In the 10/6/79 cue sheet, the "Whatever happened to?" extra (here just listed as "Whatever") by Roy Orbison is simply called "Pretty Woman"--no "Oh,". And if you really want to get picky there's an unnecessary comma in Journey's "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'," (written that way.)
And while it's not one of this week's shows, last week SXM aired as their random pick 2/26/77, where Jennifer Warnes' debut hit at #39 was listed as "Right Time of Night"--an error that Casey repeated on air in his outro. It also lists the extra "Swearin' To God" as by "Franki" Valli.
By the way, the first hour contains a lot of songs that certainly don't get ANY airplay on any station (Internet, satellite, on air).
And no wonder - I'm seeing just four songs from that hour that even reached the Top 20: Bob Dylan and Johnnie Taylor barely missed the Top 10, The DeFranco Family hit #3, and closing the hour is of course "Live and Let Die".
It's funny that we're eagerly anticipating November 1983 to come back this year...this isn't the week we're aiming for, but 11/5/83 is much the same way - just three Top 20 hits in the first third of the Top 40, though as it happens two of those may be among the more obscure crowd now, while two Top 20 misses may be among the more familiar. (I could be wrong, but does "(She's) Sexy + 17" pop up all that much these days? "Why Me" certainly doesn't, whereas "Foolin' " has classic rock going for it, and "Send Her My Love" seems to get at least medium play.)
2) On the Topical Promos page, the first promo titled "AT40 All You Can Hear" includes the line "...and a little urban taste with rapper LL Cool J's "I NEED LOVE." The song dropped out that week.
Not so much an error as, these kinds of things would be based on how the chart was the week before. Sure they could have picked a different song that would fit that spot mention, but otherwise his dropping out amounts to poor happenstance as opposed to a straight-up mistake like 1) is.