WABC MusicRadio 77 Survey for Week of 18 March 1975
Courtesy of the WABC Musicradio 77
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Survey collected and contributed by Ken Williamson
For more information contact Allan Sniffen
TW LW 1. Lady Marmalade - LaBelle (Epic) *1 week #1* 4 2. Lovin' You - Minnie Riperton (Epic) 3 3. My Eyes Adored You - Frankie Valli (Private Stock) 1 4. Have You Never Been Mellow - Olivia Newton-John (MCA) 2 5. Black Water - The Doobie Brothers (Warner Brothers) 5 6. Shame, Shame, Shame - Shirley & Company (Vibration) 7 7. Express - B.T. Express (Roadshow) 9 8. Once You Get Started - Rufus featuring Chaka Khan (ABC) 15 9. Lady - Styx (Wooden Nickel) 11 10. Supernatural Thing, Part 1 - Ben E. King (Atlantic) 14 11. Pick Up the Pieces - Average White Band (Atlantic) 6 12. Best of My Love - The Eagles (Asylum) 8 13. What Am I Gonna Do With You -Barry White (20th Century) 12 14. No No Song - Ringo Starr (Apple) 23 15. Hijack - Herbie Mann (Atlantic) -- 16. Philadelphia Freedom - The Elton John Band (MCA) 29 19. L-O-V-E (Love) - Al Green (Hi) 22 22. Poetry Man - Phoebe Snow (Shelter) -- 23. You Are So Beautiful - Joe Cocker (A&M) HP 33. Don't Call Us, We'll Call You - Sugarloaf/Jerry Corbetta (Claridge) -- 44. He Don't Love You (Like I Love You) - Tony Orlando & Dawn (Elektra) HP Get Dancin' - Disco-Tex & his Sex-O-Lettes (Chelsea) Never Can Say Goodbye - Gloria Gaynor (MGM) Laughter In the Rain - Neil Sedaka (Rocket) Please Mr. Postman - The Carpenters (A&M) Doctor's Orders - Carol Douglas (Midland International) Mandy - Barry Manilow (Bell) Fire - The Ohio Players (Mercury) You're No Good - Linda Ronstadt (Capitol) SPECIAL NOTE: This week, the printed playlists include a new category: Recurrent or "New Gold," songs that have recently concluded their chart run and have dropped off the survey. WABC brings them back or continues to play them for a few weeks in this category, which are listed under the current songs (those with numbers) on this survey. This category of songs will now be included on WABC's printed surveys, with intermittent gaps, through the end of the decade.
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