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WABC'S (New York City) TOP 100 OF 1971 (station's survey) PDF Print E-mail
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Feb 24, 2017 at 01:45 AM

WABC'S (New York City) TOP 100 OF 1971 (station's survey)

Joy to the World

  2-ONE BAD APPLE-OSMONDS-MGM-February                                    
  3-MAGGIE MAY-ROD STEWART-MERCURY-October                                
  4-IT'S TOO LATE-CAROLE KING-Ode-July                                    
  6-INDIAN RESERVATION-RAIDERS-Columbia-July                                 
  7-THEME FROM "SHAFT"-ISAAC HAYES-Enterprise-December                       
  8-WANT ADS-Honey Cone-Hot Wax-June                                         
  9-WHAT'S GOING ON-Marvin Gaye-Tamla-April                                  
 10-JUST MY IMAGINATION-Temptations-Gordy-March                              
 11-Never Can Say Goodbye-Jackson Five-Motown-May                            
 12-Rose Garden-Lynn Anderson-Columbia-March                                 
 13-Superstar-Murray Head-Decca-April
 14-Gypsys,Tramps & Thieves-Cher-Kapp-November                               
 15-Mr.Big Stuff-Jean Knight-Stax-July                                       
 17-Go Away Little Girl-Donny Osmond-MGM-September                           
 18-Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey-Paul & Linda McCartney-Apple-September       
 19-Treat Her Like A Lady-Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose-UA-July
 20-Spanish Harlem-Aretha Franklin-Atlantic-August                           
 21-Mama's Pearl-Jackson Five-Motown-March                                   
 22-Have You Seen Her-Chi-Lites-Brunswick-November
 23-Yo Yo-Osmonds-MGM-October                                                
 24-One Less Bell To Answer-Fifth Dimension-Bell-January                     
 25-How Can You Mend A Broken Heart-Bee Gees-Atco-August                     
 26-Put Your Hand In The Hand-Ocean-Kama Sutra-May                           
 27-I Feel The Earth Move-Carole King-Ode-June
 28-Don't Pull Your Love-Hamilton,Joe,Frank & Reynolds-Dunhill-July          
 29-My Sweet Lord-George Harrison-Apple-January                              
 30-Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted-Partridge Family-Bell-March
 31-Rainy Days & Mondays-Carpenters-A&M-June                                 
 32-Stay Awhile-Bells-Polydor-May                                            
 33-Family Affair-Sly & The Family Stone-Epic-December                        
 34-Proud Mary-Ike & Tina Turner-Liberty-April                               
 35-Stick Up-Honey Cone-Hot Wax-September                                    
 36-Lonely Days-Bee Gees-Atco-January                                        
 37-For All We Know-Carpenters-A&M-March                                     
 38-Brown Sugar-Rolling Stones-Rolling Stone-June                            
 39-Imagine-John "Ono" Lennon-Apple-November                                 
 40-The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down-Joan Baez-Vanguard-September         
 41-Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)-Marvin Gaye-Tamla-September                 
 42-Bridge Over Troubled Water-Aretha Franklin-Atlantic-June                
 43-Take Me Home,Country Roads-John Denver-RCA-September                      
 44-Got To Be There-Michael Jackson-Motown-December                          
 45-It Don't Come Easy-Ringo Starr-Apple-June                                
 46-She's A Lady-Tom Jones-Parrot-April                                      
 47-Bring The Boys Home-Freda Payne-Invictus-July 
 48-I Think I Love You-Partridge Family-Bell-January
 49-You've Got A Friend-James Taylor-Warner Brothers-July                    
 50-Ain't No Sunshine-Bill Withers-Sussex-September                          
 51-It's Impossible-Perry Como-RCA-January                                   
 52-Theme From Love Story-Andy Williams-Columbia-April                       
 53-Smiling Faces Sometimes-Undisputed Truth-Gordy-September                 
 54-Hot Pants-James Brown-Polydor-August                                     
 55-Chick A Boom-Daddy Dewdrop-Sunflower-June                                
 56-I Am...I Said-Neil Diamond-Uni-May                                       
 57-Stoned Love-Supremes-Motown-January                                      
 58-Me & Bobby McGee-Janis Joplin-Columbia-March                             
 59-Baby I'm A Want You-Bread-Elektra-December                               
 60-Do You Know What I Mean-Lee Michaels-A&M-November                        
 61-What The World Needs Now-Tom Clay-Mowest-August                          
 62-Sweet And Innocent-Donny Osmond-MGM-July                                 
 63-Mr.Bojangles-Nitty Gritty Dirt Band-United Artist-February               
 64-Draggin' The Line-Tommy James-Roulette-August                            
 65-Reason To Believe-Rod Stewart-Mercury-October
 66-Tears Of A Clown-Miracles-Tamla-January
 68-Immigrant Song-Led Zeppelin-Atlantic-January
 69-Story In Your Eyes-Moody Blues-Deram-September
 70-Peace Train-Cat Stevens-A&M-November 
 71-Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You-Wilson Pickett-Atlantic-March         
 72-Scorpio-Dennis Coffey-Sussex-December                                    
 73-Love The One Your With-Isley Brothers-T Neck-July
 74-Black Magic Woman-Santana-Columbia-January                               
 75-Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get-Dramatics-Volt-September                      
 76-Your Song-Elton John-Uni-January                                         
 77-If I Were Your Woman-Gladys Knight & Pips-Buddah-January                 
 78-I've Found Someone Of My Own-Free Movement-Decca-November                
 79-Thin Line Between Love And Hate-Persuaders-Atco-September                
 80-That's The Way I Heard It Should Be-Carly Simon-Elektra-July             
 81-She's Not Just Another Woman-Eighth Day-Invictus-July                    
 82-Pay To The Piper-Chairmen Of The Board-Invictus-January                  
 83-Trapped By A Thing Called Love-Denise La Salle-Westbound-October         
 84-Make It Funky-James Brown-September
 85-Cherish-David Cassidy-Bell-December
 86-Aqualung-Jethro Tull-Reprise-September
 87-Won't Get Fooled Again-Who-Decca-September
 88-Funky Nassau Part I-Beginning Of The End-Atlantic-June                   
 89-A Brand New Key-Melanie-Neighborhood-December
 90-Rock Steady-Aretha Franklin-Atlantic-December    
 91-Stoney End-Barbra Streisand-Columbia-February
 92-Inner City Blues-Marvin Gaye-Tamla-November                              
 93-If You Could Read My Mind-Gordon Lightfoot-Reprise-March                 
 94-All I Ever Need Is You-Sonny & Cher-Kapp-December 
 95-Another Day-Paul McCartney-Apple-April 
 96-River Deep,Mountain High-Supremes & Four Tops-Motown-January             
 97-American Pie-Don McLean-United Artist-December
 98-Signs-Five Man Electrical Band-Lionel-September                          
 99-If You Really Love Me-Stevie Wonder-September                            
100-Sweet City Woman-Stampeders-Bell-October                                 

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