Thursday, July 14, 2011

KFXM and K/MEN July 13, 1973

Natural High-Bloodstone #1
New in the top ten
Money-Pink Floyd #8
Touch Me in The Morning-Diana Ross #9
Get Down-Gilbert O'Sullivan #10
Highest debut
Monster Mash-Bobby"Boris"Pickett #24
Uneasy Rider-Charlie Daniels
The Hurt-Cat Stevens
Playground In Your Mind-Clint Holmes #1
So Very Hard To Go-Tower Of Power #4
The Morning After-Maureen McGovern #8
Shambala-Three Dog Night #9
Highest debut
Where Peaceful Waters Flow-Gladys Knight
Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose-Dawn
How Can I Tell Her-Lobo


Anonymous said...

Johnny Kaye moved to Midnight-6AM.
Per Howard Tullis !!!!

That's ok, he got more than
even. Turned into a great
programmer including LA and other
places. Highly regarded for
having a magic touch in what he
does. Look at what he's done
with KRTH. He always had a keen
ear for what sounded right.

Little story. He'd come in to
his 6pm shift daily and replace the
scotch tape on the turntable
motors that sped up the music
about 3%. When you heard the
same songs on KMEN, they just
sounded sllllllow. And other

Anonymous said...

So KFXM had a milk guzzling event at Inland Center Mall. Anybody know how big a crowd showed up? Those were definately different times...

Anonymous said...

Johnny Kaye, super guy, colleague and friend -- I've never forgotten this great radio broadcaster!