06/23/66 — WWRL 1600 AM ( New York, New York )

WWRL / RADIO 1600 / NEW YORK, NY
SOUL 16
WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 23, 1966



TWLW ARTISTTITLEWKSNOTES
1 The TemptationsAin't Too Proud To Beg
2 Ray CharlesLet's Go Get Stoned
3 Otis ReddingMy Lover's Prayer
4 "Groove" HolmesMisty
5 William BellShare What You Got
6 Jimmy HughesNeighbor, Neighbor
7 The HolidaysI'll Love You Forever
8 The ManhattansCan I
9 The CapitolsCool Jerk
10 Carla ThomasLet Me Be Good To You
11 Bob & EarlBaby, It's Over
12 Jackie PaineGo Go Train
13 Fats Greene"Fats" Shake 'm Up
14 Four TopsLoving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
15 Karen SmallBoys Are Made To Love
16 Marvin GayeTake This Heart Of Mine
 John Lee HookerLet's Go Out Tonight
 Jackye OwensTenderly Tenderly
 Chuck CarterPretty Little Brown Skin Girl
 Dean ParrishTell Her
 Irma ThomasIt's A Man's Woman's World
 The Van DykesI've Got To Go On Without You
 Z.Z. HillI Found Love
 Slim HarpoShake Your Hips
 Lowell FulsomChange Your Ways
 Frank FrostMy Back Scratcher
 Freddy RobinsonThe Creeper
 Little Joe BlueDirty Work Going On
 B.B. KingAin't Nobody's Business
 Jimmy ReedKnockin' At Your Door
 Ned TownsHow Can You Baby-Sit A Man
 Dionne WarwickTrains And Boats And Planes
 Mike WilliamsLonely Soldier
 Vernon HarrellDaisy Daisy
 Barbara MasonI Need LoveOn The Move
 The MiraclesWhole Lot Of Shakin' In My Heart
 Mable JohnYour Good Thing
 Joe Cuba SextetEl Pito
 Mighty SamSweet Dreams
 Bobby HebbSunny
 Brenton WoodI Want Love
 Chubby CheckerHey You! Little Boo-Ga-Loo
 The GeminisA Friend Of Mine
 Barbara LynnI'm A Good Woman
 Jimmy HolidayBaby, I Love You
 The IntrudersUnited
 Arthur PrysockLet It Be Me
 The Magnificent MenPeace Of Mind
 Joe SimonTeenager's Prayer
HB The Mad LadsI Want A Girl
HB Don CovayYou Put Something On Me
HB James CarrLove Attack
HB Ike & Tina TurnerAnything You Wasn't Born With
HB The Isley BrothersI Guess I'll Always Love You
HB Darrell BanksOpen The Door To Your Heart
HB Garnet MimmsIt's Been Such A Long Way Home
HB Donald HeightTalk Of The Grapevine

NOTE: This survey has a paragraph featuring Clarence Rock, WWRL's
Newsman. The first page also has a hand-written column 
of LW numbers and X notations indicating a single's final
char appearance.

Survey courtesy of Joel Bernstein