Ever wonder just how many songs are in the CBS-FM music catalogue? How deep does our extensive collection go? Well get ready to find out just how BIG the largest library in New York Radio is as CBS-FM opens up the vault to celebrate the Fourth of July and play you every single track we have during our A to Z Countdown!

And in case you miss anything, or just want to keep track with us as we countdown every song in our extensive library, we’re going to give you the days songs to look at right here!

Ok. Here we go. Let’s get Day One started with the A’s!

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  • “ABC” Jackson 5
  • “Abracadabra” Steve Miller
  • “Abraham Martin and John” Dion
  • “Action” Freddy Cannon
  • “Addicted to Love” Robert Palmer
  • “Africa” Toto
  • “After Midnight” Eric Clapton
  • “After the Love Has Gone” Earth, Wind, and Fire
  • “After the Lovin'” Engelbert Humperdinck
  • “Afternoon Delight” Starland Vocal Band
  • “Against All Odds” Phil Collins
  • “Against the Wind” Bob Seger
  • “Ain’t Gonna Bump No More” Joe Tex
  • “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” Marvin Gaye
  • “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” Diana Ross
  • “Ain’t No Stopping Us Now” McFadden & Whitehead
  • “Ain’t No Sunshine” Bill Withers
  • “Ain’t No Woman” Four Tops
  • “Ain’t Nothing Like the Real Thing” Marvin Gaye
  • “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg” Temptations
  • “The Air That I Breathe” Hollies
  • “Alive and Kicking” Simple Minds
  • “All By Myself” Eric Carmen
  • “All Day and All Night” The Kinks
  • “All I Know” Art Garfunkel
  • “All I Need” Temptations
  • “All I need Is A Miracle” Mike & The Mechanics
  • “All My Loving” The Beatles
  • “All Night Long” Lionel Richie
  • “All Out of Love” Air Supply
  • “All Right Now” Free
  • “All She Wants To Do Is Dance” Don Henley
  • “All Shook Up” Elvis Presley
  • “All Summer Long” The Beach Boys
  • “All Those Years Ago” George Harrison
  • “All You Need Is Love” The Beatles
  • “Allentown” Billy Joel
  • “Alone” Heart
  • “Alone Again (Naturally) Gilbert O’Sullivan
  • “Along Comes Mary” Association
  • “Already Gone” The Eagles
  • “Always” Atlantic Starr
  • “Amanda” Boston
  • “America” Neil Diamond
  • “American Pie” Don McLean
  • “American Woman” Guess Who
  • “And When I Die” Blood, Sweat, & Tears
  • “Angel in Your Arms” Hot
  • “Angel of the Morning” Merrilee Rush
  • “Angie” The Rolling Stones
  • “Annie’s Song” John Denver
  • “Another Brick in The Wall” Pink Floyd
  • “Another Day” Paul McCartney
  • “Another Day in Paradise” Phil Collins
  • “Another One Bites the Dust” Queen
  • “Another Saturday Night” Sam Cooke
  • “Another Saturday Night” Cat Stevens
  • “Anticipation” Carly Simon
  • “Anyway You Want It” Journey
  • “Anyone Who Had A Heart” Dionne Warwick
  • “Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie” Jay & The Techniques
  • “Aquarius/Let The Sun Shine In” The Fifth Dimension
  • “Are You Ready” Pacific Gas and Electric
  • “Arizona” Mark Lindsay
  • “Arthur’s Theme” Christopher Cross
  • “As Tears Go By” The Rolling Stones
  • “At Seventeen” Janis Ian
  • “At This Moment” Billy Vera & The Beaters
  • “Atlantis” Donovan
  • “Axel F” Harold Faltermeyer

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  • “Baba O’Reily” The Who
  • “Babe” Styx
  • “Baby Come Back” Player
  • “Baby Come To Me” Patti Austin
  • “Baby, Don’t Get Hooked on Me” Mac Davis
  • “Baby Don’t Go” Sonny & Cher
  • “Baby Hold On” Eddie Money
  • “Baby I Love You” Aretha Franklin
  • “Baby I Love Your Way” Peter Frampton
  • “Baby I Love Your Way” Will To Power
  • “Baby I Need Your lovin'” Johnny Rivers
  • “Baby I’m A Want You” Bread
  • “Baby It’s You” Smith
  • “Baby Love” Supremes
  • “Baby, Now That I’ve Found You” The Foundations
  • “Baby, What A Big Surprise” Chicago
  • “Baby Workout” Jackie Wilson
  • “Baby, You’re a Rich Man” The Beatles
  • “Baby, I Love You” Andy Kim
  • “Back In Love Again” LTD
  • “Back In My Arms Again” Supremes
  • “Back In The High Life Again” Steve Winwood
  • “Back In The U.S.A.” Linda Ronstadt
  • “Back in The USSR” The Beatles
  • “Back In Time” Huey Lewis & The News
  • “Back Off Boogaloo” Rongo Starr
  • “Back On The Chain Gang” Ringo Starr
  • “Back Stabbers” O’Jays
  • “Backfield in Motion” Mel and Tim
  • “Bad” Michael Jackson
  • “Bad Bad Leroy Brown” Jim Croce
  • “Bad Blood” Neil Sedaka
  • “Bad Boy” Miami Sound Machine
  • “Bad Case of Loving You” Robert Palmer
  • “Bad Girls” Donna Summer
  • “Bad Luck” Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
  • “Bad Medicine” Bon Jovi
  • “Bad moon Rising” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Baker Street” Gerry Rafferty
  • “Ball of Confusion” Temptations
  • “Ballad of John and Yoko” The Beatles
  • “The Ballad Of The Green Berets” SSG Barry Sadler
  • “Ballroom Blitz” Sweet
  • “Bank of Gold” Freda Payne
  • “Band on the Run” Paul McCartney
  • “Bang a Gong” T. Rex
  • “Bang Bang” Cher
  • “Bang The Drum All Day” Todd Rundgren
  • “Bangla-Desh” George Garrison
  • “Barbara Ann” Regents
  • “Barbara Ann” The Beach Boys
  • “Barefootin'” Robert Parker
  • “Barracude” Heart
  • “Be My Baby” The Ronettes
  • “Be My Baby” Andy Kim
  • “Be Near Me” ABC
  • “Be Thankful for What You Got” William DeVaughn
  • “Be True To Your School” The Beach Boys
  • “Beach Baby” First Class
  • “Beast of Burden” The Rolling Stones
  • “The Beat Goes On” Sonny & Cher
  • “Beat It” Michael Jackson
  • “Beautiful Morning” The Rascals
  • “Beauty is Only Skin Deep” Temptations
  • “Bed of Roses” Bon Jovi
  • “Beechwood” Marvelettes
  • “Beginnings” Chicago
  • “Being With You” Smokey Robinson
  • “The Bells” The Originals
  • “Ben” Michael Jackson
  • “Bend Me, Shape Me” American Breed
  • “Bennie & The Jets” Elton John
  • “Bernadette” Four Tops
  • “The Best Disco in Town” Ritchie Family
  • “Best of My Love” The Eagles
  • “Best of My Love” Emotions
  • “The Best of Times” Styx
  • “Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me” Gladys Night & The Pips
  • “Betcha By Golly Wow” Stylistics
  • “Beth” KISS
  • “Big Girls Don’t Cry” Four Seasons
  • “Big Shot” Billy Joel”
  • “Big Time” Peter Gabriel
  • “Big Yellow Taxi” Joni Mitchell
  • “Biggest Part of Me” Ambrosia
  • “Billie Jean” Michael Jackson
  • “Billy Don’t Be A Hero” Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods
  • “The Birds and The Bees” Jewel Akens
  • “Birthday” The Beatles
  • “The Bitch is Back” Elton John
  • “Bits and Pieces” Dave Clarke Five
  • “Black and White” Three Dog Night”
  • “Black is Black” Los Bravos
  • “Black Magic Woman” Santana
  • “Black or White” Michael Jackson
  • “Black Velvet” Alannah Myles
  • “Black Water” Doobie Brothers
  • “Blinded by The Light” Manfred Mann
  • “Blowin’ In The Wind” Stevie Wonder
  • “Blue Bayou” Linda Ronstadt
  • “Blue Suede Shoes” Carl Perkins
  • “Bobby’s Girl” Marcie Blane
  • “Bohemian Rhapsody” Queen
  • “Boogaloo Down Broadway” The Fantastic Johnny C.
  • “Boogie Down” Eddie Kendricks
  • “Boogie Fever” Sylvers
  • “Boogie Nights” Heatwave
  • “Boogie On Reggae Woman” Stevie Wonder
  • “Boogie Oogie Oogie” Taste of Honey
  • “Boogie Shoes” KC & The Sunshine Band
  • “Boogie Wonderland” Earth, Wind, and Fire
  • “Borderline” Madonna
  • “Born In the USA” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Born to Be Alive” Patrick Hernandez
  • “Born to Be My Baby” Bon Jovi
  • “Born to Be Wild” Steppenwolf
  • “Born to Run” Bruce Springsteen
  • “The Boxer” Simon and Garfunkel
  • “Boy From New York City” Ad Libs
  • “Boy Named Sue” Johnny Cash
  • “Boys Are Back In Town” Thin Lizzy
  • “Brand New Key” Melanie
  • “Brandy” Looking Glass
  • “Break My Stride” Matthew Wilder
  • “Breakin'” Ollie and Jerry
  • “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (1962)” Neil Sedaka
  • “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do (1975)” Neil Sedaka
  • “Breakup Song (They Don’t Write ‘Em)” Greg Kihn Band
  • “Brick House” Commodores
  • “Bridge Over Troubled Water” Simon and Garfunkel
  • “Brilliant Disguise” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Broken Wings” Mr. Mister
  • “Brother Louie” Stories
  • “Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show” Neil Diamond
  • “Brown Eyed Girl” Van Morrison
  • “Brown Sugar” Rolling Stones
  • “Build Me Up Buttercup” Foundations
  • “Burning Down the House” Talking Heads
  • “Burning Love” Elvis Presley
  • “Bus Stop” Hollies
  • “Bust a Move” Young MC
  • “But It’s Alright” J.J. Jackson
  • “But It’s Alright” Huey Lewis and the News

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  • “Calendar Girl” Neil Sedaka
  • “California Dreamin'” The Mamas and Papas
  • “California Girls” The Beach Boys
  • “California Sun” Rivieras
  • “Call Me” Blondie
  • “Call On Me” Chicago
  • “Can I Change My Mind” Tyrone Davis
  • “Can I Get a Witness” Marvin Gaye
  • “Can’t Buy Me Love” The Beatles
  • “Can’t Fight This Feeling” Reo Speedwagon
  • “Can’t Get Enough” Bad Company
  • “Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love” Barry White
  • “Can’t Get It Out of My Head” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Can’t Help Falling In Love” Elvis Presley
  • “Can’t Smile Without You” Barry Manilow
  • “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” Frankie Valli
  • “Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat” Herman’s Hermits
  • “Can’t You See That She’s Mine” Dave Clark Five
  • “Candida” Tony Orlando
  • “Candle In the Wind” Elton John
  • “Candy Girl” Four Seasons
  • “Candy Man” Sammy Davis Jr.
  • “Car Wash” Rose Royce
  • “Cara Mia” Jay and the Americans
  • “Careless Whisper” Wham!
  • “Caribbean Queen” Billy Ocean
  • “Carrie Ann” Hollies
  • “Carry On Wayward Son” Kansas
  • “Cars” Gary Numan
  • “Cat’s In the Cradle” Harry Chapin
  • “Catch Us If You Can” Dave Clark Five
  • “Caught Up In You” 38 Special
  • “Cecelia” Simon and Garfunkel
  • “Celebrate” Three Dog Night
  • “Celebration” Kool and the Gang
  • “Centerfield” John Fogerty
  • “Centerfold” J. Geils Band
  • “C’est La Vie” Robbie Nevil
  • “Chain of Fools” Aretha Franklin
  • “The Chain” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Changes” David Bowie
  • “Chantilly Lace” Big Bopper
  • “Chapel of Love” Dixie Cups
  • “Cherish” Association
  • “Cherish” Kool and the Gang
  • “Cherish” Madonna
  • “Cherry Bomb” John Cougar Mellencamp
  • “Cherry Cherry” Neil Diamond
  • “Cherry Hill Park” Billy Joe Royal
  • “Chevy Van” Sammy Johns
  • “Chick-a-Boom (Don’t Ya)” Daddy Dewdrop
  • “China Girl” David Bowie
  • “China Grove” Doobie Brothers
  • “Chuck E’s In Love” Rickie Lee Jones
  • “Cinnamon” Derek
  • “Cisco Kid” War
  • “City of New Orleans” Arlo Guthrie
  • “Clair” Gilbert O’Sullivan
  • “Clap For the Wolfman” Guess Who
  • “Classical Gas” Mason Williams
  • “Clean Up Woman” Betty Wright
  • “The Closer I Get to You” Roberta Flack
  • “Cloud Nine” The Temptations
  • “Coconut” Harry Nilsson
  • “Cold As Ice” Foreigner
  • “Cold Sweat Part 1” James Brown
  • “Color Him Father” The Winstons
  • “Colour My World” Chicago
  • “Come A Little Bit Closer” Jay and the Americans
  • “Come and Get It” Badfinger
  • “Come and Get Your Love” Redbone
  • “Come Dancing” The Kinks
  • “Come Monday” Jimmy Buffett
  • “Come On Down To My Boat” Every Mother’s Son
  • “Come On Eileen” Dexy’s Midnight Runners
  • “C’mon Marianne” The Four Seasons
  • “Come Sail Away” Styx
  • “Come See About Me” The Supremes
  • “Come Softly To Me” The Fleetwoods
  • “Come To Me” France Joli
  • “Come Together” The Beatles
  • “Coming Up” Paul McCartney
  • “Conga” Miami Sound Machine
  • “Convoy” C.W. McCall
  • “Cool It Now” New Edition
  • “Cool Jerk” The Capitols
  • “Copacabana” Barry Manilow
  • “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love” The Spinners
  • “Could It Be Magic” Barry Manilow
  • “Couldn’t Get It Right” Climax Blues Band
  • “Count Me In” Gary Lewis
  • “Count On Me” Jefferson Starship
  • “Cover Me” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Cover of ‘The Rolling Stone'” Dr. Hook
  • “Coward of the Country” Kenny Rogers
  • “A Cowboy’s Work Is Never Done” Sonny & Cher
  • “Cowboys to Girls” the Intruders
  • “Crackerbox Palace” George Harrison
  • “Cracklin’ Rosie” Neil Diamond
  • “Crazy For You” Madonna
  • “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” Queen
  • “Crazy Love” Poco
  • “Crazy On You” Heart
  • “Creeque Alley” The Mamas and Papas
  • “Crimson and Clover” Tommy James & The Shondells
  • “Crocodile Rock” Elton John
  • “Cruel Summer” Bananarama
  • “Cruel to Be Kind” Nick Lowe
  • “Cruisin'” Smokey Robinson
  • “Cry Like a Baby” Box Tops
  • “Crying” Don McLean
  • “Crystal Blue Persuasion” Tommy James & the Shondelles
  • “Cupid” Sam Cooke
  • “Cupid / I’ve Loved You a Long Time” the Spinners
  • “Cut the Cake” Average White Band

