Saturday, October 06, 2007

KFXM Tiger Mag Oct 6, 1967

Bobby Vee article. His current hit is Come Back When You Grow Up Bits & Pieces has Rolling Stones news and Beatles news. Click on the picture to enlarge.
Picture of Charlie Walters with his article he had in Radio-TV Mirror publication. Anyone ever read/have a copy of the article?



#1 Never My Love-The Association
Music Box/Backup-Light up to #5
Who Could Be Lovin' You-Al Wilson first time in the top ten in the Inland Empire as a solo artist
Higest debut on the top 40 Big Boss Man/You Don't Know Me-Elvis Presley
#40 Debut Different Drum-Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt on vocals her first hit.



Personal Picks have some follow ups to first hits Hamburg-Procal Harum and Heigh Ho-Fifth Estate
Another unkown song to me Heart Full O Soul (Yardbirds song?) by Super K Generation

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

First time for Al Wilson
as a "solo artist"? What group
was he with before?
Gotta know.
Thanks

KFXM Tiger Radio & K/MEN 129 in Doug's Stuff Room said...

In 1961 Al Wilson was in a group called The Rollers, and had a song called The Continental Walk. On KFXM, it made it up to #15, nationally only to #80. So I guess Who Could Be Lovin' You was his first top ten ever. They also had two other songs that charted on KFXM, but not nationally.

Anonymous said...

I loved the song CONTINENTAL
WALK--always have. Such a great
great dance tune. I didn't know
AL Wilson was in the group.
Not suprised because they
were from San Bernardino.

Is he doing the lead on the song?
It sure sounds like it.

Anonymous said...

More on CONTINENTAL WALK:
It was produced by Snuff Garret--big name in music back then.
No mention of Al WIlson on the 45
itself. I pulled out my original
Liberty copy.

I liked the song because it
was like having a learner's
permit for doing the Stroll.
Played it this morning and
enjoyed it 46 years later!