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WPOP'S (Hartford,Conn.) TOP SINGLES OF 1971 (station's survey) PDF Print E-mail
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Sep 24, 2016 at 10:02 PM

WPOP'S (Hartford,Conn.) TOP SINGLES OF 1971 (station's survey)

Joy to the World

  2-MAGGIE MAY-ROD STEWART-MERCURY-October                                
  3-IT'S TOO LATE-CAROLE KING-Ode-July                                    
  4-THEME FROM "SHAFT"-ISAAC HAYES-Enterprise-December                       
  5-INDIAN RESERVATION-RAIDERS-Columbia-July                                 
  6-HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART-BEE GEES-Atco-August                     
  7-ONE BAD APPLE-OSMONDS-MGM-February                                    
  8-GO AWAY LITTLE GIRL-Donny Osmond-MGM-September                           
  9-KNOCK THREE TIMES-Tony Orlando & Dawn-Bell-January                       
 10-TAKE ME HOME,COUNTRY ROADS-John Denver-RCA-September                     
 11-She's A Lady-Tom Jones-Parrot-April                                      
 12-Just My Imagination-Temptations-Gordy-March                              
 13-I've Found Someone Of My Own-Free Movement-Decca-November                
 14-Treat Her Like A Lady-Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose-UA-July              
 15-Brown Sugar-Rolling Stones-Rolling Stone-June                            
 16-Ain't No Sunshine-Bill Withers-Sussex-September                          
 17-You've Got A Friend-James Taylor-Warner Brothers-July                    
 18-Signs-Five Man Electrical Band-Lionel-September                          
 19-Want Ads-Honey Cone-Hot Wax-June                                         
 20-Don't Pull Your Love-Hamilton,Joe,Frank & Reynolds-Dunhill-July          
 21-Never Can Say Goodbye-Jackson Five-Motown-May                            
 22-The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down-Joan Baez-Vanguard-September         
 23-Sweet And Innocent-Donny Osmond-MGM-July                                 
 24-Put Your Hand In The Hand-Ocean-Kama Sutra-May                           
 25-Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey-Paul & Linda McCartney-Apple-September       
 26-Smiling Faces Sometimes-Undisputed Truth-Gordy-September                 
 27-My Sweet Lord-George Harrison-Apple-January                              
 28-Doesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted-Partridge Family-Bell-March             
 30-Draggin' The Line-Tommy James-Roulette-August                            
 31-Me & Bobby McGee-Janis Joplin-Columbia-March  
 32-Amos Moses-Jerry Reed-RCA-April
 33-For All We Know-Carpenters-A&M-March                                     
 34-It Don't Come Easy-Ringo Starr-Apple-June                                
 35-Mr.Big Stuff-Jean Knight-Stax-July 
 36-Sweet Mary-Wadsworth Mansion-Sussex-March
 37-Tired Of Being Alone-Al Green-November
 38-Temptation Eyes-Grass Roots-Dunhill-April
 39-If You Could Read My Mind-Gordon Lightfoot-Reprise-March                 
 40-I Woke Up In Love-Partridge Family-Bell-October
 41-So Far Away-Carole King-Ode-October
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