Dick Bartley brings you his unique, specially made Classic Countdown to CBS-FM! Tune in every Sunday night from 7-11pm to hear it.

But in case you missed a single second of it, we have it in its entirety right here… so check it out!

Hour 1

Cherry Cherry – Neil Diamond
Give It To Me – J. Geils Band
I’m Doing Fine Now – New York City
Let’s Pretend – Raspberries
Thinking Of You – Loggins & Messina
Daniel – Elton John
Hocus Pocus – Focus
Wildflower – Skylark
Reeling In The Years – Steely Dan
Stir It Up – Johnny Nash
I’m Just A Singer In A Rock & Roll Band – Moody Blues
Call Me – Al Green
Walk On The Wild Side – Lou Reed

Hour 2

Danny’s Song – Anne Murray
Space Oddity – David Bowie
Break Up To Make Up – Stylistics
Frankenstein – Edgar Winter Group
Stuck In The Middle With You – Stealers Wheel
Ain’t No Woman Like The One I Got – Four Tops
Drift Away – Dobie Gray
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life – Stevie Wonder
Little Willy – Sweet
Killing Me Softly With His Song – Roberta Flack
The Cisco Kid – War
Neither One Of us – Gladys Knight & Pips
Tie A Yellow Ribbon – Tony Orlando & Dawn

Hour 3

Always Something There To Remind Me – Naked Eyes
It Might Be You – Stephen Bishop
Twilight Zone – Golden Earring
Flashdance (What A Feeling) – Irene Cara
Stray Cat Strut – Stray CatsChange Of Heart – Tom Petty & Heartbreakers
Solitaire – Laura Branigan
Little Red Corvette – Prince
I’ve Got A Rock & Roll Heart – Etic Clapton
Overkill – Men At Work
Separate Ways – Journey
Let’s Dance – David Bowie

Hour 4

Der Kommissar – After The Fire
One On One – Hall & Oates
Mr. Roboto – Styx
We’ve Got Tonight – Kenny Rogers & Sheena Easton
Beat It – Michael Jackson
Back On The Chain Gang – PretendersYou Are – Lionel Richie
Jeopardy – Greg Kihn Band
Hungry Like The Wolf – Duran Duran
Do You Really Want To Hurt Me – Culture Club
Come On Eileen – Dexys Midnight Runners
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson

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Comments (2)
  1. Steve E. says:

    “The Night the Light Went Out in Georgia” was No. 1 for the first two weeks of April 1973, yet it’s not in the month’s Top 20 here. Strange.

    1. Steve E. says:

      And I forgot to add that “Sing” by the Carpenters peaked at No. 3 for two weeks that same month, but it’s also missing. I fear these records are considered too “uncool” to be played, but isn’t ignoring them rewriting history? I’ve noticed this on other countdowns: Other presumably uncool records that Bartley ignores when he does certain months include “The Candy Man,” “Love Theme from Romeo and Juliet,” “You Light Up My Life” (No. 1 for 10 weeks!), “One Bad Apple” and “Jean.” Maybe their appeal in 2012 is debatable, but again, it seems like it’s rewriting history to simply pretend that these huge hits in their day didn’t exist doesn’t give us the true picture of the featured months. Despite having said all of this, I love the show. I like that Bartley tells us the news, movies, sports, TV and other happenings of the months, and by and large, the selection of songs is wonderful. It’s just this willful ignoring of big hits that bothers me.

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