This Thanksgiving week, CBS-FM is rolling out the rock & roll buffet for our A-to-Z Number 1’s Countdown! We’re going to play every number one song in our massive music library, played back in alphabetical order, from A to Z. And it’s nothing but number ones!

Now there’s something to be thankful for!

Make sure to tune in all week long to hear the countdown, but in case you miss even one savory note of all the great number ones we’re playing, you can check back here! We’ll update the list everyday, alphabetically, from A to Z.

Pretty convenient, isn’t it?

Now make the JUMP and see all of CBS-FM’s Number Ones from A to Z!

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ABC – Jackson 5/Jacksons
Abracadabra – Miller, Steve, Band
Addicted To Love – Palmer, Robert
Africa – Toto
Afternoon Delight – Starland Vocal Band
Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now) – Collins, Phil
Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Ross, Diana
Ain’t That A Shame – Boone, Pat
All I Have To Do Is Dream – Everly Brothers, The
All Night Long (All Night) – Richie, Lionel
All Shook Up – Presley, Elvis
All You Need Is Love – Beatles, The
Alley-Oop – Hollywood Argyles
Alone – Heart
Alone Again (Naturally) – O’Sullivan, Gilbert
Always – Atlantic Starr
Amanda – Boston
American Pie-Parts I and II – McLean, Don
American Woman / No Sugar Tonight – Guess Who, The
Angie – Rolling Stones, The
Angie Baby – Reddy, Helen
Annie’s Song – Denver, John
Another Brick In The Wall – Pink Floyd
Another Day In Paradise – Collins, Phil
Another One Bites The Dust – Queen
Anthing For You – Estefan, Gloria/Miami Sound Machine
Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures) – Fifth Dimension, The
Are You Lonesome Tonight? – Presley, Elvis
Arthur’s Theme (Best That You Can Do) – Cross, Christopher
At The Hop – Danny and the Juniors

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Babe – Styx
Baby Come Back – Player
Baby Don’t Forget My Number – Milli Vanilli
Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me – Davis, Mac
Baby Love – Supremes, The
Baby, Come To Me (With James Ingram) – Austin, Patti
Baby, Come To Me (With Patti Austin) – Ingram, James
Baby, I Love Your Way/Freebird Medley – Will To Power
Back In My Arms Again – Supremes, The
Bad – Jackson, Michael
Bad Blood – Sedaka, Neil
Bad Girls – Summer, Donna
Bad Medicine – Bon Jovi
Bad, Bad Leroy Brown – Croce, Jim
Ballad Of The Green Berets, The – Sadler, Ssgt Barry
Band On The Run – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
Batdance – Prince
Beat It – Jackson, Michael
Before The Next Teardrop Falls – Fender, Freddy
Ben – Jackson, Michael
Bennie And The Jets – John, Elton
Best Of My Love – Eagles
Best Of My Love – Emotions, The
Bette Davis Eyes – Carnes, Kim
Big Bad John – Dean, Jimmy
Big Girls Don’t Cry – Four Seasons, The
Big Hunk Of Love, A – Presley, Elvis
Billie Jean – Jackson, Michael
Billy, Don’t Be A Hero – Donaldson, Bo, and the Heywoods
Bird Dog – Everly Brothers, The
Black and White – Three Dog Night
Black Water – Doobie Brothers, The
Blame It On The Rain – Milli Vanilli
Blinded By The Light – Manfred Mann
Blue Christmas – Presley, Elvis
Blue Moon – Marcels, The
Blue Velvet – Vinton, Bobby
Boogie Fever – Sylvers, The
Boogie Oogie Oogie – Taste Of Honey, A
Brand New Key – Melanie
Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl) – Looking Glass
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do – Sedaka, Neil
Bridge Over Troubled Water – Simon and Garfunkel
Broken Wings – Mr. Mister
Brother Louie – Stories
Brown Sugar – Rolling Stones, The

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The C’s!

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Call Me – Blondie
Candy Man (With Mike Curb Congregation), The – Davis, Sammy Jr.
Can’t Buy Me Love – Beatles, The
Can’t Fight This Feeling – REO Speedwagon
Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe – White, Barry
Car Wash – Rose Royce
Careless Whisper – Michael, George/Wham!
Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run) – Ocean, Billy
Cat’s In The Cradle – Chapin, Harry
Celebration – Kool and the Gang
Centerfold – J. Geils Band
Chapel Of Love – Dixie Cups, The
Chariots Of Fire-Titles – Vangelis
Cherish – Association, The
Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late), The – Seville, David/The Chipmunks
Christmas Song, The – Alpert, Herb and the Tijuana Brass
Cold Hearted – Abdul, Paula
Come On Eileen – Dexys Midnight Runners
Come See About Me – Supremes, The
Come Softly To Me – Fleetwoods, The
Come Together – Beatles, The
Coming Up (Live At Glasgow) – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
Convoy – McCall, C.W.
Could’ve Been – Tiffany
Cracklin’ Rosie – Diamond, Neil
Crazy For You – Madonna
Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
Crimson And Clover – James, Tommy, and the Shondells
Crocodile Rock – John, Elton

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The D’s!

