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While it's,.nothing spectacular,"! '•9 (13) "Fallin In''Love" - .HamCan 't Give You .Anything" is at ilton,. Joe Frank and Reynolds "leai t^so professional that it pro(Playboy). * •vidi s a refreshing change from • the musical incompetence that 10. (11) "The Rockforti Files " Mike-Post (Mgm). usually dominates the charts. rformed by the Stylistics, a bla :k American semi-soul group *C •'/ /^ *-' polish to spare, the song «j•- swi gs,. makes musical sense anc arbove all, doesn't grate-on ears. Below it. aside fyrom one number by he Alex Harvey band which seeitis unlikely to make the top, * Public release of the film all s as usual — terribFe. (This week's charts w i t h last "Smfle Orange" has been weejk's positions in) • •, delayed temporarily.

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6 (7;"Sealed With a Kiss" Bryan F viand ABC T, (6) "Delilah" Sensational Al^x fcarVey Band Vertigo f (8) "It's In His Kiss" Linda ' L?wis Arista 9 ( - 2 ) "Sherry" Adrian Baker !V agnet .. "| 10 (9) "Tear's .On My Pillow" John-' ny Nash CBS!Reutei>; New York (AP): I t Elton John made it to the top! a$ ain ' Thursday with his "Someone Saved Mr Life Tonight" becoming the best thb United States. It was secorid a week ago. Slipping from number one to secorjd was "Jive Talkin" by The' Bee Gees. "I-'ni Not In Love" by 10 C.C. held on the third •'place for the second week rn ' a row in the cash box magazine chart. Glen-Campbell's "Rhinestone CowboV" jumped from eight to foijrth spot. Two nbwcomers to the top ten tfiis week were "Fallin In • Lqve" by H a m i l t o n , Joe ,Fr4nk and Reynolds, up from to 9th; and"The Rockforid Files" by 1 Mike Post, up I'l'th to 10th. The tdp ten as .rated by Cash BOK. with last weeks position in brackets. ., .

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