1971-09-01 — WMAK 1300 AM ( Nashville, Tennessee )


September 1, 1971

12 Paul And Linda McCartneyUncle Albert/Admiral Halsey6
21 Donny OsmondGo Away Little Girl5
35 Joan BaezThe Night They Drove Old Dixie Down4
43 The Undisputed TruthSmiling Faces Sometimes6
56 Bill WithersAin't No Sunshine6
611 Mac And Katie KissoonChirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep
715 Lee MichaelsDo You Know What I Mean5
84 Three Dog NightLiar
925 Rod StewartMaggie May
1013 The StampedersSweet City Woman5
1116 The Honey ConeStick-Up5
1217 The Partridge Family (Starring Shirley Jones; Featuring David Cassidy)I Woke Up In Love This Morning4
137 The Bee GeesHow Can You Mend A Broken Heart12
1419 Aretha FranklinSpanish Harlem4
159 Olivia Newton-JohnIf Not For You
1612 Creedence Clearwater RevivalSweet Hitch-Hiker8
1710 Rare EarthI Just Want To Celebrate8
1822 The WhoWon't Get Fooled Again6
1928 The Poppy FamilyWhere Evil Grows
208 The DoorsRiders On The Storm7
2131 Tommy RoeStagger Lee4
2234 Carole KingSo Far Away
2314 Jean KnightMr. Big Stuff
2426 The Guess WhoRain Dance
25-- The OsmondsYo-Yo1
2630 Stevie WonderIf You Really Love Me
2733 The DramaticsWhatcha See Is Whatcha Get5
2835 The Free MovementI've Found Someone Of My Own
2923 DuskI Hear Those Church Bells RingingCreated as a female led counterpoint to Dawn. Featuring Peggy Santiglia of the Angels.
3032 Barbra StreisandWhere You Lead5
3136 Twiggy & FriendsZoo De Zoo ZongA sure sign of the apocalypse: Twiggy recorded 10 albums & 17 singles, a few of which actually charted
3237 Paul StookeyWedding Song (There Is Love)
33-- CarpentersSuperstar1Leon Russell-Bonnie Bramlett song
3438 Kris KristoffersonLoving Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)
3539 WarAll Day Music
3640 Diana RossSurrender
37-- Gayle McCormickIt's A Cryin' Shame1
38-- The Moody BluesThe Story In Your Eyes1
39-- The BroodRide The Bus1
40-- Stephen StillsMarianne1
HB CymarronValerie
HB The Nite-LitersK-Jee
HB The New Colony SixRoll On


 John Lennon/Plastic Ono BandImagineFeature Album

The RAIDERS, who brought “Indian Reservation”
back to life, and sold over 2 million records doing it.
Note: This was to be a Mark Lindsay solo record,
until Paul Revere crisscrossed the country promoting it.

Rod Stewart’s “Every Picture Tells A Story”, is the
biggest album in Nashville this week… and “Maggie
May” is on the way to a #1 record.