03/29/64 — KYA 1260 AM ( San Francisco, California )

Radio KYA, 1260 on the Dial
The Official List - Top 30 Hits
For Week of March 29, 1964

11 BeatlesShe Loves You
24 BeatlesTwist And Shout
37 Louis ArmstrongHello Dolly
42 BeatlesI Want To Hold Your Hand
53 BeatlesPlease Please Me
65 Terry StaffordSuspicion
76 Beach BoysFun, Fun, Fun
817 Dave Clark FiveGlad All Over
921 BeatlesCan't Buy Me Love
1015 Tommy TuckerHi Heel Sneakers
1123 Jan and DeanDead Man's Curve
1220 Serendipity SingersCrooked Little Man
139 RivierasCalifornia Sun
148 Al HirtJava
1510 Four SeasonsDawn
1628 WailersTall Cool One
1713 Bobby VintonMy Heart Belongs To Only You
18-- BeatlesRoll Over Beethoven
1916 Betty EverettShoop Shoop Song
2026 Chuck BerryNadine
2124 Marvin GayeYou're A Wonderful One
2211 Elvis PresleyIt Hurts Me
23-- BeatlesDo You Want To Know A Secret
2430 Four SeasonsStay
2514 Bobby GoldsboroSee The Funny Little Clown
2619 TemptationsThe Things You Do
27-- Lenny WelchEbb Tide
28-- Scott EnglishHigh On A Hill
29-- The VibrationsMy Girl Sloopy
30-- Danny WilliamsWhite On White
HB RoyaltonesOur Faded Love
HB Paul Revere & RaidersLouie Go Home
HB Mary WellsMy Guy
HB Dave Clark FiveBits 'N Pieces
HB Irma ThomasWish Someone Would Care
HB The Simon SistersWinkin', Blinkin' and Nod
HB Candy Johnson ShowHound Dogartist listed as Candy Johnson Exciters on survey
HB KingsmenMoney
HB MonarchsLook Homeward Angel
HB Lesley GoreThat's The Way Boys Are
HB Chubby CheckerHey Bobba Needle
HB Sammy KayeCharade
HB Ray PetersonThe Wonder Of You
HB BeatlesAll My Lovin'
HB The FreewheelersWalk, Walk

All My Lovin' - Beatles
The Wonder Of You - Ray Peterson
Charade - Sammy Kaye
Hey Bobba Needle - Chubby Checker
That's The Way Boys Are - Lesley Gore
Look Homeward Angel - Monarchs
Money - Kingsmen
Hound Dog - Candy Johnson Exciters
Our Faded Love - Royaltones
Louie Go Home - Paul Revere & Raiders
My Guy - Mary Wells
Bits 'N Pieces - Dave Clark Five
Wish Someone Would Care - Irma Thomas
Winkin', Blinkin', & Nod - The Simon Sisters
Walk, Walk - The Freewheelers

Survey first published in the San Francisco Examiner March 29, 1964.