Monday, June 11, 2007

KFXM Tiger Mag June 9, 1967

Aeticle about the Riverside Youth Canter. I know nothing about it. Can anyone enlighten me?

Picture of date with Davy Jones winner, Diane Digiola with Al Anthony, Charlie Walters, Dick Lyons and Danny Dare

BEATLES SPEAK OUT article by Gary Marshall
Talking about Sgt Pepper's and the "Our World" TV Special.

Last paragraph is about the Beatles not braking up. Just have o waint a couple more years.
#1 Light My Fire-Doors Highest debut #25 Can't Take My Eyes Off You-Frankie Valli
Up Up and Away-Fifth Dimension making it's debut as a personal pick. Even K/MEN's connection to the song couldn't keep it off KFXM.
Interesting song by tht Merry-Go-Round-Gonna Fight The War-Merry-Go-Round
My favorite personal pick Mercy Mercy Mercy/You Are Gone-Buckinghams Good flipside, but not one you remember being played as a single


Anonymous said...

OK, so we have passed the
discussions on MY WORLD FELL DOWN
a few weeks a back.

Now, I see Procol Harum's
it's rise on the charts.

I never did understand what
in the world they were talking
about in that song. Yet, the
music is haunting and seductive.
I love the song and only wish
it was 17 minutes long. It could
go on and on and I'd still like it.
Anyone have any insights on what
the song is about?

Anonymous said...

The Miller's Tale is a reference to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

Anonymous said...

But what does the whole
song mean. AMERICAN PIE
had it's dubious ideas but we
can all see through the words on
that one.
WSP by Procol is a mystery to me.

I looked up the words but still

Anonymous said...

The Riverside Youth Center location at Tyler and Magnolia in Riverside later became the "Purple Haze", another primarily teen club. I went to the "Purple Haze" a number of times in around 1968 to see bands like the Seeds and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. It was second tier for shows that weren't big enough for the Swing. I don't remember much seating, usually you just stood or sat on the (dance floor). I remember they sold soft drinks and there was a lot of (regular) cigarette smoking. No alcohol, no trouble, no problems that I remember.
John from Fontana (back then)