1972-11-11 — WKDA 103.3 FM ( Nashville, Tennessee )

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1 AmericaVentura Highway(Warner Bros.)
2 Billy Lee RileyI Got A Thing About You BabyEntrance
3 Seals & CroftsSummer Breeze(Warner Bros.)
4 Jethro TullLiving In The Past(Warner Bros.)
5 Jim CroceOperator (That's Not The Way It Feels)(Dunhill)
6 ChicagoDialogue (Part I & II)(Columbia)
7 BreadSweet Surrender(Elektra) *
8 Cat StevensSitting(A&M) Some song called “Crab Dance” was on the “B” side of “Sitting”. “Angelsea” was never (cont in Goodies)
8 Cat StevensAngelsea(A&M) (see note above); I can’t believe the typist can’t spell MY FAVORITE CS/YUSUF SONG!!!
9 Carole KingBitter With The Sweet(Ode)
10 King HarvestDancing In The Moonlight(Perceptioon)
-- The Moody BluesNights In White Satin10(Deram) Re-release of song originally recorded & released in ‘67
-- Arlo GuthrieThe City Of New Orleans(Reprise)
-- The SpinnersI'll Be Around(Atlantic)
-- Mel And TimStarting All Over Again(Stax)
-- Johnny NashI Can See Clearly Now10(Epic)
-- Albert HammondIt Never Rains In Southern California(Mums)
-- Sam NeelyLoving You Just Crossed My Mind(Capitol)
-- Curtis MayfieldFreddie's Dead (Theme From "Superfly")(Curtom)
-- David BowieMoonage Daydream(RCA)
-- Joe Cocker And The Chris Stainton BandMidnight Rider10(A&M)
-- Michael MurpheyGeronimo's Cadillac9(A&M)
-- Cashman & WestAmerican City Suite(Dunhill)
-- Al GreenYou Ought To Be With Me(Hi)
-- J.J. CaleLies(Shelter)
-- Neil DiamondWalk On Water(Uni)
-- Joni MitchellYou Turn Me On, I'm A Radio(Atlantic)
-- Rod StewartAngel(Mercury) Jimi Hendrix song
-- Rod StewartLost Paraguayos(Mercury)
-- The Bee GeesAlive(ATCO) * + it’s a terrible song
-- AudienceIndian Summer(Elektra) Originally on “The House on the Hill" ‘71
-- ZephyrHigh-Flying Bird(Warner Bros.)
-- The Isley BrothersWork To Do(T-Neck)
-- Looking GlassGolden Rainbow(Epic)
-- Delbert & GlenI Received A Letter(Clean) (Local boys, originally Texans) McClinton & Clark http://www.glenclarkmusic.com/
-- Dr. Hook And The Medicine ShowThe Cover Of "Rolling Stone"(Columbia)
-- Curtis MayfieldFreddie's Dead (Theme From "Superfly")(Curtom)
-- Dianne DavidsonAin't Gonna Be Treated This Way(Janus)
-- PlainsongYo-Yo Man(Elektra)
-- David BowieThe Jean Genie(RCA)
-- Three Dog NightPieces Of April(Dunhill)
-- Edgar Winter GroupRound & Round(Epic)
-- Steely DanDo It Again(Dunhill)
-- MaloLatin Bugaloo(Warner Bros.) featuring Carlos Santana’s brother, Jorge


1 Jethro TullLiving In The Past(Warner Bros.)
2 Carole KingRhymes & Reasons(Ode) Likely the first CK album for which “Ode 70” was simplified to “Ode”
3 Cat StevensCatch Bull At Four(A&M)
4 Seals & CroftsSummer Breeze(Warner Bros.)
5 The Moody BluesSeventh Sojourn(Threshold)
6 David BowieThe Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars(RCA)
7 YesClose To The Edge(Atlantic)
8 SantanaCaravanserai(Columbia)
9 Curtis Mayfield"Superfly" Movie Soundtrack(Curtom)
10 Leon RussellCarney(Shelter)
-- Jethro TullThick As A Brick(Warner Bros.)
-- George CarlinClass Clown(Little David)
-- The Moody BluesDays Of Future Passed(Deram) (not Threshold yet) Re-release of album from ’67, spurred on by “Nights in White Satin”
-- The BandRock Of Ages(Columbia)
-- Emerson, Lake And PalmerTrilogy(Cotillion)
-- J. Geils Band"Live" - Full House(Atlantic) Unrelated to the tv show (thank God)
-- Rod StewartNever A Dull Moment(Mercury)
-- 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)
-- ChicagoChicago V(Columbia)
-- Three Dog NightSeven Separate Fools(Dunhill)
-- Cheech & ChongBig Bambu(Ode) Distributed by A&M
-- Cashman & WestA Song Or Two(Dunhill)
-- Ten Years AfterRock & Roll Music To The World(Columbia)
-- Dianne DavidsonMountain Mama(Janus)
-- Black SabbathBlack Sabbath, Vol. 4(Warner Bros.)
-- John MayallMoving On(Polydor)
-- Elephants MemoryElephants Memory(Apple)
-- Mom's Apple PieMom's Apple Pie(Brown Bag)
-- West, Bruce & LaingWhy Dontcha(Columbia)
-- MaloDos(Warner Bros.)
-- Gordon LightfootOld Dan's Records(Warner Bros.)
-- Ry CooderBoomer's Story(Warner Bros.)
-- David BowieSpace Oddity(RCA)
-- Mott The HoopleAll The Young Dudes1(Columbia)
-- Kenny Loggins And Jim MessinaLoggins And Messina1(Columbia)
-- Steve Miller BandAnthology1(Capitol)
-- John EntwistleWhistle Rymes1(Decca)
-- WarThe World Is A Ghetto(U.A.)
-- Soundtrack (Television)All In The Family 2nd Album(Atlantic)
-- REO SpeedwagonR.E.O. T.W.O.(Epic)
-- Kris KristoffersonJesus Was A Capricorn(Monument)
-- Blue Oyster CultBlue Oyster Cult(Columbia) Don’t know why KDF gave title as “Live”

Format more accurately: AOR hybrid

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Note: We learned- the hard way- it’s pronounced jo-
 I mean bow-ee

          DAVID BOWIE
And The Spiders From Mars  NOV. 20th

Survey notes:
Labels in (parentheses)
Personal note: I’ve said some unpleasant things about
trying to read this survey: black print on dark orange paper.
*These songs are embarrassing for any station other than Top 40 am

Song notes cont:
8. released as a single. KDF did play it with lead-in
“Boy With A Moon & Star On His Head”, same 
order as on album.