WOOF 560 AM
DOTHAN, ALABAMA

Week: 08/29/64
Format: T40
                        WOOF 560 – DOTHAN   
              THE NATION’S 42ND MOST POWERFUL STATION
                     TOP 20 SURVEY OF HIT TUNES 
                  FOR WEEK ENDING AUGUST 29, 1964  
    1. In The Misty Moonlight – Jerry Wallace                     
    2. Under The Boardwalk – Drifters                         
    3. A Hard Day’s Night – Beatles               
    4. You Never Can Tell – Chuck Berry
    5. Wishin’ & Hopin’ – Dusty Springfield 
    6. Haunted House – Gene Simmons   
    7. Maybe I Know – Leslie Gore      
    8. Selfish One – Jackie Ross                             
    9. I Should Have Known Better - Beatles   
   10. Bread ‘N Butter – New Beats                               
   11. The House Of The Rising Sun – The Animals
   12. Someday We’re Gonna Love Again – The Searchers          
   13. Maybelline – Johnny Rivers                                
   14. Clinging Vine – Bobby Vinton                               
   15. Sweet William – Millie Small                          
   16. Out Of Sight – James Brown                                
   17. Sally Was A Good Old Girl – Fats Domino               
   18. Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison             
   19. Rockin’ Robin – Rivieras                               
   20. Save It For Me – Four Seasons

       PICKED TO HIT RADIO WOOF’S TOP 20 SURVEY:
    1. Johnny B. Goode – Dion DiMuci         
    2. From A Window – Billy J. Kramer      
    3. If – Timi Yuro                                          
    4. M.G. Party – Booker T. & The M.G.’S         
    5. His Lips Get In The Way – Bernadette Castro       
    6. Follow The Rainbow – Terry Stafford               


NOTE: 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. 

     Survey courtesy of Frank Merrill.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Wednesday, July 22, 2020)




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