05/01/67 — WMTS 810 AM ( Murfreesboro, Tennessee )

MAY 1-7, 1967

1 Jack GreeneWanting You But Never Having You
2 Johnny Cash & June CarterJackson
3 Merle HaggardI Threw Away The Rose
4 Tex RitterJust Beyond The Moon
5 Buck OwensSam's Place
6 Johnny PaycheckJukebox Charlie
7 Charlie LouvinOn The Other Hand
8 Bonnie GuitarYou Can Steal Me
9 Lynn AndersonIf I Kiss You
10 Wynn StewartIt's Such A Pretty World Today
11 Sonny JamesNeed You
12 Johnny DarrellRuby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
13 Little Jimmy DickensCountry Music Lover
14 David HoustonWith One Exception
15 Charley PrideI Know One
16 Bobby BarnettDown, Down Came The World
17 Billy WalkerAnything Your Heart Desires
18 Mel TillisLife Turned Her That Way
19 Wilburn BrothersRoarin' Again
20 Jack GreeneAll The Time
21 Jim NesbittHusbands-In-Law
22 Tammy WynetteYour Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad
23 Claude GrayIf I Ever Need A Lady
24 Ed BruceLast Train To Clarksville
25 Merle HaggardIf You Want To Be My Woman
26 Merle KilgoreI Just Don't Care Anymore
27 Freddie HartI'll Hold You In My Heart
28 Carl PerkinsShine, Shine, Shine
29 Carl Butler & PearlLost
30 Jim & JesseDiesel On My Tail
31 Jimmy NewmanLouisiana Saturday Night
32 Judy LynnLittle Shoes
33 Kitty Wells & Red FoleyHappiness Means You
34 Jerry ReedGuitar Man
35 Dean MartinLay Some Happiness On Me
36 Robert MitchumLittle Old Wine Drinker Me
37 Glen CampbellGotta Have My Baby Back
38 Dori HelmsRuby's AnswerIt would be two more years until Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town became a pop hit, but it already was a country hit.
39 Loretta LynnIf You're Not Gone Too Long
40 George JonesI Can't Get There From Here
PH Hank Williams Jr.I'm Gonna Break Your Heart
PH Jimmy MartinLiving Like A Fool

Survey courtesy of Frank Merrill Jr.