Music Survey: KRLA Los Angeles, CA “Tunedex” Week of October 20-27, 1961

KRLA Tunedex Record Survey
For the week of October 20 to 27, 1961


    TW    LW
     1.    1.  RUNAROUND SUE- DION
     2.    2.  Bristol Stomp- The Dovells
     3.    3.  Big Bad John- Jimmy Dean
     4.    5.  Sometime- Gene Thomas
     5.    4.  Let's Get Together- Hayley Mills
     6.    8.  Please Mr. Postman- The Marvelettes
     7.    7.  This Time- Troy Shondell 
     8.    6.  Candy Man/Crying- Roy Orbison
     9.   17.  Goodbye Cruel World- James Darren
    10.   26.  It Will Stand- The Showmen
    11.   12.  My Girl- Charles McCullough
    12.   10.  I Really Love You- The Stereos
    13.   15.  I Understand (Just How You Feel)- The G-Clefs
    14.   27.  Language of Love- John D. Loudermilk
    15.    9.  Hit The Road Jack- Ray Charles
    16.   14.  Tower of Strength- Gene McDaniel
    17.   11.  Look In My Eyes- The Chantels
    18.   19.  A Wonder Like You/Everlovin'- Ricky Nelson
    19.   24.  Fool #1- Brenda Lee
    20.   29.  Trade Winds, Trade Winds- Ali Aleong
    21.   28.  My Special Boy- Carol Connors
    22.   18.  The Way You Look Tonight- The Lettermen
    23.   25.  The Fly- Chubby Checker
    24.   30.  Under the Moon of Love- Curtis Lee
    25.   31.  Pocketful of Rainbows- Deane Hawley
    26.   44.  Funny How Time Slips Away- Jimmy Elledge
    27.   45.  Crazy- Patsy Cline
    28.   37.  I Cried My Last Tear- Ernie K-Doe
    29.   55.  Moon Rvier- Henry Mancini
    30.   34.  Heartaches- The Marcels 

      KRLA WAX TO WATCH

      1.  Tonight- Ferrante & Teicher
      2.  I Wanna Thank You- Bobby Rydell
      3.  Up A Lazy River- Si Zentner 
      4.  I Wonder- The Pentagons


      Pick to Click-- TAKE IT LIKE IT COMES... Jimmy Jules...Atlantic 




NOTES: This is a text-only music 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. Some formatting and modifying may have been done to allow survey to display properly on the blog and improve searching ability.

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