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  • “Da Doo Ron Ron” Shaun Cassidy
  • “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy” Rod Stewart
  • “Daddy Don’t You Walk So Fast” Wayne Newton
  • “Daddy’s Home” Jermaine Jackson
  • “Dance Dance Dance” Beach Boys
  • “Dance Dance Dance” Chic
  • “Dance Hall Days” Wang Chung
  • “Dance To the Music” Sly & the Family Stone
  • “Dance with Me” Orleans
  • “Dance with Me” Peter Brown
  • “Dancing In the Dark” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Dancing In the Moonlight” King Harvest
  • “Dancing In the Street” Martha and the Vandellas
  • “Dancing Machine” Jackson 5
  • “Dancing on the Ceiling” Lionel Richie
  • “Dancing Queen” Abba
  • “Dancing with Myself” Billy Idol
  • “Dang Me” Roger Miller
  • “Danger Zone” Kenny Loggins
  • “Daniel” Elton John
  • “Danke Schoen” Wayne Newton
  • “Danny’s Song” Anne Murray
  • “Dark Lady” Cher
  • “Dawn (Go Away)” The Four Seasons
  • “Day After Day” Badfinger
  • “Day Tripper” The Beatles
  • “Daydream” Lovin’ Spoonful
  • “Daydream Believer” The Monkees
  • “Dazz” Brick
  • “De do do do, de da da da” The Police
  • “Deacon Blues” Steely Dan
  • “Dead Man’s Curve” Jan & Dean
  • “Dead Skunk In the Middle Of the Road” Loudon Wainwright III
  • “December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)” The Four Seasons
  • “Dedicated to the One I Love” The Mamas and Papas
  • “Delta Dawn” Helen Reddy
  • “Der Kommissar” After the Fire
  • “Desire” Andy Gibb
  • “Desperado” The Eagles
  • “Devil in Disguise” Elvis Presley
  • “Devil Went Down to Georgia” Charlie Daniels
  • “Devil with a Blue Dress” Mitch Ryder and the Detroit
  • “Devil Woman” Cliff Richard
  • “Dialogue (Part II)” Chicago
  • “Diamond Girl” Seals and Crofts
  • “Diary” Bread
  • “Did It in a Minute” Hall & Oates
  • “Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind” Lovin’ Spoonful
  • “Didn’t I Blow Your Mind This Time” The Delfonics
  • “Dim All the Lights” Donna Summer
  • “Dirty Diana” Michael Jackson
  • “Dirty Laundry” Don Henley
  • “Dirty Water” The Standells
  • “Dirty White Boy” Foreigner
  • “Disco Duck” Rick Dees
  • “Disco Inferno” Trammps
  • “Disco Lady” Johnnie Taylor
  • “Disco Nights” GQ
  • “Dizzy” Tommy Roe
  • “Do It (Till You’re Satisfied” B.T. Express
  • “Do It Again” The Beach Boys
  • “Do It Again” Steely Dan
  • “Do That to Me One More Time” Captain & Tennille
  • “Do Wah Diddy Diddy” Manfred Mann
  • “Do Ya” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Do You Believe In Love” Huey Lewis and the News
  • “Do You Believe In Magic” Lovin’ Spoonful
  • “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” Dionne Warwick
  • “Do You Know What I Mean” Lee Michaels
  • “Do You Love Me” The Contours
  • “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” Culture Club
  • “Do You Wanna Dance” The Beach Boys
  • “Do You Want to Know a Secret” The Beatles
  • “Do Your Thing” Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band
  • “Doctor My Eyes” Jackson Browne
  • “Doctor’s Orders” Carole Douglas
  • “Does Anybody Really Know?” Chicago
  • “Domino” Van Morrison
  • “Don’t Ask Me Why” Billy Joel
  • “Don’t Be Cruel” Elvis Presley
  • “Don’t Bring Me Down” The Animals
  • “Don’t Bring Me Down” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You” Sugarloaf
  • “Don’t Do Me Like That” Tom Petty
  • “Don’t Dream It’s Over” Crowded House
  • “Don’t Expect Me To Be Your Friend” Lobo
  • “Don’t Fear The Reaper” Blue Oyster Cult
  • “Don’t Give Up On Us” David Soul
  • “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” Elton John
  • “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” Crystal Gayle
  • “Don’t Know Much” Linda Ronstadt
  • “Don’t Leave Me This Way” Thelma Houston
  • “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” Santa Esmeralda
  • “Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying” Gerry & the Pacemakers
  • “Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me” Elton John
  • “Don’t Look Back” Boston
  • “Don’t Lose My Number” Phil Collins
  • “Don’t Mess With Bill” Marvelettes
  • “Don’t Pull Your Love” Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds
  • “Don’t Shed A Tear” Paul Carrack
  • “Don’t Sleep In The Subway” Petula Clark
  • “Don’t Stand So Close To Me” The Police
  • “Don’t Stop” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” Michael Jackson
  • “Don’t Stop Believin'” Journey
  • “Don’t Talk To Strangers” Rick Springfield
  • “Don’t Worry Baby” The Beach Boys
  • “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” Bobby McFerrin
  • “Don’t You Care” Buckinghams
  • “Do You Want Me” Human League
  • “Don’t You Worry ’bout a Thing” Stevie Wonder
  • “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” Simple Minds
  • “Donna The Prima Donna” Dion
  • “Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)” The Rolling Stones
  • “Double Shot (Of My Baby’s Love)” The Swingin’ Medallions
  • “Double Vision” Foreigner
  • “Down By The lazy River” The Osmonds
  • “Down in The Boondocks” Billy Joe Royal
  • “Down On The Corner” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Down Under” Men At Work
  • “Downtown” Petula Clark
  • “Drag City” Jan & Dean
  • “Draggin’ The Line” Tommy James
  • “Dream Baby” Roy Orbison
  • “Dream On” Aerosmith
  • “Dream Weaver” Gary Wright
  • “Dreams” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Dress You Up” Madonna
  • “Drift Away” Dobie Gray
  • “Drive” The Cars
  • “Drive My Car” The Beatles
  • “Drivin’ My Life Away” Eddie Rabbitt
  • “Dueling Banjos” Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell
  • “Duke Of Earl” Gene Chandler
  • “Dust in The Wind” Kansas

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  • “Easier Said Than Done” Essex
  • “Easy” Commodores
  • “Easy Lover” Philip Bailey
  • “Easy To Be Hard” Three Dog Night
  • “Eat It” Weird Al Yankovic
  • “Ebb Tide” Righteous Brothers
  • “Ebony and Ivory” Paul McCartney
  • “Edge of Seventeen” Stevie Nicks
  • “Eight Days A Week” The Beatles
  • “867-5309/Jenny” Tommy Tutone
  • “Eighteen With A Bullet” Pete Wingfield
  • “El Condor Pasa” Simon & Garfunkel
  • “Eleanor Rigby” The Beatles
  • “Electric Avenue” Eddy Grant
  • “Elenore” The Turtles
  • “Eli’s Coming” Three Dog Night
  • “Elusive Butterfly” Bob Lind
  • “Emotion” Samantha Sang
  • “Emotional Rescue” The Rolling Stones
  • “Endless Love” Diana Ross
  • “England Swings” Roger Miller
  • “Enjoy yourself” The Jacksons
  • “Escape” Rupert Holmes
  • “Eternal Flame” The Bangles
  • “Eve Of Destruction” Barry McGuire
  • “Everlasting Love” Carl Carlton
  • “Every Breath You Take” The police
  • “Every Little Thing She Does is Magic” The Police
  • “Every Time You Go Away” Paul Young
  • “Every Woman in The World” Air Supply
  • “Everybody” Tommy Roe
  • “Everybody Have Fun Tonight” Wang Chung
  • “Everybody Is a Star” Sly & The Family Stone
  • “Everybody Plays The Fool” Main Ingredient
  • “Everybody Wants to Rule The World” Tears For Fears
  • “Everybody’s Everything” Santana
  • “Everybody’s Talking” Nilsson
  • “Everyday People” Sly & The Family Stone
  • “Everyone’s a Winner” Hot Chocolate
  • “Everything I Own” Bread
  • “Everything Is Beautiful” Ray Stevens
  • “Everything She Wants” WHAM!
  • “Evil Ways” Santana
  • “Evil Woman” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Express” BT. Express
  • “Express Yourself” Charles Wright
  • “Expressway To Your Heart” Soul Survivors
  • “Eye in The Sky” Alan Parsons Project
  • “Eye of The Tiger” Survivor
  • “Eyes Without A Face” Billy Idol

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  • “Faith” George Michael
  • “Faithfully” Journey
  • “Fallin’ in Love” Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds
  • “Fame” David Bowie
  • “Fame” Irene Cara
  • “Family Affair” Sly & The Family Stone
  • “Fanny” Bee Gees
  • “Fantasy” Earth, Wind and Fire
  • “Father Figure” George Michael
  • “Feel Like Makin’ Love” Roberta Flack
  • “Feel Like Makin’ Love” Bad Company
  • “Feelin’ Alright” Joe Cocker
  • “Feelin’ Stronger Every day” Chicago
  • “Feelings” Morris Albert
  • “Feels Like The First Time” Foreigner
  • “Feels So Good” Chuck Mangione
  • “Fernando” ABBA
  • “Ferry Cross the Mersey” Gerry and the Pacemakers
  • “Fifth of Beethoven” Walter Murphy
  • “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” Paul Simon
  • “Fifty-Ninth Street Bridge” Harpers Bizarre
  • “Fingertips” Stevie Wonder
  • “Fire” The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
  • “Fire” Ohio Players
  • “Fire” The Pointer Sisters
  • “Fire & Rain” James Taylor
  • “Fire on High” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” Roberta Flack
  • “Five O’Clock World” Vogues
  • “The Flame” Cheap Trick
  • “Flash Light” Parliament
  • “Flashdance… What a Feeling” Irene Cara
  • “Float On” Floaters
  • “Fly Like An Eagle” Steve Miller
  • “Fly” Robin, Fly” Silver Convention
  • “FM” Steely Dan”
  • “Follow You Follow Me” Genesis
  • “Fool (If You Think It’s Over)” Chris Rea
  • “Fooled Around and Fell In Love” Elvin Bishop
  • “Footloose” Kenny Loggins
  • “For Once in My Life” Stevie Wonder
  • “For The Love of Money” O’Jays
  • “For What’s It’s Worth” Buffalo Springfield
  • “For Your Eyes Only” Sheena Easton
  • “Forever in Blue Jeans” Neil Diamond
  • “Forever Young” Rod Stewart
  • “Forget-Me-Nots” Patrice Rushen
  • “Fortunate Son” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “409” The Beach Boys
  • “4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Fox On The Run” Sweet
  • “Foxy Lady” Jimi Hendrix
  • “Frankenstein” Edgar Winter Group
  • “Freddie’s Dead” Curtis Mayfield
  • “Free Bird” Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • “Free Fallin'” Tom Petty
  • “Free Ride” Edgar Winter Group
  • “Freeway Of Love” Aretha Franklin
  • “Freeze Frame” J. Geils Band
  • “Fresh” Kool & The Gang
  • “Friday on My Mind” Easybeats
  • “Fun Fun Fun” The Beach Boys
  • “Funky Broadway” Wilson Pickett
  • “Funky Cold Medina” Tone Loc
  • “Funky Nassau” Beginning of The End
  • “Funkytown” Lipps Inc.
  • “Funny Face” Donna Fargo

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Givin’ You The G’s

19367421 CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “GTO” Ronny & The Daytonas
  • “Galveston” Glen Cambell
  • “Game of Love” Wayne Fontana
  • “Games People Play” Joe South
  • “Games People Play” Alan Parsons Project
  • “Games Without Frontiers” Peter Gabriel
  • “Garden Party” Rick Nelson
  • “Gemini Dream” Moody Blues
  • “Georgy Girl” Seekers
  • “Get Back” The Beatles
  • “Get Closer” Seals and Crofts
  • “Get Dancin'” Disco-Tex and the Sex-O-Lettes
  • “Get Down” Gilbert O’Sullivan
  • “Get Down On It” Kool & The Gang
  • “Get Down Tonight” KC & The Sunshine Band
  • “Get Down, Get Down” joe Simon
  • “Get Off My Cloud” The Rolling Stones
  • “Get On It” Esquires
  • “Get Outta My Dreams, Get into My Car” Billy Ocean
  • “Get Ready” Rare earth
  • “Get Together” Youngbloods
  • “Get Up (Sex Machine)” James Brown
  • “Get Up and Boogie (That’s Right)” Silver Convention
  • “Getaway” Earth, Wind and Fire
  • “Ghostbusters” Ray Parker Jr.
  • “Gimme Dat Ding” Pipkins
  • “Gimme Gimme Good Lovin'” Crazy Elephant
  • “Gimme Little Sign” Brenton Wood
  • “Gimme Shelter” The Rolling Stones
  • “Gimme Some Lovin'” Spencer Davis Group
  • “The Girl Is Mine” Michael Jackson
  • “Girls Like You” The Rascals
  • “Girl Watcher” O’Kaysions
  • “Girl You” Be A Woman Soon” Neil Diamond
  • “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” Cyndi Lauper
  • “Gitarzan” Ray Stevens
  • “Give A Little Bit” Supertramp
  • “Give It To Me Baby” Rick James
  • “Give It Up” KC and the Sunshine Band
  • “Give Me Just a Little More Time” Chairmen of the Board
  • “Give Me Love” George Harrison
  • “Give Me the Night” George Benson
  • “Give Peace a Chance” John Lennon
  • “Giving It Up for Your Love” Delbert McClinton
  • “Glad All Over” Dave Clark Five
  • “The Glamorous Life” Shelia E.
  • “Gloria” Shadows of Knight
  • “Gloria” Laura Branigan
  • “Glory Days” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Glory of Love” Peter Cetera
  • “Go All the Way” The Raspberries
  • “Go Away Little Girl” The Happenings
  • “Go Now!” Moody Blues
  • “Go Your Own Way” Fleetwood Mac
  • “God Only Knows (Sax Solo)” The Beach Boys
  • “Goin’ Out of My Head” Little Anthony and the Imperials
  • “Goin’ to a Go-Go” Smokey Robinson
  • “Going In Circles” Friends of Distinction
  • “Going Up the Country” Canned Heat
  • “Gold” John Stewart
  • “Gold Dust Woman” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Golden Years” David Bowie
  • “Goldfinger” Shirley Bassey
  • “Gonna Fly Now” Bill Conti
  • “Good Day Sunshine” The Beatles
  • “Good Girls Don’t” The Knack
  • “Good Lovin'” The Rascals
  • “Good Luck Charm” Elvis Presley
  • “Good Morning Starshine” Oliver
  • “Good Thing” Paul Revere and the Raiders
  • “Good Thing” Fine Young Cannibals
  • “Good Times” Chic
  • “Good Times Roll” Cars
  • “Good Vibrations” The Beach Boys
  • “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” Elton John
  • “Goodnight Tonight” Wings
  • “Goody Two Shoes” Adam Ant
  • “Got My Mind Set On You” George Harrison
  • “Got To Be Real” Cheryl Lynn
  • “Got To Be There” Michael Jackson
  • “Got To Get You Into My Life” The Beatles
  • “Got To Give It Up (Pt. 1)” Marvin Gaye
  • “Grazin’ In the Grass” Hugh Masakela
  • “Grazin’ In the Grass” Friends of Distinction
  • “Grease” Frankie Valli
  • “Great Balls of Fire” Jerry Lee Lewis
  • “Greatest Love of All” Whitney Houston
  • “Green Eyed Lady” Sugarloaf
  • “Green Onions” Booker T and the MG’s
  • “Green River” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Green Tambourine” Lemon Pipers
  • “The Groove Line” Heatwave
  • “Groove Me” King Floyd
  • “Groovin'” The Rascals
  • “Groovy Kind of Love” The Mindbenders
  • “Groovy Situation” Gene Chandler
  • “Guantanamera” The Sandpipers
  • “Guilty” Barbra Streisand
  • “Guitar Man” Bread
  • “Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves” Cher
  • “Gypsy” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Gypsy Woman” Brian Hyland

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Here Are Your H’s!