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Da Doo Ron Ron – Cassidy, Shaun
Dancing Queen – ABBA
Dark Lady – Cher
Daydream Believer – Monkees, The
December 1963 (Oh, What A Night) – Four Seasons, The
Deep Purple – Tempo, Nino, and April Stevens
Delta Dawn – Reddy, Helen
Diana – Anka, Paul
Didn’t We Almost Have It All – Houston, Whitney
Dirty Diana – Jackson, Michael
Disco Duck (Part 1) – Dees, Rick, and His Cast Of Idiots
Disco Lady – Taylor, Johnnie
Dizzy – Roe, Tommy
Do That To Me One More Time – Captain and Tennille
Do Wah Diddy Diddy – Manfred Mann
Do Ya Think I’m Sexy? – Stewart, Rod
Dominique – Singing Nun, The
Don’t – Presley, Elvis
Don’t Be Cruel – Presley, Elvis
Don’t Give Up On Us – Soul, David
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (With Kiki Dee) – John, Elton
Don’t Leave Me This Way – Houston, Thelma
Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough – Jackson, Michael
Don’t Wanna Lose You – Estefan, Gloria/Miami Sound Machine
Don’t Worry Be Happy – McFerrin, Bobby
Don’t You (Forget About Me) – Simple Minds
Don’t You Want Me – Human League, The
Down Under – Men At Work
Downtown – Clark, Petula
Dreams – Fleetwood Mac
Duke Of Earl – Chandler, Gene

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The E’s!

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Easier Said Than Done – Essex, The
Ebony And Ivory (With Stevie Wonder) – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
Eight Days A Week – Beatles, The
Endless Love (With Diana Ross) – Richie, Lionel
Escape (The Pina Colada Song) – Holmes, Rupert
Eternal Flame – Bangles
Eve Of Destruction – McGuire, Barry
Every Breath You Take – Police, The
Every Rose Has Its Thorn – Poison
Everybody Loves Somebody – Martin, Dean
Everybody Wants To Rule The World – Tears For Fears
Everyday People – Sly and the Family Stone
Everything Is Beautiful – Stevens, Ray
Everything She Wants – Michael, George/Wham!
Everytime You Go Away – Young, Paul
Eye Of The Tiger – Survivor

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The F’s!

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Faith – Michael, George/Wham!
Fallin’ In Love – Hamilton, Joe, Frank and Reynolds
Fame – Bowie, David
Family Affair – Sly and the Family Stone
Father Figure – Michael, George/Wham!
Feel Like Makin’ Love – Flack, Roberta
Fifth Of Beethoven, A – Murphy, Walter
Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover – Simon, Paul
Fingertips-Pt 2 – Wonder, Stevie
Fire – Ohio Players
First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, The – Flack, Roberta
Flame, The – Cheap Trick
Flashdance…What A Feeling – Cara, Irene
Fly, Robin, Fly – Silver Convention
Foolish Beat – Gibson, Debbie
Footloose – Loggins, Kenny
Forever Your Girl – Abdul, Paula
Frankenstein – Winter, Edgar
Funkytown – Lipps, Inc.

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The G’s!

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Game Of Love (As Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders) – Mindbenders, The
Georgia On My Mind – Charles, Ray
Get Back – Beatles, The
Get Down Tonight – KC and the Sunshine Band
Get Off Of My Cloud – Rolling Stones, The
Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car – Ocean, Billy
Ghostbusters – Parker, Ray Jr./Raydio
Girl I’m Gonna Miss You – Milli Vanilli
Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth) – Harrison, George
Glory Of Love – Cetera, Peter
Go Away Little Girl – Osmond, Donny
Gonna Fly Now – Conti, Bill
Good Lovin’ – Rascals, The
Good Luck Charm – Presley, Elvis
Good Thing – Fine Young Cannibals
Good Times – Chic
Good Vibrations – Beach Boys, The
Got My Mind Set On You – Harrison, George
Got To Give It Up (Pt 1) – Gaye, Marvin
Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer – Elmo and Patsy
Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer – Elmo and Patsy
Grazing In The Grass – Masekela, Hugh
Grease – Valli, Frankie
Greatest Love Of All – Houston, Whitney
Green Tambourine – Lemon Pipers, The
Groovin’ – Rascals, The
Groovy Kind Of Love, A – Collins, Phil
Gypsys, Tramps and Thieves – Cher

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The H’s!

