Music Survey: KQEO Albuquerque, NM “Million Dollar Survey” Week of October 22, 1966

                        KQEO ALBUQUERQUE - MUSIC 92
                        KQEO MILLION DOLLAR SURVEY
                          HOME OF THE GOOD GUYS
                     FOR THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 22, 1966

   TW                                                             LW
    1. 96 Tears - ? & The Mysterians                               1
    2. Hooray For Hazel - Tommy Roe                                9
    3. Cherish - Association                                       2
    4. I Can Make It With You Baby - The Pozo-Seco Singers         8
    5. I Know What I Want - Charms                                 3
    6. Last Train To Clarksville - Monkees                         5
    7. If I Were A Carpenter - Bobby Darin                        11
    8. Devil With A Blue Dress On - Mitch Ryder                   --
    9. Mr. Dieingly Sad - Critters                                 4
   10. You Can't Hurry Love - Supremes                            15
   11. Go Away Little Girl - Happenings                           --
   12. Walkaway Renee - Left Banke                                17
   13. Poor Side Of Town - Johnny Rivers                           6
   14. Dandy - Herman's Hermits                                   20
   15. Reach Out - 4 Tops                                         13
   16. See See Rider - Eric Burdon & The Animals                  10
   17. The Hair On My Chinny Chin Chin - Sam The Sham             19
   18. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby - Rolling Stones           --
   19. Great Airplane Strike - Paul Revere                        --
   20. Paint Me A Picture - Gary Lewis                            --

       MILLION DOLLAR PICK HIT
       Time After Time - Chris Montez

       KQEO LOCAL SPOTLIGHT
       I Can Read Between The Lines - The Czars


 

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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