Friday, September 02, 2011

KFXM & K/MEN September 2, 1966

Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby-Beatles #1
New in the top ten
Cherish-Association #9
Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White-Standells #10
My Uncle Used To Love Me, But She Died-Roger Miller
See See Rider-Animals
Get Away-Georgie Fame
Function At The Junction-Shorty Long

Not mentioned last week, but we have a change in the lineup on last weeks survey.  Dave Jeffries and Buddy Budnik are gone.  William F. Williams has returned and Bobby West has joined the K/MEN.   The picture of Bobby will be updated later.
Cherish-Association #1
New in the top ten
What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted?-Jimmy Ruffin #4
Black Is Black-Los Bravos #5
Bus Stop-Hollies #9
Highest debut
I've Got You Under My Skin-Four Seasons #22
Somewhere My Love-Ray Conniff Singers

Gary Marshall making the cover of the Tiger Mag.  How many people used him as a target?

Pictures of Bob Griffin and Al Anthony

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ray Conniff was father of
Jim Conniff. Jim was a DJ in
64 and came back in 68 at KFXM.

Somewhere My Love is the
2nd chart song by Ray on KFXM.
The other is one of my alltime
favs: Invisible Tears-- back in 64.