04/05/64 — KYA 1260 AM ( San Francisco, California )

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The Official List - Top 30 Hits
For Week of April 5, 1964

12 BeatlesTwist And Shout
23 Louis ArmstrongHello Dolly
31 BeatlesShe Loves You
49 BeatlesCan't Buy Me Love
58 Dave Clark FiveGlad All Over
64 BeatlesI Want To Hold Your Hand
75 BeatlesPlease Please Me
87 Beach BoysFun, Fun, Fun
911 Jan and DeanDead Man's Curve
106 Terry StaffordSuspicion
1118 BeatlesRoll Over Beethoven
1216 WailersTall Cool One
1323 BeatlesDo You Want To Know A Secret
1412 Serendipity SingersCrooked Little Man
1514 Al HirtJava
1620 Chuck BerryNadine
1710 Tommy TuckerHi Heel Sneakers
1829 VibrationsMy Girl Sloopy
1924 Four SeasonsStay
2030 Danny WilliamsWhite On White
21-- Mary WellsMy Guy
22-- Dave Clark FiveBits 'N Pieces
2326 TemptationsThe Things You Do
2421 Marvin GayeYou're A Wonderful One
2527 Lenny WelchEbb Tide
2628 Scott EnglishHigh On A Hill
27-- Lesley GoreThat's The Way Boys Are
28-- BeatlesAll My Lovin'
29-- Irma ThomasWish Someone Would Care
30-- MonarchsLook Homeward Angel
HB ReflectionsRomeo & Juliet
HB Billy J. KramerLittle Children
HB New Christy MinstrelsToday
HB Andy WilliamsWrong For Each Other
HB Village StompersFrom Russia With Love
HB Lucille StarrFrench Song
HB Simon SistersWinkin', Blinkin' and Nod
HB Four SeasonsRonnie
HB Jim ReevesWelcome To My World
HB Paul Revere & RaidersLouie Go Home
HB RoyaltonesOur Faded Love
HB Candy Johnson ShowHound Dogartist listed as Candy Johnson Exciters on survey
HB KingsmenMoney
HB Ray PetersonThe Wonder Of You
HB Vic DanaShangri-La

The Wonder Of You - Ray Peterson
Money - Kingsmen
Hound Dog - Candy Johnson Exciters
Our Faded Love - Royaltones
Louie Go Home - Paul Revere & Raiders
Welcome To My World - Jim Reeves
Ronnie - Four Seasons
Winkin', Blinkin' & Nod - Simon Sisters
Romeo & Juliet - Reflections
Little Children - Billy J. Kramer
Today - New Christy Minstrels
Wrong For Each Other - Andy Williams
From Russia With Love - Village Stompers
French Song - Lucille Starr
Shangri-La - Vic Dana

Survey first published in the San Francisco Examiner April 5, 1964.