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Half-Breed – Cher
Hang On Sloopy – McCoys, The
Hangin’ Tough – New Kids On The Block
Hanky Panky – James, Tommy, and the Shondells
Happening, The – Supremes, The
Happy Organ, The – Cortez, Dave “Baby”
Happy Together – Turtles, The
Hard Day’s Night, A – Beatles, The
Hard Headed Woman – Presley, Elvis
Hard To Say I’m Sorry – Chicago
Harper Valley P.T.A. – Riley, Jeannie C.
Have You Never Been Mellow – Newton-John, Olivia
He Don’t Love You (Like I Love You) – Orlando, Tony (and Dawn)
Head To Toe – Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam
Heart Of Glass – Blondie
Heart Of Gold – Young, Neil
Heartache Tonight – Eagles
Heartbreak Hotel – Presley, Elvis
Heaven – Adams, Bryan
Heaven Is A Place On Earth – Carlisle, Belinda
Hello – Richie, Lionel
Hello Goodbye – Beatles, The
Hello, Dolly! – Armstrong, Louis
Hello, I Love You – Doors, The
Help – Beatles, The
Help Me, Rhonda – Beach Boys, The
Here I Go Again – Whitesnake
He’s A Rebel – Crystals, The
He’s So Fine – Chiffons, The
Hey Baby – Channel, Bruce
Hey Jude – Beatles, The
Hey Paula – Paul and Paula
Hey Won’t You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song – Thomas, B.J.
Higher Love – Winwood, Steve
Hit The Road Jack – Charles, Ray
Hold On To The Nights – Marx, Richard
Holding Back The Years – Simply Red
Honey – Goldsboro, Bobby
Honky Tonk Women – Rolling Stones, The
Hooked On A Feeling – Blue Swede
Horse With No Name, A – America
Hot Child In The City – Gilder, Nick
Hot Stuff – Summer, Donna
Hotel California – Eagles
Hound Dog – Presley, Elvis
House Of The Rising Sun, The – Animals, The
How Can You Mend A Broken Heart – Bee Gees
How Deep Is Your Love – Bee Gees
How Will I Know – Houston, Whitney
Human – Human League, The
Hustle, The – McCoy, Van

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The I’s!

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I Am Woman – Reddy, Helen
I Can Help – Swan, Billy
I Can See Clearly Now – Nash, Johnny
I Can’t Get Next To You – Temptations, The
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Rolling Stones, The
I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do) – Hall and Oates
I Can’t Help Myself – Four Tops
I Can’t Stop Loving You – Charles, Ray
I Feel Fine – Beatles, The
I Get Around – Beach Boys, The
I Got You Babe – Sonny and Cher
I Hear A Symphony – Supremes, The
I Heard It Through The Grapevine – Gaye, Marvin
I Honestly Love You (1974)(1977) – Newton-John, Olivia
I Just Called To Say I Love You – Wonder, Stevie
I Just Can’t Stop Loving You – Jackson, Michael
I Just Want To Be Your Everything – Gibb, Andy
I Just) Died In Your Arms – Cutting Crew
I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) (With Aretha Franklin) – Michael, George/Wham!
I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) (with George Michael – Franklin, Aretha
I Love A Rainy Night – Rabbitt, Eddie
I Love Rock N Roll – Jett, Joan, and the Blackhearts
I Shot The Sheriff – Clapton, Eric
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For – U2
I Think I Love You – Partridge Family, The
I Think We’re Alone Now – Tiffany
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) – Houston, Whitney
I Want To Be Wanted – Lee, Brenda
I Want To Hold Your Hand – Beatles, The
I Want To Know What Love Is – Foreigner
I Want You Back – Jackson 5/Jacksons
I Want You, I Need You, I Love You – Presley, Elvis
I Will Follow Him – March, Little Peggy
I Will Survive – Gaynor, Gloria
I Wish – Wonder, Stevie
I Write The Songs – Manilow, Barry
If I Can’t Have You – Elliman, Yvonne
If You Don’t Know Me By Now – Simply Red
If You Leave Me Now – Chicago
If You Wanna Be Happy – Soul, Jimmy
I’ll Be Loving You (Forever) – New Kids On The Block
I’ll Be There – Jackson 5/Jacksons
I’ll Be There For You – Bon Jovi
I’ll Take You There – Staple Singers, The
I’m A Believer – Monkees, The
I’m Henry VIII, I Am – Herman’s Hermits
I’m Sorry – Denver, John
I’m Telling You Now – Freddie and the Dreamers
I’m Your Boogie Man – KC and the Sunshine Band
In The Year 2525 (Exordium and Terminus) – Zager and Evans
Incense And Peppermints – Strawberry Alarm Clock
Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian) – Revere, Paul, and the Raiders
Invisible Touch – Genesis
Island Girl – John, Elton
Islands In The Stream (With Kenny Rogers) – Parton, Dolly
It’s My Party – Gore, Lesley
It’s Now Or Never – Presley, Elvis
It’s Still Rock And Roll To Me – Joel, Billy
It’s Too Late / I Feel the Earth Move – King, Carole
Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini – Hyland, Brian
I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life (With Jennifer Warnes) – Medley, Bill

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Jack and Diane – Mellencamp, John Cougar
Jacob’s Ladder – Lewis, Huey, and the News
Jailhouse Rock – Presley, Elvis
Jessie’s Girl – Springfield, Rick
Jingle Bells – Singing Dogs, The
Jive Talkin’ – Bee Gees
Johnny Angel – Fabares, Shelley
Joker, The – Miller, Steve, Band
Joy To The World – Three Dog Night
Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) – Fred, John, and His Playboy Band
Jump – Van Halen
Just Like) Starting Over – Lennon, John
Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) – Temptations, The

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The K’s!