19366405 CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “Hair” The Cowsills
  • “Hair of the Dog” Nazareth
  • “Half Breed” Cher
  • “Handy Man” James Taylor
  • “Hang On In There Baby” Johnny Bristol
  • “Hang On Sloopy” The McCoys
  • “Hanky Panky” Tommy James and the Shondelles
  • “The Happening” The Supremes
  • “Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen” Neil Sedaka
  • “Happy Days” Pratt and McClain
  • “Happy Jack” The Who
  • “Happy Together” The Turles
  • “Hard Day’s Night” The Beatles
  • “Hard to Say I’m Sorry” Chicago
  • “Harden My Heart” Quarterflash
  • “Harlem Shuffle” The Rolling Stones
  • “Harper Valley PTA” Jeannie C. Riley
  • “Harry Truman” Chicago
  • “Hats Off to Larry” Del Shannon
  • “Have You Ever Seen the Rain?” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Have You Never Been Mellow” Olivia Newton-John
  • “Have You Ever Seen Her” The Chi-Lites
  • “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In the Shadow?” The Rolling Stones
  • “Haven’t Got the Time for the Pain” Carly Simon
  • “Having a Party” Sam Cooke
  • “Hawaii Five-O” The Ventures
  • “Hazy Shade of Winter” Simon & Garfunkel
  • “Hazy Shade of Winter” The Bangles
  • “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” The Hollies
  • “He Don’t Love You” Tony Orlando
  • “He’s a Rebel” The Crystals
  • “He’s So Fine” The Chiffons
  • “He’s So Shy” The Pointer Sisters
  • “He’s the Greatest Dancer” Sister Sledge
  • “Head Games” Foreigner
  • “Head to Toe” Lisa Lisa and the Cult Jam
  • “Heard It In a Love Song” Marshall Tucker Band
  • “Heart and Soul” Huey Lewis and the News
  • “Heart Attack” Olivia Newton-John
  • “Heart Full of Soul” The Yardbirds
  • “Heart of Glass” Blondie
  • “Heart of Gold” Neil Young
  • “Heart of Rock and Roll” Huey Lewis and the News
  • “Heartache Tonight” Eagles
  • “Heartbeat – It’s a Love Beat” The DeFranco Family
  • “Heartbreak Hotel” Elvis Presley
  • “Heartbreaker” Dionne Warwick
  • “Heartlight” Neil Diamond
  • “The Heat Is On” Glenn Frey
  • “Heat of the Moment” Asia
  • “Heat Wave” Linda Ronstadt
  • “Heaven” Bryan Adams
  • “Heaven Is a Place On Earth” Belinda Carlisle
  • “Heaven Knows” Donna Summer
  • “Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel” Tavares
  • “Heaven Must Have Sent You” Bonnie Pointer
  • “Heaven On the 7th Floor” Paul Nicholas
  • “Helen Wheels” Paul McCartney
  • “Hello” Lionel Richie
  • “Hello Goodbye” The Beatles
  • “Hello I Love You” The Doors
  • “Hello It’s Me” Todd Rundgren
  • “Hello Mary Lou” Rick Nelson
  • “Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah” Allan Sherman
  • “Help Is On Its Way” Little River Band
  • “Help Me” Joni Mitchell
  • “Help Me Make It Through” Sammi Smith
  • “Help Me Rhonda” The Beach Boys
  • “Help!” The Beatles
  • “Here Comes the Judge” Shorty Long
  • “Here Comes My Baby” The Tremeloes
  • “Here Comes that Rainy-Day Feeling Again” The Fortunes
  • “Here Comes the Rain Again” The Eurythmics
  • “Here I Go Again” Whitesnake
  • “Hey Baby (They’re Playing Our Song)” The Buckinghams
  • “Hey Jude” The Beatles
  • “Hey Little Cobra” The Rip Chords
  • “Hey Nineteen” Steely Dan
  • “Hey There Lonely Girl” Eddie Holman
  • “(Hey Wont You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody” B.J. Thomas
  • “Hey! Baby” Bruce Channel
  • “Hi-De-Ho” Blood, Sweat and Tears
  • “Hi Hi Hi” Wings
  • “High On You” Survivor
  • “Higher Ground” Stevie Wonder
  • “Higher Love” Steve Winwood
  • “Him” Rupert Holmes
  • “Hip to Be Square” Huey Lewis and the News
  • “Hippy Hippy Shake” Swinging Blue Jeans
  • “Hit Me With Your Best Shot” Pat Benatar
  • “Hit the Road Jack” Ray Charles
  • “Hitch Hike” Marvin Gaye
  • “Hitchin’ A Ride” Vanity Fare
  • “Hocus Pocus” Focus
  • “Hold Me” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Hold Me Now” Thompson Twins
  • “Hold Me Tight” Johnny Nash
  • “Hold On Tight” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Hold On, I’m Comin'” Sam & Dave
  • “Hold the Line” Toto
  • “Hold Your Head Up” Argent
  • “Holding Back the Years” Simply Red
  • “Holiday” The Bee-Gees
  • “Holiday” Madonna
  • “Hollywood Nights” Bob Seger
  • “Hollywood Swinging” Kool and the Gang
  • “Homeward Bound” Simon & Garfunkel
  • “Honey” Bobby Goldsboro
  • “Honey Chile” Martha and the Vandellas
  • “Honky Cat” Elton John
  • “Honky Tonk Women” The Rolling Stones
  • “Hooked On a Feeling” B.J. Thomas
  • “Hooked On a Feeling” Blue Swede
  • “Hooked On Classics” Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • “Hopelessly Devoted to You” Olivia Newton-John
  • “The Horse” Cliff Nobles and Company
  • “A Horse With No Name” America
  • “Hot Blooded” Foreigner
  • “Hot Child In the City” Nick Gilder
  • “Hot Fun In the Summertime” Sly & the Family Stone
  • “Hot Hot Hot” Buster Poindexter
  • “Hot In the City” Billy Idol
  • “Hot Legs” Rod Stewart
  • “Hot Line” The Sylvers
  • “Hot Rod Lincoln” Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen
  • “Hot Stuff” Donna Summer
  • “Hotel California” Eagles
  • “Hound Dog” Elvis Presley
  • “House of the Rising Sun” The Animals
  • “House That Jack Built” Aretha Franklin
  • “How Can I Be Sure” The Young Rascals
  • “How Can You Mend a Broken Heart” The Bee-Gees
  • “How Deep Is Your Love” The Bee-Gees
  • “How Do You Do” Mouth and MacNeal
  • “How Long” Ace
  • “How Much I Feel” Ambrosia
  • “How Sweet It Is” Marvin Gaye
  • “How Will I Know” Whitney Houston
  • “Human” The Human League
  • “Human Nature” Michael Jackson
  • “Hungry” Paul Revere and the Raiders
  • “Hungry Eyes” Eric Carmen
  • “Hungry Heart” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Hungry Like the Wolf” Duran Duran
  • “Hurdy Gurdy Man” Donovan
  • “Hurting Each Other” The Carpenters
  • “Hurts So Good” John Cougar Mellencamp
  • “Hush” Deep Purple
  • “The Hustle” Van McCoy

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In It For The I’s

164704091 CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “I Am a Rock” Simon & Garfunkel
  • “I Am… I Said” Neil Diamond
  • “I Am the Walrus” The Beatles
  • “I Am Woman” Helen Reddy
  • “I Can Dream About You” Dan Hartman
  • “I Can Hear Music” The Beach Boys
  • “I Can Help” Billy Swan
  • “I Can See Clearly Now” Johnny Nash
  • “I Can See For Miles” The Who
  • “I Can’t Get Next To You” The Temptations
  • “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” The Rolling Stones
  • “I Can’t Go For That” Hall & Oates
  • “I Can’t Help Myself” The Four Tops
  • “I Can’t Tell You Why” The Eagles
  • “I Can’t Wait” Nu
  • “I Dig Rock ‘N’ Roll Music” Peter, Paul and Mary
  • “I Do I Do I Do I Do I Do” ABBA
  • “I Don’t Want To Live Without You” Foreigner
  • “I Feel Fine” The Beatles
  • “I Feel For You” Chaka Khan
  • “I Feel Love” Donna Summer
  • “I Feel The Earth Move” Carole King
  • “I Fought The Law” Bobby Fuller Four
  • “I Found Someone” Cher
  • “I Get Around” The Beach Boys
  • “I Go Crazy” Paul Davis
  • “I Go To Pieces” Peter & Gordon
  • “I Got My Mind Made Up” Instant Funk
  • “I Got Rhythm” The Happenings
  • “I Got You ( I Feel Good)” James Brown
  • “I Got You Babe” Sonny & Cher
  • “I Had Too Much To Dream” Electric Prunes
  • “I Hate Myself For Loving You” Joan Jett
  • “I Hear a Symphony” The Supremes
  • “I Hear You Knocking” Dave Edmunds
  • “I Heard a Rumour” Bananarama
  • “I Heard It Through The Grapevine” Gladys Knight & The Pips
  • “I Heard It Through The Grapevine” Marvin Gaye
  • “I Honestly Love You” Olivia Newton-John
  • “I Just Called To Say I Love You” Stevie Wonder
  • “I Just Wanna Stop” Gino Vannelli
  • “I Just Want To Be Your Everything” Andy Gibb
  • “I Just Want To Celebrate” Rare Earth
  • “(I Just) Died In Your Arms” Cutting Crew
  • “I Keep Forgettin'” Michael McDonald
  • “I Knew Your Were Waiting” Aretha Franklin
  • “I Know A Place” Petula Clark
  • “I Like Dreamin'” Kenny Nolan
  • “I Like It Like That” Chris Kenner
  • “I Love A Rainy Knight” Eddie Rabbit
  • “I Love Music” O’ Jays
  • “I Love New York” Salsoul Orchestra
  • “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll” Joan Jett
  • “I Love The Nightlife” Alicia Bridges
  • “I Love You” Climax Blues Band
  • “I Melt With You” Modern English
  • “I Missed Again” Phil Collins
  • “I Need A Lover” John Mellencamp
  • “I Need You” America
  • “I Never Loved A Man” Aretha Franklin
  • “I Only Want To Be With You” Dusty Springfield
  • “I Only Want To Be With You” Bay City Rollers
  • “I Ran (So Far Away)” Flock of Seagulls
  • “I Saw Her Again” Mamas and Papas
  • “I Saw Her Standing There” The Beatles
  • “I Second That Emotion” Smokey Robinson
  • “I Shot The Sheriff” Eric Clapton
  • “I Started A Joke” Bee Gees
  • “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” U2
  • “I Think I Love You” The Partridge Family
  • “I Think We’re Alone Now” Tommy James & The Shondells
  • “I Walk The Line” Johnny Cash
  • “I Wanna Be Your Lover” Prince
  • “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” Whitney Houston
  • “I Wanna Get Next To You” Rose Royce
  • “I Want A New Drug” Huey Lewis & The News
  • “I Want Candy” Strangeloves
  • “I Want To Hold Your Hand” The Beatles
  • “I Want To Know What Love Is” Foreigner
  • “I Want You Back” Jackson 5
  • “I Want You To Want Me” Cheap Trick
  • “I Want You, I Need You, I Love You” Elvis Presley
  • “I Want Your Love” Chic
  • “I Was Made For Dancing” Leif Garrett
  • “I Was Made To Love Her” Stevie Wonder
  • “I Will Survive” Gloria Gaynor
  • “I Wish” Stevie Wonder
  • “I Wish It Would Rain” Temptations
  • “I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight” Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
  • “I Would Die 4 U” Prince
  • “I Write The Songs” Barry Manilow
  • “I’d Love You To Want Me” Lobo
  • “I’d Really Love To See You Tonight” England Dan & John Ford
  • “I’d Wait A Million Years” Grass Roots
  • “I’ll Always Love My Momma” Intruders
  • “I’ll Be Around” The Spinners
  • “I’ll Be Doggone” Marvin Gaye
  • “I’ll Be Good To You” Brothers Johnson
  • “I’ll Never Fall in Love” Dionne Warwick
  • “I’ll Never Love This Way” Dionne Warwick
  • “I’ll Take You There” Staple Singers
  • “I’m A Believer” The Monkees
  • “I’m A Loser” The Beatles
  • “I’m A Man” Spencer Davis Group
  • “I’m Alright” Kenny Loggins
  • “I’m Coming Out” Diana Ross
  • “I’m Easy” Keith Carradine
  • “I’m Every Woman” Chaka Khan
  • “I’m Gonna Love You Just A Little Bit More” Barry White
  • “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” The Supremes
  • “I’m Gonna Make You Mine” Lou Christie
  • “I’m Happy Just To Dance” The Beatles
  • “I’m Henry The Eighth” Herman’s Hermits
  • “I’m In You” Peter Frampton
  • “I’m Into Something Good” Herman’s Hermits
  • “I’m Just A Singer (In a Rock ‘n’ Roll Band)” The Moody Blues
  • “I’m Losing You” The Temptations
  • “I’m Not In Love” Ten CC
  • “I’m Not Lisa” Jessi Colter
  • “(I’m Not Your) Stepping Stone” The Monkees
  • “I’m On Fire” Bruce Springsteen
  • “I’m So Excited” Pointer Sisters
  • “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” B.J. Thomas
  • “I’m Still In Love With You” Al Green
  • “I’m Still Standing” Elton John
  • “I’m Stone in Love With You” The Stylistics
  • “I’m Telling you Now” Freddie & The Dreamers
  • “I’m Your Boogie Man” KC & The Sunshine Band
  • “I’m Your Puppet” James & Bobby Purify
  • “I’ve Got The Music in Me” Kiki Dee
  • “I’ve Got To Use My Imagination” Gladys Knight & The Pips
  • “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” Four Seasons
  • “I’ve Gotta Get A Message to You” Bee Gees
  • “(I’ve Had The) Time of My Life” Billy Medley
  • “If I Can’t Have You” Yvonne Elliman
  • “If I Could Build My World Around You” Marvin Gaye
  • “If I Could Turn Back Time” Cher
  • “If I Were A Carpenter” Bobby Darin
  • “If This Is It” Huey Lewis & The News
  • “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
  • “If You Leave” Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
  • “If You Leave Me Now” Chicago
  • “If You Really Love Me” Stevie Wonder
  • “If You Wanna Be Happy” Jimmy Soul
  • “If You’re Ready” Staple Singers
  • “Imagine” John Lennon
  • “Immigrant Song” Led Zeppelin
  • “In and Out Of Love” Supremes
  • “In My Room” The Beach Boys
  • “In The Air Tonight” Phil Collins
  • “In The City” The Eagles
  • “In The Ghetto” Elvis Presley
  • “In The Midnight Hour” Wilson Pickett
  • “In The Navy” The Village People
  • “In The Rain” The Dramatics”
  • “In The Summetime” Mungo Jerry
  • “In The Year 2525” Zager and Evans
  • “In Your Eyes” Peter Gabriel
  • “Incense and Peppermints” Strawberry Alarm Clock
  • “Indian Lake” Cowsills
  • Indian Reservation” Paul Revere & The Raiders
  • “Indiana Wants Me” Dean Taylor
  • “Infatuation” Rod Stewart
  • “Inner City Blues” Marvin Gaye
  • “Instant Karma” John Lennon
  • “Instant Replay” Dan Hartman
  • “Into The Groove” Madonna
  • “Invisible Touch” Genesis
  • “Is She Really Going Out With Him” Joe Jackson
  • “Island Girl” Elton John
  • “Islands in the Stream” Kenny Rogers
  • “Isn’t She Lovely” Stevie Wonder
  • “Israelites” Desmond Dekker
  • “It Ain’t Me Babe” The Turtles
  • “It Don’t Come Easy” Ringo Starr
  • “It Don’t Matter To Me” Bread
  • “It Keeps You Runnin'” The Doobie Brothers
  • “It Never Rains in California” Albert Hammond
  • “It Only Takes a Minute” Tavares
  • “It Takes Two” Marvin Gaye
  • “It’s a Heartache” Bonnie Taylor
  • “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World” James Brown
  • “It’s a Miracle” Barry Manilow
  • It’s a Shame” The Spinners
  • It’s All Over Now” The Rolling Stones
  • “It’s Alright” Impressions
  • “It’s Ecstasy When you Lay Down Next To Me” Barry White
  • “It’s My Party” Lesley Gore
  • “It’s Not Unusual” Tom Jones
  • “It’s Now or Never” Elvis Presley
  • “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll” The Rolling Stones
  • “It’s Raining Men” Weather Girls
  • “It’s So Easy” Linda Ronstadt
  • “It’s Still Rock ‘n’ Roll to Me” Billy Joel
  • “It’s The Same Old Song” Four Tops
  • “It’s Too Late” Carole King
  • “It’s Your Thing” Isley Brothers
  • “Itchycoo Park” Small Faces

