Thursday, December 13, 2007

K/mentertainer December 9, 1967

Robert E. Walker and Russ O'Hara playing records and giving away keys! Pictures of the Byrds concert at the Swing Auditorium

For thise Linda Ronstadt fans out there, some more words and pictures about here and th Stone Poneys.

#1 Daydream Believer-Monkees
#2 Itchycoo Park-Small Faces
Highest debut She's My Girl-Turtles #22
Hit Bounds
Until It's Time For You To Go-Nancy Sinatra I don't remember this being played too much. A few years earlier Buffy St Maries version was a big hit in the Inland Empire.
Too Much Of Nothing-Peter, Paul & Mary, also didn't do much on the charts. I never really listened to it, until a few years later, when I bought one of their albums, and at that point I liked it a lot.
Another remake Bill Medley with That Lucky Old Sun. Trying his luck without Bobby Hatfield.


Gary said...

As for Eric Burdon's "Monterey" being released in the UK.
I have an aircheck of John Peel from Dec.1967 playing a version that was recorded live for the
Top Of The Pops radio show. He mentions that it wasn't released in the UK at that time.

Gary said...

I never heard the Beach Boys "Here Today" on the radio back then, although I have another aircheck of Reb Foster on KRLA playing it
on Dec.5, 1967!