September 10, 1983: Hot Streak, Curtis Hairston, The B Boys, Skyy, Hamilton Bohannon

ODDS ‘N’ BODS

ALAN COULTHARD has mixed CBS’s new ‘Dance Mix Dance Hits II‘ LP due next week, with a far stronger and more compatible looking line up of tracks than poor Froggy had to use last time, while Alan’s Duran Duran megamix for this month’s Disco Mix Club will be accompanied by not two but three cassettes of promo material . . . Volume 2 of the ‘KISS-FM Mastermix‘ series is now on import Prelude LP but features disappointingly dated tracks . . . ‘In Store Music’ plugger Granville Williams is fretting that DJs sent the cassettes of promo tracks for free are not filling their reactions as accurately as he’d like, some saying they already had a record before it had even been pressed — does it really matter? . . . El Chicano and the Booker Newberry III follow-up will be out here next week . . . Bensons of Henley at Remenham Hill have their music biz barbeque this Sunday (11) at 7pm, don’t forget (details last week) . . . Colin Day has taken over the ‘Dancing In The Streets’ Saturday 6-8pm disco show on Worcester’s Radio Wyvern but is short of good product from record companies/indie pluggers and could handle more interviews too . . . Cino Berigliano, still jocking, is now also working as a freelance plugger on dance records exclusively — but this is not an invite for DJs to call him as his service relies on personal contact with all the clubs in the London area rather than mail-outs (however, companies with product to plug can call 01-688 3699/551 0631) . . . Barry Brown of Barry’s Disco Centre in Gloucester is holding another annual Discomart exhibition at the Gloucester Leisure Centre on Sunday 13 November, stand space available on 0452-421126 . . . David Grant’s erstwhile Linx partner, Sketch is getting back into music but maybe in an unusual direction (just as long as it’s not like Shalamar, huh?!) . . . Chiltern Radio’s Sunday soul show host Martin Collins tragically lost his 16 year old sister last week, dying from an incurable respiratory problem, while one-time assistant editor of Record Mirror (responsible for my present job) and editor of several other Disco publications, Peter Harvey also sadly died recently — actually in mid-air aboard a flying ambulance on the way home to England for treatment for cancer of the liver — heartfelt condolences to both families . . . Rick James ‘Cold Blooded‘ took over as top US Black single . . . Kurtis Blow’s LP review missed the 104bpm ‘Got To Dance‘ last week . . . JFM’s ‘Crazy Chris’ Ryder kicks off Fridays at Gillingham’s Regency Nightclub with a Kenny Lynch PA this week, and also jazz-funks Saturdays at Coulsdon’s Dance Factory . . . Robbie Vincent, Jeff Young & Chris Bangs soul South Harrow Bogarts this Sunday (11) with 50p drinks 10-11pm . . . Cosmic, saying the Bank Holiday breakfast at Flicks was “allll right!”, is in slight confusion as the Liberties nightclub part of his Basildon residency has closed down although the New Yorker pub part hasn’t . . . Colin Hudd has been joined at Dartford Flicks by young blood David Williams for Tuesday’s under-18 ‘Teen Scene’ . . . Martin Waine does Fri/Sats at CJays on Colwyn Bay pier, but I was barbequeing in Denbigh the night he invited me there! . . . Peter Powell may have an annoyingly indistinct way of burbling on but he does at least sound different from his