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Written by Barry Kowal   
Apr 19, 2017 at 09:41 PM
RADIO STATION WNBC'S (New York City) TOP 66 OF 1982 


Pos.-Title-Artist-Label-Peak Month 
  1 HARD TO SAY I'M SORRY-CHICAGO-FULL MOON-SEPTEMBER
  2 KEY LARGO-BERTIE HIGGINS-FAMILY-April
  3 LEADER OF THE BABD-DAN FOGELBERG-FULL MOON-March 
  4 CHARIOTS OF FIRE-VANGELIS-Polydor-May
  5 EYE IN THE SKY-ALAN PARSONS PROJECT-Arista-October
  6 SWEET DREAMS-AIR SUPPLY-Arista-March
  7 YOU SHOULD HEAR HOW SHE TALKS ABOUT YOU-MELISSA MANCHESTER-Arista-September
  8 MORE THAN JUST THE TWO OF US-Sneaker-Millenium-January
  9 EYE OF THE TIGER-Survivor-Scotti Brothers-August
 10 SHE'S GOT A WAY-Billy Joel-Columbia-January
 11 I Wouldn't Have Missed It For The World-Ronnie Milsap-RCA-January
 12 Ebony & Ivory-Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder-Columbia-May
 13 Don't Talk To Strangers-Rick Springfield-RCA-May
 14 Up Where We Belong-Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes-Island-November
 15 Heartlight-Neil Diamond-Columbia-November
 16 Abracadabra-Steve Miller Band-Capitol-September 
 17 Through The Years-Kenny Rogers-Liberty-March
 18 Someone Could Lose A Heart Tonight-Eddie Rabbit-Elektra-January
 19 Rosanna-Toto-Columbia-July
 20 Wasted On The Way-Crosby,Stills,Nash & Young-Atlantic-August
 21 Jack And Diane-John Cougar-Polygram-October
 22 '65 Love Affair-Paul Davis-Arista-May
 23 Don't You Want Me-Human League-A&M-July
 24 Somewhere Down The Road-Barry Manilow-Arista-February
 25 Gloria-Laura Branigan-Atlantic-December
 26 One Hundred Ways-Quincy Jones & James Ingramm-Warner Brothers-April
 27 One To One-Carole King-Atlantic-May
 28 Did It In A Minute-Daryl Hall & John Oates-RCA-May
 29 Always On My Mind-Willie Nelson-Columbia-June
 30 Even The Nights Are Better-Air Supply-Arista-September
 31 I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)-Daryl Hallo & John Oates-RCA-January
 32 Cool Night-Paul Davis-Arista-February
 33 My Guy-Sister Sledge-Cotillion-April
 34 I Keep Forgettin'-Michael McDonald-Warner Brothers-October
 35 Love Will Turn You Around-Kenny Rogers-Liberty-September
 36 I've Never Been To Me-Charlene-Motown-May
 37 Hold Me-Fleetwood Mac-Warner Brothers-August
 38 You Could Have Been With Me-Sheena Easton-EMI America-January 
 39 You Can Do Magic-America-Capitol-October
 40 Comin' In & Out Of Your Life-Barbra Streisand-Columbia-January
 41 Somebody's Baby-Jackson Browne-Elektra-October
 42 Only The Lonely-Motels-Capitol-May
 43 Take It Away-Paul McCartney & Wings-Columbia-August
 44 Shanghai Breezes-John Denver-RCA-May
 45 Be Mine Tonight-Neil Diamond-Columbia-July
 46 Take It Easy On Me-Little River Band-Capitol-March
 47 Love's Been A Little Hard On Me-Juice Newton-Capitol-July 
 48 The One You Love-Glenn Frey-Asylum-November
 49 Yesterday's Songs-Neil Diamond-Columbia-January
 50 Only Time Will Tell-Asia-Warner Brothers-September
 51 Any Day Now-Ronnie Milsap-RCA-July
 52 Seasons Of Gold-Gidea Park-Profile-January
 53 Heartbreaker-Dionne Warwick-Arista-December
 54 Hurts So Good-John Cougar-Riva-August
 55 Keep The Fire Burnin'-REO Speedwagon-Epic-August
 56 What's Forever For-Michael Murphy-Liberty-October 
 57 Come Go With Me-Beach Boys-Caribou-January
 58 Waiting For A Girl Like You-Foreigner-Atlantic-January
 59 Theme From "Hill Street Blues"-Michael Post & Larry Carlton-Elektra-January 
 60 Physical-Olivia Newton-MCA-January
 61 Open Arms-Journey-Columbia-March
 62 Theme From Magnum P.I.-Michael Post-Elektra-May
 63 Truly-Lionel Richie-Motown-December
 64 The Old Songs-Barry Manilow-Arista-January
 65 I Get Excited-Pointer Sisters-Planet-October
 66 Steppin' Out-Joe Jackson-A&M-December
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