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Oct 03, 2017 at 10:16 AM
RADIO AND RECORDS (USA) MAGAZINE'S (DUCKHEAD/popradiotop20.com) TOP POP SINGLES OF 1977*

Pos.-Title?Artist-Label-Peak Month 
  1 YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE-DEBBY BOONE-OCTOBER
  2 HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE-BEE GEES-November
  3 I JUST WANT TO BE YOUR EVERYTHING-ANDY GIBB-August
  4 UNDERCOVER ANGEL-ALAN O'DAY-June
  5 WHEN I NEED YOU-LEO SAYER-April
  6 DREAMS-FLEETWOOD MAC-May
  7 HOTEL CALIFORNIA-EAGLES-May
  8 LOVE THEME FROM A STAR IS BORN (EVERGREEN)-Barbra Streisand-February
  9 RICH GIRL-Daryl Hall & John Oates-March
 10 STAR WARS THEME/CANTINA BAND-Meco-September
 11 Best Of My Love-Emotions-August
 12 I'm In You-Peter Frampton-July
 13 Blinded By The Light-Manfred Mann's Earth Band-January
 14 Nobody Does It Better-Carly Simon-October
 15 Torn Between Two Lovers-Mary MacGregor-February
 16 (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher & Higher-Rita Coolidge-July
 17 Don't Stop-Fleetwood Mac-September
 18 New Kid In Town-Eagles-February
 19 Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue-Crystal Gayle-November
 20 Looks Like We Made It-Barry Manilow-July
 21 Don't Give Up On Us-David Soul-April
 22 Baby Come Back-Player-December
 23 Sir Duke-Stevie Wonder-May
 24 Handy Man-James Taylor-August
 25 Boogie Nights-Heatwave-October
 26 Southern Nights-Glen Campbell-April
 27 Keep It Comin' Love-K.C. & The Sunshine Band-September
 28 The Things We Do For Love-10cc-March
 29 I'm Your Boogie Man-K.C. & The Sunshine Band-May
 30 Blue Bayou-Linda Ronstadt-December
 31 We're All Alone-Rita Coolidge-October
 32 Da Doo Ron Ron-Shaun Cassidy-July
 33 Fly Like An Eagle-Steve Miller Band-February
 34 Year Of The Cat-Al Stewart-February
 35 Lonely Boy-Andrew Gold-June
 36 Jet Airliner-Steve Miller Band-June
 37 Dancing Queen-Abba-March
 38 Cold As Ice-Foreigner-September
 39 You Make Loving Fun-Fleetwood Mac-December
 40 Gonna Fly Now (Theme From 'Rocky')-Bill Conti-June
 41 Night Moves-Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band-February
 42 So In To You-Atlanta Rhythm Section-April
 43 Car Wash-Rose Royce-January
 44 Telephone Line-Electric Light Orchestra-September
 45 Lido Shuffle-Boz Scaggs-April
 46 Baby What A Big Surprise-Chicago-November
 47 I Wish-Stevie Wonder-January
 48 It's So Easy-Linda Ronstadt-December
 49 Carry On Wayward Son-Kansas-March
 50 I Feel Love-Donna Summer-October
 51 That's Rock N Roll-Shaun Cassidy-September
 52 Couldn't Get It Right-Climax Blues Band-May
 53 Right Time Of The Night-Jennifer Warnes-April
 54 Don't Leave Me This Way-Thelma Houston-April
 55 You Made Me Believe In Magic-Bay City Rollers-July
 56 Easy-Commodores-August
 57 Go Your Own Way-Fleetwood Mac-March
 58 Whatcha Gonna Do-Pablo Cruise-July
 59 Swayin' To The Music-Johnny Rivers-September
 60 On & On-Stephen Bishop-September
 61 Barracuda-Heart-August
 62 Just Remember I Love You-Firefall-November
 63 Sentimental Lady-Bob Welch-December
 64 Margaritaville-Jimmy Buffett-July
 65 Weekend In New England-Barry Manilow-February
 66 Strawberry Letter 23-Brothers Johnson-September
 67 Life In The Fast Lane-Eagles-June
 68 Here You Come Again-Dolly Parton-December
 69 Walk This Way-Aerosmith-January
 70 Feels Like The First Time-Foreigner-May
 71 Do You Wanna Make Love-Peter McCann-July
 72 Heaven On The 7th Floor-Paul Nicholas-October
