1) Motorcyle Mama - Sailcat (#20) 2) Where is the Love - Robert Flack & Donny Hathaway (#5) 3) On the parts that indicate the end of the hour, the word "emergency" in "EMERGENCY THEME RUNOUT" is spelled as "emergeny" all three times.
I'm quoting my own post from two years ago because it turns out that there's two cue sheets for this show. Other than the one in the quote, there also this one that...
1. Gives the week ending date as 5/30/1988 (the same date Larry Morgan gives in the intro) rather than "May 25-30, 1988". 2. Doesn't have the same errors listed above, but there's a different one here (Livin' on a Prayer by Bon Jove at #27). 3. The "American Top 40 with Casey Kasem" logo is replaced with this:
1) #28 - As I mentioned the last time 1985 was played, only T-Rex's version was titled Bang a Gong (Get It On); the Power Station's version was titled as Get It On (Bang a Gong). 2) #7 - The apostrophe in "69" is placed after the number instead of before. 3) Topical Promos - Under "TOPS OF CHARTS" is this: "number one on the album chart was "RECKLESS" by Brian Adams".
Due to an 80's show I'm listening to, I went to the cue sheet for the 8/13/1988 show and found five errors.
1) Song #38 is missing (It was Johnny Hates Jazz's second single I Don't Want to be a Hero.) 2) Between 36 and 35: "Jingle ends cold with... ...J.C. Pennys". 3) The Moody Blues spent their final week in the Top 40 at #34 with I Know You're There Somewhere. 4) Billy Ocean's The Colour of Love at #24 has "colour" spelled the American English way. 5) Peaking at #4 this week is Terence Trent D'Arby's second Top 40 single Sign You Name.