Sunday, January 27, 2019

WLS Top Ten for January 27, 1969: "Crimson & Clover"

Top Ten songs in Chicago according to WLS 890 AM, fifty years ago.

1.  CRIMSON & CLOVER--  Tommy James / Shondells
2.  TOUCH ME--  Doors
3.  WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN--  Brooklyn Bridge

4.  EVERYDAY PEOPLE--  Sly / Family Stone
5.  SOULFUL STRUT--  Young Holt Unltd
6.  HOOKED ON A FEELING--  B.J. Thomas
7.  I STARTED A JOKE--  Bee Gees

8.  I'M GONNA MAKE YOU LOVE ME--  Supremes / Temptations
9.  IF I CAN DREAM--  Elvis Presley
10.  YOU SHOWED ME--   Turtles


34.  PROUD MARY--  Creedence Clearwater Revival
36.  INDIAN GIVER--  1910 Fruitgum Company

37.  DADDY SANG BASS--  Johnny Cash
38.  TIME OF THE SEASON--  Zombies

39.  SOULSHAKE--  Peggy Scott / Jo Jo Benson
40.  HELLO, IT'S ME--  Nazz

Name That Tune (from the above songs):  "Can't You See That I Am Not Afraid."  --Answer below.  --RoadDog

IN 50 YEARS OF LIVING YOU LEARN:  The main accomplishment of almost all organized protests is to annoy people not in them.

"Touch Me"

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