A full list of all Record Mirror UK Disco Chart entries, 1975-1979

  • Each entry is listed with its chart entry date, highest position and number of weeks on the chart.
  • Additional re-entry dates are only listed when there is a significant gap between chart runs.
  • For entries containing multiple tracks, any tracks that didn’t stay for the full chart run are appended on a second line, preceded with a plus sign.
  • The first chart was published on 6th September 1975, and the last chart of the 1970s was published on 22nd December 1979. Earlier and later chart positions are not counted, except for “previous week” positions on the first chart.
  • Where no chart was published for a particular week, but a chart entry was listed for both the preceding and following weeks, the missing week is still counted for the “weeks on chart” total.
  • The chart ran as a Top 20 until August 1977, as a Top 50 until March 1978, and as a Top 90 from March 1978 onwards.
  • See also: longest-running entries / list of Number Ones / most charted artists

10cc
I’m Mandy, Fly Me (Mercury) — 3 April 1976: 6, 2
The Things We Do For Love (Mercury) — 18 December 1976: 14, 2
Good Morning Judge (Mercury) — 11 June 1977: 9, 3
Dreadlock Holiday (Mercury) — 26 August 1978: 12, 10

20th Century Steel Band
We’ve Got To Work To Stay Together (UA) — 13 March 1976: 9, 4
Dance Away (UA) — 19 March 1977: 18, 1

5000 Volts
I’m On Fire (Philips) — 20 September 1975: 1 (1 week), 6
Dr. Kiss Kiss (Philips) — 21 August 1976: 15, 2

5th Dimension
You Are The Reason (Motown) — 25 March 1978: 64, 4

7th Wonder
Do It With Your Body (Parachute) — 27 October 1979: 87, 1

ABBA
SOS (Epic) — 15 November 1975: 18, 1
Mamma Mia (Epic) — 17 January 1976: 13, 3
Fernando (Epic) — 24 April 1976: 15, 2
Dancing Queen (Epic) — 11 September 1976: 1 (2 weeks), 8
Money, Money, Money (Epic) — 4 December 1976: 7, 8
Knowing Me, Knowing You (Epic) — 26 March 1977: 4, 8
The Name Of The Game (Epic) — 29 October 1977: 36, 4
Take A Chance On Me (Epic) — 11 February 1978: 4, 8
Summer Night City (Epic) — 30 September 1978: 64, 5
Voulez Vous / Angel Eyes (Epic) — 18 August 1979: 69, 6
Gimme Gimme Gimme (A Man After Midnight) (Epic) — 10 November 1979: 52, 7 (still on the final chart)

Afro-Cuban Band
Rhythm Of Life (Arista) — 21 October 1978: 35, 6

Air Power
Be Yourself (AVI) — 31 March 1979: 59, 6

Alec R. Costandinos
Romeo & Juliet (Lightning) — 29 April 1978: 45, 10

Al Hudson / Al Hudson & The Partners / Al Hudson & The Soul Partners
If You Feel Like Dancin’ (ABC) (as Al Hudson) — 18 February 1978: 21, 9

How Do You Do (as Al Hudson) — 29 July 1978: 17, 16
+ Spread Love (18, 6) / Dance, Get Down (25, 5)

Spread Love (ABC) (as Al Hudson & The Soul Partners) — 23 December 1978: 70, 6

You Can Do It (MCA) (as Al Hudson & The Partners) — 11 August 1979: 2,20 (still on the final chart)
See also One Way feat. Al Hudson

Alicia Bridges
I Love The Nightlife (Polydor) — 30 September 1978: 9,20

Al Matthews
Fool (CBS) — 6 September 1975: 3, 7

Althea & Donna
Uptown Top Ranking (Lightning) — 31 December 1977: 1 (1 week), 11

Alton McClain & Destiny
It Must Be Love (Polydor) — 17 March 1979: 65, 12
+ Crazy Love (65, 7)

Al Wilson
Earthquake (RCA) — 28 July 1979: 20, 13

Amadeo
Moving Like A Superstar (Rampage) — 15 April 1978: 57, 4

Amanda Lear
Blood And Honey (Ariola) — 10 December 1977: 26, 7
Follow Me (Ariola) — 10 June 1978: 83, 1

Amii Stewart
Knock On Wood (Atlantic) — 9 December 1978: 11, 21
Light My Fire (Atlantic) — 23 June 1979: 17, 11

Andrea True Connection
More, More, More (Buddah) — 17 April 1976: 1 (1 week), 11
What’s Your Name, What’s Your Number (Buddah) — 4 February 1978: 16, 13

Andrew Gold
Lonely Boy (Asylum) — 7 May 1977: 18, 3
Never Let Her Slip Away (Asylum) — 15 April 1978: 34, 6

Andy Cameron
Ally’s Tartan Army / I Wanna Be A Punk Rocker (Klub) — 11 March 1978: 36, 1

Andy Gibb
Shadow Dancing (RSO) — 29 April 1978: 50, 7
An Everlasting Love (RSO) — 26 August 1978: 33, 7

Anita Ward
Ring My Bell (TK/Juana) — 5 May 1979: 1 (6 weeks), 19
Don’t Drop My Love (TK) — 17 November 1979: 60, 5

Antonia Rodriguez
La Bamba (Magnet) — 21 July 1979: 52, 5

Aquarian Dream
You’re A Star (Elektra) — 21 October 1978: 25, 17
+ Fantasy / It Ain’t Watcha Say (25, 8)

Archie Bell & The Drells
Soul City Walk (Philadelphia Int’l) — 5 June 1976: 5, 7
Everybody Have A Good Time (Philadelphia Int’l) — 11 June 1977: 40, 1
On The Radio (Philadelphia Int’l) — 8 October 1977: 38, 3
Disco Showdown (Philadelphia Int’l) — 8 October 1977: 47, 1
Strategy (Philadelphia Int’l) — 18 August 1979: 44, 11

Arpeggio
Love And Desire (Polydor) — 27 January 1979: 22, 15
+ Let The Music Play (64, 9) / Runaway (64, 6)

Art Garfunkel
I Only Have Eyes For You (CBS) — 25 October 1975: 5, 4

Arthur Adams
I Like It Funky (A&M) — 14 April 1979: 72, 9

Ashford & Simpson
Don’t Cost You Nothin’ (Warner Bros.) — 25 March 1978: 7, 12

It Seems To Hang On (Warner Bros.) — 2 September 1978: 11, 20
+ Get Up And Do Something (36, 4)

Flashback (Warner Bros.) — 19 May 1979: 36, 8

Found A Cure (Warner Bros.) — 4 August 1979: 15, 16

A Taste Of Honey
Boogie Oogie Oogie (Capitol) — 3 June 1978: 1 (9 weeks), 26
Do It Good / I Love You / Your Love / Dance (Capitol) — 11 August 1979: 82, 1

Atlantic Starr
Stand Up (A&M) — 19 August 1978: 23, 18
+ Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire (31, 3)

Gimme Your Lovin’ (A&M) — 16 September 1978: 36, 8

(Let’s) Rock ‘N Roll (A&M) — 4 August 1979: 57, 4

Atmosfear
Dancing In Outer Space (Elite/MCA) — 20 October 1979: 7, 10 (still on the final chart)

Average White Band
Queen Of My Soul (Atlantic) — 23 October 1976: 13, 3
Goin’ Home (Atlantic) — 7 May 1977: 19, 1

A Wing & A Prayer Fife & Drum Corps
Baby Face (Atco) — 24 January 1976: 3, 7

Azymuth
Jazz Carnival (Milestone) — 10 November 1979: 15, 7 (still on the final chart)
+ Young Embrace (18, 1)

Baccara
Yes Sir I Can Boogie (RCA) — 10 September 1977: 1 (1 week), 15
Sorry I’m A Lady (RCA) — 14 January 1978: 13, 9
Koochie Koo (RCA)  — 25 March 1978: 88, 1

Banned
Little Girl (Harvest) — 14 January 1978: 33, 2

Banzaii
Chinese Kung Fu (Contempo) — 6 September 1975: 6, 5

Barbara Pennington
24 Hours A Day (UA) — 13 November 1976: 15, 5

Barbra Streisand & Donna Summer
No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (CBS) — 10 November 1979: 7, 7 (still on the final chart)

Bar-Kays
Shake Your Rump To The Funk (Mercury) — 5 February 1977: 11, 3
Let’s Have Some Fun (Mercury) — 25 March 1978: 46, 5
Holy Ghost (Stax) — 17 March 1979: 71, 2

B.A. Robertson
Bang Bang (Asylum) — 1 September 1979: 79, 4

Barry Biggs
Side Show (Dynamic) — 29 January 1977: 6, 5
Three Ring Circus (Dynamic) — 30 July 1977: 20, 1

Barry Manilow
Copacabana (At The Copa) (Arista) — 5 August 1978: 17, 9

Barry White
Let The Music Play (20th Century) — 10 January 1976: 4, 6
You See The Trouble With Me (20th Century) — 20 March 1976: 1 (2 weeks), 10
Baby We Better Try To Get It Together (20th Century) — 4 September 1976: 7, 5
Don’t Make Me Wait Too Long (20th Century) — 20 November 1976: 11, 5
It’s Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To Me (20th Century) — 1 October 1977: 19, 8
Just The Way You Are / Your Sweetness Is My Weakness (20th Century) — 23 December 1978: 22, 10

Bay City Rollers
Money Honey (Bell) — 6 December 1975: 9, 2
I Only Want To Be With You (Bell) — 16 October 1976: 16, 1

B. Baker Chocolate Co.
Snow Blower (LRC) — 24 March 1979: 43, 11
+ Spirit Level (43, 8) / Higher ‘N Higher (43, 7)

Beach Boys
Here Comes The Night (Caribou) — 31 March 1979: 27, 9

Beatles
Yesterday (EMI) — 27 March 1976: 8, 3
Get Back (Apple) — 17 April 1976: 15, 1

Be-Bop Deluxe
Ships In The Night (Harvest) — 13 March 1976: 13, 1

Bee Gees
Jive Talking (RSO) — 6 September 1975: 10, 2 (already on the first chart)

You Should Be Dancing (RSO) — 31 July 1976: 1 (2 weeks), 11 // 15 April 1978: 90, 1 (then see More Than A Woman)

How Deep Is Your Love (RSO) — 29 October 1977: 9, 14

Stayin’ Alive (RSO) — 4 February 1978: 3, 19

Night Fever (RSO) — 25 March 1978: 1 (5 weeks), 24

More Than A Woman (RSO) — 22 April 1978: 16, 19
+ You Should Be Dancing (23, 4)

Too Much Heaven (RSO) — 2 December 1978: 21, 11

Tragedy (RSO) — 17 February 1979: 17, 8

Bellamy Brothers
Let Your Love Flow (Warner Bros.) — 24 April 1976: 3, 9

Bell & James
Livin’ It Up (Friday Night) (A&M) — 3 February 1979: 17, 19

Benelux & Nancy Dee
Switch (Scope) — 25 August 1979: 18, 9

Bettye LaVette
Doin’ The Best That I Can (Atlantic) — 4 November 1978: 63, 5

Biddu Orchestra
Summer Of ’42 (Epic) — 6 September 1975: 13, 2 (already on the first chart)
I Could Have Danced All Night (Epic) — 13 December 1975: 15, 1
Exodus (Epic) — 3 January 1976: 19, 2
Soul Coaxing (CBS) — 13 August 1977: 10, 7

Bill Lovelady
Reggae For It Now (Charisma) — 15 September 1979: 41, 7

Bill Summers
Straight To The Bank (Prestige) — 20 January 1979: 14, 15
Feel The Heat / Dancing Lady (Prestige) — 15 September 1979: 28, 8
+ Walking On Sunshine (73, 1)

Bill Withers
Lovely Day (CBS) — 21 January 1978: 16, 8

Billy Cobham
What Is Your Fantasy (Columbia) — 15 December 1979:  87, 2 (still on the final chart)

Billy Connolly
In The Brownies (Polydor) — 29 September 1979: 79, 1

Billy Ocean
Love Really Hurts Without You (GTO) — 6 March 1976: 2, 10
L.O.D. (Love On Delivery) (GTO) — 24 July 1976: 16, 3
Stop Me (If You’ve Heard It All Before) — 20 November 1976: 9, 9
Red Light Spells Danger (GTO) — 30 April 1977: 8, 4
American Hearts (GTO) — 29 September 1979: 63, 4

Billy Paul
Let’s Make A Baby (Philadelphia Int’l) — 29 May 1976: 13, 3
Let ‘Em In (Philadelphia Int’l) — 14 May 1977: 7, 4
Only The Strong Survive (Philadelphia Int’l) — 5 November 1977: 6, 12
Bring The Family Back (Philadelphia Int’l) — 5 May 1979: 15, 20
+ False Faces (84, 1)

Billy Preston
Wide Stride (A&M) — 8 April 1978: 53, 6

Billy Preston & Syreeta
Go For It (Motown) — 5 May 1979: 46, 7

Bimbo Jet
El Bimbo (EMI) — 6 September 1975: 8, 4 (already on the first chart)

Bing Crosby
White Christmas (MCA) — 31 December 1977: 17, 1

Bionic Boogie
Risky Changes (Polydor) — 4 March 1978: 24, 17
+ Boogie Boo (43, 3)
Dance Little Dreamer (Polydor) — 25 March 1978: 50, 3
Hot Butterfly LP (all cuts) — 16 December 1978: 87, 4
Cream (Polydor) — 13 January 1979: 23, 8
Chains (Polydor) — 16 June 1979: 79, 2

Blackbyrds
Rock Creek Park / Gut Level / Happy Music (Fantasy) — 20 January 1979: 75, 1

Black Gorilla
Gimme Dat Banana (Response) — 17 September 1977: 31, 4

Blackwell
Put The Funk Back / Boogie Down (Butterfly) — 24 June 1978: 64, 4
+ Boogie Down (65, 2)

Blair
Night Life (Solar Sound) — 9 September 1978: 44, 8

Blondie
Denis (Denee) (Chrysalis) — 25 February 1978: 5, 12
(I’m Always Touched By Your) Presence, Dear (Chrysalis) — 20 May 1978: 67, 3
Heart Of Glass (Chrysalis) — 13 January 1979: 8, 13
Sunday Girl (Chrysalis) — 26 May 1979: 23, 10

Blood Sisters
Ring My Bell (Sound City) — 6 October 1979: 89, 1

Blue
Gonna Capture Your Heart (Rocket) — 28 May 1977: 13, 2

Bobbi Humphrey
Sunset Burgundy / Home Made Jam (Epic) — 1 July 1978: 83, 1
Say The Word / Love When I’m In Your Arms / Sweet ‘N Low / The Good Life (Epic) — 25 August 1979: 49, 5

Bobby Caldwell
Down For The Third Time (Clouds) — 2 September 1978: 46, 11

Bobby Marchan
I Wanna Bump (With The Big Fat Woman) (Mercury) — 20 August 1977: 34, 2

Bobby Rush
I Wanna Do The Do (Philadelphia Int’l) — 28 July 1979: 37, 10

Bob Dylan
Hurricane (CBS) — 14 February 1976: 20, 1

Bob James
Touchdown (Tappan Zee) — 23 June 1979: 20, 9 (as part of the Turn On The Tap EP)

Bob Marley & The Wailers
No Woman, No Cry (Island) — 4 October 1975: 10, 4
Exodus (Island) — 9 July 1977: 17, 3
Waiting In Vain (Island) — 17 September 1977: 24, 5
Jamming (Island) — 3 December 1977: 4, 15
Is This Love (Island) — 4 March 1978: 3, 12
Satisfy My Soul (Island) — 22 April 1978: 24, 16
+ Kaya (53, 2)
So Much Trouble In The World (Island) — 3 November 1979: 88, 3

Boiling Point
Let’s Get Funktified (Bullet) — 15 April 1978: 5, 16

Bombers
(Everybody) Get Dancin’ (West End/Flamingo) — 17 February 1979: 8, 23
Let’s Dance (West End/Flamingo) — 26 May 1979: 82, 2 // 11 August 1979: 56, 7
+ Shake / Disco Galaxy (90, 1)

Boney M.
Daddy Cool (Atlantic) — 20 November 1976: 2, 19
Sunny (Atlantic) — 2 April 1977: 1 (2 weeks), 9
No Woman, No Cry (Atlantic) — 9 April 1977: 16, 1
Ma Baker (Atlantic) — 2 July 1977: 2, 12
Belfast (Atlantic) — 17 September 1977: 3, 19

Rivers Of Babylon (Atlantic) — 29 April 1978: 3, 24
+ Brown Girl In The Ring (3, 15)

Rasputin (Atlantic) — 5 August 1978: 3, 21
+ Night Flight To Venus (48, 5) / Painter Man (40, 9) / King Of The Road (48, 1)

Painter Man (Atlantic) — 4 November 1978: 80, 1 // 17 March 1979: 69, 4
+ Night Flight To Venus / King Of The Road (80, 1)

Mary’s Boy Child / Dancing In The Streets (Atlantic) — 9 December 1978: 13, 8

Hooray! Hooray! It’s A Holi-Holiday (Atlantic) — 5 May 1979: 35, 7

Gotta Go Home (Atlantic) — 25 August 1979: 64, 9
+ El Lute (75, 3)

Bonnie Boyer
Got To Give In To Love (CBS) — 1 September 1979: 70, 6

Bonnie Pointer
Heaven Must Have Sent You (Motown) — 17 February 1979: 45, 5 // 21 July 1979: 43, 9 (remix)

Bonnie Tyler
Lost In France (RCA) — 11 December 1976: 19, 1
It’s A Heartache (RCA) — 24 December 1977: 20, 7

Booker T & The MGs
Green Onions (Atlantic) — 22 December 1979: 89, 1 (still on the final chart)

Boomtown Rats
Lookin’ After No. 1 (Ensign) — 24 September 1977: 32, 2
Rat Trap (Ensign) — 25 November 1978: 80, 2

Bootsy’s Rubber Band
Bootzilla (Warner Bros.) — 22 July 1978: 60, 3
+ Hollywood Squares (71, 2)

Boz Scaggs
Lowdown (CBS) — 30 October 1976: 11, 6
What Can I Say (CBS) — 26 February 1977: 9, 6
Lido Shuffle (CBS) — 4 June 1977: 11, 3
Hollywood (CBS) — 17 December 1977: 14, 9

Brainstorm
Hot For You (Tabu) — 14 April 1979: 61, 14
+ Don’t Let Me Catch You With Your Groove Down (61, 9)
Lovin’ Is Really My Game (Miracle) — 5 May 1979: 90, 1

Brass Construction
Movin’ (United Artists) — 6 March 1976: 3, 10 // 10 November 1979: 51, 7 (still on the final chart)
+ Changin’ (3, 10) / (84, 1)

We (UA) — 31 December 1977: 30, 11
+ Happy People (41, 6)

Celebrate (UA) — 27 May 1978: 48, 7

Get Up (UA) — 18 November 1978: 63, 3
+ Help Yourself / One To One (65, 2)

Shakit / Music Makes You Feel Like Dancing / Right Place / Watch Out (UA) — 1 December 1979: 32, 4 (still on the final chart)
+ Brass Construction 5 LP (all remaining cuts): (32, 3)

Breakwater
Work It Out (Arista) — 3 March 1979: 48, 10
+ Feel Your Way / No Limit / Do It Till The Fluid Gets Hot (48, 7)

