WKTU 92.3 FM
NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Week: 11/00/81
Format: R&B
                   WKTU 92.3 FM – NEW YORK
                        TOP 25 HITS   
                      NOVEMBER, 1981   
    1. Endless Love – D. Ross & L. Richie                          
    2. She’s A Bad Mama Jama – Carl Carlton                        
    3. Never Too Much – Luther Vandross                           
    4. Silly – Deniece Williams                                   
    5. Slow Hand – Pointer Sisters                                 
    6. Zulu - Quick                                                 
    7. First True Love Affair – Jimmy Ross                        
    8. Super Freak – Rick James                                   
    9. Lady (You Bring Me Up) - Commodores                       
   10. Numbers – Kraftwerk                                        
   11. Just Be My Lady – Larry Graham                             
   12. We’re In This Love Together – Al Jarreau                  
   13. Here I Am – Dynasty                                        
   14. Love Has Come Around – Donald Byrd                         
   15. Dancin’ The Night Away – Voggue                            
   16. Walking Into Sunshine – Central Line
   17. Arthur’s Theme – Christopher Cross                        
   18. You’ll Never Know – Hi-Gloss                               
   19. When She Was My Girl – Four Tops                           
   20. Who’s Been Kissing You? – Hot Cuisine                     
   21. Let’s Start II Dance Again - Bohannon     
   22. Funky Sensation – Gwen McCrae                       
   23. Gonna Get Over You – France Joli                           
   24. Let’s Dance – West Street Mob                              
   25. Can You Move – Modern Romance

       WATCH FOR
       Disco Dream – Mean Machine
       Hupendi Muziki Wangu?! – K.I.D.
       You’re My Magician – Lime
       Love All The Hurt Away – A. Franklin/G. Benson
       Controversy – Prince
       Take My Love – Melba Moore

 NOTES: Although this survey is not dated, it is believed to be from
   around November 1981, based upon the dates that the listed songs 
   charted on other surveys in the ARSA database.  

    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 (Monday, June 24, 2019)




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