WKYC 1100 AM
CLEVELAND, OHIO

Week: 07/22/66
Format: T40
               WKYC RADIO 1100 SOUND SURVEY                       
               WEEK BEGINNING JULY 22, 1966
    1. They're Coming To Take Me Away Ha Ha - Napoleon XIV         2
    2. Somewhere My Love - Ray Conniff                             1
    3. Summer In The City - Lovin' Spoonful                        4
    4. See You In September - Happenings                           5
    5. Bus Stop - Hollies                                         11
    6. Pied Piper - Crispian St. Peters                            6
    7. Wild Thing - Troggs                                         3
    8. Lil Red Riding Hood - Sam The Sham                          9
    9. Sunny - Bobby Hebb                                         10
   10. Born A Woman - Sandy Posey                                 18
   11. Sweet Pea - Tommy Roe                                      13
   12. I Saw Her Again - Mamas & Papas                            12
   13. Over Under Sideways Down - Yardbirds                       17
   14. Mother's Little Helper - Rolling Stones                    16
   15. Trains & Boats & Planes - Dionne Warwick                   --
   16. This Door Swings Both Ways - Herman's Hermits              15
   17. Couldn't Live Without Your Love - Petula Clark             22
   18. A Change Is On Its Way - Terry Knight                      --
   19. Come Share The Good Times With Me - Julie Monday           --
   20. Alfie - Cher                                               --
   21. Respectable - Outsiders                                    --
   22. Sweet Dreams - Tommy McLain                                --

       VERY IMPORTANT PREMIERES:
       Ashes To Ashes - Mindbenders
       Mr. Dieingly Sad - Critters
       My Heart's Symphony - Gary Lewis
       You Don't Have To Tell Me - Walker Bros.

 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 (Monday, July 21, 2008)




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