It lists 99 Hit songs ...
The current Top 50 ...
Followed by "The Future Forty Nine"!!!
We checked several charts for this week in '65 and found that on the majority of them the #1 Record was either "Let's Hang On" by The Four Seasons (showing here as #2) or "A Taste Of Honey" by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass (which is WIBG's #7 Record.)
Topping the chart in Philadelphia this week (one of the Soul Capitals of the World) is the Motown-Sound of The Supremes. They hold at #1 with "I Hear A Symphony".
Local group Anthony and the Sophomores make a five point leap within The Top Ten with their latest, "Gee But I'd Give The World", which now sits at #5.
The Dave Clark Five climb 13 places to #11 with "Over And Over" while Chicago's own COD's leap nearly twenty spots to #25 with their first big hit, "Michael".
The three biggest debuts (all from last week's Future Forty Nine list) are "Sunday And Me" by Jay and the Americans, "Let's Get Together" by We Five (a song that will be a MUCH bigger hit four years later for The Youngbloods as simply "Get Together") and "Princess In Rags" by Gene Pitney.
So all we can provide are links to the music ...