Cha Doin’ / Pra Vose – A&M LP
59 42 Ned Doheney – To Prove My Love – Japanese CBS Sony LP
60 64 Michael Henderson – Wide Receiver – Buddah 12”
61 57 LaToya Jackson – If You Feel The Funk / Are You Ready – US Polydor LP
62 56 Roy Ayers – (Sometimes) Believe In Yourself – Polydor 12”
63 59 Sadao Watanabe – No Problem / Up Country / Nice Shot (Live) – US Columbia LP
64 53 Daybreak – Everybody Get Off – US Prelude 12”
65 86 Maynard Ferguson – It’s My Time / Star / Dance To Your Heart – US Columbia LP
66 75 Michael Urbaniak – Joy / Nanava / Circular Road – US Motown LP
67 84 Diana Ross – I’m Coming Out / Tenderness / Give Up – Motown LP
68 61 David Matthews – Cosmic City – Japanese Electric Bird LP
69 NE Stephanie Mills – Never Knew Love Like This Before – 20th Century-Fox 12”
70 NE Eddy Grant – Do You Feel My Love / Symphony For Michael (Opus 2) – Ensign 12” promo
71 NE Light Of The World – Time / I Shot The Sheriff / Painted Lady / Visualise Yourself / Something For Nothing / More Of Myself / I Walk The Street Alone – Ensign LP promo
72 NE Herb Alpert – Red Hot – A&M 12”
73 NE Rollercoaster – I Wish – Pye LP
74 NE Patti Austin – I Can’t Stop / People In Love – CTI 12”
75 65 Pointer Sisters – He’s So Shy / Save This Night For Love / We Got The Power – Planet LP
76 NE Billy Frazier & Friends – Billy Who? – US Bijuma 12”
77 73 Mtume – So You Wanna Be A Star / Give It On Up – US Epic LP
78 NE Judy Roberts – The Other World / The Road Runner – US Inner City LP
79 NE Instant Funk – Everybody / The Funk Is On / It’s Cool – US Salsoul LP
80 63 Freeez – Stay / Hot Footing It – Pink Rhythm 12”
81 66 Ritz – I Wanna Get With You – US Posse 12”
82 80 RJ’s Latest Arrival – Ultimate Masterpiece – US VR 12”
83 NE Banda Black Rio – Miss Cheryl / Melissa – Brazilian RCA LP
84 71 Eumir Deodato – Uncle Funk / Groovitation – Warner Bros LP
85 NE James Brown – It’s Too Funky In Here / Get Up Offa That Thing – Polydor LP
86 NE Prince – Head / Uptown / Dirty Mind – US Warner Bros LP
87 NE Rodney Franklin – In The Center – US Columbia 12” promo
88 NE Minnie Riperton – Island In The Sun – Capitol 12”
89 NE Dave Valentin – Astro-March / Sindran’s Dream / Open Your Eyes / The Tellers -US GRP LP
90 68 Barbara Thompson – Sunset – MCA 12”


BREAKERS

BUBBLING UNDER the UK Disco 90 with increased support are:

Jermaine Jackson: ‘You’re Supposed To Keep Your Love For Me’ (Motown)
Evelyn Champagne King: ‘Let’s Get Funky Tonight’ (US RCA 12in)
Melody Stewart: ‘Get Down Get Down’ (US Roy B 12in)
Idris Muhammad: ‘For Your Love’ (Fantasy 12in)
James Brown: ‘Rapp Payback’ (US TK 12in)
Mouzon’s Electric Band: ‘I Still Love You’ (US Vanguard 12in)
Dee Dee Bridgewater: ‘Lonely Disco Dancer’ / ‘When You’re In Love’ (US Elektra LP)
Cameo: ‘Throw It Down’ / ‘Keep it Hot’ (US Chocolate City LP)
Peaches & Herb: ‘Hearsay’ / ‘Funtime’ (US Polydor LP)
Roy Ayers: ‘Rock Your Roll’ / ‘Love Fantasy’ (Polydor LP)
LAX: ‘All My Love’ (US Prelude 12in)
Al DiMeola: ‘Spanish Eyes’ (CBS)
SOS Band: ‘SOS’ (Tabu)
Stevie Wonder: ‘All I Do’ / ‘Did I Hear You Say You Love Me’ (Motown LP)
Sadao Watanabe: ‘Orange Bypass’ / ‘Just Cruisin” (US Inner City LP)
Cloud: ‘All Night Long’ (Flashback 12in)
Lenny Williams: ‘Suspicions’ / ‘Messing With My Mlnd’ / ‘Let’s Do It Today’ (US MCA LP)
Ovaltineys: ‘We Are The Ovaltineys’ / ‘Happy Days Are Here Again’ (OVA)
Dimples: ‘Confidential’ (Orbitone 12in)
Richie Rome: ‘Remember Me’ / ‘Deep’ (US Elektra LP)
Fatback: ‘Concrete Jungle’ / ‘Let’s Do It Again’ (US Spring LP)
King Tim III: ‘Charley Says!’ (US Spring 12in)
Nino Tempo: ‘Young Stuff’ (A&M 12in)
EWF: ‘And Love Goes On’ (CBS LP)
Lincoln Thompson & The Rasses: ‘Spaceship’ (Ballistic 12in)


DORC (Dance Orientated Rock Chart)

1(1) Police, 2(5) Split Enz, 3(8) Madness, 4(4) Sheena Easton ‘MG’, 5(7) Police ‘De Do Do Do’, 6(6) Donna Summer, 7(10) Robert Palmer, 8(15) Barbra Streisand, 9(9) Sheena Easton ‘9-5’, 10(17) Bad Manners. 11(3) Rolling Stones, 12(13) Billy Joel, 13(14) Orch Manoeuvres, 14(12) Piranhas, 15(-) Kelly Marie, 16(11) David Bowie ‘Fashion’, 17(20) Status Quo, 18(-) Nolans, 19(-) Barron Knights, 20(-) Specials.


HIT NUMBERS

Beats Per Minute for last week’s pop chart entries on 7in are:
Sheena Easton 136f, ONJ/Cliff Richard 17 – 34 – 0r, UK Subs 191f, Jacksons 122f, Dennis Waterman 117f, Geraldine Hunt 117 – 118f, Tom Browne 119 – 117 – 119f, Planets 150 – 152f, Suzi Quatro 175 – 0r, Dollar 42/84f, Hazel O’Connor 141 – 142 – 0r, Cockney Rejects 0 – 220 – 0r.

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