Sunday, May 02, 2010

KFXM and K/MEN April 30, 1965

Gloria-Them #1
Highest debut Crying In The Chapel-Elvis Presley #7 Don't forget!
May 15th, at the Swing Auditoriun K/MEN presents the Rolling Stones!
NewFor Your Love-Yardbirds
The Skip-Donnie & The Cor-vets
Mrs. Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter-Herman's Hermits #1
Highest debut Back In My Arms Again-Supremes #24 New
You Turn Me On-Ian Whitcomb
Shakin' All Over-Guess Who

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Amazing year for the RIGHTEOUS BROS.
Only in 1965 will they have a string
of hits, Spector as lead Maestro.
Their 2nd one is on the charts now.
Their 3rd will prove to be really
intresting: HUNG ON YOU as the "A"
side. This will prove to be one of
Spector's flops until they flip it over
and find one of Pops truly greatest hits
come alive. Twice!

And how was this May day for you in '65?

Lord Darth Sidious said...

FOR RADIO 93 KHJ, MAY 1965 WAS A VERY BOSS TIME FOR L.A.!

Anonymous said...

I stil like Hung on You better than the flip and Just Once in My Life better than Lovin' Feelin. But my favorite Righteous Bros. song is My Babe. Jonny Bruce

Anonymous said...

After the RBros split, Medley's
BROWN EYED WOMAN was his best!
Guess Bobby Hatfield never had
a hit on his own.

Anonymous said...

HUNG ON YOU is really great, I agree.
It lasted 3 weeks by itself till
that miracoulous flippping became
the hit side.
Oddly enough, it was even bigger
the 2nd time around because of
the movie GHOST. That song in the
jukebox gave it a 2nd life.

Anonymous said...

On verve records, they only 1 major
hit. They had another on Verve I really
liked: ON THIS SIDE OF GOODBYE.
It just caught my ear and had hoped
it would be major. Not to be. :(