Brecker Brothers
East River (Arista) — 11 November 1978: 44, 9

Brendon
Gimme Some (Magnet) — 19 March 1977: 2, 10

Brick
Dazz (Bang) — 22 January 1977: 8, 6
Dusic (Bang) — 22 October 1977: 13, 6

Brides Of Funkenstein
Disco To Go (Atlantic) — 6 January 1979: 72, 3

Brighouse & Rastrick Brass Band
Floral Dance (Transatlantic) — 24 December 1977: 24, 5

Brooklyn Dreams
Music, Harmony And Rhythm (RCA) — 25 March 1978: 48, 3

Brotherhood Of Man
Save Your Kisses For Me (Pye) — 3 April 1976: 3, 7
Angelo (Pye) — 27 August 1977: 47, 1
Figaro (Pye) — 28 January 1978: 22, 5

Brothers
Are You Ready For This (RCA) — 6 December 1975: 18, 1

Brothers Johnson
Get The Funk Out Of My Face (A&M) — 18 September 1976: 20, 1

Right On Time (A&M) — 8 October 1977: 17, 5

Ain’t We Funkin’ Now (A&M) — 5 August 1978: (10, 14)
+ Mista Cool / Ride-O-Rocket / Streetwave (10, 9)

Ride-O-Rocket (A&M) — 7 October 1978: 26, 12
+ Streetwave / Mista Cool (53, 4)

Bruce Johnston
Pipeline (CBS) — 20 August 1977: 19, 6

Bryan Ferry
Let’s Stick Together (Island) — 12 June 1976: 3, 10
Extended Play (all cuts) (EP) (Island) — 24 August 1976: 7, 7
This Is Tomorrow (Polydor) — 5 March 1977: 12, 6
Tokyo Joe (Polydor) — 28 May 1977: 11, 5
What Goes On (Polydor) — 13 May 1978: 81, 1

B.T. Express
Give It What You Got (Roadshow) — 13 September 1975: 14, 4
Can’t Stop Groovin’ (EMI Int’l) — 7 August 1976: 18, 1
Shout It Out / Ride On It (EMI Int’l) — 18 February 1978: 30, 6

Bunny Maloney
Baby I’ve Been Missing You (Gull) — 9 December 1978: 82, 1

Bunny Sigler
Let Me Party With You (Salsoul) — 25 March 1978: 58, 6
Only You – see Loleatta Holloway & Bunny Sigler
By The Way You Dance / I’m Funking You Tonite (Gold Mind) — 24 March 1979: 17, 12

Café Crème
Unlimited Citations (Harvest) — 3 December 1977: 22, 4

Calendar
Hypertension (All Platinum) — 20 September 1975: 10, 1

California
I Can Hear Music (RSO) — 19 August 1978: 84, 1

Cameo
Post Mortem (Casablanca) — 6 August 1977: 20, 6
+ Rigor Mortis (38, 3)

Rigor Mortis (Casablanca) — 20 August 1977: 42, 1

Good Times / Funk Funk (Casablanca) — 21 January 1978: 39, 1

It’s Serious (Chocolate City) — 18 February 1978: 12, 22

Find My Way (Chocolate City) — 11 August 1979: 47, 17
+ Secret Omen LP (all remaining cuts) (47, 10) / It’s Serious (58, 6)

I Just Want To Be / Energy (Chocolate City) — 27 October 1979: 90, 1

Camouflage
Bee Sting (State) — 17 September 1977: 16, 6

Can
I Want More (Virgin) — 11 September 1976: 13, 2

Candido
Dancin’ & Prancin’ / Jingo (Salsoul) — 30 June 1979: 33, 21
+ 1000 Finger Man (36, 11) / Rock & Shuffle (36, 9)

Candi Staton
Young Hearts Run Free (Warner Bros.) — 29 May 1976: 1 (3 weeks), 13
Destiny (Warner Bros.) — 9 October 1976: 12, 1
Nights On Broadway (Warner Bros.) — 6 August 1977: 9, 10
Honest I Do Love You (Warner Bros.) — 3 June 1978: 78, 3
Victim (Warner Bros.) — 7 October 1978: 41, 9
When You Wake Up Tomorrow (Warner Bros.) — 2 June 1979: 16, 11

Carl Bean
I Was Born This Way (Motown) — 6 May 1978: 89, 2

Carl Douglas
Run Back (Pye) — 26 November 1977: 8, 11

Carl Malcolm
Fatty Bum Bum (UK) — 20 September 1975: 9, 3

Carl Perkins
Blue Suede Shoes (Charly) — 8 April 1978: 89, 1

Carol Douglas
Night Fever (Midsong/Gull) — 8 July 1978: 15, 10
Burnin’ (Midsong) — 4 November 1978: 29, 7

Carole Bayer Sager
You’re Moving Out Today (Elektra) — 11 June 1977: 5, 5

Caroline Crawford
Coming On Strong (Mercury) — 9 December 1978: 40, 16
+ A Nice Feeling (40, 12)

Carrie Lucas
I Gotta Keep Dancin’ (Soul Train) — 20 August 1977: 36, 1
Dance With You (Solar) — 17 March 1979: 13, 20

Cate Brothers
Union Man (Asylum) — 3 April 1976: 17, 1

Celi Bee & The Buzzy Bunch
One Love (TK) — 20 August 1977: 9, 12

Central Line
Wot We Got (Phonogram) — 28 July 1979: 42, 10

Cerrone
Love In C Minor (Atlantic) — 12 March 1977: 6, 7
Supernature (Atlantic) — 28 January 1978: 13, 16 // 12 August 1978: 6, 13
+ Give Me Love (23, 12) / Love Is Here (38, 3)
Je Suis Music (CBS) — 13 January 1979: 25, 7

Chain Reaction
Sweet Lady (Dance With Me) (Jam Sessions) — 28 July 1979: 53, 9
+ Changes (75, 3)
Dance Freak (Sound Of New York) — 22 December 1979: 70, 1 (still on the final chart)

Chaka Khan
I’m Every Woman (Warner Bros.) — 4 November 1978: 5, 18
See also Rufus & Chaka

Chanson
Don’t Hold Back (Ariola) — 21 October 1978: 19, 15
+ I Can Tell (78, 2)

Chantal Curtis
Get Another Love (Key/Pye) — 2 June 1979: 3, 17

Chanter Sisters
Can’t Stop Dancing (Safari) — 28 October 1978: 23, 13

Chaplin Band
Let’s Have A Party (EMI) — 2 April 1977: 15, 1

Charles Earland
Let The Music Play (Mercury) — 24 June 1978: 10, 20
+ Over And Over (10, 17)

Charlie Rasp
Randy Rooster (EMI) — 2 October 1976: 13, 2

Charo
Dance A Little Bit Closer (Salsoul) — 25 March 1978: 8, 13

Cheryl Barnes
Save And Spend (Millennium) — 22 April 1978: 85, 2 // 29 July 1978: 73, 2

Cheryl Lynn
Got To Be Real (Columbia/CBS) — 6 January 1979: 19, 14
+ Star Love (42, 3)

Chic
Dance Dance Dance (Atlantic) — 26 November 1977: 1 (5 weeks), 16
Everybody Dance (Atlantic) — 4 March 1978: 4, 16
Le Freak (Atlantic) — 4 November 1978: 1 (2 weeks), 21
I Want Your Love / Chic Cheer (Atlantic) — 3 February 1979: 4, 17
Good Times (Atlantic) — 30 June 1979: 1 (3 weeks), 18

My Feet Keep Dancing (Atlantic) — 15 September 1979: 65, 5 // 8 December 1979: 36, 3 (still on the final chart)
+ My Forbidden Lover (65, 4) / Will You Cry (68, 2) / What About Me (65, 4) / A Warm Summer Night (65, 3) / Can’t Stand To Love You (65, 3)

My Forbidden Lover (Atlantic) — 13 October 1979: 8, 11 (still on the final chart)

Chicago
If You Leave Me Now (CBS) — 23 October 1976: 4, 9

Chi-Lites
It’s Time For Love (Brunswick) — 11 October 1975: 13, 2
You Don’t Have To Go (Brunswick) — 14 August 1976: 3, 10

Chosen Few
Thank You (Polydor) — 11 June 1977: 39, 1
Boogie Army (Boogie Down) (Ariola Hansa) — 1 December 1979: 62, 3

Chris Hill
Renta Santa (Philips) — 13 December 1975: 14, 2
Bionic Santa (Philips) — 11 December 1976: 16, 5

Chris Spedding
Motorbikin’ (Rak) — 27 September 1975: 19, 1

Chubby Checker
Let’s Twist Again (London) — 6 December 1975: 2, 10

Chuck Cissel
Cisselin’ Hot (Arista) — 1 December 1979: 60, 4 (still on the final chart)

Chuck Jackson
I’ve Got The Need (All Platinum) — 20 December 1975: 7, 4

Cissy Houston
Think It Over (Private Stock) — 22 July 1978: 16, 14

C.J. & Company
Devil’s Gun (Atlantic) — 9 July 1977: 8, 9

Claudja Barry
Sweet Dynamite (Mercury) — 10 September 1977: 30, 3
Johnny Johnny (Mercury) — 25 February 1978: 44, 2

Clem Curtis
Unchained Melody (RCA) — 25 August 1979: 75, 3

Cleveland Eaton
Bama Boogie Woogie (Ovation/Gull) — 8 April 1978: 15, 35
+ Funky Cello (28, 4)

The Birmingham Train / Get Off / I’m Lonely Tonight (Ovation) — 27 October 1979: 62, 5
+ Free At Last (62, 4) / Burnin’ (62, 3)

Cliff Richard
Devil Woman (EMI) — 29 May 1976: 17, 2
We Don’t Talk Anymore (EMI) — 25 August 1979: 23, 8

Climax Blues Band
Couldn’t Get It Right (BTM) — 23 October 1976: 9, 6

Cloud One
Atmosphere Strut (Contempo) — 11 June 1977: 27, 1

Clout
Substitute (Carrere) — 1 July 1978: 37, 9

Cognac
How High (Salsoul/Electric) — 22 September 1979: 11, 14 (still on the final chart)

Colorado
California Dreaming / Space Lady Love (Pinnacle) — 28 October 1978: 62, 4

Commodores
Easy (Motown) — 30 July 1977: 12, 4

Brick House (Motown) — 17 September 1977: 6, 12
+ Sweet Love (6, 8)

Too Hot Ta Trot / Zoom (Motown) — 14 January 1978: 10, 13
+ Zoom (10, 10)

Brick House (live) (Motown) — 11 March 1978: 35, 8
+ I Feel Sanctified (live) (35, 5) / Zoom (live) (65, 1)

Flying High (Motown) — 10 June 1978: 10, 11
+ Three Times A Lady (44, 2)

Three Times A Lady (Motown) — 24 June 1978: 4, 20

Just To Be Close To You (Motown) — 25 November 32, 7

Sail On (Motown) — 25 August 1979: 17, 13
+ Midnight Magic / Still / Gettin’ It / Sexy Lady / Wonderland (44, 3)

Still (Motown) — 15 September 1979: 18, 12 (still on the final chart)
+ Gettin’ It (74, 4) / Midnight Magic (74, 4) / Sexy Lady (74, 2) / Wonderland (74, 2)

Con Funk Shun
Ffun (Mercury) — 12 November 1977: 17, 14
Chase Me (Mercury) — 1 September 1979: 37, 10

Constellation Orchestra
Perfect Love Affair (Prelude) — 1 July 1978: 51, 5
+ Funk Encounters (51, 4)

Crackin’
Double Love (Warner Bros.) — 31 March 1979: 55, 6

Crème D’Cocoa
Toe Jam (Venture) — 24 March 1979: 72, 4
Doin’ The Dog (Venture) — 20 October 1979: 46, 10 (still on the final chart)
+ Doggin’ It (46, 4) / Gimme Your Love (46, 4)

Crown Heights Affair
Dreaming A Dream (Polydor) — 4 October 1975: 16, 2

Galaxy Of Love (De-Lite) — 15 July 1978: 1 (3 weeks), 20
+ Say A Prayer For Two (3,3) / I’m Gonna Love You Forever (3, 2) / Dream World (11, 2) / I Love You (3, 1)

Say A Prayer For Two (Mercury) — 7 October 1978: 20, 14
+ I Love You (39, 7) / Dream World (39, 7) / I’m Gonna Love You Forever (20, 7)

Dance Lady Dance (De-Lite) — 17 March 1979: 12, 11

The Rock Is Hot / Come Fly With Me (Mercury) — 31 March 1979: 44, 6
+ Empty Soul Of Mine (44, 4) / You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me (44, 3)

Crusaders
Cosmic Reign (ABC) — 29 July 1978: 43, 7
+ Merry-Go-Round (44, 1) / Snowflake (43, 5) / Fairy Tales (43, 6)

Street Life (MCA) — 9 June 1979: 1 (5 weeks), 28
+ Carnival Of The Night (20, 8) / The Hustler (23, 4) / Rodeo Drive (23, 2)

Carnival Of The Night / The Hustler / Rodeo Drive (MCA) — 25 August 1979: 80

Crystal Gayle
Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue (UA) — 26 November 1977: 28, 4

Curtis Mayfield
No Goodbyes (Curtom) — 19 August 1978: 22, 24
+ Do It All Night (22, 5) / You Are You Are (37, 3)

C.W. McCall
Convoy (MGM) — 13 March 1976: 19, 1

Cynthia Woodward
California Dreamin’ (H&L) — 7 July 1979: 63, 4

Damon Harris
It’s Music (Fantasy/WMOT) — 11 November 1978: 21, 17

Dance People
Dance People (Satril) — 28 April 1979: 46, 12

Dan Hartman
Instant Replay (Blue Sky) — 23 September 1978: 1 (5 weeks), 23
Countdown / This Is It (Blue Sky) — 9 December 1978: 6, 16
Hands Down (Blue Sky) — 10 November 1979: 65, 5

Dan-I
Monkey Chop (Island) — 17 November 1979: 23, 6 (still on the final chart)

Danny & The Juniors
At The Hop (ABC) — 24 July 1976: 13, 1

Danny Mirror
I Remember Elvis Presley (Stone) — 15 October 1977: 34, 1

Danny Williams
Dancing Easy (Ensign) — 23 July 1977: 4, 9
I Hate Hate (Ensign) — 19 November 1977: 34, 2

Darts
Daddy Cool (Magnet) — 22 October 1977: 8, 15
Come Back My Love (Magnet) — 4 February 1978: 5, 11
The Boy From New York City (Magnet) — 6 May 1978: 20, 10
It’s Raining (Magnet) — 26 August 1978: 54, 5

Dave Edmunds
I Knew The Bride (Swan Song) — 16 July 1977: 14, 6

David Bendeth
Feel The Real (IGM) — 14 July 1979: 6, 20

David Bowie
Space Oddity (RCA) — 1 November 1975: 6, 3
Golden Years (RCA) — 20 December 1975: 4, 7
Sound And Vision (RCA) — 5 March 1977: 2, 10
Heroes (RCA) — 22 October 1977: 39, 1
Beauty And The Beast (RCA) — 28 January 1978: 44, 2

David Dundas
Jeans On (Air) — 24 July 1976: 3, 10

David Essex
Hold Me Close (CBS) — 27 September 1975: 1 (3 weeks), 7
Oh What A Circus (Mercury) — 9 September 1978: 79, 2

David Fathead Newman
Keep The Dream Alive (Prestige) — 16 December 1978: 58, 6

David Naughton
Makin’ It (RSO) — 9 June 1979: 34, 22

David Parton
Isn’t She Lovely (Pye) — 29 January 1977: 6, 6

David Ruffin
Walk Away From Love (Tamla Motown) — 24 January 1976: 10, 5
Heavy Love (Tamla Motown) — 8 May 1976: 20, 1

David Simmons
Will They Miss Me (Fantasy/WMOT) — 13 January 1979: 47, 8

David Soul
Don’t Give Up On Us (Private Stock) — 15 January 1977: 9, 7
Going In With My Eyes Open (Private Stock) — 23 April 1977: 19, 1
Silver Lady (Private Stock) — 17 September 1977: 31, 4

David Williams
Come On Down Boogie People (AVI) — 19 August 1978: 44, 5

DBM
Discobeatlemania (Atlantic) — 5 November 1977: 7, 7

D.C. LaRue
Let Them Dance (Pye) — 28 October 1978: 84, 1

D.D. Sound
Shopping Baby (Mercury) — 29 October 1977: 46, 2

Dead End Kids
Have I The Right (CBS) — 12 March 1977: 8, 9

Dean Friedman & Denise Marsa
Lucky Stars (Lifesong) — 14 October 1978: 38, 6

Debbie Jacobs
Undercover Lover (MCA) — 22 September 1979: 53, 9
+ Don’t You Want My Love / Hot Hot (Give It All You Got) (53, 5)

Deborah Washington
Standing In The Shadows Of Love (Ariola) — 17 February 1979: 77, 3
Rock It (Ariola) — 1 December 1979: 34, 4 (still on the final chart)

Dee Clark
Ride A Wild Horse (Chelsea) — 4 October 1975: 4, 9

Dee D. Jackson
Automatic Lover (Mercury) — 15 April 1978: 10, 10

Delegation
Where Is The Love (State) — 19 March 1977: 10, 7
Oh Honey (State) — 9 September 1978: 84, 1
Put A Little Love On Me (Ariola) — 1 December 1979: 41, 4 (still on the final chart)
+ Welcome To My World (48, 2)

Dells
Face To Face / (You Bring Out) The Best In Me (ABC) — 17 March 1979: 83, 1

Demis Roussos
L.O.V.E. Got A Hold Of Me (Mercury) — 10 June 1978: 45, 7

Deniece Williams
Free (CBS) — 7 May 1977: 9, 5
That’s What Friends Are For (CBS) — 27 August 1977: 38, 2
Too Much, Too Little, Too Late / Emotions – see Johnny Mathis
I’ve Got The Next Dance (CBS) — 23 June 1979: 12, 16

Dennis Brown
Money In My Pocket (Gibbs/Lightning) — 9 December 1978: 22, 18
Ain’t That Loving You (Laser) — 19 May 1979: 57, 5

Dennis Coffey
Wings Of Fire (Atlantic) — 13 August 1977: 10, 8
+ Free Spirit (32, 5)

Gimme That Funk (Westbound/Atlantic) — 26 August 1978: 35, 6 // 28 October 1978: 43, 6 // 17 March 1979: 48, 1
+ Calling Planet Earth (43, 5) (28 October re-entry only)

Dennis Parker
Like An Eagle / New York By Night (Mercury/Casablanca) — 26 May 1979: 72, 1

Deodato
Whistle Bump (Warner Bros.) — 29 April 1978: 19, 23
Shazam / Space Dust / Knights Of Fantasy (Warner Bros.) — 4 August 1979: 44, 10
+ Whistle Bump (64, 4) / Sherlock (44, 8) / Love Is Blue (64, 3) / Bachmania (44, 4)

Destination
Move On Up/Up, Up, Up (Butterfly) — 17 November 1979: 89, 1

Detroit Emeralds
Feel The Need In Me (Atlantic) — 11 June 1977: 6, 11

Detroit Spinners
Rubberband Man (Atlantic) — 28 August 1976: 4, 15
Wake Up Susan (Atlantic) — 19 February 1977: 12, 5
Are You Ready For Love (Atlantic) — 16 June 1979: 58, 5
Body Language / With My Eyes / Disco Ride (Atlantic) — 24 November 1979: 56, 4
+ Dancin’ And Lovin’ LP (all remaining cuts) (56, 2)

