Saturday, November 21, 2009

KFXM and K/men November 20, 1964

I'm Into Something Good-Herman's Hermits #1
Highest debut (There's) Always Something There To Remind Me-Sandie Shaw #25 New
Keep Searchin'-Del Shannon
As Tears Go By-Marianne Faithful
Anyway You Want It-Dave Clark Five

Mr. Lonely-Bobby Vinton #1
Highest debut The Wedding-Julie Rogers #7
All Day And All Of The Night-Kinks
I Feel Fine/She's A Woman-Beatles
Dear Heart-Andy Williams


Lord Darth Sidious said...

the new Andy Williams version of "Dear Heart" is a moving rendition sung by a man with a silken golden voice...
he also had one heckuva babe-looking wife then -- a songstress as well, Claudine Longet. Ooo-La-La, Mademoiselle!

Lord Darth Sidious said...

just a quirky observation about this week's posting of the 1964 K/Mentertainer:
a few weeks ago, seems we had a similar situation with that glaring goldenrod background colour making for a difficult read of a survey issue like this one.
{ah vell, once a printer, always a critic!}