New 60's Countdown Show

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Congratulations and Thanks to Lou Simon for this Fantastic show

The current show marks the 3rd anniversary of him bringing The Sixties Satellite Survey to SXM!

Please take the time to Thank Him for his great work:

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*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†– Lornee
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)
 

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'60s Satellite Survey Special!
Today 6pm & On Demand
It's a special holiday 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!!

60's Satellite Survey with Lou Simon > Home For The Holidays

40) Jan & Dean- Anaheim, Azusa, & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review And Timing Association
39) Lefty Frizzell Saginaw, Michigan
38) Mark Lindsay Fist Hymn From Grand Terrace
37) The Association Goodbye Columbus
36) Bobby Darin The Lady Came from Baltimore
35) Creedence Clearwater Revival Lodi
34) Claude King The Burning of Atlanta
33) Alvin Cash & The Registers The Philly Freeze
32) Dr. West's Medicine Show & Junk Band The Eggplant That Ate Chicago
31) Harpers Bizarre Chattanooga Choo Choo
30) Joiner Arkansas High School Band National City
29) The Everly Brothers Bowling Green
28) Elvis Presley Viva Las Vegas
27) Perry Como Seattle
26) Dean Martin Houston
25) Bobby Rydell Wildwood Days
24) Trini Lopez Kansas City
23) Eric Burdon & the Animals Monterey
22) Glen Campbell By the Time I Get to Phoenix
21) The Sir Douglas Quintet Mendocino
20) Gene Pitney Twenty-Four Hours from Tulsa
19) Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood Jackson
18) Bobby Bare Detroit City
17) George Hamilton IV Abilene
16) The Ad Libs The Boy From New York City
15) Jan & Dean Honolulu Lulu
14) The Lovin' Spoonful Nashville Cats
13) Dionne Warwick The Way To San Jose
12) Billy Joe Royal Cherry Hill Park
11) Floyd Cramer San Antonio Rose
10) Glen Campbell Galveston
09) Jan & Dean The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
08) Scott McKenzie San Francisco
07) Freddy Cannon Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
Extra: Neil Diamond Brooklyn Roads
06) Johnny Rivers Memphis (Live)
05) Glen Campbell Wichita Lineman
04) Dovells Bristol Stomp
03) Jan & Dean Surf City
02) The Monkees Last Train to Clarksville
01) Marty Robbins El Paso
 
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SS BB (PEAK) *Billboard chart data is from week-ending 12/20/1969*

40 41 (41) “Kozmic Blues†– Janis Joplin
39 32 (21) “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes†– Crosby, Stills & Nash
38 45 (45) “I’ll Hold Out My Hand†– Clique
37 36 (24) “Ain’t It Funky Now (Part 1)†– James Brown (I)
36 33 (30) “Groovy Grubworm†– Harlow Wilcox And The Oakies (I)
35 35 (30) “Cold Turkey†– Plastic Ono Band
34 12 (34) “Early In The Morning†– Vanity Fare
33 38 (35) “Sunday Mornin’†– Oliver
32 31 (01) “Venus†– Shocking Blue
31 26 (25) “Up On Cripple Creek†– Band
30 34 (10) “Jingle Jangle†– Archies
29 29 (17) “Eleanor Rigby†– Aretha Franklin
28 24 (24) “A Brand New Me†– Dusty Springfield
27 21 (05) “Smile A Little Smile For Me†– Flying Machine
26 20 (16) “These Eyes†– Jr. Walker & The All Stars
25 28 (06) “Don’t Cry Daddy†– Elvis Presley
backed with “Rubberneckin’†– Elvis Presley
24 18 (17) “Friendship Train†– Gladys Knight & The Pips
23 27 (24) “Heaven Knows†– Grass Roots
22 22 (14) “Baby, I’m For Real†– Originals
21 15 (10) “Midnight Cowboy†– Ferrante & Teicher (I)
20 28 (19) “Evil Woman Don’t Play Your Games With Me†– Crow
19 23 (08) “Jam Up Jelly Tight†– Tommy Roe
18 17 (01) “I Want You Back†– Jackson 5
17 16 (15) “Cherry Hill Park†– Billy Joe Royal
16 14 (09) “La La La (If I Had You)†– Bobby Sherman
15 12 (04) “Whole Lotta Love†– Led Zeppelin
14 06 (03) “Something†– Beatles
13 13 (10) “Backfield In Motion†– Mel & Tim
12 11 (10) “Eli’s Coming†– Three Dog Night
11 07 (07) “Yester-Me, Yester-You, Yesterday†– Stevie Wonder
10 03 (02) “Down On The Corner†– Creedence Clearwater Revival
09 09 (06) “Holly Holy†– Neil Diamond
08 10 (02) “And When I Die†– Blood, Sweat & Tears
07 08 (02) “Take A Letter Maria†– R.B. Greaves
06 05 (01) “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head†– B.J. Thomas
05 06 (01) “Come Together†– Beatles
04 03 (14) “Fortunate Sonâ Creedence Clearwater Revival
03 04 (01) “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye†– Steam
02 02 (01) “Someday We’ll Be Together†– Diana Ross And The Supremes
01 01 (01) “Leaving On A Jet Plane†– Peter, Paul & Mary