Dexter Wansel
All Night Long (Philadelphia Int’l) — 8 April 1978: 35, 14
+ Solutions (35, 4) / Disco Lights (35, 7)

I’ll Never Forget (My Favourite Disco) / It’s Been Cool (Philadelphia Int’l) — 23 June 1979: 60, 8
+ The Sweetest Pain / Funk Attack / Let Me Rock You / New Beginning (90, 1)

Diana Ross
Love Hangover (Motown) — 1 May 1976: 4, 8
Gettin’ Ready For Love (Motown) — 19 November 1977: 9, 6
Your Love Is So Good For Me (Motown) — 25 March 1978: 45, 7
Lovin’, Livin’ And Givin’ (Motown) — 8 July 1978: 30, 10
Ease On Down The Road – see Diana Ross & Michael Jackson
What You Gave Me (Motown) — 3 March 1979: 77, 2

The Boss (Motown) — 30 June 1979: 10, 15
+ No One Gets The Prize (16, 6) / It’s My House (16, 6) / I Ain’t Been Licked (44, 1)

No One Gets The Prize (Motown) — 11 August 1979: 84, 2 // 13 October 1979: 55, 5
+ It’s My House (84, 2) / Once In The Morning (84, 1)

It’s My House (Motown) — 8 December 1979: 27, 3 (still on the final chart)

Diana Ross & Michael Jackson
Ease On Down The Road (MCA) — 2 December 1978: 58, 8

Diana Ross / Marvin Gaye / Smokey Robinson / Stevie Wonder
Pops We Love You (Motown) — 24 March 1979: 89, 1

Dion
The Wanderer (Philips) — 19 June 1976: 8, 4

Dionne Warwick
Do You Believe In Love At First Sight (Warner Bros.) — 6 May 1978: 90, 1

Direct Current
Everybody Here Must Party (TEC/Sidewalk) — 26 May 1979: 51, 13

Disco Tex
Boogie Flap (Chelsea) — 27 September 1975: 11, 2

Discotheque
Intro Disco (Mercury) — 20 October 1979: 63, 10 (still on the final chart)

Dobie Gray
You Can Do It (Infinity) –3 February 1979: 54, 8

Dollar
Shooting Star (Carrere) — 6 January 1979: 74, 2

Dolly Parton
Baby I’m Burnin’ (RCA) — 27 January 1979: 39, 6

Domenic Troiano
We All Need Love (Capitol) — 18 August 1979: 63, 5

Donald Byrd
Thank You For Funking Up My Life (Elektra) — 11 November 1978: 25, 19
+ Have You Heard The News (25, 14) / Loving You (29, 5)

Giving It Up / Morning / I Love You (Elektra) — 24 November 1979: 85, 2

Donna Summer
Love To Love You Baby (GTO) — 24 January 1976: 3, 7
I Feel Love (GTO) — 25 June 1977: 1 (6 weeks), 16
Love’s Unkind (GTO) — 20 August 1977: 1 (1 week), 24
Down Deep Inside (Casablanca) — 27 August 1977: 2, 11
I Remember Yesterday (GTO) — 17 September 1977: 8, 9
Shut Out – see Paul Jabara & Donna Summer
Once Upon A Time (all cuts) (Casablanca) — 26 November 1977: 19, 3

Rumour Has It (Casablanca) — 17 December 1977: 8, 17
+ I Love You / Once Upon A Time (16, 3)

I Love You (Casablanca) — 24 December 1977: 30, 2

Back In Love Again (GTO) — 15 April 1978: 21, 8
+ Try Me I Know We Can Make It (21, 6)

Last Dance (Casablanca) — 17 June 1978: 29, 10
+ With Your Love (29, 6)

MacArthur Park (Casablanca) — 14 October 1978: 3, 14

Heaven Knows (Casablanca) — 24 February 1979: 43, 7

Hot Stuff (Casablanca) — 19 May 1979: 6, 15
+ Our Love (54, 3) / Sunset People (54, 2)

Bad Girls (Casablanca) — 16 June 1979: 2, 18
+ Our Love (8, 7) / Lucky (9, 3) / Sunset People (9, 3) / Dim All The Lights (9, 2)

Dim All The Lights (Casablanca) — 15 September 1979: 10, 12

No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) – see Barbra Streisand & Donna Summer

Don Ray
Got To Have Loving (Malligator/Polydor) – 39, 12 // 27 May 1978: 39, 12
+ Standing In The Rain (43, 2) / Garden Of Love (43, 4) / Midnight Madness (43, 2), Body And Soul (43, 1), My Desire (43, 1)

Doobie Brothers
Little Darling (Warner Bros.) — 24 September 1977: 50, 1
What A Fool Believes (Warner Bros.) — 17 March 1979: 56, 9

Dooleys
I Think I’m Gonna Fall In Love With You (GTO) — 27 August 1977: 8, 11
Love Of My Life (GTO) — 12 November 1977: 7, 11
Don’t Take It Lyin’ Down (GTO) — 13 May 1978: 86, 1

Dooley Silverspoon
As Long As You Know (Who You Are) (Seville) — 18 October 1975: 20, 1

Dorothy Moore
Misty Blue (Contempo) — 10 July 1976: 15, 4
I Believe You (CBS) — 19 November 1977: 38, 1

Double Exposure
Ten Percent (Salsoul) — 5 February 1977: 17, 1 // 20 May 1978: 31, 13

Dr. Hook
A Little Bit More (Capitol) — 17 July 1976: 8, 6
If Not You (Capitol) — 20 November 1976: 20, 1
When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman (Capitol) — 24 November 1979: 54, 4 (still on the final chart)

Drifters
There Goes My First Love (Bell) — 4 October 1975: 1 (1 weeks), 8
Can I Take You Home Little Girl (Bell) — 3 January 1976: 13, 2
Hello Happiness (Bell) — 24 April 1976: 11, 1
You’re More Than A Number In My Little Red Book (Arista) — 15 January 1977: 5, 6

D-R-U-M
Lalabye (Ensign) — 20 August 1977: 38, 1

Dusty Springfield
That’s The Kind Of Love I’ve Got For You (Mercury) — 15 July 1978: 90, 1
Baby Blue (Mercury) — 10 November 1979: 82, 2

Dynamic Superiors
Nowhere To Run (Motown) — 20 August 1977: 20, 1

Dynasty
I Don’t Want To Be A Freak (Solar) — 1 September 1979: 4, 17 (still on the final chart)

Eagles
New Kid In Town (Asylum) — 22 January 1977: 15, 2

Earth, Wind & Fire
Saturday Night (CBS) — 19 February 1977: 2, 9
Serpentine Fire (CBS) — 5 November 1977: 32, 5

Magic Mind (CBS) — 14 January 1978: 23, 20
+ Jupiter (23, 6) / Love’s Holiday (31, 1)

Fantasy (CBS) — 4 February 1978: 7, 14
Jupiter (CBS) — 29 April 1978: 41, 9
Got To Get You Into My Life (A&M) — 26 August 1978: 82, 2 // 14 October 1978: 58, 6
September (CBS) — 2 December 1978: 2, 17
Boogie Wonderland (CBS) (as Earth, Wind & Fire & The Emotions) — 19 May 1979: 2, 20

In The Stone (CBS) — 23 June 1979: 14, 24 (still on the final chart)
+ Star (14, 13) / Let Your Feelings Show (14, 23) / After The Love Is Gone (14, 7) / Rock That (14, 23) / Can’t Let Go (14, 22)

After The Love Is Gone (CBS) — 11 August 1979: 12, 11
Star (CBS) — 6 October 1979: 5, 12 (still on the final chart)
Can’t Let Go (CBS) — 8 December 1979: 35, 3 (still on the final chart)

Eastside Connection
You’re So Right For Me (Creole) — 18 February 1978: 29, 11

Eddie Drennon & B.B.S. Unlimited
Let’s Do The Latin Hustle (Pye) — 13 March 1976: 8, 3

Eddie Henderson
Say You Will (Capitol) — 1 October 1977: 18, 11
+ Funk Surgeon (18, 9)

Prance On (Tower/Capitol) — 9 September 1978: 7, 18
+ Cyclops (7, 13) / Butterfly (7, 13) / Say You Will (7, 9)

Cyclops (Capitol) — 27 January 1979: 66, 2

Runnin’ To Your Love / This Band Is Hot / Sunchaser (Capitol) — 8 September 1979: 31, 10
+ Please Your Mind (31, 3)

Eddie Horan
Turn My World Back Around (HDM) — 14 October 1978: 44, 8 // 10 February 1979: 55, 6

Eddie Kendricks
Ain’t No Smoke Without Fire (Arista) — 6 May 1978: 21, 12
+ How’s Your Love Life Baby (21, 3)

Eddie Russ
Tea Leaves / Take A Look At Yourself (Monument) — 10 June 1978: 55, 6

Eddy Grant
Living On The Frontline (Ensign/Ice) — 21 April 1979: 7, 22
+ Frontline Symphony (9, 10)
Walking On Sunshine (Ice) — 8 September 1979: 36, 6

Edwin Starr
Contact (20th Century) — 25 November 1978: 1 (2 weeks), 24
H.A.P.P.Y. Radio (20th Century) — 19 May 1979: 5, 17
It’s Called The Rock (20th Century) — 11 August 1979: 84, 1 // 22 September 1979: 15, 10

El Coco
Cocomotion (Pye) — 3 December 1977: 6, 12

Electric Light Orchestra
Evil Woman (Jet) — 14 February 1976: 16, 2
Livin’ Thing (Jet) — 18 December 1976: 6, 6
Turn To Stone (Jet) — 19 November 1977: 36, 2
Mr. Blue Sky (Jet) — 11 February 1978: 41, 2 // 11 March 1978: 33, 3
Shine A Little Love (Jet) — 16 June 1979: 57, 7
Don’t Bring Me Down (Jet) — 6 October 1979: 87, 1

Elton John
Island Girl (DJM) — 15 November 1975: 17, 1
Pinball Wizard (DJM) — 17 April 1976: 18, 1
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (Rocket) (& Kiki Dee) — 17 July 1976: 1 (6 weeks), 11
Ego (Rocket) — 15 April 1978: 62, 3
Part Time Lover (Rocket) — 2 December 1978: 90, 1
Song For Guy (Rocket) — 27 January 1979: 86, 1
Are You Ready For Love (Rocket) — 26 May 1979: 49, 5

Elvis Costello
Watching The Detectives (Stiff) — 10 December 1977: 44, 1
I Don’t Want To Go To Chelsea (Radar) — 8 April 1978: 72, 1
Pump It Up (Radar) — 27 May 1978: 83, 4

Elvis Presley
Way Down (RCA) — 10 September 1977: 9, 6
Jailhouse Rock (RCA) — 10 September 1977: 27, 1
Hound Dog / Blue Suede Shoes (RCA) — 10 September 1977: 47, 1
Return To Sender – RCA — 10 September 1977: 49, 1

Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Fanfare For The Common Man (Atlantic) — 23 July 1977: 13, 1

Emotions
Best Of My Love (CBS) – 20 August 1977: 1 (3 weeks), 16
I Don’t Wanna Lose Your Love (CBS) — 26 November 1977: 13, 11
Boogie Wonderland – see Earth, Wind & Fire & The Emotions
I Should Be Dancing (CBS) — 13 October 1979: 66, 6

Enchantment
Magnetic Feel / I Wanna Boogie (Roadshow) — 31 March 1979: 89, 1

Erotic Drum Band
Love Disco Style / Plug Me To Death (Prism) — 2 December 1978: 62, 8

Errol Dunkley
OK Fred (Scope) — 6 October 1979: 16, 11

Eruption
I Can’t Stand The Rain (Atlantic) — 4 February 1978: 1 (2 weeks), 16
Movin’ (Atlantic) — 6 May 1978: 75, 1
Leave A Light (Atlantic) — 27 January 1979: 77, 4
One Way Ticket (Atlantic) — 5 May 1979: 16, 10

Esther Phillips
What A Diff’rence A Day Makes (Kudu) — 20 September 1975: 17, 1 // 18 October 1975: 2, 6

Eugene Record
Magnetism (Warner Bros.) — 31 March 1979: 30, 11

Evelyn “Champagne” King
Shame (RCA) — 25 March 1978: 5, 39
I Don’t Know If It’s Right (RCA) — 17 March 1979: 90, 1
Music Box (RCA) — 21 July 1979: 88, 2

Evelyn Thomas
Weak Spot (20th Century) — 6 March 1976: 7, 1

Exile
Kiss You All Over (Rak) — 23 September 1978: 68, 3
How Could This Go Wrong (Rak) — 26 May 1979: 77, 2

Faith, Hope & Charity
To Each His Own (RCA) — 11 October 1975: 15, 5
Just One Look (RCA) — 7 February 1976: 12, 3

Family Affair
Love Hustle (Pye) — 11 November 1978: 88, 1

Fantastic Four
Got To Have Your Love (Atlantic) — 12 November 1977: 17, 10
BYOF (Westbound) — 6 January 1979: 14, 17
+ Sexy Lady (14, 10)

Fatback Band
Yum Yum (Gimme Some) (Polydor) — 13 September 1975: 3, 8
Do The Bus Stop (Polydor) — 6 December 1975: 1 (3 weeks), 12
Spanish Hustle (Polydor) — 28 February 1976: 3, 8
Party Time (Polydor) — 12 June 1976: 12, 1
Night Fever (Polydor) — 11 September 1976: 20, 1
Double Dutch (Spring) — 2 April 1977: 14, 1 // 23 April 1977: 10, 1
Master Booty (Spring) — 14 January 1978: 49, 1

I’m Fired Up (Spring) (as Fatback) – 35, 16 — 17 June 1978: 35, 12 // 25 November 1978: 51, 4
+ Get Out On The Dance Floor (35, 6) / The Snake (35, 8) / I Like Girls (67, 3)

Fat Larry’s Band / FLB
Centre City (WMOT) (as Fat Larry’s Band) — 2 July 1977: 9, 5
Boogie Town (Fantasy/WMOT) (as FLB) — 20 January 1979: 9, 16
Lookin’ For Love Tonight (Fantasy) (as FLB) — 11 August 1979: 3, 16

Feathers
Lost Summer Love (Bell) — 23 October 1976: 15, 1

Fern Kinney
Groove Me (TK) — 25 August 1979: 27, 16

Finished Touch
Need To Know You Better (Motown) — 16 September 1978: 70, 3
+ New Frontiers (66, 1)
Love To See You Dance/Need To Know You Better (remix) — 4 November 1978: 50, 7

Fire
Oh That’s My Man (Jay Boy) — 14 February 1976: 18, 4

Five Special
Why Leave Us Alone (Elektra) — 26 May 1979: 26, 14

FLB – see Fat Larry’s Band

Fleetwood Mac
Don’t Stop (Warner Bros.) — 30 April 1977: 7, 6
Dreams (Warner Bros.) — 27 August 1977: 41, 1

Flintlock
Mony Mony (Pinnacle) — 25 March 1978: 83, 1

Flirtations
Little Darling (Casino Classics) — 12 August 1978: 78, 1

Floaters
Float On (ABC) — 30 July 1977: 2, 11

Force
Rock Your Baby (Philadelphia Int’l) — 14 April 1979: 24, 15

Four Seasons
Who Loves You (Warner Bros.) — 11 October 1975: 2, 7
December 1963 (Warner Bros.) — 14 February 1976: 2, 9
Silver Star (Warner Bros) — 22 May 1976: 17, 1
Down The Hall (Warner Bros.) — 27 August 1977: 37, 2

Four Tops
For Your Love (ABC) — 24 December 1977: 34, 3

Fox
S-S-S-Single Bed (GTO) — 1 May 1976: 4, 6

Foxy
Get Off (Dash/TK) — 13 May 1978: 69, 2 // 5 August 1978: 36, 11 // 16 December 1978: 45, 8
Hot Numbers (TK) — 7 April 1979: 66, 3

France Joli
Come To Me (Ariola) — 22 December 1979: 67, 1 (still on the final chart)

Francine McGee
Feelin’ Good (RCA) — 11 March 1978: 9, 16
+ Delirium (9, 14) – listed as the lead track for 12 weeks

Frankie Valli
Grease (RSO) — 2 September 1978: 8, 14
Save Me Save Me (Warner Bros.) — 2 December 1978: 82, 1

Frantique
Strut Your Funky Stuff (Philadelphia Int’l) — 30 June 1979: 1 (1 week), 26 (still on the final chart)

Freda Payne:
Love Magnet (Capitol)  – 28 January 1978: 36, 2

Freddie James
Get Up And Boogie (Warner Bros.) — 11 August 1979: 24, 19 (still on the final chart)

Free
All Right Now (Island) — 4 March 1978: 15, 7

Funkadelic
One Nation Under A Groove (Warner Bros.) — 23 September 1978: 4, 25
(Not Just) Knee Deep (Warner Bros.) — 27 October 1979: 38, 9 (still on the final chart)

Gallagher & Lyle
I Wanna Stay With You (A&M) — 13 March 1976: 6, 4

Gap Band
Baby Baba Boogie (Mercury) — 31 March 1979: 42, 11 // 22 September 1979: 24, 10
+ Shake (48, 4)

Gap Mangione
Mellow Out (A&M) — 8 July 1978: 33, 19
+ Time Of The Season (33, 18) / Sister Jo (34, 7)

Garnet Mimms
What It Is (Arista) — 11 June 1977: 7, 1

Gary Bartz
Shake Your Body / Giant Steps (Capitol/Tower) — 2 September 1978: 87, 1

Gary Criss
Rio De Janeiro (Salsoul/Carrere) — 15 April 1978: 39, 17

Gary Glitter
A Little Boogie Woogie (Arista) — 13 August 1977: 20, 3

Gary’s Gang
Keep On Dancin’ / Do It At The Disco (Columbia) — 20 January 1979: 1 (2 weeks), 17
Showtime (CBS) — 31 March 1979: 12, 16
+ Let’s Lovedance Tonight (12, 15)

Gary Toms Empire
7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Blow Your Whistle (Epic) — 6 September 1975: 15, 2 (already on the first chart)

Gato Barbieri
Poinciana (A&M) — 19 August 1978: 60, 7

Gaz
Sing Sing (Salsoul) — 2 December 1978: 11, 20
+ Boogie Woman (24, 11)

Gene Chandler
Get Down (Chi-Sound/20th Century) — 18 November 1978: 3, 24
When You’re No. 1 (20th Century) — 18 August 1979: 9, 14

Gene Farrow
Move Your Body (Magnet) — 11 February 1978: 22, 17
Don’t Stop Now (Magnet) — 26 August 1978: 88, 1

Gene Page
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (Arista) — 25 February 1978: 15, 11

General Johnson
Can’t Nobody Love Me Like You Do (Arista) — 24 March 1979: 83, 3

George & Gwen McCrae
See also George McCrae
I’ll Do The Rockin’ (President) — 10 January 1976: 17, 2

George Baker
Paloma Blanca (Warner Bros.) — 13 September 1975: 12, 4

George Benson
Supership (CTI) — 25 October 1975: 11, 6
This Masquerade (Warner Bros.) — 9 October 1976: 15, 1
On Broadway (Warner Bros.) — 25 March 1978: 42, 5

