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Jun 27, 15 WJLB Detroit RE: 1972-03-27 / WJLB ( Detroit, Michigan ) Gary Pfeifer
  The Hitbounds have been added, Geno! Thanks.
Jun 27, 15 WJLB Detroit 1972-03-27 / WJLB ( Detroit, Michigan ) Geno Rice
Gary and Tim,

Please add the following hitbounds to this chart.

Come Back ... Jones Girls (Music Merchant)
I've Been Lonely So Long ... Frederick Knight (Stax)
I'll Take Your There ... Staple Singers (Stax)
First Time I Saw Your Face ... Roberta Flack (Atlantic)
Hot Fun In The Summertime ... David T. Walker (Ode)

Jun 24, 15 WFIL Philadelphia RE: 1967-03-06 / WFIL ( Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ) Gary Pfeifer
  Done!  Thanks for catching that, Geno!
Jun 24, 15 WFIL Philadelphia 1967-03-06 / WFIL ( Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ) Geno Rice
Hi Gary,

The #3 Supremes song title needs to be corrected to "Love Is Here" as it's shown on
the original survey.
Jun 20, 15 RE2: Unidentified Recordings, Part 2 K.A. Scott
Hi Geno....

  Pretty sure you're right about "Bohannon's Beat"!  I'll give it a week or so,
just in case anyone comes up with something else, but if not, I'll make the


  - Kenn.
Jun 18, 15 KLIV San Jose 1965-06-12 / KLIV ( San Jose, California ) J. A. Theroux

There are a number of KLIV surveys where Paul Revere & The Raiders' version of
Louie, Louie is being misdirected to Louie-Go Home, specifically 1/4/64, 1/18/64,
7/17/65, 7/24/65, 7/31/65 and this one I just posted.  I remember this being a
problem with matching title with release year and this particular title had a
second life in the bay area two years after its initial run in 1963.  I think this
happened on some 1965 KEWB surveys I posted as well.

Thanks again,
Jun 17, 15 KFRC San Francisco RE: 1971-08-02 / KFRC ( San Francisco, California ) Tim Warden
Done... thanks!
Jun 17, 15 KFRC San Francisco 1971-08-02 / KFRC ( San Francisco, California ) J. A. Theroux
Gary or Tim,

Can you please add the following goodies to this survey that I did not have
available to me until now:

"Every Picture Tells A Story" - Rod Stewart

Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down - Joan Baez
I Woke Up In Love This Morning - The Partridge Family

1. Tapestry - Carole King
2. What's Going On - Marvin Gaye
3. Ram - Paul & Linda McCartney

Thanks a bunch,
Jun 17, 15 RE: Unidentified Recordings, Part 2 Geno Rice
Hello Everyone,

The 1975 song "Bohannon Speaks" is most likely "Bohannon's Beat" Dakar 4551. The
weird thing is that his autobiography is titled Bohannon Speaks, but it was
produced many, many years later! (Cue Twilight Zone music)...
Jun 16, 15 Unidentified Recordings, Part 2 K.A. Scott
As promised, here is the next installment of "Unidentified Recordings"!  

1964	 The Bugs	--	And I'll Send It Along
1965	 Jody Daniel	--	Love Checked Out Today
1965	 The Uniques	--	Too Soon To Know
1966	 The Illusions	--	How Can I Tell Her
1966	 Billy Preston	--	Mercy
1967	 Billy and Ray	--	Your Lovin'
1967	 Willie Hutch	--	Baby Come Home
1967	 Sherry Hamilton--	You Are
1970	 Brenda Duff	--	Branded
1971	 Bernie Brown	--	Know Me
1972	 The Shoemakers	--	Mississippi Lady
1972	 J. Perkins	--	Baby's Love
1972	 Al Kooper	--	Love You More Than You'll Ever Know
1972	 The Strangers	--	For Sweet Marie
1973	 Don Grassin	--	I Am Man
1973	 Liberty Street	--	Free People
1975	 Bohannon	--	Bohannon Speaks

As before, some of these entries may be straight-up mistakes made by the original
compilers of the printed surveys.  Other entries may have been tapes or acetates
given to local stations that were never released commercially as records. 
Occasionally, we can find a later compilation appearance of one of these songs,
not an original release that lines up with the survey date.  Still other entries
may be jokes or spoofs. 

