Jun 24 2010, 19h53 por Shasolace
Out 6 2008, 21h57 por Eclectic-GFurther to my journal entries of September 24, 2007, January 26, 2008 and September 1, 2008, the October 4 edition of Toronto's Globe and Mail newspaper, once again under the title "This week in history", ran a copy of the CHUM Radio Top-10 charts for Saturday, October 7, 1978: 30 years ago.
As this was about a month since the last time the G&M had looked back at 1978, I was interested in seeing what had changed in the five weeks.
Here is the list:
1 Kiss You All Over (Exile)
2 Whenever I Call You "Friend" (Kenny Loggins (with Stevie Nicks, of course))
3 Hot Child In The City (Nick Gilder), which CHUM lists is "Holt Child In The City"
4 Reminiscing (Little River Band)
5 Come Together (Aerosmith)
6 Hopelessly Devoted To You (Olivia Newton-John)
7 Don't Look Back (Boston)
8 Fool (If You Think It's Over) (Chris Rea)
9 Right Down The Line (Gerry Rafferty)
10 Hollywood Nights (Bob Seger)