Week: 10/17/66
Format: T40
                   WESO 970 - SOUTHBRIDGE, MA
                        WESO'S ROARING 20 
                    WEEK OF OCTOBER 17, 1966
    1. Dandy – Herman’s Hermits                                    
    2. Lady Godiva – Peter & Gordon                              
    3. Poor Side Of Town – Johnny Rivers                           
    4. You Are She – Chad & Jeremy                                 
    5. If I Were A Carpenter – Bobby Darin                        
    6. Little Man – Sonny & Cher                               
    7. Last Train To Clarksville – Monkees           
    8. 96 Tears – Question Mark                                    
    9. The Great Airplane Strike – Paul Revere                     
   10. Born A Woman – Sandy Posey                          
   11. Please Mr. Sun – Vogues                                    
   12. Hair On My Chinny Chin Chin – Sam The Sham           
   13. Mr. Spaceman – Byrds                                      
   14. Rain On The Roof – Lovin’ Spoonful                     
   15. Good Vibrations – Beach Boys                               
   16. Run Run Look And See – Brian Hyland                
   17. Hooray For Hazel – Tommy Roe                               
   18. Come On Up – Young Rascals                              
   19. Satisfied Mind – Bobby Hebb                            
   20. Cherish – Association                              

       Winchester Cathedral        

       Nineteen Days – Dave Clark Five           
       It Tears Me Up – Percy Sledge               
       Why Pick On Me – Standells         
       There’s Nothing Else On My Mind – Barry McGuire

       LUCKY "7" ALBUMS 
       Bus Stop – Hollies
       More I Cannot Wish You
       Black Is Black – Los Bravos
       Greatest Hits Of All Times – Gene Pitney
       The Lamp Is Low – Marilyn Maye
       Boss Goldies
       Beat That #***%/ Drum – Sandy Nelson

 NOTES: No artist is shown on the survey for the ROARING song
    "Winchester Cathedral". Several versions of this song entered
    the charts in late 1966.  The most popular was by the New Vaudeville
    Band, which will be used here. If a surrounding week's survey
    subsequently becomes available and shows a different version, 
    this will be revised.

    No artist is shown on the survey for the “More I Cannot
    Wish You” album. Should be Ed Ames.

    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 

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Monday, December 25, 2017)