1968-03-14 — CKFH 1430 AM ( Toronto, Ontario )

1430 CKFH
No. 2 Survey

213 Gladys Knight & The PipsThe End Of Our Road
38 Joe TexMen Are Gettin' Scarce
414 Manfred MannThe Mighty Quinn (Quinn The Eskimo)
511 Georgie FameThe Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde
610 Madeline BellI'm Gonna Make You Love Me
74 The AssociationEverything That Touches You
82 Dionne Warwick(Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls
926 The MonkeesValleri
926 The MonkeesTapioca Tundra
1015 Aretha Franklin(Sweet, Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone
1116 The DelfonicsLa - La - Means I Love You
123 Otis Redding(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
136 Four TopsWalk Away Renee
1419 The TremeloesSuddenly You Love Me
1520 Petula ClarkKiss Me Goodbye
165 The Bee GeesWords
1724 Smokey Robinson & The MiraclesIf You Can Want
1827 Billy Vera & Judy ClayCountry Girl - City Man
1921 Paul Revere And The RaidersToo Much Talk
2029 The Box TopsCry Like A Baby
2130 The Balloon FarmA Question Of Temperature
22-- The BeatlesLady Madonna
22-- The BeatlesThe Inner Light
23-- Diana Ross And The SupremesForever Came Today
247 Tommy James And The ShondellsGet Out Now
2532 Simon & GarfunkelScarborough Fair (/Canticle)
26-- DonovanJennifer Juniper
2731 The 4 SeasonsWill You Love Me Tomorrow
2833 Gene & DebbePlayboy
2935 O.C. SmithThe Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp
3036 The Union Gap Featuring Gary PuckettYoung Girl
319 Spanky And Our GangSunday Mornin'
32PH The FoundationsBack On My Feet Again
3312 Paul Mauriat And His OrchestraLove Is Blue
3443 Sly & The Family StoneDance To The Music
35-- Percy SledgeTake Time To Know Her
3618 Bobby Vee And The StrangersMaybe Just Today
3737 The HolliesJennifer Eccles
3838 The American BreedGreen Light
39PH The CowsillsIn Need Of A Friend
40-- The MontanasYou've Got To Be Loved
41-- Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & TichThe Legend Of Xanadu
42-- Strawberry Alarm ClockSit With The Guru
43-- The TurtlesSound Asleep
44-- Tom JonesDelilah
45-- LuluMe, The Peaceful Heart
46-- Gordon LightfootBlack Day In July
PH Neil DiamondRed Red Wine
PH The DoorsThe Unknown Soldier

NOTE:   There is no number 1 record in this survey.
With every other station in town proclaiming themselves
as the "Number One" station, CKFH trumpeted itself as
Toronto's "Number 2" station....and consequently, the
highest position on their chart was number 2.