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FUN RADIO 8: MOTOR CITY TOP 30 HITS! THIS WEEK, ’67

June 28th, 2017

CKLW RADIO 8 HIT PARADE June 28, 1967 (Click on image 2x for largest PC view)


CKLW RADIO 8 HIT PARADE June 28, 1967 (Click on image 2x for largest PC view)


RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Music Explosion * CKLW (No. 01) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Davie Allen & The Arrows * CKLW (No. 02) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Stevie Wonder * CKLW (No. 03) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Frankie Valli * CKLW (No. 04) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * The Doors * CKLW (No. 05) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Bettye Swann * CKLW (No. 06) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Scott McKenzie * CKLW (No. 07) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Chris Bartley * CKLW (No. 08) 06/28/67


RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * The Parliaments * CKLW (No. 09) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * The Forum * CKLW (No. 12) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood * CKLW (No. 16) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Smokey Robinson & The Miracles * CKLW (No. 17) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Jefferson Airplane * CKLW (No. 20) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Patti Drew * CKLW (No. 25) 06/28/67

RADIO 8 HIT PARADE * Dean Martin * CKLW (No. 27) 06/28/67

CKLW TOP 30 HITS TABULATED BY LOCAL RETAIL SALES AND NATIONAL RADIO AIRPLAY

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The CKLW TOP EIGHT HITS (1-8), with additional bonus songs (9), were selected for your listening enjoyment. The official CKLW 30 biggest hits. This week in Detroit, June 1967.


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CKLW RADIO 8 HIT PARADE June 28, 1967 (Click on image 2x for largest PC view)


BONUS! RADIO 8 * Ian & Sylvia * Future Hits * 06/28/67

BONUS! RADIO 8 * The Sunshine Co. * Future Hits * 06/28/67

CKLW RADIO 8

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1967

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These were the records you bought. Many went on to become some of the most popular singles heard played on AM and FM STEREO radio, June of ’67, including stations WKNR, WJR, WXYZ, WCAR and WJBK, Detroit.

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TODAY. 50 YEARS AGO


CKLW RADIO 8 HIT PARADE June 28, 1967 (Click on image 2x for largest PC view)



A SPECIAL THANK YOU

In Memory of George Griggs

Above CKLW music chart courtesy of Mrs. Patty Griggs and the George L. Griggs estate.


THIS WEEK 50 YEARS AGO: THE HOTTEST HIT IN THE USA!

June 27th, 2017


NUMBER 1 IN AMERICA ’67 * The Association * 06/25/67 – 07/22/1967


BILLBOARD HOT 100 TOP FIVE: WEEK-ENDING JULY 1, 1967

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NUMBER ONE FOR 1967!

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FOURTEEN WEEKS on the singles chart, “Windy” by the Association peaked this week at No. 01 (4 weeks) on the Billboard Hot 100, week June 25 through July 22, 1967(source: Billboard)

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MCRFB Link: For the previous No. 1 record in the U.S.A. 1967 GO HERE.


THE ESSENCE OF ‘SOUL’ 60S GENERATION: ’67 DEFINED!

June 27th, 2017


WES MONTGOMERY * 1967

— BILLBOARD: Peaked #44, December 23, 1967 —


THE ESSENCE OF ‘SOUL’ 60S GENERATION: ’67 DEFINED!

June 27th, 2017



THE INTRUDERS * 1967

— BILLBOARD: Peaked #48, June 24, 1967 —


THE ESSENCE OF ‘SOUL’ 60S GENERATION: ’67 DEFINED!

June 27th, 2017


CHRIS BARTLEY * 1967

— BILLBOARD: Peaked #32, August 19, 1967 —


A 1960S MOTOR CITY MUSIC FEATURE RECALLED: 1963!

June 26th, 2017

From the MCRFB NEWS archive: 1963

When Detroiters Read About the ‘Beatles’ the Very First Time

 

 


FROM THE BACK-PAGES OF THE DETROIT FREE PRESS

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1963

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LONDON — AP — Police admitted Monday that Beatlemania — one of the wildest teenage phenomena yet — just about has them beat. (CONTINUES — please read the complete article below) . . . .

— DETROIT FREE PRESS


DETROIT FREE PRESS Tuesday, October 29, 1963


TWO ‘BEATLES’ GET A FAN’S ATTENTION (Associated Press; Monday, October 28, 1963)


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Above Motown related article is courtesy freep.com newspaper archive. Copyright 2017. Newspapers.com.


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A MOTOWN SNAPSHOT FLASHBACK: THE 4 TOPS, 1964!

June 26th, 2017

RELEASED BY MOTOWN RECORDS, January 1965, the group’s self-titled Four Tops studio album would be their very first for the Motown label. Produced by Holland-Dozier-Holland, six of the album’s 11 tracks were written by the Motown song-writing trio. Two of the H-D-H songs would become singles. The first, Baby I Need Your Loving(Pop; #11) would become their first million-selling single, released, July 1964. Their follow-up, Without The One You Love (Life’s Not Worth While) (Pop; #43) was released by Motown in the fall of 1964. The Four Tops‘ third single was written by Mickey Stevenson and Ivy Joe Hunter. Ask The Lonely (Pop; #24) was released in February 1965. The album peaked at #63 on the Billboard Top 200 LP chart, 1965.


THE FOUR TOPS circa 1964


DETROIT MOTOWN MONDAY RECORD FLASHBACK! ’64

June 26th, 2017


BABY I NEED YOUR LOVING * FOUR TOPS * MOTOWN 1964

DETROIT MOTOWN MONDAY RECORD FLASHBACK! ’64

June 26th, 2017


WITHOUT THE ONE YOU LOVE (LIFE’S NOT WORTH WHILE) * FOUR TOPS * MOTOWN

THE MAGIC BEHIND THE DETROIT MOTOWN SOUND! ’64

June 26th, 2017

“BABY I NEED YOUR LOVING” (INSTRUMENTAL)  Ext. Version * FOUR TOPS * 1964

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