NEXT PAGE Jammin’ With the J’s!

Jonesin’ For The J’s

82969260 CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “Jack and Diane” John Cougar Mellencamp
  • “Jack and Jill” Raydio
  • “Jackie Blue” Ozark Mountain Daredevil
  • “Jacob’s Ladder” Huey Lewis & The News
  • “Jailhouse Rock” Elvis Presley
  • “Jam Up Jelly Tight” Tommy Roe
  • “Jammin'” Bob Marley
  • “Java” Al Hirt
  • “Jazzman” Carole King”
  • “Jenny Take a Ride” Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
  • “Jeopardy” Greg Kihn Band
  • “Jessie’s Girl” Rick Springfield
  • “Jesus is Just Alright” The Doobie Brothers
  • “Jet” Paul McCartney
  • “Jet Airliner” Steve Miller
  • “Jimmy Mack” Martha & The Vandellas
  • “Jive Talkin'” Bee Gees
  • “Joanna” Kool & The Gang
  • “Johhny B Goode” Chuck Berry
  • “The Joker” Steve Miller
  • “Joy” Apollo 100
  • “Joy To The World” Three Dog Night
  • “Judy in Disguise” John Fred & His Playboy Band
  • “Judy’s Turn to Cry” Lesley Gore
  • “Jukebox Hero” Foreigner
  • “Julie Do Ya Love Me” Bobby Sherman
  • “Jump” Van Halen
  • “Jump (For My Love)” Pointer Sisters
  • “Jumpn’ Jack Flash” The Rolling Stones
  • “Jungle boogie” Kool & The Gang
  • “Jungle Fever” Chakachas
  • “Jungle Love” Steve Miller
  • “Junior’s Farm” Paul McCartney
  • “Junk Food Junkie” Larry Groce
  • “Just a Gigolo” David Lee Roth
  • “Just A Little” Beau Brummels
  • “Just A Song Before I Go” Crosby, Stills & Nash
  • “Just Don’t Want to Be Lonely” Main Ingredient
  • “(Just Like) Romeo and Juliet” The Reflections
  • “(Just Like) Starting Over” John Lennon
  • “Just My Imagination” Temptations
  • “Just One Look” The Commodores
  • “Just To See Her” Smokey Robinson
  • “Just What I Needed” The Cars
  • “Just You ‘n’ Me” Chicago

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It’s K Time!

19367429 CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “Kansas City” Wilbert Harrison
  • “Karma Chameleon” Culture Club
  • “(Keep Feeling) Fascination” Human League
  • “Keep It Comin’ Love” KC & The Sunshine Band
  • “Keep On dancing” Gentrys
  • “Keep On Loving You” REO Speedwagon
  • “Keep On Smilin'” Wet Willie
  • “Keep On Truckin'” Eddie Kendricks
  • “Keep Your Hands To Yourself” Georgia Satellites
  • “Keeping The Faith” Billy Joel
  • “Kentucky Rain” Elvis Presley
  • “Kentucky Woman” Neil Diamond
  • “Key Largo” Bertie Higgins
  • “Kicks” Paul Revere & The Raiders
  • “Killer Queen” Queen
  • “Killing Me Softly with His Song” Roberta Flack
  • “Kind of a Drag” Buckinghams
  • “King of pain” The Police
  • “King of the Road” Roger Miller
  • “King Tut” Steve Martin
  • “Kiss” Prince
  • “Kiss and Say Good-Bye” Manhattans
  • “Kiss on My List” Hall & Oates
  • “Kiss You All Over” Exile
  • “Knock On Wood” Amii Stewart
  • “Knock Three Times” Tony Orlando
  • “Knockin’ On heaven’s Door” Bob Dylan
  • “Knowing Me, Knowing You” ABBA
  • “Kodachrome” Paul Simon
  • “Kokomo” The Beach Boys
  • “Kung Fu Fighting” Carl Douglas
  • “Kyrie” Mr. Mister

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Longin’ For The L’s

16469596 CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “La Bamba” Los Lobos
  • “La Grange” ZZ Top
  • “La Isla Bonita” Madonna
  • “La La Means I Love You” Delfonics
  • “Ladies Night” Kool and The Gang
  • “Lady” Styx
  • “Lady Madonna” The Beatles
  • “Lady Marmalade” LaBelle
  • “Lady” Willpower” Gary Puckett and The Union Gap
  • “Lady You Bring Me Up” Commodores
  • “Land of 1000 Dances” Wilson Pickett
  • “Land of Confusion” Genesis
  • “Last Dance” Donna Summer
  • “Last Kiss” J. Frank Wilson
  • “Last Song” Edward Bear
  • “The Last Time” The Rolling Stones
  • “Last Train to Clarksville” The Monkees
  • “Late in The Evening” Paul Simon
  • “Laugh Laugh” Beau Brummels
  • “Laughing” The Guess Who
  • “Laughter in The Rain” Neil Sedaka
  • “Laurie” Dickey Lee
  • “Lay Down Sally” Eric Clapton
  • “Lay Lady Lay” Bob Dylan
  • Lay Your Hands on Me” Bon Jovi
  • “Layla” Derek & The Dominos
  • “Lazy Day” Spanky & Our Gang
  • “Le Freak” Chic
  • “Lead Me On” Maxine Nightengale
  • “Lean On Me” Bill Withers
  • “Leather and Lace” Stevie Nicks
  • “Legs” ZZ Top
  • “Let ‘Em In” Wings
  • “Let It Be” The Beatles
  • “Let It Ride” Bachman Turner Overdrive
  • “Let It Whip” Dazz Band
  • “(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear” Elvis Presley
  • “Let My Love Open the Door” Pete Townshend
  • “Let The Music Play” Shannon
  • “Let Your Love Flow” Bellamy Brothers
  • “Let’s Dance” Chris Montez
  • “Let’s Dance” David Bowie
  • “Let’s Do It Again” Staple Singers
  • “Let’s Get It On” Marvin Gaye
  • “Let’s Get Serious” Jermaine Jackson
  • “Let’s Go Crazy” Prince
  • “Let’s Groove” Earth, Wind and Fire
  • “Let’s Hang On” Four Seasons
  • “Let’s hear It For The Boys” Deniece Williams
  • “Let’s Live For Today” Grass Roots
  • “Let’s Spend The Night Together” The rolling Stones
  • “Let’s Stay Together” Al Green
  • “The Letter” Box Tops
  • “Levon” Elton John
  • “Liar” Three Dog Night
  • “Liar Liar” The Castaways
  • “Lido Shuffle” Boz Scaggs
  • “Life in The Fast Lane” The Eagles
  • “Life is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me)” Reunion
  • “Life’s Been Good” Joe Walsh
  • “Light My Fire” The Doors
  • “Lightnin’ Strikes” Lou Christie
  • “Lights” Journey
  • “Like a Virgin” Madonna
  • “Like a Rolling Stone” Bob Dylan
  • “Like a Prayer” Madonna
  • “Lil’ Red Riding Hood” Sam the Shan and the Pharaohs
  • “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” Robert John
  • “Listen to the Music” The Doobie Brothers
  • “Listen to What the Man Said” Wings
  • “Little Bit O’ Soul” Music Explosion
  • “Little Bitty Pretty One” Jackson 5
  • “Little Deuce Coupe” The Beach Boys
  • “Little Green Apples” O.C. Smith
  • “Little Honda” The Hondells
  • “Little Less Conversation” Elvis Presley
  • “Little Lies” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Little Old Lady from Pasadena” Jan & Dean
  • “Little Red Corvette” Prince
  • “Little Willy” Sweet
  • “Live and Let Die” Wings
  • “Livin’ It Up” Bell & James
  • “Livin’ On a Prayer” Bon Jovi
  • “Living for the City” Stevie Wonder
  • “Living In America” James Brown
  • “Living Thing” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Loco-Motion” Grand Funk
  • “Lodi” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “The Logical Song” Supertramp
  • “Lola” The Kinks
  • “Lonely Boy” Andrew Gold
  • “Lonely Days” The Bee-Gees
  • “Lonely Teardrops” Jackie Wilson
  • “Lonesome Loser” Little River Band
  • “The Long and Winding Road” The Beatles
  • “Long Cool Woman” The Hollies
  • “The Long Run” Eagles
  • “Long Tall Glasses” Leo Sayer
  • “Long Train Running” The Doobie Brothers
  • “The Longest Time” Billy Joel
  • “The Look of Love” ABC
  • “Look What You’ve Done For Me” Al Green
  • “The Look” Roxette
  • “Lookin’ Out My Back Door” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Looking for Love” Johnny Lee
  • “Lotta Love” Nicolette Larson
  • “Louie Louie” Kingsmen
  • “Love Bites” Def Leppard
  • “Love Child” The Supremes
  • “Love Come Down” Evelyn “Champagne” King
  • “Love Grows” Edison Lighthouse
  • “Love Hangover” Diana Ross
  • “Love Her Madly” The Doors
  • “Love Hurts” Nazareth
  • “The Love I Lost” Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes
  • “Love Is a Battlefield” Pat Benatar
  • “Love Is Here and Now You’re Gone” the Supremes
  • “Love Is In the Air” John Paul Young
  • “Love Is Like An Itching” The Supremes
  • “Love Is Like Oxygen” Sweet
  • “Love Is the Drug” Roxy Music
  • “(Love Is) Thicker Than Water” Andy Gibb
  • “Love Machine (Part 1)” The Miracles
  • “Love Me Do” The Beatles
  • “Love Me Tender” Elvis Presley
  • “Love Me Two Times” The Doors
  • “Love Or Let Me Be Lonely” Friends of Distinction
  • “Love Potion Number Nine” The Searchers
  • “Love Rollercoaster” The Ohio Players
  • “Love Shack” The B-52’s
  • “Love So Right” The Bee-Gees
  • “Love Stinks” The J. Geils Band
  • “Love the One You’re With” Stephen Stills
  • “Love Theme From ‘Romeo and Juliet'” Henry Mancini
  • “Love to Love You Baby” Donna Summer
  • “Love Train” The O’Jays
  • “Love Will Find a Way” Pablo Cruise
  • “Love Will Keep Us Together” Captain and Tennille
  • “Love Won’t Let Me Wait” Major Harris
  • “Love You Inside Out” The Bee-Gees
  • “The Love You Save” Jackson 5
  • “Love’s Theme” Love Unlimited Orchestra
  • “Lovely One” The Jacksons
  • “Lovely Rita” The Beatles
  • “Loves Me Like A Rock” Paul Simon
  • “Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin'” Journey
  • “Lovin’ You” Minnie Riperton
  • “Low Rider” War
  • “Lowdown” Boz Scaggs
  • “Lucky Star” Madonna
  • “Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds” Elton John
  • “Lyin’ Eyes” Eagles