Extras:

--- 53 (01) “Sugar, Sugar†– Archies (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
--- 40 (23) “She†– Tommy James And The Shondells (Hot New Single, played after #11)
 

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SS BB (PEAK) *Billboard chart data is from week-ending 12/23/1967*

40 33 (01) “Green Tambourine†– Lemon Pipers
39 36 (24) “Come See About Me†– Jr. Walker & The All Stars
38 54 (25) “Yesterday†– Ray Charles
37 21 (01) “To Sir With Love†– Lulu
36 48 (25) “Love Me Two Times†– Doors
35 41 (31) “The Other Man’s Grass Is Always Greener†– Petula Clark
34 32 (32) “Since You Showed Me How To Be Happy†– Jackie Wilson
33 34 (11) “Susan†– Buckinghams
32 27 (06) “Please Love Me Forever†– Bobby Vinton
31 40 (14) “Lazy Day†– Spanky & Our Gang
30a 38 (38) “Beautiful People†– Kenny O’Dell (Lou plays the 1st half)
30b 37 (37) “Beautiful People†– Bobby Vee (Lou plays the 2nd half)
29 25 (09) “I Can See For Miles†– Who
28 29 (22) “And Get Away†– Esquires
27 28 (23) “Wear Your Love Like Heaven†– Donovan
26 30 (26) “By The Time I Get To Phoenix†– Glen Campbell
25 24 (24) “Neon Rainbow†– Box Tops
24 31 (20) “It’s Wonderful†– Young Rascals
23 23 (10) “If I Could Build My Whole World Around You†– Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
22 26 (13) “Different Drum†– Linda Ronstadt With The Stone Poneys
21 22 (17) “Next Plane To London†– Rose Garden
20 19 (14) “Keep The Ball Rollin’†– Jay And The Techniques
19 20 (11) “(The Lights Went Out In) Massachusetts†– Bee Gees
18 18 (14) “Summer Rain†– Johnny Rivers
17 16 (11) “Honey Chile†– Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
16 10 (04) “I Say A Little Prayer†– Dionne Warwick
15 14 (14) “She’s My Girl†– Turtles
14 11 (01) “Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)†– John Fred & His Playboy Band
13 08 (01) “Incense And Peppermints†– Strawberry Alarm Clock
12 15 (10) “Skinny Legs And All†– Joe Tex
11 12 (09) “In And Out Of Love†– Diana Ross & The Supremes
10 17 (02) “Chain Of Fools†– Aretha Franklin
09 13 (05) “Bend Me, Shape Me†– American Breed
08 07 (07) “Boogaloo Down Broadway†– Fantastic Johnny C
07 09 (09) “You Better Sit Down Kids†– Cher
06 05 (04) “Woman, Woman†– Union Gap Featuring Gary Puckett
05 06 (02) “The Rain, The Park & Other Things†– Cowsills
04 04 (04) “I Second That Emotion†– Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
03 02 (œI Heard It Through The Grapevine†– Gladys Knight & The Pips
02 03 (01) “Hello Goodbye†– Beatles
b/w 56 (56) “I Am The Walrus†– Beatles
01 01 (01) “Daydream Believer†– Monkees

