Weeks of November, 1979
First Week Of November:

Album Chart: Led Zeppelin was in their 7th. week at the top spot on the Album chart with, In Through The Out Door.

R&B Chart: Funkadelic was in their 4th. week at the #1 spot on the R&B chart with, Knee Deep.

Pop Chart: M took over the #1 position on the Pop chart with, Pop Muzik.
 
Second Week Of November:

Album Chart: The Eagles jumped to the #1 position on the Album chart with, The Long Run.

R&B Chart: Kool & The Gang took over the #1 spot on the R&B chart with, Ladies Night.

Pop Chart: The Eagles hit #1 on the Pop chart with a song from their top album, Heartache Tonight.
 
Third Week Of November:

Album Chart: The Eagles were in their second week at the top spot on the Album chart with, The Long Run.

R&B Chart: Kool & The Gang was in their 2nd. week at #1 on the R&B chart with, Ladies Night.

Pop Chart: The Commodores took over the #1 position on the Pop chart with, Still.
 
Fourth Week Of November:

Album Chart: The Eagles were in their 3rd. week at #1 on the Album chart with, The Long Run.

R&B Chart: Michael Jackson jumped to the top spot on the R&B chart with, Off The Wall.

Pop Chart: Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand took over the #1 position on the Pop chart with, No More Tears, (Enough Is Enough).

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