US Top 40 Singles Week Ending 26th June, 1976

These are all the US Top 40 singles for the week ending June 26th, 1976. Check out the top 100 artists of 70s here. You can also view the entire 1976 chart here. wings-silly-love-songs-capitol wings-silly-love-songs-columbia TW LW TITLE Artist (Label)-Weeks on Chart 1 1 SILLY LOVE SONGS –•– Wings (Capitol)-12 (4 weeks at #1) 2 2 GET UP AND BOOGIE (That’s Right) –•– Silver Convention (Midland International)-16 3 3 MISTY BLUE –•– Dorothy Moore (Malaco)-15 4 5 SARA SMILE –•– Daryl Hall and John Oates (RCA)-22 5 7 SHOP AROUND –•– The Captain and Tennille (A&M)-9 6 8 MORE, MORE, MORE (Part 1) –•– The Andrea True Connection (Buddah)-16 7 9 AFTERNOON DELIGHT –•– The Starland Vocal Band (Windsong)-8 8 4 LOVE HANGOVER –•– Diana Ross (Motown)-13 9 10 I’LL BE GOOD TO YOU –•– The Brothers Johnson (A&M)-9 10 12 KISS AND SAY GOODBYE –•– The Manhattans (Columbia)-11 11 13 LOVE IS ALIVE –•– Gary Wright (Warner Brothers)-11 12 17 NEVER GONNA FALL IN LOVE AGAIN –•– Eric Carmen (Arista)-9 13 14 TAKIN’ IT TO THE STREETS –•– The Doobie Brothers (Warner Brothers)-11 14 15 MOVIN’ –•– Brass Construction (United Artists)-13 15 16 I WANT YOU –•– Marvin Gaye (Tamla)-10 16 18 MOONLIGHT FEELS RIGHT –•– Starbuck (Private Stock)-11 17 19 TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN –•– The Steve Miller Band (Capitol)-8 18 29 GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE –•– The Beatles (Capitol)-3 19 40 ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC –•– The Beach Boys (Brother)-4 20 22 THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN –•– Thin Lizzy (Mercury)-7 21 6 SHANNON –•– Henry Gross (Lifesong)-18 22 26 GET CLOSER –•– Seals and Crofts (Featuring Carolyn Willis) (Warner Brothers)-11 23 27 YOU’RE MY BEST FRIEND –•– Queen (Elektra)-6 24 55 IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN –•– Neil Diamond (Columbia)-2 25 30 TODAY’S THE DAY –•– America (Warner Brothers)-7 26 31 LET HER IN –•– John Travolta (Midland International)-9 27 28 THAT’S WHERE THE HAPPY PEOPLE GO –•– The Trammps (Atlantic)-12 28 32 MAKING OUR DREAMS COME TRUE –•– Cyndi Grecco (Private Stock)-8 29 33 TEAR THE ROOF OFF THE SUCKER (Give Up the Funk) –•– Parliament (Casablanca)-7 30 36 TURN THE BEAT AROUND –•– Vicki Sue Robinson (RCA)-12 31 35 SAVE YOUR KISSES FOR ME –•– The Brotherhood Of Man (Pye)-8 32 11 HAPPY DAYS –•– Pratt and McClain (Reprise)-13 33 37 I’M EASY –•– Keith Carradine (ABC)-8 34 42 LAST CHILD –•– Aerosmith (Columbia)-3 35 39 MAMMA MIA –•– Abba (Atlantic)-6 36 41 SOMEBODY’S GETTIN’ IT –•– Johnnie Taylor (Columbia)-4 37 20 BARETTA’S THEME (“Keep Your Eyes On the Sparrow”) –•– Rhythm Heritage (ABC)-12 38 50 GOOD VIBRATIONS –•– Todd Rundgren (Bearsville)-4 39 43 SOPHISTICATED LADY (She’s a Different Lady) –•– Natalie Cole (Capitol)-5 40 44 YOUNG HEARTS RUN FREE –•– Candi Staton (Warner Brothers)-5 OFF THE CHARTS 42 23 RHIANNON (Will You Ever Win) –•– Fleetwood Mac (Reprise)-17 44 24 WELCOME BACK –•– John Sebastian (Reprise)-14 49 25 BOOGIE FEVER –•– The Sylvers (Capitol)-20 52 34 FOOLED AROUND AND FELL IN LOVE –•– Elvin Bishop (Capricorn)-17 57 38 RIGHT BACK WHERE WE STARTED FROM –•– Maxine Nightingale (United Artists)-20 63 21 HOT STUFF / FOOL TO CRY –•– The Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones)-10 POWER PLAYS 41 45 I NEED TO BE IN LOVE –•– The Carpenters (A&M)-3 43 49 A FIFTH OF BEETHOVEN –•– Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band (Private Stock)-5 45 51 SILVER STAR –•– The Four Seasons (Warner Brothers / Curb)-5 46 56 YOU’LL NEVER FIND ANOTHER LOVE LIKE MINE –•– Lou Rawls (Philadelphia International)-4 47 47 WHO LOVES YOU BETTER (Part 1) –•– The Isley Brothers (T-Neck)-5 48 58 FOOL FOR THE CITY –•– Foghat (Bearsville)-4 50 62 LIVIN’ AIN’T LIVIN’ –•– Firefall (Atlantic)-4 DEBUTS THIS WEEK 67 — STEPPIN’ OUT –•– Neil Sedaka (Rocket)-1 75 — ANOTHER RAINY DAY IN NEW YORK CITY –•– Chicago (Columbia)-1 77 — BABY, I LOVE YOUR WAY –•– Peter Frampton (A&M)-1 79 — BLT –•– Lee Oskar (United Artists)-1 81 — WHO’D SHE COO –•– The Ohio Players (Mercury)-1 89 — COTTON CANDY –•– The Sylvers (Capitol)-1 90 — BETTER PLACE TO BE (Parts 1 and 2) –•– Harry Chapin (Elektra)-1 91 — I HOPE WE GET TO LOVE IN TIME –•– Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. (ABC)-6 93 — HARD WORK –•– John Handy (ABC / Impulse)-1