New 60's Countdown Show

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  1. semipenguin

    semipenguin Cheeseburger Connoisseur

    That Intruders song was Gawd awful :(
     
  2. dougt407

    dougt407 New Member

    Sixties Satellite Survey – Second Week of August 1960 airdate: 10 August 2013

    SS BB (PEAK) *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 08/21/1960*

    40 70 (40) “Sticks And Stones” – Ray Charles
    39 46 (48) “Heartbreak (It’s Hurtin’ Me)” – Jon Thomas
    38 23 (10) “Theme From The Apartment” – Ferrante & Teicher (I)
    37 27 (16) “Over The Rainbow” – Demensions
    36 28 (11) “Dreamin’” – Johnny Burnett
    35 35 (06) “That’s All You Gotta Do” – Brenda Lee
    34 67 (07) “A Rockin’ Good Way (To Mess Around And Fall In Love)” – Brook Benton & Dinah Washington
    33 48 (29) “Look For A Star” – Deane Hawley
    32 34 (32) “Where Are You” – Frankie Avalon
    31 33 (21) “Don’t Come Knockin’” – Fats Domino
    30 45 (15) “Alley-Oop” – Danté & The Evergreens
    29 15 (10) “In My Little Corner Of The World” – Anita Bryant
    28 39 (16) “Look For A Star” – Garry Mills
    27 30 (08) “When Will I Be Loved” – Everly Brothers
    26 24 (24) “This Bitter Earth” – Dinah Washington
    25 31 (19) “Look For A Star” – Billy Vaughn & His Orchestra (I)
    24 25 (15) “A Woman, A Lover, A Friend” – Jackie Wilson
    23 24 (04) “Because They’re Young” – Duane Eddy (I)
    22 26 (19) “Question” – Lloyd Price
    21 21 (20) “Trouble In Paradise” – Crests
    20 11 (04) “Volare” – Bobby Rydell
    19 29 (18) “Josephine” – Bill Black’s Combo (I)
    18 20 (01) “Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool” – Connie Francis
    17 12 (07) “Mission Bell” – Donnie Brooks
    16 14 (12) “(You Were Made For) All My Love” – Jackie Wilson
    15 22 (16) “Look For A Star” – Garry Miles
    14 17 (05) “Mule Skinner Blues” – Fendermen
    13 18 (14) “Feel So Fine” – Johnny Preston
    12 08 (01) “The Twist” – Chubby Checker
    11 07 (07) “Finger Poppin’ Time” – Hank Ballard & The Midnighters
    10 16 (01) “Alley-Oop” – Hollywood Argyles
    09 06 (06) “Walking To New Orleans” – Fats Domino
    08 05 (02) “Walk -- Don’t Run” – Ventures (I)
    07 13 (08) “Please Help Me, I’m Falling” – Hank Locklin
    06 09 (07) “Tell Laura I Love Her” – Ray Peterson
    05 10 (06) “Image Of A Girl” – Safaris
    04 04 (02) “Only The Lonely” – Roy Orbison
    03 03 (01) “I’m Sorry” – Brenda Lee
    02 01 (01) “It’s Now Or Never” – Elvis Presley
    01 02 (01) “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini” – Brian Hyland

    Extras:

    --- --- (70) “Raspberries, Strawberries” – Kingston Trio (from #1 Stereo L.P., played after #31)
    --- --- (---) “Please Don’t Tease” – Cliff Richard & The Shadows (#1 U.K. Single, played after #20)
    --- 41 (07) “Kiddio” – Brook Benton (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2013
  3. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    Last weekend- On Demand Now:

    SS BB (PEAK) *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 08/26/1967*

    40 51 (37) “Blue’s Theme†– Davie Allan & The Arrows (I)
    39 34 (01) “Windy†– Association
    38 33 (32) “The Windows Of The World†– Dionne Warwick
    37 45 (06) “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher†– Jackie Wilson
    36 25 (01) “The Letter†– Box Tops
    35 32 (32) “The Sweetest Thing This Side Of Heaven†– Chris Bartley
    34 37 (12) “You Know What I Mean†– Turtles
    33 38 (17) “Soul Finger†– Bar-Kays (I)
    32 29 (08) “Funky Broadway†– Wilson Pickett
    31 36 (11) “There Is A Mountain†– Donovan
    30 21 (21) “Hypnotized†– Linda Jones
    29 27 (10) “Brown Eyed Girl†– Van Morrison
    28 35 (23) “More Love†– Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
    27 40 (08) “White Rabbit†– Jefferson Airplane
    26 31 (30) “The World We Knew (Over And Over)†– Frank Sinatra
    25 24 (02) “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You†– Frankie Valli
    24 26 (09) “San Franciscan Nights†– Eric Burdon & The Animals
    23 30 (22) “Let The Good Times Roll & Feel So Good†– Bunny Sigler
    22 28 (20) “(I Wanna) Testify†– Parliaments
    21 20 (13) “My Mammy†– Happenings
    20 23 (23) “Fakin’ It†– Simon & Garfunkel
    19 17 (17) “To Love Somebody†– Bee Gees
    18 18 (09) “Carrie-Anne†– Hollies
    17 14 (03) “Come Back When You Grow Up†– Bobby Vee & The Strangers
    16 19 (06) “Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie†– Jay & The Techniques
    15 22 (05) “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy†– Buckinghams
    14 13 (13) “Thank The Lord For The Night Time†– Neil Diamond
    13 16 (11) “Silence Is Golden†– Tremeloes
    12 09 (06) “You’re My Everything†– Temptations
    11 10 (05) “A Whiter Shade Of Pale†– Procol Harum
    10 16 (07) “Cold Sweat - Part 1†– James Brown & The Famous Flames
    09 11 (10) “A Girl Like You†– Young Rascals
    08 12 (12) “Heroes And Villains†– Beach Boys
    07 06 (02) “I Was Made To Love Her†– Stevie Wonder
    06 08 (02) “Reflections†– Diana Ross & The Supremes
    05 03 (03) “Pleasant Valley Sunday†– Monkees
    b/w 15 (11) “Words†– Monkees
    04 05 (04) “Baby I Love You†– Aretha Franklin
    03 04 (01) “Light My Fire†– Doors
    02 02 (01) “All You Need Is Love†– Beatles
    01 01 (01) “Ode To Billie Joe†– Bobbie Gry

