Faszination Charts

                       Hallo Twen 1973

                              Hallo Twen SR 369 (02.02.1973)

12 (12) Arlo Guthrie - The City Of New Orleans

11 (11) Alice Cooper - Elected

10 (-)  Joe Cocker - Pardon Me Sir

9 (5) Chi Coltrane - Thunder And Lightning

8 (3) Chicago Dialogue

7 (7) Cat Stevens - Can`t Keep It In

6 (10)  Who - Relay

5 (6)  Stone The Crows - Good Time Girl

4 (8) Uriah Heep - Spider Woman

3 (4) Lou Reed - Walk On Thge Wild Side

2 (2)  Chicken Shack - The Loser

1 (1) Rod Steward - What Made Milwaukee Famous



                              Hallo Twen SR 370 (09.02.1973)   

12 (-) Charlie Simon - You`re So Vain

11 (11) Alice Cooper - Elected

10 (-)  Free - Wishing Well

9 (8)  Chicago - Dialogue

8 (10) Joe Cocker - Pardon Me Sir

7 (2) Chicken Shack - The Loser

6 (7) Cat Stevens - Can`t Keep It In

5 (5) Stone The Crows - Good Time Girl

4 (1) Rod Steward - What Made Milwaukee Famous

3 (6) Who - Relay

2 (3) Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side

1 (4) Uriah Heep - Spider Woman



                              Hallo Twen SR 371 (16.02.1973)

12 (11) Alice Cooper - Elected

11 (-)   Alice Cooper - Hello Hooray

10 (12) Charlie Simon - You`re So Vain

9 (10)  Free - Wishing Well

8 (7)  Chicken Shack - The Loser

7 (4) Rod Steward - What Made Milwaukee Famous

6 (8) Joe Cocker - Pardon Me Sir

5 (5) Stone The Crows - Good Time Girl

4 (6) Cat Stevens - Can`t Keep It In

3 (2) Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side

2 (3)  Who - Relay

1 (1) Uriah Heep - Spider Woman



                              Hallo Twen SR 372 (23.02.1973)

12 (-) Strawbs - Part Of The Union

11 (-)  Deep Purple - Woman From Tokyo

10 (8)  Chicken Shack - The Loser

9 (7) Rod Steward - What Made Milwaukee Famous

8 (11) Alice Cooper - Hello Hooray

7 (10) Charlie Simon - You`re So Vain

6 (5) Stone The Crows - Good Time Girl

5 (9)  Free - Wishing Well

4 (2)  Who - Relay

3 (3)  Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side

2 (4) Cat Stevens - Can`t Keep It In

1 (1)  Uriah Heep - Spider Woman

                                                               

                                                                                                       

                    

               

                  

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