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Flavour of New Zealand

NZ popular culture 1960 onward

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NZ Listener chart summary:

Mother and Child Reunion, by Paul Simon, spent 15 weeks on the charts and highest position was 4

Me and Julio Down by the School Yard, by Paul Simon, spent 8 weeks on the charts and highest position was 7

Kodachrome, by Paul Simon, spent 5 weeks on the charts and highest position was 2

Date Title Artist chart posn.
10-Apr-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon19
17-Apr-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon15
24-Apr-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon14
01-May-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon11
08-May-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon9
15-May-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon4
22-May-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon4
29-May-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon7
05-Jun-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon9
12-Jun-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon8
19-Jun-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon8
26-Jun-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon10
26-Jun-1972Me and Julio Down by the School YardPaul Simon17
03-Jul-1972Me and Julio Down by the School YardPaul Simon8
03-Jul-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon12
10-Jul-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon12
10-Jul-1972Me and Julio Down by the School YardPaul Simon7
17-Jul-1972Me and Julio Down by the School YardPaul Simon7
17-Jul-1972Mother and Child ReunionPaul Simon18
24-Jul-1972Me and Julio Down by the School YardPaul Simon7
31-Jul-1972Me and Julio Down by the School YardPaul Simon9
07-Aug-1972Me and Julio Down by the School YardPaul Simon13
14-Aug-1972Me and Julio Down by the School YardPaul Simon17
30-Jul-1973KodachromePaul Simon14
06-Aug-1973KodachromePaul Simon8
13-Aug-1973KodachromePaul Simon4
20-Aug-1973KodachromePaul Simon3
27-Aug-1973KodachromePaul Simon2