    Extras:

    --- --- (04) “San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair)†– Scott McKenzie (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
    --- 54 (17) “I Had A Dream†– Paul Revere & The Raiders (Hot New Single, played after #11)
    --- --- (---) “With A Little Help From My Friends†– Beatles (from #1 album, played after #2)


    I noticed Lou started playing the snippets after the song now instead of before.
     
  4. Aaron

    Aaron Moderator

    I've said it before, I think 1967 might be my favorite music year. :bigthumbup:

    All those great songs, and the one that gets stuck in my head is "Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie" :sad:
     
  5. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    SS BB (PEAK) *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 09/04/1965*

    40 43 (01) “I’m Henry VIII, I Am†– Herman’s Hermits
    39 35 (35) “I Don’t Wanna Lose You Baby†– Chad & Jeremy
    38 37 (34) “Who’ll Be The Next In Line†– Kinks
    37 40 (03) “What’s New Pussycat?†– Tom Jones
    36 34 (27) “Sad, Sad Girl†– Barbara Lewis
    35 33 (13) “We Gotta Get Out Of This Place†– Animals
    34 38 (17) “I’m A Fool†– Dino, Desi & Billy
    33 29 (29) “Shake And Fingerpop†– Jr. Walker & The All Stars
    32 26 (26) “Ju Ju Hand†– Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs
    31 32 (32) “Sugar Dumpling†– Sam Cooke
    30 31 (01) “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction†– Rolling Stones
    29 30 (21) “Agent Double-O-Soul†– Edwin Starr
    28 36 (08) “Don’t Just Stand There†– Patty Duke
    27 28 (28) “Looking Through The Eyes Of Love†– Gene Pitney
    26 18 (15) “All I Really Want To Do†– Cher
    25 24 (21) “Houston†– Dean Martin
    24 27 (10) “Laugh At Me†– Sonny
    23 25 (04) “Catch Us If You Can†– Dave Clark Five
    22 23 (13) “Action†– Freddy Cannon
    21 21 (12) “In The Midnight Hour†– Wilson Pickett
    20 20 (02) “Save Your Heart For Me†– Gary Lewis & The Playboys
    19 17 (17) “Since I Lost My Baby†– Temptations
    18 22 (01) “Hang On Sloopy†– McCoys
    17 19 (09) “Heart Full Of Soul†– Yardbirds
    16 16 (16) “The Tracks Of My Tears†– Miracles
    15 15 (05) “The ‘In’ Crowd†– Ramsey Lewis Trio (I)
    14 12 (05) “It Ain’t Me Babe†– Turtles
    13 14 (11) “Baby, I’m Yours†– Barbara Lewis
    12 13 (09) “Down In The Boondocks†– Billy Joe Royal
    11 11 (11) “Nothing But Heartaches†– Supremes
    10 10 (08) “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me†– Mel Carter
    09 08 (08) “Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag†(Part I) – James Brown & The Famous Flames
    08 07 (03) “You Were On My Mind†– We Five
    07 09 (01) “Eve Of Destruction†– Barry McGuire
    06 04 (04) “Unchained Melody†– Righteous Brothers
    05 05 (05) “It’s The Same Old Song†– Four Tops
    04 06 (01) “I Got You Babe†– Sonny er
    03 03 (03) “California Girls†– Beach Boys
    02 02 (02) “Like A Rolling Stone†– Bob Dylan
    01 01 (01) “Help!†– Beatles

    Extra:

    --- 51 (07) “You’ve Got Your Troubles†– Fortunes (Hot New Single, played after #11)


    Next week, Lou Simon plays the 40 biggest debut hits of the 60s! It's a Labor Day weekend special survey!!
     
  6. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    Lou Simon plays the 40 biggest debut hits of the 60s! It's a Labor Day weekend special survey!!

