Friday, April 23, 2010

KFXM and K/men April 23, 1965

Mrs. Brown You've Have A Lovely Daugter-Herman's Hermits #1 Big jump from #20
another big jump for The Beatles-Ticket To Ride/Yes It Is #9 from #34
Highest debut She's About A Mover-Sir Douglas Quintet #31
We now have Al Anthony listed as a DJ (no pictures yet) and Don Elliot
For Your Love-Yardbirds
Back In His Arms Again-Supremes
Catch The Wind-Donovan

Sometimes-Paul Revere & The Raiders
Gloria-Them #1
Highest debut Ticket To Ride/Yes It is-Beatles #2
Help Me Rhonda-Beach Boys
You Were Made For Me-Freddie & The Dreamers
Mr. Tamborine Man-Byrds


Lord Darth Sidious said...

RE: "Al Anthony... no picture".
the year 1965 was a dynamic period commencing the active and full participation of EL BOSSO Almondo Fiori into the day-to-day operations of Tiger Radio. soon, the battle royale with "that other station in the cow%*#@ pasture" would begin shortly and provide some of the best pop music radio broadcasting the Inland Empire's listeners would ever hear!

Anonymous said...

Anybody ever flip over SHE'S ABOUT
A MOVER by SDQ? It's called WE'LL TAKE
I flipped it out of boredom when I bought
it May 1965. Somehow it struck a chord
in the brain and I would listen to it over
and over. Just a quirk.

And how was your day?