Radio One colleagues (and play more than the same six records over and over again!), as I came to realize once my cassettes had run out while exploring mainly sunny Central Wales later last week . . . John Tracy (Sheffield Leadmill/Manchester Hacienda) is one of several jocks who returned from hols in Spain full of praise for the standard of mixing and even sound and air conditioning in clubs there . . . New Yorker David Franco is new DJ and fellow American Elizabeth Krall the lighting jock at London Piccadilly’s Xenon, while around the corner in Bond Street The Embassy (celebrating its 3rd birthday tonight Thursday 8) has organised a petition to stop redevelopment of the site, which has housed a nightclub since 1870 . . . Dougie Mack, resident jock at Brighton’s Pink Coconut, says an earlier announcement of Jon Kutner’s that he’d also be working there was premature to say the least — he didn’t pass the audition! . . . Norman Scott similarly reports from the pink zone that despite muck raking by the gutter press there were over 1,200 gays at Brighton Bolts a couple of Sundays ago . . . Carl Richardson boogies with the boys this Saturday (10) at Hull Bali Hai . . . Adrian Dunbar (Southampton Warehouse) reckons the attitude of WEA plugger Fred Dove is very strange, as if DJs should feel honoured to be on his mailing list, and he now understands how pressure on DJs to chart any old track off dogpoop albums can distort the record’s real potential . . . IDA rep Martin ‘Fast Eddie’ Edwards, who also jocks at Harrow’s Mirrabeau winebar (Sunday MoR oldies his busiest night), says that in the current sales chart it’s easy to get to number 80 just on sales to DJs alone . . . Rayners Lane’s Record & Disco Centre has yet to sell a single Clark Sisters 12in, despite discounting ’em to 99p in the cheapo bin . . . Nancy Wilson’s old 67bpm ‘How Glad I Am‘ is nice out of Carmel ‘Bad Day‘, inspiring me at another of my 6am closedown mobile gigs last Saturday to dig out Ketty Lester ‘Love Letters‘, Nina Simone ‘I Put A Spell On You‘ and Esther Philips ‘Moody’s Mood For Love‘ too . . . Tyneside’s peripatetic DJ Dirty Harry writes from Abu Dhabi that he’ll be reporting soon from Poland! . . . Hartlepool DJ Paul Gough, without being on radio, has got an impressive scale of sponsorship from Datsun dealers Bradleys of Blackhall & Peterlee, who gave him a free (but signwritten) Datsun Cherry courtesy car in return for plugs at all his many North-Eastern gigs . . . Chris Britton (Watford Baileys) used to drive “expensive limos” like a Jag, Audi, Merc, but now has a new 1.6 Ghia Escort which does 0-60 in 10 secs and 32mpg (is that all? — what a gas guzzler!), although he’s yet to see how much disco gear fits in the back . . . Graham Hunter (Basingstoke) finds guest appearances easier now with a Ford Cortina Mk. 4 Estate, which takes all his records in the back instead of as before on the passenger seats (OK, I know you’re all agog, I get five big and two small LP boxes in the normal concealed boot of my Cherry!) . . . Herbie Hancock has really brought the electro revolution out into the open, lots of electro mixers which previously would have been confined to certain black London and Birmingham clubs now moving chartwards fast, while it’s interesting that the chief critics of electrophonic phunk are all white suburban DJs working outside the city centres . . . WIKKI WIKKI!