    Tomorrow 10:00 am
    *Special Labor Day airing* Mon 9/2 12:00 pm

    Wed 9/4 9:00 pm ET

    40 (1964) “I Only Want To Be With You†– Dusty Springfield
    39 (1963) “Come And Get These Memories†– Martha & The Vandellas
    38 (1961) “Just Out Of Reach (Of My Two Open Arms)†– Solomon Burke
    37 (1966) “Along Comes Mary†– Association
    36 (1965) “It’s Not Unusual†– Tom Jones
    35 (1965) “It Ain’t Me Babe†– Turtles
    34 (1965) “Do You Believe In Magic†– Lovin’ Spoonful
    33 (1964) “The Way You Do The Things You Do†– Temptations
    32 (1968) “Suzie Q†(Part One) – Creedence Clearwater Revival
    31 (1964) “Dang Me†– Roger Miller
    30 (1964) “I’m Into Something Good†– Herman’s Hermits
    29 (1964) “Baby I Need Your Loving†– Four Tops
    28 (1961) “Spanish Harlem†– Ben E. King
    27 (1965) “Hold What You’ve Got†– Joe Tex
    26 (1964) “Glad All Over†– Dave Clark Five
    25 (1962) “Lonely Bull†– Tijuana Brass f. Herb Alpert (I)
    24 (1962) “She Cried†– Jay & The Americans
    23 (1965) “Shotgun†– Jr. Walker & The All Stars
    22 (1961) “Every Beat Of My Heart†– Pips
    21 (1966) “California Dreamin’†– Mamas & The Papas
    20 (1964) “Memphis†– Johnny Rivers (L)
    19 (1964) “A World Without Love†– Peter & Gordon
    18 (1965) “Mr. Tambourine Man†– Byrds
    17 (1966) “Hanky Panky†– Tommy James & The Shondells
    16 (1965) “The Sound Of Silence†– Simon & Garfunkel
    15 (1965) “This Diamond Ring†– Gary Lewis & The Playboys
    14 (1962) “Sheila†– Tommy Roe
    13 (1960) “Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini†– Brain Hyland
    12 (1966) “Last Train To Clarksville†– Monkees
    11 (1961) “Please Mr. Postman†– Marvelettes
    10 (1964) “House Of The Rising Sun†– Animals
    09 (1963) “It’s My Party†– Lesley Gore
    08 (1963) “Fingertips2†– Little Stevie Wonder (L)
    07 (1962) “Duke Of Earl†– Gene Chandler
    06 (1965) “Downtown†– Petula Clark
    05 (1967) “Light My Fire†– Doors
    04 (1962) “Sherry†– 4 Seasons
    03 (1961) “Runaway†– Del Shannon
    02 (1962) “Roses Are Red (My Love)†– Bobby Vinton
    01 (1964) “I Want To Hold Your Hand†– Beatles
     
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2013
  7. Aaron

    Aaron Moderator

    Curious how they ranked the songs in that order... but a great group of songs nonetheless. :bigthumbup:

    After that I listened to the on-demand rebroadcast of Something Good with Peter Noone, which I listen to most weeks, and is possibly my favorite show on all of Sirius XM. :cool:
     
  8. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    SS BB (PEAK) *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 09/24/1966*

    40 53 (10) “See See Rider†– Eric Burdon & The Animals
    39 36 (22) “I Really Don’t Want To Know†– Ronnie Dove
    38 47 (09) “Blowin’ In The Wind†– Stevie Wonder
    37 37 (01) “Summer In The City†– Lovin’ Spoonful
    36 33 (33) “7 And 7 Is†– Love
    35 28 (27) “Open The Door To Your Heart†– Darrell Banks
    34 35 (19) “Wade In The Water†– Ramsey Lewis (I)
    33 34 (20) “The Joker Went Wild†– Brian Hyland
    32 29 (24) “Almost Persuaded†– David Houston
    31 48 (21) “Say I Am (What I Am)†– Tommy James & The Shondells
    30 31 (15) “Respectable†– Outsiders
    29 32 (25) “Summer Wind†– Frank Sinatra
    28 30 (28) “Flamingo†– Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (I)
    27 25 (05) “Psychotic Reaction†– Count Five
    26 27 (08) “Working In The Cole Mine†– Lee Dorsey
    25 21 (02) “Sunny†– Bobby Hebb
    24 24 (06) “Land Of 1000 Dances†– Wilson Pickett
    23 23 (07) “What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted†– Jimmy Ruffin
    22 18 (18) “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)†– Jr. Walker & The All Stars
    21 26 (01) “Last Train To Clarksville†– Monkees
    20 22 (16) “Turn-Down Day†– Cyrkle
    19 19 (09) “I’ve Got You Under My Skin†– 4 Seasons
    18 20 (17) “Mr. Dieingly Sad†– Critters
    17 09 (08) “Wouldn’t It Be Nice†– Beach Boys
    b/w 39 (39) “God Only Knows†– Beach Boys
    16 14 (06) “Cherry, Cherry†– Neil Diamond
    15 17 (16) “Wipe Out†– Surfaris (I)
    14 16 (12) “Born A Woman†– Sandy Posey
    13 11 (01) “96 Tears†– ? (Question Mark) & The Mysterians
    12 15 (14) “Sunny Afternoon†– Kinks
    11 11 (11) “Eleanor Rigby†– Beatles
    10 12 (03) “See You In September†– Happenings
    09 13 (09) “Guantanamera†– Sandpipers
    08 10 (01) “Reach Out I’ll Be There†– Four Tops
    07 07 (04) “Black Is Black†– Los Bravos
    06 06 (03) “Beauty Is Only Skin Deep†– Temptations
    05 05 (05) “Bus Stop†– Hollies
    04 03 (01) “Sunshine Superman†– Donovan
    03 04 €œYellow Submarine†– Beatles
    02 02 (01) “You Can’t Hurry Love†– Supremes
    01 01 (01) “Cherish†– Association

    Extras:

    --- 54 (07) “Born Free†– Roger Williams (#1 Easy Listening Single, played after #31)
    --- --- (45) “Distant Drums†– Jim Reeves (#1 U.K. Single, played after #20)
    --- 40 (05) “Walk Away Renee†– Left Banke (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  9. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

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    *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 09/26/1964*

