Monday, October 26, 2009

KFXM and K/men October 23, 1964

Baby I Need Your Lovin'-Four Tops #1
Highest debut-Everything's Alright-Newbeats #32

Mountain Of Love-Johnny Rivers
Little Marie-Chuck Berry

Scratchy-Travis Wommack # 1
Highest debut Leader Of The Pack-Shangri-las #2
Ringo-Lorne Greene
Mr Lonely-Bobby Vinton
She Knows Me Too Well-Beach Boys Flip this one over for When I Grow Up (To Be A Man)

The Rolling Stones
return Halloween-Swing Auditorium


Lord Darth Sidious said...

would have been nice taking home one of those X-K-E Jaguar sporties back when... i wonder how much one such car would be worth today?!

Anonymous said...

Looks like the start of
"car wars" between the 2
1965 was quite a year for
car give-aways.
At one point, the managers
of the 2 stations together
decided it was killing both
on these car prizes.
I think this is where the
car freebies came to an end.

Lord Darth Sidious said...

ah, yes, the old cost-effective analysis axiom: were sales billing figures profitably commensurate with the expenses -- including the trade-away commercial time given to the car dealers;
and were the audience ratings significantly increased to justify the overall promotional costs outlay???
(here's where the stations' bookkeeper/accountant would
make a difference with the owners)

Anonymous said...

Scratchy by Travis Wommack is really a cool instrumental. Jonny Bruce

megablogger said...

My 45 rpm copy is scratchy.