WMCA Music Report for April 2, 1969
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Survey collected and contributed by Randy Price, Peter Kanze and Greg Lance
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TW LW 1 2 #ITS YOUR THING - The Isley Brothers (T-Neck) 2 4 TWENTY-FIVE MILES - Edwin Starr (Gordy) 3 1 #YOUVE MADE ME SO VERY HAPPY - Blood, Sweat & Tears (Columbia) 4 3 AQUARIUS/LET THE SUNSHINE IN (The Flesh Failures) - The 5th Dimension (Soul City) 5 9 ONLY THE STRONG SURVIVE - Jerry Butler (Mercury) 6 14 HAIR - The Cowsills (MGM) 7 10 SWEET CHERRY WINE - Tommy James & The Shondells (Roulette) 8 5 #TIME OF THE SEASON - The Zombies (Date) 9 6 DIZZY - Tommy Roe (ABC) 10 7 THINGS ID LIKE TO SAY - The New Colony Six (Mercury) 11 8 GALVESTON - Glen Campbell (Capitol) 12 13 ROCK ME - Steppenwolf (Dunhill) 13 17 DONT GIVE IN TO HIM - Gary Puckett & The Union Gap (Columbia) 14 15 ILL TRY SOMETHING NEW - Diana Ross & The Supremes & The Temptations (Motown) 15 19 FIRST OF MAY - The Bee Gees (Atco) 16 22 #TO KNOW YOU IS TO LOVE YOU - Bobby Vinton (Epic) 17 11 #TRACES - The Classics IV (Imperial) 18 23 I CAN HEAR MUSIC - The Beach Boys (Capitol) 19 18 THE WAY IT USED TO BE - Engelbert Humperdinck (Parrot) 20 20 TRY A LITTLE TENDERNESS - Three Dog Night (Dunhill) 21 21 WISHFUL SINFUL - The Doors (Elektra) 22 -- HAWAII FIVE-O - The Ventures (Liberty) 23 -- TIME IS TIGHT - Booker T. & The MGs (Stax) 24 -- PINBALL WIZARD - The Who (Decca) 25 PH #STAND! - Sly & The Family Stone (Epic) WMCace: EARTH ANGEL (Will You Be Mine) - The Vogues (Reprise) Five More Heavies: 1. The Composer - Diana Ross & The Supremes (Motown) 2. I Cant See Myself Leaving You - Aretha Franklin (Atlantic) 3. Mr. Walker, Its All Over - Billie Jo Spears (Capitol) 4. Ive Been Hurt - Bill Deal & The Rhondels (Heritage) 5. I Was A Boy (When You Needed A Man) - Billy Shields (Harbour) Billy Shields was actually Tony Orlando #Former WMCace NOTE: The dates that appeared on the original chart as printed in GO Magazine were April 3-9, 1969, representing a Thursday through Wednesday week. However, this chart debuted on the air on Wednesday, April 2, so the date that appears above reflects when the chart actually took effect.
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