Love Ballad (Warner Bros.) — 17 March 1979: 9, 17
+ Unchained Melody (43, 2) / Soulful Strut / Nassau Day / Hey Girl / Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing (43, 1)

Soulful Strut (Warner Bros.) — 31 March 1979: 42, 11
+ Unchained Melody (42, 9) / Before You Go (42, 9) / Nassau Day (42, 5) / Hey Girl (42, 7)

Unchained Melody / Before You Go (Warner Bros.) – 42, 7
14 July 1979: 85 (Unchained Melody/Before You Go), 56, 43, 42, 47 (Unchained Melody), 52, 71

George Duke
Reach For It (Epic) — 11 February 1978: 45. 3

Party Down (Epic) — 17 March 1979: 34, 7
+ I Am For Real / Funkin’ For The Thrill / Straight From The Heart (87, 1)

I Am For Real / Straight From The Heart / Funkin’ For The Thrill / Festival (Epic) — 31 March 1979: 70, 1

I Want You For Myself / Games (Epic) — 24 November 1979: 43, 5 (still on the final chart)
+ Every Little Step I Take (47, 2) / Look What You Find (43, 3)

George McCrae
It’s Been So Long (Jay Boy) — 6 September 1975: 2, 5 (already on the first chart)
I Ain’t Lyin’ (Jay Boy) — 25 October 1975: 1 (1 week), 7
I’ll Do The Rockin’ – see George & Gwen McCrae
Honey I (Jay Boy) — 14 February 1976: 8, 2
Kiss Me (TK) — 3 December 1977: 49, 1

Gerry Rafferty
Baker Street (UA) — 1 April 1978: 40, 4

Gibson Brothers
Non-Stop Dance (Polydor) — 20 August 1977: 37, 2
Come To America (Polydor) — 3 December 1977: 46, 4
Cuba (Island) — 3 March 1979: 7, 19

Oooh! What A Life (Island) — 7 July 1979: 2, 19
+ Better Do It Salsa (8, 6)

Better Do It Salsa (Island) — 18 August 1979: 87, 1

Que Sera Mi Vida (Island) — 1 September 1979: 87, 2
27 October 1979: 5, 9 (still on the final chart)
+ Better Do It Salsa / West Indies (49, 5)

Gilla
Bend Me Shape Me (Ariola Hansa) — 8 July 1978: 63, 10

Gil Scott-Heron
The Bottle / Hello Sunday! Hello Road! (Arista) — 18 March 1978: 42, 4

Gino Soccio
Dancer (RFC/Warner Bros.) — 17 March 1979: 2, 21
+ Dance To Dance (2, 17)

Giorgio & Chris
Love’s In You, Loves In Me (Oasis) — 5 August 1978: 90, 1

Giorgio Moroder
From Here To Eternity (Oasis) — 24 September 1977: 6, 10
+ Too Hot To Handle (7, 6)
Love’s In You, Loves In Me – see Giorgio & Chris
Chase (Casablanca) — 31 March 1979: 46, 5

Gladys Knight / Gladys Knight & The Pips
Baby Don’t Change Your Mind (Buddah) (as Gladys Knight) — 4 June 1977: 4, 12
Come Back And Finish What You Started (Buddah) (as Gladys Knight & The Pips) — 22 July 1978: 54, 10
It’s A Better Than Good Time (Buddah) (as Gladys Knight & The Pips) — 14 October 1978: 80, 3

Glass Family
Crazy (Miracle) — 14 April 1979: 75, 2

Glenn Miller
Moonlight Serenade (RCA) — 14 February 1976: 18, 1

Glitter Band
People Like You And People Like Me (Bell) — 13 March 1976: 8, 4

Gloria Gaynor
Do It Yourself (MGM) — 1 November 1975: 10, 4
How High The Moon (MGM) — 24 January 1976: 11, 2
I Will Survive (Polydor) — 3 February 1979: 5, 17
Let Me Know (I Have A Right) (Polydor) — 20 October 1979: 26, 8

Gonzalez
Haven’t Stopped Dancin’ Yet (EMI/Sidewalk) — 26 November 1977: 22, 8 // 17 March 1979: 4, 17

Goody Goody
#1 Dee Jay (Atlantic) — 7 October 1978: 18, 19
+ Superjock (49, 2)
Superjock (Atlantic) — 21 October 1978: 62, 3

GQ
Disco Nights (Rock Freak) (Arista) — 10 February 1979: 1 (1 week), 19
+ Boogie Oogie Oogie (1, 17)

Make My Dream A Reality (Arista) — 14 April 1979: 29, 18
+ This Happy Feeling (29, 17) / I Do Love You (41, 8)

Grace Jones
I Need A Man (Polydor) — 20 August 1977: 29, 1
Do Or Die (Island) — 26 August 1978: 58, 8

Graham Parker / Graham Parker & The Rumour
Hold Back The Night (Vertigo) (as Graham Parker & The Rumour) — 9 April 1977: 10, 1
Hey Lord Don’t Ask Me Questions (Vertigo) (as Graham Parker) — 6 May 1978: 70, 4

Gregg Diamond
Starcruisin’ (Marlin) — 23 September 1978: 43, 17
+ Fancy Dancer (43, 16) / This Side Of Midnight (43, 10)

Greg Lake
I Believe In Father Christmas (Manticore) — 3 January 1976: 18, 1

Grey & Hanks
Dancin’ (RCA) — 20 January 1979: 19, 14
+ You Fooled Me (27, 6)

Grover Washington Jr.
Sausalito (Kudu) — 25 March 1978: 44, 3
Do Dat / Steppin’ Thru / Santa Cruzin’ (Motown) — 14 October 1978: 71, 5

Guy Marks
Loving You Has Made Me Bananas (ABC) — 13 May 1978: 85, 2

Gwen McCrae
I’ll Do The Rockin’ – see George & Gwen McCrae

Hamilton Bohannon
Happy Feeling (Brunswick) — 20 September 1975: 15, 1
Bohannon Disco Symphony (Mercury) — 1 October 1977: 35, 3
Let’s Start The Dance (Mercury) — 24 June 1978: 7, 20
Cut Loose (Mercury) — 3 March 1979: 52, 4

Hank Mizell
Jungle Rock (Charly) — 17 April 1976: 2, 10

Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
Don’t Leave Me This Way (Philadelphia Int’l) — 12 February 1977: 5, 8
Bad Luck (Philadelphia Int’l) — 8 April 1978: 83, 1

Harpo
Movie Star (DJM) — 15 May 1976: 11, 3

Harvey Mason
What’s Goin’ On (Arista) — 22 April 1978: 83, 2 // 24 June 1978: 60, 7
+ Till You Take My Love (60, 7)

Groovin’ You (Arista) — 5 May 1979: 18, 21
+ Say It Again (58, 7)

Heads Together
Disco Truckin’ Mama (Charisma) — 31 July 1976: 18, 1

Heatwave
Boogie Nights (GTO) — 29 January 1977: 1 (6 weeks), 15
Too Hot To Handle (GTO) — 28 May 1977: 8, 6
Slip Your Disc (GTO) — 18 May 1977: 18, 1
The Groove Line (GTO) — 31 December 1977: 4, 13

Put The Word Out (GTO) — 29 April 1978: 36, 6
+ Mind Blowing Decisions (52, 3) / Party Poops (36, 4)

Mind Blowing Decisions (GTO) — 20 May 1978: 17, 14

Mind Blowing Decisions (US reggae remix) (GTO) — 7 October 1978: 21, 18
+ Always And Forever (21, 14)

Razzle Dazzle (Epic) — 19 May 1979: 30, 12
+ Raise A Blaze (30, 11) / Eyeballin’ (30, 11) / Therm Warfare (30, 10) / One Night Tan (30, 10)

Therm Warfare/Disco (Epic) — 11 August 1979: 90, 1

Heaven & Earth
I Feel A Groove Under My Feet (Mercury) — 1 September 1979: 77, 3
+ I Only Have Eyes For You (89, 1)

Hello
New York Groove (Bell) — 6 September 1975: 6, 14 (already on the first chart)

Hemlock
Disco Break (Warner Bros.) — 14 April 1979: 70, 6

Herb Alpert
Rise (A&M) — 28 July 1979: 61, 4 // 29 September 1979: 6, 13 (still on the final chart)
+ Aranjuez (7, 1)

Street Life / 1980 (A&M) — 27 October 1979: 44, 9 (still on the final chart)
+ Rotation (44, 6) / Beyond The Rain (44, 6)

Rotation (A&M) — 8 December 1979: 36, 3 (still on the final chart)

Herbie Hancock
I Thought It Was You (CBS) — 8 July 1978: 6, 19
You Bet Your Love (CBS) — 20 January 1979: 6, 15
Tell Everybody (CBS) — 17 February 1979: 15, 25
+ Ready Or Not (16, 13) / Trust Me (16, 9)

Herbie Mann
Superman (Atlantic) — 3 February 1979: 45, 8
+ Etagui (45, 5)

High Inergy
You Can’t Turn Me Off (Motown) — 24 December 1977: 25, 5

Hilary
Do It (Columbia) — 24 March 1979: 32, 9

Hi-Tension
Hi-Tension (Island) — 25 March 1978: 1 (5 weeks), 24
British Hustle (Island) — 5 August 1978: 2, 19
+ Peace On Earth (2, 8)
Autumn Love / Unspoken (Island) — 16 December 1978: 74, 4
There’s A Reason (Island) — 20 October 1979: 77, 6

Hollywood Disco Jazz Band
Don’s Place (A&M) — 16 June 1979: 90, 1

Honky
Join The Party (Creole) — 26 March 1977: 17, 2 // 23 April 1977: 9, 1 // 11 June 1977: 17, 2

Hot Blood
Soul Dracula (Creole) — 16 October 1976: 11, 4

Hot Chocolate
You Sexy Thing (Rak) — 22 November 1975: 1 (6 weeks), 12
Don’t Stop It Now (Rak) — 17 April 1976: 5, 5
Man To Man (Rak) — 14 August 1976: 15, 1
Heaven Is In The Back Seat Of My Cadillac (Rak) — 18 September 1976: 11, 3
So You Win Again (Rak) — 2 July 1977: 1 (1 week), 9
Put Your Love In Me (Rak) — 10 December 1977: 25, 4
Every 1’s A Winner (Rak) — 4 March 1978: 16, 10
Mindless Boogie (Rak) — 9 June 1979: 33, 8
Going Through The Motions (Rak) — 11 August 1979: 65, 5

Howard Kenney
Save Some For The Children (Warner Bros.) — 23 September 1978: 44, 14 // 3 March 1979: 87, 1 // 24 March 1979: 86, 1

Hudson People
Trip To Your Mind (Hithouse/Ensign) — 5 May 1979: 30, 14
Boogie On Downtown (Virgin) — 27 October 1979: 15, 9 (still on the final chart)

Hundred Ton & A Feather
It Only Takes A Minute (UK) — 26 June 1976: 5, 7

Ian Dury
Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick (Stiff) — 6 January 1979: 10, 11
Reasons To Be Cheerful, Pt. 3 (Stiff) — 18 August 1979: 25, 7

Idris Muhammad
Turn This Mutha Out / Could Heaven Ever Be Like This (Kudu) — 10 September 1977: 10, 8

Boogie To The Top (Kudu) — 13 May 1978: 12, 17
+ One With A Star (12, 8) / S-E-X  (12, 7)

Foxhuntin’ (Fantasy) — 18 August 1979: 50, 8
+ Boogie Boots (70, 3) / Work Your Body (85, 2)

Imperials
Who’s Gonna Love Me (Power Exchange) — 31 December 1977: 15, 6

Impressions
First Impressions (Curtom) — 29 November 1975: 4, 9

In Crowd
We Play Reggae (Cactus) — 5 November 1977: 42, 2
Back A Yard (Cactus) — 3 June 1978: 87, 2

Independent Movement
Slippin’ Away (Polydor) — 19 August 1978: 79, 1

Inner Circle
Everything Is Great (Island) — 17 February 1979: 10, 11

Inner City Express
Dance And Shake Your Funky Tambourine (Ebony) — 8 October 1977: 23, 4
Shu’ Dig Dancin’ (Ebony) — 25 March 1978: 52, 4

Instant Funk
It Ain’t Reggae (But It’s Funky) (Philadelphia Int’l) — 20 August 1977: 26, 5
I Got My Mind Made Up (Salsoul) — 16 December 1978: 4, 19

Isaac Hayes
Disco Connection (ABC) — 17 April 1976: 6, 6
Shaft II / Zeke The Freak (Polydor) — 18 November 1978: 85, 1 // 9 December 1978: 87, 1
Zeke The Freak (Polydor) — 17 February 1979: 72, 3
Don’t Let Go (Polydor) — 3 November 1979: 51, 8 (still on the final chart)
+ Fever (55, 2)

Isley Brothers
Harvest For The World (Epic) — 24 July 1976: 8, 6
Livin’ The Life / Voyage To Atlantis (Epic) — 10 September 1977: 44, 1
Take To Me The Next Phase / Livin’ The Life (Epic) — 6 May 1978: 16, 10
Groove With You (Epic) — 29 July 1978: 74, 2

Life In The City (T-Neck/Epic) — 30 June 1979: 46, 12
+ It’s A Disco Night (46, 11) – listed as the lead track for all 11 weeks / Winner Takes All (49, 8) / You’re Beside Me (75, 5) / I Wanna Be With You (75, 5) / Let’s Fall In Love (55, 8) / Liquid Love (55, 8)

It’s A Disco Night (T-Neck/Epic) — 15 September 1979: 4, 15 (still on the final chart)

Jack Ashford
Hotel Sheet (Magic Disc) — 10 June 1978: 72, 5

Jackie McLean
Dr. Jackyll And Mr. Funk (RCA) — 31 March 1979: 29, 21

Jackie Moore
This Time Baby (Columbia/CBS) — 14 July 1979: 7, 20

Jackson Browne
Stay (Asylum) — 29 July 1978: 90, 1

Jacksons
Enjoy Yourself (Epic) — 30 April 1977: 16, 1
Show You The Way To Go (Epic) – 1(2), 9 — 11 June 1977: 1 (2 weeks), 9
Dreamer (Epic) — 20 August 1977: 17, 2
Skywriter (Motown) (as The Jackson Five) — 24 September 1977: 45, 1
Blame It On The Boogie (Epic) — 7 October 1978: 5, 18
+ Destiny (remix) (71, 2)
Shake Your Body Down To The Ground (Epic) — 31 March 1979: 1 (2 weeks), 17

J.A.L.N. Band
Disco Music (Magnet) — 25 September 1976: 10, 7
I’ve Got To Sing (Magnet) — 20 August 1977: 21, 6
Goin’ Places (Epic) — 22 October 1977: 18, 9
So Good (Magnet) — 26 November 1977: 48, 1
Get Up (& Let Yourself Go) (Magnet) — 10 June 1978: 25, 11

James & Bobby Purify
I’m Your Puppet (Mercury) — 1 May 1976: 18, 2

James Brown
Get Up Offa That Thing (Polydor) — 31 July 1976: 13, 2 // 2 October 1976: 8, 9
Body Heat (Polydor) — 29 January 1977: 13, 4 // 7 May 1977: 16, 1
Honky Tonk (Polydor) — 20 August 1977: 25, 2

Eyesight (Polydor) — 29 April 1978: 27, 17
+ Nature (44, 5) / Spank (42, 9) / Jam (43, 6)

For Goodness Sakes Look At Those Cakes / Sex Machine (Polydor) — 17 February 1979: 68, 3
It’s Too Funky In Here (Polydor) — 23 June 1979: 48, 12

Janet Kay
Silly Games (Scope) — 23 June 1979: 9, 12
Loving You (Pye) — 15 September 1979: 71, 4

Janis Ian
Fly Too High (CBS) — 15 December 1979: 79, 2 (still on the final chart)

Jasper Carrott
Magic Roundabout (DJM) — 13 September 1975: 13, 3

Jay Hoggard
West End Dancer (GRP/Arista) — 27 October 1979: 50, 9 (still on the final chart)
Samba Pa Negra (50, 2)

Jean Carn
When I Find You Love (all cuts) (Philadelphia Int’l) — 10 November 1979: 40, 7 (still on the final chart)

Jean Michel Jarre
Oxygene (Polydor) — 27 August 1977: 4, 8

Jeff Wayne
The Eve Of The War (CBS) — 29 September 1979: 69, 5

Jesse Green
Nice And Slow (EMI) — 14 August 1976: 6, 10
Flip (EMI) — 15 January 1977: 4, 5
Come With Me (EMI) — 11 June 1977: 13, 3

Jigsaw
Sky High (Splash) — 15 November 1975: 11, 5
If I Have To Go Away (Splash) — 30 July 1977: 13, 2

Jim Capaldi
Love Hurts (Island) — 8 November 1975: 4, 9

Jimmy Bo Horne
Gimme Some (RCA) — 13 September 1975: 9, 5 // 27 November 1976: 18, 1 // 23 April 1977: 18, 3
Get Happy (TK) — 11 June 1977: 38, 1
Dance Across The Floor (TK) — 29 April 1978: 63, 6 // 12 August 1978: 69, 3

Jimmy James & The Vagabonds
I’ll Go Where The Music Takes Me (Pye) — 8 May 1976: 4, 7
Now Is The Time (Pye) — 31 July 1976: 4, 7

Jimmy Lindsay
Easy (Island) — 25 February 1978: 19, 11
Ain’t No Sunshine (BEM) — 17 February 1979: 73, 3

Jimmy McGriff
Outside Looking In / Playland (LRC) — 23 September 1978: 49, 8
+ Midnight Boogie / Tapioca (49, 6)

Jimmy Ponder
Sometimes When We Touch/Chasing That Face (LRC) — 23 September 1978: 68, 4
+ All Things Beautiful (all remaining cuts) (78, 2)

J.J. Barnes
How Long (Contempo) — 12 November 1977: 43, 2

Joe Bataan
Rap-O Clap-O (Salsoul) — 15 December 1979: 77, 2 (still on the final chart)

Joe Farrell
Night Dancing (Warner Bros.) — 21 October 1978: 29, 16

Joe Sample
There Are Many Stops Along The Way (ABC) — 25 March 1978: 29, 15
Sunrise / Carmel / Cannery Row (ABC) — 17 March 1979: 64, 4

Joe Tex
Ain’t Gonna Bump No More (Epic) — 30 April 1977: 1 (5), 14

Joe Thomas
Plato’s Retreat (TK) — 16 September 1978: 20, 17
Make Your Move (LRC/TK) — 14 April 1979: 13, 18
+ Sugar Smack (14, 16)

John Asher
Let’s Twist Again (Creole) — 29 November 1975: 8, 4

John Davis & The Monster Orchestra
The Magic Is You / You’re The One (Polydor) — 1 October 1977: 45, 1
Ain’t That Enough For You (SAM/Miracle) — 6 January 1979: 44, 9

John Forde
Stardance (EMI) — 10 September 1977: 47, 3

John Gibbs & US Steel Orchestra
Trinidad (Jumbo Caribbean) — 3 June 1978: 55, 8

John Handy
Hard Work (Impulse) — 9 October 1976: 17, 1
I Can Tell (Warner Bros) — 18 November 1978: 64, 4
+ Play The Music / Lady, Lady / Disco Samba (64, 2)

