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Sep 28, 12 KILT Houston 1961-09-22 / KILT ( Houston, Texas ) K.A. Scott
I wonder if the mysterious Fats Domino entry "Hot" on this chart is really "What A
Party", which appeared on the following week's KILT chart?  I can find no evidence
of Domino having recorded a song with the title "Hot" ... maybe someone in a hurry
mistook a quickly handwritten "What" for "Hot", and mistyped it that way on the
published list?
Feb 21, 06 KCOH Houston RE: 1965-11-13 John Gallagher
Looks like Henry Moore. The Johnny Nash track is Understanding.
Feb 20, 06 KCOH Houston 1965-11-13 Tim Warden
Mystery... I can't make out the Johnny Nash title.  There's also a "Can't Forget
You" by a Henry something... Anyone have a clue?
Jan 18, 14 CKCH Hull 1958-01-18 / CKCH ( Hull, Quebec ) K.A. Scott

It's interesting the things you discover as you enter charts.  The following
singles charted nowhere else, but keep popping up on CKCH's playlist week after
week in late '57, early '58:

The Jordanaires - Any Which Way
Nick Greene - Later For You Baby
Peggy Lee - Listen To The Rocking Bird
Sue Raney - Please Hurry Home
Wanda Jackson - Cool Love

All were issued on Capitol. What an *astounding* coincidence! ;) 

(Tommy Leonetti's "I'd Climb The Highest Mountain" also keeps popping up on CKCH
and nowhere else, but it was on Vik, a subsidiary of RCA.)
Jan 21, 13 WQTY Jacksonville RE: 1960-01-21 / WQTY ( Jacksonville, Florida ) Gary Pfeifer
 I removed the duplicate survey.  Thanks.
Jan 20, 13 WQTY Jacksonville 1960-01-21 / WQTY ( Jacksonville, Florida ) K.A. Scott
Hi Gary...

  Just a quick heads up...this recently entered survey is actually a duplicate of a
survey that's already in the database, under its correct date of 1961-01-21.  The
wrong date that is printed on the survey obviously created some confusion!


  - Kenn.
Nov 12, 11 WQTY Jacksonville 1960-11-12 / WQTY ( Jacksonville, Florida ) Rick Hy
I have just keyed in two surveys; WLCY from Tampa, Florida and WQTY from
Jacksonville, Florida for the November 12, 1960 date.  With the exception of minor
changes these two surveys are identical. the top 50 chart positions are the same as
well as their picks of the week. They must have been owned by the same company at
the time, but has anyone ever seen two different stations with the exact same music
survey ?
Rick Hy
Feb 9, 10 KSJB Jamestown RE: 1967-11-26 / KSJB ( Jamestown, North Dakota ) Gary Pfeifer
 Good catch, Jim.  The 11-26-67 survey is in error and should be deleted, but I
don't see an option available to me to do so.  I will contact Tim, unless you have
a way of deleting it.
Feb 8, 10 KSJB Jamestown 1967-11-26 / KSJB ( Jamestown, North Dakota ) ARSA Jim
Gary, while doing some routine ARSA maintenance tonight, I stumbled onto the fact
that this exact same list appears twice, but because of a two-day difference in the
survey's date, it didn't show up as a dupe. Maybe you'll want to check into this at
some point - thanks!   -Jim
Dec 22, 13 WHB Kansas City RE4: 1978-05-03 / WHB ( Kansas City, Missouri ) Lee Tucker

JPEG e-mail attachments should work just fine.  I will be out of town from
Christmas day through December 29 but will be happy to contribute them in your name
to ARSA shortly after I return.  Looking forward to receiving them and hope you have
a wonderful holiday season.  Cheers

Dec 21, 13 WHB Kansas City RE3: 1978-05-03 / WHB ( Kansas City, Missouri ) Alan Linquist
I can e-mail  them. There are three or four that I can send as jpgs.  It will be
some time over the holiday.  thanks, alan
Dec 21, 13 WHB Kansas City RE2: 1978-05-03 / WHB ( Kansas City, Missouri ) Lee Tucker

I am missing quite a number of 1966 & 1967 WHB 40 Star Surveys that I'd love to get
copies of and the timing would be perfect as I'm currently contributing all of my
1966 surveys and will be starting 1967 soon.  I'd be more than happy to contribute
any you have to the ARSA data base courtesy of you.  Probably the easiest way to do
this would be for you to scan them and e-mail the image to me as an attachment at  If you'd rather, I'll provide my mailing address and
you can mail me a paper copy or save an image to a thumb drive and I'll do the
scanning and uploading to ARSA. Let me know and am very much looking forward to
hearing from you.   

