1972-12-23 — WKDA 103.3 FM ( Nashville, Tennessee )

WKDA FM 103.3
WEEK ENDING 12/23/72

14 Carly SimonYou're So Vain(Elektra) James Taylor, Warren Beaty, Mick Jagger each get a verse. Jagger also on background vocal.
25 Elton JohnCrocodile Rock5(Uni) SpellCheck obvi not yet invented
36 James TaylorDon't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight(Warner Bros.)
47 Johnny RiversRockin' Pneumonia - Boogie Woogie Flu(U.A.)“A sort of ‘boo-jee woo-jee mus-“ STOP. Wrong song.
52 Carole KingBitter With The Sweet(Ode)
69 Billy PaulMe And Mrs. Jones(Philly Intl) No kin to my Asst. Principal Billy Paul Carneal (I don’t think)
7-- AmericaVentura Highway(Warner Bros.)
8-- Kenny Loggins And Jim MessinaYour Mama Don't Dance(Columbia) Last appearance (AFAIK): final New Song 10/21
9-- WingsHi, Hi, Hi2(Apple)
10-- The Blue Ridge RangersJambalaya (On The Bayou)4(Fantasy) Hank Sr. song on prog radio. Who’d a thunk it? Band consisting of 5 John Fogerty's (maybe more)
--1 Billy Lee RileyI Got A Thing About You BabyEntrance) (Local boy) Tony Joe White song
--3 Joni MitchellYou Turn Me On, I'm A Radio(Asylum)
--8 Albert HammondIt Never Rains In Southern California(Mums)
--10 Jethro TullLiving In The Past(Warner Bros.)
---- Curtis MayfieldFreddie's Dead (Theme From "Superfly")(Curtom)
---- Stevie WonderSuperstition(Tamla)
---- ChicagoDialogue (Part I & II)(Columbia)
---- BreadSweet Surrender(Elektra)
---- 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); I can’t believe the typist can’t spell MY FAVORITE CS/YUSUF SONG!!!
---- Seals & CroftsSummer Breeze(Warner Bros.)
---- Dr. Hook And The Medicine ShowThe Cover Of "Rolling Stone"(Columbia)
---- Mel And TimStarting All Over Again(Stax)
---- Neil DiamondWalk On Water9(Uni)
---- Steely DanDo It Again6(Dunhill)
---- Leon RussellSlipping Into Christmas5(Shelter)
---- WarThe World Is A Ghetto5(U.A.)
---- The WhoThe Relay5(Decca)
---- The Band(I Don't Want To) Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes2(Dunhill)
---- Danny O'KeefeThe Road2(Capitol)
---- Jade WarriorThe Demon Trucker2(Signpost) Brit prog-rock band
---- Bette MidlerDo You Want To Dance?2(Vertigo)
---- Hurricane SmithOh, Babe, What Would You Say?2(Capitol)
---- Loudon Wainwright IIIDead Skunk1(Columbia)
---- The Moody BluesI'm Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band)1(Threshold)
---- Bill WithersLet Us Love1(Sussex)
---- Sha Na NaSea Cruise1(Kama Sutra)
---- The Del VikingsCome Go With Me1(Sceptor) Why this 15-year old song resurfaces is a mystery. KDF was the earliest station on arsa.com. (cont in Goodies)
---- Marvin GayeTrouble Man1(Tamla)
-- Michael RedwayGood Morning(Mercury) 1 “Good Morning” short of Lennon song
-- Rare EarthWe're Gonna Have A Good Time(Rare Earth)
-- John DenverRocky Mountain High(RCA)
-- Van MorrisonGypsy(Warner Bros.)
-- Artie KaplanGod Fearin' Man(Hopi)


11 Duane AllmanAn Anthology(ATCO)
22 Carly SimonNo Secrets(Elektra)
33 The Grateful DeadEurope '726(Warner Bros.)
44 James TaylorOne Man Dog5(Warner Bros.)
55 Jethro TullLiving In The Past(Island) not Warner
66 The Moody BluesSeventh Sojourn(Threshold)
77 Carole KingRhymes & Reasons(Ode) Tapestry last album labelled Ode ’70
88 AmericaHomecoming(Warner Bros.)
99 Cat StevensCatch Bull At Four(A&M)
10-- The Nitty Gritty Dirt BandWill The Circle Be Unbroken5(U.A.)
--10 London Symphony Orchestra & Chamber Choir With Various GuestsTommy(Ode)
---- Joni MitchellFor The Roses(Asylum)
---- Joe CockerJoe Cocker5(A&M)
---- David BowieThe Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars(RCA)
---- Seals & CroftsSummer Breeze(Warner Bros.)
---- SantanaCaravanserai9(Columbia)
---- Curtis Mayfield"Superfly" Movie Soundtrack(Curtom)
---- Leon RussellCarney(Shelter)
---- YesClose To The Edge(Atlantic)
---- The BandRock Of Ages(Capitol)
---- Emerson, Lake And PalmerTrilogy(Cotillion)
---- Rod StewartNever A Dull Moment(Mercury)
---- Ten Years AfterRock & Roll Music To The World(Columbia)
---- Dianne DavidsonMountain Mama(Janus)
---- Mott The HoopleAll The Young Dudes(Columbia)
---- Kenny Loggins And Jim MessinaLoggins And Messina7(Columbia)
---- WarThe World Is A Ghetto7(U.A.)
---- REO SpeedwagonR.E.O. T.W.O.6(Epic)
---- Kris KristoffersonJesus Was A Capricorn6(Monument)
---- Blue Oyster CultBlue Oyster Cult6(Columbia) Don’t know why KDF gave title as “Live”
---- Lou ReedTransformer6(RCA)
---- Brewer & ShipleyRural Space2(Kama Sutra)
---- GenesisFoxtrot2(Charisma)
---- Rick Nelson And The Stone Canyon BandGarden Party2(Decca)
---- J.J. CaleReally2(Shelter)
---- LighthouseSunny Days1(Evolution)
---- Tom RappStardancer1(BlueThumb)
---- SparrowHatching Out1(Spark) Released ‘71. Not to be confused with the Mighty Sparrows’ “Sparrow Power” the same year
-- Sandy DennySandy(A&M)
-- Charles LloydWaves(A&M)
-- George HarrisonLiving In The Material World(Apple) "GEORGE HARRISON’S ALBUM DUE FOR RELEASE (cont in Goodies)

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Chart movement: 
These songs move up after moving down previous week:
“Me & Mrs. Jones” (7-9-6); “Ventura Highway” (2-un-7)
Not much movement (it is Christmas, after all):
1 change in top 10, 4 unnumbered albums off chart

Song notes cont:
(Un) 11. released as a single. KDF did play it with lead-in
“Boy With A Moon & Star On His Head”, same 
order as on album.
(Un) 30. http://www.las-solanas.com/arsa/singles_charts.php?hs=24732
It was featured in “American Graffiti”, but that wasn’t released
until Aug ’73.

Album note cont:
  O’Hara didn’t quite meet the deadline:
Released 5/30 (US), 6/22 (UK),
which I presume is the reason its next
appearance is NM #4 (again) June 2.