1971-07-07 — WMAK 1300 AM ( Nashville, Tennessee )


July 7, 1971

8 The Guess WhoAlbert Flasher
26 ChicagoBeginnings
21 Freda PayneBring The Boys Home
20 Stephen StillsChange Partners
36 Graham NashChicago
31 Bobby GoldsboroCome Back Home
1 Hamilton, Joe Frank & ReynoldsDon't Pull Your Love
4 Dave And Ansil CollinsDouble Barrel
5 Tommy JamesDraggin' The Line
18 The Beginning Of The EndFunky Nassau-Part I
27 ChaseGet It On
30 Joe CockerHigh Time We Went
13 The Bee GeesHow Can You Mend A Broken Heart
35 DuskI Hear Those Church Bells RingingCreated as a female led counterpoint to Dawn. Featuring Peggy Santiglia of the Angels.
37 Olivia Newton-JohnIf Not For You
12 RaidersIndian Reservation (The Lament Of The Cherokee Reservation Indian)Well, 1 Raider, anyway. This was to be a Mark Lindsay solo record. Until Paul Revere crisscrossed the country promoting it.
7 Carole KingIt's Too Late
38 Three Dog NightLiar
33 The Isley BrothersLove The One You're With
19 B.J. ThomasMighty Clouds Of Joy
16 Jean KnightMr. Big Stuff
10 Delaney & Bonnie & FriendsNever Ending Song Of Love
17 CarpentersRainy Days And Mondays
39 Tom JonesResurrection Shuffle
11 CymarronRings
40 LoboShe Didn't Do Magic
9 The 8th DayShe's Not Just Another Woman
6 The Grass RootsSooner Or Later
23 The StylisticsStop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart)
14 DawnSummer Sand
3 John DenverTake Me Home, Country RoadsFat City: Husband & wife *Bill Danoff & *Taffy Nivert who wrote the song, which Denver adapted (cont in Goodies)
32 Fancy FriendsThinkin' About Me, Thinkin' About YouOur fancy friend, Mindy Dalton, lead singer & writer for the *Feminine Complex, the best female group to come out of Nashtown. (
29 Bob DylanWatching The River Flow
34 The Rolling StonesWild Horses
2 James TaylorYou've Got A FriendSong Carole King wrote for JT in response to “Fire & Rain”

Survey notes: Survey missing; recreated from 7/14.
Songs at the missing chart position numbers are unknown.
HB: (unknown)
FA: (unknown)
Cover: (unknown)