WFEA Manchester, N.H. 1370 5,000 Watts 24 Hours Century Broadcasting Group, Inc. "The Sound Of The Good Life In N.H." Week of September 25, 1967 TOP 13 Singles 1 Child Of Clay--Jimmie Rodgers 2 The Last Waltz--Englebert 3 Talk To The Animals--Bobby Darin 4 Lingering On--Brook Benton 5 There Is A Mountain--Donovan 6 Georgia On My Mind--John Gary 7 I Had The Craziest Dream--Astrud Gilberton 8 To Sir, With Love--Lulu 9 Bye Bye Blues--Peter Matz 10 Groovin'--Raymond LeFevre 11 The Frog--Sergio Mendes 12 One Paddle, Two Paddle--Conniff Singers 13 Summer Wind--Steve & Eydie TOP 7 ALBUMS 1 Hollywood Mon Amour--Robert Goulet 2 These Are My Songs--Petula Clark 3 A Girl For All Seasons--Gail Mynters 4 All About Love--De Angelis Singers 5 The Look Of Love--Claudine 6 Laura (What's he got?)--Brook Benton 7 Man of LaMancha--Camarata PD COMMENTS These listings are intended as a representative sample of the music that goes into "The Sound of The Good Life" and are not published as an index of sales or relative popularity. However, they are included in our play list only after careful screening Nic Howard, Mr. Midnight is gaining quite a following in the wee small. From 3 to 4 every morning Nic plays ballads. "Message Songs" he calls them, featuring the greatest artists like Chris Connor, Ruth Clay, Mel Torme and others. Nic has a fine ear for lyric and excellent taste. Jim Demetry has discovered the LUSH LIFE album by Nancy Wilson and it's love at first sight. Bill Lawrence needs a secretary to keep tract of all the things he's giving away when his listeners play "Batter up". -Dick Brown, P.D. NEW RELEASES Hawaiian Album--Ray Conniff Laura--Brook Benton Della On Strings of Blue--Della Reese For The First Time--Kim Weston Beach Samba--Astrud Gilberto I Wanted Someone To Love--Frankie Laine
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