1972-09-09 — WKDA 103.3 FM ( Nashville, Tennessee )

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14 Elton JohnHonky Cat(Uni)
25 GladstoneA Piece Of Paper(Dunhill)
38 Rick Nelson And The Stone Canyon BandGarden Party4(Decca)
41 Three Dog NightBlack And White(Dunhill) Written in '54 in response to Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case
59 EaglesWitchy Woman4(Asylum)
611 Gary GlitterRock And Roll Part 15(Bell)
611 Gary GlitterRock And Roll Part 25(Bell)
720 Danny O'KeefeGood Time Charlie's Got The Blues(Signpost)
821 The RaspberriesGo All The Way(Capitol)
918 Bill WithersUse Me4(Sussex)
102 ChicagoSaturday In The Park(Columbia)
1112 The WhoJoin Together(Decca)
1226 Helen ReddyI Am Woman(Capitol)
1317 Rod StewartYou Wear It Well5(Mercury)
1317 Rod StewartTrue Blue5(Mercury) Not the Madonna song
143 BreadThe Guitar Man(Elektra)
1529 Leon RussellTight Rope(Shelter)
166 Jim CroceYou Don't Mess Around With Jim(ABC)
177 The HolliesLong Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)12(Epic)
1819 The Main IngredientEverybody Plays The Fool4(RCA)
1910 The Bee GeesRun To Me(ATCO)
2025 Danny HolienColorado(Tumbleweed)
21-- Johnny NashI Can See Clearly Now1(Epic) LW: NS?
22-- The Moody BluesNights In White Satin1(Deram) LW: NS? From “Days of Future Past” ’67, originally released as a single at that time
2314 Jackson BrowneRock Me On The Water(Asylum)
2427 David BowieMoonage Daydream(RCA) Film in theaters as I type this 10.4.22
2528 Carlos Santana & Buddy MilesThem Changes(Columbia)
2630 Arlo GuthrieThe City Of New Orleans(Reprise)
2723 PocoGood Feeling To Know(Epic)
2816 YesAmerica5(Atlantic)
29-- Joe Cocker And The Chris Stainton BandMidnight Rider1(A&M) LW: NS?
30-- Cornelius Brothers & Sister RoseDon't Ever Be Lonely (A Poor Little Fool Like Me)1(UA) LW: NS?
-- Grand Funk RailroadRock 'N Roll Soul(Grand Funk)
-- Michael MurpheyGeronimo's Cadillac(A&M)
-- The Chi-LitesA Lonely Man(Brunswick)
-- Tony ColeSuite: Man And Woman(20th Century) Branko Bernard Miler, Australian https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Cole_(musician)


1 Leon RussellCarney(Shelter)
2 Elton JohnHonky Chateau(Uni)
3 Carlos Santana & Buddy MilesCarlos Santana & Buddy Miles! Live!(Columbia)
4 Rod StewartNever A Dull Moment(Mercury)
5 The Rolling StonesExile On Main St.(Rolling Stones)
6 ChicagoChicago V(Columbia)
7 Alice CooperSchool's Out(Warner Bros.)
8 Jethro TullThick As A Brick18(Warner Bros.) Chart movement: 5/6 NR, 5/13 #2, 5/20 #1, 6/24 #2, 8/12 #9, 8/19 #9, TW: #8
9 Cheech & ChongBig Bambu(A&M)
10 The BandRock Of Ages(Capitol)
-- Emerson, Lake And PalmerTrilogy(Cotillion)
-- Jefferson AirplaneLong John Silver(Grunt)
-- The Allman Brothers BandEat A Peach(Capricorn)
-- Three Dog NightSeven Separate Fools(Dunhill)
-- EaglesEagles(Asylum)
-- Uriah HeepDemons And Wizards(Mercury)
-- Simon & GarfunkelSimon & Garfunkel's Greatest Hits(Columbia)
-- Dan Hicks & His Hot LicksStriking It Rich(Blue Thumb)
-- NilssonSon Of Schmilsson(RCA)
-- Curved AirPhantasmagoria(Warner Bros.)
-- Tom PaxtonPeace Will Come(Reprise)
-- Van MorrisonSaint Dominic's Preview(Warner Bros.)
-- Seals & CroftsSummer Breeze(Warner Bros.)
-- Curtis Mayfield"Superfly" Movie Soundtrack(Curtom)
-- Gilbert O'SullivanGilbert O'Sullivan-Himself(London)
-- T. RexThe Slider(Warner Bros.)
-- Rory GallagherLive! In Europe(Polydor)
-- The Guess WhoLive At The Paramount (Seattle)(RCA)
-- Capability BrownFrom Scratch(Charisma)
-- The KinksEverybody's In Show-Biz(RCA)
-- John David SoutherJohn David Souther(Asylum)
-- Commander Cody & His Lost Planet AirmenHot Licks, Cold Steel & Truckers Favorites(Paramount)
-- Cashman & WestA Song Or Two(Dunhill)
-- Python Lee JacksonIn A Broken Dream(Crescendo)
-- The Beach BoysLive In London(Capitol) I’m guessing: Capitol (UK) ’70. Released in US in ’76. “Wow! Great Concert” was a (cont in Goodies)
-- Bobby KeysBobby Keys(Warner Bros.)
-- Atomic RoosterMade In England(Elektra) Included Carl Palmer & Ginger Baker at different times
-- Tim BuckleyGreetings From L.A.(Warner Bros.)
-- Help YourselfStrange Affair(UA)
-- Mac DavisBaby Don't Get Hooked On Me(Columbia)
-- SladeSlade Alive!(Polydor)
-- Jimi HendrixWar Heroes(Barclay)
-- Joe WalshBarnstorm(Dunhill)
-- John McLaughlinExtrapolation(Polydor) (see note #6 3/3/73)

Format more accurately: AOR hybrid

Note: J, say hey to your boy Jim Escue

Album note cont:
(Un) #25 ’72 Pickwick reissue of “Beach Boys Concert” from ’64. “In Concert” ’73.