WARM AND THE SONGS OF MAY
During the week of May 19th, 1968 Robert Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy were preparing for a big debate leading up to the California primary. The nation was still mourning Dr. Martin Luther King. WARM was also covering the ongoing struggles in the Vietnam War. But despite that big news, the music played on.
Archie Bell and the Drells had the number one song with "Tighten Up", Ray Stevens was urging us all to "Unwind" at number 22 and Engelbert Humperdink told us how difficult it was for "A Man Without Love" at #35.