John Kongos
I No. 7 (Only Wants To Get To Heaven) (A&M) — 20 March 1976: 18, 1

John Lennon
Imagine (Apple) — 22 November 1975: 12, 2

John Miles
Music (Decca) — 17 April 1976: 11, 2
Slow Down (Decca) — 4 June 1977: 4, 13

Johnnie Taylor
Disco Lady (CBS) — 8 May 1976: 8, 4
Keep On Dancing (CBS) — 20 May 1978: 72, 6

Johnny “Guitar” Watson
I Need It (DJM) — 28 August 1976: 18, 3
It’s A Damn Shame (DJM) — 18 March 1978: 49, 2

Johnny Mathis
When A Child Is Born (CBS) — 8 January 1977: 10, 1
Too Much, Too Little, Too Late – see Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams
Gone, Gone, Gone (CBS) — 11 August 1979: 10, 13

Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams
Too Much, Too Little, Too Late (CBS) — 25 March 1978: 34, 12
+ Emotions (34, 7)

Johnny Wakelin
In Zaire (Pye) — 7 August 1976: 6, 8

John Paul Young
Love Is In The Air (Ariola) — 29 April 1978: 25, 11

John Travolta
Sandy (Midsong) — 21 October 1978: 46, 5

John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John
You’re The One That I Want (RSO) — 3 June 1978: 3, 18
Summer Nights (RSO) — 30 September 1978: 7, 11

Jolly Brothers
Conscious Man (Ballistic) — 11 August 1979: 50, 8

Jonathan King
Una Paloma Blanca (UK) — 11 October 1975: 11, 1
One For You, One For Me (GTO) — 21 October 1978: 53, 5

Jonathan Richman
Roadrunner (Berserkley) — 27 August 1977: 29, 3
Egyptian Reggae (Berserkley) — 19 November 1977: 10, 9

Jones Girls
You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else (Philadelphia Int’l) — 5 May 1979: 28, 16
+ Life Goes On (39, 5)

J.R.T.
Play It Again Sam (Electric) — 13 May 1978: 53, 7

Judge Dread
Y Viva Suspenders (Cactus) — 11 September 1976: 17, 1

Juggy Jones
Inside America (Contempo) — 21 February 1976: 13, 2

Julie Covington
Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina (MCA) — 29 January 1977: 15, 2

Jupiter Beyond
The River Drive (AZO/Pye) — 6 October 1979: 16, 12 (still on the final chart)

J. Vincent Edwards
Love Hit Me (Pye) — 13 November 1976: 18, 1

Kalyan
Nice And Slow (MCA) — 24 September 1977: 41, 1

Kandidate
Don’t Wanna Say Goodnight (Rak) — 19 August 1978: 70, 9
+ Closer (76, 2)
I Don’t Wanna Lose You (Rak) — 5 May 1979: 83, 1
Girls Girls Girls (Rak) – 34, 9 — 4 August 1979: 34, 9

Karen Young
Hot Shot (West End) — 1 July 1978: 5, 22

Kate Bush
Wuthering Heights (EMI) — 1 April 1978: 45, 2

Kat Mandu
The Break (TK) — 29 September 1979: 41, 13 (still on the final chart)

Kay-Gees
Kilowatt Invasion (De-Lite) — 25 March 1978: 62, 13
+ Kilowatt (62, 5) – listed as the lead track for all 5 weeks / Tango Hustle (78, 1)

Latican Funk / Burn Me Up / The Rhythm Is Hot (De-Lite) — 5 May 1979: 79, 3

KC & The Sunshine Band
That’s The Way (I Like It) (Jay Boy) — 6 September 1975: 1 (4 weeks), 10 (already on the first chart)
I’m So Crazy ‘Bout You (Jay Boy) — 29 November 1975: 10, 2
Shake Your Booty (Jay Boy) — 31 July 1976: 5, 8
Keep It Comin’ Love (Jay Boy) — 4 December 1976: 4, 12
I’m Your Boogie Man (TK) — 30 April 1977: 8, 6
Boogie Shoes (TK) — 15 April 1978: 22, 11
It’s The Same Old Song (TK) — 22 July 1978: 26, 8

Keith Barrow
Turn Me Up (Columbia) — 2 December 1978: 30, 22
+ Physical Attraction (30, 13) – listed as the lead track for all 13 weeks / Joyful Music (30, 11)

Kellee Patterson
If It Don’t Fit Don’t Force It (EMI) — 21 January 1978: 27, 13

Kenny Delt & Prana
Conquer All (Mercury) — 27 May 1978: 28, 12

Kenny Everett
Captain Kremmen (DJM) — 12 November 1977: 39, 3

Kenny Williams
(You’re) Fabulous Babe (Decca) — 26 November 1977: 37, 4

Kiki Dee
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart – see Elton John & Kiki Dee

Kleeer
Keep Your Body Workin’ (US Atlantic) — 17 March 1979: 10, 13
Its Magic / Tonight’s The Night (Atlantic) — 30 June 1979: 53, 15
+ I Love To Dance (53, 14) / Happy Me (65, 2) / Keep Your Body Workin’ (69, 1)

Kofi & Kiki
24 Hours In A Disco (Bronze) — 17 March 1979: 86, 1

Kongas
Dr. Doo Dah (Crocus) — 15 April 1978: 88, 1
Gimme Some Lovin’ (Polydor/Malligator) — 3 June 1978: 83, 1

Kool & The Gang
Ladies’ Night (De-Lite) — 22 September 1979: 1 (4 weeks), 14 (still on the final chart)
+ Tonight’s The Night (14, 4) / Hangin’ Out (14, 4) / If You Feel Like Dancin’ (14, 3) / Too Hot (2,3)

Too Hot / Hangin’ Out / If You Feel Like Dancin’ (Mercury) — 24 November 1979: 48, 5 (still on the final chart)
+ Tonight’s The Night (48, 4)

Kurtis Blow
Christmas Rappin’ (Mercury) — 8 December 1979: 22, 3 (still on the final chart)

La Belle Epoque
Black Is Black (Harvest) — 27 August 1977: 1 (2 weeks), 18

La Bionda
One For You, One For Me (Mercury) — 30 September 1978: 27, 10
Sandstorm (Polydor) — 7 October 1978: 89, 1

Lakeside
It’s All The Way Live (Solar) — 25 November 1978: 28, 14

Lalo Schifrin
Jaws (CTI) — 9 October 1976: 6, 10
Chile Caliente (Warner Bros.) — 30 June 1979: 54, 7
No One Home (Tabu) — 13 October 1979: 68, 4

Lamont Dozier
Going Back To My Roots (Warner Bros.) — 24 September 1977: 48, 2
Boogie Business (Warner Bros.) — 17 March 1979: 20, 16
+ Love Me To The Max (20, 13) / Bittersweet (46, 6) / Going Back To My Roots (20, 4)

Larry Page Orchestra
Volare (Penny Farthing) — 10 January 1976: 20, 1
Erotic Soul / You Do It Good (Rampage) — 9 September 1978: 78, 4

LaSo
LaSo Square (MCA) — 20 August 1977: 50 // 15 October 1977: 30, 3

Laurel & Hardy
The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine (United Artists) — 3 January 1976: 9, 1

Laurent Voulzy
Rockollection (RCA) — 5 November 1977: 31, 4

L.A.X.
Dancin’ At The Disco (Prelude/Biram) — 2 June 1979: 36, 12

Lee Eldred
How’s Your Love Life (Mercury) — 26 June 1976: 12, 1

Lee Garrett
You’re My Everything (Chrysalis) — 29 May 1976: 5, 8

Lee Moore
Reachin’ Out (Source) — 8 September 1979: 26, 13

Lee Ritenour
Sugarloaf Express (Electra) — 17 June 1978: 60, 5

Leif Garrett
Runaround Sue (Atlantic) — 25 March 1978: 68, 3
I Was Made For Dancin’ (Scotti Bros.) — 27 January 1979: 22, 9

Lemon
A-Freak-A / Chance To Dance (Prelude) — 10 February 1979: 40, 11

Len Boone
Love Won’t Be Denied (Chrysalis) — 5 August 1978: 51, 7

Lene Lovich
Lucky Number (Stiff) — 7 April 1979: 68, 1

Lenny White
Lady Madonna / Pooh Bear (Elektra) — 10 February 1979: 88, 1

Lenny Williams
Choosing You (ABC) — 17 September 1977: 39, 3 // 24 December 1977: 9, 11
Shoo Doo Fu Fu Ooh (ABC) — 1 October 1977: 8, 11
You Got Me Running (ABC) — 22 July 1978: 28, 15
+ Midnight Girl (28, 6) / I Still Reach Out (28, 8) / Cause I Love You (28, 4)
If You’re In Need / Doin’ The Loop De Loop / When I’m Dancin’ (MCA) — 21 July 1979: 65, 3

Leon Haywood
Party (MCA) — 18 November 1978: 49, 8

Leo Sayer
Moonlighting (Chrysalis) — 13 September 1975: 5, 5
You Make Me Feel Like Dancing (Chrysalis) — 13 November 1976: 1 (3 weeks), 11
When I Need You (Chrysalis) — 12 February 1977: 3, 7
How Much Love (Chrysalis) — 23 April 1977: 6, 6
Thunder In My Heart (Chrysalis) — 17 September 1977: 11, 8

Le Pamplemousse
Get Your Boom Boom (Barclay) — 12 November 1977: 24, 8

Leroy Brown
One Woman Man (EMI) — 6 September 1975: 9, 9

Light Of The World
Swingin’ (Ensign) — 24 March 1979: 8, 13
Midnight Groovin’ (Ensign) — 19 May 1979: 35, 14

Linda & The Funky Boys
Sold My Rock ‘N Roll (Spark) — 3 July 1976: 17, 1

Linda Clifford
From Now On (Warner Bros.) — 28 January 1978: 25, 7

Runaway Love (Curtom) — 15 April 1978: 12, 24
+ Gypsy Lady (12, 20) / If My Friends Could See Me Now (12, 22)

Gypsy Lady / If My Friends Could See Me Now + remix (Curtom) — 4 November 1978: 65, 4

Bridge Over Troubled Water (RSO) — 28 April 1979: 14, 12
+ Don’t Give It Up / Hold Me Close (31, 2)

Don’t Give It Up / Hold Me Close (RSO) — 19 May 1979: 89, 1

Linda Lewis
It’s In His Kiss (Arista) — 6 September 1975: 4, 2 (already on the first chart)
Baby I’m Yours (Arista) — 1 May 1976: 17, 1

Linda Ronstadt
Blue Bayou (Asylum) — 11 February 1978: 48, 1

Linda Thompson
Ooh What A Night (Magnet) — 20 March 1976: 15, 1

Lipstique
Venus (Ensign) — 15 April 1978: 53, 8

Liquid Gold
Anyway You Do It (Creole) — 23 December 1978: 63, 5

Little Anthony & The Imperials
Better Use Your Head (UA) — 14 August 1976: 13, 1

L.J. Johnson
Your Magic Put A Spell On Me (Philips) — 21 February 1976: 17, 4

Loleatta Holloway
Hit And Run (Salsoul) — 14 June 1978: 54, 4

Loleatta Holloway & Bunny Sigler
Only You (Salsoul) — 2 September 1978: 72, 3

Long Tall Ernie
Do You Remember (Polydor) — 10 December 1977: 22, 9

Lonnie Liston Smith
Space Princess (Columbia) — 20 January 1979: 27, 10
+ Quiet Moments (27, 5)

A Song For The Children / Nightlife (Columbia) — 22 September 1979: 42, 9
+ Street Festival / Fruit Music (42, 8)

Expansions (RCA) — 20 October 1979: 17, 10 (still on the final chart)

Lonnie Smith
Funk Reaction (TK) — 4 March 1978: 33, 6
Do It (LRC) — 3 February 1979: 64, 8
+ Sweet Honey Wine (64, 4) / My Latin Sky (64, 3)

Lorraine Johnson
Feed The Flame (Prelude) — 23 December 1978: 37, 11
+ Learning To Dance All Over Again (67, 5)

Louis Jordan
Choo Choo Ch’Boogie (MCA) — 28 February 1976: 11, 3

Lou Rawls
You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine (Philadelphia Int’l) — 21 August 1976: 13, 3
See You When I Git There (Philadelphia Int’l) — 22 October 1977: 50, 1
Lady Love (Philadelphia Int’l) — 28 January 1978: 29, 3

Love & Kisses
I’ve Found Love (Barclay) — 12 November 1977: 32, 3
Thank God It’s Friday (Casablanca) — 27 May 1978: 40, 11

Love Committee
Law And Order (Salsoul) — 8 July 1978: 46, 5

Love De-Luxe
Here Comes That Sound Again (Atlantic) — 29 September 1979: 84, 4

Lovers
Discomania (Marlin/Epic) — 11 June 1977: 8, 9

Love Symphony Orchestra
Let Me Be Your Fantasy (Penthouse) — 2 December 1978: 68, 6

Love Unlimited
High Steppin’, Hip Dressin’ Fella (Unlimited Gold) — 24 November 1979: 78, 3

Lowrell
Mellow, Mellow Right On (AVI) — 6 October 1979: 4, 12 (still on the final chart)

L.T.D.
Back In Love Again (A&M) — 12 November 1977: 8, 15
Holding On (A&M) — 15 July 1978: 32, 15
+ Together Forever (71, 4) / Jam (50, 5) / You Must Have Known I Needed Love (50, 5) / It’s Time To Be Real (32, 11)

Luisa Fernandez
Lay Love On You (Warner Bros.) — 1 July 1978: 55, 6 // 18 November 1978: 30, 10

Luv You Madly Orchestra
Rocket Rock (Salsoul) — 23 September 1978: 83, 1 // 28 October 1978: 83, 1

M
Pop Muzik (MCA) — 21 April 1979: 5, 15

Machine
There But For The Grace Of God Go I (RCA) — 17 March 1979: 31, 6

Macho
I’m A Man – EMI — 2 December 1978: 29, 10

Mac Kissoon
Stone Walls (State) — 12 March 1977: 20, 1

Madleen Kane
Rough Diamond (Decca) — 29 July 1978: 84, 2

Madness
One Step Beyond (Stiff) — 1 December 1979: 51, 4 (still on the final chart)

Major Harris
Love Won’t Let Me Wait (Atlantic) — 6 September 1975: 13, 5

Mankind
Dr. Who (Pinnacle) — 2 December 1978: 24, 11

M. & O. Band
Let’s Do The Latin Hustle (Creole) — 13 March 1976: 7, 4

Mandre
Freakin’s Fine / Swang (Motown) — 5 May 1979: 81, 8
+ Spirit Groove (81, 6) / Final Funk (81, 5)

Mandrill
Can You Get It / (Arista) — 18 February 1978: 13, 8
+ Funky Monkey (13, 5)

Manfred Mann’s Earth Band
Blinded By The Light (Bronze) — 25 September 1976: 14, 3
Davy’s On The Road Again (Bronze) — 1 July 1978: 86, 1

Manhattans
Kiss And Say Goodbye (CBS) — 3 July 1976: 7, 6
Hurt (CBS) — 13 November 1976: 17, 1

Manhattan Transfer
Tuxedo Junction (Atlantic) — 21 February 1976: 12, 3
Chanson D’Amour (Atlantic) — 12 March 1977: 3, 8
Don’t Let Go (Atlantic) — 11 June 1977: 21, 1
Walk In Love (Atlantic) — 29 April 1978: 79, 1
Where Did Our Love Go (Atlantic) — 30 September 1978: 85, 2

Mantus
(Dance It) Freestyle Rhythm (SMI) — 27 January 1979: 47, 13
Rock It To The Top / Midnight Energy (SMI) — 28 April 1979: 69, 2

Manu Dibango
Big Blow (Fiesta) – 21 January 1978: 3, 18
+ Aloko Party (3, 5)

Sun Explosion (Fiesta/Decca) — 7 October 1978: 9, 14
+ Big Blow (9, 11) / Motapo (9, 6)

Marc Jordan
Survival (Warner Bros.) — 9 September 1978: 83, 1

Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.
Shine On Silver Moon (Columbia) — 17 February 1979: 87, 2

Marlena Shaw
Better Than Walking Out (Blue Note) — 10 July 1976: 17, 2

Marmalade
Falling Apart At The Seams (Target) — 17 April 1976: 20, 1

Marsha Hunt
The Other Side Of Midnight (Magnet) — 11 November 1978: 76, 3

Marshall Hain
Dancing In The City (Harvest) — 17 June 1978: 18, 10

Martha Reeves
Jimmy Mack (Tamla Motown) — 24 January 1976: 20, 1

Martyn Ford Orchestra / Martyn Ford
Let Your Body Go Downtown (Mountain) (as Martyn Ford Orchestra) — 23 April 1977: 11, 4
Happy People (Mountain) (as Martyn Ford) — 18 November 1978: 77, 1

Marvels
Sh-Boom (Dimples) — 27 October 1979: 82, 2

Marvin Gaye
Got To Give It Up (Motown) — 30 April 1977: 3, 11
A Funky Space Reincarnation (Motown) — 17 March 1979: 88, 1
Ego Tripping Out (Motown) — 24 November 1979: 41, 5 (still on the final chart)
+ What’s Going On (41, 2)

Marvin Hamlisch
Bond ’77 (UA) — 1 October 1977: 35, 5

Mary Stavin
Feeling Good Being Bad (Ariola) — 24 November 1979: 86, 1

Mary Wells
My Guy (Motown) — 25 March 1978: 47, 4

Mass Production
Welcome To Our World (Cotillion) — 5 March 1977: 12, 4

I Believe In Music (Cotillion) — 8 October 1977: 35, 10
+ Cosmic Lust (41, 3)

Just Want To Make A Dream Come True / Watch Me Do It (Cotillion) — 8 July 1977: 60, 5
+ Sky High / Scarey Love (60, 3)

Can’t You See I’m Fired Up / Strollin’ (Cotillion) — 21 April 1979: 42, 9
+ Firecracker (42, 8) / Eyeballin’ (79, 1)

Welcome To Our World / Cosmic Lust / Strollin’ (Atlantic) — 28 July 1979: 75, 4

Mastermind
Hustle Bus Stop (Prelude) — 4 February 1978: 45, 2 // 27 May 1978: 47, 6

Matumbi
Point Of View (MR) — 22 September 1979: 30, 9
+ Pretender (39, 3)

Maxine Nightingale
Right Back Where We Started From (United Artists) — 1 November 1975: 2, 10
Love Hit Me (UA) — 19 March 1977: 13, 5

Maytals
Disco Reggae / Dub A Little Reggae (State) — 6 May 1978: 15, 10

McFadden & Whitehead
Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now (Columbia) — 14 April 1979: 1 (5 weeks), 21
Do You Want To Dance (Philadelphia Int’l) — 25 August 1979: 64, 5

Me And You
You Never Know What You’ve Got (Deb Music/Laser) — 28 July 1979: 26, 12

Meco
Star Wars Theme (RCA) — 17 September 1977: 2, 10
Close Encounters (RCA) — 25 March 1978: 53, 5

Melba Moore
This Is It (Buddah) — 22 May 1976: 1 (3 weeks), 10
You Stepped Into My Life (Epic) — 4 November 1978: 55, 15
Pick Me Up, I’ll Dance (Epic) — 31 March 1979: 5, 19

