1962 – KAYO Radio – Promotional Record Album

What was “HOT” on KAYO’s chart in ’62?

1. Born To Lose/Can’t Stop Loving You – Ray Charles
2. The Stripper – David Rose
3. J.A.J. – Dynamics
4. Village Of Love – Nathaniel Mayer
5. Liberty Valance/Take It Like A Man – Gene Pitney
6. It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’ – Johnny Tillotson
7. The One Who Really Loves You – Mary Wells
8. Palisades Park – Freddy Cannon
9. Cindy’s Birthday – Johnny Crawford
10. Wolverton Mountain – Claud King
11. Twistin’ Matilda – Jimmy Soul
12. I Love You – Volumes
13. Moon River – Henry Mancini/Jean Thomas
14. Playboy – Marvelettes
15. Oh My Angel – Bertha Tillman
16. That’s Old Fashioned – Everly Bros.
17. Drum Stomp/Drummin’ Up A Storm – Sandy Nelson
18. Woman Is Man’s Best Friend – Teddy & Twilights
19. Walk On The Wild Side (Pt. 2) – Jimmy Smith
20. Night Train – James Brown
21. I Sold My Heart To The Junkman – Blue-Belles
22. Broken Heart Anonymous – Johnny Preston
23. Balboa Blue – Marketts
24. Lovers Who Wander – Dion
25. Johnny Get Angry – Joannie Sommers
26. Sharring You – Bobby Vee
27. West Of The Wall – Toni Fisher
28. Keep Your Love Locked – Paul Petersen
29. Roses Are Red – Bobby Vinton
30. I Wish That We Were Married – Ronnie & Hi-Lites
31. Soldier Boy – Shirelles
32. Second Hand Love – Connie Francis
33. Tennessee – Jan & Dean
34. Don’t Play That Song – Ben E. King
35. Adios Amigos – Jim Reeves
36. I’ll Try Something New – The Miracles
37. Love Can’t Wait – Marty Robbins
38. Mashed Potato Time – Dee Dee Sharp
39. John Birch Society – Chad Mitchel Trio
40. Let Me Be The One – Paris Sisters
41. Imagine That – Patsy Cline
42. Instand Mashed – Ventures
43. Follow That Dream E.P. – Elvis Presley
44. Shake A Hand – Ruth Brown
45. So This Is Love – Castells
46. Thanks To The Fool – Brook Benton
47. Queen Of My Heart – Rene & Ray
48. Gravy – Dee Dee Sharp
49. That Greasy Kid Stuff – Janie Grant
50. Twist & Freeze/Boogie Woogie Twist – Twist To Kayo LP
51. Al Di La – Emilio Pericoli
52. Baby Elephant Walk – Miniature Men
53. Our Favorite Melodies – Gary Criss
54. If The Boy Only Knew – Sue Thompson
55. The Crowd – Roy Orbison
56. Theme From Ben Casey – Valjean
57. Why You Wanna Make Me Cry – Connie Stevens
58. Sea Of Love – Phil Phillips
59. A Steel Guitar & A Glass Of Wine – Paul Anka
60. Too Late – The Dreams
61. Green Door – T. Tommy
62. Ding Ding Ding/Side By Side – Hayley Mills

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Author: Jason Remington

Creator, Admin, & Editor of QZVX, former broadcaster at KTOY FM/Tacoma, KVAC/Forks , KDFL/Sumner, KTTX & KWHI FM/Brenham (TX), KONP/Port Angeles, KBAM/Longview, KJUN/Puyallup, KRPM FM/Tacoma, KAMT/Tacoma, KASY/Auburn, KBRD FM/Tacoma, KTAC/Tacoma, KMTT FM/Tacoma, and KOOL FM/Phoenix. -- Airchecks
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4 thoughts on “1962 – KAYO Radio – Promotional Record Album

  1. Al Cummings, who by 1961 had been at KOL for several years, accepted the position of Program Director at KAYO, which was playing Top 40 music. By 1963, Cummings had moved over to 570 KVI. He bounced from there to KING 1090 in 1964 (his second stint at KING where he had been the major talent in the 1950s) and had an afternoon talk show on 1460 KYAC by 1967. By the end of that year, Cummings had joined KTNT 1400. He also hosted the afternoon movie, as Mr. Fortune, calling viewers and giving away cash and prizes.

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