Top Ten Tuesday: KQV (1410 AM, Pittsburgh PA), 3/27/73

KQV in Pittsburgh is one of the oldest radio stations in the US. It is currently a non-profit station that simulcasts WKGO (88.1 FM) in Murrysville, playing an Easy Listening format. From 1958 to 1975, they were a Top 40 station, then switched to all news. Here’s their survey from March 27, 1973.

  1. Al Green, “Call Me”
  2. Anne Murray, “Danny’s Song”
  3. The Spinners, “Could It Be I’m Falling In Love”
  4. The Stylistics, “Break Up To Make Up”
  5. The O’Jays, “Love Train”
  6. Deliverance Soundtrack, “Dueling Banjos”
  7. Deodato, “Also Sprach Zarathustra (2001)”
  8. Edward Bear, “Last Song”
  9. Roberta Flack, “Killing Me Softly With His Song”
  10. Gladys Knight & The Pips, “Neither One Of Us”

And that’s Top Ten Tuesday for March 29, 2022.

7 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: KQV (1410 AM, Pittsburgh PA), 3/27/73

    1. ’73 wasn’t as good musically as ’72, but there were plenty of highlights. The soul on this is incredible: Al Green, The Stylistics, The Spinners, The O’Jay’s, and Roberta Flack. The ’70’s were definitely a time for soul…


  1. This was the first button on the radio ion my car. At night, I could pick up KQV on a radio in my apartment at West Virginia University (WVU was just over the PA line). I am certain I heard every one of these.


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