    40 34 (34) “Someday We’re Gonna Love Again†– Searchers
    39 36 (05) “C’mon And Swim†– Bobby Freeman
    38 47 (09) “Little Honda†– Hondells
    37 39 (26) “Girl (Why You Wanna Make Me Blue)†– Temptations
    36 41 (14) “Maybe I Know†– Lesley Gore
    35 38 (04) “Under The Boardwalk†– Drifters
    34 45 (09) “Chug-A-Lug†– Roger Miller
    33 30 (23) “From A Window†– Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas
    32 32 (25) “Slow Down†– Beatles
    31 35 (34) “You’ll Never Get To Heaven (If You Break My Heart)†– Dionne Warwick
    30 27 (05) “Let It Be Me†– Betty Everett & Jerry Butler
    29 29 (02) “Last Kiss†– J. Frank Wilson & The Cavaliers
    28 28 (24) “Rhythm†– Major Lance
    27 31 (17) “Clinging Vine†– Bobby Vinton
    26 26 (15) “You Must Believe Me†– Impressions
    25 24 (24) “Out Of Sight†– James Brown & His Orchestra
    24 18 (07) “A Summer Song†– Chad & Jeremy
    23 25 (19) “In The Misty Moonlight†– Jerry Wallace
    22 22 (15) “I’m On The Outside (Looking In)†– Little Anthony & The Imperials
    21 23 (17) “Matchbox†– Beatles
    20 21 (09) “When I Grow Up (To Be A Man)†– Beach Boys
    19 17 (03) “Because†– Dave Clark Five
    18 20 (11) “Selfish One†– Jackie Ross
    17 19 (01) “A Hard Day’s Night†– Beatles
    16 13 (11) “Baby I Need Your Loving†– Four Tops
    15 16 (13) “Funny (How Time Slips Away)†– Joe Hinton
    14 14 (04) “We’ll Sing In The Sunshine†– Gale Garnett
    13 15 (01) “Everybody Loves Somebody†– Dean Martin
    12 12 (12) “Maybelline†– Johnny Rivers
    11 11 (11) “Haunted House†– Gene Simmons
    10 09 (07) “It Hurts To Be In Love†– Gene Pitney
    09 10 (10) “Save It For Me†– 4 Seasons
    08 08 (02) “Dancing In The Streets†– Martha & The Vandellas
    07 07 (01) “Where Did Our Love Go†– Supremes
    06 05 (05) “Remember (Walkin’ In The Sand)†– Shangri-Las
    05 06 (01) “Do Wah Diddy Diddy†– Manfred Mann
    04 04 (04) “G.T.O.“ Ronny & The Daytonas
    03 03 (01) “The House Of The Rising Sun†– Animals
    02 02 (02) “Bread And Butter†– Newbeats
    01 01 (01) “Oh, Pretty Woman†– Roy Orbison

    Extras:

    --- --- (13) “I’m Into Something Good†– Herman’s Hermits (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
    --- 63 (16) “Ride The Wild Surf†– Jan & Dean (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  10. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    Last week's show is now On Demand

    *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 10/08/1961*

    40 38 (25) “Take Five†– Dave Brubeck Quartet (I)
    39 32 (05) “I Love How You Love Me†– Paris Sisters
    38 28 (16) “Sweets For My Sweet†– Drifters
    37 33 (25) “Stick Shift†– Duels (I)
    36 44 (20) “Frankie And Johnny†– Brook Benton
    35 42 (31) “Lover’s Island†– Blue Jays
    34 30 (29) “Missing You†– Ray Peterson
    33 34 (03) “Last Night†– Mar-Keys (I)
    32 27 (19) “Big Cold Wind†– Pat Boone
    31 17 (06) “This Time†– Troy Shondell
    30 26 (04) “(Marie’s The Name) His Latest Flame†– Elvis Presley
    29 35 (14) “It’s Gonna Work Out Fine†– Ike and Tina Turner
    28 25 (20) “Let Me Belong To You†– Brian Hyland
    27 24 (05) “Sad Movies (Make Me Cry)†– Sue Thompson
    26 40 (12) “A Little Bit Of Soap†– Jarmels
    25 31 (04) “Hurt†– Timi Yuro
    24 37 (01) “Wooden Heart†– Joe Dowell
    23 29 (10) “When We Get Married†– Dreamlovers
    22 14 (07) “Ya Ya†– Lee Dorsey
    21 19 (19) “The Astronaut (Parts 1 & 2)†– Jose Jimenez
    20 13 (09) “One Track Mind†– Bobby Lewis
    19 21 (01) “Runaround Sue†– Dion
    18 22 (17) “More Money For You And Me†– Four Preps (L)
    17 15 (08) “Let’s Get Together†– Hayley Mills
    16 23 (14) “Look In My Mind†– Chantels
    15 18 (15) “Bless You†– Tony Orlando
    14 16 (13) “The Way You Look Tonight†– Lettermen
    13 20 (03) “My True Story†– Jive Five
    12 10 (02) “Bristol Stomp†– Dovells
    11 12 (07) “Without You†– Johnny Tillotson
    10 11 (07) “Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp, Bomp, Bomp)†– Barry Mann
    09 09 (05) “Does Your Chewing Gun Lose Its Flavor (On The Bedpost Over Night)†– Lonnie Donegan And His Skiffle Group
    08 07 (07) “Mexico†– Bob Moore & His Orch. (I)
    07 08 (05) “You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby†– Bobby Darin
    06 04 (01) “Hit The Road Jack†– Ray Charles
    05 05 (05) “Little Sister†– Elvis Presley
    04 03 (01) “Michael†– Highwaymen
    03 02 (02) “The Mountain’s Hi– Dick and Deedee
    02 04 (02) “Crying†– Roy Orbison
    01 01 (01) “Take Good Care Of My Baby†– Bobby Vee

    Extras:

    --- --- (05) “Walk On By†– Leroy Van Dyke (#1 Country Single, played after #31)
    --- --- (---) “Johnny Remember Me†– John Leyton (#1 U.K. Single, played after #20)
    --- 53 (01) “Big Bad John†– Jimmy Dean (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  11. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    Today @ 2pm- Lou takes us back to the first week of October in 1969

