Dick Bartley’s Classic Countdown: A Tribute To Dick Clark & American Bandstand

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

American Bandstand Theme – Les Elgart
Sweet Little Sixteen – Chuck Berry
California Girls – Beach Boys
Last Dance – Donna Summer
Hurts So Good – John Cougar Mellencamp
Mrs. Robinson – Simon & Garfunkel
Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly
Rag Doll – Four Seasons
Joy To The World – Three Dog Night
The Power Of Love – Huey Lewis & News
Action – Freddy Cannon
Lonely Teardrops – Jackie Wilson
Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress – Hollies
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
Oh Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison

Hour 2

That’s The Way I Like It – K.C. & Sunshine Band
All Night Long – Lionel Richie
Kicks – Paul Revere & Raiders
Sister Golden Hair – America
Wake Up Little Suzie – Everly Brothers
Wake Me Up Before You Go Go – Wham!
Little Old Lady From Pasadena – Jan & Dean
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
You Should Be Dancing – Bee Gees
Like A Virgin – Madonna
Splish Splash – Bobby Darin
Light My Fire – Doors
You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet – Bachman Turner Overdrive
He’s So Shy – Pointer Sisters

Hour 3

Jessie’s Girl – Rick Springfield
A Woman Needs Love – Ray Parker, Jr.
Take It On The Run – REO Speedwagon
Her Town Too – James Taylor
Hold On Loosely – 38 Special
Sukiyaki – Taste Of Honey
You Better You Bet – The Who
How ‘Bout Us – Champaign
Sweetheart – Franke & Knockouts
I Love You – Climax Blues Band
I Can’t Stand It – Eric Clapton
Crying – Don McLean

Hour 4

Don’t Stand So Close To Me – Police
Hello Again – Neil Diamond
Keep On Lovin’ You – REO Speedwagon
Bette Davis Eyes – Kim Carnes
Just The Two Of Us – Bill Withers & Grover Washington
While You See A Chance – Steve Winwood
Being With You – Smokey Robinson
The Best Of Times – Styx
Morning Train – Sheena Easton
Woman – John Lennon
Rapture – Blondie
Kiss On My List – Hall & Oates

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One Comment

  1. Steve E. says:

    I appreciated the Dick Clark tribute, but I’m sorry we lost the April 1971 countdown, since it’s not going to be made up next week. The version of “Rapture” that Bartley played was interesting — it omitted Deborah Harry’s rap portion. Since that’s the most striking thing about that song — which did hit No. 1 — it was certainly missed.

    1. paul herman says:

      Is it possible WCBS-FM can play the April 1971 countdown sometime during this week?

      RIP Dick Clark,

      You introduced me to rock & roll in 1957 when I was 3 years old!

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