Saturday, September 17, 2011

K/MEN September 16, 1966

There has been a change in the method of enlarging pictures.  If you click on the picture, you will either get a slightly enlarged picture or a box with a red X in it on a black background.  Either way, to get a larger picture click on link on bottom left hand corner that follows "Image from" This will give you another larger picture.  If there is a magnifying plus on the cursor, left click and it should enlarge again.  Always something!

Cherish-Association #1
New in the top ten
See See Rider-The Animals #8
What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted-Jimmy Ruffin #9
Born A Woman-Sandy Posey #10
Walk Away Renee-Left Banke
Turn Down Day-Cyrkle
If I Were A Carpenter-Bobby Darin
Mas Que Nada-Sergio Mendes
With A Girl Like You-Troggs
Get Out Of My Life, Woman-Leaves
Aint Gonna Lie-Keith
Don't Start Crying Now-Them
This song by Them was something I had never heard until a couple years ago when I found the single.  I really like it.  I guess it was too wild to become a hit.

William F. Williams autograph I got at the 20th anniversary of K/MEN in 1982, at the concert in the Perris Hill Bowl.


Anonymous said...

You are right, Doug, it's ALWAYS 'something' different, ever-changing when it comes to sharing stuff on the Internet!

Must have been a DYN-O-MITE Happening at that '82 KMEN Re-Union event. Wish I could have been there, oh well...

Anonymous said...

I like the new way of looking
at the tunesheets. Less flipping
back and forth.
Easy to get back also.

Anonymous said...

You never ever hear OUT OF TIME by
Chris Farlow. Great back then and
still is a good listen.
It has a wall to wall sound when
everyone is playing in that record.

KFXM Tiger Radio and K/MEN 129 in Doug's Stuff Room said...

Even though K/MEN has it listed, I don't remember hearing the one by Chris Farlowe. I always heard the Rolling Stones version.

Anonymous said...

Both stations played it.
Try Youtube. I'm sure it's there.
Listen to the whole record.
Great production. Farlowe has
a gruff voice, ala Joe Cocker.