Friday, April 09, 2010

KFXM and K/men April 9, 1965

I'M Telling You Now-Freddie & The Dreamers #1
Highest debut Count Me In-Gary Lewis & The Playboys #27 New
Just A Litle-Beau Brummels
Oooh Baby Baby-Miracles

Next week you'll see the debut of the new KFXM DJs
Play With Fire/The Last Time-Rolling Stones #1
Highest debut It's Not Unusual-Tom Jones #8
Good Lovin'-Olympics
Gloria/Baby, Please Don't Go-Them
(first time for Them on K/men with Gloria as the "A" side)
True Love Ways-Peter & Gordon OK I guess two months have gone by, so I can make a new CD from the songs on these two surveys from April 1965 witout any repeats from the February CD
Tired Of Waiting for You-Kinks
Eight Days A Week-Beatles
The Last Time-Rolling Stones
When I'm Gone-Brenda Holloway
Not Too Long Ago-Uniques
Silhouettes-Heman's Hermits
Just A Little-Beau Brummels
Nowhere To Run-Martha & The Vandellas
Reelin' & Rockin'-Dave Clark 5
Subterranean Homesick Blues-Bob Dylan
She's About A Mover-Sir Douglas Quintet


Anonymous said...

Anyone know the reason why "Conqueror Dave" Fransen and Jim Huntley would leave KFXM that Spring? I'd like to know.

Anonymous said...

Don't now the reason why but
Al Anthony was now fully in
charge and there were many
changes coming--all for the
better. He's about to make
KFXM more competetive.
Including putting himself on
a 9-noon shift. I always thought
Al had a corny act. But, you know,
it brought ears to the radio.
Simplicity has it's strengths.