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Ottawa Top 40 Chart, May 26, 1967

Ottawa Top 40 Chart, May 26, 1967

Ottawa Top 40 Chart, May 26, 1967

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Playing tracks by

The Youngbloods, The Grass Roots, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Tommy James & The Shondels, Gordon Lightfoot and more.

Ottawa Top 40 Chart from the week of May 26, 1967. Verbally running through the entire top 40 and musically spotlighting some of the seldom heard gems and cool tracks on the survey. NOTE: this online program features an additional 25 minutes of music not included on original CKCU-FM broadcast!

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Nicely researched! Enjoyed the presentation - a more concise reflection of the era! Pity that some of the tertiary hits from bands such as Paul Revere & the Raiders were measured solely on the strength of their national charting compared to its regional success. A true delight hearing Don Norman & the Other Four!
~Frankie Wonder in Wpg @FAB 94-3

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