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Makin’ Time For The M’s

52189100 CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

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  • “Ma Belle Amie” Tee Set
  • “MacArthur Park” Richard Harris
  • “MacArthur Park” Donna Summer
  • “Macho Man” Village People
  • “Mack the Knife” Bobby Darin
  • “Mad About You” Belinda Carlisle
  • “Maggie May” Rod Stewart
  • “Magic” Pilot
  • “Magic” Olivia Newton-John
  • “Magic” Cars
  • “Magic Bus” The Who
  • “Magic Carpet Ride” Steppenwolf
  • “Magic Man” Heart
  • “Magical Mystery Tour” The Beatles
  • “Magnet and Steel” Walter Egan
  • “Mainstreet” Bob Seger
  • “Make Me Lose Control” Eric Carmen
  • “Make Me Smile” Chicago
  • “Makin’ It” David Naughton
  • “Mama Can’t Buy You Love” Elton John
  • “Mama Told Me (Not to Come)” Three Dog Night
  • “Mama’s Pearl” Jackson 5
  • “Mamma Mia” Abba
  • “Man in the Mirror” Michael Jackson
  • “Mandy” Barry Manilow
  • “Maneater” Hall & Oates
  • “Maniac” Michael Sembello
  • “Manic Monday” The Bangles
  • “Margaritaville” Jimmy Buffet
  • “Master Blaster (Jammin’)” Stevie Wonder
  • “Material Girl” Madonna
  • “Matter of Trust” Billy Joel
  • “Maxwell’s Silver Hammer” The Beatles
  • “Maybe I’m Amazed” Wings
  • “Maybellene” Chuck Berry
  • “Me and Bobby McGee” Janis Joplin
  • “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard” Paul Simon
  • “Me and Mrs. Jones” Billy Paul
  • “Me & You & a Dog Named Blue” Lobo
  • “Mellow Yellow” Donovan
  • “Memphis” Johnny Rivers
  • “Miami Vice Theme” Jan Hammer
  • “Mickey” Toni Basil
  • “Midnight at the Oasis” Maria Muldaur
  • “Midnight Blue” Melissa Manchester
  • “Midnight Blue” Lou Gramm
  • “Midnight Confessions” The Grass Roots
  • “Midnight Train to Georgia” Gladys Knight and the Pips
  • “The Mighty Quinn” Manfred Mann
  • “Mind Games” John Lennon
  • “Minute by Minute” The Doobie Brothers
  • “Miracles” Jefferson Starship
  • “Mirage” Tommy James and the Shondelles
  • “Miss Me Blind” Culture Club
  • “Miss you” The Rolling Stones
  • “Miss You Much” Janet Jackson
  • “Missing You” John Waite
  • “Misunderstanding” Genesis
  • “Mockingbird” James Taylor
  • “Modern Love” David Bowie
  • “Monday Monday” The Mamas and the Papas
  • “Money” Pink Floyd
  • “Money for Nothing” The Dire Straits
  • “Money (That’s What I Want)” Barrett Strong
  • “Monster Mash” Bobby Boris Pickett
  • “Montego Bay” Bobby Bloom
  • “Mony Mony” Tommy James
  • “Moondance – Van Morrison
  • “Moonlight Feels Right – Starbuck
  • “More More More – Andrea True
  • “More Than A Feeling – Boston
  • “More Than A Woman – Bee Gees
  • “More Than I Can Say – Leo Sayer
  • “More Today Than Yesterday – Spiral Starecase
  • “Morning Has Broken – Cat Stevens
  • “Morning Train” Sheena Easton
  • “Mother And Child Reunion” Paul Simon
  • “Mother Freedom” Bread
  • “Mother In Law” Ernie K-Doe
  • “Mother’s Little Helper” Rolling Stones
  • “Mountain Of Love” Johnny Rivers
  • “Movin’ Out” Billy Joel
  • “Mr. Big Stuff” Jean Knight
  • “Mr. Blue Sky” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Mr. Bojangles” Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
  • “Mr. Dieingly Sad” Critters
  • “Mr. Roboto” Styx
  • “Mr. Tambourine Man” Byrds
  • “Mrs. Brown You’ve Got” Herman’s Hermits
  • “Mrs. Robinson” Simon & Garfunkel
  • “Muskrat Love” Captain & Tennille
  • “Mustang Sally” Wilson Pickett
  • “Mustang Sally” Commitments
  • “My Baby Loves Lovin” White Plains
  • “My Best Friend’s Girl” The Cars
  • “My Boyfriend’s Back” Angels
  • “My Cherie Amour” Stevie Wonder
  • “My Ding A Ling” Chuck Berry
  • “My Eyes Adored You” Frankie Valli
  • “My Generation” The Who
  • “My Girl” Temptations
  • “My Guy” Mary Wells
  • “My Hometown” Bruce Springsteen
  • “My Life” Billy Joel
  • “My Little Town” Simon & Garfunkel
  • “My Love” Paul McCartney & Wings
  • “My Maria” B.W. Stevenson
  • “My Prerogative” Bobby Brown
  • “My Sharona” The Knack
  • “My Sweet Lord” George Harrison
  • “My World Is Empty Without You” Supremes

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N’s Are Soooo Nice!

19373453 CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)” Steam
  • “Nadine” Chuck Berry
  • “(The) Name Game” Shirley Ellis
  • “(The) Name Of The Game” Abba
  • “Nashville Cats” Lovin’ Spoonful
  • “Native New Yorker” Odyssey
  • “(A) Natural Man” Lou Rawls
  • “(A) Natural Woman” Aretha Franklin
  • “Need You Tonight” INXS
  • “Neither One of Us” Gladys Knight and the Pips
  • “Neutron Dance” Pointer Sisters
  • “Never” Heart
  • “Never Been To Spain” Three Dog Night
  • “Never Can Say Good-bye” Jackson 5
  • “Never Can Say Good-bye” Gloria Gaynor
  • “Never Gonna Fall In Love” Eric Carmen
  • “Never Gonna Give You Up” Rick Astley
  • “Never Knew Love Like This Before” Stephanie Mills
  • “Never My Love” The Association
  • “Never, Never Gonna Give You Up” Barry White
  • “New Kid in Town” Eagles
  • “New Orleans” Gary “U.S.” Bonds
  • “New York, New York” Frank Sinatra
  • “New York State of Mind” Billy Joel
  • “Nice To Be With You” Gallery
  • “The Night Chicago Died” Paper Lace
  • “Night Fever” Bee Gees
  • “The Night Has A Thousand Eyes” Bobby Vee
  • “Night Movies” Bob Seger
  • “Night The Lights Went Out” Vicki Lawrence
  • “Night They Drove Old Dix” Joan Baez
  • “Nights Are Forever Without England” Dan & John Ford
  • “Nights In White Satin” Moody Blues
  • “Nights On Broadway” Bee Gees
  • “Night Shift” Commodores
  • “Nikita” Elton John
  • “Nine To Five” Dolly Parton
  • “Nineteen-Ninety-Nine” Prince
  • “Nineteenth Nervous Breakdown” Rolling Stones
  • “Ninety Eight Point Six” Keith
  • “Ninety Nine” Luftballo Nena
  • “Ninety Six Tears” Question Mark & the Mysterians
  • “No Matter What” Badfinger
  • “No More Tears, Enough Is Enough” Donna Summer
  • “No No Song” Ringo Starr
  • “No Sugar Tonight” Guess Who
  • “No Time” Guess Who
  • “No Woman, No Cry” Bob Marley
  • “Nobody” Sylvia Kirby
  • “Nobody But Me” Human Beinz
  • “Nobody Does It Better” Carly Simon
  • “Nobody Told Me” John Lennon
  • “Nothing At All” Heart
  • “Nothing But Heartaches” Supremes
  • “Nothing From Nothing” Billy Preston
  • “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us” Starship
  • “No Where Man” Beatles
  • “No Where To Run” Martha And The Vandellas
  • “Number Nine Dream” John Lennon


An Ode To “O”

letter o CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “OB-LA-DI, OB-LA-DA” Beatles
  • “Octopus’s Garden” Beatles
  • “Ode To Billie Joe” Bobbie Gentry
  • “Off The Wall” Michael Jackson
  • “Oh Babe What Would You Say” Hurricane Smith
  • “Oh Happy Day” Edwin Hawkins Singers
  • “Oh Sheila” Ready For The World
  • “Oh Sherrie” Steve Perry
  • “Oh What A Night” Dells
  • “Oh, Pretty Woman” Roy Orbison
  • “Old Days” Chicago
  • “Old Fashioned Love Song” Three Dog Night
  • “Old Man Down The Road” John Fogerty
  • “Old Time Rock & Roll” Bob Seger
  • “On And On” Stephen Bishop
  • “On Broadway” Drifters
  • “On Broadway” George Benson
  • “On The Dark Side” John Cafferty
  • “On The Radio” Donna Summer
  • “One” Three Dog Night
  • “One Bad Apple” Osmonds
  • “One Fine Day” Chiffons
  • “One Less Bell To Answer” Fifth Dimension
  • “One More Try” George Michael
  • “One Night In Bangkok” Murray Head
  • “One Of A Kind” Spinners
  • “One Of These Nights” Eagles
  • “One That You Love” Air Supply
  • “One Thing Leads To Another” Fixx
  • “One Tin Soldier” Coven
  • “One Toke Over The Line” Brewer And Shipley
  • “One Way Or Another” Blondie
  • “Only Sixteen” Dr. Hook
  • “Only The Good Die Young” Billy Joel
  • “Only The Lonely” Roy Orbison
  • “Only The Lonely” Motels
  • “Only The Strong Survive” Jerry Butler
  • “OOH Baby Baby” Linda Ronstadt
  • “OOH Child” Five Stairsteps
  • “Open Arms” Journey
  • “Open Your Heart” Madonna
  • “Operator” Jim Croce
  • “Opus ” Four Seasons
  • “Other Woman” Ray Parker Jr.
  • “Our Day Will Come” Ruby & The Romantics
  • “Our House” Madness
  • “Our Love” Natalie Cole
  • “Our Love (Don’t Throw It Away” Andy Gibb
  • “Out Of Touch” Hall & Oates
  • “Outa Space” Billy Preston
  • “Over And Over” Dave Clark Five
  • “Over My Head” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Oye Como Va” Santana

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Mind Your “P’s” & “Q’s”

letter pq CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “Paint It Black” Rolling Stones
  • “Palisades Park” Freddy Cannon
  • “Papa Don’t Preach” Madonna
  • “Papa Was A Rolling Stone” Temptations
  • “Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag” James Brown
  • “Paperback Writer” Beatles
  • “Part Time Lover” Stevie Wonder
  • “Passion” Rod Stewart
  • “Peace Train” Cat Stevens
  • “Peaceful Easy Feeling” Eagles
  • “Peg” Steely Dan
  • “Peggy Sue” Buddy Holly
  • “Penny Lane” Beatles
  • “People Are Strange” Doors
  • “People Got To Be Free” Rascals
  • “Philadelphia Freedom” Elton John
  • “Photograph” Ringo Starr
  • “Physical” Olivia Newton John
  • “Piano Man” Billy Joel
  • “Pick Up The Pieces” Average White Band
  • “Pictures Of Matchstick Men” Status Quo
  • “Piece Of My Heart” Janis Joplin
  • “Pillow Talk” Sylvia
  • “Pinball Wizard” Who
  • “Pink Cadillac” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Pink Cadillac” Natalie Cole
  • “Pink Houses” John Cougar Mellencamp
  • “Pipeline” Chantays
  • “Place In The Sun” Stevie Wonder
  • “Play Me” Neil Diamond
  • “Play That Funky Music” Wild Cherry
  • “Playground In My Mind” Clint Holmes
  • “Pleasant Valley Sunday” Monkees
  • “Please Come To Boston” Dave Loggins
  • “Please Don’t Go” KC & The Sunshine Band
  • “Please Mr. Please” Olivia Newton-John
  • “Please Mr. Postman” Marvelettes
  • “Please Mr. Postman” Carpenters
  • “Please, Please Me” Beatles
  • “Poetry In Motion” Johnny Tillotson
  • “Poetry Man” Phoebe Snow
  • “Point Of No Return” Expose
  • “Poison Ivy” Coasters
  • “Polk Salad Annie” Tony Joe White
  • “Poor Side Of Town” Johnny Rivers
  • “Pop Muzik” M
  • “Popcorn” Hot Butter
  • “Popsicles And Icicles” Murmaids
  • “Positively th Street” Bob Dylan
  • “Pour Some Sugar On Me” Def Leppard
  • “Power Of Love” Huey Lewis & The News
  • “Precious And Few” Climax
  • “Pretty Little Angel Eyes” Curtis Lee/Halos
  • “Pride And Joy” Marvin Gaye
  • “Private Eyes” Hall & Oates
  • “Promises” Eric Clapton
  • “Promises, Promises” Naked Eyes
  • “Proud Mary” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Proud Mary” Ike & Tina Turner
  • “P.S. I Love You” Beatles
  • “Psychedelic Shack” Temptations
  • “Psychotic Reaction” Count Five
  • “Puff The Magic Dragon” Peter Paul & Mary
  • “Puppy Love” Donny Osmond
  • “Purple Haze” Jimi Hendrix
  • “Purple Rain” Prince
  • “Put A Little Love In You” Jackie Deshannon
  • “Put Your Hand In The Hand” Ocean
  • “Put Your Head On My Shoulder” Paul Anka
  • “Puttin’ On The Ritz” Taco
  • “PYT” Michael Jackson
  • “Quarter To Three” Gary US Bonds
  • “Queen Of Hearts” Juice Newton
  • “Question And ” Chicago
  • “Quicksand” Martha And The Vandellas