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Kansas City – Harriston, Wilbert
Karma Chameleon – Culture Club
Keep On Loving You – REO Speedwagon
Keep On Truckin’ (Part 1) – Kendricks, Eddie
Killing Me Softly With His Song – Flack, Roberta
Kind Of A Drag – Buckinghams, The
Kiss – Prince
Kiss And Say Goodbye – Manhattans, The
Kiss On My List – Hall and Oates
Kiss You All Over – Exile
Knock On Wood – Stewart, Amii
Knock Three Times – Orlando, Tony (and Dawn)
Kokomo – Beach Boys, The
Kung Fu Fighting – Douglas, Carl
Kyrie – Mr. Mister

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The L’s!

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La Bamba – Los Lobos
Lady – Rogers, Kenny/First Edition
Lady Marmalade – LaBelle, Patti
Last Train To Clarksville – Monkees, The
Laughter In The Rain – Sedaka, Neil
Le Freak – Chic
Leader Of The Pack – Shangri-Las, The
Lean On Me – Withers, Bill
Lean On Me – Club Nouveau
Leaving Of A Jet Plane – Peter, Paul and Mary
Let It Be – Beatles, The
Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear – Presley, Elvis
Let Your Love Flow – Bellamy Brothers
Let’s Dance – Bowie, David
Let’s Do It Again – Staple Singers, The
Let’s Get It On – Gaye, Marvin
Let’s Go Crazy – Prince
Let’s Hear It For The Boy – Williams, Deniece
Let’s Stay Together – Green, Al
Letter, The – Box Tops, The
Light My Fire (1967)(1968) – 45rpm single version – Doors, The
Lightnin’ Strikes – Christie, Lou
Like A Prayer – Madonna
Like A Virgin – Madonna
Lion Sleeps Tonight, The (1961) (1994) – Tokens, The
Listen To What The Man Said – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
Listen To Your Heart – Roxette
Live To Tell – Madonna
Livin’ On A Prayer – Bon Jovi
Living Years, The – Mike + The Mechanics
Loco-Motion, The – Little Eva
Loco-Motion, The – Grand Funk Railroad
Lonely Boy – Anka, Paul
Long And Winding Road, The / For You Blue – Beatles, The
Look Away – Chicago
Look, The – Roxette
Looks Like We Made It – Manilow, Barry
Lost In Emotion – Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam
Lost In Your Eyes – Gibson, Debbie
Love Bites – Def Leppard
Love Child – Supremes, The
Love Hangover – Ross, Diana
Love Is Blue – Mauriat, Paul, and His Orchestra
Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone (have Alt. Vers. Only) – Supremes, The
Love Is) Thicker Than Water – Gibb, Andy
Love Machine (Part 1) – Miracles, The
Love Me Do – Beatles, The
Love Me Tender – Presley, Elvis
Love Rollercoaster – Ohio Players
Love Theme From A Star Is Born (Evergreen) – Streisand, Barbra
Love Theme From Romeo And Juliet – Mancini, Henry
Love Train – O’Jays, The
Love Will Keep Us Together – Captain and Tennille
Love You Inside Out – Bee Gees
Love You Save, The / I Found That Girl – Jackson 5/Jacksons
Love’s Theme – Love Unlimited Orchestra
Lovin’ You – Riperton, Minnie
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds – John, Elton

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The M’s!

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MacArthur Park – Summer, Donna
Mack The Knife – Darin, Bobby
Maggie May – Stewart, Rod
Magic – Newton-John, Olivia
Make It With You – Bread
Mama Told Me (Not To Come) – Three Dog Night
Man In The Mirror – Jackson, Michael
Mandy – Manilow, Barry
Maneater – Hall and Oates
Maniac – Sembello, Michael
Me And Bobby McGee – Joplin, Janis
Me And Mrs. Jones – Paul, Billy
Medley (45) – Stars On 45
Merry Christmas Darling – Carpenters
Miami Vice Theme – Hammer, Jan
Mickey – Basil, Toni
Midnight Train To Georgia – Knight, Gladys, and the Pips
Miss You – Rolling Stones, The
Miss You Much – Jackson, Janet
Missing You – Waite, John
Monday, Monday – Mamas and the Papas, The
Money For Nothing – Dire Straits
Monkey – Michael, George/Wham!
Monster Mash (1962) (1970) (1973) – Pickett, Bobby Boris
Mony Mony “Live” – Idol, Billy
Morning After, The – McGovern, Maureen
Morning Train (Nine To Five) – Easton, Sheena
Most Beautiful Girl, The – Rich, Charlie
Mother-In-Law – K-Doe, Ernie
Mr. Lonely – Vinton, Bobby
Mr. Tambourine Man – Byrds, The
Mrs. Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter – Herman’s Hermits
Mrs. Robinson – Simon and Garfunkel
My Boyfriend’s Back – Angels, The
My Eyes Adored You – Valli, Frankie
My Girl – Temptations, The
My Guy – Wells, Mary
My Love – Clark, Petula
My Love – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
My Prerogative – Brown, Bobby
My Sharona – Knack, The
My Sweet Lord / Isn’t It A Pity – Harrison, George

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The N’s!

