Date: 27 Oct 2014 06:59:55 -0000
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From: Regina Litman <>
Subject: RESULTS and ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz 332 (GOLQ332)

RESULTS & ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz #332 (GOLQ332)

Congratulations to The EJ'S & Co. and Delphi Trivia Club, who took first place
in this quiz with scores of 500++. Close behind with scores of 500.. were The
Coasters, Team Teitelbaum, and Will McCorry.

The main theme of this GOLQ was the state of California and places within it,
mentioned in group names, song titles, or the lyrics used in this quiz. Unlike
other geography-based GOLQs that I have done, I did not use artists solely
because the artists were originally from or based, during all or part of their
recording careers, in California. However, a lot of the artists do indeed fit
this criteria, including at least one, The Byrds, whose song is part of the
minor theme, a specific number of miles mentioned in either the song title or
the selected lyrics. Several entries identified the themes.

I chose the California theme because I planned to be "California Bound" in
September, the month in which this GOLQ was active. And yes, I didn't have
to settle for "California Dreamin'," as the trip went as planned--nine
"California Nights" in a hotel room with a view of Disneyland. Yes, we made
it to Anaheim, but not to Azusa or (Rancho) Cucamonga. We also drove through
Balboa, where I envisioned Frankie and Annette waxing their surfboards for
a beach party. We had hoped to sail the 26 miles to Santa Catalina, but we
just didn't have time to fit it in. (This was partially a business trip.)
Nor did we get to Hollywood, Malibu, or anywhere up north such as Lodi,
San Jose, Monterey, or Mendocino. And I could leave the flowers behind because
I didn't get to San Francisco to wear them in my hair. Then again, I didn't
have to worry about leaving my heart there, either. I hope I'll make it back
to the "California Sun" so that I can go to these places. I'm back home now
because there was no airplane strike to keep me at the Los Angeles airport

I chose the miles minor theme because I had always wanted to use "26 Miles
(Santa Catalina)" and "Twenty-Five Miles" in the same GOLQ. While every
California song I identified as a possibility was eligible for inclusion
(hadn't been used too recently and didn't turn out to be from the early 1970s),
two of the miles songs I originally selected were not eligible. I remembered
"Walk A Mile In My Shoes" by Joe South from the 1969-1970 school year. It
turned out to have entered the Hot 100 the first week of 1970. I wasn't too
disappointed at losing out on this one, though, because 1969 was already
overrepresented. The other one was "A Thousand Miles Away" by the Heartbeats,
which had been used too recently in a GOLQ. This one I really regretted losing
out on because there were only three songs in this GOLQ from the 1950s.

A few of the songs in this GOLQ were part of two-sided charting records.

GOLQ332's mean score was 453.07, and the median was 499. (I wonder if the
median has ever been 500 before.)

My thanks to everyone who participated.

Howard Teitelbaum has posted GOLQ333.

-- Regina Litman <>

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Tie Breaker Scoring Key
    +  after numeric score below indicates a tie-breaker answered correctly.
    -  indicates partial credit.
    x  indicates a totally incorrect guess.
    .  indicates no guess.

                                                                   # on
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               Team Age(s)
T01 500++ EJ The EJ'S & Co.: Ellis, Jean,       <brombere&>   9 28+
             Steve, Kevin, Denise, Vinnie, Kyra, Mitch, Everett
T01 500++ DT Delphi Trivia Club         <rcwkid99&>   6 45+
T03 500.. CO The Coasters                          <rns&>   4 61-65
             (Rick & Kathy Schubert, Magic Marc, Bigfoot Mae)
T03 500.. TT Team Teitelbaum                    <hat_pat&>   4 52-64
             (Howard, Bonnie, Patty, Pat)
T03 500.. WM Will McCorry                <wmccorry&>   1 57
T06 499++ RN Roger Neustaedter             <laroger&>   1 65
T06 499++ MW Mike Weaver                   <oldtunes&>   1
T08 499+. BA Barry Silk                    <>   1 60+
T08 499.+ VI The Village Idiots                 <Roxie1971&>   5
             (Roxanne, Doug, Michael, Andrew, Andy)
 10 499-. RR Really Rockin' In Boston             <rardini&>   7 50s,60s
 11 494x+ EM DEC & Friends                    <cochran57&>   7 Various
 12 479++ LB Vito & the Salutations          <baileyl&> 4-5 boomers
 13 300.. NA NAVAIRHEADS                   <tompillion&>   2 63-68
 14  75.. BS Bryan Shailer                <bryanshailer&>   1 51
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               # on Age(s)

The following table gives the individual scoring breakdown.  A '-' is used to
indicate that no guess was made for a question, whereas a zero indicates that
a completely incorrect response was submitted.

