Sunday, August 27, 2017

American Jukebox: August 1972




Another installment of the new records stuffed into US jukeboxes across the land in the month of August in 1972.





1. Elton John - "Honky Cat" (#8)
2. Leon Russell - "Tight Rope" (#11)
3. Chicago - "Saturday In The Park" (#3)
4. Three Dog Night - "Black And White" (#1)
5. James Brown - "Get On The Good Foot (Part 1)" (#18)
6. Elvis Presley - "Burning Love" (#2)
7. Van Morrison - "Jackie Wilson Said" (#61)
8. Chuck Berry - "My Ding-A-Ling" (#1)
9. Rick Springfield - "Speak To The Sky" (#14)
10. Gallery - "I Believe In Music" (#22)
11. Jamestown Massacre - "Summer Sun" (#90)
12. Lenny Welch - "A Sunday Kind Of Love" (#96)
13. Michael Jackson - "Ben" (#1)
14. Bobby Womack & Peace - "Sweet Caroline" (#51)
15. Neil Diamond - "Play Me" (#11)
16. Moody Blues - "Nights In White Satin" (#2)
17. Sammi Smith - "I've Got To Have You" (#77)
18. Rod Stewart - "You Wear It Well" (#13)
19. Allman Brothers Band - "Melissa" (#86)
20. Emerson, Lake & Palmer - "From The Beginning" (#39)
21. Tommy James - "Love Song" (#67)
22. Fabulous Rhinestones - "What A Wonderful Thing We Have" (#78)
23. Spinners - "How Could I Let You Get Away" (#77)
24. Dramatics - "Toast To The Fool" (#67)
25. Bill Withers - "Use Me" (#2)
26. Yes - "America" (#46)
27. Gladstone - "A Piece Of Paper" (#45)
28. Jackson Browne - "Rock Me On The Water" (#48)
29. Graham Nash & David Crosby - "Southbound Train" (#99)
30. Glen Campbell - "I Will Never Pass This Way Again" (#61)
31. Michael Murphey - "Geronimo's Cadillac" (#37)
32. Staple Singers - "This World" (#38)
33. Curtis Mayfield - "Freddie's Dead" (#4)
34. Aretha Franklin - "Wholy Holy" (#81)


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