22nd March 1970.

In the early days of RNI, the Top 40 was presented twice each Sunday - once in English and once in German. This chart was compiled from a recording of Horst Reiner running down the new Top 40 on the evening of 22nd March 1970. Unfortunately we do not have the whole show. Can anyone provide details of the missing tracks? (Carl Mitchell hosted the lunchtime edition that day.)


Radio Northsea International  Top 40   22nd March 1970
presented by Horst Reiner / Carl Mitchell





1

Can't Help Falling In Love
Andy Williams
2

That Same Old Feeling
Pickettywitch
3

Don't Cry Daddy
Elvis Presley
4

Young, Gifted and Black
Bob & Marcia
5

By The Way
The Tremeloes
6

Bridge Over Troubled Waters
Simon & Garfunkel
7

Everybody Go Home, the Party's Over
Clodagh Rodgers
8

Cecilia
Harmony Grass
9

A Street Called Hope
Gene Pitney
10

Let It Be
The Beatles
11

How The Web Was Woven
Jackie Lomax
12

Everybody Get Together
Dave Clark Five
13

Morning Please Don't Come
Dusty and Tom Springfield
14

Govinda
The Radha Krishna Temple
15

Save The Country
Thelma Houston
16

Jennifer Tomkins
Street People
17

Farewell Is A Lonely Sound
Jimmy Ruffin
18

You Keep Tightening Up On Me
The Box Tops
19

Flying
The Faces
20

Brontosaurus
The Move
21

I'll Be Home (In A Day Or So)
The Dream Police
22

Rag Mama Rag
The Band
23

Good Morning Freedom
Blue Mink
24

My Baby Loves Lovin'
White Plains
25

The Seeker
The Who
26

Something's Burning
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition
27

Travellin' Band
Creedence Clearwater Revival
28

Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)
Sly & the Family Stone
29

I.O.I.O.
The Bee Gees
30



31

My Woman's Man
Dave Dee
32



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Chart obtained from a recording shared on the Internet Radiocafé Forum by Scotty. Our thanks to him.
 
Can anyone fill in the gaps?
 
The links from the songs on this page lead to the Amazon MP3 Store where you can hear short audio clips of the tracks and customers in the UK can buy downloads. Please see this note.
 
There are a number of other offshore charts listed on The Pirate Radio Hall of Fame. Full details here.
 
We don't have last week's Top 40. The one from 8th March is here. The next RNI chart we have is their first Nifty 50, dated 12th April.


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