   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
EJ 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
DT 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
CO 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
TT 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
WM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
RN 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 20 20 20 20 20 20
MW 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 20 20 20 20 20 20
BA 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 20 20 20 20 20 20
VI 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 20 20 20 20 20 20
RR 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 20 20 20 20 20 20
EM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 15 20 20 20 20 19 20 20 20 20 20 20
LB 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 19 20 20  - 20 20 20
NA 20 20 20 20 20  - 20  - 20  -  - 20  -  - 20 20 20 20  - 20 20  -  -  - 20
BS  - 20  -  -  -  -  -  - 15  -  -  -  -  - 20 20  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -
   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25


Answers are in the form:
#number) Artist: Title (year[s]) [peak position on Pop chart] {peak R&B}

[-]   = did not make pop chart
{-}   = did not make R&B chart
{F}   = made R&B chart as a flip side
{n/c} = no Billboard R&B chart published during this recording's period
        of peak popularity

Teardrops fell on Mama's note
When I read the thing she wrote
She said we miss you son
We love you
Come on home
#01) Bare, Bobby: 500 Miles Away From Home (1963) [10] {-}

  Of the last four GOLQs I've done, two have started with a song by Bobby Bare,
  and the other two have started with one by the Beach Boys, who are the second
  artist in this GOLQ.

  This is a much recorded folk song, which is also known as just "500 Miles."
  The lyrics differ in the various versions. other version of note include:

    Peter, Paul, and Mary, 1962, B-side of "Settle Down (Goin' Down That
    Highway)", which reached #56:

    Heaven Bound featuring Tony Scotti, #79 in 1972, which I used to greatly
    prefer over the Peter, Paul, and Mary version, but now it's not such a gap:

    GOLQ328 sub-theme artist Johnny Rivers, 1965 on the album JOHNNY RIVERS

    The Journeymen, a group that at some point counted John Phillips, Michelle
    Phillips, and Scott McKenzie among its members, recorded it in 1961:

    Hedy West, the song's composer, recorded in 1963, after some of the other

I've been all round this great big world
And I've seen all kind of girls
Yeah but I couldn't wait to get back in the states
Back to the cutest girls in the world
#02) Beach Boys, The: California Girls (1965) [3] {-}

  The quintessential California group. David Lee Roth also took it to #3,
  twenty years later.

The loveliness of Paris seems somehow sadly gay
The glory that was Rome is of another day
I've been terribly alone and forgotten in Manhattan
#03) Bennett, Tony: I Left My Heart In San Francisco (1962) [19] {-}

The Byrds and the Airplane did fly
Oh Ravi Shankar's music made me cry
The Who exploded into fire and light
Hugh Masekela's music was black as night
#04) Burdon, Eric & the Animals: Monterey (1967) [15] {-}

  I chose this one over their 1967 #9 hit "San Franciscan Nights" because there
  were already a few San Francisco songs in this GOLQ but none about Monterey.

Round the squares
Huddle in storms
Some laughing
Some just shapeless forms
#05) Byrds, The: Eight Miles High (1966) [14] {-}

  As noted above, this is the one that would have qualified as a two-fer under
  expanded criteria, i.e., artists based in California, for the major theme.

Lots of girls they're ridin' here from my house
Pretty girls they keep passin' by all day
Lots of girls but I don't even see 'em
#06) Checker, Chubby: Twenty Miles (1963) [15] {15}

  The B-side of this one, "Let's Limbo Some More," reached #20 on the Hot 100
  and #16 on the R&B chart. Ironically, I didn't know this song before choosing
  it for this quiz, but I did know "Let's Limbo Some More."

I rode in on a Greyhound
But I'll be walkin' out if I go
I was just passin' through
Must be seven months or more
#07) Creedence Clearwater Revival: Lodi (1969) [52] {-}

  This is the separately charting B-side of the #2 hit "Bad Moon Rising"
  (famous for its "bathroom on the right" misheard lyric). The group was from
  El Cerrito, California, which is north of Berkeley and about 75 miles from
  Lodi. There are also places called Lodi in New Jersey and Ohio. (Thanks to
  Mike Weaver for pointing out the latter one to me.) All three of these
  Lodis are reasonably close to transcontinental Interstate highway I-80.