HOT VINYL

HOT STREAK: ‘Body Work’ (Polydor PSOPX 642)
Starting with a US Army style “sound off” chant, the instrumental flip’s acappella version of which is dynamite played un-synched as a cross-fade out of ‘Autodrive’, this Jellybean Benitez-mixed vocodered and chanting catchy jittering 121bpm 12in tuneful electro rattler has taken off like a rocket already.

CURTIS HAIRSTON: ‘I Want You (All Tonight)’ (US Pretty Pearl PP 510)
Chix-backed new soulster, sometimes sounding more like a soulstress (without any effeminacy), on an excellent creamily pushing 114bpm 12in chugger that already has the feel if not lyrics of a classic in the Newberry/McFadden & Whitehead mould (dub/edit flip). Should be huge.

THE B BOYS: ‘Two, Three, Break’ (US Vintertainment VTI-001)
‘Buffalo Gals’ and ‘Rockit’ paved the way, now here’s the ultimate scratcher — pure and simple, just a 104bpm 12in judder ‘n thud rhythm box beat programmed by Guy Vaughn with Chuck Chill Out scratching over it, giving it musical form minus anything as off-putting as an actual tune or real instruments! (Same track on flip).

SKYY: ‘Show Me The Way (Disconet Remix)’ (Dutch Rams Horn RHR 3250)
Now this really IS the Shep Pettibone remix, starting in this more evenly tempoed 115-117bpm 12in variation with repeated vroom vroom tones, and usefully with an instrumental version as flip!

HAMILTON BOHANNON: ‘Rock Your Body’ (LP ‘The Bohannon Drive’ US Compleat/Phase II CPL-1-1005)
Good strong main new 114bpm jiggling groove from a typical set, which includes in the 115-116bpm ‘Enjoy Your Day‘ another of his lovely lush piano melodies, while Carolyn Crawford wails up a storm on the exquisite deep soul smooch 29-30/60-58bpm ‘Tell Me You’ll Wait‘, other jitterers being the 122bpm ‘Running From Your Love‘, 110bpm ‘Do It Good‘, 119bpm ‘Wake Up‘.

DEL RICHARDSON: ‘Rainbows (Jazz Mix)’ (US Joy Spring JS 001)
The ex-Osibisa guy (oddly on import) has four variations of the same 114bpm rhythm track on one 12in all titled differently, his vocal lessening the longest ‘Soul On Fire (Club Mix)‘, but this simple plonking piano chorded instrumental version sounds terrific and works a treat.

AL JARREAU: ‘Boogie Down’ (WEA U9814T)
Extended into a very respectable 12in, this strutting brassy 122bpm smacker now comes alive whereas on LP it seemed a bit mundane, working well out of all George Benson’s similarly tempoed stuff.

ONE WAY: ‘Shine On Me’ (MCA MCAT 832)
Surely altered in format from initial pressings, this is now a 3-track 12in including their soul jocks-favoured vocally excellent 108bpm ‘Didn’t You Know It‘ shuffling swayer, although the commercial plug song remains this cleanly stomping driver with some D Train ‘Keep On’ bits, in not one but two different 112½bpm vocal mixes — the Morales/Munzibai ‘New York’ mix being so superior one wonders why they included the muddy ‘Detroit‘ effort.

LOVE BUG STARSKI: ‘You’ve Gotta Believe’ (US The Fever TFR-003)
Kurtis Blow co-produced chanting chix introed long instrumentally started superior sinuous 107bpm rapper on 4-track 12in with the more basic and almost satirically cliched shorter 99½bpm ‘Starski Live At The Disco Fever‘, plus their respective instrumentals.

LEROY BURGESS: ‘Heartbreaker’ (US Salsoul SG 409)
Shep Pettibone-mixed good soulfully sung resonantly bumbling side-to-side 110bpm 12in rolling swayer not surprisingly produced by Leroy himself, good mixed with Prestige, flipped by — not an instrumental but another song! — the Wonderish 111bpm ‘Stranger‘.

PLANET PATROL: ‘Cheap Thrills’ (21 Records POSPX 639)
Arthur Baker/John Robie-prod/penned return to their familiar faster electro format for the photogenic Temptations-influenced guys disjointedly introed 128bpm 12in jolter, the stark 127bpm instrumental flip having mixing possibilities (mainly ‘cos you can slow it down more).

DOLBY’S CUBE: ‘Get Out Of My Mix’ (US Capitol 8561)
Our own Thomas Dolby, who was of course behind Whodini, here lays down a mixers-aimed monotonous 105bpm 12in electro hip hop instrumental-with-effects, most remarkable though for the ‘Get On Out Of My Mix‘ flip being the same effects just on their own minus any instrumental — these effects sounding sensational at the same time (PFL the A-side to set up your synch) over the B Boys scratcher, adding immensely to it!

CAPTAIN ROCK: ‘The Return Of Capt. Rock’ (US NIA NI-1236)
Fantastic Aleems-prod/co-penned (with Dr Jeckyll & Mr Hyde) jerky violent stark 120bpm 12in electro rapper with snappy rhythm box beats good for mixing (inst flip).

WEST STREET MOB: ‘Break Dancin’ — Electric Boogie’ (US Sugarhill SH-460)
Rap-introed vocoder ‘n chatter 112bpm 12in electro scratcher full of scratching effects for mixers (last part possibly best), but then made tricky to mix smoothly by its uncompressed “open” sound (jolting brassy 118bpm instrumental ‘Let Your Mind Be Free‘ flip).