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“R” is For Rolling, Just like a Stone…

letter r CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “Radar Love” Golden Earring
  • “Rag Doll” Four Seasons
  • “Rain On The Roof” Lovin Spoonful
  • “Rain, The Park And Other Things” Cowsills
  • “RainDrops Keep Falling” B.J. Thomas
  • “Rainy Day Women # & ” Bob Dylan
  • “Rainy Days And Mondays” Carpenters
  • “Rainy Night In Georgia” Brook Benton
  • “Ramblin Gamblin Man” Bob Seger System
  • “Ramblin’ Man” Allman Brothers Band
  • “The Rapper” Jaggerz
  • “Rapper’s Delight” Sugarhill Gang
  • “Rapture” Blondie
  • “Raspberry Beret” Prince
  • “Reach Out I’ll Be There” Four Tops
  • “Reach Out Of The Darkness” Friend And Lover
  • “Real Love” Doobie Brothers
  • “Reason To Believe” Rod Stewart
  • “Red Red Wine” UB
  • “Red Rubber Ball” Cyrkle
  • “Reeling In The Years” Steely Dan
  • “Reflections” Supremes
  • “Reflections Of My Life” Marmalade
  • “The Reflex” Duran Duran
  • “Refugee” Tom Petty
  • “Remember Walking In The Sand” Shagri-Las
  • “Reminiscing” Little River Band
  • “Rescue Me” Fontella Bass
  • “Respect” Aretha Franklin
  • “Respect Yourself” Staple Singers
  • “Return To Sender” Elvis Presley
  • “Reunited” Peaches & Herb
  • “Revolution” Beatles
  • “Rhapsody In The Rain” Lou Christie
  • “Rhiannon” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Rhinestone Cowboy” Glen Campbell
  • “Rhythm Of My Heart” Rod Stewart
  • “Rhythm Of Night” DeBarge
  • “Rhythm Of The Rain” Cascades
  • “Rich Girl” Hall & Oates
  • “Ride Captain Ride” Blues Image
  • “Ride Like The Wind” Christopher Cross
  • “Riders On The Storm” Doors
  • “Rights Back Where We Started” Maxine Nightigale
  • “Right Down The Line” Gerry Rafferty
  • “Right Here Waiting” Richard Marx
  • “Right Place Wrong Time” Dr. John
  • “Rikki Don’t Lose That Number” Steely Dan
  • “Ring My Bell” Anita Ward
  • “Ring Of Fire” Johnny Cash
  • “Rings” Cymarron
  • “Rise” Herb Alpert
  • “River Deep-Mountain High” Supremes
  • “River Of Dreams” Billy Joel
  • “Rock And Roll All Nite” Kiss
  • “Rock And Roll Heaven” Righteous Brothers
  • “Rock And Roll, Hoochie Koo” Rick Derringer
  • “Rock And Roll Music” Beach Boys
  • “Rock And Roll Never Forgets” Bob Seger
  • “Rock And Roll Part ” Gary Glitter
  • “Rock Around The Clock” Bil Haley & The Comets
  • “Rock Me Amadeus” Falco
  • “Rock Me Gently” Andy Kim
  • “Rock N Roll Fantasy” Bad Company
  • “Rock’N Me” Steve Miller
  • “Rock On” David Essex
  • “Rock Steady” Aretha Franklin
  • “Rock The Boat” Hues Corporation
  • “Rock The Casbah” Clash
  • “Rock This Town” Stray Cats
  • “Rock With You” Michael Jackson
  • “Rock You Baby” George McCrae
  • “R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A.” John Cougar Mellancamp
  • “Rocket Man” Elton John
  • “Rockin’ Down The Highway” Doobie Brothers
  • “Rockin’ Pneumonia-Boogi” Johnny Rivers
  • “Rockin Robin” Michael Jackson
  • “Rocky Mountain High” John Denver
  • “Rocky Mountain Way” Joe Walsh
  • “Rocky Raccoon” Beatles
  • “Roll On Down The Highway” Bachman Turner Overdrive
  • “Roll Over Beethoven” Chuck Berry
  • “Roll With It” Steve Winwood
  • “Rosanna” Toto
  • “Rose Garden” Lynn Anderson
  • “Roundabout” Yes
  • “Roxanne” Police
  • “Rubberband Man” Spinners
  • “Ruby Baby” Dion
  • “Ruby Don’t Take Your Love To Town” Kenny Rogers
  • “Ruby Tuesday” Rolling Stones
  • “Run To You” Bryan Adams
  • “Runaround Sue” Dion
  • “Runaway” Del Shannon
  • “Running On Empty” Jackson Browne
  • “Running With The Night” Lionel Ritchie

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S Is For “Shaddapa You Face!”

letter s CBS FMs A to Z Countdown

  • “S.O.S.” Abba
  • “Sad Eyes” Robert John
  • “Sad Songs (Say So Much)” Elton John
  • “Safety Dance” Men Without Hats
  • “Sail On” Commodores
  • “Sail On Sailor” Beach Boys
  • “Sailing” Christopher Cross
  • “San Francisco” Scott Mckenzie
  • “Sara” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Sara” Starship
  • “Sara Smile” Hall & Oates
  • “Saturday In The Park” Chicago
  • “Saturday Night” Bay City Rollers
  • “Saturday Night’s Alright” Elton John
  • “Save The Last Dance” Drifters
  • “Say Goodbye To Hollywood” Billy Joel
  • “Say It Isn’t So” Hall & Oates
  • “Say Say Say” Paul Mccartney
  • “Say You Love Me” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Say You, Say Me” Lionel Richie
  • “Scarborough Fair” Simon & Garfunkel
  • “School’s Out” Alice Cooper
  • “Scorpio” Dennis Coffey
  • “Sea Of Love” Honeydrippers
  • “Sealed With A Kiss” Brian Hyland
  • “Searchin’ So Long” Chicago
  • “Seasons In The Sun” Terry Jacks
  • “Second Hand News” Fleetwood Mac
  • “Second Time Around” Shalimar
  • “Secret Agent Man” Johnny Rivers
  • “Secret Lovers” Atlantic Starr
  • “See Me, Feel Me” Who
  • “See You In September” Happenings
  • “Self Control” Laura Branigan
  • “Sentimental Lady” Bob Welch
  • “Seperate Ways” Journey
  • “September” Earth Wind And Fire
  • “September Morn” Neil Diamond
  • “Serpentine Fire” Earth Wind And Fire
  • “Seven Bridges Road” Eagles
  • “Seventh Son” Johnny Rivers
  • “Sexual Healing” Marvin Gaye
  • “Sexy Eyes” Dr Hook
  • “Sgt.Pepper/With A Little Help From My Friends” Beatles
  • “Shaddap You Face” Joe Dolce
  • “Shadow Dancing” Andy Gibb
  • “Shake It Up” Cars
  • “Shake Me Wake Me” Four Tops
  • “Shake You Down” Gregory Abbott
  • “Shake Your Body” Jacksons
  • “Shake Your Booty” KC & The Sunshine Band
  • “Shake Your Groove Thing” Peaches And Herb
  • “Shake, Rattle, And Roll” Bill Haley & The Comets
  • “Shakedown” Bob Seger
  • “Shambala” Three Dog Night
  • “Shame” Evelyn “Champagne” King
  • “Shame On The Moon” Bob Seger
  • “Shannon” Henry Gross
  • “Share The Land” Guess Who
  • “Sharing The Night Together” Dr Hook
  • “Sharp Dressed Man” ZZ op
  • “Shattered” Rolling Stones
  • “She Blinded Me With Science” Thomas Dolby
  • “She Bop” Cyndi Lauper
  • “She Drives Me Crazy” Fine Young Cannibals
  • “She Loves You” Beatles
  • “She Works Hard For The Money” Donna Summer
  • “She’d Rather Be With Me” Turtles
  • “She’s A Lady” Tom Jones
  • “She’s Like The Wind” Patrick Swayze
  • “She’s Not There” Zombies
  • “She’s Out Of My Life” Michael Jackson
  • “She’s So Cold” Rolling Stones
  • “Sheila” Tommy Roe
  • “Sherry” Four Seasons
  • “Shining Star” Earth Wind And Fire
  • “Shining Star” Manhattans
  • “Shoop Shoop Song” Betty Everett
  • “Shop Around” Captain And Tennille
  • “Short People” Randy Newman
  • “Shotgun” Junior Walker/All-Stars
  • “Shout-Part” Isley Brothers
  • “Shout” Tears For Fears
  • “Show And Tell” Al Wilson
  • “Show Me The Way” Peter Frampton
  • “Show Must Go On” Three Dog Night
  • “Sideshow” Blue Magic
  • “Signed Sealed Delivered” Stevie Wonder
  • “Signs” Five Man Electrical Band
  • “Silhouettes” Herman’s Hermits
  • “Silly Love Songs” Wings
  • “Simply Irresistable” Robert Palmer
  • “Since I Fell For You” Lenny Welch
  • “Sing A Song” Earth Wind And Fire
  • “Sir Duke” Stevie Wonder
  • “Sister Christian” Night Ranger
  • “Sister Golden Hair” America
  • “(Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay” Otis Redding
  • “Sitting In The Park” Billy Stewart
  • “Sixteen Candles” Crests
  • “Sixty-Five Love Affair” Paul Davis
  • “Sky High” Jigsaw
  • “Sky Pilot” Animals
  • “Sledgehammer” Peter Gabriel
  • “Slip Slidin’ Away” Paul Simon
  • “Sloop John B” Beach Boys
  • “Slow Hand” Pointer Sisters
  • “Small Town” John Cougar Mellencamp
  • “Smile A Little Smile” Flying Machine
  • “Smiling Faces Sometimes” Undisputed Truth
  • “Smoke From A Distant…” Sanford Townsend Band
  • “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes” Platters
  • “Smoke On The Water” Deep Purple
  • “Smokin’ In The Boys Room” Brownsville Station
  • “Smooth Criminal” Michael Jackson
  • “Smooth Operator” Sade
  • “Smuggler’s Blues” Glenn Frey
  • “Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron” Royal Guardsmen
  • “So In To You” Atlanta Rhythm Section
  • “Soldier Of Love” Donny Osmond
  • “Solid” Ashford & Simpson
  • “Some Guys Have All The Luck” Rod Stewart
  • “Some Kind Of Wonderful” Grand Funk
  • “Somebody To Love” Jefferson Airplane
  • “Somebody To Love” Queen
  • “Somebody’s Baby” Jackson Browne
  • “Someday We’ll Be Together” Supremes
  • “Someone Saved My Life Tonight” Elton John
  • “Something” Beatles
  • “Something So Strong” Crowded House
  • “Something Stupid” Frank Sinatra
  • “Sometimes When We Touch” Dan Hill
  • “Son Of A Preacher Man” Dusty Springfield
  • “Song Sung Blue” Neil Diamond
  • “Sooner Or Later” Grass Roots
  • “Sorry Seems To Be…” Elton John
  • “Soul Finger” Bar-Kays
  • “Soul-Limbo” Booker T & The Mg’s
  • “Soul Makossa” Manu Dibango
  • “Soul Man” Sam & Dave
  • “Soulful Strut” Young-Holt Unlimited
  • “Sounds Of Silence” Simon & Garfunkel
  • “Southern Nights” Glen Campbell
  • “Space Race” Billy Preston
  • “Spanish Harlem” Aretha Franklin
  • “Special Lady” Ray Goodman & Brown
  • “Spiders And Snakes” Jim Stafford
  • “Spill The Wine” Eric Burdon
  • “Spinning Wheel” Blood,Sweat & Tears
  • “Spirit In The Sky” Norman Greenbaum
  • “Splish Splash” Bobby Darin
  • “Spooky” Classics IV
  • “Squeeze Box” Who
  • “Stairway To Heaven” Led Zeppelin
  • “Stand Back” Stevie Nicks
  • “Stand By Me” Ben E. King
  • “Stand Tall” Burton Cummings
  • “Standing In The Shadows” Four Tops
  • “Star Wars Theme/Cantina” Meco
  • “Start Me Up” Rolling Stones
  • “State Of Shock” Jacksons
  • “Stay” Maurice Williams/Zodiacs
  • “Stay Awhile” Bells
  • “Stay With Me” Faces
  • “Stay With Me Tonight” Jeffrey Osborne
  • “Stayin’ Alive” Bee Gees
  • “Steal Away” Robbie Dupree
  • “Steppin’ Out” Joe Jackson
  • “Still” Commodores
  • “Still The One” Orleans
  • “Still The Same” Bob Seger
  • “Still Water” Four Tops
  • “Stir It Up” Johnny Nash
  • “Stomp” Brothers Johnson
  • “Stoned Love” Supremes
  • “Stoned Soul Picnic” Fifth Dimension
  • “Stoney End” Barbra Streisand
  • “Stop Draggin’ My Heart…” Stevie Nicks
  • “Stop Stop Stop” Hollies
  • “Stop! In The Name Of Love” Supremes
  • “Stormy” Classics Iv
  • “Straight Up” Paula Abdul
  • “Strange Magic” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Strangers In The Night” Frank Sinatra
  • “Strawberry Fields Forever” Beatles
  • “Strawberry Letter” Brothers Johnson
  • “Stray Cat Strut” Stray Cats
  • “Streak” Ray Stevens
  • “Stuck In The Middle…” Stealers Wheel
  • “Stuck With You” Huey Lewis & The News
  • “Stumblin’ In” Suzi Quatro
  • “Suddenly” Billy Ocean
  • “Suddenly Last Summer” Motels
  • “Sugar Sugar” Archies
  • “Suite Judy Blue Eyes” Crosby Stills & Nash
  • “Sukiyaki” Taste Of Honey
  • “Sultans Of Swing” Dire Straits
  • “Summer” War
  • “Summer Breeze” Seals And Crofts
  • “Summer In The City” Lovin Spoonful
  • “Summer Nights” John Travolta
  • “Summer Of ’69” Bryan Adams
  • “Summer Song” Chad And Jeremy
  • “Summer Wind” Frank Sinatra
  • “Summertime” Billy Stewart
  • “Summertime Blues” Eddie Cochran
  • “Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine…” Walker Brothers
  • “Sunday Will Never Be…” Spanky & Our Gang
  • “Sundown” Gordon Lightfoot
  • “Sunglasses At Night” Corey Hart
  • “Sunny” Bobby Hebb
  • “Sunny Afternoon” Kinks
  • “Sunshine” Jonathan Edwards
  • “Sunshine Of Your Love” Cream
  • “Sunshine On My Shoulders” John Denver
  • “Sunshine Superman” Donovan
  • “Super Freak” Rick James
  • “Superfly” Curtis Mayfield
  • “Superstar” Carpenters
  • “Superstition” Stevie Wonder
  • “Sure Gonna Miss Her” Gary Lewis
  • “Surf City” Jan & Dean
  • “Surfer Girl” Beach Boys
  • “Surfin’ Bird” Trashmen
  • “Surfin’ U.S.A.” Beach Boys
  • “Suspicion” Terry Stafford
  • “Suspicious Minds” Elvis Presley
  • “Sussudio” Phil Collins
  • “Suzie Q” Creedence Clearwater Rev
  • “Swayin’ To The Music” Johnny Rivers
  • “Swearing To God” Frankie Valli
  • “Sweet Caroline” Neil Diamond
  • “Sweet Cherry Wine” James & The Shondelles
  • “Sweet City Woman” Stampeders
  • “Sweet Dreams” Eurythmics
  • “Sweet Emotion” Aerosmith
  • “Sweet Freedom” Mihael Mcdonald
  • “Sweet Hitch Hiker” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Sweet Home Alabama” Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • “Sweet Soul Music” Arthur Conley
  • “Sweet Talkin’ Woman” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Sweet Talking Guy” Chiffons
  • “Sweet Thing” Rufus
  • “Swingtown” Steve Miller
  • “Sylvia’s Mother” Dr Hook
  • “Sympathy For The Devil” Rolling Stones

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Take Me to the “T’s”!

