93 FM WZAK Rhythm Roster Here's your list of the Hottest Jams in Northeastern Ohio! Lynn Tolliver, Jr. (telephone numbers are listed) Monday thru Friday 5-6 a.m.- Kym Sellers 6-10 a.m.- The Tom Joyner Show, featuring Lynn Tolliver and Kym Sellers 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.- Kim Johnson 3-8 p.m.- Lankford "The Man" Stephens 8-10 p.m. Pillow Talk! w/Bobby Rush 10 p.m.-1 a.m.- For Lovers Only! w/Bobby Rush 1-5 a.m.- The "B-Man"/Sir Charles Singles Week of December 8, 1997 No. 840 1. Sock It 2 Me- Missy Elliot 2. Tyrone- Erykah Badu 3. We're Not Making Love No More- Dru Hill 4. Butterfly- Mariah Carey 5. They Like It Slow- H-Town 6. All About You- Will Downing 7. Gettin Jiggy Wit It- Will Smith 8. A Song For Mama- Boyz II Men 9. Iggin' Me- Chico DeBarge 10. Been Around the World- Puff Daddy and the Family 11. Good Girls- Joe 12. Rapper's Delight 13. A Dream- Mary J. Blige 14. Together Again- Janet Jackson 15. Soak-N-Wet- The Rude Boys 16. How Could An Angel- Tony Braxton/Kenny G 17. Father- L.L. Cool J. 18. Hold On- Sounds of Blackness 19. I Won't Let You Do That- Luther Vandross 20. 5 Steps- Dru Hill 21. Silly- Taral 22. Dangerous- Busta Rhymes 23. Anytime- Brian McKnight 24. Guess Who's Back- Rakim 25. Up & Down- Billy Lawrence 26. Crazy Love- Rome 27. Never Wanna Let You Go- Absolute 28. Boys and Girls- Tony Toni Ton'e 29. Nice & Slow- Usher 30. Roxanne 97- Sting & the Police 31. That Girl- MJG 32. Only When UR Lonely- Genuine 33. Do You Love Me- Jonathan Butler 34. Lost Souls- 2Pac 35. In Due Time- Outkast 36. It's On Tonight- Sam Salter Soundscan's value is coming. It's used to determine album sales' numerical rank. Your number many vary on this playlist. This variable has no reflection on the dropping of your record. A downward move does not put your record in jeopardy. Loss of a bullet in 1 or more of the trades determine the deletion of your record from the WZAK chart, or extremely poor sales/nostock. Image may determine a drop from airplay or from the playlist. Chart positions are based on store reports, national chart activity, local requests, demands from local record reps and the opinions of the music department. They do not reflect airplay, and records added do not always get immediate airplay. Airplay also consists of the mix party, the rap shows, syndicated programming, the gospel and blues sets.
NOTES: This is a text-only survey. The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly as they are shown on the printed survey. Any typos, spelling errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed sheet.