Music Survey: KBZY Salem, OR “Fabulous Forty Survey” Week of August 5, 1963

                          KBZY - SALEM, OREGON
                       NUMBER ONE BY EVERY SURVEY!
                          FABULOUS FORTY SURVEY
                       FOR WEEK OF AUGUST 5, 1963

    1. Fingertips Pt. II - Stevie Wonder
    2. Judy's Turn To Cry - Leslie Gore
    3. Blowin' In The Wind - Peter Paul And Mary
    4. Candy Girl - Four Seasons
    5. Easier Said Than Done - The Essex
    6. The Dreamer - Neil Sedaka
    7. Devil In Disguise - Elvis Presley
    8. I Want To Stay Here - Steve & Edie
    9. Baja - The Astronauts
   10. Willpower - The Cookies
   11. Surf City - Jan And Dean
   12. So Much In Love - The Tymes
   13. Surfin' Hootenanny - Al Casey Combo
   14. How Many Teardrops - Lou Christie
   15. Daughter - The Blenders
   16. Wipe Out - The Surfaris
   17. Summertime Nights - The Happytones
   18. Groovey Baby - Billy Abbott
   19. At The Shore - Johnny Caswell
   20. I Wonder - Brenda Lee
   21. Stones That You Throw - Dion
   22. Hey Girl - Freddie Scott
   23. I Will Love You - Richard Chamberlain
   24. Painted Tainted Rose - Al Martino
   25. Surfer Girl - Beach Boys
   26. What I Gotta Do - Little Eva
   27. More - Kai Winding
   28. Memphis - Lonnie Mack
   29. You Can Never Stop Me - Johnny Tillotson
   30. Que Sera Sera - The High Keyes
   31. My Boyfriend's Back - The Angels
   32. This Is All I Ask - Burl Ives
   33. The Lonely Surfer - Jack Nitzsche
   34. Martian Hop - The Randells
   35. Green Green - Christy Minstrels
   36. If I Had A Hammer - Trini Lopez
   37. Leave Me Alone - Baby Washington
   38. Hopeless - Andy Williams
   39. Hurts To Be Sixteen - Andres Carell
   40. Can't He Take A Hint - Kenni Woods

       Pictured DJ's:
       Dick Middleton
       John Vaughan
       Clayton Henry
       Frank Woodman
       Richard Hawk
       Tony Burke


 

NOTE: The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly as they are shown on the printed survey. Any typos, spelling errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed sheet.

From the Gary Pfeifer collection.

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