CHILLTOWN: ‘Rock The Beat (Dub Version)’ (US A&M SP-12071)
Richard Scher/Lotti Golden-created very empty instrumental 116bpm 12in synth hip hopper with good squawking sax later, better than the chipmunk/fella vocal A-side but best really only for mixers.

THE STRANGERS: ‘Step Out Of My Dream’ (US Salsoul SG 405)
Shep Pettibone-mixed/Hubert ‘D Train’ Eaves-prod/penned pleasant chap-sung tumbling and rolling slow 105bpm 12in swayer (inst ‘Dream Version’ flip). Possibly a bit of a grower though no blockbuster.

GENERAL CAINE: ‘Bomb Body’ (US Tabu 4Z9 04063)
Zapp-ish chunky monotonous 111⅔bpm 12in funk chugger with piercing wheezling synth (inst flip), another that’s best for mixers.

TONEY LEE: ‘Love So Deep’ (Design Communications DEST 2, via IDS)
Eric Matther-produced electronically juddering jerky 116½bpm 12in hollerer with surface synth excitement but no real development, as its chart performance on import reflected (inst flip).


DISCO TOP 85 – SEPTEMBER 10, 1983

01 06 Jam On Revenge (The Wikki-Wikki Song) – Newcleus – Becket 12”
02 03 What I Got Is What You Need – Unique – Prelude 12”
03 01 Rockit – Herbie Hancock – CBS 12”
04 05 One Mind Two Hearts – Paradise – Priority 12”
05 09 Body Work / Instrumental – Hot Streak – Polydor 12”
06 02 Show Me The Way (Remix) – New York Skyy – Epic 12”
07 08 Don’t You Get So Mad – Jeffrey Osborne – A&M 12”
08 26 I Think I Want To Dance With You – Rumple-Stilts-Skin – US Heat 12”
09 07 Out In The Night – Serge Ponsar – WEA International 12”
10 21 Go Deh Yaka – Monyaka – Polydor 12”
11 10 Just Be Good To Me – The SOS Band – Tabu 12”
12 04 Half The Day’s Gone And We Haven’t Earned A Penny – Kenny Lynch – Satril LP
13 12 The Crown – Gary Byrd – Motown 12”
14 11 Put Our Heads Together (Remix) – O’Jays – Philadelphia Int 12”
15 13 Put Our Heads Together – O’Jays – US Philadelphia Int 12”
16 14 Ladies Choice / Love Hassles – Stone City Band – US Gordy LP
17 22 A Time Like This – Haywoode – CBS 12”
18 16 Changing For You – Chi-Lites – R&B 12”
19 49 Just In Time – Raw Silk – West End 12”
20 31 Street Justice – The Rake – Streetwave 12”
21 17 Party Time – Kurtis Blow – Mercury 12”
22 28 High Noon – Two Sisters – IRS 12”
23 15 Jingo (Remix) / Jingo Breakdown – Candido – US Salsoul 12”
24 44 I’m The Packman – The Packman – US Enjoy 12”
25 34 Cold Blooded – Rick James – Gordy 12”
26 46 The Wildstyle – Time Zone – US CellulOid 12”
27 42 P.I.M.P. The S.I.M.P. – Rick James – US Gordy LP
28 52 Talk To Me – Lew Kirton – US Believe In A Dream 12”
29 54 Long Hot Summer – Style Council – Polydor 12”
30 51 In And Out / Closer Than Close / Sex Pot – Junior Walker – US Motown LP
31 40 Superstar (Billie Jean) – Lydia Murdock – US Team Entertainment 12”
32 24 Smooth – Edwin Starr – Calibre 12”
33 56 Tonight I Celebrate My Love – Peabo Bryson/Roberta Flack – Capitol 12”
34 29 Fool For You – Julie Roberts – Bluebird 12”
35 30 All Over Your Face – Ronnie Dyson – US Cotillion 12”
