Top Ten Tuesday: WMCA (570 AM, New York), 3/15/67

WMCA in New York City has been a Christian broadcaster since 1989, but was a Top 40 station in the late 1950’s and 1960’s, staffed by DJ’s known as "The Good Guys." It was the first radio station in New York to broadcast a Beatles song. Here’s their Top Ten from this day in 1967. There are eleven songs here: Herman’s Hermits had a double-A side single with "There’s A Kind Of Hush" and "No Milk Today."

  1. Martha & The Vandellas, “Jimmy Mack”
  2. Tommy James & The Shndells, “I Think We’re Alone Now”
  3. Herman’s Hermits, “There’s A Kind Of Hush”/”No Milk Today”
  4. The Four Tops, “Bernadette”
  5. Petula Clark, “This Is My Song”
  6. The Mamas & The Papas, “Dedicated To The One I Love”
  7. The Rolling Stones, “Ruby Tuesday”
  8. The Young Rascals, “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long”
  9. The Turtles, “Hapy Together”
  10. The Beatles, “Penny Lane”

And that’s Top Ten Tuesday for March 15, 2022.

13 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: WMCA (570 AM, New York), 3/15/67

    1. I guess Petula Clark is going to be 90 this year. Funny that she was considered part of the British Invasion even though she wasn’t a rocker.

      Peter Noone looked like he was twelve back then, didn’t he? A friend of mine gave me the single of “There’s A Kind Of Hush” and “No Milk Today” for my 11th birthday. That was the year Dad died…


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