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  • “Tainted Love/Where Did Our Love Go” Soft Cell
  • “Take A Chance On Me” Abba
  • “Take A Letter Maria” R.B. Greaves
  • “Take It Easy” Eagles
  • “Take It On The Run” Reo Speedwagon
  • “Take It To The Limit” Eagles
  • “Take Me Home” Cher
  • “Take Me Home” Phil Collins
  • “Take Me Home Country Road” John Denv
  • “Take Me Home Tonight” Eddie Money
  • “Take Me In Your Arms” Doobie Brothers
  • “Take Me To The River” Talking Heads
  • “Take My Breath Away” Berlin
  • “Take On Me” A-Ha
  • “Take The Long Way Home” Supertramp
  • “Take The Money And Run” Steve Miller
  • “Take Your Time (Do It Right)” SOS Band
  • “Takin’ It To The Streets” Doobie Brothers
  • “Taking Care Of Business” Bachman Turner Overdrive
  • “Talking In Your Sleep” Romantics
  • “Taste Of Honey” Herb Alpert
  • “Taxi” Harry Chapin
  • “Teach Your Children” Crosby Stills Nash & Young
  • “Tears Of A Clown” Miracles
  • “Telephone Line” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Tell Her About It” Billy Joel
  • “Tell Her No” Zombies
  • “Tell It Like It Is” Aaron Neville
  • “Tell Me Something Good” Rufus
  • “Telstar” Tornadoes
  • “Temptation Eyes” Grass Roots
  • “Tempted” Squeeze
  • “Tenth Avenue Freezeout” Bruce Springsteen
  • “Tequila” Champs
  • “Tequila Sunrise” Eagles
  • “Thank God Im A Country Boy” John Denver
  • “Thank The Lord…” Neil Diamond
  • “Thank You For Being A Friend” Andrew Gold
  • “Thank You {Falettinme) Be” Sly & The Family Stone
  • “That Girl” Stevie Wonder
  • “That Lady” Isley Brothers
  • “That’ll Be The Day” Linda Ronstadt
  • “That’s All” Genesis
  • “That’s The Way Of The World” Earth Wind And Fire
  • “That’s The Way (I Like It)” KC & The Sunshine Band
  • “That’s What Friends Are For” Dionne Warwick
  • “Theme From S.W.A.T.” Rhythm Heritage
  • “Theme From Shaft” Isaac Hayes
  • “Then Came You” Dionne Warwick
  • “(There’s)Always Something” Naked Eyes
  • “These Boots Are Made For Walkin'” Nancy Sinatra
  • “These Dreams” Heart
  • “These Eyes” Guess Who
  • “They Just Can’t Stop It” Spinners
  • “They’re Coming To Take Me Away (Ha Ha)” Napolean XIV
  • “Things We Do For Love” Ten CC
  • “Things We Said Today” Beatles
  • “Think” Aretha Franklin
  • “Think I’m In Love” Eddie Money
  • “Third Rate Romance” Amazing Rhythm Aces
  • “This Diamond Ring” Gary Lewis
  • “This Girl Is A Woman Now” Gary Puckett/Union Gap
  • “This Guy’s In Love With…” Herb Alpert
  • “This Is It” Kenny Loggins
  • “This Magic Moment” Jay & The Americans
  • “This Old Heart Of Mine” Rod Stewart
  • “This Will Be” Natalie Cole
  • “Three Times A Lady” Commodores
  • “Thriller” Michael Jackson
  • “Thunder Island” Jay Ferguson
  • “Ticket To Ride” Beatles
  • “Tide Is High” Blondie
  • “Tie A Yellow Ribbon ‘Round..” Tony Orlando
  • “Tie Me Kangaroo Down” Rolf Harris
  • “Tight Rope” Leon Russell
  • “Tighten Up” Archie Bell & The Drells
  • “Tighter Tighter” Alive And Kicking
  • “Time (Clock Of The Heart)” Culture Club
  • “Time After Time” Cyndi Lauper
  • “Time Has Come Today” Chambers Brothers
  • “Time In A Bottle” Jim Croce
  • “Time Is On My Side” Rolling Stones
  • “Time Is Tight” Booker T & The Mg’s
  • “Time Of The Season” Zombies
  • “Time Passages” Al Stewart
  • “Time Won’t Let Me” Outsiders
  • “Times Of Your Life” Paul Anka
  • “Tin Man” America
  • “Tired Of Toeing The Line” Rocky Burnette
  • “To Sir With Love” Lulu
  • “Together Forever” Rick Astley
  • “Tonight’s The Night” Rod Stewart
  • “Too Busy Thinking About” Marvin Gaye
  • “Too Hot” Kool And The Gang
  • “Too Much Heaven” Bee Gees
  • “Too Much Too Little Too” Johnny Mathis
  • “Torn Between Two Lovers” Mary Macgregor
  • “Tossin’ And Turnin'” Bobby Lewis
  • “Total Eclipse Of The Heart” Bonnie Tyler
  • “Touch Me” Doors
  • “Touch Me In The Morning” Diana Ross
  • “Touch Of Grey” Grateful Dead
  • “Traces” Classics IV
  • “Tracks Of My Tears” Johnny Rivers
  • “Tracy” Cuff Links
  • “Tragedy” Bee Gees
  • “Travelin’ Band” Creedence Clearwater Rev
  • “Treat Her Like A Lady” Cornelius Brothers/Sister
  • “Troglodyte (Cave Man)” Jimmy Castor Bunch
  • “True Colors” Cyndi Lauper
  • “Truly” Lionel Richie
  • “Tsop” Mfsb
  • “Tuesday Afternoon” Moody Blues
  • “Tumbling Dice” Rolling Stones
  • “Turn Back The Hands Of Time” Tyrone Davis
  • “Turn The Beat Around” Vicki Sue Robinson
  • “Turn The Page” Bob Seger
  • “Turn To Stone” Electric Light Orchestra
  • “Turn Turn Turn” Byrds
  • “Turn Your Love Around” George Benson
  • “Twenty-Five Miles” Edwin Starr
  • “Twilight Zone” Golden Earring
  • “Twist” Chubby Checker
  • “Twist And Shout” Isley Brothers
  • “Two Faces Have I” Lou Christie
  • “Two Tickets To Paradise” Eddie Money

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We Do this For “U”

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  • “Unchained Melody” The Righteous Brothers
  • “Uncle Albert/Admiral Hal” Paul Mccartney
  • “Under the Boardwalk” The Drifters
  • “Undercover Angel” Alan O’Day
  • “Up Around the Bend” Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Up, Up and Away” Fifth Dimension
  • “Upside Down” Diana Ross
  • “Uptight (Everything’s Alright)” Stevie Wonder
  • “Uptown Girl” Billy Joel
  • “Urgent” Foreigner
  • “Use Me” Bill Withers
  • “Use Ta Be My Girl” The O’Jays

NEXT PAGE Next up… V’s & W’s!

Winding Down with V’s & W’s

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  • “Vacation” The Go-Go’s
  • “Vehicle” The Ides of March
  • “Venus” Shocking Blue
  • “Ventura Highway” America
  • “View to a Kill” Duran Duran
  • “Voices Carry” Til Tuesday
  • “Waiting for a Girl Like You” Foreigner
  • “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” Wham!
  • “Walk Away Renee” The Left Banke
  • “Walk Like a Man” The Four Seasons
  • “Walk Like An Egyptian” The Bangles
  • “Walk on the Wild Side” Lou Reed
  • “Walk this Way” Aerosmith
  • “Walking On Sunshine” Katrina & the Waves
  • “The Wanderer” Dion
  • “Wanna Be Starting Something” Michael Jackson
  • “Want Ads” Honey Cone
  • “War” Edwin Starr
  • “We Are Family” Sister Sledge
  • “We Can Work It Out” The Beatles
  • “We Don’t Talk Anymore” Cliff Richard
  • “We Got the Beat” The Go-Go’s
  • “We Will Rock You / We Are the Champions” Queen
  • “We’re An American Band” Grand Funk
  • “We’ve Only Just Begun” The Carpenters
  • “Wedding Bell Blues” The Fifth Dimension
  • “Welcome Back” John Sebastian
  • “Werewolves of London” Warren Zevon
  • “What a Fool Believes” The Doobie Brothers
  • “What Does It Take” Junior Walker and the All-Stars
  • “What I Like About You” The Romantics
  • “What You Won’t Do for Love” Bobby Caldwell
  • “What’s New Pussycat” Tom Jones
  • “Whatcha Gonna Go” Pablo Cruise
  • “Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get” The Dramatics
  • “Whatever Gets You Through the Night” John Lennon
  • “When a Man Loves a Woman” Percy Sledge
  • “When Doves Cry” Prince
  • “When I’m Sixty-Four” The Beatles
  • “When I’m With You” Sheriff
  • “When She Was My Girl” The Four Tops
  • “When Smokey Sings” ABC
  • “When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going” Billy Ocean
  • “When Will I Be Loved” Linda Ronstadt
  • “When You’re In Love With a Beautiful Woman” Dr. Hook
  • “Whenever I Call You Friend” Kenny Loggins
  • “Where Did Our Love Go” The Supremes
  • “Which Way You Goin’ Billy” The Poppy Family
  • “While You See a Chance” Steve Winwood
  • “Whip It” Devo
  • “White Rabbit” Jefferson Airplane
  • “Who Can It Be Now” Men at Work
  • “Who Put the Bomp” Barry Mann
  • “Who’s Crying Now” Journey
  • “Who’s Making Love” Johnnie Taylor
  • “Why Can’t We Be Friends” War
  • “Wild Thing” The Troggs
  • “Wild Thing” Tone Loc
  • “Wild, Wild West” The Escape Club
  • “Wildfire” Michael Murphey
  • “Wildflower” Skylark
  • “Will It Go Round In Circles” Billy Preston
  • “Wipe Out” The Surfaris
  • “Wishin’ and Hopin'” Dusty Springfield
  • “Wishing Well” Terence Trent D’arby
  • “Witchy Woman” Eagles
  • “Wooly Bully” Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs
  • “Working My Way Back to You” The Four Seasons
  • “Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” Gordon Lightfoot

NEXT PAGE Approaching the End with XYZ!

… XYZ, Now You Know Your ABC’s

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  • “YMCA” The Village People
  • “Yellow Submarine” The Beatles
  • “Yester Me Yester You Yesterday” Stevie Wonder
  • “You Are the Woman” Firefall
  • “You Can Call Me Al” Paul Simon
  • “You Can Do Magic” America
  • “You Can’t Hurry Love” The Supremes
  • “You Don’t Have to Be a Star” Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr.
  • “You Don’t Mess Around With Jim” Jim Croce
  • “You Give Love a Bad Name” Bon Jovi
  • “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” The Supremes
  • “You Make Lovin’ Fun” Fleetwood Mac
  • “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” Leo Sayer
  • “You May Be Right” Billy Joel
  • “You Really Got Me” The Kinks
  • “You Sexy Thing” Hot Chocolate
  • “You Should Be Dancing” The Bee-Gee’s
  • “You Were On My Mind” We Five
  • “You’re No Good” Linda Ronstadt
  • “You’re Only Human (Second Wind)” Billy Joel
  • “You’re Sixteen” Ringo Starr
  • “You’re the One That I Want” John Travolta
  • “You’ve Lost That Lovin'” Hall & Oates
  • “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy” Blood, Sweat, and Tears
  • “Young Girl” Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
  • “Young Turks” Rod Stewart
  • “Your Love Keeps Lifting” Rita Coolidge
  • “Your Mama Don’t Dance” Loggins & Messina
  • “Your Song” Elton John
  • “Zorba the Greek” Herb Alpert

There you go! Every song in our massive music library from A to Z. Hope you enjoyed our A to Z countdown as much as we loved playing it!

Comments (75)
  1. Mary Shaw says:

    always enjoy this kind of weekend, the A to ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ Have a wonderful safe Holiday!!!

  2. ann says:

    driving home from work yesterday you were on the “baby’s” group. where oh where was barbara lewis’ “baby, i’m yours”?
    sadly missed. otherwise great show. driving to work this am heard build me up buttercup and remembered many others from ’69. loved hearing neil diamond with “brother love”

  3. Deb says:

    All WCBS-FM101.1 countdowns are special. It’s wonderful to hear all the “oldies” that seem to get lost during day-to-day air play time. Love the days of an endless variety of songs. This morning, the songs that start with the word “California” did not include California Nights by the great Leslie Gore. You missed that one. Thanks for stopping the countdown at midnite and resuming it again at 6AM (an idea that should have started with the countdown concept). Keep those countdowns coming! Lots to enjoy! Happy and safe July 4th!

  4. Vince Bova says:

    Where are the 50’s songs ? Also where’s the 4 Seasons’ “Alone”,”Ain’t That a Shame” and Big Man in Town ??

    1. John says:

      Hey Vince,

      I also was looking forward to hearing “Big Man in Town”…oh well.

      1. Mike says:

        Seems like no more 50’s aside from a few Elvis and Chuck Berry songs. They even skipped “In The Still of the Night”. I guess it was it a matter of time. At least there’s still some 1960-64 songs in there.

    2. advance2go says:

      They are not the same WCBS we grew up with! They no longer play 50’s music. They replaced that decaed with the 80’s!….. arguably the worst decade in music history.

  5. Carl Parente says:

    This is one of the highlights of the year listening to all the songs in alphbetical order. But you did skip over a couple D’s this morning on Dan’s show, the Animals original “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” and BJ Thomas’s version of “Don’t Worry Baby”.
    A very happy, enjoyable and safe July 4th weekend to everyone at WCBSFM!!

  6. John says:

    I know CBS-FM doesn’t play many 50’s songs anymore, but I really thought you would play “Earth Angel” by the Penguins. It was even 1n the Top 1001 last year.

  7. J.P. says:

    Pretty sure you played The Beach Boys’ “Darlin'” after “Dark Lady” by Cher.

  8. oldies76 says:

    CBS-Fm Rules!!

  9. John says:

    Some curious choices of songs being played. For example, “Higher and Higher” by Rita Coolidge was played while “Higher and Higher” by Jackie Wilson was not.

    1. Jim says:

      I see where Higher and Higher by Rita Coolidge was played twice!!! It was played under the H’s and also under the Y’s. I guess the program director loves that song…LOL!

  10. Rita says:

    What happened to “In the Still of the Nite”?
    What about “Johnny Angel”?

  11. Jimi LaLumia says:

    The Esquires song is “Get On Up” ,not “Get On It”;
    what happened to “The Happening”, a #1 song by The Supremes?

    1. Jimi LaLumia says:

      never mind, I found “The Happening”; but missing is the top ten follow up to “Love Child”; “I’m Living In Shame” by The Supremes is missing..

  12. Gary says:

    I thought I missed “Bad Time” by Grank Funk Railroad. I see from the list that it wasn’t even played this time around. ;(

  13. Jimi LaLumia says:

    and we didn’t get “Nathan Jones” or “Floy Joy” by the 70’s Supremes!!

  14. Kate says:

    This weekend with countdown from A-Z is absolutely wonderful.

  15. Patricia Ebbro says:

    I too am wondering why certain songs were missed, while others were included. I wait for this every year in hopes of hearing songs I haven’t heard in a long time. For example “Love Can Make You Happy” and “Love Is All Around” and also songs that were done by more than one artist, sometimes both versions are played and sometimes only one version was played. I am enjoying this but I wish certain songs & artists were included & I wish you would play songs from artists that you used to play but have not played in years. Artists like Gary Puckett, Lesley Gore, Petula Clark(songs from mid to late sixties). I love CBS 101.1, and I don’t want it to become just like all other stations.