Extras:

--- --- (---) “Cuddly Toy†– Monkees (From #1 Album, played after #21)
--- --- (---) “Snoopy’s Christmas†– Royal Guardsman (Hot New Single, played after #11)
 

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SS BB (PEAK) Billboard chart data is from week-ending 01/01/1966

40 40 (20) “Lies†– Knickerbockers
39 46 (37) “Princess In Rags†– Gene Pitney
38 30 (01) “I Hear A Symphony†– Supremes
37 47 (47) “Jealous Heart†– Connie Francis
36 28 (11) “Just Like Me†– Paul Revere And The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay
35 33 (18) “Attack†– Toys
34 37 (33) “You’ve Been Cheatin’†– Impressions
33 36 (25) “Thunderball†– Tom Jones
32 32 (10) “I Will†– Dean Martin
31 34 (29) “A Sweet Woman Like You†– Joe Tex
30 19 (11) “Hang On Sloopy†– Ramsey Lewis Trio (I,L)
29 29 (23) “Satin Pillows†– Bobby Vinton
28 25 (15) “Spanish Eyes†– Al Martino
27 48 (06) “As Tears Go By†– Rolling Stones
26 20 (20) “The Little Girl I Once Knew†– Beach Boys
25 14 (14) “Puppet On A String†– Elvis Presley
24 24 (14) “The Duck†– Jackie Lee
23 26 (18) “Sunday And Me†– Jay & The Americans
22 23 (23) “It’s My Life†– Animals
21 21 (10) “You Didn’t Have To Be So Nice†– Lovin’ Spoonful
20 15 (06) “I Can Never Go Home Anymore†– Shangri-Las
19 22 (03) “No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach’s In)†– T-Bones (I)
18 27 (08) “A Must To Avoid†– Herman’s Hermits
17 31 (07) “Taste Of Honey†– Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (I)
16 18 (05) “Day Tripper†– Beatles
15 13 (13) “One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)†– Barry Young
14 16 (03) “She’s Just My Style†– Gary Lewis And The Playboys
13 17 (12) “Don’t Think Twice†– Wonder Who?
12 12 (04) “Flowers On The Wall†– Statler Brothers
11 07 (07) “Fever†– McCoys
10 11 (04) “Five O’Clock World†– Vogues
09 10 (06) “Make The World Go Away†– Eddy Arnold
08 06 (03) “Let’s Hang On†– 4 Seasons
07 09 (08) “England Swings†– Roger Miller
06 08 (05) “Ebb Tide†– Righteous Brothers
05 04 (01) “Turn! Turn! Turn! erything There Is A Season)†– Byrds
04 05 (01) “Over And Over†– Dave Clark Five
03 03 (03) “I Got You (I Feel Good)†– James Brown And The Famous Flames
02 01 (01) “The Sound Of Silence†– Simon & Garfunkel
01 02 (01) “We Can Work It Out†– Beatles

Extra:

--- 57 (06) “The Men In My Little Girl’s Life†– Mike Douglas (Hot New Single, played after #10)
 

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Sixties Satellite Survey Saturdays 3 pm ET

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Each week, Lou Simon hosts a look back at a top 40 chart from this week in the 60’s. You’ll hear the hits as well as some long forgotten singles with plenty of Motown, British stars, novelty records, instrumentals, folk rock and lots more. Music and memories are alive and well on the Sixties Satellite Survey.
 

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'60s Satellite Survey-Special Edition
It's a special edition of the survey: the 40 biggest 60's hits with a first name in the title!!