 73 I've Got Love On My Mind-Natalie Cole-April
 74 Dazz-Brick-January
 75 (Every Time I Turn Around) Back In Love Again-L.T.D.-December
 76 You And Me-Alice Cooper-August
 77 Lost Without Your Love-Bread-January
 78 Your Smiling Face-James Taylor-November
 79 Got To Give It Up (Part 1)-Marvin Gaye-June
 80 Smoke From A Distant Fire-Sanford/Townsend Band-August
 81 Swingtown-Steve Miller Band-November
 82 Angel In Your Arms-Hot-May
 83 I Like Dreamin'-Kenny Nolan-February
 84 I Wanna Get Next To You-Rose Royce-April
 85 Isn't It Time-The Babys-November
 86 How Much Love-Leo Sayer-August
 87 Just A Song Before I Go-Crosby,Stills and Nash-August
 88 Enjoy Yourself-Jacksons-February
 89 Brick House-Commodores-October
 90 Maybe I'm Amazed-Paul McCartney & Wings-March
 91 Lucille-Kenny Rogers-May
 92 Knowing Me,Knowing You-Abba-July
 93 My Heart Belongs To Me-Barbra Streisand-July
 94 Signed Sealed Delivered (I'm Yours)-Peter Frampton-October
 95 Foreplay/Long Time-Boston-March
 96 Calling Dr. Love-Kiss-April
 97 Jungle Love-Steve Miller Band-September
 98 Heard It In A Love Song-Marshall Tucker Band-June
 99 She Did It-Eric Carmen-October
100 It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down-Barry White-November
101 We Just Disagree-Dave Mason-November
102 Float On-Floaters-August
103 Tryin' To Love Two-William Bell-April-January
104 Somebody To Love-Queen
105 Christine Sixteen-Kiss-August
106 It?s Sad To Belong-England Dan & John Ford Coley-July
107 Daybreak-Barry Manilow-November
108 Black Betty-Ram Jam-August
109 Boogie Child-Bee Gees-February
110 The Way I Feel Tonight-Bay City Rollers-December
111 Hey Deanie-Shaun Cassidy-December
112 Hard Luck Woman-Kiss-February
113 Crackerbox Palace-George Harrison-March
114A Can't Stop Dancing-Captain & Tennille-April
114B Don't Worry Baby-B.J. Thomas-October
116 Jeans On-David Dundas-January
117 Send In The Clowns-Judy Collins-November
118A Dancin' Man-Q-April
118B Give A Little Bit-Supertramp-August
120A High School Dance-Sylvers-June
120B The First Cut Is The Deepest-Rod Stewart-March
120C Runaround Sue-Leif Garrett-December
123 Gone Too Far-England Dan & John Ford Coley-December
124A Hello Stranger-Yvonne Elliman-May 
124B Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow-Tom Jones-April
124C Your Love-Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr.-April
* As published in the December 23rd,1977 issue of Radio And Records Magazine

 
* As published in the December 17th,1976 issue of Radio And Records Magazine


*Here is how Duckhead calculated this chart from Radio and Record charts.

Points
Points for the yearly charts are calculated using inverse points from the weekly charts.
Each week, the # 1 song gets 20 points, the # 2 song gets 19 points, # 3 gets 18, and so on.
The # 20 song gets 1 point.
Each song's points are added up for each week to reach the total.
A song's entire chart run will be used for the yearly chart.
Songs appear on the yearly chart corresponding to the year they peak on the weekly charts.
Tie-Breakers
For songs that tie in points on the yearly charts, the following tie-breakers are used:
1. Most weeks at # 1
2. Most weeks at # 2
3. Most weeks at # 3
4. Most weeks at # 4
5. Etc.
If songs remain tied after all 20 tie-breakers, then they will be listed as tied on the yearly chart.
Tied songs appear in alphabetical order, and are marked by letters, for example: 99A and 99B.

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