Music Survey: KMPC Los Angeles, CA June 6, 1968

710 KMPC
The World's Friendliest Radio Station
GWB, 5858 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, Cal. 90028

Listed below are the albums currently being heard on KMPC Radio.
No attempt has been made to place the albums in an order of 
reference or popularity.

Goin' Out Of My Head- Lettermen  Capitol
Love Sounds- Love Strings of Mort Garson  Liberty
Wichita Train Whistle Sings- Mike Nesmith Presents  Dot
Trust In Me- Soul Flutes  A&M
The Book Ends- Simon and Garfunkel  Columbia
Look Around- Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66  A&M
Herb Alpert Presents Pete Jolly  A&M
Mason Williams Phonograph Record  Warner Bros.
Housing Project- Johnny Hartford  RCA Victor
Stan Kenton Conducts- Stan Kenton  Capitol
Down Here On the Ground- Wes Montgomery  A&M
Have You Met Miss Jones- Artie Butler  A&M
Santa Monica Pier- Noel Harrison  Reprise
There's a Whole Lalo Schifrin Goin' On- Lalo Schifrin  Dot
Beat of the Brass- Herb Alpert and the TJB  A&M
A Generation of Love- Love Generation  Imperial
Mauriat Magic- Paul Mauriat  Philips
Knights on Broadway- King Richard's Fluegel Knights  MTA
Hit Trip- Charlie Byrd  Columbia
Valley of the Dolls- Dionne Warwick  Scepter
Solar Heat- Cal Tjader  Skye
A Place In the Sun- Glen Campbell  Capitol
And We Got Love- Horst Jankowski  Philips
Today is Tomorrow- Four Freshmen  Liberty
It's Time for Regis- Regis Philbin  Mercury
Sounds- Anita Kerr Singers  Warner Bros.
Honey- Andy Williams  Columbia
By the Time I Get to Phoenix- Marty Robbins  Columbia
Feliciano- Jose Feliciano  RCA
Scarborough Fair- Andre Kostelanetz  Columbia
Master Jack- 4 Jacks and a Jill  RCA Victor
MacArthur Park- Ray Charles Singers  Command
Birthday- Association  Warner Brothers
Page 1- Gene Page  Vance
Kee-Ka-Roo- Walter Wanderley  Verve
Out of Different Bags- Marlena Shaw  Cadet
Going Places- John Davidson  Columbia
Like to Get to Know You- Spanky and Our Gang  Mercury
Gogi Grant- Gogi Grant     Pete

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Serenade to a Soul Sister- The Horace Silver Quintet
featuring Stanley Turrentine  Blue Note
Of Horses, Kids and Forgotten Women- Hearts and Flowers Capitol
Friends- The Beach Boys    Capitol
Soft Hawaiian Guitars- Favorite Instrumentals of the Islands  
Cherry People- Cherry People      Heritage
More Original Golden Greats- Various Artists  Liberty
2001: A Space Odyssey- Soundtrack  MGM
Warm Rain- The Romantic Strings of Raymond Scott  Sunset

NOTES: KMPC surveys are impossibly rare. As far as we have been able to determine, KMPC surveys were only printed in the Survey of Hits, a compendium of L.A. charts from different types of radio stations. Here’s one that is from the June 8, 1968 Survey of Hits. The survey itself is not dated.

This is a text-only survey. 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.

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