Various - Dick Clark National Music Survey download album
- Album: Dick Clark National Music Survey
- FLAC: 1489 mb | MP3: 1913 mb
- Released: 1982
- Style: Public Broadcast
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- Format: MMF AU ASF MP2 APE MOD RA
By the early 80s, American Top 40 was dynamite, as it covered Billboard's Hot 100. This show was created to put the then-dying Mutual Broadcasting System.
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|Plate 1 (A) - Hour One - Side One|
|A1||–Bertie Higgins||Key Largo|
|A2||–Loverboy||Working For The Weekend|
|A3||–Rick Springfield||Love Is Alright Tonight|
|A4||–Billy Preston||Nothing From Nothing|
|A5||–Ronnie Milsap||I Wouldn't Have Missed It For The World|
|A6||–Kenny Rogers||Through The Years|
|Plate 2 (C) - Hour One - Side Two|
|C1||–Billy Joel||She's Got A Way|
|C2||–Queen & David Bowie||Under Pressure|
|C4||–Little River Band||Take It Easy On Me|
|C5||–The Beach Boys||Come Go With Me|
|Plate 3 (E) - Hour Two - Side One|
|E1||–Rod Stewart||Young Turks|
|E2||–Sheena Easton||You Could Have Been With Me|
|E3||–Dan Fogelberg||Leader Of The Band|
|E4||–The Ozark Mountain Daredevils||Jackie Blue|
|E5||–Paul Davis||Cool Night|
|E6||–The Rolling Stones||Waiting On A Friend|
|Plate 1 (B) - Hour Two - Side Two|
|B1||–Eddie Rabbitt||Someone Could Lose A Heart Tonight|
|B2||–Air Supply||Sweet Dreams|
|B3||–Bob & Doug McKenzie||Take Off|
|B4||–Barbra Streisand||Comin' In And Out Of Your Life|
|B5||–The Cars||Shake It Up|
|B6||–Juice Newton||The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known)|
|Plate 2 (D) - Hour Three - Side One|
|D1||–Louis Clark conducting The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra||Hooked On Classics|
|D2||–Stevie Nicks with Don Henley||Leather and Lace|
|D4||–The Lovin' Spoonful||Summer In The City|
|D5||–Earth, Wind & Fire||Let's Groove|
|D6||–George Benson||Turn Your Love Around|
|Plate 3 (F) - Hour Three - Side Two|
|F1||–Quarterflash||Harden My Heart|
|F2||–Foreigner||Waiting For A Girl Like You|
|F4||–Daryl Hall & John Oates||I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)|
|F5||–The J. Geils Band||Centerfold|
NotesThree hour radio show on three 1-hour plates.
Show # 36
Air Date January 30, 1982
Top 30 countdown.
Record play order is not A,B,C,D,E,F sides.
Playback is A,C,E,B,D,F
Show jingle at beginning of each track. Dick Clark introduces each song & cuts in before the end of each song - typical radio style DJ format including interviews with various artists.
Commercials on each track before & after most songs.
Comes with Station Agreement one sheet, 3 1-hour playlist sheets & an additional note, all in a cardboard box.