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EdisonLite
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Posted: 11 March 2023 at 6:14pm | IP Logged Quote EdisonLite

Was the AT40 Top 100 of 1977 different from Billboard's that year?
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Looks like Debbie Boone did appear on the year end AT40
chart for 1977 at #51.

http://www.hbr3.sakura.ne.jp/at40/1977.htm



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eriejwg wrote:
Looks like Debbie Boone did appear on the year end AT40
chart for 1977 at #51.


My memory only had it off by 2 positions. Not bad considering I heard that
countdown 45 years ago :)
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EdisonLite wrote:
Was the AT40 Top 100 of 1977
different from Billboard's that year?


Yes. AT40's 1977 year-end countdown had had "I Just Want
To Be Your Everything" at #1, and "You Light Up My Life"
at #51. Billboard's 1977 year-end pop singles chart had
"Tonight's the Night" at #1, and "You Light up My Life"
was not included.

YLUML came in at #3 on Billboard's 1978 year-end pop
singles chart because the eligibility period began the
first week of November 1977, thus 7 of its 10 weeks at #1
were 1978 survey period.

Edited by Vince on 19 March 2023 at 4:58pm
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Posted: 19 March 2023 at 4:29am | IP Logged Quote eriejwg

I just came across this. WLS in Chicago had Debbie Boone at
#1 on their Big 89 of 1977. (John Landecker's favorite song
in the whole world LOL)

https://www.wlshistory.com/big89/1977.htm

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