Survey of the Week

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KJR - CHANNEL 95 - SEATTLE/TACOMA
                       FABULOUS FIFTY   
                      OCTOBER 15, 1965
    1. Yesterday/Act Naturally – Paul McCartney & Ringo            1
    2. I Found A Girl – Jan And Dean                              11
    3. Say Something Funny – Patty Duke                            2
    4. The Universal Soldier – Glenn Campbell                      3
    5. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love – Silkie                       6
    6. Everybody Loves A Clown – Gary Lewis                        7
    7. My Girl Sloopy – McCoys/Little Caesar                       4
    8. Get Off My Cloud – Rolling Stones                          28
    9. Where Have All The Flowers Gone? – Johnny Rivers            8
   10. Positively 4th Street – Bob Dylan                           9
   11. May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose – Jimmy Dickens  10
   12. A Lover’s Concerto – Toys                                  16
   13. Catch Us If You Can – Dave Clark Five                      12
   14. Let’s Hang On – Four Seasons                               31
   15. But You’re Mine – Sonny And Cher                           24
   16. Round Every Corner – Petula Clark                          22
   17. What Now, My Love – Brothers Four                          17
   18. Eve Of Destruction – Barry McGuire                         13
   19. Keep The Lovin’ Feeling – Wayne Newton                     25
   20. Just A Little Bit Better – Herman’s Hermits                 5
   21. Run Baby Run – Newbeats                                    39
   22. Home Of The Brave – Jody Miller                            14
   23. 1-2-3 – Len Barry                                          29
   24. Steppin’ Out – Paul Revere And Raiders                     37
   25. You’re So Right – Jades                                    30
   26. Mohair Sam – Charlie Rich                                  19
   27. I Still Love You – Vegetables                              26
   28. Baby Don’t Go – Sonny And Cher                             18
   29. Thin Man-Mr. Jones – Grassroots                            41
   30. Some Enchanted Evening – Jay And The Americans             27
   31. Liar Liar – Castaways                                      32
   32. Where Do You Go? – Cher                                    --
   33. That Sound – Viceroys                                      36
   34. Everyone’s Gone To The Moon – Jonathan King                15
   35. Make Me Your Baby – Barbara Lewis                          46
   36. Make It Easy On Yourself – Walker Bros.                    42
   37. Child Of Our Times – Barry McGuire                         45
   38. Ain’t It True? – Andy Williams                             35
   39. The Times Are A-Changing – Peter Antell                    40
   40. Chapel In The Moonlight – Bachelors                        --
   41. So Long Babe – Nancy Sinatra                               50
   42. You’re The One – Vogues                                    --
   43. Let Me Be – Turtles                                        --
   44. My Heart Sings – Mel Carter                                --
   45. Do You Believe In Magic – Lovin’ Spoonfulls                --
   46. Ring Dang Doo – Sam The Sham                               --
   47. Just You – Sonny And Cher                                  33
   48. Roses & Rainbows – Danny Hutton                            --
   49. We Gotta Get Out Of This Place – Animals                   20
   50. I Miss You So – Little Anthony                             23

       KJR PICK OF THE WEEK
       Try To Remember – Brothers Four

I'm not sure why the survey listed #1 "Yesterday/Act Naturally" by just Paul   
McCartney & Ringo instead of crediting The Beatles as shown on the label.  
"Yesterday" was essentially a McCartney tune & solo vocal & yes, Ringo was the  
lead singer on Buck Owens' "Act Naturally".  Note the typo listing 
'Lovin' Spoonful'.   My copy of this survey was clipped from the PI, did not 
scan well so I hand-typed this week's entry.


 

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Mike Cherry

Author: Mike Cherry

retired broadcaster: on-air, MD, PD, asst PD, Prod Mgr, IT, station technician/engineer, pioneer Internet webcaster, station installation/maintenance; 12 years in commercial radio, 17 years volunteer in campus/community radio in B.C., Alberta & Wash. Amateur radio operator & "DXer" specializing in AM night-time DX, short-wave DX/listening & remote SDR DXing/listening

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