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April 18th, 1964

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Chart Notes: 'Love Me Do' hangs on to #1 for a second week at WPGC (and would go on to be the #13 song of the year on the WPGC Top 100 of 1964) while 'Roll Over Beethoven' jumps two notches from #8 - #6 as 'Can't Buy Me Love' falls from the #3 spot to #7and 'All My Lovin' drops out of the Top Ten.

Elsewhere around the dial, two weeks after the Beatles dominate all ten of the Top Ten positions at WEAM, they replicate this incredible feat, holding spots #1 - #10 this week at WEEL!

'Can't Buy Me Love' sticks to the #1 spot at both WEAM and Milt Grant's Network for a second week in a row and stays #1 for third week at WWDC, falls from #1 - #2 at WHMC and moves down from #3 - #4 at WEEL.

'Twist And Shout' hangs on strong to #2 for the second week in a row at WEAM, falls out of the Top Ten at Milt Grant's Network and falls from #3 - #7 at WINX.

'She Loves You' returns to the Top Ten at WINX at #9 but falls out of the Top Ten at both WEAM and WHMC.

'Do You Want To Know A Secret' falls from #5 - #7 at WEAM, stays at #7 for a second week on Milt Grant's Network, falls from #2 - #5 at WEEL, moves from #6 - #8 at WINX, rises a notch from #7 - #6 at WWDC and goes up from #5 - #3 at WHMC.

'Roll Over Beethoven' drops out of the Top Ten at WEAM, but hits the bulls-eye at #1 moving up from #5 at WEEL and debuts in the Top Ten at #6 at WINX.

'All My Lovin' falls out of the Top Ten this week at WEAM this week, having hit #7 the previous week. 'Thank You Girl', also falls out of the Top Ten this week at WEAM, but debuts at #6 in the Top Ten at WEEL. In similar fashion, 'You Can't Do That' falls out of the Top Ten at WEAM, but debuts at #8 on WEEL's Top Ten.

Further delving into the rich supply of Fab Four album cuts, 'P.S. I Love You' debuts in the Top Ten at WEEL at #2. Not far behind it, 'Devil In Her Heart' debuts in WEEL's Top Ten at #7, in turn followed by 'You Really Got A Hold On Me' debuting in the Top Ten at WEEL at #9 and 'Long Tall Sally' rounding out WEEL's Top Ten at #10.

Meanwhile, the Beatles first U.K. single 'Love Me Do', now over a year old, also debuts in the Top Ten at WEEL at #3.

WPGC Music Survey Weekly Playlist - 04/18/64

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LW TW Song Title Artist Name
Love Me Do
Four Seasons
That's The Way Boys Are
Lesley Gore
Robert Maxwell
Kiss Me Sailor
Diane Renay
Roll Over Beethoven
Can't Buy Me Love
Love Me With All Your Heart
Ray Charles Singers
Baby, Baby, Baby
Anna King & Bobby Bird
Tell It On The Mountain
Peter, Paul & Mary
(Just Like) Romeo & Juliet

WPGC Music Survey Weekly Playlist - 04/11/64
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Special thanks to Jack Maier for the above.


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