Metropolis
I Love New York (Salsoul) — 8 April 1978: 10, 18

Mexicano
Move Up Starsky (Ice) — 25 March 1978: 81, 1 // 6 October 1979: 80, 4

MFSB
Use Ta Be My Guy (Philadelphia Int’l) — 5 August 1978: 78, 4

Michael Jackson
Ease On Down The Road – see Diana Ross & Michael Jackson

Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough (Epic) — 8 September 1979: 1 (6 weeks), 16 (still on the final chart)
+ Rock With You / Get On The Floor / Burn This Disco Out (76, 1)

Off The Wall (Epic) — 22 September 1979: 3, 14 (still on the final chart)
+ Rock With You (12, 9) / Get On The Floor (12, 9) / Working Day And Night (12, 9) / Burn This Disco Out (35, 5) / She’s Out Of My Life (12, 7)

Rock With You / Get On The Floor / Working Day And Night (Epic) — 24 November 1979: 30, 5 (still on the final chart)
+ She’s Out Of My Life (30, 3) / Burn This Disco Out (38, 3)

Michael Pedicin Jr.
That’s A Good One (Philadelphia Int’l) — 1 September 1979: 88, 2

Michael Zager Band
Let’s All Chant / Love Express (Private Stock) — 4 March 1978: 1 (4 weeks), 19
Do It With Feeling (Bang) (as Michael Zager Moon Band) — 15 July 1978: 75, 2
Music Fever (Private Stock) — 12 August 1978: 51, 5
+ Soul To Soul (53, 2)

Michele
Disco Dance (West End) — 8 April 1978: 60, 7

Mick Jackson
Blame It On The Boogie (Atlantic) — 23 September 1978: 26, 10
Weekend (Atlantic) — 10 February 1979: 20, 9
Married Men (Atlantic) — 14 July 1979: 87, 2

Mike Batt
Summertime City (Epic) — 6 September 1975: 19, 2

Mike Mandel
Peg / Jupiter Finger (Vanguard) — 27 January 1979: 36, 11
+ Just The Way You Are (49, 6) (listed as the lead track for all 6 weeks)

Mike Oldfield
Portsmouth (Virgin) — 8 January 1977: 15, 1

Mike Theodore Orchestra
The Bull (Atlantic) — 3 December 1977: 26, 5

Millie Jackson
Sweet Music Man (Spring) — 7 October 1978: 82, 2

Mink De Ville
Spanish Stroll (Capitol) — 10 September 1977: 29, 1

Miquel Brown
Symphony Of Love (Polydor) — 13 January 1979: 82, 4

Miracles
Love Machine (Tamla Motown) — 10 January 1976: 1 (3 weeks), 9

Miroslav Vitous
New York City (Warner Bros.) — 15 September 1979: 72, 5

Mister Charge
Show Me (What You’re Made Of) (Target) — 23 October 1976: 20, 1

Mistura feat. Lloyd Michels
The Flasher (Route) — 5 June 1976: 9, 7

MJ Williams
I Found Love Dancing On The Disco Floor (Ariola) — 25 March 1978: 71, 1

Moments
Dolly My Love (All Platinum) — 6 September 1975: 6, 4 (already on the first chart)
Jack In The Box (All Platinum) — 29 January 1977: 4, 8

Mongo Santamaria
Watermelon Man (Tappan Zee) — 3 March 1979: 57, 7 // 23 June 1979: 20, 9 (as part of the Turn On The Tap EP)

Montana
A Dance Fantasy (Atlantic) — 25 March 1978: 54, 3
I Love Music / You Know How Good It Is (Atlantic) — 16 December 1978: 40, 7 // 21 April 1979: 53, 5

Montreal Sound
Music (Creole) — 14 January 1978: 48, 1

Morning, Noon & Night
Bite Your Granny (UA) — 10 September 1977: 37, 5

Motors
Airport (Virgin) — 15 July 1978: 57, 1
Forget About You (Virgin) — 2 September 1978: 80, 3

Motown Sounds
Bad Mouthin’ / Groove Time (Motown) — 24 March 1979: 77, 4
+ Space Dance (77, 3)

Mr. Big
Romeo (EMI) — 15 March 1977: 13, 1

Mud
L-L-Lucy (Private Stock) — 25 October 1975: 19, 1
Shake It Down (Private Stock) — 29 May 1976: 14, 4
Lean On Me (Private Stock) — 18 December 1976: 13, 1

Munich Machine
Get On The Funk Train (Oasis) — 5 November 1977: 39, 1 // 3 December 1977: 10, 9
A Whiter Shade Of Pale (Oasis) — 9 December 1978: 85, 1

Muppets
Mah Na Ma Na (Pye) — 18 June 1977: 20, 1

Muscles
If It Relaxes Your Mind (Big Bear) — 27 August 1977: 49, 1

Musique
In The Bush (Prelude) — 26 August 1978: 3, 28
+ Keep On Jumpin’ (19, 12)

Narada Michael Walden
I Don’t Want Nobody Else (Atlantic) — 24 February 1979: 12, 13
Tonight I’m Alright / I Shoulda Loved Ya / You’re Soo Good (Atlantic) — 15 December 1979: 55, 2 (still on the final chart)

Natalie Cole
This Will Be (Capitol) — 20 September 1975: 5, 9

Nature’s Divine
I Just Can’t Control Myself (Infinity) — 3 November 1979: 60, 8 (still on the final chart)
+ Nature’s Divine (60, 7) / Never Felt This Way Before (60, 3)

Nazareth
Gone Dead Train (Mountain) — 4 March 1978: 40, 1

Neil Larsen
Sudden Samba (Horizon) — 25 November 1978: 76, 5
+ Last Tango In Paris (82, 2)

New York Port Authority
I Got It (Invictus) — 6 August 1977: 13, 6

Nick Lowe
I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass (Radar) — 18 March 1978: 28, 6

Nigel Martinez
Better Things To Come (State) — 5 August 1978: 26, 12

Nina Simone
Baltimore (CTI) — 12 August 1978: 63, 8

Nino Tempo & 5th Ave. Sax
(Hooked On) Young Stuff (A&M) — 2 June 1979: 45, 9

Nite School
Do You Speak French (Ensign) — 19 November 1977: 26, 9

Norma Jean
Saturday (Bearsville) — 5 August 1978: 27, 7

Norman Connors
Captain Connors (Arista) — 10 June 1978: 32, 14
+ Stella (32, 11) (listed as the lead track for all 11 weeks)

Nuggets
New York (Mercury) — 28 July 1979: 75, 5

Nytro
Nytro Express (Whitfield) — 21 April 1979: 29, 11

Odyssey
Native New Yorker (RCA) — 17 December 1977: 1 (1 week), 13

Ohio Players
Who’d She Coo (Mercury) — 17 July 1976: 9, 4
O-H-I-O (Mercury) — 27 August 1977: 15, 8
Jass-Ay-Lay-Dee / Funk-O-Nots (Mercury) — 19 August 1978: 53, 8
+ Shoot Your Shot (53, 5)

O’Jays
I Love Music (Philadelphia Int’l) — 20 December 1975: 17, 1 // 24 January 1976: 3, 10 // 25 March 1978: 21, 10
+ Love Train (21, 10) (1978 re-entry only)

Use Ta Be My Girl (Philadelphia Int’l) — 20 May 1978: 5, 18
Brandy (Philadelphia Int’l) — 23 September 1978: 59, 9
Sing A Happy Song (Philadelphia Int’l) — 6 October 1979: 23, 9

Olivia Newton-John
Hopelessly Devoted To You (RSO) — 25 November 1978: 70, 3

Ollie Baba
Stomp Your Feet / Give Me A Break (Polydor) — 11 November 1978: 84, 2
+ Do It Good (84, 1)

Olympic Runners
Keep It Up (RCA) — 20 August 1977: 7, 14

Solar Heat / Whatever It Takes (RCA) — 25 March 1978: 6, 17
(Solar Heat: 7, 14 / Whatever It Takes: 6, 11 – both charted separately and together during this run)

Get It While You Can (Polydor) — 21 October 1978: 16, 8
Sir Dancealot (Polydor) — 13 January 1979: 14, 10
The Bitch (Polydor) — 28 July 1979: 13, 12

One Way feat. Al Hudson
Music (MCA) — 27 October 1979: 11, 9 (still on the final chart)
+ I Am Under Your Spell (36, 3) / Come Dance With Me (36, 3) / Now That I Found You  (41, 2)

I Am Under Your Spell / Now That I Found You / Come Dance With Me (MCA) — 1 December 1979: 87, 1
See also Al Hudson

Originals
Blue Moon (Fantasy) — 3 March 1979: 90, 1

Osibisa
Sunshine Day (Bronze) — 31 January 1976: 7, 4
Dance The Body Music (Bronze) — 3 July 1976: 16, 2
The Warrior (Bronze) — 27 August 1977: 17, 5

Our Kid
You Just Might See Me Cry (Polydor) — 10 July 1976: 18, 1

Paradise Express
Dance (Fantasy) — 6 January 1979: 36, 12
+ Poinciana (36, 11)

Parliament
Give Up The Funk (Casablanca) — 20 March 1976: 19, 1 // 3 July 1976: 18, 2
Flash Light (Casablanca) — 8 April 1978: 29, 12
Aqua Boogie (Casablanca) — 13 January 1979: 68, 1

Passport
Loco-Motive (Atlantic) — 2 September 1978: 54, 5

Patrice Rushen
Haven’t You Heard (Elektra) — 24 November 1979: 45, 5 (still on the final chart)
+ Let The Music Take Me / Call On Me (45, 3)

Patrick Hernandez
Born To Be Alive (Gem) — 2 June 1979: 6, 20

Patrick Juvet
I Love America (Casablanca) — 15 July 1978: 6, 23
+ Got A Feeling (58, 6)

Got A Feeling (Casablanca) — 26 August 1978: 24, 10

Swiss Kiss (Casablanca) — 9 June 1979: 53, 17
+ Viva California (59, 7) / The Gay Paris (59, 4) / Lady Night (53, 5)

Patsy Gallant
From New York To L.A. (EMI) — 24 September 1977: 13, 6

Patti Smith
Because The Night (Arista) — 27 May 1978: 87, 1

Paul Davidson
Midnight Rider (Tropical) — 10 January 1976: 4, 6

Paulinho Da Costa
Déjà Vu (Pablo Today) — 18 August 1979: 5, 19 (still on the final chart)
+ Seeing Is Believing (33, 4) / Love Till The End Of Time (5, 18) / Take It On Up (27, 4)

Paul Jabara & Donna Summer
Shut Out (Casablanca) — 15 October 1977: 48, 1

Paul Nicholas
Dancing With The Captain (RSO) — 23 October 1976: 3, 7
Grandma’s Party (RSO) — 25 December 1976: 4, 5
Heaven On The 7th Floor (RSO) — 30 July 1977: 18, 1

Peaches & Herb
Shake Your Groove Thing (Polydor) — 16 December 1978: 9, 17
Reunited (Polydor) — 19 May 1979: 19, 10
We’ve Got Love / Four’s A Traffic Jam (Polydor) — 18 August 1979: 68, 3

Pearly Gates
Fandango Music (Bronze) — 16 June 1979: 57, 2

Peggy Scott
You’ve Got It All (Pinnacle) — 31 March 1979: 64, 5

People’s Choice
Do It Anyway You Wanna (Philadelphia Int’l) — 6 September 1975: 7, 12 (already on the first chart)
Here We Go Again (Philadelphia Int’l) — 7 August 1976: 15, 1
If You Gonna Do It (Philadelphia Int’l) — 11 June 1977: 32, 1
Jam, Jam, Jam (TSOP) — 10 September 1977: 43, 1 // 1 October 1977: 32, 6 // 14 January 1978: 11, 7

Peter Blake
Lipsmackin’ Rock ‘N Rollin’ (UA) — 22 October 1977: 43, 2

Peter Brown
Do You Wanna Get Funky With Me (TK) — 23 July 1977: 16, 2 // 11 February 1978: 10, 7
Dance With Me (TK) — 18 March 1978: 17, 21
You Should Do It (TK) — 14 October 1978: 74, 2
Crank It Up (TK) — 7 July 1979: 29, 10

Peter Frampton
Show Me The Way (A&M) — 26 June 1976: 9, 2
Signed, Sealed, Delivered (A&M) — 15 October 1977: 46, 1

Peter Jacques Band
Walking On Music (Prelude) — 24 March 1979: 65, 9
+ Fire Night Dance (76, 5)

Peter Tosh & Mick Jagger
(You Gotta Walk) Don’t Look Back (EMI) — 28 October 1978: 62, 5

Philadelphia All-Stars
Let’s Clean Up The Ghetto (Philadelphia Int’l) — 23 July 1977: 5, 11

Phil Hurtt
Giving It Back (Fantasy) — 2 September 1978: 10, 21
Boogie City (Fantasy) — 26 May 1979: 54, 9
+ P.H. Factor Boogie (54, 1)

Philly Cream
Sly-Hi (Fantasy/WMOT) — 27 January 1979: 76, 3
Jammin’ At The Disco (Fantasy/WMOT) — 31 March 1979: 20, 14
Motown Review (Fantasy) — 4 August 1979: 34, 9

Phil Upchurch
Strawberry Letter 23 (Marlin/TK) — 22 July 1978: 82, 1 // 19 August 1978: 82, 3
+ Free (82, 3)

Phreek
Weekend (Atlantic) — 23 December 1978: 48, 10
+ I’m A Big Freak (48, 7) / Everybody Loves A Good Thing (48, 7) / Much Too Much (89, 1) / Have A Good Day (66, 2)

Phyllis Hyman
You Know How To Love Me (Arista) — 1 December 1979: 37, 3 (still on the final chart)
+ Heavenly (44, 1) / Hold On (37, 2) / Under Your Spell (44, 1)

Pink Floyd
Money (Harvest) — 20 March 1976: 20, 1

Pioneers
Feel The Rhythm (Philips) — 27 March 1976: 11, 7

Plastic Bertrand
Ca Plane Pour Moi (Sire) — 27 May 1978: 62, 6

Platinum Hook
Standing On The Verge (Of Getting’ It On) (Motown) — 29 April 1978: 52, 18

Player
Baby Come Back (RSO) — 25 March 1978: 58, 1

Players Association
Disco Inferno (Vanguard) — 25 March 1978: 46, 20
+ I Like It (46, 15)

Turn The Music Up (LP) (Vanguard) — 3 February 1979: 14, 22
(Turn The Music Up (14, 5) / Ride The Groove (14, 20) / The Closer I Get To You (14, 11) / Everybody Dance (14, 22) / I Wish (14, 2) / More Than A Little Bit (14, 2))

Turn The Music Up (Vanguard) — 17 March 1979: 1 (4 weeks), 13

Pleasers
The Kids Are Alright (Arista) — 22 April 1978: 75, 2

Pluto Shervington
Dat (Opal) — 21 February 1976: 8, 3

Pockets
Come Go With Me (CBS) — 24 December 1977: 12, 6
In The Pocket (CBS) — 25 March 1978: 90, 1
Take It On Up (Columbia) — 9 September 1978: 51, 7
Catch Me (ARC) — 25 August 1979: 71, 6
+ Charisma (73, 2)

Pointer Sisters
Fire (Planet) — 21 April 1979: 83, 2
Happiness (Planet) — 26 May 1979: 56, 6

Positive Force
We Got The Funk (Turbo/Sugarhill) — 3 November 1979: 7, 8 (still on the final chart)

Poussez
Come On And Do It (Vanguard) — 14 April 1979: 37, 28
+ Boogie With Me (44, 15) / Never Gonna Say Goodbye (44, 10)

Pratt & McClain
Happy Days (Reprise) — 15 October 1977: 26, 4

Prince
Just As Long As We’re Together (Warner Bros.) — 13 May 1978: 60, 13

I Wanna Be Your Lover (Warner Bros.) — 10 November 1979: 21, 7 (still on the final chart)
+ Sexy Dancer (23, 5)

Sexy Dancer / Still Waiting (Warner Bros.) — 15 December 1979: 62, 2 (still on the final chart)

Prince Phillip Mitchell
Let’s Get Wet (Atlantic) — 19 May 1979: 80, 1

Procol Harum
A Whiter Shade Of Pale (Cube) — 3 December 1977: 47, 1

Pulse
The Warrior (Ipi Tombi) — 4 November 1978: 66, 3

Pussycat
Mississippi (Sonet) — 9 October 1976: 12, 4

Pussyfoot
Dancer Dance (EMI) — 20 May 1978: 80, 2

Quantum Jump
The Lone Ranger (Electric) — 23 June 1979: 47, 5

Quazar
Funk ‘N Roll (Arista) — 16 December 1978: 64, 8

Queen
Bohemian Rhapsody (EMI) — 13 December 1975: 8, 7
Somebody To Love (EMI) — 11 December 1976: 16, 2
We Are The Champions (EMI) — 12 November 1977: 35, 1
We Will Rock You (EMI) — 21 January 1978: 50, 1

Quincy Jones
Stuff Like That (A&M) — 8 July 1978: 2, 17

Racey
Lay Your Love On Me (Rak) — 23 December 1978: 26, 9
Some Girls (Rak) — 5 May 1979: 68, 1

Rachel Sweet
B-A-B-Y (Stiff) — 13 January 1979: 64, 2

Racing Cars
They Shoot Horses Don’t They (Chrysalis) — 26 February 1977: 19, 1

Raffaella Carra
Do It, Do It Again (Epic) — 25 March 1978: 32, 14
+ A Far L’Amore Comincia Tu (39, 1)

Rah Band
The Crunch (Good Earth) — 4 June 1977: 5, 15

Rahni Harris & F.L.O.
Six Million Steps (Inspirational Sounds/Mercury) — 14 October 1978: 6, 20

Rainbow
I Like It / Feel Like Makin’ Love (Inner City) — 20 January 1979: 68, 1

Ralph Carter
When You’re Young And In Love (Mercury) — 13 September 1975: 14, 4
Extra, Extra (Read All About It) (Mercury) — 31 January 1976: 9, 5

Ralph MacDonald
I Need Someone / East Dry River / Discolypso / You Are In Love (Marlin) — 7 July 1979: 55, 5
+ Always Something Missing (55, 2)

Ram Jam
Black Betty (Epic) — 17 September 1977: 16, 10

Ramones
Sheena Is A Punk Rocker (Sire) — 11 June 1977: 17, 2

R & J Stone
We Do It (RCA) — 24 January 1976: 14, 2

Ramsey Lewis
Spiderman (Columbia) — 6 December 1975: 19, 2

Spring High (CBS) — 20 August 1977: 49, 1 // 8 October 1977: 38, 1 // 5 November 1977: 50, 1

All The Way (Columbia) — 14 October 1978: 64, 7
+ Don’t Look Back / Moogin’ On (64, 6)

Spring High / All The Way Live (CBS) — 8 December 1979: 80, 2 (still on the final chart)
+ Tequila Mockingbird (81, 1)

Rare Earth
Warm Ride (Prodigal) — 8 July 1978: 59, 6

Rare Gems Odyssey
What Is Funk (Casablanca) — 13 May 1978: 39, 8

Raul De Souza
Sweet Lucy (Capitol) — 28 January 1978: 43, 1
Daisy Mae / Jump Street (Tower/Capitol) — 10 June 1978: 74, 6
Til Tomorrow Comes / Up And At It (Capitol) — 7 April 1979: 85, 3

