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'70s Pop Hits

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  • "Magic" Matt Alan | email
    Weekdays 6 am - 12 pm ET
    Saturdays 2:15 pm - 9 pm ET
    "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.

  • Jaybeau Jones | email
    Sundays - Fridays 12 pm - 6 pm ET
    From a gig in Worcester, MA at 16, to programming in Boston, Chicago, and Hartford, CT, Jaybeau Jones can't seem to shake the love of radio! Author of Heroes Mentors and Friends (Balboa Press), Jaybeau lists HIS heroes as his kids Jordan and Matthew, as well as his sweetheart Heidi … also a DJ! 

  • JJ Walker | email
    Sunday - Friday 6 pm ET
    Saturdays 6 am ET
    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.

  • Dennis "The Menace" | email
    Saturdays and Sundays at 12 am-4 am ET

    Dennis’ break in the radio biz occurred while working as an intern at a station. The overnight disc jockey never showed up. To this day, his whereabouts are unknown.

  • Casey Kasem | email
    Saturdays 12 pm ET
    Sundays 9 am ET
    Mondays 12 am ET

    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 1971

Chart Recap: As heard on the weekend of November 22, 2014

Week of November 20, 1971

40: I'd Love To Change The World - Ten Years After
39: Old-Fashioned Love Song - Three Dog Night
38: Trapped By A Thing Called Love - Denise LaSalle
37: You Got To Crawl Before You Walk - 8th Day
36: Wild Night - Van Morrison
35: Only You Know And I Know - Delaney & Bonnie
34: One Fine Morning - Lighthouse
33: Scorpio - Dennis Coffey & The Detroit Guitar Band
32: Superstar (Remember How You Got Where You Are) - Temptations
31: Theme From "Summer Of '42" - Peter Nero
30: Where Did Our Love Go - Donny Albert
29: Cherish - David Cassidy
28: The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down - Joan Baez
27: One Tin Soldier - Coven
26: Absolutely Right - Five Man Electrical Band
25: All I Ever Need Is You - Sonny & Cher
24: Questions 67 & 68 - Chicago
23: Respect Yourself - The Staple Singers
22: Do You Know What I Mean - Lee Michaels
21: A Natural Man - Lou Rawls
20: Tired Of Being Alone - Al Green
19: Never My Love - 5th Dimension
18: Two Divided By Love - Grass Roots
17: Easy Lovin' - Freddie Hart
16: Superstar - The Carpenters
15: Rock Steady - Aretha Franklin
14: Everybody's Everything - Santana
13: Desiderata - Les Crane
12: Inner City Blues Makes Me Wanna Holler - Marvin Gaye
11: I've Found Someone Of My Own - Free Movement
10: Yo-Yo - The Osmonds
9: Got To Be There - Jackson 5
8: Family Affair - Sly & The Family Stone
7: Peace Train - Cat Stevens
6: Maggie May - Rod Stewart
5: Have You Seen Her? - Chi-Lites
4: Baby I'm A Want You - Bread
3: Imagine - John Lennon
2: Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves - Cher
1: Theme From "Shaft" - Isaac Hayes