    Here's the Top 35 from KQV ABC Radio


    01 SUGAR, SUGAR (7th week) - The Archies
    02 I CAN'T GET NEXT TO YOU - The Temptations
    03 IN A MOMENT - The Intrigues
    04 WHEN I DIE - Motherlode
    05 I'M GONNA MAKE YOU MINE - Lou Christie
    06 I'LL NEVER FALL IN LOVE AGAIN - Tom Jones
    07 BABY, IT'S YOU - Smith
    08 JEAN - Oliver
    09 LAY, LADY, LAY - Bob Dylan
    10 YOU - I - The Rugby's
    11 SOMETHING IN THE AIR - Thunderclap Newman
    12 HOT FUN IN THE SUMMERTIME - Sly & The Family Stone
    13 WEDDING BELL BLUES - The Fifth Dimension
    14 TRACY - The Cuff Links
    15 Everybody's Talkin' - Nilsson
    16 Little Woman - Bobby Sherman
    17 This Girl's A Woman Now - Gary Puckett & The Union Gap
    18 Ball Of Fire - Tommy James & The Shondells
    19 Time Machine - The Grand Funk Railroad
    20 The Train - 1910 Fruitgum Company
    21 You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Dionne Warwick
    22 Is That All There Is ? - Peggy Lee
    23 Honky Tonk Women - The Rolling Stones
    24 Suspicious Minds - Elvis Presley
    25 Come Together / Something - The Beatles
    26 Mind, Body & Soul - The Flaming Ember
    27 Make Believe - The Wind
    28 Kool And The Gang - Kool & The Gang
    29 Daddy's Little Man - O.C. Smith
    30 Try A Little Kindness - Glen Campbell
    31 Suite: Judy Blue Eyes - Crosby, Stills & Nash
    32 That's The Way Love Is - Marvin Gaye
    33 I'd Wait A Million Years - The Grass Roots
    34 Anyway That You Want Me - Evie Sands
    35 Get Ready - Ella Fitzgerald
     
  12. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    And now the actual playlist:

    SS BB (PEAK) *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 10/11/1969*

    40 32 (15) “Going In Circles†– Friends Of Distinction
    39 29 (15) “I’d Wait A Million Years†– Grass Roots
    38 33 (11) “Is That All There Is†– Peggy Lee
    37 49 (45) “And That Reminds Me (My Heart Reminds Me)†– 4 Seasons
    36 42 (34) “Daddy’s Little Man†– O.C. Smith
    35 44 (37) “Word (Part 1)†– James Brown
    34 50 (50) “We All Gotta Get Together†– Paul Revere & The Raiders
    33 31 (31) “In A Moment†– Intrigues
    32 34 (23) “What Kind Of Fool Do You Think I Am†– Bill Deal & The Rhondels
    31 30 (18) “Your Good Thing (Is About To End)†– Lou Rawls
    30 28 (07) “Lay Lady Lay†– Bob Dylan
    29 35 (28) “Make Believe†– Wind
    28 36 (16) “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling†– Dionne Warwick
    27 22 (02) “A Boy Named Sue†– Johnny Cash (L)
    26 23 (16) “Keem-O-Sabe†– Electric Indian (I)
    25 25 (01) “Wedding Bell Blues†– Fifth Dimension
    24 27 (24) “You, I†– Rugbys
    23 24 (22) “Sugar On Sunday†– Clique
    22 20 (20) “What’s The Use Of Breaking Up†– Jerry Butler
    21 18 (18) “When I Die†– Motherlode
    20 21 (12) “Hurt So Bad†– Lettermen
    19 26 (26) “Carry Me Back†– Rascals
    18 16 (05) “Get Together†– Youngbloods
    17 17 (06) “I’ll Never Fall In Love Again†– Tom Jones
    16 15 (05) “Baby It’s You†– Smith
    15 19 (09) “Tracy†– Cuff Links
    14 14 (10) “Oh, What A Night†– Dells
    13 12 (07) “That’s The Way Love Is†– Marvin Gaye
    12 10 (02) “Green River†– Creedence Clearwater Revival
    11 13 (10) “I’m Gonna Make You Mine†– Lou Christie
    10 08 (01) “Honky Tonk Women†– Rolling Stones
    09 11 (01) “Suspicious Minds†– Elvis Presley
    08 05 (02) “Hot Fun In The Summertime†– Sly & The Family Stone
    07 09 (09) “This Girl Is A Woman Now†– Gary Puckett And The Union Gap
    06 06 (06) “Everybody’s Talkin’†– Nilsson
    05 04 (01) “I Can’t Get Next To You†– Temptations
    04 07 (04) â€To Be Hard†– Three Dog Night
    03 03 (03) “Little Woman†– Bobby Sherman
    02 01 (01) “Sugar, Sugar†– Archies
    01 02 (02) “Jean†– Oliver

    Extras:

    --- --- (58) “Je T’Aime…Mon Non Plus†– Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
    --- 52 (19) “Ball Of Fire†– Tommy James & The Shondells (Hot New Single, played after #10)
     