40 1968 (07) “The Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde†– Georgie Fame
39 1961 (05) “Hats Off To Larry†– Del Shannon
38 1966 (03) “Sloop John B†– Beach Boys
37 1966 (02) “Barbara Ann†– Beach Boys
36 1969 (04) “Sweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good)†– Neil Diamond
35 1963 (02) “Sally, Go ‘Round The Roses†– Jaynetts
34 1960 (01) “Georgia On My Mind†– Ray Charles
33 1968 (04) “Abraham, Martin And John†– Dion
32 1962 (03) “Norman†– Sue Thompson
31 1968 (04) “Simon Says†– 1910 Fruitgum Co.
30 1968 (03) “Jumpin’ Jack Flash†– Rolling Stones
29 1969 (02) “Take A Letter Maria†– R.B. Greaves
28 1966 (04) “Devil With A Blue Dress On & Good Golly Miss Molly†– Mitch Ryder And The Detroit Wheels
27 1969 (02) “Jean†– Oliver
26 1963 (02) “Ruby Baby†– Dion
25 1965 (01) “I’m Henry VIII, I Am†– Herman’s Hermits
24 1969 (02) “Proud Mary†– Creedence Clearwater Revival
23 1967 (02) “Georgy Girl†– Seekers
22 1964 (03) “Dawn (Go Away)†– 4 Seasons
21 1965 (01) “Help Me, Rhonda†– Beach Boys
20 1969 (02) “A Boy Named Sue†– Johnny Cash
19 1962 (03) “Bobby’s Girl†– Marcie Blane
18 1962 (02) “Ramblin’ Rose†– Nat “King†Cole
17 1961 (01) “Hit The Road Jack†– Ray Charles
16 1962 (01) “Sheila†– Tommy Roe
15 1961 (01) “Michael†– Highwaymen
14 1967 (01) “Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)†– John Fred & His Playboy Band
13 1962 (01) “Johnny Angel†– Shelley Fabares
12 1963 (02) “Louie Louie†– Kingsmen
11 1963 (01) “Hey Paula†– Paul & Paula
10 1967 (01) “Windy†– Association
09 1963 (01) “Dominique†– Singing Nun
08 1964 (01) “Hello, Dolly!†– Louis Armstrong
07 1961 (01) “Runaround Sue†– Dion
06 1962 (01) “Sherry†– 4 Seasons
05 1967 (01) †Billie Joe†– Bobbie Gentry
04 1968 (01) “Honey†– Bobby Goldsboro
03 1961 (01) “Big Bad John†– Jimmy Dean
02 1960 (01) “Cathy’s Clown†– Everly Brothers
01 1968 (01) “Hey Jude†– Beatles

Extras:

--- 1967 (01) “Ruby Tuesday†– Rolling Stones (played after #26)
--- 1966 (---) “Michelle†– Beatles (played after #21)
 

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*Billboard chart data is from week-ending 01/09/1965*



SS BB (PEAK)
40 37 (24) “Oh No Not My Baby†– Maxine Brown
39 43 (43) “Boom Boom†– Animals
38 41 (41) “Promised Land†– Chuck Berry
37 35 (33) “Hawaii Tattoo†– Waikikis (I)
36 33 (08) “Dance, Dance, Dance†– Beach Boys
35 40 (09) “Mountain Of Love†– Johnny Rivers
34 36 (13) “You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You†– Dean Martin
33 27 (25) “I’m Into Something Good†– Herman’s Hermits
32 34 (34) “Wild One†– Martha & The Vandellas
31 32 (32) “One More Time†– Ray Charles Singers
30 31 (31) “Do-Wacka-Do†– Roger Miller
29 38 (03) “The Name Game†– Shirley Ellis
28 23 (23) “Walk Away†– Matt Monro
27 22 (22) “As Tears Go By†– Marianne Faithfull
26 29 (14) “I’ll Be There†– Gerry And The Pacemakers
25 24 (19) “Don’t Forget I Still Love You†– Bobbi Martin
24 26 (25) “Too Many Fish In The Sea†– Marvelettes
23 20 (01) “Ringo†– Lorne Greene (S)
22 28 (05) “Hold What You’ve Got†– Joe Tex
21 25 (24) “Dear Heart†– Andy Williams
20 21 (13) “Thou Shalt Not Steal†– Dick And DeeDee
19 17 (15) “Willow Weep For Me†– Chad & Jeremy
18 16 (02) “She’s Not There†– Zombies
17 18 (16) “My Love, Forgive Me (Amore, Scusami)†– Robert Goulet
16 19 (19) “Leader Of The Laundromat†– Detergents
15 12 (12) “Sha La La†– Manfred Mann
14 15 (06) “How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You†– Marvin Gaye
13 13 (09) “Keep Searchin’ (We’ll Follow The Sun)†– Del Shannon
12 14 (14) “Any Way You Want It†– Dave Clark Five
11 07 (07) “Amen†– Impressions
10 11 (04) “She’s A Woman†– Beatles
09 10 (10) “The Wedding†– Julie Rogers
08 05 (01) “Downtown†– Petula Clark
07 09 (01) “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’†– Righteous Brothers
06 08 (07) “The Jerk†– Larks
05 06 (06) “Goin’ Out Of My Head†– Little Anthony And The Imperials
04 04 (03) “Love Potion Number Nine†– Searchers
03 03 (01) “Mr. Lonely†– Bobby Vinton
02 02 (01) “Come See About Me†– Supremes
01 01 (01) “I Feel Fine†– Beatles