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Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye – Steam
Need You Tonight – INXS
Never Gonna Give You Up – Astley, Rick
New Kid In Town – Eagles
Next Time I Fall (With Amy Grant), The – Cetera, Peter
Night Chicago Died, The – Paper Lace
Night Fever – Bee Gees
Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia, The – Lawrence, Vicki
Nine to Five – Parton, Dolly
Ninety six tears – Question Mark and the Mysterians
No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) (With Barbra Streisand) – Summer, Donna
Nothing From Nothing – Preston, Billy
Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now – Jefferson Airplane/Starship

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The O’s!

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Ode To Billie Joe (1967) (1976) – Gentry, Bobbie
Oh Girl – Chi-Lites, The
Oh Sheila – Ready For The World
Oh, Pretty Woman – Orbison, Roy
On My Own (With Michael McDonald) – LaBelle, Patti
One Bad Apple – Osmonds, The
One More Night – Collins, Phil
One More Try – Michael, George/Wham!
One Of These Nights – Eagles
One That You Love, The – Air Supply
Open Your Heart – Madonna
Our Day Will Come – Ruby and the Romantics
Out Of Touch – Hall and Oates
Over And Over – Clark, Dave, Five
Owner Of A Lonely Heart – Yes

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The P’s!

Paint It, Black – Rolling Stones, The
Papa Don’t Preach – Madonna
Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone – Temptations, The
Paperback Writer – Beatles, The
Part-Time Lover – Wonder, Stevie
Party Doll – Knox, Buddy
Penny Lane – Beatles, The
People Got To Be Free – Rascals, The
Peppermint Twist-Part I – Dee, Joey, and the Starliters
Philadelphia Freedom – John, Elton
Photograph – Starr, Ringo
Physical – Newton-John, Olivia
Pick Up The Pieces – AWB (Average White Band)
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
Please Don’t Go – KC and the Sunshine Band
Please Mr. Postman – Marvelettes, The
Please Mr. Postman – Carpenters
Pony Time – Checker, Chubby
Poor Little Fool – Nelson, Ricky
Poor Side Of Town – Rivers, Johnny
Pop Muzik – M
Power Of Love, The – Lewis, Huey, and the News
Private Eyes – Hall and Oates
Purple People Eater, The – Wooley, Sheb / Ben Colder

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The Q’s!

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Quarter To Three – Bonds, Gary (U.S.)

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The R’s!

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Rag Doll – Four Seasons, The
Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head – Thomas, B.J.
Rapture – Blondie
Reach Out I’ll Be There – Four Tops
Red Red Wine ’88 (Long Version) (Includes Rap) – UB40
Reflex, The – Duran Duran
Respect – Franklin, Aretha
Reunited – Peaches and Herb
Rhinestone Cowboy – Campbell, Glen
Rich Girl – Hall and Oates
Right Here Waiting – Marx, Richard
Ring My Bell – Ward, Anita
Ringo – Greene, Lorne
Rise – Alpert, Herb
Rock Me Amadeus – Falco
Rock Me Gently – Kim, Andy
Rock On – Damian, Michael
Rock The Boat – Hues Corporation, The
Rock With You – Jackson, Michael
Rock Your Baby – McCrae, George
Rock’n Me – Miller, Steve, Band
Roll With It – Winwood, Steve
Roses Are Red (My Love) – Vinton, Bobby
Ruby Tuesday – Rolling Stones, The
Runaround Sue – Dion (Dion and the Belmonts)
Runaway – Shannon, Del
Running Scared – Orbison, Roy

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The S’s!

