WTMA Tunedex ’67

The top 25 songs on radio station WTMA, Charleston, South Carolina, for the week ending 20 May 1967, and you can be sure I was listening that week: this was my station of choice during the years I lived in the Holy City. The cover art is a cut-down version of an actual WTMA “Tunedex” Top 40 chart, courtesy of station historian Ted Tatman. The first track is preceded by a brief WTMA jingle.

Cover art, Wendex 111058-2Track listing for 111058-2:

  1. Arthur Conley: Sweet Soul Music
  2. The Young Rascals: Groovin’
  3. The Supremes: The Happening
  4. Peaches and Herb: Close Your Eyes
  5. Frank and Nancy Sinatra: Something Stupid
  6. Aretha Franklin: Respect
  7. The Dave Clark Five: You Got What It Takes
  8. The Hollies: On a Carousel
  9. The Monkees: A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You
  10. The Happenings: I Got Rhythm
  11. Neil Diamond: Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon
  12. The Mamas and the Papas: Creeque Alley
  13. Engelbert Humperdinck: Release Me
  14. The Spencer Davis Group: I’m a Man
  15. Eric Burdon and the Animals: When I Was Young
  16. The Buckinghams: Don’t You Care
  17. The Easybeats: Friday on My Mind
  18. Tommy James and the Shondells: I Think We’re Alone Now
  19. The Tremeloes: Here Comes My Baby
  20. The Five Americans: Western Union
  21. The Platters: With This Ring
  22. Toussaint McCall: Nothing Takes the Place of You
  23. Paul Revere and the Raiders: Him or Me—What’s It Gonna Be?
  24. The Temptations: All I Need
  25. Aretha Franklin: I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)

2 Responses to “WTMA Tunedex ’67”

  1. dustbury.com Says:

    Not a speck of cereal

    Warner Bros. once sold a $2 sampler album called All Meat, implying a distinct lack of filler among the tracks therein, which, given the content of most pop albums —…

  2. wendex.net » WTMA Tunedex ‘66 Says:

    […] The top 26 songs on radio station WTMA, Charleston, South Carolina, for the week ending 30 April 1966, and you can be sure I was listening that week: this was my station of choice during the years I lived in the Holy City. (If this sounds familiar, I’ve already done a similar disc from May 1967. The cover art is a cut-down version of an actual WTMA “Tunedex” Top 40 chart, courtesy of station historian Ted Tatman. The first track is preceded by a brief WTMA jingle; a less-brief one follows the last. […]

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