AMERICAN TOP 40 REPLAY- WEEK OF NOVEMBER 13, 1971

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1 1 GYPSYS, TRAMPS AND THIEVES –•– Cher (Kapp)-9 (2 weeks at #1) (1)2 B+

2 THEME FROM “SHAFT” –•– Isaac Hayes (Enterprise)-5 (2) A+
3 4 IMAGINE –•– John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band (Apple)-4 (3) A+
4 3 MAGGIE MAY / REASON TO BELIEVE –•– Rod Stewart (Mercury)-18 (1) A+
5 8 I’VE FOUND SOMEONE OF MY OWN –•– The Free Movement (Decca)-24 (5) B
6 5 YO-YO –•– The Osmonds (MGM)-10 (3) F
7 7 PEACE TRAIN –•– Cat Stevens (A&M)-8 (7) A+
8 14 HAVE YOU SEEN HER –•– The Chi-Lites (Brunswick)-4 (8) A+
9 9 INNER CITY BLUES (Make Me Wanna Holler) –•– Marvin Gaye (Tamla)-6 (9)A+
10 6 SUPERSTAR / BLESS THE BEASTS AND CHILDREN –•– The Carpenters (A&M)-11 (2) A

11 22 BABY I’M-A WANT YOU –•– Bread (Elektra)-4 (11) B
12 16 NEVER MY LOVE –•– The 5th Dimension (Bell)-9 (12) C+
13 39 GOT TO BE THERE –•– Michael Jackson (Motown)-3 (13) B
14 12 DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN –•– Lee Michaels (A&M)-16 (6) B
15 21 DESIDERATA –•– Les Crane (Warner Brothers)-6 (15) D
16 25 EVERYBODY’S EVERYTHING –•– Santana (Columbia)-5 (16) B
17 11 TIRED OF BEING ALONE –•– Al Green (Hi)-17 (11) A+
18 18 EASY LOVING –•– Freddie Hart (Capitol)-13 (18) C
19 10 THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN –•– Joan Baez (Vanguard)-14 (3) C
20 20 ONLY YOU KNOW AND I KNOW –•– Delaney and Bonnie (Atco)-8 (20) B

21 50 FAMILY AFFAIR –•– Sly and the Family Stone (Epic)-2 (21)A+
22 34 ROCK STEADY / OH ME OH MY (I’m a Fool For You Baby) –•– Aretha Franklin (Atlantic)-3 (22) A
23 19 GO AWAY LITTLE GIRL –•– Donny Osmond (MGM)-15 (1) D
24 24 ONE FINE MORNING –•– Lighthouse (Evolution)-10 (24) C
25 32 QUESTIONS 67 AND 68 / I’M A MAN –•– Chicago (Columbia)-6 (25) B
26 27 ABSOLUTELY RIGHT –•– The Five Man Electrical Band (Lionel)-5 (26) C
27 29 TWO DIVIDED BY LOVE –•– The Grass Roots (Dunhill)-6 (27) B-
28 28 YOU’VE GOT TO CRAWL (Before You Walk) –•– The 8th Day (Invictus)-9 (28) B
29 30 ONE TIN SOLDIER (The Legend Of Billy Jack) –•– Coven (Warner Brothers)-9 (29) C
30 17 SWEET CITY WOMAN –•– The Stampeders (Bell)-14 (8) B

31 33 A NATURAL MAN –•– Lou Rawls (MGM)-12 (31) B
32 23 THIN LINE BETWEEN LOVE AND HATE –•– The Persuaders (Atco)-12 (15) A
33 42 ALL I EVER NEED IS YOU –•– Sonny and Cher (Kapp)-5 (33) B
34 15 IF YOU REALLY LOVE ME –•– Stevie Wonder (Tamla)-14 (8) A
35 13 TRAPPED BY A THING CALLED LOVE –•– Denise LaSalle (Westbound)-13 (13) B
36 31 LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY –•– James Taylor (Warner Brothers)-7 (31) B
37 44 RESPECT YOURSELF –•– The Staple Singers (Stax)-5 (37) A
38 46 SCORPIO –•– Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band (Sussex)-3 (38) B-
39 41 WHAT ARE YOU DOING SUNDAY –•– Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando (Bell)-7 (39) C
40 87 CHERISH –•– David Cassidy (Bell)-2 (40) C

6 responses to “AMERICAN TOP 40 REPLAY- WEEK OF NOVEMBER 13, 1971

    • 1971 was a very good music year indeed. I don’t think the BEST but in the conversation… Off Topic- what do you make of the off-season Dodgers talk? Sounds like they are considering some big names. Pirates name a GM- maybe before late April they will even name a manager–at this point they have their pick of whoever is left!

    • I don’t understand some of the talk. Trading Corey Seager to get Lindor. I like Lindor of course but Seager is a good player. The biggest thing I’ve heard is a shake up…more right handed hitters. Joc Pederson is probably gone also because he only has one more controllable year.
      They do need another 1 or 2 pitcher. My dream would be Cole but I don’t see that happening because of the money.

      What do you think of Cherington? I didn’t understand why the Sox replaced him.
      I wonder if the Pirates will get a “new” manager or a someone that has experience.

    • Seager is still young- he didn’t have a great season but missed an entire year- I think he will come back [ I hope he does since I have him long term on my fantasy team} I’d be looking for pitching If I were them… I think Cherington was a good hire- I think Red Sox fired him because of the ‘win it every year or else heads roll] mentality they seem to have. I would imagine he is going to be the one who has the main say as far as a managerial hire goes- which is how it should be. Their main concern isn’t manager- it’s players! I wonder if John Ferrell would be considered since he worked with Cherington?

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