  13. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 10/19/1968*

    40 40 (31) “Shoot’em Up, Baby†– Andy Kim
    39 51 (40) “Naturally Stoned†– Avant-Garde
    38 53 (35) “Help Yourself†– Tom Jones
    37 56 (22) “Bang-Shang-A-Lang†– Archies
    36 38 (24) “Keep On Lovin’ Me Honey†– Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
    35 33 (32) “Chained†– Marvin Gaye
    34 37 (33) “Lalena†– Donovan
    33 42 (13) “Sweet Blindness†– 5th Dimension
    32 28 (05) “1, 2, 3, Red Light†– 1910 Fruitgum Co.
    31 34 (32) “Baby, Come Back†– Equals
    30 30 (27) “The Snake†– Al Wilson
    29 23 (22) “Fool For You†– Impressions
    28 27 (01) “People Got To Be Free†– Rascals
    27 18 (16) “Hey, Western Union Man†– Jerry Butler
    26 26 (22) “Shape Of Things To Come†– Max Frost & The Troopers
    25 19 (05) “Hold Me Tight†– Johnny Nash
    24 31 (16) “On The Road Again†– Canned Heat
    23 29 (04) “Hush†– Deep Purple
    22 24 (06) “The Fool on the Hill†– Sergio Mendes & Brasil ‘66
    21 25 (20) “(The Lament Of The Cherokee) Indian Reservation†– Don Fardon
    20 21 (10) “I Say A Little Prayer†– Aretha Franklin
    19 20 (20) “All Along The Watchtower†– Jimi Hendrix Experience
    18 16 (06) “Slip Away†– Clarence Carter
    17 22 (06) “White Room†– Cream
    16 17 (12) “Revolution†– Beatles
    15 15 (12) “Piece Of My Heart†– Big Brother & The Holding Company
    14 10 (10) “Say It Loud - I’m Black And I’m Proud (Part 1)†– James Brown
    13 14 (06) “Elenore†– Turtles
    12 13 (02) “Those Were The Days†– Mary Hopkin
    11 11 (11) “Time Has Come Today†– Chambers Brothers
    10 12 (11) “Suzie Q.†– Creedence Clearwater Revival
    09 09 (07) “Over You†– Gary Puckett & The Union Gap
    08 06 (05) “Midnight Confessions†– Grass Roots
    07 04 (01) “Harper Valley P.T.A.†– Jeannie C. Riley
    06 07 (07) “My Special Angel†– Vogues
    05 08 (08) ™ve Gotta Get A Message To You†– Bee Gees
    04 05 (05) “Girl Watcher†– O’Kaysions
    03 03 (02) “Little Green Apples†– O.C. Smith
    02 02 (02) “Fire†– The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
    01 01 (01) “Hey Jude†– Beatles

    Extra:

    --- 43 (01) “Love Child†– Diana Ross & The Supremes (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  14. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 10/28/1967*

    40 36 (12) “Pata Pata†– Miriam Makeba
    39 37 (36) “Even The Bad Times Are Good†– Tremeloes
    38 41 (10) “Brown Eyed Girl†– Van Morrison
    37 38 (09) “I Can See For Miles†– Who
    36 34 (22) “Kentucky Woman†– Neil Diamond
    35 33 (28) “Ode To Billie Joe†– Kingspins (I)
    34 30 (06) “(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher And Higher†– Jackie Wilson
    33 39 (14) “Dandelion†– Rolling Stones
    32 25 (22) “The Look Of Love†– Dusty Springfield
    31 31 (31) “Child Of Clay†– Jimmie Rodgers
    30 35 (13) “Everlasting Love†– Robert Knight
    29 27 (06) “Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Pie†– Jay & The Techniques
    28 29 (01) “Ode To Billie Joe†– Bobbie Gentry
    27 32 (24) “Lightning’s Girl†– Nancy Sinatra
    26 23 (23) “Let Love Come Between Us†– James & Bobby Purify
    25 21 (03) “Come Back When You Grow Up†– Bobby Vee & The Strangers
    24 28 (25) “The Last Waltz†– Englebert Humperdinck
    23 22 (19) “You Keep Running Away†– Four Tops
    22 20 (14) “(Loneliness Made Me Realize) It’s You That I Need†– Temptations
    21 26 (16) “Holiday†– Bee Gees
    20 24 (13) “Love Is Strange†– Peaches & Herb
    19 16 (12) “Let It Out (Let It All Hang Out)†– Hombres
    18 18 (04) “Little Ole Man (Uptight-Everything’s Alright)†– Bill Cosby
    17 19 (02) “The Rain, The Park & Other Things†– Cowsills
    16 17 (12) “I’m Wondering†– Stevie Wonder
    15 11 (11) “Get On Up†– Esquires
    14 15 (06) “Please Love Me Forever†– Bobby Vinton
    13 12 (12) “People Are Strange†– Doors
    12 10 (01) “Incense And Peppermints†– Strawberry Alarm Clock
    11 09 (08) “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman†– Aretha Franklin
    10 13 (09) “Gimme Little Sign†– Brenton Wood
    09 14 (12) “Hey Baby (They’re Playing Our Song)†– Buckinghams
    08 08 (05) “Your Precious Love†– Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
    07 06 (03) “It Must Be Him†– Vikki Carr
    06 05 (04) “Expressway To Your Heart†– Soul Survivors
    05 07 (02) “Soul Man†– Sam & Dave
    04 03 (02) “Never M†– Association
    03 04 (04) “How Can I Be Sure†– Young Rascals
    02 02 (01) “The Letter†– Box Tops
    01 01 (01) “To Sir With Love†– Lulu

    Extras:

    --- --- (11) “(The Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts†– Bee Gees (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
    --- 42 (04) “I Say A Little Prayer†– Dionne Warwick (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  15. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    It never really dawned on me that a few of those tunes are from 67. I thought Brown Eyed Girl and people are Strange were from the early 70's.

