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THIS WEEK IN AMERICA! BILLBOARD ‘HOT 100′: 10/1965

October 9th, 2017

BILLBOARD HOT 100 October 9, 1965 (click on chart image 2x for largest detailed view)


BILLBOARD HOT 100 TABULATED BY RECORDS RETAIL SALES AND RADIO AIRPLAY

BILLBOARD HOT 100 October 09, 1965


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These were the record singles you bought in 1965. Many went on to become the most popular radio airplays heard on AM radio in Detroit, October 1965, on Top 40 WKNR, WXYZ, CKLW and also on conservative album-oriented, easy-listening WJBK and WJR  radio.


THE NATION’S TOP-SELLING 100 SINGLES 1965



A MOTOWN RECORDS AD FLASHBACK: FOUR TOPS, ’67

October 9th, 2017

A BILLBOARD MOTOWN RECORDS AD PAGE RIP: “You Keep Running Away,” The Four Tops September 16, 1967



 

DETROIT MOTOWN MONDAY RECORD FLASHBACK ’67!

October 9th, 2017


THE FOUR TOPS * 1967

A MCRFB Note: The title of the song in the above 1972 Motown “YESTERYEAR” single re-issue is an obvious misprint. “You Keep Running Away,” written by Holland-Dozier-Holland, would be one the the last few singles the Four Tops recorded written by the Motown song-writing trio prior their departure from the label, latter 1967.



THE MAGIC BEHIND THE DETROIT MOTOWN SOUND! ’67

October 9th, 2017

“WALK AWAY RENEE” (INSTRUMENTAL) * FOUR TOPS * 1967

 

Motor City Radio Flashbacks

Memories From the Soundtrack of Your Life