  16. Maani says:

    Love the countdown. But you missed:

    Holly Holy (Neil Diamond)
    I Call Your Name (Beatles, Mamas & Papas)
    Leaving on a Jet Plane (Peter, Paul & Mary)

    I’m keeping track when I listen, guys, so keep it honest! LOL.

  17. kevinaitch says:

    Wow, you guys are skipping a lot of hits. Latest example: “Me and You and a Dog Named Boo.”

  18. Jerrold Greenberg says:

    If they are ACTUALLY playing every song in the library, then why are so many good songe from the late 50’s and the entire 60’s being skipped over? It seems that there is too much of an 80’s emphasis in this survey.

  19. Maria says:

    I see where “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” by Robert John was played while the version by the Tokens was not. This doesn’t make sense as the Tokens’ version is played every day on CBS-FM.
    I’m waiting to see if “Rag Doll” by the 4 Seasons (the #1 song on the Top 1001) is played this year.

  20. Mary Jane says:

    I look forward all year to this but I too miss songs like Love is All Around and Love Can Make You Happy, Earth Angel, etc.. since they are not played often. Pease don’t turn from the demographic that grew up listening to radio. We still do listen all the time. We are not hooked to ipods. Biggest surprise so far is that Pretty Woman was dropped. Not my favorite but too popular to leave off.

    1. Steve E. says:

      “Pretty Woman” was played — look for it under the “O’s” under its proper title: “Oh, Pretty Woman.” The list is in so many ways impressive — lots of songs I wouldn’t think would get played. And that’s what makes the omissions, many of which have been cited here, all the more curious. “Crying” gets the Don McLean remake but not the Roy Orbison original. But “Crimson and Clover” gets the Tommy James original but not the Joan Jett remake. “Go Away Little Girl” doesn’t get Steve Lawrence’s or Donny Osmond’s versions (both of which made No. 1) but DOES get the Happenings’ version from 1966. This lineup is billed as being the station’s entire library, and yet does it really not have the titles people have mentioned? Looking ahead on the list, I see just one “Twist and Shout” will be played — and it’s the Isley Brothers. It’s simply not possible that the station no longer has the Beatles’ version, and I’ve heard it played on CBS many times. So why bill this as “the complete library”? Or are we inferring too much and it’s simply a “sampling” of the CBS library?

      1. oldies76 says:

        A station will never play it’s “entire library”, which in theory would include thousands and thousands of hit songs from the 50’s through the late 80’s and beyond. They are supposedly only “authorized” to play a fraction of that and only the songs that relate to the demographics it’s aiming for (25-54 year olds).
        That’s why so many are being skipped and so many are just being avoided. You are right….it’s a sampling only!

  21. Zoe says:

    HOORAY!!! You played “Rag Doll” by the Four Seasons.

    Everybody loves that song. Please play it more often.

  22. Kate says:

    Thank yiou for this weekend. Can’t remember when I enjoyed music like this. Fantastic!!!!!

  23. Chris K says:

    Lots of good ones off the list, guys. You sprinkled a 50s hit here and there, but no Five Satins??! The one that topped your countdowns for DECADES?? And where was the Dave Clark Five version of “Do You Love Me” ?? Did it leave town for the long weekend and miss the countdown?? Tsk, tsk, tsk……

    1. oldies76 says:

      I guess all the complaints about CBS-FM skipping songs means that CBS-FM is skewing more to the 25-54 crowd, in other words, people who grew up in the 70’s and 80’s, not the 50’s and 60’s. I totally agree with you to. Music of the 50’s and 60’s should NOT be skipped, since these songs are the true rock and roll sound and many of them are timeless. But I guess CBS-FM doesn’t think so anymore. People over 55 DO LISTEN to your station. Please don’t count them out.

  24. Vince Bova says:

    What happened to “Tell it to the Rain” & Stay by the 4 Seasons ! Somebody has their fingers in your “music library” !!

    1. John says:

      WOW! We think alike. I looked to see if “Stay” by the 4 Seasons was played, and it wasn’t. At least they did play “Rag Doll”.

      It’s obvious that CBS is moving away from the oldies that made the station famous. Oh well…

      1. Jerrold Greenberg says:

        This is beginning to remind me of the mistake they made when they went over to the “Jack format”.
        That mistake was corrected, and it’s about time for THIS mistake to be corrected also.
        Bring back the emphasis on the first two decades of rock, mid-fifties through mid-seventies.

      2. oldies76 says:

        I agree 100%….50’s thru 70’s rocked!!

      3. Vince Bova says:

        I agree ! They are NOT great 4 Season fans that’s for sure !! I don’t even think they played “Who Loves You” !!

    2. John says:

      I also was waiting to hear “Stay” by the 4 Seasons.

      1. Carole says:

        Jerrold: I agree; the “jack” format went over like a lead balloon. Happy as I was to have CBS-fm back, it is NOT the same and it continues to almost ignore the BEST two decades of music, 50’s and 60’s into the 70’s. When will they learn?

  25. vickie padar says:

    Waited so long for Johnny Rivers Summer Rain. What happened?

  26. Vince Bova says:

    Where’s Ronnie ??

  27. Becky says:

    After a while CBS did away with the ZZZZZZZ’s and continued playing the list throughout the night….LOL!

  28. Bill says:

    Love it!

  29. Howard Weitz says:


  30. James says:

    I think CBS-FM is sending message to all of us who have been loyal listeners for 30+ years (except during the JACK days). They’re saying that CBS has moved on and not to expect the same music mix that we loved all those years ago. Not playing “In the Still of the Night” and “Earth Angel” makes that point VERY clearly. CBS is reaching out to a new audience. There were songs that were played this past week that I never heard before as I was anxiously awaiting more 50’s and early 60’s songs. Oh well…I can still listen to all my old 45’s whenever I like.

    1. Vince Bova says:

      I guess Cousin Brucie was right…”they are not serious about the oldies” !!

  31. Maani says:

    I was able to listent to certain groups of songs in eight hour periods. The first and last songs I heard in each group are in all caps. The songs that you missed in between those two songs are noted. Songs that are serious overlooks have exclamation points.

    Keep Playing That Rock and Roll!
    Kid Charlemagne

    Lady in Red!
    Leader of the Pack!
    Leaving on a Jet Plane!
    Let Me Roll It
    Let the Good Times Roll (Cars)

    Mean Mr. Mustard
    Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
    Message in a Bottle
    Miami 2017!
    Middle of the Road
    Midnight Special!
    Mississippi Queen
    Mother Nature’s Son
    Mr. Moonlight
    My City Was Gone
    My My Hey Hey

    As noted previously, you also missed Holly Holy and any version of I Call Your Name.

    Perhaps you guys should do another, shorter A-Z show with all the songs you missed!

    Had a great time, though. Thanks.

  32. Nick says:

    As long as the station is skewing younger, they might as well play “U Can’t Touch This” by MC Hammer. Billy Joel’s “River of Dreams” is 3 years younger and was played by the station.

  33. Nick says:

    In the Still of the Night which was #1 in every WCBS-FM countdown for years, not on this list. Freak that!

  34. Guy who likes A to Z says:

    Really love some of the additions this year. Particularly like hearing alternate versions of Steve Miller’s Rock N Me or Maggie May. And, you took out some of the lesser 80s hits. Nothing against 80s but some of it was awful. At the same time…. I am saddened that you removed some of the late 50s/early 60s tunes. And no, I’m not old. (Well, depending who you talk to.) I’m not even 40 yet. So next year would love to have both the additions AND the older tunes. In fact, MORE older tunes!

    1. WCBS-FM Fan says:

      Thank you for continuing this great 4th of July tradition. I always enjoy the A-Z Countdown!

      I do have one complaint, however. It really isn’t correct to advertise that you will play EVERY song in your massive library. There have been quite a few notable omissions and while I would like to have the opportunity to hear your entire library, if this is something you cannot do, it would be more upfront to your audience to indicate there will be many songs instead of “every” song.

  35. Howard Weitz says:

    I’m very disappointed by the switch of the WCBS-FM playlist, and the removal of many 1950’s and 1960’s songs. I thought the promise 3 years ago was to stick to your roots. This 52 year old needs to rethink his position on remaining a listener.

  36. Paul says:

    Great job! The A to Z Countdown is the best 10 days of the year on CBS-FM! My only gripe is that it ends too soon. I say throw in more of the omitted songs (see other postings), including a few more 50’s tunes, more remakes and more alternate versions, and stretch it into a full two week event!!!

    1. oldies76 says:

      Actually to play the WHOLE MUSIC LIBRARY, without playing them during the overnight hours, would take more than a month, over 5000 songs at least!

  37. oldies76 says:

    CBS-FM….better take notice, there are lots of complaints about too many songs being skipped from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. You guys do not want to sound like that “other” oldies station in L.A..
    Please, take our concerns seriously!

  38. diane says:

    anyway I can print the entire list out ?

  39. Carole says:

    The A to Z countdown was great. It is good to hear some songs which are NOT played often enough…. Please do this type of special weekend again soon. Also, PLEASE play more 50’s. It was the decade of the best of the best.

  40. diane says:

    I noticed also, that some tunes were omitted – Like the Beatles, “yesterday”. How can that one be skipped over ?

  41. a giuseppe jr says:

    11 yrs in 1969 was too young too see the fab 4 at shea stadium i was

  42. James says:

    Where’s the Dusty Springfield? You included I Only Want To Be With You, but no Wishin’ and Hopin’ and You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me????? Not even her duet with the Pet Shop Boys from 1987? I know you have ’em!

    I hope you are following the comments in this thread and hear the voices of the people. There IS still an audience for fifties and early sixties songs, don’t make them taboo subjects! I bet some people in the target audience would like the older songs too. I mean, you still played a lot of brilliant stuff this weekend, and I am still grateful you’re not Jack, but there needs some work as far as doing the opposite of that format that occupied your station for two years. As in, “playing what THE PEOPLE want”

  43. JJ says:

    What happened to “Who Loves You” by the 4 Seasons? It’s played daily and yet it didn’t make the list.

  44. HarryG says:

    I can’t remember when a radio station played so many different songs, with no repeats! I almost thought I was listening to a certain station in Sag Harbor that says they have a 10,000 song library. I want to express my appreciation for a job well done, and hope that now that you’ve found the key to the vault where all these songs must have been stored, that you’ll search for the missing ones and play them more often

  45. Crystal says:

    Where is Xanadu by Olivia Newton John???!!

  46. Jacqueline says:

    You forgot the only “X” song I could remember – “Xanadu” by Oilivia Newton John…

  47. Jman says:

    great fun to listen to!…a couple of genres under represented,like just a little lesser tier R&B/Motown hits that made Billboard/Wabc top 100 in 60’s/70’s e.g Up the ladder to the roof, pay the piper, love on a two way street, my pledge of love..and more Harry Chapin!..good listening-and was fun to see my daughter& college age friend groovin to “Quicksand”..thanks JS

  48. Jman says:

    oh, one related comment(new to this)…Wcbs does a nice job on the holidays doing special lists-but can somebody please explain–last labor day top 1000 as voted by listeners..Number One song- thats The Best Song was “rag Doll”..best, Ever?! not stairway, hey jude etc. ok pleasant tune, top 20 maybe in an alternate universe (though not even four seasons’ best song)..rag doll..stop the insanity! JS

    1. Vince Bova says:

      You are obviously not from this area….RAG DOLL & the 4 SEASONS rule this area. It was the first song to go to #1 one week after it was released ! It is truly one of the greatest harmony songs ever made !

  49. Vilma says:

    It looks as if CBS-FM is becoming a station that is only going to play Beatles, Eagles, Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, and “Respect” by Aretha Franklin.

    Haven’t we had our fill of Beatles’ Wednesdays? We’ve heard their songs over and over and over again. Enough already!

  50. Jerrold Greenberg says:

    A good suggestion that came from two of my friends who don’t have Internet access:

    Next year, why not do Z through A?
    This time, a lot of songs toward the end of the alphabet got skipped over, apparently so that the entire thing could be wrapped up by early Wednesday morning.
    If you were to do Z through A the next time, a lot more time could be devoted to songs that begin with the letters U, V, W, X, Y, and Z.

  51. oldies76 says:

    “There you go! Every song in our massive music library from A to Z.”

    EVERY song????? It was just a sampling CBS-FM, just a sample. WAY too many song were missed.

  52. Jimi LaLumia says:

    thanks for not forgetting the 70’s,Jean Terrell Supremes(Up the Ladder To The Roof; Stoned Love: River Deep mountain High);the group was still great after Diana ross left

  53. alan podhaizer says:

    I enjoyed it but you didnt play are you lonesome tonight, blowing in the wind and leaving on a jet plane by Peter Paul and Mary, Alfie, You lost that loving that loving Feeling by Bill Medley and Mark Hatfield, Blue Velvet and Blue on Blue by Bobby Vinton, Will you Still Love me Tomorrow, So mucjh in love by the Tymes.

  54. Mary Ann Wohlgemuth says:

    the countdown is great but why don’t you play all of these songs all the time and not just these special weekends? You have such an enormous playlist and keep hearing the same songs day in and day out. I still love the station – still the best DJs any where!

  55. P.Lawrence says:

    I’m 64, and growing up I heard Connie Francis,Del Shannon,Tommy Roe, Ronnie Dove,Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee ,Bobby Vinton, Bobby Rydell,Dionne Warwick,Everly Brothers,Ricky Nelson,etc, etc.You played Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. Where was Everybody Loves Somebody by Dean Martin,Lonely Bull by Herb Alpert,Calcutta and Yellowbird by Lawrence Welk,Charley Brown by the Coasters,Where was Stupid Cupid and Vacation by Connie Francis, Shop Around by Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, Volare by Bobby Rydell or the original Volare.You only played Ringo’s cover version of Your Sixteen as well as other cover versions but not original hits. Where was Mohair Sam by Charlie Rich and It’s Only Make Believe by Conway Twitty before they went country.Where were the early instrumentals. After the survey you go back to playing Barry White, Michael Jackson,The Beatles, to much 1980s, too much disco music.The same songs over and over and over again,large record library and all. Stupid Hall of Fame’s just so you won’t play much of THE ROOTS OF ROCK AND ROLL.

    1. oldies76 says:

      That’s been my gripe over the years, mainly for other stations. But CBS-FM unfortunately is moving with the ages. The target audience is people that are 25-54, people that were teens in the mid-late 70’s, 80’s into the early 90’s. So that’s the music they focus on now. But I agree with you 200%, they should not skip the music of the 60’s and the 50’s and playing only remakes to the originals, without playing the originals is not kosher to oldies radio at all. Such a drag, isn’t it??

  56. advance2go says:

    I applaude the station for this wonderfull A-Z songlist/playlist.

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