WARM SONGS OF APRIL 1965
The top ten early April of '65 featured 5 solo artists that were pretty much mainstream. The beauty of the WARM survey was that while it housed the Kinks and Beatles in the Top 10, there were other artists there too. And mom loved them!
Closing in at number 5 was Wayne Newton's "Red Roses For A Blue Lady".
In a previous edition we touched on Ronnie Dove's "One Kiss For Old Times Sake". But Jack Jones had a top ten hit with number 7 with a version of the George Jones Country hit "The Race Is On" Ray Charles Singers weighed in at number 9 with "This Is My Prayer"
Meanwhile Elvis was at number 11 with a record called "The Clam" proving that not all of The King's stuff was gold.