KIMN 950 AM
DENVER, COLORADO

Week: 09/27/59
Format: T40
                        KIMN - DENVER           
                        950'S TOP 50                  
                  WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 27, 1959         
   TW                                                             LW
    1. Seven Little Girls – Paul Evans                            13
    1. Mr. Blue – Fleetwoods                                      45
    2. Battle Hymn – Mormon Tab. Choir                             7
    3. Say Man – Bo Diddley                                       10
    4. Our Summer Romance – Dean Reed                              9
    5. Shout – Isley Brothers                                     36
    6. Danny Boy – Conway Twitty                                  44
    7. Teen Beat – Sandy Nelson                                    1
    8. Tucumcari – Jimmie Rodgers                                 30
    9. Love Potion No. 9 – The Clovers                            15
   10. A Worried Man – Kingston Trio                              40
   11. Living Doll – Cliff Richards                                5
   12. Mack The Knife – Bobby Darin                                2
   13. Ski-King – E.C. Beatty                                     21
   14. Come And Get Me – Fabian                                    8
   15. Mary Lou – Ronnie Hawkins                                   6
   16. Just Ask Your Heart – Frankie Avalon                       14
   17. Boogie Bear – Boyd Bennett                                  3
   18. Joey’s Song – Bill Haley                                   39
   19. You Better Know It – Jackie Wilson                          4
   20. The Battle Of Kookamonga – Homer & Jethro                  11
   21. Makin’ Love – Floyd Robinson                               19
   22. Somethin’ Else – Eddie Cochran                             16
   23. Come And Get It – Ray Peterson                             27
   24. Put Your Head On My Shoulder – P. Anka                     17
   25. Poison Ivy – Coasters                                      20
   26. Primrose Lane – Jerry Wallace                              18
   27. Hey Little Girl – Dee Clark                                24
   28. Okefenokee – Freddie Cannon                                22
   29. In The Mood – Ernie Fields                                 --
   30. I’m Gonna Get Married – Lloyd Price                        12
   31. Sleep Walk – Santo & Johnny                                25
   32. You Were Mine – Fireflies                                  34
   33. Morgen – Ivo Robic                                         28
   34. The Angels Listened In – The Crests                        26
   35. ‘Til I Kissed You – The Everly Bros.                       23
   36. Porgy – Nina Simone                                        32
   37. Torquay – Fireballs                                        --
   38. Don’t You Know – Della Reese                               49
   39. Some Kind A Earthquake – Duane Eddy                        --
   40. You’re Gonna Miss Me – Connie Francis                      42
   41. Lonely Street – Andy Williams                              --
   42. Tango Bongo – Monte Kelley                                 47
   43. Chickee Run – Homer Dennison Jr.                           40
   44. I Ain’t Never – Webb Pierce                                41
   45. Heartaches By The Number – Guy Mitchell                    50
   46. Boo Boo Stick Beat – Chet Atkins                           --
   47. Midnight Flyer – Nat “King” Cole                           37
   48. Woo-Hoo – Rock-A-Teens                                     --
   49. If I Had A Girl – Jerry Keller                             --
   50. Road Hog – Johnny Lorro                                    --

       KIMN FIVE STAR PICK HIT OF THE WEEK
       It Happened Today - Skyliners

       KIMN BOMB OF THE WEEK
       Lookout For The Clothesline – Bob Callaway

       KIMN PICK ALBUM 
       “Ronnie Hawkins”                            

       KIMN TOP ALBUMS
    1. Kingston Trio At Large – Kingston Trio
    2. South Pacific  
    3. More Johnny’s Greatest Hits – Johnny Mathis
    4. From The Hungry I – Kingston Trio            
    5. James Darren                                      

       SENSATIONAL SIX HIT PARADERS
       "Rolls" Royce Johnson 
       Grahame "Crackers" Edwards 
       Roy The Bell Boy 
       Frankenstein
       Glenn “Bell’s-A-Poppin”
       Pogo Poge

 NOTES: There is a tie for the No. 1 song.

    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 (Friday, June 9, 2017)




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