Friday, July 24, 2009

KFXM and K/men July 24, 1964

House Of The Rising Sun-Animals#1 and highest debut
Also debuting Aint She Sweet-Beatles #3 New
You're No Good-Swinging Blue Jeans

You Never Can Tell-Chuck Berry
Slow Down/Matchbox-Beatles

A Hard Day's Nignt/I Should Have Known Better-Beatles #1
Highest debut Al Di La-Ray Charles Singers #24

I Want You To Meet My Baby-Eydie Gorme
And I Love Her/If I Fell-Beatles

1 comment:

Berdoo Knowitall said...

The Taco Tia ads bring back memories. How many remember the founder of Taco Tia, Glen Bell, built his first stand on Baseline, next to Sage’s. At 28, Glen sold Taco Tia and went on to start another company called Taco Bell, which he ran until the mid 70’s. He had a partner in Barstow named Ed Hackbarth who leased the Taco Tia from Glen, and then bought it and started Del Taco. And this all started just a few blocks away from the original McDonalds.