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This week in music: 1977

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Let's open our musical box of memories and travel back to the era of bell bottoms and disco music.

These were the songs D.J.'s were playing on the radio this week in 1977.

The Billboard Hot 100 had Barbara Streisand at number five with "My Heart Belongs to Me."

Rocker Peter Frampton had a ballad of his own. At number four was his hit "I'm in You."

A pair of teen heart-throbs checked in at numbers 3 and 2. You couldn't go into any supermarket without seeing these two guys on the covers of magazines like "Seventeen" and "Tiger Beat." Sean Cassidy was at number three with "Da Doo Ron Ron."

And at number two was the Bee Gees' little brother Andy Gibb with "I Just Want to Be Your Everything."

At the top of the chart was "Looks Like We Made It." The song was the third number one hit for Barry Manilow.

Popular music, this week 38 years ago.

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