WORC 1310 AM
WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS

Week: 04/28/62
Format: T40
                    WORC 1310 - WORCHESTER    
                 1310 ON YOUR DIAL - 5000 WATTS
                     OFFICIAL TOP TUNES    
             WORCHESTER AREA'S TOP REQUESTED RECORDS
                 FOR WEEK ENDING APRIL 28, 1962
   TW                                                             LW
    1. The Prince – Jackie DeShannon                               1
    2. Soldier Boy – The Shirelles                                 2
    3. Conscience – James Darren                                   4
    4. Funny Way Of Laughin’ – Burl Ives                           3
    5. Moon River – Jean Thomas/G. Maharis                         6
    6. Liberty Valance – Gene Pitney                              15
    7. Lovers Who Wander – Dion                                    7
    8. Teach Me Tonight – George Maharis                           5
    9. Scotch And Soda – Kingston Trio                            13
   10. Old Rivers – Walter Brennan                                18
   11. Tell Me – Dick And Deedee                                   9
   12. King Of Clowns – Neil Sedaka                               10
   13. Stranger On The Shore – Mr. Acker Bilk                     12
   14. I Wish We Were Married – Ronnie & The Hi-Lites             14
   15. Good Luck Charm – Elvis Presley                            11
   16. P.T. 109 – Jimmy Dean                                       8
   17. So This Is Love – The Castells                             25
   18. Seven Moons – Dany Saval-Ton Tyron                         38
   19. Where Are You – Dinah Washington                           50
   20. The Part Where I Cry – Jack Scott                          20
   21. Palisades Park – Freddy Cannon                             33
   22. That’s My Desire – The Sensations                          19
   23. Let Me Be The One – The Paris Sisters                      36
   24. I Sold My Heart To The Junkman – Blue-Belles               26
   25. My Real Name – Fats Domino                                 39
   26. Everybody Loves Me But You – Brenda Lee                    16
   27. Fortune Teller – Bobby Curtola                             49
   28. To Love Someone – Ral Donner                               21
   29. Slow Twistin’ – Chubby Checker/Dee Dee Sharp               17
   30. It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’ – Johnny Tillotson             34
   31. Don’t Turn Around – The Journeymen    
   32. Why’d You Wanna Make Me Cry – Connie Stevens           
   33. Just Because – Troy Shondell
   34. Cindy’s Birthday – Johnny Crawford
   35. How Is Julie – The Lettermen 
   36. One Who Really Loves You – Mary Wells 
   37. I’m Not The Marryin’ Kind – Elvis Presley
   38. Second Hand Love – Connie Francis 
   39. The Stripper – David Rose                   
   40. Uptown – The Crystals                            
   41. After The Lites Go Down Low – George Maharis
   42. Route 66 Theme – Nelson Riddle 
   43. Adios Amigo – Jim Reeves
   44. Number One Man – Bruce Channel
   45. Twist Twist Senora – U S Bonds
   46. You Better Go Home – Bobby Goldsboro
   47. Tennessee – Jan & Dean 
   48. Village Of Love – Nathaniel Mayer
   49. America The Beautiful – The Chipmunks 
   50. Goodbye Dad – The Castle Sisters

       PICK HITS
       So Wrong – Pete Barin
       That’s Old Fashioned – Everly Brothers
       Dr. Ben Basey – Mickey Shorr & Cut-Ups  
       I Can’t Stop Loving You – Ray Charles

       RECENT TOP 30 STILL STRONG
       Mashed Potato Time – Deedee Sharp
       Twistin Matilda – Jimmie Soul
       My Friend The Sea – Petula Clark
       Young World – Rick Nelson
                                                        
       WORC ALBUM HEADLINERS OF WEEK
       Latin And Hip – Brothers Castro   
       One More Time – Eddy Arnold      

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.

       Survey courtesy of Philip Lampi.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Thursday, September 12, 2019)




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