MIX LOOKS BACK

For Mix's 25th anniversary this year, we begin looking back at where we started. Here are the Number One albums and singles from Billboard, July 1977,
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For Mix's 25th anniversary this year, we begin looking back at where we started. Here are the Number One albums and singles from Billboard, July 1977, with special props to the engineers, producers and studios who make the magic.

NUMBER ONE ALBUM

For the fourth consecutive month: Rumours, Fleetwood Mac. Producers: Fleetwood Mac, Ken Caillat, Richard Dashut. Engineers: Ken Caillat, Richard Dashut. Mastering: Ken Perry, Ken Caillat. Studio: The Plant (Sausalito, Calif.).

Live, Barry Manilow. Producers: Barry Manilow, Ron Dante. Recording engineer: Michael Delugg. Live recording engineer: John Venable. Recorded live at the Uris Theatre (New York City) in December 1976, except “V.S.M.,” recorded at Ravinia Festival (Highland Park, Ill.). Mixed at Media Sound Studios (New York City).

NUMBER ONE SINGLES

Bill Conti's “Gonna Fly Now (Theme From Rocky).” Producer: Bill Conti. Engineer: Ami Hadani. Studio information not available.

Alan O'Day's “Undercover Angel.” Producer: Steve Barri, Michael Omartian. Studio information not available.

Shaun Cassidy's “Da Doo Ron.” Producer: Michael Lloyd. Engineer: Humberto Gatica, Michael Lloyd. Studio information not available.

Barry Manilow's “Looks Like We Made It.” Producers: Barry Manilow, Ron Dante. Recording engineer: Michael Delugg. Live recording engineer: John Venable. Recorded live at the Uris Theatre (New York City) in December 1976. Mixed at Media Sound Studios (New York City).

Andy Gibb's “I Just Want To Be Your Everything.” Producer: Barry Gibb, Albhy Galuten, Karl Richardson. Engineer: Karl Richardson. Studio: Middle Ear Recording Studio (Miami Beach, FL).

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