And so the people started to sing
And that's how the surf gave birth I'm told
#08) 5th Dimension, The: California Soul (1968) [25] {49}

  This song was written by Motown staff writers Nick Ashford and Valerie
  Simpson. Like a lot of Motown songs of the 1960s, it was recorded by a few
  artists on the label. Here are some of the Motown recordings of it, as well
  as a couple of others:

    The first Motown recording of this song, in 1967, was by a white group,
    the Messengers, as the B-side of their #132 Bubbling Under entry,
    "Window Shopping".

    Nick Ashford himself did a solo recording, year unknown, which can only be
    found on YouTube in a poor quality version:

    While Valerie Simpson never received label credit for a recording, some
    sources say that hers is the female voice in a version released by Marvin
    Gaye and Tammi Terrell, although she denies this. At the time it was re-
    corded in 1967, Tammi was supposedly already showing signs of the illness
    that claimed her life a few years later and thus was unable to sing.
    However, she sang on hit records released in 1968, so she probably was
    still singing in 1967. "California Soul" by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
    was released as a single in 1970, after Tammi's death. Both sides of the
    single charted. "The Onion Song" went to #50 on the Hot 100 and #18 on the
    R&B chart. "California Soul" went to #56 on the Hot 100 but did not make
    the R&B chart.

    Edwin Starr on the 1970 album WAR AND PEACE:

    Smokey Robinson & the Miracles on the 1969 album FOUR IN BLUE:

    In 1969, Marlena Shaw covered the song on the album THE SPICE OF LIFE.
    This version has appeared in commercials for Dockers, KFC, Target, and
    Dodge Ram trucks. It was also featured in the video games DRIVER: SAN
    FRANCISCO and GRAND THEFT AUTO V. Thinking back to my discussion of "hit"
    vs. "hip" in GOLQ324, especially as it applies to the versions of "Jackson"
    by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood and by Johnny Cash and June Carter,
    I have decided that the 5th Dimension now have the "hit" version of
    "California Soul," and Marlena Shaw now has the "hip" version.

    Gerald Shaw Orchestra, an instrumental version on an album titled
    CALIFORNIA SOUL and also released as a single:

Water all around it everywhere
Tropical trees and the salty air
But for me the thing that's a-waitin' there
#09) Four Preps, The: 26 Miles (Santa Catalina) (1958) [2] {-}

  This was the song I chose to make into a two-fer with a minor theme.

Who wears the shady glasses after dark?
Who tries to talk the little girlies into parkin'?
#10) Francis, Connie: Hollywood (1961) [42] {-}

  This is the first of three female solo artists from New Jersey singing a
  California song in this GOLQ. This was the separately charting B-side of
  "(He's My) Dreamboat," which reached #14. The EJ's noted that the orchestra
  was conducted by Cliff Parman.

If I went on my way
Thinking now that I'll stay
Ooh baby
Love you baby
Oom baby
#11) Gore, Lesley: California Nights (1967) [16] {-}

  This is the second of three female solo artists from New Jersey singing a
  California song in this GOLQ.

He sure is hip, ain't he?
Like, what's happening?
He's too much
Ride, Daddy, ride
Hi-yo dinosaur!
#12) Hollywood Argyles, The: Alley Oop (1960) [1] {-}

  When I was growing up in the Washington, DC, area, my family subscribed to
  the WASHINGTON STAR newspaper, not the more famous WASHINGTON POST. In
  addition to having the more comprehensive news coverage, the POST also had
  a bigger comics section with most of what I later learned were the more
  famous comics of that day. I read the STAR's comics section but not with much
  enthusiasm. Thus, I had no idea what various hit songs such as "Snoopy Vs.
  the Red Baron" and this one were about. Also, because it was a hit during a
  time period when I wasn't paying much attention to the hit songs of the day
  (after the cancelation of MILT GRANT'S RECORD HOP on a DC area TV station and
  the arrival of the Beatles), I actually knew the parody version of this song,
  "Annie Fanny" by the Kingsmen, #47 in 1965 and used in GOLQ291, before I knew
  this one. But since I didn't read PLAYBOY, I didn't know who "Annie Fanny"
  was either until some more enlightened kids at my school let me know!

