WARM AND THE SONGS OF JUNE
It was June 1967 and the nation was going to be experiencing the summer of love. But that was to come a few weeks after this WARM survey that featured a ballad, "Release Me" by a singer named Jerry Dorsey who went as Englebert Humperdink.
The Arbors were at #36 with the standard "Graduation Day" and in the top 30 was a very traditional woman's offering from Sandy Posey who sang to her man "I Take It Back" at #33. Imagine Gloria Steinem hearing this thing!
But the summer of love was creeping in to the WARM Top 40 with Scott McKenzie coming in at number 32 with "San Francisco, Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair".