KHJ Thirty - August 4, 1971

Issue #318 - Jean Knight tells it like it is as “Mr. Big Stuff” hits No. 1 on the survey.

KHJ Thirty No. 318 (Cover)   KHJ Thirty No. 318 - August 4, 1971


Ray Randolph said...

"Signs" was one of my favorite songs of the year. It reaches its peak this week at No. 2.

Anonymous said...

In my neighborhood, we all liked to say "long-haired freaky people" that summer.

The Concert for Bangla Desh happened in New York the previous week. I was surprised that the single "Bangla-Desh" didn't hang around long, though. Maybe it was too gloomy for most listeners.

Anonymous said...

"All My Trials" is a Hitbound that won't make the Thirty.

I keep meaning to ask about the "million-dollar" Sundays that show up on the Thirty lists. I'd forgotten -- were those all oldies or a mix of old and new?

Michael Hagerty said...

No horses hearing were harmed during the photo shoot of this week's "Thirty".

Unless those were Steele's headphones.

Steve: The Million-dollar Sundays did play sense in cannibalizing KHJ-FM, which by this point had gone to "Solid Gold Rock N' Roll" from "Hitparade" (and in four months would become K-Earth).