I'm listening to the AT40 Book of Records special on WPAC and noticed that the cue sheet [ www.charismusicgroup.com/Cue%20Sheets/07-05-80.pdf ] left off "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late" by Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams which Casey played at the end of hour 2 (following "Me & Bobby McGee").
Last Edit: May 31, 2021 12:09:42 GMT -5 by papathree
6/7/75: #24: "I Wanna Dance Wit Choo (Doo Dat Dance)" by Disco Tex--no Sex-O-Lettes. (In fairness, there wasn't much room left on that section of the paper) #23: "I'll Play For You (Hear the Band)" by Seals and Crofts--of note since the subtitle, while maybe not incorrect, is rarely cited.
6/5/76: #28: "Young Blook" by Bad Company #13: "More, More More" by Andrea True--one comma missing from the title, and it was credited to the Andrea True Connection though it was and is probably often listed just with Andrea's name. #8: "Sara Smile" by John Oates & Daryl Hall--not really a mistake, but about the only time I've seen Oates listed first.
6/4/88: #10: "Anything For You" by Gloria Estefan and "Miame Sound Machine"
Just one from 7/19/1980: Ali Thomson is at #28 with Talk a Little Rhythm.
While for the B show (7/23/88), Robert Palmer is at #32 with "Simple Irresistible" and somebody is at #15 with "Just Go Paid". (No artist was typed in; Johnny Kemp's name is handwritten on the sheet posted at the Charis Music Group site.)
*Phil Collins debuts at #36 with Don't Loose My Number. *Billy Ocean has two songs in the Top 40: Mystery Lady at #35 and You're Only Human (Second Wind) at #31.
The Topical Promos page has a few errors:
*The Billy Ocean error mentioned above (listed under the Chart Giants section). *The same section also has this error: "Kenny Loggin's hit with 'FOREVER'" *The Tops of the Charts section has "Number one on the country chart was 'DIXIE ROAD' by Lee Greewood".
ETA: This is one I've bypassed in the past when I've seen it, but I think it would be considered an error: The Power Station version of T. Rex's "Bang a Gong (Get It On)" is labeled as exactly that on this and every cue sheet I've seen from its time in the Top 40 when their version of it has the "Bang a Gong" part in parenthesis instead.