36 19 The Key (Instrumental) – Wuf Ticket – US Prelude 12”
37 32 (You’re A) Good Girl – Lillo – Capitol 12”
38 45 Autodrive / Future Shock – Herbie Hancock – CBS 12”
39 65 Rock The World!!! – Crown Heights Affair – US De-Lite LP
40 63 It’s Cool – Walter Jackson – US Chi-Sound 7”
41 33 You Brought The Sunshine – Clark Sisters – Elektra 12”
42 18 Crazy – Manhattans – CBS 12”
43 48 Ray-Gun-Omics – Project Future – Capitol 12”
44 76 Dr Jam (In The Slam) – Men At Play – Design Communications 12”
45 47 I Know / The Good Guy’s Supposed To Get The Girls – Philip Bailey – CBS 12”
46 53 The Sun Goes Down (Living It Up) – Level 42 – Polydor 12”
47 59 Let’s Get It Right / Instrumental – Keywi – Virgin 12”
48 23 Wait Until Tonight (My Love) – Galaxy – Ensign 12”
49 80 Dog Talk / Man’s Best Friend (Instrumental) – K-9 Corp – US Capitol 12”
50 20 Falling In Love – Surface – Salsoul 12”
51 73 Do You Want Me (Instrumental) – El Chicano – US Columbia 12”
52 60 Let The Music Play / Too Much Too Soon – Ian Prince – London 12”
53 35 I’m Sick And Tired – Larry Graham – Warner Bros 12”
54 58 Half The Day’s Gone (Bethnal Green Chin-Mental Funk Mix) – Kenny Lynch – Satril 12”
55 61 Valley Style (Billie Jean) – T. Ski Valley – US Capo 12”
56 67 Runnin’ (Remix) – Junior – Mercury 12”
57 — Nonline – IMS (International Music System) – US Emergency 12”
58 — Rock The Beat (Dub Version) – Chilltown – US A&M 12”
59 27 Color Blind / Give The Gift Of Music – Motivation – US De-Lite LP
60 — Keep On Rockin’ / Give Me Your Love – Active Force – US A&M LP
61 50 I.O.U. / I Dub You – Freeez – Beggars Banquet 12”
62 — Show Me The Way (Disconet Remix) – Skyy – Dutch Rams Horn LP
63 41 Hopscotch – Gwen Guthrie – Island 12”
64 — Feel The Force – G-Force – US SMI 12”
65 57 Inside Love (So Personal) / Love Will Come Again – George Benson – Warner Bros LP
66 71 What Do We Do – Atmosfear – Chrysalis 12”
67 — Rainbows (Jazz Remix) – Del Richardson – US Joy Spring 12”
68 — Tell Me If You Still Care – The SOS Band – US Tabu LP
69 78 Spread Your Love (Remix) – Earth Wind & Fire – US Columbia 12”
70 36 Boogie Nights – Lafleur – Proto 12”
71 — Boogie Down – Al Jarreau – WEA 12”
72 — Do My Ditty – Patrick Gammon – A&M 12”
73 — Rock Your Body / Enjoy Your Day – Hamilton Bohannon – US Compleat/Phase II LP
74 83 Gettin’ Money – Dr Jeckyll & Mr Hyde – US Profile 12”
75 — Spiritual Healing – Toots Hibbert – Island 12”
76 77 Atomic Dog – George Clinton – Capitol 12”
77 — Freak-A-Zoid / Wet My Whistle / Electricity – Midnight Star – Solar 12”
78 66 I Can Make You Dance – Zapp – US Warner Bros 12”
79 — Try Your Lovin’ – Cashmere – Philly World 12”
80 — Watching You Watching Me – David Grant – Chrysalis 12”
81 43 Big Blow / Soul Makossa – Manu Dibango – London 12”
82 82 The Return Of Capt. Rock – Captain Rock – US NIA 12”
83 — Summer Breeze / Instrumental – Baiser – Canadian Celsius 12”
84 38 Feels So Good / Night Rider – Midnight Star – Solar LP
85 — Club Tropicana – Wham! – Innervision 12”


