WARM AND THE SONGS OF JULY
July 1967 was a big year in news as well as music. There was a blend of both rock and pop on the WARM charts. During this week the top spot was dominated by a one hit wonder with "Come On Down To My Boat Baby" by Every Mother's Son. Mitch Ryder was in the top ten with "Joy" while "A Girl Like You" by the Rascals were moving up.
Plus in the 20s was none other than Frankie Laine with "You Wanted Someone To Play With. Meanwhile Glen Campbell was climbing with his initial hit "Gentle On My Mind".