Extras:
--- 73 (07) “Shake†– Sam Cooke (Hot New Single, played after #10)
b/w -- (31) “A Change Is Gonna Coe†– Sam Cooke

 

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*Billboard chart data is from week-ending 01/18/1969*



SS BB (PEAK)
40 40 (39) “Are You Happy†– Jerry Butler
39 42 (08) “Baby, Baby Don’t Cry†– Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
38 43 (06) “This Magic Moment†– Jay & The Americans
37 44 (21) “Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag†– Otis Redding
36 36 (35) “Baby Let’s Wait†– Royal Guardsmen
35 27 (09) “Hang ‘Em High†– Booker T. & The MGs (I)
34 37 (11) “I’ve Gotta Be Me†– Sammy Davis Jr.
33 35 (24) “A Ray Of Hope†– Rascals
32 33 (08) “Both Sides Now†– Judy Collins
31 21 (05) “Who’s Making Love†– Johnnie Taylor
30 30 (25) “This Is My Country†– Impressions
29 34 (21) “There’s Gonna Be A Showdown†– Archie Bell & The Drells
28 31 (03) “Build Me Up Buttercup†– Foundations
27 25 (05) “Can I Change My Mind†– Tyrone Davis
26 29 (25) “California Soul†– 5th Dimension
25 24 (19) “Stand By Your Man†– Tammy Wynette
24 28 (28) “Bella Linda†– Grass Roots
23 26 (23) “Hey Jude†– Wilson Pickett
22 28 (04) “Abraham, Martin And John†– Dion
21 23 (13) “Too Week To Fight†– Clarence Carter
20 18 (01) “Love Child†– Diana Ross And The Supremes
19 19 (09) “I Love How You Love Me†– Bobby Vinton
18 20 (05) “Stormy†– Classics IV Featuring Dennis Yost
17 15 (01) “Everyday People†– Sly & The Family Stone
16 11 (11) “Cinnamon†– Derek
15 14 (14) “Lo Mucho Que Te Quiero (The More I Love You)†– Rene & Rene
14 17 (12) “If I Can Dream†– Elvis Presley
13 16 (06) “I Started A Joke†– Bee Gees
12 07 (02) “For Once In My Life†– Stevie Wonder
11 13 (06) “Cloud Nine†– Temptations
10 12 (11) “Going Up The Country†– Canned Heat
09 10 (10) “Son-Of-A Preacher Man†– Dusty Springfield
08 09 (03) “Worst That Could Happen†– Brooklyn Bridge
07 08 (03) “Touch Me†– Doors
06 06 (03) “Wichita Lineman†– Glen Campbell
05 05 (05) “Hooked On A Feeling†– B.J. Thomas
04 03 (03) “Soulful Strut†– Young-Holt Unlimited (I)
03 04 (01) “Crimson And Clover†– Tommy James And The Shondells
02 02 (02) “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me†– Diana Ross And The Supremes & Temptations
01 01 (01) “I Heard It Through The Grapevine†– Marvin Gaye

Extras:

--- --- (---) â€Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da†– Marmalade (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
--- --- (---) “Pollyanna†– Classics (played after #19, preceding “Stormyâ€)
--- 12 (62) “Games People Play†– Joe South (Hot New Single, played after #11)

 

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*Billboard chart data is from week-ending 02/04/1967*



