03/16/82 — WABC 770 AM ( New York, New York )

WABC - 770 AM - NEW YORK, NY
MUSIC RADIO 77 WABC
SURVEY FOR WEEK OF MARCH 16, 1982

TWLW ARTISTTITLEWKSNOTES
43 Kenny RogersThrough The Years
65 Hall & OatesI Can't Go For That (No Can Do)
77 Stevie WonderThat Girl
88 Royal Philharmonic OrchestraHooked On Classics
1021 VangelisChariots Of Fire/Titles
1120 JourneyOpen Arms
1211 Quincy Jones Featuring James IngramOne Hundred Ways
1410 Sister SledgeMy Guy
1614 Cliff RichardDaddy's Home
1713 George BensonTurn Your Love Around
2028 Little River BandTake It Easy On Me
2139 Bertie HigginsKey Largo
2212 ForeignerWaiting For A Girl Like You
2422 Air SupplySweet Dreams
2519 Air SupplyHere I Am
2723 Barbra StreisandComin' In & Out Of Your Life
2826 Smokey RobinsonTell Me Tomorrow (Part 1)
2925 Paul DavisCool Night
3131 Pointer SistersShould I Do It
3229 Ronnie MilsapI Wouldn't Have Missed It For The World
3338 Neil DiamondOn The Way To The Sky
3433 Barry ManilowSomewhere Down The Road
3637 Eddie RabbittSomeone Could Lose A Heart Tonight
3727 Billy JoelShe's Got A Way
HB Paul Davis'65 Love Affair
HB MecoPop Goes The Movies (Part 1)
HB Carole KingOne To One
HB Oak Ridge BoysBobbie Sue
HB Terry CashmanWillie, Mickey & The Duke (Talkin' Baseball)

SPECIAL NOTES:
This week's Top 10 is devoid of half it's members; missing
are #1 (for the sixth week in WABC's Top 40 History), and 
numbers 2, 3, 5, and 9.  The Hot Prospect "Talkin Baseball"
by Terry Cashmen shown here is the national, or generic,
version.  WABC often played The New York Yankees' version. 


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