From this week in 1964 at WKNR, in Detroit. It was definitely the cold and flu season as evidenced by the Vicks Cough Drop ad on the back of the guide.
Data courtesy Keener13.com.
WKNR, DETROIT, MI Survey for week ending Thursday December 17, 1964 TW TITLE ARTIST LW 1. Love Potion Number Nine Searchers 2 2. I Feel Fine/She's a Women Beatles 1 3. Paper Tiger Sue Thompson 5 4. I Still Love You Bobbi Martin 10 5. That Shall Not Steal Dick & Deedee 3 6. Name Game Shirley Ellis 27 7. One More Time Ray Charles Singers 7 8. Shabby Little Hut Reflections 19 9. The Wedding Julie Rogers 6 10. Have You Looked into Your Heart Jerry Vale 20 11. Oh No Not My Baby Maxine Brown 8 12. You've Lost That Lovin Feeling Righteous Brothers 21 13. Since I Dont Have You Chuck Jackson 18 14. Dear Heart/Emily Andy Williams / Jack Jones 12 15. Come See About Me Supremes 4 16. My Love Forgive Me Robert Goulet 14 17. Roses are Red You Know Whos 13 18. Leader of the Laundromat Detergents 11 19. Promised Land Chuck Berry 25 20. Can You Jerk Like Me Contours 23 21. Downtown Petula Clark -- 22. I'll Be There Gerry & The Pacemakers 26 23. Amen Impressions / Sisters 24 24. My Buddy Seat Hondells 28 25. Give Him a Great Big Kiss Shangri-Las -- 26. Wild One Martha & The Vandellas 29 27. Across the Street Ray Peterson 31 28. Running Scared Sunset Strings 30 29. Let's Lock the Door Jay & The Americans -- 30. The In Crowd Dobie Gray -- 31. Keep Searchin Del Shannon -- (Key Song of the Week) All Day & All The Night - Kinks
This week’s forgotten classic. A one hit wonder from Julie Rogers called “The Wedding”. The British sensation had two more top 40 UK hits with “Like a Child” (UK No. 20, US No. 67) and “Hawaiian Wedding Song” (UK No. 31), both in 1965. She also recorded a demo of “You Only Live Twice”, which appeared on the 1992 limited edition version of the album, The Best of Bond…James Bond. The song’s writers, composer John Barry (composer) and lyricist Leslie Bricusse, later wrote a completely different title song of the same name and it was Nancy Sinatra’s subsequent recording of this that was used in the film. Via Wikipedia