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Sad Eyes – John, Robert
Sailing – Cross, Christopher
Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town – Jackson 5/Jacksons
Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town (Live) – Springsteen, Bruce
Sara – Jefferson Airplane/Starship
Satisfied – Marx, Richard
Saturday Night – Bay City Rollers
Save The Last Dance For Me – Drifters, The
Saving All My Love For You – Houston, Whitney
Say Say Say (With Michael Jackson) – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
Say You, Say Me – Richie, Lionel
Seasons Change – Expose
Seasons In The Sun – Jacks, Terry
Separate Lives (With Marilyn Martin) – Collins, Phil
Shadow Dancing – Gibb, Andy
Shake You Down – Abbott, Gregory
Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty – KC and the Sunshine Band
Shakedown – Seger, Bob
She Drives Me Crazy – Fine Young Cannibals
She Loves You – Beatles, The
Sheila – Roe, Tommy
Sherry – Four Seasons, The
Shining Star – Earth, Wind and Fire
Shout – Tears For Fears
Show And Tell – Wilson, Al
Silly Love Songs – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
Sir Duke – Wonder, Stevie
Sister Golden Hair – America
Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay – Redding, Otis
Sledgehammer – Gabriel, Peter
Sleep In Heavenly Peace (Silent Night) – Streisand, Barbra
Sleep Walk (Also have long 4:50 Vers.) – Santo and Johnny
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes – Platters, The
Snoopy’s Christmas – Royal Guardsmen, The
So Emotional – Houston, Whitney
So Much In Love – Tymes, The
Soldier Boy – Shirelles, The
Someday We’ll Be Together – Supremes, The
Somethin’ Stupid (With Frank Sinatra) – Sinatra, Nancy
Somethin’ Stupid (With Nancy Sinatra) – Sinatra, Frank
Song Sung Blue – Diamond, Neil
Sounds Of Silence, The – Simon and Garfunkel
Southern Nights – Campbell, Glen
St. Elmo’s Fire (Man In Motion) – Parr, John
Stagger Lee – Price, Lloyd
Star Wars Theme / Cantina Band – Meco
Stay – Williams, Maurice, and the Zodiacs
Stayin’ Alive – Bee Gees
Step Into Christmas – John, Elton
Still – Commodores
Stop! In The Name Of Love (have Alt. Vers.) – Supremes, The
Straight Up – Abdul, Paula
Strangers In The Night – Sinatra, Frank
Streak, The – Stevens, Ray
Stripper, The – Rose, David
Stuck On You – Presley, Elvis
Stuck With You – Lewis, Huey, and the News
Sugar Shack – Fireballs, The
Sugar, Sugar – Archies, The
Sukiyaki – Sakamoto, Kyu
Summer In The City – Lovin’ Spoonful, The
Sundown – Lightfoot, Gordon
Sunshine On My Shoulders – Denver, John
Sunshine Superman – Donovan
Superstition – Wonder, Stevie
Surf City – Jan and Dean
Surrender – Presley, Elvis
Suspicious Minds – Presley, Elvis
Sussudio – Collins, Phil
Sweet Child O’ Mine – Guns N’ Roses
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) – Eurythmics

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The T’s!

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Take Good Care Of My Baby – Vee, Bobby
Take My Breath Away – Berlin
Take On Me – A-Ha
Tears Of A Clown, The – Miracles, The
Teen Angel – Dinning, Mark
Tell Her About It – Joel, Billy
Telstar – Tornadoes, The
Tequila (1958) – Champs, The
Thank God I’m A Country Boy – Denver, John
Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again) / Everybody Is A Star – Sly and the Family Stone
That’ll Be The Day – Holly, Buddy/The Crickets
That’s The Way (I Like It) – KC and the Sunshine Band
That’s What Friends Are For (With Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and the Pips) – Warwick, Dionne
Theme From A Summer Place – Faith, Percy
Theme From Mahogny (Do You Know Where You’re Going To) – Ross, Diana
Theme From Shaft – Hayes, Isaac
Theme From SWAT – Rhythm Heritage
Then Came You (With Dionne Warwick) – Spinners
There! I’ve Said It Again – Vinton, Bobby
There’ll Be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry) – Ocean, Billy
These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ – Sinatra, Nancy
These Dreams – Heart
They Long To Be) Close To You – Carpenters
This Diamond Ring – Lewis, Gary, and the Playboys
This Guy’s In Love With You – Alpert, Herb and the Tijuana Brass
Three Times A Lady – Commodores
Ticket To Ride – Beatles, The
Tide Is High, The – Blondie
Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree – Orlando, Tony (and Dawn)
Tighten Up – Bell, Archie, and the Drells
Time After Time – Lauper, Cyndi
Time In A Bottle – Croce, Jim
To Sir With Love – Lulu
Together Forever – Astley, Rick
Tonight’s The Night (Gonna Be Alright) – Stewart, Rod
Too Much – Presley, Elvis
Too Much Heaven – Bee Gees
Too Much, Too Little, Too Late (With Deniece Williams) – Mathis, Johnny
Top Of The World – Carpenters
Torn Between Two Lovers – MacGregor, Mary
Tossin’ And Turnin’ – Lewis, Bobby
Total Eclipse Of The Heart – Tyler, Bonnie
Touch Me In The Morning – Ross, Diana
Toy Soldiers – Martika
Tragedy – Bee Gees
Travelin’ Man – Nelson, Ricky
True Colors – Lauper, Cyndi
Truly – Richie, Lionel
TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia) (With Three Degrees) – MFSB
Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) – Byrds, The
Twist, The – Checker, Chubby
Twist, The – Checker, Chubby
Two Hearts – Collins, Phil

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The U’s!

letter u CBS FMs A to Z Number #1s Countdown

Uncle Albert & Admiral Halsey (With Linda McCartney) – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
Undercover Angel – O’Day, Alan
Up Where We Belong (With Jennifer Warnes) – Cocker, Joe
Upside Down – Ross, Diana

