CKLW 800 AM
WINDSOR, ONTARIO

Week: 00/00/79
Format: T40
                 CKLW 800 - WINDSOR
              TOP EIGHTY HITS OF 1979
  1. My Sharona – The Knack     
  2. Da Ya Think I’m Sexy – Rod Stewart
  3. Hot Stuff – Donna Summer                            
  4. Y.M.C.A. – Village People   
  5. Rise – Herb Alpert                  
  6. Reunited – Peaches & Herb
  7. Ring My Bell – Anita Ward  
  8. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) – Barbra Streisand & 
                                                   Donna Summer
  9. I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
 10. Babe – Styx                  
 11. I'll Never Love This Way Again – Dionne Warwick
 12. What A Fool Believes – Doobie Brothers
 13. Bad Girls – Donna Summer 
 14. Heart Of Glass – Blondie 
 15. Knock On Wood – Amii Stewart
 16. Good Times – Chic               
 17. We Are Family – Sister Sledge  
 18. Just When I Needed You Most – Randy Vanwarmer
 19. Still – Commodores     
 20. Heartache Tonight – Eagles          
 21. The Devil Went Down To Georgia – The Charlie Daniels Band
 22. Escape (The Pina Colada Song) – Rupert Holmes
 23. Please Don’t Go – K.C. & Sunshine Band
 24. Fire – Pointer Sisters          
 25. Sad Eyes – Robert John         
 26. Disco Nights (Rock Freak) – G.Q.
 27. Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough – Michael Jackson
 28. Music Box Dancer – Frank Mills 
 29. There Will Always Be A You – Donna Summer
 30. Don’t Let Go – Isaac Hayes     
 31. I Want You To Want Me – Cheap Trick         
 32. A Little More Love – Olivia Newton-John 
 33. You Take My Breath Away – Rex Smith
 34. The Main Event/Fight – Barbra Streisand
 35. September – Earth, Wind & Fire
 36. Don’t Bring Me Down – Electric Light Orchestra
 37. Makin’ It – David Naughton 
 38. Lonesome Loser – Little River Band
 39. Tragedy – Bee Gees               
 40. Don’t Cry Out Loud – Melissa Manchester
 41. She Believes In Me – Kenny Rogers
 42. If You Remember Me – Chris Thompson   
 43. Cruisin’ – Smokey Robinson
 44. Rock With You – Michael Jackson       
 45. Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now – McFadden & Whitehead
 46. When You’re In Love With A Beautiful Woman – Dr. Hook
 47. You’re Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else – The Jones Girls
 48. Deja Vu – Dionne Warwick
 49. Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground) – The Jacksons
 50. Coward Of The County – Kenny Rogers
 51. Do That To Me One More Time – The Captain & Tennille
 52. I Do Love You – G.Q.               
 53. He’s The Greatest Dancer – Sister Sledge
 54. Boogie Wonderland – Earth, Wind & Fire With Emotions
 55. Lead Me On – Maxine Nightingale
 56. You Decorated My Life – Kenny Rogers
 57. So Good, So Right – Brenda Russell
 58. Take That To The Bank - Shalamar
 59. Dance Away – Roxy Music 
 60. Bustin’ Loose – Chuck Brown & Soul Searchers
 61. Keep On Dancin’ – Gary’s Gang
 62. Street Life - Crusaders
 63. What You Won’t Do For Love – Bobby Caldwell
 64. Tusk – Fleetwood Mac                 
 65. Lotta Love – Nicolette Larson           
 66. I Just Fall In Love Again – Anne Murray
 67. Every Time I Think Of You – The Babys
 68. Hot Number – Foxy                    
 69. Goodnight Tonight - Wings
 70. Roxanne - Police
 71. Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor) – Robert Palmer
 72. Sharing The Night Together – Dr. Hook
 73. Crazy Love – Poco               
 74. I Don’t Know If It’s Right – Evelyn “Champagne” King
 75. You Can’t Change That – Raydio  
 76. Gold – John Stewart                     
 77. Ships – Barry Manilow          
 78. I Got My Mind Made Up (You Can Get It Girl) – Instant Funk
 79. Chuck E’s In Love – Rickie Lee Jones
 80. The Logical Song – Supertramp

     THE TOP 8 ALBUMS OF 1979
  1. In Through The Out Door – Led Zeppelin
  2. Get The Knack – The Knack
  3. Breakfast In America – Supertramp
  4. Blondes Have More Fun – Rod Stewart
  5. At Budokan – Cheap Trick
  6. The Long Run – Eagles
  7. Bad Girls – Donna Summer
  8. Minute By Minute – Doobie Brothers

NOTE: The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly
    as they are shown on the printed survey.  Any typos, spelling 
    errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed 
    sheet. 

    The survey also included The Top 80 For The 70’s plus the 
    Biggest Song Of The Decade: Stairway To Heaven – Led Zeppelin.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Wednesday, August 14, 2019)




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