00/00/71 — WABC 770 AM ( New York, New York )

WABC Radio's Top Hundred Hits Of 1971

1 Three Dog NightJoy To The World
2 The OsmondsOne Bad Apple
3 Rod StewartMaggie May
4 Carole KingIt's Too Late
5 DawnKnock Three Times
6 The RaidersIndian Reservation
7 Isaac HayesShaft
8 Honey ConeWant Ads
9 Marvin GayeWhat's Going On
10 The TemptationsJust My Imagination
11 The Jackson FiveNever Can Say Goodbye
12 Lynn AndersonRose Garden
13 Murray HeadSuperstar
14 CherGypsys, Tramps & Thieves
15 Jean KnightMr. Big Stuff
16 The CarpentersSuperstar
17 Donny OsmondGo Away Little Girl
18 Paul McCartneyUncle Albert / Admiral Halsey
19 Cornelius Brothers & Sister RoseTreat Her Like A Lady
20 Aretha FranklinSpanish Harlem
21 The Jackson FiveMama's Pearl
22 The Chi-LitesHave You Seen Her
23 The OsmondsYo Yo
24 The Fifth DimensionOne Less Bell To Answer
25 The Bee GeesHow Can You Mend A Broken Heart
26 OceanPut Your Hand In The Hand
27 Carole KingI Feel The Earth Move
28 Hamilton, Joe Frank & ReynoldsDon't Pull Your Love
29 George HarrisonMy Sweet Lord
30 The Partridge FamilyDoesn't Somebody Want To Be Wanted
31 The CarpentersRainy Days And Mondays
32 BellsStay A While
33 Sly & The Family StoneFamily Affair
34 Ike & Tina TurnerProud Mary
35 Honey ConeStick Up
36 The Bee GeesLonely Days
37 The CarpentersFor All We Know
38 The Rolling StonesBrown Sugar
39 John LennonImagine
40 Joan BaezNight They Drove Old Dixie Down
41 Marvin GayeMercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)
42 Aretha FranklinBridge Over Troubled Water
43 John DenverTake Me Home Country Road
44 Michael JacksonGot To Be There
45 Ringo StarrIt Don't Come Easy
46 Tom JonesShe's A Lady
47 Freda PayneBring The Boys Home
48 The Partridge FamilyI Think I Love You
49 James TaylorYou've Got A Friend
50 Bill WithersAin't No Sunshine
51 Perry ComoIt's Impossible
52 Andy WilliamsLove Story
53 The Undisputed TruthSmiling Faces Sometimes
54 James BrownHot Pants
55 Daddy DewdropChick A Boom
56 Neil DiamondI Am, I Said
57 SupremesStoned Love
58 Janis JoplinMe And Bobby McGee
59 BreadBaby I'm A Want You
60 Lee MichaelsDo You Know What I Mean
61 Tom ClayWhat The World Needs Now
62 Donny OsmondSweet & Innocent
63 Nitty Gritty Dirt BandMr. Bojangles
64 Tommy JamesDraggin' The Line
65 Rod StewartReason To Believe
66 Smokey Robinson & The MiraclesTears Of A Clown
67 ChicagoFree
68 Led ZeppelinImmigrant Song
69 Moody BluesStory In Your Eyes
70 Cat StevensPeace Train
71 Wilson PickettDon't Let The Green Grass Fool You
72 Dennis CoffeyScorpio
73 Isley BrothersLove The One You're With
74 SantanaBlack Magic Woman
75 The DramaticsWhatcha See Is Whatcha Get
76 Elton JohnYour Song
77 Gladys Knight & The PipsIf I Were Your Woman
78 Free MovementI've Found Someone Of My Own
79 The PersuadersThin Line Between Love And Hate
80 Carly SimonThat's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be
81 Eighth DayShe's Not Just Another Woman
82 Chairmen Of The BoardPay To The Piper
83 Denise LaSalleTrapped By A Thing Called Love
84 James BrownMake It Funky
85 David CassidyCherish
86 Jethro TullHymn 43
87 The WhoWon't Get Fooled Again
88 Beginning Of The EndFunky Nassau
89 MelanieBrand New Key
90 Aretha FranklinRock Steady
91 Barbra StreisandStoney End
92 Marvin GayeInner City Blues
93 Gordon LightfootIf You Could Read My Mind
94 Sonny & CherAll I Ever Need Is You
95 Paul McCartneyAnother Day
96 Supremes & Four TopsRiver Deep, Mountain High
97 Don McLeanAmerican Pie
98 Five Man Electrical BandSigns
99 Stevie WonderIf You Really Love Me
100 StampedersSweet City Woman

Pictured djs:
Harry Harrison
Ron Lundy
Dan Ingram
Bruce Morrow
Chuck Leonard
Frank Kingston Smith
Jay Reynolds

Survey courtesy of ManFromMars