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'70s Pop Hits

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    "Magic" Matt Alan started in show biz at the tender age of 10, swallowing razor blades for an audience of Boy Scouts. At age 12, Matt became America's youngest talk show host. He's a lover of the good life, whether it's a well-marbled Cajun rib eye steak, a fine cigar or a perfectly shaken martini.

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  • JJ Walker | email
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    Fun-lovin' JJ Walker loves entertaining listeners with wall-to-wall, commercial-free '70s hit music. For decades, he rocked radio stations in NYC, Miami, Detroit, Philly, D.C. and K.C. He hates sushi, can’t recall being abducted by aliens, but has vivid memories of his 1972 Dodge Dart Swinger.

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  • Casey Kasem | email
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    Kasem's friendly, "crackling" voice was his trademark. Immortalized in the Radio Hall of Fame, Casey has his own star on Hollywood Blvd, and received two Lifetime Achievement Awards, and the first ever Radio Icon award at the Radio Music Awards. We remember Casey Kasem as the voice of the ‘70s.

Casey Kasem's American Top 40
Countdown 1974

Chart Recap: As heard on the weekend of January 24, 2015

Week of January 19, 1974

40. A Love Song - Anne Murray
39. Baby Come Close - Smokey Robinson
38. I Love - Tom T. Hall
37. American Tune - Paul Simon
36. Midnight Rider - Gregg Allman
35. Just You 'N’ Me - Chicago
34. Mind Games - John Lennon
33. Joy, Part 1 - Isaac Hayes
32. Rock On - David Essex
31. Rockin' Roll Baby - Stylistics
30. Let Your Hair Down - The Temptations
29. Put Your Hands Together - The O'Jays
28. If We Make It Through December - Merle Haggard
27. If You're Ready, Come Go With Me - The Staple Singers
26. Hello It's Me - Todd Rundgren
25. Top Of The World - The Carpenters
24. Sister Mary Elephant - Cheech & Chong
23. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John
22. Jungle Boogie - Kool & The Gang
21. Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress) - Helen Reddy
20. Walk Like A Man - Grand Funk Railroad
19. Livin' For You - Al Green
18. Spiders And Snakes - Jim Stafford
17. Americans - Byron MacGregor
16. The Most Beautiful Girl - Charlie Rich
15. Me And Baby Brother - War
14. Are You Lonesome Tonight?/When I Fall In Love - Donny Osmond
13. Until You Come Back To Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do) - Aretha Franklin
12. Helen Wheels - Paul McCartney & Wings
11. Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up - Barry White
10. Love's Theme - Love Unlimited Orchestra
9. Let Me Be There - Olivia Newton-John
8. Living For The City - Stevie Wonder
7. The Way We Were - Barbra Streisand
6. Time In A Bottle - Jim Croce
5. You're Sixteen - Ringo Starr
4. I've Got To Use My Imagination - Gladys Knight & The Pips
3. Smokin' In The Boys Room - Brownsville Station
2. The Joker - The Steve Miller Band
1. Show And Tell - Al Wilson