SS BB (PEAK)
40 36 (16) “Go Where You Wanna Go†– 5th Dimension
39 38 (31) “Hey Leroy, Your Mama’s Callin’ You†– Jimmy Castor (I)
38 35 (14) “It Takes Two†– Marvin Gaye & Kim Weston
37 32 (32) “Look What You’ve Done†– Pozo-Seco Singers
36 39 (25) “Try A Little Tenderness†– Otis Redding
35 37 (11) “Coming Home Soldier†– Bobby Vinton
34 44 (01) “Winchester Cathedral†– New Vaudeville Band
33 30 (29) “Bring It Up†– James Brown And The Famous Flames
32 33 (27) “How Do You Catch A Girl†– Sam The Sham And The Pharoahs
31 34 (15) “Pretty Ballerina†– Left Banke
30 28 (17) “I’ve Passed This Way Before†– Jimmy Ruffin
29 31 (26) “Hello Hello†– Sopwith “Camelâ€
28 25 (21) “Where Will The Words Come From†– Gary Lewis And The Playboys
27 29 (11) “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy†– “Cannonball†Adderley (I,L)
26 23 (06) “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye†– Casinos
25 24 (23) “It’s Now Winters Day†– Tommy Roe
24 26 (07) “Gimme Some Lovin’†– Spencer Davis Group
23 19 (16) “Color My World†– Petula Clark
22 27 (01) “Love Is Here And Now You’re Gone†– Supremes
21 21 (10) “Tell It To The Rain†– 4 Seasons
20 18 (11) “I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)†– Electric Prunes
19 22 (05) “Sugar Town†– Nancy Sinatra
18 16 (06) “The Beat Goes On†– Sonny & Cher
17 20 (20) “Wild Thing†– Senator Bobby
16 17 (15) “Music To Watch Girls By†– Bob Crewe Generation (I)
15 11 (01) “Ruby Tuesday†– Rolling Stones
b/w 59 (55) “Let’s Spend The Night Together†– Rolling Stones
14 13 (11) “Green, Green Grass Of Home†– Tom Jones
13 15 (15) “Knight In Rusty Armour†–Peter And Gordon
12 14 (12) “Stand By Me†– Spyder Turner
11 12 (08) “Nashville Cats†– Lovin’ Spoonful
10 08 (07) “98.6†– Keith
09 10 (06) “Standing In The Shadows Of Love†– Four Tops
08 09 (04) “Good Thing†– Paul Revere And The Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay
07 07 (05) “(We Ain’t Got) Nothin’ Yet†– Blues Magoos
06 06 (05) “Words Of Love†– Mamas & The Papas
05 05 (01) “Kind Of A Drag†– Buckinghams
04 03 (02) “Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron†– Royal Guardsmen
(Lou played the original Canadian version “Squeaky Vs. The Black Knightâ€)
03 04 (02) “Tell It Like It Is†– Aaron Neville
02 02 (02) “Georgy Girl†– Seekers
01 01 (01) “I’m A Believer†– Monkees
b/w 40 (20) “(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone†– Monkees

Extras:
--- 50 (08) â€My Cup Runneth Over†– Ed Ames (#1 Easy Listening Single, played after #21)
---63 (16) “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long†– Young Rascals (Hot New Single, played after #11)

 

