XEAK 690 AM
TIJUANA, BAJA CALIFORNIA

Week: 07/24/59
Format: T40
                     XEAK - THE MIGHTY 690 
                 THE ORIGINAL TOP FORTY SURVEY
                     WEEK OF JULY 24, 1959    
   TW                                                             LW
    1. Tiger – Fabian                                              5
    2. Lonely Boy – Paul Anka                                      1
    3. Big Hunk O’ Love/Wish Came True – Elvis Presley            17
    4. Just Keep It Up – Dee Clark                                 3
    5. Boy Without Girl/Bobby Sox To Stockings – Frankie Avalon    1
    6. Ragtime Cowboy Joe – The Chipmunks                         11
    7. There Goes My Baby – The Drifters                          24
    8. Only Sixteen – Sam Cooke                                    4
    9. Sweeter Than You/Little Too Much – Ricky Nelson             9
   10. Baby Talk – Jan & Dean                                      8
   11. 40 Miles Of Bad Road – Duane Eddy                          27
   12. I Only Have Eyes For You – The Flamingos                    7
   13. My Own True Love – Jimmy Clanton                           30
   14. Waterloo – Stonewall Jackson                               31
   15. My Heart Is An Open Book – Carl Dobkins Jr                 22
   16. What A Difference A Day Makes – Dinah Washington           10
   17. Tallahassee Lassie – Freddy Cannon                         14
   18. You’re So Fine – The Falcons                                6
   19. Lipstick On Your Collar/Frankie – Connie Francis           12
   20. The Whistling Organ – Dave (Baby) Cortez                   21
   21. Twixt Twelve & Twenty – Pat Boone                          34
   22. Back In The U.S.A. – Chuck Berry                           36
   23. What’d I Say – Ray Charles                                 26
   24. The Wonder Of You – Ray Peterson                           15
   25. Mona Lisa – Carl Mann                                      16
   26. Hushabye – The Mystics                                     18
   27. Lavender-Blue – Sammy Turner                               --
   28. With Open Arms – Jane Morgan                               29
   29. Since You’ve Been Gone – Clyde McPhatter                   28
   30. Martinique – Martin Denny                                  23
   31. Angel Face – Jimmy Darren                                  40
   32. Battle Of New Orleans – Johnny Horton                      13
   33. This I Swear – The Skyliners                               19
   34. Ciao, Ciao Bambina – Jacky Noguez                          --
   35. Pretty Little Mama – Joe Hinton                            38
   36. Like Young – A. Previn & D. Rose                           25
   37. Velvet Waters – The Megatrons                              33
   38. I’ll Be Satisfied – Jackie Wilson                          37
   39. Here Comes Summer – Jerry Keller                           --
   40. The Caterpillar Crawl – The Strangers                      32

       690 PICK HIT OF THE WEEK
       Somethin’ Else – Eddie Cochran

       PERSONAL PICKS
       ERNIE: There’ll Be Some Changes Made – Steve Lawrence
       JIM: I Looked At Heaven – Tommy Edwards
       STAN: It Was I – Skip & Flip   
       DICK: Midnight Flyer – Nat “King” Cole
       FRANK: Betty My Angel – Jerry Fuller
       BOB: Tres Chic – Geoff Gilmore
       ART: A Tree In The Meadow – Slim Whitman
       NOEL: Five Feet High & Rising – Johnny Cash
       LEN: In My Wallet – The Arena Twins

       PICTURED DJ's:
       Noel Confer     12 Mid-6 am
       Ernie Meyers    6am-9am       
       Jim Ruddle      9-12 Noon
       Stan Evans      12-2 pm
       Dick Martin     2-4:30 pm
       Frank Thompson  4:30-8pm
       Bob Donnelly    8-10 pm
       Art Way         10-12 Mid


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 (Tuesday, March 20, 2018)




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