Top Ten: December 5, 1960

Don't be a lonely teenager. We'll sway to the hucklebuck. Will you still love me tomorrow and stay? Here's the Top 10 songs on this date in 1960 as heard on The Grooveyard.

Top Ten: September 5, 1961

Here's the Grooveyard Top Ten for September 5, 1961 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on "The Grooveyard": #10 "Look IN My Eyes" by The Chantels #9 "Last Night" by The Mar-keys #8 "Bless You" by Tony Orlando Did you vote yet? #7 "Who Put the Bomp" by Barry Mann #6 "School is Out" by... Continue Reading →

Top Ten: July 11, 1961

Here's the Grooveyard Top Ten for July 11, 1961 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on "The Grooveyard": #10 "I Like It Like That" by Chris Kenner #9 "Pretty Little Angel Eyes" by Curtis Lee #8 "Tonight (Could Be the Night)" by The Velvets #7 "Raindrops" by Dee Clark #6 "Let's Twist Again" by Chubby... Continue Reading →

Top Ten: January 25, 1962

Here's the Grooveyard Top Ten for January 27, 1962 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on "The Grooveyard": #10 "The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Wimoweh)" by The Tokens #9 "Dear Lady Twist by Gary US Bonds #8 "Can't Help Falling in Love" by Elvis Presley Find love tonight.. Pick your favorites now! #7 "Norman" by Sue... Continue Reading →

1960 – The Results

The first round survey for your favorites of 1960 is traditionally known for it's tight races, and this year is no exception. Out of the 65 songs receiving support, 20 songs were within a percent of th Top Five.  Dion and Kathy Young and the Innocents returned to the top positions, both for a second... Continue Reading →

Top Ten: October 26, 1960

Here's the Grooveyard Top Ten for October 26, 1960 as played tonight by Alan Seltzer on "The Grooveyard": #10 "Mr. Custer" by Larry Verne #9 "My Heart Has a Mind of It's Own" by Connie Francis #8 "New Orleans" by Gary U.S. Bonds   Did you vote yet? #7 "Chain Gang" by Sam Cooke #6... Continue Reading →

1961 – The Results

Like the 2018 Great 88 first round survey, there was a very tight race for the top positions, with a significant drop after the top rated songs.  A total of six songs were within 2% of the top position, with another four within 3%.  Two traditional favorites--The Shirelles (Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow) and... Continue Reading →

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