Ray Charles
I Can See Clearly Now (London) — 21 January 1978: 40, 2

Raydio
Jack And Jill (Arista) — 4 February 1978: 12, 22
+ Get Down (17, 8)

Is This A Love Thing (Arista) — 18 March 1978: 42, 2 // 20 May 1978: 8, 17
+ Honey I’m Rich (49, 6)

Honey I’m Rich (Arista) — 16 September 1978: 35, 6

Rock On (Arista) — 21 April 1979: 30, 11 // 22 September 1979: 88, 1
+ Hot Stuff (30, 9) / You Can’t Change That (30, 10)

Real Thing
You To Me Are Everything (Pye) — 12 June 1976: 1 (1 week), 8
Can’t Get By Without You (Pye) — 11 September 1976: 2, 8
Whenever You Want My Love (Pye) — 25 February 1978: 18, 9
Let’s Go Disco (Pye) — 3 June 1978: 8, 10
Rainin’ Through My Sunshine (Pye) — 19 August 1978: 32, 7
Can You Feel The Force (Pye) — 16 December 1978: 3, 30
Boogie Down (Get Funky Now) (Pye) — 28 July 1979: 18, 10
Give Me Your Love (Pye) — 1 December 1979: 75, 4 (still on the final chart)
+ You Can’t Force The Funk (75, 3)

Regal Dewy
Love Music (RCA) — 8 April 1978: 26, 8

Reggie & The Orchies
Take Five (Electric) — 22 April 1978: 33, 7
+ Hang Glider (35, 5)

Ren Woods
Everybody Get Up / I Love The Way You Do It It (ARC) — 10 November 1979: 79, 4
+ Sticks And Stones (79, 1)

Richard Ace
Stayin’ Alive (Blue Inc.) — 25 November 1978: 42, 5
+ If I Can’t Have You (42, 2)

Richard Evans
Burning Spear / Do-Re-Me-For-Soul (Horizon) — 14 April 1979: 43, 12
+ Educated Funk (69, 1)

Richard Myhill
It Takes Two To Tango (Mercury) — 15 April 1978: 63, 2

Richard T. Bear
Sunshine Hotel (RCA) — 31 March 1979: 27, 13

Richard Tee
First Love / Strokin’ (Tappan Zee) — 28 April 1979: 55, 4 // 23 June 1979: 20, 9 (First Love only, as part of the Turn On The Tap EP)

Rick Dees
Disco Duck (RSO) — 18 September 1976: 1 (4 weeks), 11

Rick James
You And I (Gordy) — 13 May 1978: 2, 26
+ Sexy Lady (2, 16)

High On Your Love (Motown) — 17 February 1979: 35, 10
+ Bustin’ Out / Fool On The Street (35, 6)

Love Gun / Come Into My Life / Fire It Up (Gordy) — 24 November 1979: 82, 2

Righteous Brothers
You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ (Spector) — 12 November 1977: 47, 1

Rimshots
Do What You Feel (All Platinum) — 1 May 1976: 13, 3

Rinder & Lewis
Lust / Envy / Pride (Pye) — 27 May 1978: 65, 6

Ripple
The Beat Goes On And On (Salsoul) — 18 March 1978: 5, 16

Ritchie Family
Brazil (Polydor) — 6 September 1975: 5, 4 (already on the first chart)
Best Disco In Town (Polydor) — 18 September 1976: 2, 12
Quiet Village (Polydor) — 20 August 1977: 14, 7
American Generation (Mercury) — 24 February 1979: 65, 6
Put Your Feet To The Beat (Casablanca/Mercury) — 20 October 1979: 84, 7 (still on the final chart)
+ It’s A Man’s World / Bad Reputation (86, 1)

Ritz
Locomotion (Epic) — 4 August 1979: 83, 1

Roberta Flack & Donnie Hathaway
The Closer I Get To You (Atlantic) (as Flack & Hathaway) — 13 May 1978: 69, 2

Roberta Kelly
Zodiacs (Oasis) — 10 December 1977: 11, 12
Oh Happy Day / To My Father’s House / My Sweet Lord (Oasis) — 13 May 1978: 70, 8

Robin Beck
Sweet Talk (Mercury) — 13 October 1979: 29, 11 (still on the final chart)

Robin Sarstedt
My Resistance Is Low (Decca) — 12 June 1976: 17, 1

Rodney Franklin
I Like The Music Make It Hot (Columbia) — 11 November 1978: 49, 11

Rods
Do Anything You Wanna Do (Island) — 24 September 1977: 30, 3

Rod Stewart
Sailing (Warner Bros.) — 6 September 1975: 4, 7 (already on the first chart)
This Old Heart Of Mine (Riva) — 15 November 1975: 6, 5
It’s All Over Now (Vertigo) — 27 March 1976: 16, 1
Tonight’s The Night (Riva) — 3 July 1976: 10, 3
Get Back (Riva) — 27 November 1976: 6, 5
I Don’t Want To Talk About It (Riva) — 21 May 1977: 9, 4
First Cut Is The Deepest (Riva) — 28 May 1977: 14, 2
You’re In My Heart (Riva) — 29 October 1977: 16, 6
Hot Legs (Riva) — 4 February 1978: 14, 5
+ I Was Only Joking (14, 3)
Ole Ola (Riva) — 10 June 1978: 59, 2
Da Ya Think I’m Sexy (Riva) — 25 November 1978: 7, 14
Ain’t Love A Bitch (Riva) — 3 March 1979: 69, 1

Roger Collins
You Sexy Sugar Plum (Fantasy) — 17 April 1976: 5, 6

Rokotto
Boogie On Up (State) — 15 October 1977: 4, 10
Funk Theory (State) — 10 June 1978: 38, 8

Rose Royce
Car Wash (MCA) — 20 November 1976: 1 (3 weeks), 19
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (MCA) — 4 December 1976: 6, 7
I Wanna Get Next To You (MCA) — 14 May 1977: 18, 1
Do Your Dance (Whitfield) — 17 September 1977: 1 (1 week), 13
It Makes You Feel Like Dancin’ (Whitfield) — 1 October 1977: 16, 9 // 29 April 1978: 10, 11
In Full Bloom (all cuts) (Whitfield) — 29 October 1977: 20, 2

Wishing On A Star (Whitfield) — 4 February 1978: 7, 11
+ Funk Factory (7, 3)

Love Don’t Live Here Anymore (Whitfield) — 16 September 1978: 2, 12
+ Do It Do It (8, 7) / First Come First Serve (8, 3)

I’m In Love (Whitfield) — 14 October 1978: 40, 5 // 3 February 1978: 69, 4
+ First Come, First Serve (40, 5)

Rainbow Connection LP: (Whitfield) — 15 September 1979: 37, 7
Is It Love You’re After / What You Waitin’ For / Lock It Down / Pazazz / Bad Mother Funker (37, 7) / Wonder Where You Are Tonight (37, 6) / Shine Your Light (37, 5) / You Can’t Run From Yourself (37, 5)

Is It Love You’re After (Whitfield) — 24 November 1979: 18, 5 (still on the final chart)

Rolling Stones
Fool To Cry (Rolling Stones) — 5 June 1976: 14, 1
Miss You (EMI) — 24 June 1978: 13, 7

Ron Louis Smith
Party Freaks Come On (Sunshine Sound) — 27 January 1979: 90, 1

Ronnie Foster
Happy Song (Columbia) — 4 November 1978: 38, 7
+ Why Don’t You Look Inside (38, 4)

Argentina (Columbia) — 4 August 1979: 74, 6
+ Feet (78, 2) / Let Me Into Your Life (74, 5) / You’re The One 74, 3)

Ronnie Jones
Soul Sister (Mercury) — 4 June 1977: 17, 1 // 22 October 1977: 32, 2
Me And Myself (Lollipop) — 15 July 1978: 26, 11
Groovin’ / Me And Myself (Lollipop) — 14 October 1978: 65, 7 // 13 January 1979: 32, 8
+ Gimme Little Sign (65, 7)

Ronnie Laws
All For You / Nothin’ ‘Bout Nothin’ UA) — 3 February 1979: 55, 4

Ronn Matlock
Let Me Dance / Back Street / Love City (Cotillion) — 25 August 1979: 86, 2

Roundtree
Get On Up (Power Exchange) — 25 March 1978: 84, 1

Roxy Music
Love Is The Drug (Island) — 18 October 1975: 1 (3 weeks), 10
Both Ends Burning (Island) — 3 January 1976: 9, 6
Virginia Plain (Polydor) — 5 November 1977: 29, 3
Do The Strand (Polydor) — 11 February 1978: 46, 1
Dance Away (Polydor) — 26 May 1979: 17, 11
Angel Eyes (Polydor) — 18 August 1979: 13, 13

Roy Ayers / Roy Ayers Ubiquity / Ubiquity
Running Away (Polydor) (as Roy Ayers Ubiquity) — 24 September 1977: 13, 19

Freaky Deaky (Polydor) (as Roy Ayers) — 18 February 1978: 13, 10

Midnight After Dark (Elektra) (as Ubiquity) — 25 March 1978: 64, 3 // 10 June 1978: 42, 9
+ Starbooty (42, 8)

When Is Real Real / Sweet Tears (Polydor) (as Roy Ayers) — 8 April 1978: 56, 2

Can’t You See Me (Polydor) (as Roy Ayers) — 12 August 1978: 15, 17
+ Get On Up, Get On Down (15, 9) / You Send Me (27, 6)

Get On Up, Get On Down – Polydor (as Roy Ayers) — 14 October 1978: 6, 11

Heat Of The Beat – see Roy Ayers & Wayne Henderson

Fever / Love Will Bring Us Back Together (Polydor) (as Roy Ayers) — 2 June 1979: 40, 8

Don’t Stop The Feeling (Polydor) (as Roy Ayers) — 8 December 1979: 47, 3 (still on the final chart)

Roy Ayers & Wayne Henderson
Heat Of The Beat (Polydor) — 16 December 1978: 12, 12

Ruby Winters
I Will (Creole) — 24 December 1977: 21, 5

Rufus & Chaka
Masterjam LP (MCA) — 24 November 1979: 29, 5 (still on the final chart)
Do You Love What You Feel (29, 5) / Heaven Bound (32, 3) / Masterjam (32, 3) / Walk The Rockway (32, 3) / Body Heat (32, 3) / Any Love (32, 2) / Live In Me (32, 2)  / I’m Dancing For Your Love (32, 2)  / What Am I Missing? (32, 2)

See also Chaka Khan

Ruth Davis & Bo Kirkland
You’re Gonna Get Next To Me (EMI) — 11 June 1977: 7, 7

Saar Band
Magic Mandrake (Calendar) — 3 December 1977: 37, 7

Sailor
Glass Of Champagne (Epic) — 20 December 1975: 2, 8
Girls, Girls, Girls (Epic) — 27 March 1976: 8, 6

Salsoul Orchestra
Tangerine (Epic) — 27 March 1976: 17, 1
West Side Story (Salsoul) — 22 April 1978: 81, 3

Samantha Sang
Emotion (Private Stock) — 4 February 1978: 39, 6

Sam Cooke
Twistin’ The Night Away (RCA) — 3 January 1976: 11, 2

Samona Cooke
One Night Affair (Mercury) — 8 July 1978: 20, 11

Samuel Jonathan Johnson
You (Columbia) — 15 April 1978: 24, 18 (as Samuel Jonathan) // 9 September 1978: 38, 10 (remix, as Samuel Jonathan Johnson)
+ Just Us (24, 14)

Sandy Mercer
Now That You’re In (RCA) — 9 June 1979: 80, 2
+ Work That Body (80, 1)

Santa Esmeralda
Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood (Philips) — 22 October 1977: 5, 9

Santana
She’s Not There (CBS) — 12 November 1977: 42, 5
One Chain (CBS) — 10 February 1979: 79, 2

Sarah Brightman & Hot Gossip
I Lost My Heart To A Starship Trooper (Ariola Hansa) — 25 November 1978: 12, 12

Sarah Dash
Sinner Man (Kirshner) — 31 March 1979: 51, 5

Sassafras
Wheelin’ ‘N Dealin’ (Chrysalis) — 20 March 1976: 12, 2

Saturday Night Band
Come On Dance Dance (Prelude) — 29 April 1978: 3, 21

Savoy
Sunny Side Of The Street (EMI) — 4 August 1979: 45, 11

Scott Fitzgerald & Yvonne Keeley
If I Had Words (UA) — 4 February 1978: 37, 3

Sea Level
Fifty Four (Capricorn) — 9 December 1978: 30, 18

Selecter
On My Radio / Too Much Pressure (2-Tone) — 24 November 1979: 50, 5 (still on the final chart)

Sergio Mendes Brasil 88
I’ll Tell You (Elektra) — 13 October 1979: 52, 11 (still on the final chart)
+ A Dream Come True (58, 4) / Let It Go (58, 2) / Summer Dream (58, 2)

Sex Pistols
God Save The Queen (Virgin) — 11 June 1977: 29, 1
Pretty Vacant (Virgin) — 23 July 1977: 17, 4

Shadow
I Need Love / Love Lite / I Enjoy Ya (Elektra) — 17 November 1979: 59, 5
+ No Better Love (59, 3) / Say It Again (59, 2)

Shalamar
Uptown Festival (Soul Train) — 14 May 1977: 1 (1 week), 11

Take That To The Bank (Solar) — 7 October 1978: 6, 24

Right In The Socket (Solar) — 22 September 1979: 21, 14 (still on the final chart)
+ Right Time For Us (21, 9) / Second Time Around (21, 5) / I Owe You One (30, 4) / Girl (30, 2) / Let’s Find The Time For Love (42, 1)

Second Time Around (Solar) — 3 November 1979: 11, 8 (still on the final chart)

Shampoo
Harlem Hustle (Ensign) — 25 November 1978: 53, 7

Sharonettes
Broken Hearted Melody (Black Magic) — 13 March 1976: 14, 1

Sheila & B. Devotion
Singin’ In The Rain (Carrere) — 25 February 1978: 5, 17
You Light My Fire (Carrere) — 12 August 1978: 64, 3
Spacer / Don’t Go (Carrere) — 8 December 1979: 33, 3 (still on the final chart)

Sherbet
Howzat (Epic) — 16 October 1976: 11, 4

Shirley Ellis
The Clapping Song (MCA) — 22 July 1978: 69, 3

Showaddywaddy
Under The Moon Of Love (Bell) — 27 November 1976: 1 (3 weeks), 9
When (Arista) — 19 March 1977: 4, 7
You Got What It Takes (Arista) — 13 August 1977: 6, 6
Dancin’ Party (Arista) — 19 November 1977: 6, 9
I Wonder Why (Arista) — 25 March 1978: 26, 6
A Little Bit Of Soap (Arista) — 29 July 1978: 78, 1

Showdown
Keep Doin’ It (State) — 29 October 1977: 23, 9

Side Effect
Disco Junction (Fantasy) — 14 April 1979: 38, 6

Silver Convention
Fly Robin Fly (Magnet) — 8 November 1975: 2, 10
Get Up And Boogie (Magnet) — 17 April 1976: 1 (5 weeks), 12
No, No, Joe (Magnet) — 10 July 1976: 14, 1

Sine
Just Let Me Do My Thing (Prelude) — 25 March 1978: 6, 22
+ Chimi (40, 6)

Sir John Roberts
Ain’t Nothing Like Making Love / Disco Power / Sophisticated Funk / Make Love To The Music (Venture) — 1 December 1979: 90, 1

Sister Sledge
He’s The Greatest Dancer (TK/Cotillion/Atlantic) — 10 February 1979: 2, 19
+ We Are Family (2, 9)

We Are Family (Atlantic/Cotillion) — 19 May 1979: 4, 18

Lost In Music (Atlantic) — 18 August 1979: 7, 14

Skyy
First Time Around (Salsoul) — 21 April 1979: 29, 23
+ Let’s Get Up (29, 9) / This Groove Is Bad (29, 11) / Disco Dancin’ (40, 6)

Slade
Merry Xmas Everybody (Polydor) — 8 January 1977: 19, 1
Give Us A Goal (Barn) — 25 March 1978: 76, 1 // 22 April 1978: 86, 1

Slave
Slide / Son Of Slide (Cotillion) — 11 June 1977: 24, 1
You And Me (Cotillion) — 2 July 1977: 20, 1 // 16 July 1977: 16, 1 // 20 August 1977: 26, 1
Stellar Fungk (Cotillion) — 26 August 1978: 43, 6
Just A Touch Of Love / Are You Ready For Love / Funky Lady (Cotillion) — 1 December 1979: 40, 4 (still on the final chart)
+ Roots (75, 1) / Shine (40, 3)

Slick
Space Bass (Fantasy) — 19 May 1979: 1 (1 week), 22
Sexy Cream (Fantasy) — 1 September 1979: 12, 13

Slik
Forever & Ever (Bell) — 21 February 1976: 17, 2

Sly & The Family Stone
Dance To The Music (Epic) — 3 November 1979: 28, 8 (still on the final chart)
+ Everyday People / Stand (43, 2)

Sly Dunbar
Rasta Fiesta (Virgin Front Line) — 13 October 1979: 70, 4

Small Faces
Itchycoo Park (NEMS) — 3 January 1976: 14, 5

Smokey Robinson
Tears Of A Clown (Tamla Motown) (& The Miracles) — 23 October 1976: 17, 2
Vitamin U (Motown) — 20 August 1977: 20, 6
Theme From Big Time (Motown) — 1 October 1977: 10, 6
Get Ready (Motown) — 14 July 1979: 49, 7

Smokie
Living Next Door To Alice (Rak) — 22 January 1977: 20, 1
Needles And Pins (Rak) — 22 October 1977: 17, 6

Solar Flare
Boogie Fund (RCA) — 19 August 1978: 40, 15

Sonny Rollins
Harlem Boys (Milestone) — 24 November 1979: 64, 2

Sound 9418
In The Mood (UK) — 31 January 1976: 5, 5

Southroad Connection
You Like It, We Love It (Mahogany) — 25 February 1978: 37, 6

Space
Magic Fly (Pye) – 13 August 1977: 1 (4 weeks), 12
Tango In Space / Carry On, Turn Me On (Pye) — 10 September 1977: 18, 5

Sparks
Beat The Clock (Virgin) — 11 August 1979: 37, 6

Specials
Gangsters (2-Tone) — 6 October 1979: 86, 1
A Message To You Rudy (2-Tone) — 1 December 1979: 68, 3 (still on the final chart)
+ Nite Klub (68, 1)

Splendor
All Night Long (Columbia) — 19 May 1979: 73, 3
+ Take Me To Your Disco (73, 1)

Spyro Gyra
Shaker Song (Amherst) — 10 June 1978: 64, 7 // 20 October 1979: 53, 5
Morning Dance (Amherst/Infinity) — 28 April 1979: 7, 25
+ Starburst (30, 14) / Heliopolis (49, 8) / It Doesn’t Matter (49, 7) / Jubilee (49, 7)

Squeeze
Take Me I’m Yours (A&M) — 29 April 1978: 49, 2

Stanley Clarke
More Hot Fun (Epic) — 20 May 1978: 37, 10
Just A Feeling (Epic) — 8 September 1979: 60, 11
+ Together Again (62, 1)

Stanley Turrentine
Disco Dancin’ (Fantasy) — 23 September 1978: 24, 17
+ Feel The Fire (42, 5)