I've seen the beauty of the red, red rose
Seen the beauty when the skies are blue
Seen the beauty of the evening sunset
But the beauty of you
#13) Hollywood Flames, The: Buzz-Buzz-Buzz (1957) [11] {5}

There's Patience Proper and Prudence Prim
You ought to see them do the swim
#14) Jan and Dean: The Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review
     and Timing Association (1964) [77] {n/c}

  Another quintessential California artist. I chose this one instead of their
  better-known "The Little Old Lady (From Pasadena)" because I wanted a song
  with my destination of Anaheim in the title. Roger Neustaedter wondered if
  this was the longest song title ever used in a GOLQ. This was also used in
  GOLQs 127 and 263. It was the separately-charting B-side of "Ride the Wild
  Surf," which peaked at #16.

I'd be safe and warm (I'd be safe and warm)
If I was in L.A. (If I was in L.A.)
#15) Mamas & The Papas: The: California Dreamin' (1966) [4] {-}

  First of two consecutive songs in this GOLQ that were written or co-written
  by John Phillips, the lead member of this group. He wrote this one with his
  wife and fellow group member, Michelle Phillips.

  Other charting versions:

    Bobby Womack (who died earlier this year), #43, #20 R&B in 1969

    America, #56 in 1979

    The Beach Boys, #57 in 1986

Summertime will be a love-in there
#16) McKenzie, Scott: San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair)
                                                             (1967) [4] {-}

  Scott McKenzie's original name was Philip Wallach Blondheim. He was an early
  friend of John Phillips, who wrote this song. The first part of his new name
  came from someone who thought he looked like a Scottie dog. The second part
  came from the middle name of John Phillips' daughter, Laura McKenzie
  Phillips, who later became a famous actress after dropping her first name.

Well it's down in California where the orange trees grow (oh California!)
And there's a pretty little girl that he used to know (oh California!)
Well he called me up today about a quarter to one (oh California!)
She said, "Come on over Daddy, let's have some fun." (oh California!)
#17) Orlons, The: Not Me (1963) [12] {8}

  Team Teitelbaum: First recorded in 1961 by U.S. Bonds (Gary Anderson), who
  co-wrote it with his producer, Frank Guida; this "bubbled under" at #116.
  The Orlons' version shifts the narrative to the third person (except for
  answering vocals by bass Steve Caldwell). Given that shift in perspective,
  the 3rd line here seems awkward; Bonds sings it as, "she called me up today,"
  so it would seem more consistent if sung here as, "she called him up today."
  Rosetta Hightower, the group's lead singer, passed away August 2 at age 70.

  Here's the U.S. Bonds version:

  "Not Me" contains three parts, each of which refers to a state: California,
  Alabama, and Virginia (the home state of Anderson/Bonds and Guida). There's
  a line in the Virginia part of the Orlons' version of this song that goes,
  "He's got a reputation for miles around." This could make it a two-fer,
  although it doesn't refer to a specific number of miles. This line begins
  "I've got" in the U.S. Bonds version. Thanks to Roger Neustaedter for making
  the miles connection to this song.

Sittin' here resting my bones
And this loneliness won't leave me alone
Two thousand miles I roamed
#18) Redding, Otis: (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay (1968) [1] {1}

  This is the song that unintentionally became a two-fer when I chose the
  miles theme.

I was down in L.A. town when our manager said, "Jump"
I threw my clothes and my saxophone in a 2 by 4 big trunk
I pushed it to the airport
And I ran to the ticket line
#19) Revere, Paul, and the Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay: The Great Airplane
     Strike (1966) [20] {-}

  Sadly, Paul Revere died in early October. He had been touring with a band of
  Raiders through this past summer, when he retired for health reasons. I never
  got to see him perform live, but I have seen Mark Lindsay as a solo artist
  three times. Lindsay and Revere went their separate ways in 1975, although
  Lindsay had some solo hits even before the split.

Well I'm goin' outta west where I belong
Where the days are short and the nights are long
#20) Rivieras, The: California Sun (1964) [5] {n/c}

  The Rivieras were from South Bend, Indiana. They played a circuit of clubs
  in the Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan area, where they were sometimes seen by
  Tommy James, then the leader of an early version of the Shondells. This song
  was earlier a hit by Joe Jones, which reached #89 in 1961.

