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Casey Kasem's American Top 40
Countdown 1976

Chart Recap: As heard on the weekend of October 18, 2014

Week of October 16, 1976

40: Queen Of My Soul – Average White Band
39: Summer – War
38: Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart – Elton John & Kiki Dee
37: Say You Love Me – Fleetwood Mac
36: With Your Love – Jefferson Starship
35: A Dose Of Rock ‘N Roll – Ringo Starr
34: You Are My Starship – Norman Connors
33: Get The Funk Out Of My Face – Brothers Johnson
32: This One’s For You – Barry Manilow
31: Wham Bam – Silver
30: Did You Boogie With Your Baby – Flash Cadillac
29: Rubber Band Man - Spinners
28: Do You Feel Like I Do – Peter Frampton
27: Best Disco In Town – Richey Family
26: Just To Be Close To You - Commodores
25: Muskrat Love – Captain & Tennille
24: More Than A Feeling – Boston
23: You Are The Woman - Firefall
22: Nadia’s Theme (The Young And The Restless) – Barry De Vorzon and Perry Botkin, Jr.
21: Fernando – Abba
20: Getaway – Earth, Wind & Fire
19: The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald - Gordon Lightfoot
18: Beth – Kiss
17: (Don’t Fear) The Reaper – Blue Oyster Cult
16: Love So Right – Bee Gees
15: A Little Bit More – Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show
14: Magic Man – Heart
13: I Only Want To Be With You – Bay City Rollers
12: That’ll Be The Day – Linda Ronstadt
11: Rock ‘N Me – Steve Miller Band
10: I’d Really Love To See You Tonight – England Dan & John Ford Coley
9: She’s Gone – Darryl Hall & John Oates
8: Shake Your Booty – K.C. & The Sunshine Band
7: Devil Woman – Cliff Richard
6: You’re Still The One – Orleans
5: Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
4: If You Leave Me Now – Chicago
3: Lowdown – Boz Scaggs
2: A Fifth Of Beethoven – The Walter Murphy Band
1: Disco Duck – Rick Dees & His Cast Of Idiots

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