AMERICAN TOP 40- REPLAY ON THE 70’S ON 7- WEEK OF JUNE 5, 1971

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The American Top 40 replay this week on the 70’s on 7- from the week of June 5, 1971. An enjoyable listen- of course it was 1971 and you have to put up with an Osmond and a Donny Osmond single -“Double Lovin'” is no “Crazy Horses” that is for sure. The greatest song in the 40- was at #1 how often does that happen?

1 1 BROWN SUGAR –•– The Rolling Stones (Rolling Stones)-6 (2 weeks at #1) (1) A+
2 2 JOY TO THE WORLD –•– Three Dog Night (Dunhill)-13 (1) B
3 4 WANT ADS –•– The Honey Cone (Hot Wax)-9 (3) A
4 5 IT DON’T COME EASY –•– Ringo Starr (Apple)-6 (4) A+
5 11 RAINY DAYS AND MONDAYS –•– The Carpenters (A&M)-4 (5) A
6 7 BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER / BRAND NEW ME –•– Aretha Franklin (Atlantic)-8 (6)A+
7 8 SWEET AND INNOCENT –•– Donny Osmond of the Osmonds (MGM)-11 (7) F
8 3 NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE –•– Jackson 5 (Motown)-10 (2) B
9 21 IT’S TOO LATE / I FEEL THE EARTH MOVE –•– Carole King (Ode)-5 (9) A
10 9 ME AND YOU AND A DOG NAMED BOO –•– Lobo (Big Tree)-10 (5) C

11 18 I’LL MEET YOU HALFWAY –•– The Partridge Family (Starring Shirley Jones and Featuring David Cassidy) (Bell)-5 (11) B
12 6 PUT YOUR HAND IN THE HAND –•– Ocean (Kama Sutra)-13 (2) B
13 15 I DON’T KNOW HOW TO LOVE HIM –•– Helen Reddy (Capitol)-16 (13) C
14 14 SUPERSTAR –•– Murray Head and the Trinidad Singers (Decca)-28 (14) B-
15 19 TREAT HER LIKE A LADY –•– Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose (United Artists)-9 (15)B
16 16 HERE COMES THE SUN –•– Richie Havens (Stormy Forest)-12 (16) A
17 10 CHICK-A-BOOM (Don’t Ya Jes’ Love It) –•– Daddy Dewdrop (Sunflower)-14 (9) A-
18 13 IF –•– Bread (Elektra)-11 (4) C
19 12 LOVE HER MADLY –•– The Doors (Elektra)-9 (11) B
20 22 DON’T KNOCK MY LOVE (Part 1) –•– Wilson Pickett (Atlantic)-7 (20) B

21 27 NATHAN JONES –•– The Supremes (Motown)-5 (21) B
22 39 DOUBLE LOVIN’ –•– The Osmonds (MGM)-4 (22) D
23 24 RIGHT ON THE TIP OF MY TONGUE –•– Brenda and the Tabulations (Top & Bottom)-10 (23) B
24 17 STAY AWHILE –•– The Bells (Polydor)-14 (7) C-
25 38 INDIAN RESERVATION (The Lament Of the Cherokee Reservation Indian) –•– The Raiders (Columbia)-9 (25) B
26 26 (For God’s Sake) GIVE MORE POWER TO THE PEOPLE –•– The Chi-Lites (Brunswick)-9 (26) A
27 23 WOODSTOCK –•– Matthews’ Southern Comfort (Decca)-14 (23) B
28 32 WHEN YOU’RE HOT, YOU’RE HOT –•– Jerry Reed (RCA)-5 (28) A
29 31 THE DRUM –•– Bobby Sherman (Metromedia)-6 (29) C
30 33 COOL AID –•– Paul Humphrey and His Cool Aid Chemists (Lizard)-13 (30) B-

31 35 I DON’T KNOW HOW TO LOVE HIM –•– Yvonne Elliman (Decca)-7 (31) B
32 30 TIMOTHY –•– The Buoys (Scepter)-17 (17) B-
33 28 I LOVE YOU FOR ALL SEASONS –•– The Fuzz (Calla)-20 (21) A
34 20 TOAST AND MARMALADE FOR TEA –•– Tin Tin (Atco)-10 (20) B
35 43 THAT’S THE WAY I’VE ALWAYS HEARD IT SHOULD BE –•– Carly Simon (Elektra)-8 (35) B+
36 45 SHE’S NOT JUST ANOTHER WOMAN –•– The 8th Day (Invictus)-4 (36) B
37 40 LOWDOWN –•– Chicago (Columbia)-5 (37) C
38 25 I DON’T BLAME YOU AT ALL –•– Smokey Robinson and the Miracles (Tamla)-12 (18) A
39 29 REACH OUT I’LL BE THERE –•– Diana Ross (Motown)-6 (29) C
40 44 FUNKY NASSAU (Part 1) –•– The Beginning Of the End (Alston)-5 (40) A-

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  2. It’s weird that they had both Yvonne Elliman and Helen Reddy on the chart for “I don’t know how to love him” at the same time. Not as many good ones here as last week’s.

    • There is something about Chick A Boom I just like- I know it isn’t any good but I still like it!! I wondered if giving it an A- would draw a comment. Maybe it brings back childhood memories I am not quite sure.

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