02/17/67 — WSGN 610 AM ( Birmingham, Alabama )

TOP 40		
  For Week Ending February 17, 1967		
(Survey courtesy of Jack Wilson)	

1 CasinosThen You Can Tell Me Goodbye
2 Roscoe RobinsonDo It Right Now
3 BuckinghamsKind Of A Drag
4 Johnny RiversBaby I Need Your Lovin
5 Young RascalsI've Been Lonely Too Long
6 Freddie ScottAre You Lonely For Me
7 Buffalo SpringfieldFor What It's Worth
8 Little MiltonFeel So Bad
9 SupremesLove Is Here
10 Tommy James & The ShondellsI Think We're Alone Now
11 TurtlesHappy Together
12 Jerry ButlerI Dig You Baby
13 MonkeesI'm A Believer
14 Jimmy HughesWhy Not Tonight
15 Gaye & WestonIt Takes Two
16 Spencer Davis GroupGimme Some Lovin
17 Blues Magoos(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet
18 Billy Joe RoyalEverything Turned Blue
19 Lovin' SpoonfulDarlin' Be Home Soon
20 Jackie WilsonI Don't Want To Lose You
21 Fifth DimensionGo Where You Wanna Go
22 Neil DiamondYou Got To Me
23 Sonny & CherThe Beat Goes On
24 Wilson PickettEverybody Needs Somebody To Love
25 Mitch RyderSock It To Me Baby
26 Ed AmesMy Cup Runneth Over
27 Harpers Bizarre59th Street Bridge Song
28 Herman's HermitsThere's A Kind Of Hush
29 James & Bobby PurifyWish You Didn't Have To Go
30 James CarrThe Dark End Of The Street
31 BeatlesStrawberry Fields Forever
31 BeatlesPenny Lane
32 DonovanEpistle To Dippy
33 Peaches & HerbLet's Fall In Love
34 Sam & DaveWhen Something Is Wrong
35 Neal Ford And The FanaticsGonna Be My Girl
36 WooliesWho Do You Love
37 Rolling StonesRuby Tuesday
38 ByrdsSo You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star
39 P J ProbyNiki Hoeky
40 Mojo MenSit Down, I Think I Love You
HB Willie WestGreatest Love
HB Royal GuardsmenReturn Of The Red Baron