WFIL 560 AM
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

Week: 03/04/68
Format: T40
                     WFIL FAMOUS 56th
                  FAMOUS FIFTY SINGLES
              EFFECTIVE MONDAY MARCH 4, 1968
 1. Love Is Blue – Paul Mauriat                               
 2. The Dock Of The Bay – Otis Redding                        
 3. Simon Says – 1910 Fruitgum Co.                            
 4. Valley Of The Dolls – Dionne Warwick                      
 5. La-La Means I Love You – Delfonics                        
 6. I Wish It Would Rain – Temptations                        
 7. Everything That Touches You – Association                 
 8. I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonite – Boyce & Hart           
 9. Bottle Of Wine – Fireballs                                
10. Baby, Now That I Have Found You – Foundations             
11. Spooky – Classics Iv                                      
12. Just Dropped In – First Edition                           
13. At The Top Of The Stairs – Formations                     
14. Goin’ Out Of My Head & Can’t Take My Eyes Off You – 
                                                Lettermen     
15. Walk Away Renee – Four Tops                               
16. We’re A Winner – Impressions                              
17. Words – Bee Gees                                          
18. Dance To The Music – Sly & The Family Stone               
19. I Thank You – Sam & Dave                                  
20. There Is – Dells                                          
21. Too Much Talk – Paul Revere & Raiders                      
22. The End Of Our Road – Gladys Knight & Pips                
23. Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde – Georgie Fame                   
24. Since You’ve Been Gone – Aretha Franklin                  
25. Different Drum – Stone Poneys                             
26. Playboy – Gene & Debbe
27. Judy In Disguise – John Fred & Playboy Band               
28. Will You Love Me Tomorrow – Four Seasons                  
29. Men Are Gettin’ Scarce – Joe Tex
30. Cab Driver – Mills Brothers                               
31. Kiss Me Goodbye – Petula Clark                           
32. Susan – Buckinghams                                       
33. Green Tambourine – Lemon Pipers                           
34. Country Girl–City Man – Billy & Judy 
35. Sunshine Of Your Love – Cream                             
36. Bend Me, Shape Me – American Breed                        
37. I Can Take Or Leave Your Loving – Herman’s Hermits        
38. Little Green Apples – Roger Miller                        
39. Carpet Man – 5th Dimension                                
40. Tomorrow – Strawberry Alarmclock                          
41. Green Light – American Breed                     
42. I’m Gonna Make You Love Me – Madeline Bell                
43. Itchycoo Park – Small Faces                               
44. Love Is Blue – Al Martino                                 
45. Maybe Just Today – Bobby Vee
46. Mission: Impossible – Lalo Schifrin                       
47. You’ve Got To Be Loved – Montanas                         
48. Your Eyes May Shine – Short Kuts                           
49. Skip A Rope – Henson Cargill                              
50. Jealous Love – Wilson Pickett                             

    FUTURE SIX SINGLES 
 1. A Question Of Temperature – Balloon Farm
 2. If You Can Want – Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
 3. I’ll Say Forever My Love – Jimmy Ruffin 
 4. Valleri – Monkees
 5. Suddenly You Love Me – Tremeloes
 6. Forever Came Today - Supremes

    FAMOUS FIVE LPS
 1. Blooming Hits – Paul Mauriat
 2. In A Mellow Mood - Temptations
 3. Magical Mystery Tour - Beatles
 4. Dionne’s Greatest - Dionne Warwick
 5. Lady Soul – Aretha Franklin

    FUTURE SIX LPs
 1. I Feel Like I’m Fixin’ To Die – Country Joe & The Fish
 2. Something Special! – Tommy James & The Shondells
 3. Hassles - Hassles
 4. Axis: Bold As Love – Jimmy Hendrix 
 5. History Of R & B, Vol I Thru IV – Various Artists
 6. Now & Them – Them                        

     Survey courtesy of Joel Bernstein.

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Tuesday, April 26, 2016)




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