KFJZ 1270 AM
FORT WORTH, TEXAS

Week: 05/18/63
Format: T40
                      KFJZ - FORT WORTH
                          TOP SIXTY       
                     WEEK OF MAY 18, 1963 
    1. Shutdown – Beach Boys
    2. Still – Bill Anderson 
    3. I Love You Because – Al Martino 
    4. Da Doo Ron Ron – The Crystals 
    5. If You Wanna Be Happy – Jimmy Soul                         
    6. Two Faces Have I – Lou Christie 
    7. You Can’t Sit Down – Dovells 
    8. Another Saturday Night – Sam Cooke 
    9. Let’s Go Steady Again – Neil Sedaka 
   10. Losing You – Brenda Lee                                    
   11. Reverend Mr. Black – Kingston Trio 
   12. This Little Girl – Dion 
   13. Ain’t That A Shame – Four Seasons 
   14. Eighteen Yellow Roses – Bobby Darin 
   15. Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days Of Summer – Nat King Cole    
   16. Take These Chains From My Heart – Ray Charles
   17. El Watusi – Ray Baretto
   18. Hot Pastrami – Dartells
   19. It’s My Party – Lesley Gore 
   20. Killer Joe – The Rockey Fellers 
   21. Very Few Heartaches – Jack And Jill 
   22. Foolish Little Girl - Shirelles                            
   23. Blue On Blue – Bobby Vinton 
   24. Come And Get These Memories – Martha & The Vandellas 
   25. The Love Of My Man – Theola Kilgore             
   26. The Good Life – Tony Bennett 
   27. Mecca – Gene Pitney
   28. Pipeline – Chantays                                        
   29. I Will Follow Him – Little Peggy March 
   30. Shame Shame Shame – Jimmy Reed 
   31. Prisoner Of Love – James Brown 
   32. Swinging On A Star – Big Dee Irwin 
   33. Gypsy Woman/Flip – Rick Nelson 
   34. Robot – The Tornadoes  
   35. The Boy I’m Gonna Marry – Darlene Love                     
   36. Charm/Flip – Bobby Vee                                     
   37. Somebody Else On Your Mind – Skeeter Davis 
   38. Baby Workout – Jackie Wilson                               
   39. Old Smokey Locomotion – Little Eva 
   40. A Stranger In Your Town – Shackelfords 
   41. The Bird’s The Word – The Rivingtons 
   42. Pride And Joy – Marvin Gaye 
   43. Wildwood Days – Bobby Rydell
   44. Gravy Waltz – Steve Allen 
   45. If My Pillow Could Talk – Connie Francis 
   46. Summer’s Commin’ – Kirby St. Romain 
   47. My Summer Love – Ruby And Romantics 
   48. Birdland – Chubby Checker 
   49. Don’t Make My Baby Blue – Frankie Lane 
   50. House Of End Of The Road – Hank Price 3rd 
   51. Hello Stranger – Barbara Lewis 
   52. I’m Movin’ On – Matt Lucas            
   53. Puff – Peter, Paul & Mary                                   
   54. Your Old Stand By – Mary Wells 
   55. Hot Pastrami & Mashed Potatoes – Joey Dee 
   56. Tom Cat – Rooftop Singers                                  
   57. Do It Rat Now – Bill Black 
   58. Shake A Hand – Jackie Wilson & Linda Hopkins 
   59. First Quarrel – Paul & Paula
   60. Poor Little Rich Girl – Steve Lawrence

       KING Z KLIMBERS
    1. Every Step Of The Way – Johnny Mathis
    2. Don’t Try To Tight It Baby – Edie Gorme
    3. It’s Been Nice – Everly Brothers
    4. Give Us Your Blessing – Ray Petersen 
    5. Tips Of My Fingers – Roy Clark     
    6. There Goes My Meart Again – Fats Domino 
    7. So Much In Love – Thymes
    8. Easier Said Than Done – Essex
    9. One Fine Day – Chiffons
   10. Here Comes Raggedy Ann – Allen Reynolds

       KING Z INSTRUMENTALS
    1. Jack The Ripper – Link Ray
    2. Kentucky – Bob Moore            
    3. You Name It – Sandy Nelson 
    4. Lonely Boy, Lonely Guitar 
    5. How About It – Big Bo
    6. Orange Blossom Special – The Spotnicks
    7. Hot Cakes – Dave Cortez 
    8. The Young Years – Floyd Cramer 
    9. Willie And The Hand Jive – Jerry Kennedy
   10. Hobo Flats – Jimmy Smith

       AROUND THE CORNER
    1. I Only Have Eyes For You – The Frontiers
    2. Jailer Bring Me Water – Johnny Thunder
    3. Memphis – Lonnie Mack
    4. Say Wonderful Things – Ronnie Carroll
    5. The Bounce – The Olympics
    6. That’s How Heartaches Are Made – Baby Washington
    7. Goodnight Hy Love – Fleetwoods
    8. Mexican Market Day – Ray Anthony
    9. Suzie – Sue Thompson
   10. These Arms Of Mine – Otis Redding


NOTES: No artist is shown on the survey for the #4 Instrumental. 
    Should be Duane Eddy. 

    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 Al Galek.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Friday, June 26, 2015)




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