1972-10-21 — WKDA 103.3 FM ( Nashville, Tennessee )


WKDA FM 103.3
WEEK ENDING 10/21/72

WKDA FM 103.3
NASHVILLE’S STEREO ROCK

TWLW ARTISTTITLEWKSNOTES
11 The Moody BluesNights In White Satin7(Deram) Re-release of song originally recorded & released in ‘67
24 Seals & CroftsSummer Breeze(Warner Bros.)
35 Arlo GuthrieThe City Of New Orleans(Reprise)
42 Helen ReddyI Am Woman(Capitol)
53 Johnny NashI Can See Clearly Now7(Epic)
610 Curtis MayfieldFreddie's Dead (Theme From "Superfly")(Curtom)
76 Rod StewartYou Wear It Well11(Mercury)
8 Mel And TimStarting All Over Again(Stax)
9-- Sam NeelyLoving You Just Crossed My Mind(Capitol)
10-- Jim CroceOperator (That's Not The Way It Feels)(Dunhill)
--7 Leon RussellTight Rope(Shelter)
--8 Bill WithersUse Me10(Sussex)
--9 EaglesWitchy Woman10(Asylum)
---- The Doobie BrothersListen To The Music(Warner Bros.)
---- Danny O'KeefeGood Time Charlie's Got The Blues(Signpost)
-- Rick Nelson And The Stone Canyon BandGarden Party10(Decca)
---- Elton JohnHonky Cat(Uni)
---- The WhoJoin Together(Decca)
---- The Main IngredientEverybody Plays The Fool10(RCA)
---- David BowieMoonage Daydream(RCA)
---- Danny HolienColorado(Tumbleweed)
---- Joe Cocker And The Chris Stainton BandMidnight Rider7(A&M)
---- Cornelius Brothers & Sister RoseDon't Ever Be Lonely (A Poor Little Fool Like Me)7(U.A.)
---- Michael MurpheyGeronimo's Cadillac6(A&M)
---- Grand Funk RailroadRock 'N Roll Soul6(Grand Funk)
---- The WhoLet's See Action(Track) This single was released in Oct. ’71. Townsend included #16 as "Nothing Is Everything (Let's See Action)" (cont in Goodi
---- The WhoWhen I Was A Boy(Track) (see note above)
---- Jackie DeShannonParadise(ATCO)
---- National LampoonDeteriorata(Banana/Blue Thumb)
---- Alice CooperElected(Warner Bros.)
---- YesAnd You And I (Part I)(Atlantic)
---- Donny HathawayI Love You More Than You'll Ever Know(ATCO)
---- BulldogNo(Decca) Featuring Gene Cornish & Dino Danelli, formerly of the Rascals
---- Van MorrisonRedwood Tree(Warner Bros.)
---- Cashman & WestAmerican City Suite(Dunhill)
---- The SpinnersI'll Be Around(Atlantic)
---- Albert HammondIt Never Rains In Southern California(Mums)
---- White DuckCarry Love(Uni) Local band featuring John Hiatt. Produced by Buzz Cason.
---- Al GreenYou Ought To Be With Me(Hi)
---- J.J. CaleLies(Shelter)
---- Commander Cody & His Lost Planet AirmenMama Hated Diesels(Paramount)
-- Neil DiamondWalk On Water(Uni)
-- The HolliesLong Dark Road(Epic)
-- Artie KaplanHarmony(Hopi)
-- Joni MitchellYou Turn Me On, I'm A Radio(Atlantic)
-- Cat StevensSitting(A&M) Some song called “Crab Dance” was on the “B” side of “Sitting”. “Angelsea” was never (cont in Goodies)
-- Cat StevensAngelsea(A&M) (see note above)
-- Jethro TullLiving In The Past(Chrysalis)
-- Kenny Loggins And Jim MessinaYour Mama Don't Dance(Columbia)


ALBUM CHARTS

TWLW ARTISTALBUMWKSNOTES
11 The Moody BluesDays Of Future Passed(Deram) Re-release of album from ’67, spurred on by “Nights in White Satin”
23 YesClose To The Edge(Atlantic)
32 Leon RussellCarney(Shelter)
45 Curtis Mayfield"Superfly" Movie Soundtrack(Curtom)
56 Seals & CroftsSummer Breeze(Warner Bros.)
69 Cat StevensCatch Bull At Four(A&M)
710 George CarlinClass Clown(Little David)
84 The BandRock Of Ages(Capitol)
9-- Emerson, Lake And PalmerTrilogy(Cotillion)
10-- J. Geils Band"Live" - Full House(Atlantic)
--7 Rod StewartNever A Dull Moment(Mercury)
--8 The Beach BoysWow! Great Concert!(Pickwick) abridged reissue of Capitol album “Beach Boys Concert” from ’64.
---- Elton JohnHonky Chateau(Uni)
---- Commander Cody & His Lost Planet AirmenHot Licks, Cold Steel & Truckers Favorites(Paramount)
---- Carlos Santana & Buddy MilesCarlos Santana & Buddy Miles! Live!(Columbia)
---- ChicagoChicago V(Columbia)
---- Jethro TullThick As A Brick(Warner Bros.)
---- Three Dog NightSeven Separate Fools(Dunhill)
---- The Rolling StonesExile On Main St.(Rolling Stones)
---- Cheech & ChongBig Bambu(A&M)
---- The Allman Brothers BandEat A Peach(Capitol)
---- Cashman & WestA Song Or Two(Dunhill)
---- Help YourselfStrange Affair(U.A.)
---- SladeSlade Alive!(Polydor)
---- Jimi HendrixWar Heroes(Barclay)
---- Joe WalshBarnstorm(Dunhill)
---- John McLaughlinExtrapolation(Polydor) (see note #6 3/3/73)
---- National LampoonRadio Dinner(Banana/Blue Thumb)
---- Cactus'Ot 'N' Sweaty(ATCO)
---- Various ArtistsMar Y Sol: The First International Puerto Rico Pop Festival(ATCO)
---- Big Star#1 Record(Ardent)
---- Ten Years AfterRock & Roll Music To The World(Columbia)
---- Dianne DavidsonMountain Mama(Janus)
---- Black SabbathBlack Sabbath, Vol. 4(Warner Bros.)
---- Richie HavensRichie Havens On Stage(Stormy Forest)
---- Steely DanCan't Buy A Thrill(Dunhill)
---- LindisfarneDingly Dell(Elektra)
---- Harry ChapinSniper And Other Love Songs(Elektra)
---- John MayallMoving On(Polydor)
-- David BowieThe Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars(RCA)
-- FamilyBandstand(U.A.)
-- Elephants MemoryElephants Memory(Apple)
-- Mom's Apple PieMom's Apple Pie(Brown Bag)
-- West, Bruce & LaingWhy Dontcha(Columbia)
-- Delaney BramlettSome Things Coming(Columbia)
-- SantanaCaravanserai(Columbia)

Format more accurately: AOR hybrid

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Survey notes:
Starting 10/14, or earlier, only top 10 songs numbered
and no lw.
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Personal note: I’ve said some unpleasant things about
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