1976 Radio & Records All-Time Charts

Updated June 26, 2020 | Infoplease Staff

1976 Radio & Records All-Time Charts

Pop Adult

  1. “Afternoon Delight” Starland Vocal Band (Windsong)
  2. “I'd Really Love to See You” England Dan and J.F. Coley (Big Tree)
  3. “If You Leave Me Now” Chicago (Columbia)
  4. “Let Your Love Flow” Bellamy Brothers (Warner Bros.)
  5. “Don't Go Breaking My Heart” Elton John and Kiki Dee (Rocket)
  6. “You'll Never Find Another Love” Lou Rawls (Phil./Int.)
  7. “Nadia's Theme” DeVorzon & Botkin (A&M)
  8. “Moonlight Feels Right” Starbuck (Private Stock)
  9. “December 1963” Four Seasons (Warner Bros.)
  10. “Silly Love Songs” Wings (Capitol)

Top 40

  1. “If You Leave Me Now” Chicago (Columbia)
  2. “Don't Go Breaking My Heart” Elton John and Kiki Dee (Rocket)
  3. “Afternoon Delight” Starland Vocal Band (Windsong)
  4. “Silly Love Songs” Wings (Capitol)
  5. “Play That Funky Music” Wild Cherry (Epic)
  6. “December 1963” Four Seasons (Warner Bros.)
  7. “Theme From S.W.A.T. Rhythm Heritage (ABC)
  8. “Boogie Fever” Sylvers (Capitol)
  9. “Kiss and Say Goodbye” Manhattans (Columbia)
  10. “Rock 'N Me” Steve Miller (Capitol)

Album Airplay

  1. Comes Alive Peter Frampton (A&M)
  2. Silk Degrees Boz Scaggs (Columbia)
  3. Fly Like an Eagle Steve Miller (Capitol)
  4. Dreamboat Annie Heart (Mushroom)
  5. A Night on the Town Rod Stewart (Warner Bros.)
  6. Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac (Warner Bros.)
  7. At the Speed of Sound Wings (Capitol)
  8. The Royal Scam Steely Dan (ABC)
  9. Spitfire Jefferson Starship (Grunt)
  10. Takin' It to the Streets Doobie Brothers (Warner Bros.)


  1. “I'll Get Over You” Crystal Gayle (UA)
  2. “Good Hearted Woman” Waylon & Willie (RCA)
  3. “One Piece at a Time” Johnny Cash (Columbia)
  4. “Teddy Bear” Red Sovine (Starday)
  5. “Golden Ring” George Jones and Tammy Wynette (Epic)
  6. “Till the Rivers All Run Dry” Don Williams (ABC/Dot)
  7. “All These Things” Joe Stampley (ABC/Dot)
  8. “Stranger” Johnny Duncan (Columbia)
  9. “You and Me” Tammy Wynette (Epic)
  10. “El Paso City” Marty Robbins (Columbia)

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