Saturday, January 31, 2009

KFXM Tiger Mag January 31, 1969

New contest The KFXM Buddy Bag Bee Gees article



Proud Mary-Creedence Clearwater Revival #1
Highest debut Indian Giver-1910 Fruitgum Co #21
Jones Boys Personal Picks
Anything You Choose-Spanky & Our Gang
Lovin Things-Grass Roots
Apricot Brandy-Rhinoceros

Friday, January 30, 2009

KFXM January 29, 1960

Huge jump for Teen Angel-Mark Dinning #1 from #31
Ever hear the term Splatter Platter?
Highest debut You've Got what It Takes-Marv Johnson #26
Pick Hit Of The Week-Theme From A Summer Place-Percy Faith This record will be on the radio for a long time (until recently)
New
Wild One-Bobby Rydell
A Hoot An' A Holler -Betty & Sue

March of Dimes Show-Notice a few of the performers do have songs listed under "Wax To Watch"

Thursday, January 29, 2009

KFXM and K/men January 29-30, 1971

This K/mentertainer for 1971, will be the last one I have to print until Feb 26, 1971 and that will be the last K/men survey I have until June 1971 (with a new look, and some new people). In April and May I have a couple playlists, which I will publish when the dates arrive.
HELP! Does anyone out there have any K/mentertainers from these missing months (Feb, Mar, Apr, May)? Does anyone know if they were even any published?
I would appreciate any help/information. Thank you.

I will continue to post KFXM 1971 I Hear You Knocking-Dave Edmunds #1
Highest debut Mama's Pearl-Jackson 5 at #16
Presenting Bob Brooks Midnight - 6, now on K/men
New this week Ride A White Swan-Tyronasaurus Rex, later to be T.Rex
Rose Garden-Lynn Anderson #1
Highest debut Blue Money-Van Morrison #24
Bob B. Blue's back! Where did he go?
KFXM reminds you about the Three Dog Night Concert. Feb 5th at The Swing. One of the few concerts I actually went to at the Swing Auditorium
Future Hit
Don't Let The Green Grass Fool You-Wilson Pickett

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Sunday, January 25, 2009

K/mentertainer January 25, 1969

Beatles news

Phil (Bobby) Otis is gone. We'll see someone new next week.
Touch Me/Wild Child-Doors #1
Highest debut Proud Mary-Credeence Clearwater Revival #22
New
Another try to get another hit with Light My Fire-Rhetta Hughes
Sleep In The Grass-Ann-Margaret & Lee Hazelwood
The Time Has Come-London Phogg
Just three songs I've never heard
K/men's Heavy Albums include two Beatles albums

Saturday, January 24, 2009

KFXM and K/men January 24, 1964

#1 and highest debut I Want To Hold Your Hand-BeatlesNew this week
Please Please Me-Beatles It didn't take too long for other Beatle songs to start hitting the charts.
Shooting Beavers/Phantom Surfer-Tornadoes
Glad All Over-Dave Clark 5

This week a picture of the new K/men dj Lynn Bryson, straight from KFXM
Anyone Who Had A Heart-Dionne Warwick #1
Highest debut I Want To Hold Your Hand-Beatles #18
My story: In 1964 my dad had a coupon book where you could get free stuff. One coupon was for a free 45 at a record store (must have been Lyles, but I don't know) He must have picked it up this week, because he told me they gave him the #1 song (they must have been using the KFXM chart-I got Anyone Who Had A Heart). Too bad they weren't using the K/men survey.
New
The Big Al Walk-D. Graham Crackers
KFXM djs: Bob Holmes is gone and introducing Dave Fransen

KFXM Tiger Mag January 24, 1969

Another new color this week. A very pale pink.
Canned Heat and Creedence Clearwater Revival coming to the Swing Auditorium. I remember a promo that Creedence did for KFXM. It went something like this: Hi! We're the Creedence Clearwater Revival and we're listening to the Jones Boys on KFXM!

Touch Me/Wild Child-Doors #1
Highest debut Games People Play-Joe South #21
Joes Boys Picks
To Susan On The West Coast Waiting-Donovan It will soon be flipped over and Atlantis will be the bigger hit.
Nothing But A Heartache-Flirtations Should have been a bigger hit.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

KFXM January 22, 1960

#1 Running Bear-Johnny Preston
Highest debuts: Only two new songs on the 40 this week I Was Such A Fool-Flamingos #35 and Let It Be Me-Everly Brothers #36 Pick Hit Of The Week
Beyond The Sea-Bobby Darin
new
Shimmy Shimmy Ko-Ko Bop-Little Anthony
Slave Chain/Boomerang-Spinners

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

KFXM and K/men January 22-24 1971


Rose Garden-Lynn Anderson #1
Highest debut Bridget the Midget-Ray Stevens #17
New
Amazing Grace-Judy Collins
Rose Garden-Lynn Anderson#1
Highest debut Just Seven Numbers-Four Tops #25

