Top Ten Tuesday: WCFL, 12-14-67

Back to Super ‘CFL and their survey for December 14, 1967. I’ll just list the songs, because I know I’ve talked about all of these (sometimes multiple times).

  1. Joe Tex, “Skinny Legs And All”

  2. The Who, “I Can See For Miles”

  3. John Fred & His Playboy Band, “Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)”

  4. Dionne Warwick, “I Say A Little Prayer”

  5. The American Breed, “Bend Me, Shape Me”

  6. Strawberry Alarm Clock, “Incense And Peppermints”

  7. The Cowsills, “The Rain, The Park, And Other Things”

  8. Cher, “You Better Sit Down, Kids”

  9. The Beatles, “Hello, Goodbye”/”I Am The Walrus” (Double A side single)

  10. The Monkees, “Daydream Believer”

And that’s Top Ten Tuesday for December 14, 2021.

16 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: WCFL, 12-14-67

  1. What a great list to listen to and love that Cher song. A nice ending since Michael Nesmith just passed away. Mickey Dolenz must feel quite alone now.

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    1. A friend of mine from high school was the station manager’s son, and the mother of one of Mom’s boyfriends was the receptionist there, and I still preferred WLS. Ain’t I a stinker?

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        1. Fun fact: WCFL was at Marina City at State Street and Wacker Drive, WLS was at the Stone Container Building at Michigan and Wacker. They were about two blocks apart.

          I think just about everybody did that. If WCFL was running its weekly EBS test, you’d switch to WLS and vice versa. Sometimes what the other station was playing was so bad you’d tune back and listen to the test. It’s what I call an EBS Special…

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