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  16. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 11/06/1965*

    40 50 (11) “I’m Yours†– Elvis Presley
    39 45 (33) “Ring Dang Doo†– Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs
    38 42 (33) “Rusty Bells†– Brenda Lee
    37 38 (14) “My Girl Has Gone†– Miracles
    36 34 (34) “I Miss You So†– Little Anthony & The Imperials
    35 35 (35) “Respect†– Otis Redding
    34 39 (10) “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away†– Silkie
    33 32 (25) “Where You Go†– Cher
    32 40 (08) “Baby Don’t Go†– Sonny & Cher
    31 30 (26) “Where Have All The Flowers Gone†– Johnny Rivers
    30 25 (22) “Say Something Funny†– Patty Duke
    29 36 (13) “My Baby†– Temptations
    28 26 (25) “Not The Lovin’ Kind†– Dino, Desi & Billy
    27 31 (01) “Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)†– Byrds
    26 24 (21) “Round Every Corner†– Petula Clark
    25 28 (09) “Do You Believe In Magic†– Lovin’ Spoonful
    24 29 (05) “The ‘In’ Crowd†– Ramsey Lewis Trio (I,L)
    23 23 (23) “I Want To (Do Everything For You)†– Joe Tex
    22 20 (01) “Hang On Sloopy†– McCoys
    21 21 (12) “Run, Baby Run (Back Into My Arms)†– Newbeats
    20 22 (07) “Just A Little Bit Better†– Herman’s Hermits
    19 16 (15) “But Your Mine†– Sonny & Cher
    18 17 (17) “Everyone’s Gone To The Moon†– Jonathan King
    17 19 (12) “Liar, Liar†– Castaways
    16 15 (08) “Ain’t That Peculiar†– Marvin Gaye
    15 11 (11) “Make Me Your Baby†– Barbara Lewis
    14 18 (02) “Treat Her Right†– Roy Head & The Traits
    13 14 (14) “I Knew You When†– Billy Joe Royal
    12 13 (03) “Let’s Hang On!†– 4 Seasons
    11 10 (07) “A Taste Of Honey†– Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (I)
    10 09 (04) “Rescue Me†– Fontella Bass
    09 07 (07) “Positively 4th Street†– Bob Dylan
    08 12 (01) “I Hear A Symphony†– Supremes
    07 06 (04) “You’re The One†– Vogues
    06 08 (02) “1-2-3†– Len Barry
    05 04 (04) “Everybody Loves A Clown†– Gary Lewis & The Playboys
    04 05 (04) “Keep On Dancing†– G
    03 03 (01) “Yesterday†– Beatles
    02 02 (02) “A Lover’s Concerto†– Toys
    01 01 (01) “Get Off Of My Cloud†– Rolling Stones

    Extras:

    --- --- (---) “Hello Vietnam†– Johnny Wright (#1 Country Single, played after #31)
    --- --- (---) “Tears For Souvenirs†– Ken Dodd (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
    --- 61 (29) “Let Me Be†– Turtles (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  17. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 11/09/1963*

    40 48 (22) “Living A Lie†– Al Martino
    39 40 (36) “New Mexican Rose†– 4 Seasons
    38 37 (37) “Down The Aisle (Wedding Song)†– Patti LaBelle And Her Blue Belles
    37 43 (17) “Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa†– Gene Pitney
    36 36 (32) “Witchcraft†– Elvis Presley
    35 34 (29) “Blue Bayou†– Roy Orbison
    34 39 (25) “I Adore Him†– Angels
    b/w -- (84) “Thank You And Goodnight†– Angels
    33 30 (26) “Walking Proud†– Steve Lawrence
    32 33 (33) “Wild!†– Dee Dee Sharp
    31 27 (09) “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right†– Peter, Paul & Mary
    30 32 (28) “Your Other Love†– Connie Francis
    29 28 (04) “Cry Baby†– Garnet Mimms & The Enchanters
    28 31 (11) “Little Red Rooster†– Sam Cooke
    27 29 (13) “Hey Little Girl†– Major Lance
    26 21 (19) “Cross Fire!†– Orlons
    25 24 (23) “Cry To Me†– Betty Harris
    24 17 (17) “The Grass Is Greener†– Brenda Lee
    23 26 (01) “Blue Velvet†– Bobby Vinton
    22 23 (21) “Misty†– Lloyd Price
    21 22 (22) “You Lost The Sweetest Boy†– Mary Wells
    20 25 (10) “Walking The Dog†– Rufus Thomas
    19 19 (09) “(Down At) Papa Joe’s†– Dixiebelles
    18 15 (10) “500 Miles Away From Home†– Bobby Bare
    17 14 (03) “Everybody†– Tommy Roe
    16 18 (11) “Talk To Me†– Sunny & The Sunglows
    15 16 (12) “That Sunday, That Summer†– Nat “King†Cole
    14 13 (06) “Donna The Prima Donna†– Dion Di Muci
    13 20 (02) “Be My Baby†– Ronettes
    12 12 (12) “Fools Rush In†– Rick Nelson
    11 11 (05) “She’s A Fool†– Lesley Gore
    10 09 (08) “Bossa Nova Baby†– Elvis Presley
    09 10 (07) “I Can’t Stay Mad At You†– Skeeter Davis
    08 05 (05) “Mean Woman Blues†– Roy Orbison
    07 07 (06) “Maria Elena†– Los Indios Tabajaras (I)
    06 08 (04) “Busted†– Ray Charles
    05 06 (01) “I’m Leaving It Up To You†– Dale & Grace
    04 04 (04) “It’s All Right†âpressions
    03 03 (02) “Washington Square†– Village Stompers (I)
    02 01 (01) “Sugar Shack†– Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs
    01 02 (01) “Deep Purple†– Nino Tempo & April Stevens

    Extras:

    --- --- (48) “You’ll Never Walk Alone†– Gerry & The Pacemakers (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
    --- 69 (06) “Be True To Your School†– Beach Boys (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  18. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 11/19/1966*