BREAKERS

BUBBLING UNDER the Disco 85 are:

Isley Brothers: ‘Choosey Lover’ (Epic 12in)
Colors: ‘Am I Gonna Be The One’ (US First Take 12in)
The B Boys: ‘Two, Three, Break’ (US Vintertainment 12in)
KC: ‘Give It Up’ (Epic 12in)
Prestige: ‘Cheating’ (US Atlantic RFC 12in)
Raymun: ‘Do You Feel Like I Feel’ (US Clockwork 12in)
West Street Mob: ‘Break Dancin’ — Electric Boogie’ (US Sugarhill 12in)
‘Love Bug’ Starski: ‘You’ve Gotta Believe’ (US The Fever 12in)
Arkade Funk: ‘Search And Destroy’ (US DETT 12in)
Dolby’s Cube: ‘Get Out Of My Mix’ / Dub (US Capitol 12in)
UDM: ‘To Please You’ (US Kadabra 12in)
Shalamar: ‘Disappearing Act’ / ‘Closer’ (Solar 12in)
Ze-Brass: ‘Feels So Good’ (US Atlantic RFC 12in)
Black Uhuru: ‘Party Next Door’ (Island 12in)
Gonzalez: ‘Get It’ / ‘Closer To You’ (PRT 12in)


HIT NUMBERS

Beats Per Minute for last week’s Top 75 entries not previously covered on 7in (endings denoted by f/c/r for fade/resonant/cold):

Genesis 82½f, Big Country 108f, Gary Numan (0-)101f, Cliff Richard 101f, Ryan Paris 120½-120f, Beatles 156-152-0r, ELO 146f, Special AKA 79f, Newcleus 0-110r, ZZ Top 120f, Sylvester 128f (New Order this time evidently will be doing a 7in to help spread sales, soon).


NIGHTCLUB CHART

01 01 Rockit – Herbie Hancock – CBS 12”
02 02 The Crown – Gary Byrd & The GB Experience – Motown 12”
03 04 I.O.U. – Freeez – Beggars Banquet 12”
04 05 Out In The Night – Serge Ponsar – WEA 12”
05 03 Do It Again/Billie Jean (Medley) – Club House – Island 12”
06 21 The Sun Goes Down (Livin’ It Up) – Level 42 – Polydor 12”
07 06 Long Hot Summer – Style Council – Polydor 12”
08 12 Half The Day’s Gone And We Haven’t Earned A Penny – Kenny Lynch – Satril 12”
09 07 Gold – Spandau Ballet – Reformation 12”
10 10 Changing For You – Chi-Lites – R&B 12”
11 18 Dead Giveaway – Shalamar – Solar 12”
12 08 Put Our Heads Together – O’Jays – Philadelphia International 12”
13 16 Just Be Good To Me – SOS Band – Tabu 12”
14 23 What I Got Is What You Need – Unique – Prelude 12”
15 11 Wait Until Tonight (My Love) – Galaxy – Ensign 12”
16 09 Crazy – Manhattans – CBS 12”
17 13 All Night Long – Mary Jane Girls – Gordy 12”
18 38 Show Me The Way (Remix) – New York Skyy – Epic 12”
19 19 Everything Counts – Depeche Mode – Mute 12”
20 27 Blue Monday / The Beach – New Order – Factory 12”
21 34 The Safety Dance – Men Without Hats – Statik 12”
22 44 Wings Of A Dove – Madness – Stiff 12”
23 36 Party Time – Kurtis Blow – Mercury 12”
24 31 Watching You Watching Me – David Grant – Chrysalis 12”
25 14 Boogie Nights – Lafleur – Proto 12”
26 22 Tour De France – Kraftwerk – EMI 12”
27 30 You’re The One (You’re My Number One) – Katie Kissoon – Jive 12”
28 15 It’s Over – Funk Masters – Master-Funk 12”
29 — Confusion – New Order – Factory 12”
30 48 Jam On Revenge (The Wikki-Wikki Song) – Newcleus – Becket 12”
31 35 Maniac – Michael Sembello – Casablanca 12”
32 33 Guilty – Lime – Polydor 12”
33 32 (Do You Really Love Me) Tell Me Love – Michael Wycoff – RCA 12”
34 24 Club Tropicana – Wham! – Innervision 12”
35 26 Give It Up – KC & The Sunshine Band – Epic 12”
36 42 Don’t You Get So Mad – Jeffrey Osborne – A&M 12”
37 — Dolce Vita – Ryan Paris – Clever/Carrere 12”
38 — One Mind Two Hearts – Paradise – Priority 12”
39 — Dr. Jam (In The Slam) – Men At Play – Design Communications 12”
40 49 Jingo (Remix) – Candido – US Salsoul 12”
41 25 Wherever I Lay My Hat / Sex – Paul Young – CBS 12”
42 20 Freak – Bruce Foxton – Arista 12”
43 — Red Red Wine – UB40 – DEP International 12”
44 — I’m Still Standing – Elton John – Rocket 12”
45 — What Am I Gonna Do – Rod Stewart – Warner Brothers 12”
46 29 Flashdance . . . What A Feeling – Irene Cara – Casablanca 12”
47 — Chance – Big Country – Mercury 12”
48 39 Summer Dub / Cruel Summer – Bananarama – London 12”
49 45 Fool For You – Julie Roberts – Greyhound 12”
50 41 Double Dutch – Malcolm McLaren – Charisma 12”

