Casey Kasem's American Top 40- The 70s

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Aired April 16, 2011
Chart Date: April 17, 1971
#40 “WHERE DID THEY GO LORD” – Elvis Presley
#39 “I LOVE YOU FOR ALL SEASONS” – Fuzz
#38 “DON’T CHANGE ON ME” – Ray Charles
#37 “I DON’T BLAME YOU AT ALL” – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
#36 “FRIENDS” – Elton John
#35 “SOUL POWER” – James Brown
#34 “YOU’RE ALL I NEED TO GET BY” – Aretha Franklin
#33 “BABY LET ME KISS YOU” – King Floyd
#32 “TIMOTHY” – Buoys
#31 “DREAM BABY (HOW LONG MUST I DREAM)” – Glen Camp
#30 “BLUE MONEY” – Van Morrison
#29 “OYE COMO VA” – Santana
#28 “POWER TO THE PEOPLE” – John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band
#27 “HEAVY MAKES YOU HAPPY” – The Staple Singers
#26 “I PLAY AND SING” – Dawn
#25 “CHICK-A-BOOM (DON’T YA JES’ LOVE IT)” – Daddy Dewdrop
#24 “TEMPTATION EYES” – The Grass Roots
#23 “WE CAN WORK IT OUT” – Stevie Wonder
#22 “EIGHTEEN” – Alice Cooper
#21 “STAY AWHILE” – The Bells
#20 “IF” – Bread
#19 “LOVE’S LINES, ANGLES AND RHYMES” – The Fifth Dimension
#18 “WHAT IS LIFE” – George Harrison
#17 “LOVE STORY (WHERE DO I BEGIN)” – Andy Williams
#16 “NO LOVE AT ALL” – B.J. Thomas
#15 “HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT” – Sammi Smith
#14 “NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE” – The Jackson 5
#13 “WILD WORLD” – Cat Stevens
#12 “I AM…I SAID” – Neil Diamond
#11 “PROUD MARY” – Ike & Tina Turner
#10 “ONE TOKE OVER THE LINE” – Brewer & Shipley
#9 “FOR ALL WE KNOW” – The Carpenters
#8 “DOESN’T SOMEBODY WANT TO BE WANTED” – The Partridge Family
#7 “ME & BOBBY McGEE” – Janis Joplin
#6 “PUT YOUR HAND IN THE HAND” – Ocean
#5 “ANOTHER DAY” – Paul McCartney
#4 “SHE’S A LADY” – Tom Jones
#3 “JUST MY IMAGINATION (RUNNING AWAY WITH ME)” – The Temptations
#2 “WHAT’S GOING ON” – Marvin Gaye
#1 “JOY TO THE WORLD” – Three Dog Night

Comments

One Comment

  1. joebowler says:

    Today is my 62nd B’day. The 70’s bring back the best memories, especially the ones with my wife of 38+ years and a great USAF career.

    Thanks Casey.

  2. Greg says:

    I just love that American Top 40 Show. The memories are just captivating. I especially like the first two hours. There are so many songs that I have either forgotten about or never heard before.
    My Sunday Nights seem so empty since the show was moved but I am learning to make do with Saturday Morning. It reminds me of how I used to get up early to watch the cartoons.

  3. Christy says:

    I’ve been listening to this program today, and I was struck and amused by the variety! These really were the good ole days. Alice Cooper and Ocean (Put your hand) and Sammy Smith and Partridge Family etc all in one day!

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