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The V’s!

letter v CBS FMs A to Z Number #1s Countdown

Venus – Avalon, Frankie
Venus – Shocking Blue, The
Venus – Bananarama
View To A Kill, A – Duran Duran

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The W’s!

letter w CBS FMs A to Z Number #1s Countdown

Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go – Michael, George/Wham!
Wake Up Little Susie – Everly Brothers, The
Walk Like A Man – Four Seasons, The
Walk Like An Egyptian – Bangles
Want Ads – Honey Cone, The
War – Starr, Edwin
Way It Is, The – Hornsby, Bruce, and the Range
Way We Were, The – Streisand, Barbra
Way You Make Me Feel, The – Jackson, Michael
We Are The World – USA For Africa
We Built This City – Jefferson Airplane/Starship
We Can Work It Out – Beatles, The
We Didn’t Start The Fire – Joel, Billy
Wedding Bell Blues – Fifth Dimension, The
Welcome Back – Sebastian, John
We’re An American Band – Grand Funk Railroad
We’re Gonna) Rock Around The Clock (1955)(1974) – Haley, Bill, and His Comets
West End Girls – Pet Shop Boys
What A Fool Believes – Doobie Brothers, The
Whatever Gets You Thru The Night – Lennon, John
What’s Love Got To Do With It – Turner, Tina
When A Man Loves A Woman – Sledge, Percy
When Doves Cry – Prince
When I Need You – Sayer, Leo
When I See You Smile – Bad English
When I Think Of You – Jackson, Janet
When I’m With You – Sheriff
Where Did Our Love Go – Supremes, The
Where Do Broken Hearts Go – Houston, Whitney
White Christmas – Williams, Andy
Who Can It Be Now? – Men At Work
Who’s That Girl – Madonna
Why – Avalon, Frankie
Wild Thing – Troggs, The
Wild, Wild West – Escape Club, The
Will It Go Round In Circles – Preston, Billy
Will You Love Me Tomorrow – Shirelles, The
Winchester Cathedral – New Vaudeville Band, The
Wind Beneath My Wings – Midler, Bette
Windy – Association, The
Wishing Well – D’Arby, Terence Trent
Witch Doctor – Seville, David
With A Little Luck – McCartney, Paul, and Wings
With Or Without You – U2
Without You – Nilsson
Woman In Love – Streisand, Barbra
World Without Love, A – Peter And Gordon

NEXT PAGE Next Up: The Y’s!

letter y CBS FMs A to Z Number #1s Countdown

Yakety Yak – Coasters, The
Yesterday – Beatles, The
You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet / Free Wheelin’ – Bachman-Turner Overdrive
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life – Wonder, Stevie
You Can’t Hurry Love – Supremes, The
You Don’t Bring Me Flowers (With Barbra Streisand) – Diamond, Neil
You Don’t Have To Be A Star (To Be In My Show) – McCoo, Marilyn, and Billy Davis Jr.
You Give Love A Bad Name – Bon Jovi
You Haven’t Done Nothin’ – Wonder, Stevie
You Keep Me Hangin’ On – Supremes, The
You Keep Me Hangin’ On – Wilde, Kim
You Light Up My Life – Boone, Debby
You Make Me Feel Like Dancing – Sayer, Leo
You Needed Me – Murray, Anne
You Send Me – Cooke, Sam
You Should Be Dancing – Bee Gees
You’re My) Soul And Inspiration – Righteous Brothers, The
You’re No Good – Ronstadt, Linda
You’re Sixteen – Starr, Ringo
You’re So Vain – Simon, Carly
You’re The One That I Want (With Olivia Newton John) – Travolta, John
You’re) Having My Baby – Anka, Paul
You’ve Got A Friend – Taylor, James
You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ – Righteous Brothers, The

That’s all of it! CBS-FM’s A to Z #1’s!

Comments (26)
  1. oldies76 says:

    Well I’m glad some 50’s are being included. Great countdown! Next time, play the number 1’s
    in chronological order from the 50’s thru the 80’s. That would be awesome.

  2. Carl Parente says:

    A-Z as only as CBSFM can do it!!! And it’s great that you’re going back to play # 1’s from the 1st decade of rock and rock too, that makes my wife Linda happy, especially if she gets to hear Your Belong to Me by The Duprees, her favorite song and group!

    A very Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving to all of the CBSFM family.

    Carl, Palisades Park

  3. joanne goldberg says:

    Much better than your regular playlist. We get to hear artists that your station usually ignors completely, and yet they were #1 sellers. Must have been someone who liked them then. Bet we still do.

    1. Joanne Petersen says:

      You are right, they should play these song more often!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. John says:

    Too bad you skipped right over Connie Francis’ #1’s “Don’t Break the Heart That Loves You” and “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool” and also Steve Lawrence’s “Go Away Little Girl”. Oh well….

