3XY 1420 AM
MELBOURNE, VICTORIA

Week: 03/16/73
Format: T40
                     3XY 1420 – MELBOURNE    
                        TOP 40 SURVEY          
                    FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1973
   TW                                                             LW
    1. You’re So Vain – Carly Simon                                1
    2. Crocodile Rock – Elton John                                 2
    3. I’d Love You To Want Me - Lobo                              3
    4. Dueling Banjos – Eric Weiss & His Banjos                    6
    5. I’ve Got To Have You – Carly Simon                          4
    6. I Am Woman – Helen Reddy                                   11
    7. Top Of The World - Carpenters                               8
    8. Your Mama Don’t Dance – Bootleg Family                      5
    9. Dreams Are Ten A Penny - Kincade                            7
   10. Separate Ways – Elvis Presley                              16
   11. Nights In White Satin – Moody Blues                        10
   12. Funny Face – Donna Fargo                                   20
   13. Children Of The Revolution – T. Rex                        15
   14. Gudbuy T’Jane – Slade                                       9
   15. Me & Mrs. Jones – Billy Paul                               12
   16. I Just Want To Make Love To You – Foghat                   17
   17. Looking Through The Eyes Of Love – Partridge Family        22
   18. Mouldy Old Dough – Lt. Pidgeon                             14
   19. Killing Me Softly With His Song – Roberta Flack            35
   20. Ben – Michael Jackson                                      13
   21. Beautiful You – Neil Sedaka                                25
   22. Mama Weer All Crazee Now – Slade                           19
   23. Guitar Man – Bread                                         24
   24. Popcorn – Hotbutter                                        21
   25. Jambalaya – Blue Ridge Rangers                             34
   26. It Never Rains In Southern California – Albert Hammond     28
   27. Mad About You – Bruce Ruffin                               18
   28. Living In The Past – Jethro Tull                           38
   29. City Of New Orleans – Arlo Guthrie                         33
   30. Happy Christmas (War Is Over) – John & Yoko                29
   31. Wintersong – Country Radio                                 26
   32. Wedding Song – Petula Clarke                               40
   33. No – Bulldog                                               30
   34. You’ve Got The Gun – Sherbert                              36
   35. Four And Twenty Hours – Nana Mouskouri                     31
   36. Come Softly To Me – New Seekers                            39
   37. Rock A Billy Beating Boogie Band – Gary Youngs Hot Dog     --
   38. It’s Never Really Over – Gary Travers                      --
   39. Goodbye Lollipop – Madderlake                              --
   40. Dream Lover – Greyhound                                    --

       3XY TOP ALBUM SURVEY
   1. No Secrets – Carly Simon 
   2. Don’t Shoot Me I’m Only The Piano Player – Elton John
   3. Slayed – Slade  
   4. Anticipation – Carly Simon             
   5. Seventh Sojourn – Moody Blues 
   6. Hot August Night – Neil Diamond 
   7. Slade Alive – Slade 
   8. Black Sabbath Volume 4 – Black Sabbath 
   9. Caravanserai - Santana 
  10. Creedence Gold – Creedence Clearwater Revival 
  11. Tommy – London Symphony Orchestra 
  12. Living In The Past – Jethro Tull 
  13. The Divine Miss “M” – Bette Midler 
  14. Beatles 10th Australian Anniversary Album - Beatles
  15. Elvis Aloha From Hawaii – Elvis Presley 
  16. Catch Bull At Four – Cat Stevens 
  17. Award Winning Hits Of Henry Mancini – Henry Mancini
  18. Bulldog – Bulldog
  19. For The Roses – Joni Mitchell
  20. Guitar Man – Bread

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 (Saturday, April 30, 2016)




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