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HIT PARADE

Survey courtesy Rusty Evans

THIS WEEK                            SEPTEMBER 28, 1970                              LAST WEEK

  1. Candida                                             Dawn-Bell   2
 2. Looking Out My Back Door-Creedence Clearwater Revival Fantasy   1
 3. Cracklin' Rosie                              Neil Diamond-Uni   8
 4. Julie, Do Ya' Love Me                Bobby Sherman-Metromedia   3
 5. I Know (I'm Losing You)                 Rare Earth-Rare-Earth   9
 6. I (Who Have Nothing)                         Tom Jones-Parrot   4
 7. Indiana Wants Me                    R. Dean Taylor-Rare Earth  12
 8. War                                         Edwin Starr-Gordy   5
 9. All Right Now                                        Free-A&M  17
10. Out Is The Country                    Three Dog Night-Dunhill  11
11. Do What You What To Do                   Five Flights Up-Bell  16
12. Rubber Duckie                     Jim (Ernie Henson)-Columbia   6
13. Ain't No Mountain High Enough               Diana Ross-Motown   7
14. Patches                              Clarence Carter-Atlantic  13
15. I'll Be There                             Jackson Five-Motown  22
16. Groovy Situation                        Gene Chandler-Mercury  10
17. That's Where I Went Wrong                 Poppy Family-London  20
18. Neanderathal Man                              Hotlegs-Capitol  14
19. In The Summertime                           Mungo Jerry-Janus  15
20. Lola                                            Kinks-Reprise  25
21. We Can Make Music                               Tommy-Roe-ABC  27
22. Green-Eyed Lady                             Sugarloaf-Liberty HPB
23. Spill The Wine                                Eric Burdon-MGM  19
24. I Just Can't Help Believing              B. J. Thomas-Scepter  18
25. Snowbird                                  Anne Murray-capital  23
26. We've Only Just Begun                          Carpenters-A&M HPB
27. Solitary Man                                Neil Diamond-Bang  26
28. Joanne                                 Michael Nesmith-R.C.A. HPB
29. 25 or 6 to 4                                 Chicago-Columbia  21
30. Deeper & Deeper                          Freda Payne-Invictus HPB

WLS HIT PARADE BOUND

Fire & Rain James Taylor-Warner Bros.

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