Friday, January 01, 2010

KFXM and K/men January 1, 1965 and Top Hits For The Year 1964

You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling-Righteous Brothers #1
Highest debut Beau Brummels #9 New
The In Crowd-Dobie Gray

K/men Top 129 of 1965
#1 I Want To Hold Your Hand-Beatles
#7 Tall Cool One-Wailers
#25 Roll Over Beethoven-Beatles
#51 Abigail Beecher-Freddie Cannon
#58 Nadine-Chuck Berry

Top artists of the year. American artists got 4 out of 10, including Chuck Berry!

I Feel Fine/She's a Woman-Beatles #1
Highest debut All Day and All The Night-Kinks #28
What A Shame/Heart Of Stone-Rolling Stones
I Fall To Pieces-Peter & Gordon
I have no top 100 Hits published by KFXM except my own calculations for the Top 10
#1 I Want To Hold Your Hand/I Saw Her Standing There-Beatles
#2 I Feel Fne/She's A Woman-Beatles
#3 Louie Louie-Kingsmen/Paul Revere & The Raiders
#4 I Get Around/Don't Worry Baby-Beach Boys
#5 A Hard Day's Night/I Should Have Known Better-Beatles
#6 You Really Got Me-Kinks
#7 I'm Into Something Good-Herman's Hermits
#8 Chapel Of Love-Dixie Cups
#9 Oh Pretty Woman-Roy Orbison
#10 Twist & Shout/There's A Place-Beatles
Split 50/50 American and British Top 10 for 1964 on KFXM


Lord Darth Sidious said...

will be jumping on the bandwagon for 1964 and next annum on issuing their own individual cumlative year-end Top 100 charts.
following Al Anthony's increasing day-to-day involvement at KFXM as Operations Manager, El Bosso made sure The Tiger would be ready at the end of 1965 with their first yearly countdown of the hits.
and once again, our fearless Bloggastrator has provided another historically important missing chart listing... thanks, Doug!

Lord Darth Sidious said...

LEST AULD LANG SYNE be overlooked on the first day of 2010 -- a new decade opening before us -- this One would like to wish a Happy New Year to:
Megablogger, Anonymous, Jonny Bruce, Bill Earl, Steve, Danny Dare, Bob, Bruce Chandler and Doug (among others)...
all of you fellow bloggers have made for very interesting times here on "Doug's Stuff Room".
discussions has been exchanged; ideas, thoughts, facts, opinions, experiences and recollections have added to our collective knowledge about the two greatest Inland Empire pop radio stations most of us were privileged to be connected with in some fashion whether listening fanfare or establishment insider -- or sometimes, both.
i certainly have learned a great deal, assimilating new information of historical value for these great AM broadcasters of yester-year.

and to "The Helmsman", if i have earned your respect thoughout,
then this One is one lucky person.
all my best personal regards, John, for the memories! {TOOT, TOOT!}