WAQY 102.1 FM
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS

Week: 03/29/75
Format: T40
                WAQY 102.1 - SPRINGFIELD 
              50,000 WATTS  FM STEREO 102
                  THE WACKY ROCK PILE 
             FOR WEEK ENDING MARCH 29, 1975
    1. Have You Ever Been Mellow – Olivia Newton-John
    2. Lady Marmalade – Labelle               
    3. Lovin’ You – Minnie Riperton                      
    4. My Eyes Adored You – Frankie Valli      
    5. Black Water – Doobie Brothers          
    6. Poetry Man – Phoebe Snow                              
    7. No No Song/Snookeroo – Ringo Starr           
    8. Fire – Ohio Players                  
    9. Don’t Call Us We’ll Call You – Sugarloaf/Jerry Corbetta
   10. Pick Up The Pieces – Average White Band
   11. Sad Sweet Dreamer – Sweet Sensation       
   12. Best Of My Love – Eagles                          
   13. Lady – Styx                          
   14. Can’t Get It Out Of My Head – Electric Light Orchestra
   15. Emotion – Helen Reddy             
   16. Lonely People – America               
   17. You’re No Good – Linda Ronstadt                   
   18. My Boy – Elvis Presley                   
   19. Roll On Down The Highway – Bachman-Turner Overdrive
   20. Philadelphia Freedom – Elton John Band
   21. You Are So Beautiful – Joe Cocker              
   22. Magic – Pilot                              
   23. Harry Truman – Chicago                     
   24. Mandy – Barry Manilow                   
   25. Shaving Cream – Benny Bell                      
   26. Never Let Her Go – David Gates     
   27. Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song – B.J. Thomas
   28. What Am I Gonna Do With You – Barry White
   29. I’ll Play For You – Seals & Crofts     
   30. Chevy Van – Sammy Johns            

       WACKY FUTURE HITS
       Stand By Me – John Lennon
       Express – B.T. Express
       The Immigrant – Neil Sedaka

 NOTE: The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly
    as they are shown on the printed survey.  Any typos, spelling 
    errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed 
    sheet. 

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Thursday, January 16, 2020)




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