Sunday, January 31, 2010

KFXM and K/men January 29, 1965

Downtown-Petula Clark #1
Highest debut Somewhere-P.J. Proby #28 New
Fannie Mae-Righteous Brothers
Paper Tiger-Sue Thompson
Can't You Hear My Heartbeat-Herman's Hermits

This Diamond Ring-Gary Lewis #1
Highest debut Breakaway-Newbeats #7 New
Cupid-Johnny Rivers
Yeh Yeh-Georgie Fame
Downtown-Petula Clark #1
Highest debut Somewhere-P.J. Proby #28

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like MOONGLOW records tried
to ride the tide of now-famous
Righteous Bros. Didn't work.
They got airplay from these old
records but no genuine hits.
The real hits belonged to Spector for all of 1965.
Then the Spector magic was over.
Verve got their next huge hit
and that ended too.
One of my favorites they did
on Verve was ON THIS SIDE OF
GOODBYE. Loved it.

Blah blah blah.......
And blogs to you.

Anonymous said...

2 tunes on the KMEN chart that
they loved to play and turn the
screws on Tiger Radio 59:

TIGER by Sue Thompson
I'VE GOT A TIGER BY THE TAIL by BO.

Anonymous said...

Yes, it's PAPER TIGER

Lord Darth Sidious said...
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Anonymous said...

Dear webmaster: What's with
removing blogs.
What are the rules that
have been violated?

Inquiring minds gotta know.

KFXM Tiger Radio & K/MEN 129 in Doug's Stuff Room said...

The post that was removed was removed by the writer(Author) of the post. He changed his mind. It can be done.

Lord Darth Sidious said...

according to the United Negro College Fund, "A mind is a terrible thing to waste" -- even if it changes once in a while, ya think?

Lord Darth Sidious said...

ALL RIGHT FOR YOU, DOUG-MASTER!
the newly posted Tiger Tune Sheet back page shows a deliciosa blast from the past: those Royal Crown Colas that used to come in the big 16 ounce (glass) bottle size...
ahhhhh, guzzling down one of those soft drinks on a warm, dry day was refreshing to the palate.
R.C. Cola yesterday, to-day and for all your tomorrows. drink 'em up and live!