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


July 7, 1971

1 Hamilton, Joe Frank & ReynoldsDon't Pull Your Love
20 Stephen StillsChange Partners
21 Freda PayneBring The Boys Home
23 The StylisticsStop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart)
26 ChicagoBeginnings
27 ChaseGet It On
29 Bob DylanWatching The River Flow
30 Joe CockerHigh Time We Went
31 Bobby GoldsboroCome Back Home
33 The Isley BrothersLove The One You're With
34 The Rolling StonesWild Horses
36 Graham NashChicago
37 Olivia Newton-JohnIf Not For You
38 Three Dog NightLiar
39 Tom JonesResurrection Shuffle
19 B.J. ThomasMighty Clouds Of Joy
18 The Beginning Of The EndFunky Nassau-Part I
17 CarpentersRainy Days And Mondays
4 Dave And Ansil CollinsDouble Barrel
5 Tommy JamesDraggin' The Line
6 The Grass RootsSooner Or Later
7 Carole KingIt's Too Late
40 LoboShe Didn't Do Magic
8 The Guess WhoAlbert Flasher
9 The 8th DayShe's Not Just Another Woman
10 Delaney & Bonnie & FriendsNever Ending Song Of Love
16 Jean KnightMr. Big Stuff
14 DawnSummer Sand
13 The Bee GeesHow Can You Mend A Broken Heart
11 CymarronRings
35 DuskI Hear Those Church Bells RingingCreated as a female led counterpoint to Dawn. Featuring Peggy Santiglia of the Angels.
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. (
2 James TaylorYou've Got A FriendSong Carole King wrote for JT in response to “Fire & Rain”
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.

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