KJR 950 AM
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Week: 02/22/74
Format: T40
                    KJR 950 - SEATTLE/TACOMA
                        RADIO KJR MUSIC      
                        FEBRUARY 22, 1974    
       TOP TWENTY
       Seasons In The Sun – Terry Jacks 
       Energy Crisis 74 – Dickie Goodman
       Dark Lady – Cher
       Jet – Paul McCartney 
       Hooked On A Feeling – Blue Swede
       Bennie And The Jets – Elton John 
       Sunshine On My Shoulders – John Denver 
       The Way We Were – Barbra Streisand 
       You’re Sixteen – Ringo Starr 
       Boogie Down – Eddie Kendricks 
       Rock & Roll Hoochie Koo – Rick Derringer 
       Spiders And Snakes – Jim Stafford
       Mockingbird – Carly Simon 
       Until You Come Back – Aretha Franklin 
       Jungle Boogie – Kool And The Gang
       She’s Gone – Daryl Hall & John Oates
       Midnight At The Oasis – Maria Muldaur 
       Can This Be Real – Natural Four
       A Very Special Love Song – Charlie Rich
       Let It Ride – Bachman Turner Overdrive

       AND
       Celestial Navigator – King Harvest
       Dance With The Devil – Cozy Powell
       I’m A Train – Albert Hammond
       I Shall Sing – Art Garfunkel
       I’ve Got A Thing About You – Elvis Presley
       I’ll Say I Love You In A Song – Jim Croce
       Jolene – Dolly Parton 
       Keep On Singing – Helen Reddy
       Love Song – Anne Murray
       Muscle Of Love – Alice Cooper
       Oh My My – Ringo Star
       On A Night Like This – Bob Dylan
       Piano Man – Billy Joel
       Put Your Hands Together – O’Jays
       Rock Around The Clock – Bill Haley & The Comets
       Skybird – Neil Diamond
       Star Baby – Guess Who
       The Entertainer – Marvin Hamlisch
       The Loco-Motion – Grand Funk
       The Lord’s Prayer – Sister Janet Meade
       Tell Me A Lie – Sami Jo
       Us And Them – Pink Floyd
       Virginia – Bill Amesbury
       Your Cash Ain’t Nothing But Trash – Steve Miller
           

        Survey courtesy of Joey Beretta.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Wednesday, May 9, 2018)




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