Dionne Warwick – Any Old Time Of The Day • Fabulous Flipside of “Walk On By”
Billy Butler & the Chanters – Gotta Get Away • Bubbled Under the Hot 100 at #101 in 1964
Fantastic Four – Can’t Stop Looking For My Baby • Like the Motown sound? If you listened to CKLW Windsor/Detroit back in 1966, you may remember this great song you should have heard
Nancy Sinatra – Here Comes The Bride • Very early effort by Nancy on daddy’s Reprise label from 1963.
Shannon – Abergavenny • This song hit #47 back in 1969 and was actually British rocker Marty Wilde
Secrets – Here He Comes Now • Our great girl group from Cleveland with a Philips song you should have heard from 1964.
Showmen – The Honey House • General Johnson, lead singer of Chairmen of the Board with another great lost song you should have heard from 1966.
Len Barry – Moving Finger Writes • Bubbled Under tune from the lead singer of the Dovells. This tune hit #124 back in 1967.
Robert Goulet – Summer Sounds • Peaked at #58 on the Hot 100 in 1965
Nat King Cole – Mr. Wishing Well • Fabulous Flipside of “That Sunday That Summer” from 1963.
Ned Miller – Do What You Do • Peaked at #52 on the Hot 100 in 1965
Distant Cousins – She Ain’t Lovin’ You • Bubbled Under at #102 in 1966 a BIG tune on WIXY in Cleveland
Tim Tam & the Turn-On’s – Cheryl Ann • Another group from Detroit – big on CKLW, Windsor/Detroit.
Bill Swofford – Why You Been Gone So Long • A folk sound from the singer who also recorded pop songs under the name Oliver (Good Morning Starshine)
Julie Monday – Come Share The Good Times With Me • Just made the Hot 100 in 1966 – peaking at #96.