Saturday, February 06, 2010

KFXM & K/men February 5, 1965

This Diamond Ring-Gary Lewis & The Playboys #1 on both stations
Highest debut on K/men Red Roses For A Blue Lady-Vic Dana/Waynwe Newton (2 versions) #2 New
Go Now-Moody Blues
New York's A Lonely Town-Trade Winds
Highest debut Paper Tiger-Sue Thompson #26
Anyone ever hear #30 Dusty-Rag Dolls If it's the song I'm thinking of, it's a Four Seasons soundalike
Not familiar with #9 Don't Forget I Still Love You-Bobbi Martin
Hurt So Bad-Little Anthony & The Imperials
Ferry Across The Mersey-Gerry & The Pacemakers
Red Roses For A Blue Lady with an additional version Bert Kaempfert (up to #2 already on K/men)


Lord Darth Sidious said...

as regards Bobbi Martin's "Don't Forget I Still Love You" at the #9 KF-chart position, she would later go on to have a major pop/M.O.R. hit with "For The Love Of Him" in 1969... kinda makes this One wonder if the latter recording was a response to the former 1965 song???

anyway, Miss Martin's circa-1950's voicing was always a joy to listen to!

Anonymous said...

Yes Doug, Dusty by the Rag Dolls was a 4 Seasons type tune. I played it when it was out. Good Song. Jonny Bruce