WFLI 1070 AM
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE

Week: 04/01/67
Format: T40
                 WFLI 1070 - LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TN
                          TOP 20 SURVEY     
                          FLI-ING TWENTY
                    WEEK ENDING APRIL 1, 1967  
   TW                                                             LW
    1. She – The Monkees                                           1
    2. The Monkees – The Monkees                                   3
    3. I’m A Believer – The Monkees                                2
    4. Wonderful Wino – George Carlin                              9
    5. A Little Bit Me – The Monkees                              17
    6. Return Of The Red Baron – The Royal Guardsmen               6
    7. I Think We’re Alone Now – Tommy James                       4
    8. Ups And Downs – Paul Revere & The Raiders                   5
    9. There’s A Kind Of Hush – Herman’s Hermits                   7
   10. Sock It To Me Baby – Mitch Ryder                           10
   11. Penny Lane – The Beatles                                   12
   12. Snoopy Vs The Red Baron – The Royal Guardsmen               8
   13. Happy Together – The Turtles                               13
   14. Stepping Stone – The Monkees                               11
   15. Western Union – The Five Americans                         20
   16. Something Stupid – Frank & Nancy Sinatra                   --
   17. Dedicated To The One I Love – Mammas & Poppas              --
   18. The Beat Goes On – Sonny & Cher                            --
   19. Baby, I Need Your Lovin’ – Johnny River                    --
   20. What A Woman In Love Won’t Do – Sandy Posey                --

       CHART BUSTERS   
    1. I’m A Man – Spencer Davis
    2. Can’t Get Enough Of You Baby - ? & The Mysterians
    3. Love Eyes – Nancy Sinatra

       Pictured: Barry Jay      

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 Chris Stinson.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Tuesday, September 18, 2018)




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