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Heart

12 Songs for the Lido Deck, Poolside In The ‘70s - with Ann Wilson of Heart

Airs Friday 8/29 at 12 pm ET
Replays Friday 8/29 at 5 pm ET, Saturday 8/30 at 1 am & 10 pm ET, Sunday 8/31 at 8 am ET, Monday 9/1 at 4 am & 3 pm ET

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Heart stormed the charts in the ‘70’s with hits like “Crazy on You,” “Magic Man,” “Barracuda,” “Straight On,” and so many more.  Not only did the Seattle based Wilson sisters lead the band, they wrote the songs and played the instruments too. Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson showed the world that women can rock!  The global Fe-nomenons will board a cruise ship in November for a 4 days sail through the Caribbean with other Grammy® award winners and nominees for the ‘Women Who Rock Grammy Cruise’. ( http://www.heart-music.com ) Ann Wilson joins the 70s on 7 for a seagoing sendoff of 12 songs for the Lido Deck. “Isaac, I think we need a top off..It’s Labor Day Weekend!”

Casey Kasem's American Top 40
Countdown 1979

Chart Recap: As heard on the weekend of August 23rd, 2014

Week of August 18, 1979

40: The Boss - Diana Ross
39: Girl Of My Dreams - Bram Tchaikovsky
38: You're Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else - The Jones Girls
37: Sail On - The Commodores
36: Different Worlds - Maureen McGovern
35: Oh Well - Rockets
34: Drivers Seat - Sniff & The Tears
33: Cruel To Be Kind - Nick Lowe
32: Born To Be Alive - Patrick Hernandez
31: I Want You To Want Me - Cheap Trick
30: A Bad Case Of Loving You - Robert Palmer
29: Highway Song - Blackfoot
28: I Do Love You - GQ
27: One Way Or Another - Blondie
26: Morning Dance - Spyro Gyra
25: Heaven Must Have Sent You - Bonnie Pointer
24: Hot Summer Nights - Night
23: Let's Go - The Cars
22: Lonesome Loser - The Little River Band
21: Is She Really Going Out With Him - Joe Jackson
20: Goodbye Stranger - Supertramp
19: Hot Stuff - Donna Summer
18: Gold - John Stewart
17: Suspicions - Eddie Rabbitt
16: I'll Never Love This Way Again - Dionne Warwick
15: Makin' It - David Naughton
14: Don't Bring Me Down - Electric Light Orchestra
13: Lead Me On - Maxine Nightingale
12: Sad Eyes - Robert John
11: I Was Made For Lovin' You - Kiss
10: Mama Can't Buy You Love - Elton John
9: You Can't Change That - Ray Parker & Raydio
8: The Devil Went Down To Georgia - Charlie Daniels Band
7: Ring My Bell - Anita Ward
6: When You're In Love With A Beautiful Woman - Dr. Hook
5: After The Love Has Gone - Earth, Wind & Fire
4: Bad Girls - Donna Summer
3: Main Event / Fight - Barbra Streisand
2: My Sharona - The Knack
1: Good Times - Chic

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