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SS BB (PEAK)
40 35 (25) “Letter From Sherry†– Dale Ward
39 36 (36) “Charade†– Henry Mancini And His Orchestra (I)
38 45 (31) “Need To Belong†– Jerry Butler
37 39 (20) “That Lucky Old Sun†– Ray Charles
36 44 (15) “Southtown, U.S.A.†– Dixiebelles
35 47 (22) “Can I Get A Witness†– Marvin Gaye
34 33 (33) “Girls Grown Up Faster Than Boys†– Cookies
33 34 (07) “Talk Back Trembling Lips†– Johnny Tillotson
32 32 (14) “Wives And Lovers†– Jack Jones
31 27 (23) “When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes†– Supremes
30 29 (10) “Midnight Mary†– Joey Powers
29 31 (08) “Quicksand†– Martha & The Vandellas
28 28 (25) “It’s All In The Game†– Cliff Richard
27 30 (01) “Dominique†– Singing Nun
26 24 (24) “Baby, I Love You†– Ronettes
25 20 (17) “Hooka Tooka†– Chubby Checker
24 19 (19) “Somewhere†– Tymes
23 26 (04) “Since I Fell For You†– Lenny Welch
22 25 (08) “The Nitty Gritty†– Shirley Ellis
21 17 (09) “What Kind Of Fool (Do You Think I Am)†– Tams
20 23 (04) “Java†– Al (He’s The King) Hirt (I)
19 22 (13) “A Fool Never Learns†– Andy Williams
18 15 (12) “Talking About My Baby†– Impressions
17 13 (10) “Drag City†– Jan & Dean
16 18 (15) “Daisy Petal Pickin’†– Jimmy Gilmer And The Fireballs
15 21 (01) “She Loves You†– Beatles
14 14 (11) “Whispering†– Nino Tempo & April Stevens
13 16 (12) “As Usual†– Brenda Lee
12 12 (04) “Forget Him†– Bobby Rydell
11 10 (06) “For You†– Rick Nelson
10 11 (03) “Popsicles And Icicles†– Murmaids
09 09 (08) “Anyone Who Had A Heart†– Dionne Warwick
08 08 (05) “Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um†– Major Lance
07 05 (04) “Hey Little Cobra†– Rip Chords
06 03 (03) “Out Of Limits†– Marketts (I)
05 07 (01) “There! I’ve Said It Again†– Bobby Vinton
04 06 (02) “Louie Louie†– Kingsmen
03 04 (04) “Surfin’ Bird†– Trashmen
02 02 (02) “You Don’t Own Me†– Lesley Gore
01 01 (01) “I Want To Hold Your Hand†– Beatles
Extras:
--- --- (06) “Glad All Over†– Dave Clark Five (#1 U.K. Single, played after #21)
--- 38 (05) “California Sun†– Rivieras (Hot New Single, played after #10)

 

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Feb 10th, 1968



SS BB (PEAK)
40 44 (09) “I Thank You†– Sam & Dave
39 33 (22) “Love Power†– Sandpebbles
38 40 (39) “Strawberry Shortcake†– Jay And The Techniques
37 36 (10) “If I Could Build My Whole World Around You†– Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
36 39 (23) “Tell Mama†– Etta James
35 31 (01) “Hello Goodbye†– Beatles
34 38 (10) “Everything That Touches You†– Association
33 37 (04) “Simon Says†– 1910 Fruitgum Co.
32 26 (26) “Some Velvet Morning†– Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood
31 35 (34) “You†– Marvin Gaye
30 32 (15) “Words†– Bee Gees
29 28 (01) “(Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay†– Otis Redding
28 27 (14) “We’re A Winner†– Impressions
27 15 (02) “(Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls†– Dionne Warwick
26 18 (18) “Am I That Easy To Forget†– Englebert Humperdinck
25 29 (29) “To Give (The Reason I Live)†– Frankie Valli
24 30 (30) “Sunday Mornin’†– Spanky And Our Gang
23 25 (25) “Skip A Rope†– Henson Cargill
22 22 (22) “I Can Take Her Or Leave Her Loving†– Herman’s Hermits
21 21 (21) “We Can Fly†– Cowsills
20 23 (23) “Tomorrow†– Strawberry Alarm Clock
19 24 (24) “Just As Much As Ever†– Bobby Vinton
18 19 (19) “Darlin’†– Beach Boys
17 13 (08) “I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonite†– Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
16 09 (04) “Woman, Woman†– Union Gap Featuring Gary Puckett
15 20 (13) “Different Drum†– Stone Poneys With Linda Ronstadt
14 16 (16) “Itchycoo Park†– Small Faces
13 14 (09) “Bottle Of Wine†– Fireballs
12 05 (02) “Chain Of Fools†– Aretha Franklin
11 17 (17) “My Baby Must Be A Magician†– Marvelettes
10 11 (11) “Susan†– Buckinghams
09 12 (11) “Baby, Now That I Found You†– Foundations
08 10 (05) “Bend Me, Shape Me†– American Breed
07 07 (07) “Goin’ Out Of My Head/Can’t Take My Eyes Off You†– Lettermen (L)
06 08 (08) “Nobody But Me†– Human Beinz
05 06 (04) “I Wish It Would Rain†– Temptations
04 04 (01) “Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)†– John Fred & His Playboy Band
03 03 (03) “Spooky†– Classics IV
02 02 (01) “Green Tambourine†– Lemon Pipers
01 01 (01) “Love Is Blue†– Paul Mauriat And His Orchestra (I)

