WABC MusicRadio 77 Survey for Week of 28 November 1972
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Survey collected and contributed by Ken Williamson
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TW SUPER SINGLES: LW 1. I Can See Clearly Now - Johnny Nash (Epic) *3 weeks #1* 1 2. If You Don't Know Me By Now - Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes (Philadelphia International) 3 3. I Am Woman - Helen Reddy (Capitol) 6 4. Papa Was a Rollin' Stone - The Temptations (Gordy) 4 5. I'd Love You to Want Me - Lobo (Big Tree) 5 6. I'll Be Around - The Spinners (Atlantic) 2 7. Summer Breeze - Seals & Crofts (Warner Brothers) 8 8. Me and Mrs. Jones - Billy Paul (Philadelphia International)11 9. You Ought to Be With Me - Al Green (Hi) 10 10. Nights in White Satin - The Moody Blues (Deram) 7 11. Clair - Gilbert O'Sullivan (MAM) 18 12. Garden Party - Rick Nelson (Decca) 9 13. I'm Stone In Love With You - The Stylistics (Avco) 16 14. It Never Rains in Southern California - Albert Hammond (Mums) 13 SINGLES: 16. Listen to the Music - The Doobie Brothers (Warner Brothers)12 17. Ventura Highway - America (Warner Brothers) 22 21. Superfly - Curtis Mayfield (Curtom) 24 22. Rockin' Pneumonia - Boogie Woogie Flu - Johnny Rivers (UA) 26 24. Keeper of the Castle - The Four Tops (Dunhill) -- 26. Something's Wrong With Me - Austin Roberts (Chelsea) 36 28. Sweet Surrender - Bread (Elektra) 43 31. Corner of the Sky - The Jackson 5 (Motown) 34 32. I Wanna Be With You - The Raspberries (Capitol) HP 40. You're So Vain - Carly Simon (Elektra) HP HP Sitting - Cat Stevens (A&M) ACTION ALBUMS: Superfly - Curtis Mayfield (Curtom) Catch Bull at Four - Cat Stevens (A&M) Seventh Sojourn - The Moody Blues (Threshold) Days of Future Passed - The Moody Blues (Deram) Chicago V - Chicago (Columbia) All Directions - The Temptations (Gordy) Rhymes and Reasons - Carole King (Ode) Chuck Leonard 10:30PM-Midnight Mon-Fri 10:30AM - 4:30PM Sun SPECIAL NOTE: Chuck Berry's "My Ding-a-Ling" reaches the end of its run on crosstown rival WWDJ, finishing at #30 (after spending five weeks at #1). The record was never played by WABC after an initial two-day airing. The record was reportedly banned after the wife of an executive at WABC (or corporate parent, ABC) demanded that it be taken off the air.
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