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WWDJ'S (New Jersey)TOP SINGLES OF 1971 (Station's Second Survey) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Barry Kowal   
Nov 10, 2016 at 05:19 PM
WWDJ'S (New Jersey)TOP SINGLES OF 1971 (Station's Second Survey)*







No. Song-Artist-Label-Peak Month
  1 IT'S TOO LATE-CAROLE KING-ODE-JULY
  2 JOY TO THE WORLD-THREE DOG NIGHT-DUNHILL-May
  3 HEY GIRL-Donny Osmond-MGM-December
  4 AMERICAN PIE-DON McLEAN-United Artist-December
  5 MAGGIE MAY-ROD STEWART-Mercury-October 
  6 YO YO-OSMONDS-MGM-October
  7 THEME FROM "SHAFT"-ISAAC HAYES-Enterprise-December
  8 MY SWEET LORD-George Harrison-Apple-January
  9 YOUR SONG-Elton John-Uni-January
 10 ONE BAD APPLE-Osmonds-MGM-February 
 11 Just My Imagination-Temptations-Gordy-March
 12 Superstar-Carpenters-A&M-October
 13 Go Away Little Girl-Donny Osmond-MGM-September
 14 I Feel The Earth Move-Carole King-Ode-June
 15 Mr.Bojangles-Nitty Gritty Dirt Band-United Artist-February
 16 That's The Way I Heard It Should Be-Carly Simon-Elektra-July
 17 Brown Sugar-Rolling Stones-Rolling Stone-June
 18 Sweet And Innocent-Donny Osmond-MGM-July
 19 You've Got A Friend-James Taylor-Warner Brothers-July
 20 If You Could Read My Mind-Gordon Lightfoot-Reprise-March
 21 One Monkey Don't Stop No Show Pat I-Honeycone-Hot Wax-December
 22 Signs-Five Man Electrical Band-Lionel-September
 23 Got To Be There-Michael Jackson-Motown-December
 24 Knock Three Times-Tony Orlando & Dawn-Bell-January
 25 Theme From Love Story-Andy Williams-Columbia-April
 26 Indian Reservation-Raiders-Columbia-July
 27 Mr.Big Stuff-Jean Knight-Stax-July
 28 Let's Stay Together-Al Green-Hi-December
 29 Cherish-David Cassidy-Bell-December
 30 If Bread Elektra May
 31 Tears Of A Clown-Miracles-Tamla-January
 32 Put Your Hand In The Hand-Ocean-Kama Sutra-May
 33 Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey-Paul & Linda McCartney-Apple-September
 34 Smiling Faces Sometimes-Undisputed Truth-Gordy-September
 35 How Can You Mend A Broken Heart-Bee Gees-Atco-August
 36 Want Ads-Honey Cone-Hot Wax-June
 37 Colour My World-Chicago-Columbia-June
 38 Gypsys,Tramps & Thieves-Cher-Kapp-November
 39 Double Lovin?-Osmonds-MGM-June
 40 One Fine Morning-Lighthouse-Evolution-November
 41 What's Going On-Marvin Gaye-Tamla-April
 42 Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get-Dramatics-Volt-September
 43 Beginnings-Chicago-Columbia-August
 44 A Natural Man-Lou Rawls-MGM-December
 45 It Don't Come Easy-Ringo Starr-Apple-June  
 46 Don't Pull Your Love-Hamilton,Joe,Frank & Reynolds-Dunhill-July
 47 Stoney End-Barbra Streisand-Columbia-February 
 48 Lonely Days-Bee Gees-Atco-January
 49 Bangla-Desh-George Happrison-Apple-September
 50 Never Can Say Goodbye-Jackson Five-Motown-May
 51 Peace Train-Cat Stevens-A&M-November
 52 Baby I'm A Want You-Bread-Elektra-December
 53 I Know I'm In Love-Chee Chee & Peppy-Buddah-June
 54 She's A Lady-Tom Jones-Parrot-April
 55 Stay Awhile-Bells-Polydor-May
 56 Wild Night-Van Morrison-Warner Brothers-December
 57 I Woke Up In Love This Morning-Partridge Family-Bell-October
 58 Birds Of A Feather-Raiders-Columbia-October
 59 Ain't No Sunshine-Bill Withers-Sussex-September
 60 Sooner Or Later-Grass Roots-Dunhill-July
 61 Rose Garden-Lynn Anderson-Columbia-March
 62 Maybe Tomorrow-Jackson Five-Motown-May
 63 I Don't Know How To Love Him-Helen Reddy-Capitol-June
 64 Scorpio-Dennis Coffey-Sussex-December
 65 Take Me Home,Country Roads-John Denver-RCA-September
 66 I Am...I Said-Neil Diamond-Uni-May
 67 Chick A Boom-Daddy Dewdrop-Sunflower-June
 68 An Old Fashoin Love Song-Three Dog Night-Dunhill-December
 69 Thin Line Between Love And Hate-Persuaders-Atco-September
 70 Family Affair-Sly & The Family Stone-Epic-December
 71 Imagine-John "Ono" Lennon-Apple-November
 72 Resurrection Shuffle-Ashton,Gardner & Dyke-Capitol-August
 73 Mama's Pearl-Jackson Five-Motown-March
 74 Have You Seen Her-Chi-Lites-Brunswick-November
 75 Me & Bobby McGee-Janis Joplin-Columbia-March
 76 One Toke Over the Line-Brewer & Shipley-Kama Sutra-May
 77 Make It Funky-James Brown-September 
 78 Right On the Tip of My Tongue-Brenda & The Tabulations-Top & Bottom-May
 79 Sugar Daddy-Jackson Five-Motown-December
 80 Wild Horses-Rolling Stones-Rolling Stone-June
 81 One Less Bell To Answer-Fifth Dimension-Bell-January
 82 I'm A Man-Chicago-Columbia-October   
 83 Funky Nassau Part I-Beginning Of The End-Atlantic-June
 84 Stick Up-Honey Cone-Hot Wax-September
 85 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down-Joan Baez-Vanguard-September
 86 Spanish Harlem-Aretha Franklin-Atlantic-August
 87 Nathan Jones-Supremes-Motown-June
 88 For All We Know-Carpenters-A&M-March
 89 Hot Pants-James Brown-Polydor-August
 90 So Far Away-Carole King-Ode-September
 91 If You Really Love Me-Stevie Wonder-September
 92 Do You Know What I Mean-Lee Michaels-A&M-November
 93 She's Not Just Another Woman-Eighth Day-Invictus-July
 94 I Just Want to Celebrate Rare Earth-Rare Earth-August
 95 Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep Mac & Katie Kissoon-ABC-September
 96 Bring The Boys Home-Freda Payne-Invictus-July
 97 Story In Your Eyes-Moody Blues-Deram-September
 98 Rock Steady-Aretha Franklin-Atlantic-December
 99 Church Street Soul Revival-Tommy James-Roulette-January
100 We Can Work It Out-Stevie Wonder-Tamla-May

 * As broadcasted on Radio Station WWDJ on Saturday,May 27,1972
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