WKDA 1240 AM
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE

Week: 03/15/71
Format: C&W
                    WKDA 1240 – NASHVILLE  
                         MUSIC SURVEY        
                 FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 15, 1971
   TW                                                             LW
    1. After The Fire Is Gone – Twitty/Lynn                        2
    2. I Really/There Goes – Elvis Presley                         1
    3. I’d Rather Love You – Charlie Pride                         8
    4. Last One To Touch Me – Porter Wagoner                       3
    5. Portrait Of My Woman – Eddy Arnold                          5
    6. Last Letter – Merle Haggard                                12
    7. Lover Please – Bobby G. Rice                               11
    8. Heavenly – Wynn Stewart                                     7
    9. Lookin’ Out My Back Door – Buddy Allen                      9
   10. Wish I Was Home Again – Van Trevor                         10
   11. Fire And Rain – Ernie Rowell                               13
   12. Move Two Mountains – Dave Peel                             14
   13. Crawdad Song – Lindsey/Vernon                              23
   14. Guess Away The Blues – Don Gibson                          19
   15. True Love – Arlene Harden                                  20
   16. The Lady’s Not For Sale – Dale Ward                        21
   17. With His Hand – Jean Sheppard                              22
   18. Honky Tonk Angels – Lynn Anderson                          24
   19. I’m Gonna Keep On Loving You – Billy Walker                27
   20. Knock Three Times – Bill Craddock                          30
   21. I’m A Memory – Willie Nelson                               31
   22. Arms Of A Fool – Mel Tillis                                25
   23. Tulsa County – Anita Carter                                26
   24. Harold’s Super Service – Bobby Wayne                       28
   25. I’m Miles Away – Hagers                                    33
   26. Freight Train – Jim And Jesse                              34
   27. She’ll Remember – Jerry Wallace                            35
   28. L.A. International Airport – Susan Raye                    38
   29. You Made Me Feel Like A Man – Warner Mack                  39
   30. First Love – Penny De Haven                                29
   31. Baby Without You – Jan Howard                              36
   32. Juke Box Man – Dick Curless                                41
   33. I’ve Got To Sing – Duane Lee                               32
   34. Oh Love Of Mine - Mosbys                                   46
   35. Empty Arms – Sonny James                                   48
   36. Bridge Over Troubled Waters – Buck Owens                   40
   37. If You Could Read My Mind – Gordon Lightfoot               42
   38. Lovenworth – Roy Rogers                                    37
   39. Careless Hands – Dottie West                               45
   40. Sometimes You Just Can’t Win – George Jones                47
   41. Travelin’ Minstrel Man – Bill Rice                         49
   42. Tell Him – Webb Pierce                                     43
   43. She Hates To Be Alone – David Wilkins                      44
   44. I Won’t Mention It – Ray Price                             50
   45. I Love The Way – Roy Drusky                                --
   46. We Sure Can Love Each Other – Tammy Wynette                --
   47. Last Person To See Me – Diana Trask                        --
   48. You Can Change/Always Remember – Bill Anderson             --
   49. I’m Free – Bobby Spicker                                   --
   50. Big Rock Candy Mountain – Bill Phillips                    --

       PICK HIT OF THE WEEK
       Makin’ Up His Mind – Jack Green

       PICK ALBUM OF THE WEEK
       Willie Nelson & Family – Willie Nelson

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 27, 2019)




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