Extras:

--- 65 (34) “The Lesson†– Vikki Carr (#1 Easy Listening Single, played after #31)
--- --- (---) “Everlasting Love†– Love Affair (#1 U.K. Single, playe after #21)
--- 46 (14) “Walk Away Renee†– Four Tops (Hot New Single, played after #10)

 

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1964 British Invasion Special

SS MTH (PEAK)

30 MAY (44) “Just One Look†– Hollies
29 SEP (97) “Someone, Someone†– Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
28 AUG (94) “Shout†– Lulu And The Luvers
27 DEC (01) “Downtown†– Petula Clark
26 MAY (75) “Yesterday’s Gone†– Overlanders
25 NOV (56) “I’m Gonna Love You Too†– Hullaballoos
24 NOV (52) “(There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me†– Sandie Shaw
23 MAR (39) “We Love You Beatles†– Carefrees
22 NOV (22) “As Tears Go By†– Marianne Faithfull
21 JUL (53) “Ringo’s Theme (This Boy)†– George Martin (I)
20 NOV (10) “The Wedding†– Julie Rogers
19 JUL (26) “You’re My World†– Cilla Black
18 SEP (14) “Tobacco Road†– Nashville Teens
17 OCT (13) “I’m Into Something Good†– Herman’s Hermits
16 MAR (24) “Hippy Hippy Shake†– Swinging Blue Jeans
15 SEP (09) “You Really Got Me†– Kinks
14 SEP (05) “Have I The Right?†– Honeycombs
13 APR (10) “Diane†– Bachelors
12 OCT (02) “She’s Not There†– Zombies
11 AUG (07) “A Summer Song†– Chad & Jeremy
10a SEP (01) “Do Wah Diddy Diddy†– Manfred Mann
10b NOV (12) “Sha La La†– Manfred Mann
09a JUN (06) “Wishin’ And Hopin’†– Dusty Springfield
09b JAN (12) “I Only Want To Be With You†– Dusty Springfield
08a JUL (24) “Tell Me (You’re Coming Back)†– Rolling Stones
08b OCT (06) “Time Is On My Side†– Rolling Stones
07a JUL (09) “How Do You Do It?†– Gerry And The Pacemakers
07b MAY (04) “Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying†– Gerry And The Pacemakers
06a MAY (01) “A World Without Love†– Peter And Gordon
06b JUN (12) “Nobody I Know†– Peter And Gordon
05a AUG (01) “The House Of The Rising Sun†– Animals
05b SEP (19) “I’m Crying†– Animals
04a MAY (09) “Bad To Me†– Billy J. Kramer With The Dakotas
0407) “Little Children†– Billy J. Kramer With The Dakotas
03a MAY (16) “Don’t Throw Your Love Away†– Searchers
03b MAR (13) “Needles And Pins†– Searchers
02a AUG (03) “Because†– Dave Clark Five
02b APR (04) “Bits And Pieces†– Dave Clark Five
01a JAN (01) “She Loves You†– Beatles
01b JAN (01) “I Want To Hold Your Hand†– Beatles
 

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Lou will feature each year of the 1960s sequentially for the next 10 Sixties Satellite Survey shows:

1960 - 02/15/14
1961 - 02/22/14
1962 - 03/01/14
1963 - 03/08/14
1964 - 03/15/14
1965 - 03/22/14
1966 - 03/29/14
1967 - 04/05/14
1968 - 04/12/14
1969 - 04/19/14
 

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Lou will feature each year of the 1960s sequentially for the next 10 Sixties Satellite Survey shows:

1960 - 02/15/14
1961 - 02/22/14
1962 - 03/01/14
1963 - 03/08/14
1964 - 03/15/14
1965 - 03/22/14
1966 - 03/29/14
1967 - 04/05/14
1968 - 04/12/14
1969 - 04/19/14
I like this... A different batch of songs every week. :bigthumbup: