WRHC 1400 AM

Week: 07/00/69
Format: R&B
                      WRHC 1400 – JACKSONVILLE   
                       TOTAL COMMUNITY STATION 
                              TOP 14         
                             JULY 1969                    
    1. So I Can Love You – Emotions                              
    2. Mother Popcorn – James Brown             
    3. I’ve Lost Everything I’ve Ever Loved – David Ruffin
    4. Let’s Work Together (Part 2) – Wilbert Harrison 
    5. Color Him Father – The Winstons                        
    6. You Hurt So Good – Mitty Collier 
    7. Reconsider Me – Johnny Adams                  
    8. Black Pearl – Sonny Charles      
    9. Your Wonderful Love – Chuck Jackson                        
   10. Choice Of Colors - Impressions
   11. Love Man – Otis Redding                          
   12. I Do – The Moments                     
   13. Follow The Leader – Major Lance         
   14. Grazing In The Grass – Friends Of Distinction

       RAY BROWN: Be That Way Sometimes – Scientist Of Soul
                  There Are Some Of The Things – Howard Tate
       R.D. JENKINS: It’s Amazing – Johnny Taylor
                     The Best Part Of A Love Affair – Emotions
       GARY ROGERS: Hey Little Girl – Soul Cadets
                    Hey Joe – Wilson Pickett
       CASANOVA: Sad, Sad Feeling – Eddie James
                 You Love Is Like A Checker Game – Big Ike Darby
       EMILY TIMMONS: A Knock At Midnight – Dr. Martin L. King Jr.
                      Jesus Knows What We Can Bear – Bill Moss
       ABRAM KING: Hot Buttered Soul – Isaac Hayes
                   Step One – Jimmy McGriff
       GOSPEL PICK: Just A Closer Walk With Thee – Chambers Brothers
                    Stop And Get Religion – Norris Turner

NOTES: Although this survey is not dated, it is believed to be from
    July 1969, based upon the dates that the listed songs 
    charted on other surveys in the ARSA database.

    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 

Contributed by: Gary Pfeifer (Saturday, November 18, 2017)

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