Seventies Music Charts: Top Ten Hits From April 1978

Here are the pop charts for weekend the 29th April 1978 UK.
1.Night Fever by the Bee Gees
From the film and album "Saturday Night Fever", this was one of many chart hits for the Bee Gees which came from this huge worldwide album, and was produced by the amazing Robert Stigwood.
The "Saturday Night Fever" sold  forty million copies , and the "Night Fever" single was a huge worldwide hit, and this one album is responsible for so much inspiration in 70s music.

Maurice Gibb died in 2003 and Robin Gibb in 2012.





This former number one record was a one off hit, and told the story of the artist Lowry and his pictures of Northern England.





3.I Wonder Why by Showaddywaddy.
Dressed as Teddy Boys , this one of many hits for this Britsh fun pop group, this song was originally a hit in 1958 by  Dion and The Belmonts.

4.If You Cant Give Me Love by Suzie Quatro.
American Rocker soon fell in love with the UK and lived there for decades, this hit got to number four, five years prior she was getting regular top three hits. She also appeared in "Happy Days", and now she is also a DJ on BBC radio 2, where she still plays 70s music.


5.Too Much Too Little Too Late by Johnny Mathis see the  Artist Watch Johnny Mathis article here.

6.Never Let Her Slip Away by Andrew Gold

7.Follow You Follow Me by Genesis

8.With A Little Luck by Paul McCartney and Wings

9.Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty

10.Lets All Chant by Michael Zager Band

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I am one of those baby boomer's, who had the pleasure, and the FUN to grow up in the 1970s. The 70s music was so diverse, and the charts were for everyone from 8 to 80. That was when POP was fun, and the top forty really meant something as it was a shared experience. I have tried in this site to bring back the memories of the 70s, not just the pure pop, but also the heavy guys like Floyd and Black Sabbath. Everything had a place in the music of the 70s, and everything has a memory for one of us 1970s boomers.