Nevertheless, were also certain that many of these are legit records that
just havent shown up yet in any discographies or collections that we have access
to.  So if you've got any info about these records (or even reasonable guesses),
post it here and help us solve some mysteries!
Jun 14, 15 KSTT K.A. Scott
Hi Geno...

  The KSTT survey is way down in my queue...if you want to input it right now, go
for it!


  - Kenn.

Jun 13, 15 RE: Esther Phillips Geno Rice
Hi Kenn,

If you decide it's a close enough match, the U.S. catalog number is Atlantic
‎ 45-2304. 

Also, I still have in my "TO DO" folder, that KSTT survey from January you found on
face book. Are you going to input that or shall I?

Thanks, Geno
Jun 12, 15 Esther Phillips K.A. Scott
Hi Geno...

  It's definitely plausible, and Tim, Gary and I have discussed it and are about
90% convinced.  But the two titles only share one word, and the catalogue number is
still way off.  So we just haven't reached that point of *absolute* certainty

  Well definitely be keeping an eye on this one though!

  Incidentally, we'll be introducing a few more "Unidentified Recordings" here
early next this space!


  - Kenn. 
Jun 1, 15 RE9: The phantom singles! Esther Phillips "Don't You Know" Geno Rice
I hope I've figured this one out. I think they meant:

Esther Phillips ‎ "Let Me Know When It's Over" 
Label: Atlantic ‎ AT. 4048 
Country: UK  
Released: 15 Oct 1965.

The KBAT survey has the wrong title and label number, but with the shared word
"Know" and with the timing, it seems to fit.

~ Geno

May 30, 15 RE: Radio Surveys - Wrong K.A. Scott

Thanks for the kind words, Mike -- it's always great to hear from site users. 
Thanks, too, for taking the time to point out the error!  We try to get everything
right, but little glitches will pop up now and then...if you do come across any
others, this is exactly the way to deal with them.  

Just curious...what surveys do you have in your collection?


- Kenn.
May 29, 15 Radio Surveys - Wrong "Carter" and Wrong Year (1966/1967) Mike Gallant
I soooo love this website.  I wanted to create something like this online yeeeears
ago (I too have a good number of old 1960s radio surveys).  Fantastic Job!!! Just a
FYI, I went to search radio markets where Anita Carter was played on a small handful
of pop/Top 40/"rock" radio stations back in the 1960s. I know that her country hit
"I DON'T NEED YOU ANYMORE" made some small rumbles on Top 40 stations in The South
however, upon searching the database here, I see that this particular 1967 hit song
has been accidentally linked to a couple of R&B crooner, Mel Carter hits on the air
in 1966 (WKLO-Louisville-KY and WKGN-Knoxville-TN).  Wrong Carter and wrong year. 
Just a small typo that I think you need to be aware of.  Keep up the awesome work!!
 I need to dig up my old pop radio surveys and scan them for you sometime.  Thanks,
May 19, 15 WOL Washington RE3: 1967-05-12 / WOL ( Washington, District Of Columbia ) Geno Rice
The scans are pretty low res. I'll email you the list so as to not take up too much
space here. I appreciate your help.
May 19, 15 WOL Washington RE2: 1967-05-12 / WOL ( Washington, District Of Columbia ) Gary Pfeifer
 I've having a bit of a difficult time reading some of the entries from the chart
image. If you have a text file of the additions. please send it here or to my email
and they can be added easily.  Thanks!
May 19, 15 WOL Washington RE: 1967-05-12 / WOL ( Washington, District Of Columbia ) Geno Rice
Tim & Gary,

Instead of deleting, I went ahead and added the image of the full street sheet
survey. The Top 16 match, so now just the Extras need to be added to the ARSA
chart.  Thanks. 
May 18, 15 KHJ Los Angeles RE: 1970-03-11 / KHJ ( Los Angeles, California ) Gary Pfeifer
  Geno - I added the Hitbounds for the two KHJ surveys.  Thanks!