KNOW 1490 AM
AUSTIN, TEXAS

Week: 08/13/61
Format: T40
                           KNOW – AUSTIN             
                         1490 ON ANY DIAL   
                      WEEK OF AUGUST 13, 1961
    1. Wooden Heart – Joe Dowell
    2. Michael – The Highwaymen
    3. School Is Out – U.S. Bonds
    4. I Like It Like That – Chris Kenner
    5. You Don’t Know What You’ve Got – Ral Donner
    6. Let’s Twist Again – Chubby Checker
    7. Don’t Bet Money Honey – Linda Scott
    8. Tossin’ And Turnin’ – Bobby Lewis
    9. Let The Four Winds Blow – Fats Domino
   10. Dum Dum – Brenda Lee
   11. Pretty Little Angel Eyes – Curtiss Lee
   12. Hurt – Timi Yuro
   13. Last Night – Markeys
   14. I Fall To Pieces – Patsy Cline
   15. Together – Connie Francis
   16. A Thing Of The Past – Shirelles
   17. Bobby – Neil Scott
   18. A Tear – Gene McDaniels
   19. Amor – Ben E. King
   20. The Mountain’s High – Dick And Dee Dee
   21. As If I Didn’t Know – Adam Wade
   22. I’m A Telling You – Jerry Butler
   23. Take Good Care Of My Baby – Bobby Vee
   24. I’ll Never Smile Again – Platters
   25. Never On Sunday – Chordettes
   26. Hillbilly Heaven – Tex Ritter
   27. The Fish – Bobby Rydel
   28. What A Sweet Thing That Was – Shirelles
   29. I Just Don’t Understand – Ann Margaret
   30. That’s What Girls Are Made For – Spinners
   31. Lonely Street – Clarence Henry
   32. Let Me Belong To You – Brian Hyland
   33. I’ll Be There – Damita Jo
   34. Sometime – Gene Thomas
   35. Every Breath I Take – Gene Pitney
   36. Love Has Finally Come My Way – Faron Young
   37. Sea Of Heartbreak – Don Gibson
   38. One Summer Night – Diamonds
   39. Without You – Johnny Tillotson
   40. It’s Your World – Marty Robbins

       K-NOW PICK HIT OF THE WEEK
       You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby – Bobby Darin
       
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 (Thursday, December 31, 2015)




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