WPGC 1580 AM
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Week: 08/26/72
Format: T40
                    WPGC 98.5 FM - 1580 AM 
          ALL HIT MUSIC FOR THE WASHINGTON METRO AREA
               FOR THE WEEK ENDING AUGUST 26, 1972
    1. Ben - Michael Jackson                                      17
    2. You Don't Mess Around With Jim - Jim Croce                  1
    3. Don't Get Hooked On Me - Mac Davis                          3
    4. The Guitar Man - Bread                                      7
    5. Black And White - Three Dog Night                          11
    6. Goodbye To Love - Carpenters                                6
    7. Back Stabbers - O'Jays                                     12
    8. Everybody Plays The Fool - Main Ingredient                  8
    9. Go All The Way - Raspberries                                5
   10. Rock & Roll Part II - Gary Glitter                         14
   11. Beautiful Sunday - Daniel Boone                            15
   12. The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A. - Donna Fargo        13
   13. Saturday In The Park - Chicago                             18
   14. Run To Me - Bee Gees                                       20
   15. Lady Eleanor - Lindesfarne                                 16
   16. I Am Woman - Helen Reddy                                   21
   17. Looking Through The Window - Jackson 5                      2
   18. Alone Again Naturally - Gilbert O'Sullivan                  4
   19. Baby Let Me Take You - Detroit Emeralds                    22
   20. How Could I Let You Get Away - The Spinners                25
   21. Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress - The Hollies              9
   22. Speak To The Sky - Rick Springfield                        36
   23. Motorcycle Mama - Sailcat                                  10
   24. Stairway To Heaven - Led Zeppelin (LP Cut)                 34
   25. Waitin' In Line - Spyder's Gang                            30
   26. I'm Still In Love With You - Al Green                      19
   27. Power Of Love - Joe Simon                                  35
   28. Hold Her Tight - The Osmonds                               23
   29. Honky Cat - Elton John                                     39
   30. I've Got To Have You - Sammi Smith                         40
   31. My Ding-A-Ling - Chuck Berry                               24
   32. When You Say Love - Sonny & Cher                           33
   34. You're Still A Young Man - Tower Of Power                  --
   35. Breaking Up Is Hard To Do - The Partridge Family           27
   36. Brandy - Looking Glass                                     29
   37. Sweet Inspiration/Where You Lead - Barbara Streisand       37
   38. I Don't Want To Be Right - Luther Ingram                   28
   39. Small Beginnings - Flash                                   32
   40. Happy - Rolling Stones                                     31

       WPGC TOP ALBUMS 
    1. Greatest Hits - Simon & Garfunkel
    2. Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles 
    3. Chicago V - Chicago 
    4. Honky Chateau - Elton John 
    5. School's Out - Alice Cooper 
    6. A Song For You - Carpenters 
    7. Never A Dull Moment - Rod Stewart
    8. Seven Separate Fools - Three Dog Night 
    9. Big Bambu - Cheech & Chong 
   10. Exile On Main Street - Rolling Stones
   11. Looking Through The Windows - Jackson 5
   12. Trilogy - Emerson, Lake & Palmer
   13. Still Bill - Bill Withers 
   14. Carney - Leon Russell
   15. Live In Concert - Procol Harum 
   16. Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway 
   17. Amazing Grace - Aretha Franklin 
   18. Thick As A Brick - Jethro Tull
   19. History Of Eric Clapton
   20. Elvis At Madison Square Garden - Elvis Presley

NOTES:  There is no #33 song shown on the survey.  The LW column
     of the 9/2/72 survey reveals it was "We've Come Too Far To End
     It Now" by Smokey & The Miracles   

    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 (Saturday, August 25, 2012)