Happy Holidays!   -  Lee
Dec 21, 13 WHB Kansas City RE: 1978-05-03 / WHB ( Kansas City, Missouri ) Alan Linquist
I have a few surveys from 1966 that you can add.  Please let me know how I can
provide them.  Thanks.  ALan
Jun 14, 13 KBEQ Kansas City RE5: FBI Virus Lee Tucker
Tim, Gary

I too am glad to hear you've checked the site and that it's clean. I was afraid
that maybe I had infected the site as it was shortly after I had sent a survey
image upline to the site that the virus reared it's ugly head. I deleted the survey
and survey image shortly thereafter via another computer, but you never know and
it's good to know I didn't infect the site and that it's clean.  Lots more surveys
to come.  Cheers.

    - Lee       
Jun 11, 13 KBEQ Kansas City RE5: FBI Virus Lee Tucker
Tim, Gary, Ken and all

Thanks for your kind words the past couple of days and I'm certainly glad no one
else in the ARSA gang has had to deal with the FBI Virus as it's quite a pain. I've
been off site the last couple of days as the Best Buy Geek Squad has had our
computer to clean it up.  It appears that our Webroot Spyware failed us and left us
vulnerable to the FBI Virus which we contracted from some booby trapped website or
social media site. We're all cleaned up now and I plan to be back on site tomorrow
AM.  Cheers!

     - Lee   
Jun 11, 13 KBEQ Kansas City RE4: FBI Virus Gary Pfeifer
 Thanks, Tim!  I suspected the site was clean but best to be 100% sure.  Keep the
surveys coming, guys!
Jun 10, 13 KBEQ Kansas City RE3: FBI Virus Tim Warden
Guys, I've done a cursory check of the site and I can assure you there are no
viruses or Trojan horses lurking.  The site is clean and free (knock on wood) of
viri.  If there were an intruder, it would be evident in the logs and file names
and mod dates.... everything is clean, so I think the virus you discovered was from
some other site.  While I may not spend a ton of time on this particular part of the
site, I can assure you is clean.  Best regards. -- Tim
Jun 7, 13 KBEQ Kansas City RE2: FBI Virus K.A. Scott
Hi Lee...

  That would have been a scary couple of minutes! Glad you didn't fall for the

  On a brighter note, I see you've finished up your '65 surveys, and are now into
'66.  I always look forward to seeing your contributions, and eagerly await the
charts of 1966!


  - Kenn.

Jun 7, 13 KBEQ Kansas City RE2: FBI Virus Gary Pfeifer

   Thanks for the heads-up - I hadn't heard of this one before.  Glad you were able
to remove it fairly easily and are back on ARSA.  Your contributions are always most
welcome and we very much appreciate & thank you for your efforts!
Jun 7, 13 KBEQ Kansas City RE: FBI Virus Lee Tucker
Please don't anyone think that I'm suggesting that ARSA is/was the culprit in my
contracting the FBI Virus yesterday or that ARSA is unsafe.  I'm back on Chart-Chat
and keying-in surveys today so I obviously feel that the site is safe and that it
was merely a coincidence that the event occurred while keying-in a survey
yesterday.  My intent was merely to give ARSA regulars a heads-up concerning the
FBI Virus if they are, like I was, not already familiar with it for it can be
somewhat alarming.  It was fairly easy (although it can be somewhat costly
depending on how infected your files are))to remove it.  ARSA is a great site and
will continue to be a large part of my daily activities although I may have to
rethink the websites I visit to download surveys/images, but I am in no way
suggesting that ARSA is unsafe.