WABC's All American Survey for Week of 6 October 1964

Courtesy of the WABC Musicradio 77 Internet Web Site

Survey collected and contributed by Ken Williamson
For more information contact Allan Sniffen

 TW                                                             LW
 *1. Dancing in the Street - Martha & the Vandellas *1 week #1*  3
  2. Do Wah Diddy Diddy - Manfred Mann (Ascot)                   1
  3. Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison (Monument)                       2
  4. A Summer Song - Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde (World Artists)  9
  5. Let It Be Me - Betty Everett & Jerry Butler (VJ)           10
  6. I'm On the Outside (Looking In) -                            
                           Little Anthony & the Imperials (DCP)  8
  7. It Hurts to Be In Love - Gene Pitney (Musicor)              5
  8. Come a Little Bit Closer - Jay & the Americans (UA)        12
  9. G.T.O. - Ronny & the Daytonas (Mala)                        6
 10. When I Grow Up (To Be a Man) - The Beach Boys (Capitol)    16
 11. Remember (Walkin' in the Sand) - The Shangri-Las (Red Bird) 4
*12. Have I the Right? - The Honeycombs (Interphon)             15
 13. Last Kiss - J. Frank Wilson & the Cavaliers (Josie)        17
*14. Leader of the Pack - The Shangri-Las (Red Bird)            PH
 15. Funny - Joe Hinton (Back Beat)                             11
*16. Bread and Butter - The Newbeats (Hickory)                  14
 17. We'll Sing in the Sunshine - Gale Garnett (RCA)            21
*18. Baby I Need Your Loving - The Four Tops (Motown)           18
 19. House of the Rising Sun - The Animals (MGM)                 7
 20. I Like It - Gerry & the Pacemakers (Laurie)                23
 21. Baby Love - The Supremes (Motown)                          HP
 25. You Must Believe Me - The Impressions (ABC-Paramount)      25
*26. Tobacco Road - The Nashville Teens (London)                26
 27. Everybody Knows - The Dave Clark Five (Epic)               56
*28. I Don't Want to See You Again - Peter & Gordon (Capitol)   HP
 30. Little Honda - The Hondells (Mercury)                      HP
 37. I'm Crying - The Animals (MGM)                             --
 53. Is It True - Brenda Lee (Decca)                            HP
     If I Fell - The Beatles (United Artists/Capitol)             
     A Hard Day's Night - The Beatles (UA/Capitol)                
Hot Prospects:
     The Door Is Still Open to My Heart - Dean Martin (Reprise)   
     Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me) -                   
                                        Tony Bennett (Columbia)   
     When You Walk In the Room - The Searchers (Kapp)             
     Ride the Wild Surf - Jan & Dean (Liberty)                    
     I'll Be Back - The Beatles (Capitol of Canada)               
     Slaughter on Tenth Avenue - The Ventures (Dolton)            
     Ain't That Loving You Baby - Elvis Presley (RCA)             
     Reach Out for Me - Dionne Warwick (Scepter)                  
     Hey Now - Lesley Gore (Mercury)                              
     You Really Got Me - The Kinks (Reprise)                      
     I'm Into Something Good - Herman's Hermits (MGM)             
     Girl (Why You Wanna Make Me Blue) - The Temptations (Gordy)  
     Baby Don't You Do It - Marvin Gaye (Tamla)                   
     That's What Love Is Made Of - The Miracles (Tamla)           
     Ringo's Theme - The George Martin Orchestra (United Artists) 
     Slow Down - The Beatles (Capitol)                            
     I Should Have Known Better - The Beatles (UA/Capitol)        
Album Cut:
     Things We Said Today - The Beatles (Capitol)                 
Radio 77 Pick Hit:
     You Should Have Seen the Way He Looked at Me -               
                                      The Dixie Cups (Red Bird)   
*Previous Pick Hit
All American of the Week:
     Scott Muni - 7:15 PM-10:00 PM Monday - Friday
                  7:00 PM-10:30 PM Sunday

SPECIAL NOTES:  The one song in the "album cuts" category this 
week is from the LP "Something New."

On air, it was announced that "the WABC Beatle show has been 
postponed until a future date."  WABC will run a contest for the 
picture backdrop used in the very first Beatle show in the U.S.

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