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[Number One Songs]

Here are the Number One Songs this week
in Chicago during the 50's, 60's and 70's

Week of July 24
YearSongArtist
1950 I Wanna Be Loved Andrews Sisters
1951 Come On-A My House Rosemary Clooney
1952 Auf Weiderseh'n Sweetheart Vera Lynn
1953 No Other Love Perry Como
1954 Sh-Boom Crew Cuts
1955 (We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock Bill Haley & his Comets
1956 Stranded In The Jungle Jayhawks
1957 (Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear Elvis Presley
1958 Poor Little Fool Ricky Nelson
1959 The Battle Of New Orleans Johnny Horton
1960 Image Of A Girl Safaris
1961 Michael Highwaymen
1962 Sealed With A Kiss Brian Hyland
1963 Surf City Jan & Dean
1964 Rag Doll Four Seasons
1965 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction Rolling Stones
1966 Wild Thing Troggs
1967 Can't Take My Eyes Off You Frankie Valli
1968 Jumpin' Jack Flash Rolling Stones
1969 In The Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus) Zager & Evans
1970 (They Long To Be) Close To You Carpenters
1971 It's Too Late Carole King
1972 Lean On Me Bill Withers
1973 Shambala Three Dog Night
1974 Rock The Boat Hues Corporation
1975 Love Will Keep Us Together Captain & Tennille
1976 Got To Get You Into My Life Beatles
1977 Undercover Angel Alan O'Day
1978 King Tut Steve Martin & the Toot Uncommons
1979 Ring My Bell Anita Ward
1980 It's Still Rock And Roll To Me Billy Joel

Here are the Top 15 songs in Chicago
on July 24, 1978:

  1. King Tut-Steve Martin & the Toot Uncommons
  2. You're The One That I Want-John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John
  3. Shadow Dancing-Andy Gibb
  4. Last Dance-Donna Summer
  5. Miss You-Rolling Stones
  6. Baker Street-Gerry Rafferty
  7. It's A Heartache-Bonnie Tyler
  8. Grease-Frankie Valli
  9. Copacabana (At The Copa)-Barry Manilow
  10. Use Ta Be My Girl-O'Jays
  11. The Groove Line-Heatwave
  12. Take A Chance On Me-ABBA
  13. You Belong To Me-Carly Simon
  14. Feels So Good-Chuck Mangione
  15. Three Times A Lady-Commodores

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