Radio Luxembourg (208m, 1440Khz) will be playing the pick of the Nightclub hits on Friday (9-11pm) and Monday (11pm-1am).


BOYS TOWN CHART

01 03 Band Of Gold – Sylvester – US Megatone 12”/London re-edit
02 01 Got To Get To You – Charade featuring Jessica – Passion 12”
03 02 I Don’t Want To Talk About It – Pamela Stanley – US Komander 12”
04 04 Searchin’ (I Gotta Find A Man) – Hazell Dean – Proto 12”/US TSR remix
05 05 Guilty – Lime – Polydor 12”/US Prism remix
06 08 On The Grid / Angel Eyes – Lime – US Prism remix/German Polydor LP
07 06 The Boys Come To Town – Earlene Bentley – US Megatone 12”
08 09 To Sir With Love – Vicki Sue Robinson – US Profile 12”
09 09 When Will I See You Again – Magda Layna – US Megatone 12”
10 10 So Many Men So Little Time – Miquel Brown – Record Shack 12”
11 23 Take A Chance On Me – Waterfront Home – US Bobcat 12”
12 16 Maniac – Michael Sembello – Casablanca 12”
13 14 My Forbidden Lover – Tapps – Canadian Power 12”
14 15 Love Your Body – Amanda Lear – German Ariola 12”
15 11 I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair – Weather Girls – US Columbia 12”
16 24 These Memories (Remix) – Oh Romeo – Canadian Unidisc 12”
17 19 Space – Viola Wills – US RVA 12”
18 17 Medley: Billie Jean/Jeopardy – Pink Project – Italian Baby 12”
19 26 Love Reaction (Blue Monday) – Divine – Dutch Break 12”
20 — Rockit – Herbie Hancock – CBS 12”
21 25 Burn It Up Mr DJ – Risque – US Importe/12 12”
22 22 El Watusi/La Bamba (Land Of A Thousand Dances Medley) – Rags & Riches – US Casablanca 12”/LP
23 12 Foreign Land – Technos – Twins 12”
24 13 Not The Loving Kind / The Loving Dub – The Twins – German Hansa 12”
25 21 Voices In The Dark – Mike Cannon – Italian Memory 12”
26 — Give It Up – KC & The Sunshine Band – Epic 12”
27 18 Born To Be Alive – Disco Connection – Dutch Music Master 12”
28 20 God Knows – Donna Eyes – Italian Il Disc 12”
29 — The Safety Dance – Men Without Hats – Stan 12”
30=— Club Tropicana – Wham! – Inner Vision 12”
30=— Confusion – New Order – US Streetwise 12”

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