December 22, 1984 (leading into #3, the previous week's #1): #1 on the Album chart (for the 21st consecutive week!): Soundtrack album from Purple Rain #1 on the Soul chart: "Operator" by Midnight Star #1 on the Country chart: "Why Not Me" by The Judds #1 on the Dance & Disco chart: "Like a Virgin" by Madonna
For 1/13/73: #1 R&B: "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder (#2 on the pop chart) #1 Album: No Secrets by Carly Simon (which segued into her having the top song that week) #1 Country: "She's Got To Be A Saint" by Ray Price (2nd week)
January 18, 1986 (leading into #5): #1 on the Album chart: Miami Vice soundtrack #1 on the Soul chart: "Say You, Say Me" by Lionel Richie #1 on the Dance chart: "Go Home" by Stevie Wonder #1 on the Country chart: "Bop" by Dan Seals
January 26, 1980: #1 on the Disco chart: "Vertigo/Relight My Fire/Free Ride" (medley) by Dan Hartman #1 on the Country chart: "I'll Be Coming Back For More" by T.G. Sheppard #1 on the Album chart: The Wall by Pink Floyd #1 on the Soul chart: "Rock With You" by Michael Jackson
No need to give the number if it was leading into the #1 song.
I used to think the other #1s were more-often-than-not saved for the end, but the past couple months have proven me more-than-a-little wrong on that one.
For 1/27/79: #1 Album: 52nd Street - Billy Joel (8th non-consecutive week) #1 R&B: "Aqua Boogie (A Psychoalphadiscobetabioaquadoloop)" - Parliament #1 Disco: "I Will Survive" - Gloria Gaynor #1 Country: "Why Have You Left The One You Left Me For" - Crystal Gayle
February 5, 1983: #1 on the Album chart: Business as Usual by Men at Work #1 on the Soul chart: "Outstanding" by The Gap Band #1 on the Country chart: "Inside/Carolina Dreams" (double-sided) by Ronnie Milsap
*Yes, I caught the early airing this week...I'm going out of state this weekend, and may not have a chance to catch another airing.