Chris Roberts in the studio
New
Theme From Love Story-Henry Mancini
Blue Money-Van Morrison
A picture of Johnny Kaye

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

K/mentertainer January 18, 1969

Below Dave McCormick and Harry Scarborough
Crimson & Clover-Tommy James & The Shondells #1
Highest debut You showed Me-Turtles #21
More Heavy Album tracks added besides The Beatles. Tommy James, Dionne Warwick, Steppenwolf

Monday, January 19, 2009

KFXM Tiger Mag January 17, 1969

The Tiger mag is trying a new color this week. A light blue will do.
Ohio Express making the cover New Colony Six article
The Jones Boys behind bars, Davy, Just Plain & John Paul. In the second picture there appeaers to be a 4th Jones boy
Touch Me/Wild Child-Doors #1
Highest debut Proud Mary-Creedence Clearwater Revival #21 You'll alsobe hearing the flip side Born On The Bayou Jones Boys Personal Picks
Crossroads-Cream
Time Of The Season-Zombies
Future Hit
Indian Giver-1910 Fruitgum Co

Sunday, January 18, 2009

KFXM and K/men January 17, 1964

Her Walks Like A Man-Jody Miller #1
Highest debut The Shelter Of Your Arms-Sammy Davis, Jr #6 New this week
Abigale Beecher-Freddie Cannon
and of course I Want To Hold Your Hand-Beatles
Wow Wow Wee-Angels
Hooka Tooka-Chubby Checker
Ooz! Ooz! Ooz!-Charmettes


Louie Louie-Kingsmen/Paul Revere #1
Highest debut You'e No Good-Betty Everett #25
Hey! I Want To Hold Your Hand has disappeared!
New See The Funny Little Clown-Bobby Goldsboro

Friday, January 16, 2009

KFXM January 15, 1960

Running Bear-Johnny Preston #1
Highest debut Firewater-Premiers #32 KFXM Triple Pick Hit
Teen Angel-Mark Dinning
Forever-The Little Dippers
Let It Be Me-Everly Brothers


Wax To Watch
I Really Do-The Spectors Three
Earth Angel-Penguins What??? It's making a comeback in 1960? What's the story behind this? Looking ahead, this appears to be the only week on a survey.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

One Of My K/men Stories

Starting in 1966 I used to win a lot of contests on KFXM and K/men Ask Danny Dare- he may or may not remember. He actually told me one time I may have to be limited to the number of contests I could win.
K/men Contest
On New Years Eve 1970 I was getting ready to go to a party, and the contest I was waiting for came on.
"Be caller number 100 to win the Top K/men 100 for the year."
Well I managed to do just that. I was told I would get them within a week. Didn't happened. A little more than a week later, my parents went to the station for me, and they were told that a little more time was needed, but they were given 3-4 albums for the inconvenience.
I got this letter a couple days later. Anybody recognize the names of the other winners on the letter?
By the end of January I did get most of the prize. Probably between 85-90 of the hits, another dozen LPs.
It worked for me.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

KFXM and K/men January 14-16, 1971

If I Were Your Woman-Gladys Knight & The Pips #1
Highest debut Amos Moses-Jerry Reed #27 and #28 falling off the charts Mr. Guder-Carpenters, the flip of Merry Christmas Darling Future Hit Mama's Pearl-Jackson 5
Johnny Kaye Midnight - 6 am, but no picture yet
I know it says Jan 22, 1971, but it is actually the week before January 15 or 16. Next week the dates will be kind of back in order.
New guy Scott Seagraves picture
The group that was on everyone's minds in 1970/1971 The Beatles
Knock Three Times-Dawn #1
Highest debut Somebody's Watching You-Little Sister #27 also a new one by one of my favorite groups #30 Grass Roots-Temptation Eyes
Let's look at the lineup Jim Quinn Mark Ford Bruce Chandler Scott Seagraves Joe Angel Bob Brooks
as Johnny Helm has mentioned before he left with Scott Seagraves coming in, and with Bob Brooks moving over to K/men from KFXM

Monday, January 12, 2009

K/mentertainer January 11, 1969

K/mentertainer 1968 Year in Review So what happened on the record scene in 1968? Dave McCormick will let you know.

1968 contest winners on K/men
The Top 100 of 1968 was included in last weeks issue (browse back a week)
Harry Scaborough has been added to the lineup
Crimson & Clover-Tommy James & The Shondells #1
Highest debut Baby Baby Don't Cry-Smokey Robinson & The Miracles #26
There's a non-Snoopy song at #23 by the Royal Guardsmen-Baby Let's Wait
Interesting hitbound Honey Do-Strangeloves Never heard it