04/00/67 — KCOH 1430 AM ( Houston, Texas )

KCOH  / 1430 / HOUSTON
TOP 14 & 30

1 Aretha FranklinDo Right Woman
2 O.V. WrightEight Men And Four Women
3 Martha & The VandellasJimmy Mack
4 Sam And DaveWhen Something Is Wrong With My Baby
5 Gene ChandlerGirl Don't Care
6 Arthur ConleySweet Soul Music
7 Inez And Charlie FoxxBaby Take It All
8 Bobby BlandYou're All I Need
9 Peaches And HerbLet's Fall In Love
10 The ImpressionsYou Always Hurt Me
11 Joe TexShow Me
12 Ray CharlesSomething Inside Me
13 Z.Z. HillThe Greatest Love
14 James Brown And Vicki AndersonThink
15 Brenton WoodOogum Boogum Song
16 The SupremesThe Happening
17 Jeanette WilliamsMr. Soft Touch
18 Clarence GreenI'm Wondering
19 Ben E. KingTears, Tears, Tears
20 Four TopsBernadette
21 Johnnie TaylorAin't That Loving You
22 Lowell FulsomMake A Little Love
23 Lou CourtneyThe Thing
24 FestivalI'll Always Love You
25 Bo DiddleyOh Baby
26 Deon JacksonWhen Your Love Has Gone
27 Jimmy HolidayGive Me Your Love
28 The ArtisticsGirl I Need You
29 Gladys KnightTake Me In Your Arms
30 Mighty SamTalk To Me
31 Darrell BanksHere Come The Tears
32 Joe WilliamsEvil Man Blues
33 Willie ParkerSalute To Lovers
34 Shirley EllisSoul Time
35 Booker T. & The MG'sHip Hug Her
36 Carla ThomasWhen Tomorrow Comes
37 Sunny And The SunlinersPractical GuyLabel: Key Loc 1005
38 Jr. WalkerPucker Up Buttercup
39 Lenny WelchRight To Cry
40 Cannonball AdderleyWhy Why Why
41 James PhelpsDon't Be A Cry Baby
42 Brook BentonAll My Love Belongs To YouLabel: RCA VIctor 47-9096
43 Howard TateGlad I Knew Better
44 Lukas LollipopDon't Hold On To Someone
PH Young Holt TrioWack Wack
PH Ivory Joe HunterDon't You Believe Him

NOTE: This scan did not contain the survey's date. 
The month is a guess based on the positions
of the top songs seen on other charts.

 Although listed as the Pick Album, no evidence can be found of the existance of
an Ivory Joe Hunter album entitled 'Don't You Believe Him'.  A single of this
title was released in the same time period; however, on the Veep label which is 
indicated on the survey.  Survey appears to be in error that this was an album.