Radio Mi Amigo Top 50 van 29 juli 1978

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De Radio Mi Amigo Top 50, uitgezonden op 29 juli 1978[1] op Radio Mi Amigo.

Nr. Artiest Titel
01 John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John  You’re the One That I Want
02 The Rolling Stones Miss You
03 Michael Zager Band Let's All Chant
04 Status Quo Hold You Back
05 AC/DC Whole Lotta Rosie
06 Jimmy "Bo" Horne Dance Across the Floor
07 Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams Too Much, Too Little, Too Late
08 Barry Manilow Copacabana (At the Copa)
09 The Surfers Windsurfin'
10 Andy Gibb Shadow Dancing
11 Second Life When a Man Loves a Woman
12 Benny Scott Forgive Me My Love
13 Suzi Quatro If You Can't Give Me Love
14 Gene Latter & The Shake Spears Rock Your Boat
15 Donna Summer Last Dance
16 Jacky James Please Stay
17 Plastic Bertrand Bambino / Le Petit Tortillard
18 Long Tall Ernie & The Shakers Golden Years of Rock ’n’ Roll
19 Will Tura To Be or Not to Be Disco
20 Michèle Torr Emmene-moi danser ce soir
21 Bill Withers Lovely Day
22 Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band Still The Same
23 The Imperials Who's Gonna Love Me
24 The Cats She Was Too Young
25 Darts The Boy From New York City
26 Ricky Gordon Hamburg
27 Ian Dury and The Blockheads Wake Up and Make Love With Me
28 Peter Straker Ragtime Piano Joe
29 Barry & Eileen Summerwine
30 Luisa Fernández Lay Love on You
31 Tavares More Than a Woman
32 Carpenters Sweet Sweet Smile
33 Robert Gordon & Link Wray Sea Cruise
34 The Motors Airport
35 Love & Kisses Thank God It's Friday
36 Vader Abraham Mary Rose
37 Kate Bush The Man With the Child in His Eyes
38 Kayak Want You to Be Mine
39 Bolland & Bolland UFO (We Are Not Alone)
40 The Rubinoos Peek-A-Boo
41 The Abdul Hassan Orchestra Arabian Affair
42 Luv' You're the Greatest Lover
43 ABBA Eagle / Thank You for the Music
44 Pussycat Wet Day in September
45 André van Duin A Woman in Love
46 Rainbow Train Heaven on Earth
47 Mother's Finest Piece of the Rock
48 Smokie Oh Carol
49 Robert Palmer Best of Both Worlds
50 Rose Royce Wishing on a Star


  1. Mi Amigo hitlijsten (gedrukt exemplaar), Patrick Valain, 29 juli 1978