Take Me Home / Betcha / Love Is The Answer (Elektra) — 1 September 1979: 76, 3

Stargard
Which Way Is Up (MCA) — 14 January 1978: 1 (4 weeks), 19
+ Love Is So Easy (15, 3)

What You Waitin’ For (MCA) — 26 August 1978: 9, 13

Wear It Out (Warner Bros.) — 13 October 1979: 24, 11 (still on the final chart)

Starland Vocal Band
Afternoon Delight (RCA) — 21 August 1976: 19, 1

Status Quo
Rain (Vertigo) — 6 March 1976: 7, 4
Mystery Song (Vertigo) — 7 August 1976: 14, 4
Wild Side Of Life (Vertigo) — 25 December 1976: 3, 8
Rockin’ All Over The World (Vertigo) — 22 October 1977: 4, 13

Steel Pulse
Ku Klux Klan (Island) — 25 March 1978: 22, 9
Prodigal Son (Island) — 5 August 1978: 86, 2

Steely Dan
Do It Again (ABC) — 13 September 1975: 19, 1

Stephanie Mills
Whatcha Gonna Do With My Lovin’ / Put Your Body In It (20th Century) — 5 May 1979: 22, 23
(Whatcha Gonna Do With My Lovin’ (22, 21) / Put Your Body In It (22, 22))
+ Don’t Stop Dancin’ (29, 9) / Feel The Fire (29, 6)

Sterling
Roll-Her, Skater (Motown) — 6 October 1979: 71, 6

Steve Gibbons Band
Tulane (Polydor) — 20 August 1977: 16, 5

Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel
Here Comes The Sun (EMI) — 21 August 1976: 16, 2

Steve Miller Band
Rock ‘N Me (Mercury) — 20 November 1976: 10, 5
Swingtown (Mercury) — 4 February 1978: 42, 2

Stevie Wonder
Isn’t She Lovely (Motown) — 30 October 1976: 1 (1 week), 19
I Wish (Motown) — 25 December 1976: 1 (3 weeks), 12
Sir Duke (Motown) — 19 March 1977: 1 (2 weeks), 11
Another Star (Motown) — 10 September 1977: 7, 7
Send One Your Love (Motown) — 24 November 1979: 39, 5 (still on the final chart)

Sticky Fingers
Sticky Fingers (all cuts) (Prelude) — 24 March 1979: 73, 5

Stix Hooper
Cordon Bleu (MCA) — 13 October 1979: 8, 11 (still on the final chart)
+ Brazos River Breakdown (14, 5) / Rum Or Tequila (14, 4) / Little Drummer Boy (14, 2)

Storm
It’s My House (Scope) — 8 December 1979: 79, 2 (still on the final chart)

Stranglers
Peaches (UA) — 11 June 1977: 20, 1
No More Heroes (UA) — 15 October 1977: 37, 4

Stretch
Why Did You Do It (Anchor) — 22 November 1975: 3, 7

Stylistics
I Can’t Give You Anything (Avco) — 6 September 1975: 1 (1 week), 6 (already on the first chart)
Na Na Is The Saddest Word (Avco) — 13 December 1975: 20, 1 // 3 January 1976: 17, 1
Funky Weekend (Avco) — 28 February 1976: 4, 7
Can’t Help Falling In Love (Avco) – 15 May 1976: 3, 5
$7000 And You (H&L) — 2 April 1977: 11, 1

Sugar
Manhattan Fever (Power Exchange) — 5 August 1978: 87, 2

Sugar Cane
Montego Bay (Ariola Hansa) — 2 September 1978: 26, 13

Sugarhill Gang
Rapper’s Delight (Sugarhill) — 20 October 1979: 1 (1 week), 10 (still on the final chart)

Sun
Sun Is Here (Capitol) — 8 April 1978: 18, 20
+ Dance (18, 11)

Radiation Level (Capitol) — 30 June 1979: 73, 5

Supermax
World Of Today (Atlantic) — 14 October 1978: 85, 1

Sutherland Brothers & Quiver
Arms Of Mary (CBS) — 15 May 1976: 12, 4

Suzi Quatro
If You Can’t Give Me Love (Rak) — 8 April 1978: 50, 4

Sweet Talks
Do The Beat (Mercury) — 17 March 1979: 49, 5

Sweet Thunder
Everybody’s Singin’ Love Songs (Fantasy/WMOT) — 22 July 1978: 14, 16

Switch
We Like To Party  . . . Come On (Gordy) — 2 September 1978: 69, 4 // 18 November 1978: 79, 1 // 10 February 1979: 56, 6
+ There’ll Never Be (56, 5) / I Wanna Be Closer (56, 5)

Best Beat In Town (Gordy/Motown) — 16 June 1979: 89, 1 // 14 July 1979: 49, 6
+ Next To You / Fallin’ (89, 1)

Sylvester
You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) (Fantasy) — 15 July 1978: 1 (6 weeks), 31
+ Dance (Disco Heat) (2, 9)

Dance (Disco Heat) (Fantasy) — 23 September 1978: 3, 24

I (Who Have Nothing) (Fantasy) — 31 March 1979: 20, 6

Stars (Fantasy) — 14 July 1979: 42, 8
+ Body Strong (42, 6)

Can’t Stop Dancing / In My Fantasy (Fantasy) — 22 December 1979: 73, 1 (still on the final chart)

Taka Boom
Night Dancin’ (Ariola) — 19 May 1979: 44, 14

Tamiko Jones
Can’t Live Without Your Love (Polydor) — 15 September 1979: 13, 11

Tasha Thomas
Shoot Me With Your Love (Orbit) — 11 November 1978: 36, 17

Tata Vega
Get It Up For Love (Motown) — 24 March 1979: 10, 20
+ Come On Try My Love (34, 3) / I Just Keep Thinking About You Baby (10. 9)

Tavares
It Only Takes A Minute (Capitol) — 4 October 1975: 15, 1
Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel (Capitol) — 17 July 1976: 2, 12
Don’t Take Away The Music (Capitol) — 16 October 1976: 1 (4 weeks), 14
Mighty Power Of Love (Capitol) — 19 February 1977: 8, 3
Whodunnit (Capitol) — 23 April 1977: 5, 9
One Step Away (Capitol) — 16 July 1977: 14, 1// 20 August 1977: 40, 1
I Wanna See You Soon (Capitol) — 5 November 1977: 47, 1
The Ghost Of Love / Bein’ With You (Capitol) — 18 March 1978: 21, 8
More Than A Woman (RSO) — 22 April 1978: 9, 15
Slow Train To Paradise (Capitol) — 12 August 1978: 62, 3

T-Connection
Do What You Wanna Do (TK) — 11 June 1977: 3, 12
On Fire (Dash/TK) — 24 December 1977: 9, 10
Let Yourself Go (TK) — 6 May 1978: 37, 13

Saturday Night (Dash) — 13 January 1979: 7, 27
+ At Midnight (58, 4) / Funkannection (58, 7) / Funky Lady (58, 7) / Midnight Train (58, 4)

At Midnight (TK) — 10 February 1979: 23, 11

Teddy Pendergrass
I Don’t Love You Anymore (Philadelphia Int’l) — 20 August 1977: 50, 1

Close The Door / Get Up, Get Down, Get Funky, Get Loose (Philadelphia Int’l) — 15 July 1978: 82, 2

Only You (Philadelphia Int’l) — 22 July 1978: 16, 26
+ Close The Door (16, 15) / Life Is A Song Worth Singing (26, 3)

Turn Off The Lights (Philadelphia Int’l) — 25 August 1979: 53, 8
+ Come Go With Me (53, 5) / Life Is A Circle (61, 3) / Do Me (61, 1) / If You Know Like I Do (64, 2)

Tee Cees
Disco Love Bite (DJM) — 25 March 1978: 57, 4

Teena Marie
I’m A Sucker For Your Love (Gordy/Motown) — 19 May 1979: 4, 22
+ Don’t Look Back (18, 6) (listed as the lead track for all 6 weeks)

Don’t Look Back (Motown) — 27 October 1979: 70, 5

Teri DeSario
Ain’t Nothing Gonna Keep Me From You (Casablanca) — 26 August 1978: 61, 8

Terry Callier
Sign Of The Times (Elektra) — 23 June 1979: 39, 13
+ Do It Again / Still Water (70, 6)

Thelma Houston
Don’t Leave Me This Way (Motown) — 5 February 1977: 2, 9
I’m Here Again (Motown) — 26 November 1977: 20, 2
Saturday Night, Sunday Morning (Motown) — 3 February 1979: 43, 9

Theo Vaness
As Long As It’s Love (Epic) — 16 June 1979: 73, 4

Thin Lizzy
Boys Are Back In Town (Vertigo) — 26 June 1976: 11, 5
Dancing In The Moonlight (Vertigo) — 10 September 1977: 46, 1

Third World
Now That We Found Love (Island) — 9 September 1978: 2, 16
Cool Meditation (Island) — 6 January 1979: 45, 9
Talk To Me (Island) — 23 June 1979: 83, 4

Three Degrees
Giving Up, Giving In (Ariola) — 14 October 1978: 16, 13
Woman In Love (Ariola) — 20 January 1979: 24, 10
The Runner (Ariola) — 7 April 1979: 8, 10
Jump The Gun (Ariola) — 13 October 1979: 49, 7
My Simple Heart (Ariola) — 8 December 1979: 41, 3 (still on the final chart)

Timmy Thomas
Freak In Freak Out (TK) — 4 November 1978: 49, 10

Tina Charles
You Set My Heart On Fire (CBS) — 8 November 1975: 17, 1 // 20 December 1975: 10, 1
I Love To Love (CBS) — 21 February 1976: 1 (6), 11
Love Me Like A Lover (CBS) — 15 May 1976: 6, 7
Dance Little Lady Dance (CBS) — 18 September 1976: 5, 9
Dr. Love (CBS) — 25 December 1976: 5, 8
Love Bug / Sweets For My Sweet (CBS) — 15 October 1977: 14, 8
I’ll Go Where Your Music Takes Me (CBS) — 8 April 1978: 43, 3

Tom Browne
What’s Going On / Throw Down / The Closer I Get To You (Arista/GRP) — 21 July 1979: 73, 5 // 6 October 1979: 76, 3
+ Herbal Scent (73, 7)

Tommy Hunt
Loving On The Losing Side (Spark) — 18 September 1976: 14, 1 // 2 October 1976: 14, 2 // 23 October 1976: 19, 1

Tom Robinson Band
2-4-6-8 Motorway (EMI) — 29 October 1977: 1 (4 weeks), 12

Tonight
Drummer Man (TDS) — 18 February 1978: 33, 2

Tony Etoria
I Can Prove It (GTO) — 30 April 1977: 5, 13

Tony Rallo & The Midnite Band
Holdin’ On (Casablanca) — 8 December 1979: 71, 3 (still on the final chart)
+ Travellin’ / Flights Of My Mind (71, 1)

Touch Of Class
I’m In Heaven (GTO) — 11 June 1977: 36, 1

Tower Of Power
Lovin’ You Is Gonna See Me Thru (Columbia) — 29 April 1978: 27, 13
+ We Came To Play (27, 4)

Trade Mark
Days Of Pearly Spencer (RSO) — 8 July 1978: 51, 6

Trammps
Hold Back The Night (Buddah) — 18 October 1975: 3, 9
Hooked For Life (Atlantic) — 10 January 1976: 10, 3
Where The Happy People Go (Atlantic) — 20 March 1976: 8, 9
Soul Searching Time (Atlantic) — 14 August 1976: 16, 1
Disco Inferno (Atlantic) — 26 March 1977: 11, 2 // 28 May 1977: 4, 6 // 6 May 1978: 11, 23
The Night The Lights Went Out (Atlantic) — 4 February 1978: 39, 1

T. Rex
I Love To Boogie (EMI) — 10 July 1976: 10, 4

Trussel
Love Injection (Elektra) — 8 December 1979: 37, 3 (still on the final chart)

Tuxedo Junction
Chattanooga Choo Choo (Butterfly) — 6 May 1978: 82, 2

Twennynine feat. Lenny White
Citi Dancin’ / Betta / Best Of Friends (Elektra) — 22 September 1979: 76, 5
+ Peanut Butter (76, 4) / Morning Sunrise (76, 3)

Two Man Sound
Que Tal America (Miracle) — 2 December 1978: 13, 21

Tymes
God’s Gonna Punish You (RCA) — 6 December 1975: 11, 4

Typically Tropical
Barbados (Gull) — 6 September 1975: 6, 2 (already on the first chart)

Tyrone Davis
Get On Up (US Columbia) — 13 May 1978: 88, 1

Tyrone David
Mind Blowing Decisions (D-Roy) — 12 August 1978: 48, 9

Ubiquitysee Roy Ayers Ubiquity

Uncle Louie
Full Tilt Boogie (Marlin) — 5 May 1979: 62, 16

Uncle Sam
Oh Pretty Woman (Ariola) — 25 March 1978: 70, 4

Undisputed Truth
You + Me = Love (Warner Bros.) — 16 October 1976: 17, 1 // 15 January 1977: 11, 4

Universal Robot Band
Freak With Me (Red Greg) — 22 April 1978: 71, 5

USA-European Connection
Come Into My Heart (CBS) — 24 June 1978: 90, 1

Van McCoy
The Hustle (Avco) (as Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony) — 6 September 1975: 9, 3 (already on the first chart)
Change With The Times (Avco) — 1 November 1975: 8, 5
Soul Cha Cha (H&L)  — 15 January 1977: 12, 6
The Shuffle (H&L) — 9 April 1977: 3, 14
My Favourite Fantasy (MCA) — 29 July 1978: 70, 3
The Hustle (remix) (H&L) — 29 September 1979: 20, 9

Various Artists
Thank God It’s Friday (all cuts) (Casablanca) — 20 May 1978: 37, 11
Turn On The Tap (all cuts) (Tappan Zee) — 23 June 1979: 20, 9

Veda Brown
Shortstopping (Stax) — 25 March 1978: 86, 1

Velvelettes
Needle In A Haystack (Motown) — 9 December 1978: 81, 1

Vernon Burch
Get Up / Never Can Find The Way / For You / Sammy Joanne (Chocolate City) — 3 November 1979: 90, 1

Vicki Sue Robinson
Turn The Beat Around / Hold Tight (RCA) — 5 November 1977: 16, 6

Village People
San Francisco (Casablanca) — 1 October 1977: 2, 17
+ Hollywood / Fire Island (2, 9)

Macho Man (DJM) — 15 April 1978: 40, 8 // 23 December 1978: 40, 9
+ San Francisco (40, 9) (December re-entry only)

Just A Gigolo / Key West (DJM) — 19 August 1978: 82, 1

YMCA (Casablanca) — 4 November 1978: 1 (8 weeks), 21

I’m A Cruiser / My Roommate (Mercury) — 20 January 1979: 28, 9
+ The Women (31, 3) / Hot Cop (31, 7) / Ups And Downs (31, 5)

In The Navy (Mercury) — 24 March 1979: 5, 10

Go West (Mercury) — 2 June 1979: 25, 11
+ I Wanna Shake Your Hand (36, 4)

Vince Taylor
Brand New Cadillac (Chiswick) — 1 May 1976: 13, 1

Viola Wills
Gonna Get Along Without You Now (Ariola Hansa) — 20 October 1979: 17, 10 (still on the final chart)

Voyage
From East To West (GTO) — 8 April 1978: 7, 27
+ Point Zero / Orient Express / Scotch Machine (7, 24) / Bayou Village / Latin Odyssey / Lady America (7, 22)

Point Zero (GTO) — 16 September 1978: 84, 2

Souvenirs (GTO) — 25 November 1978: 30, 10
+ Lady America / Tahiti Tahiti (30, 6)

Let’s Fly Away (GTO) — 14 April 1979: 70, 4

Walter Murphy & The Big Apple Band
A Fifth Of Beethoven (Private Stock) — 19 June 1976: 12, 5 // 15 July 1978: 63, 4
California Strut (Private Stock) — 17 July 1976: 12, 1

War
Low Rider (Island) — 31 January 1976: 4, 6
Me And Baby Brother (Island) — 3 July 1976: 4, 7
Galaxy (MCA) — 10 December 1977: 3, 24
+ Hey Senorita (29, 3)
Youngblood (UA) — 5 August 1978: 29, 7 // 23 December 1978: 42, 8
Good Good Feelin’ (MCA) — 21 April 1979: 21, 17
The World Is A Ghetto (MCA) — 8 December 1979: 31, 3 (still on the final chart)

Wardell Piper
Captain Boogie (Midsong) — 3 March 1979: 28, 12

Wayne Henderson
Hot Stuff (Polydor) — 28 October 1978: 86, 1
Heat Of The Beat – see Roy Ayers & Wayne Henderson
Dancin’ Love Affair (Polydor) — 20 October 1979: 36, 10 (still on the final chart)
+ I Want Cha To Dance (62, 3)

Whirlwind
Hang Loose (Chiswick) — 8 April 1978: 74, 3

Whispers
Make It With You (Soul Train) — 15 October 1977: 12, 7
Headlights / All The Way (RCA) — 29 July 1978: 44, 5

The Who
Squeeze Box (Polydor) — 28 February 1976: 5, 3
Substitute (Polydor) — 27 November 1976: 20, 1

Wilbert Longmire
Black Is The Color (Tappan Zee/CBS) — 12 August 1978: 19, 19 // 23 June 1979: 20, 9 (as part of the Turn On The Tap EP)
+ Lovely Day (19, 6) / Good Morning (19, 4)

Wild Cherry
Play That Funky Music (Epic) — 2 October 1976: 2, 15

Willie Bobo
Always There (Columbia) — 11 November 1978: 84, 1 // 2 December 1978: 53, 10
+ Keep That Same Old Feeling (84, 1)

Palos / Reason For Livin’ (Columbia) — 29 September 1979: 81, 1

Willie Hutch
Come On And Dance With Me (Whitfield) — 17 March 1979: 81, 1

Wilton Felder
Let’s Dance Together (ABC) — 2 December 1978: 30, 14

Wings
Silly Love Songs (EMI) — 5 June 1976: 4, 7
Let ‘Em In (Parlophone) — 28 August 1976: 9, 5
Mull Of Kintyre (Parlophone) — 3 December 1977: 3, 10
With A Little Luck (Parlophone) — 29 April 1978: 52, 1
Goodnight Tonight (Parlophone) — 5 May 1979: 42, 6

Winifred Shaw
Lullaby Of Broadway (United Artists) — 21 August 1976: 17, 1

Winners
Get On Up And Do It / Get Ready For The Future (UA/Roadshow) — 15 July 1978: 56, 6
+ Hey You (62, 4) / Eternal Revenue (68, 1)

Wizzard
I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day (Harvest) — 8 January 1977: 18, 1

Wurzels
Combine Harvester (EMI) — 5 June 1976: 12, 3
I’m A Cider Drinker (EMI) — 25 September 1976: 14, 2

Yellow Dog
Just One More Night (Virgin) — 18 February 1978: 22, 8

Yvonne Elliman
Love Me (RSO) — 18 December 1976: 16, 2
If I Can’t Have You (RSO) — 6 May 1978: 7, 12

Yvonne Fair
It Should Have Been Me (Tamla Motown) — 21 February 1976: 7, 3

Zulema
Change (London/Le Joint) — 6 January 1979: 63, 8