WRIT 1340 AM
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN

Week: 02/20/66
Format: T40
               WRIT RADIO MILWAUKEE 1340AM 102.9FM
                   SILVER DOLLAR MUSIC SURVEY
            Effective For The Week Of February 20, 1966   
    1. Lightning Strikes - Lou Christie                            2
    2. These Boots Are Made For Walking - Nancy Sinatra            3
    3. The Ballad Of The Green Berets - Ssgt. Barry Sadler        15
    4. I Confess - New Colony Six                                  6
    5. My Love - Petula Clark                                      1
    6. My World Is Empty Without You - Supremes                    4
    7. Listen People - Herman's Hermits                           17
    8. California Dreaming - Mama's & Papa's                      24
    9. Call Me - Chris Montez                                     14
   10. I Fought The Law - Bobby Fuller Four                       18
   11. Zorba The Greek - Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass               9
   12. I See The Light - Five Americans                           11
   13. Michelle - David & Jonathan                                 8
   14. Breaking Up Is Breaking My Heart - Roy Orbison             16
   15. What Now My Love - Sonny & Cher                            21
   16. At The Scene - Dave Clark Five                             22
   17. Just Like Me - Paul Revere & The Raiders                    7
   18. Long Live Our Love - Shangri-Las                           23
   19. We Can Work It Out/Day Tripper - Beatles                    5
   20. Barbara Ann - Beach Boys                                   10
   21. Working My Way Back To You - Four Seasons                  20
   22. Lies - Knickerbockers                                      12
   23. Husbands And Wives - Roger Miller                          33
   24. Andrea - Sunrays                                           26
   25. Take Me For What I'm Worth - Searchers                     27
   26. When Liking Turns To Loving - Ronnie Dove                  13
   27. Night Time - Strangeloves                                  29
   28. Woman - Peter & Gordon                                     35
   29. Crying Time - Ray Charles                                  34 
   30. Elusive Butterfly - Bob Lind                               38
   31. The Cheater - Bob Kuben & The In Men                       39
   32. Batman Theme - Neil Hefti/Markettes                        --
   33. No Matter What Shape Your Stomach's In - T-Bones           19
   34. It Won't Be Wrong - The Byrds                              36
   35. Hello Enemy - Johnny Tillotson                             37
   36. Somewhere There's A Someone - Dean Martin                  --
   37. I Want To Go With You - Eddy Arnold                        40
   38. The One On The Right Is On The Left - Johnny Cash          --
   39. Magic Town - Vogues                                        --
   40. Homeward Bound - Simon & Garfunkle                         --

       W-RIT DISC-COVERIES
       Lullabye Of Love - Poppies
       19th Nervous Breakdown - Rolling Stones
       Don't Wait Up For Me Mama - Billy Joe Royal
       My Darling Hildegarde - Statler Bros.
       Why Can't You Bring Me Home - Jay & Americans
       Daydream - Lovin' Spoonfull
       Come In My Love (Come Out Of The Rain) - The Ricochettes

       SPOTLIGHT ALBUMS
       Ballads Of The Green Berets - Ssgt. Barry Sadler        
       A-Tom-Ic Jones - Tom Jones
       Jealous Heart - Connie Francis
       The Movie Song Album - Tony Bennett
       Music-A Part Of Me - David McCallum

       THE SEVEN GOOD GUYS ON WRIT:
       Lee Rothman  6am - 9am
       Eddie Doucette  9am - noon
       Jack Gallo   Noon - 3pm
       Bob Branson  3pm - 6pm
       King Zbornik  6pm - 10pm
       Tex Meyer  10pm - 1am
       Chuck Bailey 1am - 6am

   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. 

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Saturday, September 11, 2004)




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