    1. Peter Romersa says:

      “Go away little girl….Go away little girl…I’m not supposed to be in love with you. But when you tease me like this…Your much to hard to resist…Go away little girl before I beg you to stay.”

    2. Niles says:

      I just wrote WCBS asking why they didn’t play the 2 Connie Francis Records that you mentioned. I also didn’t like them overlooking Steve Lawrence’s Go Away Little Girl. If a record went to number 1 it should be played no matter how many versions. I read your comment after I wrote mine.

  5. Raul Castro says:

    What happened to “Johnny Angel” (Shelly Fabares)? Was he on vacation for Thanksgiving?

  6. Adrian D'Silva says:

    U guys are fabulous. This is the best thing u have done. I love listening to the songs I haven’t heard for some years now.U should have similar programs like this throughout the year. Keep it Up CBSFM. U are the Best.

  7. Joanne Petersen says:

    I love when cbs does this count down it is sooooo great, I would like to know why alot of these songs are not played on cbs fm, would like to hear these song more often 🙂

  8. Jennifer says:

    Great songs! The variety is great, so much better than hearing the usual same songs over and over everyday. Can you do this more often?

  9. Thank you sooooo much for playing these songs.....They bring back some great memories....I still remember the words. Now this was music. !!! i hope CBSFM will do this again for Christmas. says:

    Thank you sooooo much for playing these songs…..They bring back some great memories….I still remember the words. Now this was music. !!! i hope CBSFM will do this again for Christmas.

  10. edward says:

    Hope to hear #1s from the late 50s and early 60s, before the British Evasion. Great playlist!

  11. Carl Ramcharan says:

    Like this array of songs great listening thank u cbs

  12. Peter Romersa says:

    “I’m Leaving It Up to You”-Dale & Grace (Montel-Michele 921) Number One- Billboard Nov 23, 1963—Two Weeks—
    Conspicuosly Absent from the list!!!!

  13. Peter Romersa says:

    I would like to second the idea of playing all the number one songs in chronological order. That would be cool!!! I can see the program manager’s concern though. The first day of the count down the station would get to 1959 day two the countdown would get to 1966. Day three the count down would get to 1972 day four (presumably on Sunday) the countdown might get to the year 1979. On Monday (now the WCBS-FM countdowns extend into the next week because the songs are more numerous and the CBS-FM record library is SO VAST. Which is really “101-wonderful!!!!”) then maybe the countdown would get to 1985. This could be done. But I don’t know if the PM or if the advertising dept. would “give it the green light.”

    1. oldies76 says:

      1955 through 1964 would be quick….65, 66 are longer years, 67-69…quick. 1974-75 very long, 80-83 quick..1985 thru 1989, very long years.

  14. Peter Romersa says:

    My top five number one songs of all time:

    5) Knock Three Times- Tony Orlando & Dawn
    4) My Love- Petula Clark
    3) Sukiyaki- Kyu Sakamoto
    2) Afternoon Delight- Starland Vocal Band
    1) Lovin’ You- Mini Ripperton

  15. Peter Romersa says:


    5) The Police
    4) Peter Paul & Mary
    3) The Carpenters
    2) Abba
    1) [who woulda thunk] THE BEATLES!!!!!

  16. Carrol A says:

    Dear CBS 101.1,
    I was born and raised in Brooklyn until I moved away after graduating from Pace U in 1990. I’m in town for the holidays, and I tell you my daughter and I are had the best time listening to the greatest hits on Thanksgiving while cooking. We had the best time ever, singing and dancing to the music. Thank you for wonderful music and for being around for 35 years. Here’s to another 35+ years playing the best of the 60s, 70s, and 80s!!! You need to do this greatest hits line-up again!

  17. I enjoy hearing ALL the oldies that we grew up with. ( 50s, 60s, 70, and 80s )
    Please play them more often.

  18. Mark S. says:

    How about a A-to-Z Number #2’s countdown. That would really be fun to hear!!!

  19. oldies76 says:

    Looking at the #1’s list by letter, many songs in the 1960-63 period are missing, also the majority of #1 of the 50’s are also missing. The Christmas music (except the Chipmunks) were not #1 on the Hot 100 either.

  20. Lily says:

    Man, we loved this countdown. My brother kept bugging me to find out what the last song was so I came on to see. This was awesome. Best thing I’ve heard in a while. How I wish stations normally played such variety. So tired of going from station to station and hearing the same stuff. We had a ball with this.

  21. Paul Shamansky says:

    Hey you all. There had to be a ton of number 1s left out from the roots of rock years. It felt like there should have been more played. There was a few country hits included that I don’t remember the DJs ever playing. It’s not so funny that most of these early number one’s never made it to the other A to Z countdown thanks to WCBS-FM and advertiser’s obsession of targeting younger listeners than the ones who first tuned in in 1972. .

  22. Niles says:

    There are 2 Connie Francis records that went to No. 1 that was not included in your survey and I would like to know Why? They are Everybody Somebody’s Fool, I believe from 1959 and Don’t Break The Heart that Loves You from 1962.

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