Music Survey: WABC New York, NY “All American Survey” Week of May 31, 1967

         WABC All American Survey for Week of 31 May 1967         

 TW                                                             LW
  1. Groovin' - The Young Rascals (Atlantic)       *4 weeks #1*  1
 *2. Respect - Aretha Franklin (Atlantic)                        3
  3. I Got Rhythm - The Happenings (B.T. Puppy)                  2
 *4. She'd Rather Be With Me - The Turtles (White Whale)         8
  5. Alfie - Dionne Warwick (Scepter)                            4
 *6. The Happening - The Supremes (Motown)                       5
  7. Sunday Will Never Be the Same - Spanky & Our Gang (Mercury)13
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 *8. Creeque Alley - The Mamas & the Papas (Dunhill)            12
  9. Somebody to Love - Jefferson Airplane (RCA)                10
 10. Release Me - Engelbert Humperdinck (Parrot)                 9
 11. All I Need - The Temptations (Gordy)                        7
 12. Girl, You?ll Be a Woman Soon - Neil Diamond (Bang)          6
 13. Portrait of My Love - The Tokens (Warner Brothers)         11
 14. Can?t Take My Eyes Off You - Frankie Valli (Philips)       16
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 15. Let?s Live For Today - The Grass Roots (Dunhill)           22
 16. Mirage - Tommy James & the Shondells (Roulette)            15
 17. Friday On My Mind - The Easybeats (United Artists)         17
 18. Happy Jack - The Who (Decca)                               20
 19. Close Your Eyes - Peaches & Herb (Date)                    --
 20. I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman - Whistling Jack Smith (Deram)  19
 21. 7 Rooms of Gloom - The Four Tops (Motown)                  18
*24. Do It Again a Little Bit Slower -                            
                             Jon & Robin & the In Crowd (Abnak) 67
 27. New York Mining Disaster 1941                                
        (Have You Seen My Wife Mr. Jones) - The Bee Gees (Atco) 27
 28. Come On Down to My Boat - Every Mother's Son (MGM)         23
 31. Six O'Clock - The Lovin' Spoonful (Kama Sutra)             24
 34. Ain?t No Mountain High Enough -                              
                            Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell (Tamla) --
 37. Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead - The Fifth Estate (Jubilee)  77
 39. Tramp - Otis & Carla (Stax)                                14
*44. Don't Sleep In the Subway - Petula Clark (Warner Brothers) HP
 50. Up-Up and Away - The 5th Dimension (Soul City)             44
*75. C'mon Marianne - The 4 Seasons (Philips)                   PH
 76. Daylight Saving Time - Keith (Mercury)                     HP
 78. You Just May Be the One - The Monkees (Colgems)            HP
     A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You -                          
                          The Monkees (Colgems) 2 weeks off survey

Hot Prospects:
     Summer and Sandy - Lesley Gore (Mercury)                     
     Little Bit o? Soul - The Music Explosion (Laurie)            
     The Airplane Song (My Airplane) -                            
                                   The Royal Guardsmen (Laurie)   

Album Cuts:
     She's Leaving Home - Beatles (Capitol)                       
     Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - Beatles (Capitol)            
     Lovely Rita - Beatles (Capitol)                              
     Getting Better - Beatles (Capitol)                           
     Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - Beatles (Capitol)    

Radio 77 Pick Hit:
     The Tracks of My Tears - Johnny Rivers (Imperial)            

*former Pick Hit

All American of the Week:
     Bruce Morrow -  7:20 PM - 11:00 PM, Monday - Friday
                     7:00 PM - Midnight, Saturday

SPECIAL NOTES: "You Just May Be the One" by the Monkees appears 
as #78 this week. In fact, this record was never released as a 
single, but was released instead as a promotional EP. The song 
appeared later in the year on the "Headquarters" album.

Although "A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" had fallen off the 
survey within the last two weeks, it was played, now as an 
"oldie."  WABC usually had a six month window between the time a 
song falls off the playlist until it would resurface as an oldie, 
but a handful of recent drops are beginning to be placed in an 
oldies rotation. This new category of oldies would become known 
as ?New Gold? by early 1968.

The album cuts are from the Beatles LP,"Sgt.Pepper's Lonely 
Hearts Club Band."

This survey actually made its debut on Wednesday, 31 May 1967, a 
day later than usual. "The Tracks of My Tears" by Johnny Rivers 
was not shown on the printed survey, probably because the survey 
information was sent to the printer before a Pick Hit was chosen.


NOTE: 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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