    40 38 (29) “Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)†– Otis Redding
    39 36 (01) “Cherish†– Association
    38 39 (11) “Whispers (Gettin’ Louder)†– Jackie Wilson
    37 46 (09) “Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?†– Rolling Stones
    36 45 (10) “See See Rider†– Eric Burdon & The Animals
    35 44 (20) “The Great Airplane Strike†– Paul Revere & The Raiders
    34 29 (29) “Secret Love†– Billy Stewart
    33 35 (05) “Psychotic Reaction†– Count Five
    32 32 (30) “Louie, Louie†– Sandpipers
    31 40 (20) “It Tears Me Up†– Percy Sledge
    30 31 (26) “I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself†– Dionne Warwick
    29 23 (13) “A Hazy Shade Of Winter†– Simon & Garfunkel
    28 34 (02) “Mellow Yellow†– Donovan
    27 26 (22) “But It’s Alright†– J.J. Jackson
    26 27 (14) “B-A-B-Y†– Carla Thomas
    25 22 (21) “Who Am I†– Petula Clark
    24 30 (12) “Go Away Little Girl†– Happenings
    23 28 (15) “(You Don’t Have To) Paint Me A Picture†– Gary Lewis & The Playboys
    22 21 (09) “I’m Ready For Love†– Martha & The Vandellas
    21 20 (07) “Stop Stop Stop†– Hollies
    20 19 (05) “Dandy†– Herman’s Hermits
    19 25 (24) “Look Through My Window†– Mamas & The Papas
    18 18 (07) “What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted†– Jimmy Ruffin
    17 17 (11) “Coming On Strong†– Brenda Lee
    16 14 (01) “Reach Out I’ll Be There†– Four Tops
    15 13 (13) “Love Is A Hurtin’ Thing†– Lou Rawls
    14 11 (06) “Lady Godiva†– Peter And Gordon
    13 16 (05) “Walk Away Renee†– Left Banke
    12 12 (07) “Born Free†– Roger Williams
    11 15 (06) “Hooray For Hazel†– Tommy Roe
    10 08 (01) “96 Tears†-- ? (Question Mark) & The Mysterians
    09 09 (08) “If I Were A Carpenter†– Bobby Darin
    08 10 (10) “Rain On The Roof†– Lovin’ Spoonful
    07 06 (04) “Devil With A Blue Dress On & Good Golly Miss Molly†– Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
    06 06 (06) “I’m Your Puppet†– James & Bobby Purify
    05 04 (01) “Last Train To Clarksville†– Monkees
    04 05 (01) r Side Of Town†– Johnny Rivers
    03 03 (01) “Winchester Cathedral†– New Vaudeville Band
    02 01 (01) “You Keep Me Hangin’ On†– Supremes
    01 02 (01) “Good Vibrations†– Beach Boys

    Extras:

    --- 37 (28) “Knock On Wood†– Eddie Floyd (#1 R&B Single, played after #21)
    --- 53 (09) “A Place In The Sun†– Stevie Wonder (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  19. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor

    *Billboard Chart Data is from week-ending 11/21/1964*

    40 42 (42) “Don’t Ever Leave Me†– Connie Francis
    39 36 (06) “Goin’ Out Of My Head†– Little Anthony And The Imperials
    38 40 (19) “I’m Crying†– Animals
    37 49 (49) “Ain’t Doing Too Bad (Part 1)†– Bobby “Blue†Bland
    36 43 (02) “Dancing In The Street†– Martha & The Vandellas
    35 28 (17) “I Like It†– Gerry And The Pacemakers
    34 33 (33) “Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)†– Tony Bennett
    33 31 (01) “Come See About Me†– Supremes
    32 41 (14) “Tobacco Road†– Nashville Teens
    31 32 (25) “Sidewalk Surfin’†– Jan & Dean
    30 34 (23) “Walking In The Rain†– Ronettes
    29 35 (35) “When You Walk In The Room†– Searchers
    28 30 (09) “Chug-A-Lug†– Roger Miller
    27 29 (08) “Dance, Dance, Dance†– Beach Boys
    26 22 (14) “Right Or Wrong†– Ronnie Dove
    25 27 (20) “Big Man In Town†– 4 Seasons
    24 26 (16) “I Don’t Want To See You Again†– Peter And Gordon
    23 24 (15) “Everything’s Alright†– Newbeats
    22 25 (09) “Little Honda – Hondells
    21 23 (20) “Reach Out For Me†– Dionne Warwick
    20 19 (05) “Mountain Of Love†– Johnny Rivers
    19 20 (13) “I’m Into Something Good†– Herman’s Hermits
    18 18 (05) “Let It Be Me†– Betty Everett & Jerry Butler
    17 21 (04) “We’ll Sing In The Sunshine†– Gale Garnett
    16 15 (01) “Do Wah Diddy Diddy†– Manfred Mann
    15 17 (17) “Is It True†– Brenda Lee
    14 16 (16) “Ain’t That Loving You Baby†– Elvis Presley
    b/w 14 (12) “Ask Me†– Elvis Presley **actually the A-Side**
    13 12 (09) “I’m Gonna Be Strong†– Gene Pitney
    12 13 (01) “Oh, Pretty Woman†– Roy Orbison With The Candy Men
    11 11 (01) “Mr. Lonely†– Bobby Vinton
    10 10 (06) “Time Is On My Side†– Rolling Stones
    09 06 (08) “The Door Is Still Open To My Heart†– Dean Martin
    08 08 (07) “You Really Got Me†– Kinks
    07 07 (05) “Have I The Right?†– Honeycombs
    06 05 (02) “She’s Not There†– Zombies
    05 06 (01) “Ringo†â€e Greene
    04 04 (02) “Last Kiss†– J. Frank Wilson And The Cavaliers
    03 03 (03) “Come A Little Bit Closer†– Jay & The Americans
    02 02 (01) “Leader Of The Pack†– Shangri-Las
    01 01 (01) “Baby Love†– Supremes

    Extras:

    --- --- (05) “People†– Barbra Streisand (from #1 Album, played after #21)
    --- 63 (14) “Anyway You Want It†– Dave Clark Five (Hot New Single, played after #11)
     
  20. SIRIUSaboutXM

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    It's a special edition of the Survey! The 40 biggest 60's hits with a city name in the title! Listen to see if your city shows up on the list!!
     

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