KINT 1590 AM
EL PASO, TEXAS

Week: 03/06/69
Format: T40
                          KINT - 1590            
                  EL PASO'S MORE MUSIC STATION
                 TOP THIRTY HITS IN EL PASO FOR  
                     WEEK OF MARCH 6, 1969  
    1. Time Of The Season - Zombies                    
    2. Hello, It's Me - Nazz              
    3. Dizzy - Tommy Roe        
    4. Traces - Classics IV                       
    5. Indian Giver - 1910 Fruitgum Company             
    6. Line On You - Spirit                                  
    7. Everyday People - Sly & The Family Stone
    8. You Know I Love You - First Edition
    9. Proud Mary - Creedence Clearwater Revival
   10. Sweet Cream Ladies - Box Tops                 
   11. Hot Smoke - Bubble Puppy 
   12. Mendocino - Sir Douglas Quintet       
   13. Gotta Be Me - Sammy Davis Jr.       
   14. Soul Experience - Iron Butterfly
   15. Rock Me - Steppenwolf                       
   16. Maybe Tomorrow - Iveys
   17. You Showed Me - Turtles                
   18. Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon - Paul Revere
   19. Hair - Cowsills           
   20. Susan On The West Coast - Donovan
   21. Living In Shame - Supremes                     
   22. Salvation Show - Neil Diamond
   23. Staying After Sunday - Peppermint Rainbow
   24. Let It Be Me - Glen & Bobbie   
   25. Build Me Up Buttercup - Foundations
   26. This Magic Moment - Jay & The Americans
   27. Ramblin' Gamblin' Man - Bob Seeger
   28. The Letter - Arbors              
   29. Don't Give Into Him - Gary Puckett
   30. Loving Things - Grass Roots  

       LINE UP OF THE KINT YOUNG AMERICANS
       Bob Young         6 - 9
       John Macy         9 - 12
       Terry Osborne    12 - 3
       Sonny Melendrez   3 - Sign Off
       Mike McCoy        Weekends

 NOTE: The song titles and artists shown above are presented exactly
    as they are shown on the printed survey.  Any typos, spelling 
    errors and/or other anomalies are as they appear on the printed 
    sheet. 

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Monday, March 5, 2012)




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