Left, right, march along
I just gotta get home (just gotta get home)
Ten more miles
#21) Rodgers, Jimmie: Tucumcari (1959) [32] {-}

  When I thought about using this song for the miles minor theme, I wondered
  if "Tucumcari" was a place in California, which would make it a two-fer.
  It sure sounds like a California place name. However, it turns out to be
  in New Mexico. The EJ's noted that accompaniment was by Joe Reisman's
  Orchestra and Chorus.

L.A., Pasadena, Frisco, Riverside, Pomona
Laguna is a real cool town
All the cats and chicks are waitin' for me
#22) Ronny & the Daytonas: California Bound (1964) [72] {n/c}

  Ronny & the Daytonas were based in Nashville but had the sound and sometimes
  subject matter of California-based artists such as the Beach Boys and Jan
  and Dean.

Fast-talkin' guys
With strange red eyes
Have put things in your head
And caused your mind to wanderin'
#23) Sir Douglas Quintet: Mendocino (1969) [27] {-}

My feet are hurtin' mighty bad
Now I've been walkin' for three days and two lonely nights
You know that I'm mighty mad
#24) Starr, Edwin: Twenty-Five Miles (1969) [6] {6}

  This song was written by Motown songwriters Johnny Bristol, Harvey Fuqua, and
  Starr. Unlike other Motown songs, this one was not recorded by a lot of their
  artists. The only other one appears to have been a 1969 Jackson 5 recording
  that was not released until 1987. At that time, Michael Jackson was listed as
  the artist. The song was considered sufficiently similar to "32 Miles out of
  Waycross" by Hoagy Lands (also recorded as "Mojo Mama" by both Wilson Pickett
  and Don Varner), written by Bert Berns and Jerry Ragovoy, that Berns and
  Ragovoy were eventually given co-writing credits.

  "Twenty-Five Miles" by the Jackson 5/Michael Jackson:

  "Mojo Mama" by Don Varner:

  "Mojo Mama" by Wilson Pickett:

  "32 Miles out of Waycross" by Hoagy Lands or anyone else was not found
  on YouTube.

Weeks turn into years
How quick they pass
And all the stars that never were
Are parkin' cars and pumping gas
#25) Warwick, Dionne: Do You Know the Way to San Jose (1968) [10] {23}

  This is the third of three female solo artists from New Jersey singing a
  California song in this GOLQ.


Chalkin' our boards (chalkin' our boards)
While we're in school (we're in school)
Now we're [*] waxin' our boards (waxin' our boards)
At Balboa too
[*] Some versions of this song that fit alphabetically use "it's" instead
    of "we're."
#T1) Avalon, Frankie (and Annette Funicello): Beach Party (1963) [-] {-}

  Balboa is on Balboa Island in Newport Beach, Orange County, California.
  It is not to be confused with places called Balboa in San Diego, which
  are not really near a beach.

  The version sung by Frankie and Annette during the opening credits of the
  BEACH PARTY movie uses "we're" in the above lyrics:

  A Frankie Avalon solo version uses "it's" in the above lyrics:

  I wanted to leave enough room between #T1 and #T2 to allow such variations
  on the artists name(s) to be filed alphbetically under Frankie, Annette,
  Avalon, and Funicello.

All the students report to the dean at the school
His office is cool
It's a telephone booth
#T2) Harpers Bizarre: Malibu U (1967) [-] {-}

  Given my desire to put the artist name for #T2 in the range of G-Z, I had to
  discard such possibilities as "Blue Jay Way" by the Beatles (to include the
  line, "There's a fog upon L.A.") and "California My Way" by the Committee.
  I also noticed that another one of my choices, "Coming Into Los Angeles" by
  Arlo Guthrie, had been used as a tie-breaker in an earlier GOLQ. Although
  re-use of tie-breakers is no longer against the rules, I wanted to go with
  something else this time. I realize that I used two beach songs, but that's
  what California meant to me growing up on the east coast. Ideally, I would
  have wanted an R&B song from the late 1950s on a label like Specialty or
  Imperial mentioning something about the artist's California surroundings to
  serve as a tie-breaker.

  This song was the B-side of the group's 1967 #43 song, "Anything Goes."
  Mike Weaver noted that it was the theme song to a T.V. show with the same
  name in the summer of 1967.


This chart ranks the songs/artists from most to least recognized. The second
number on the line denotes the average number of points scored on that song
(total points divided by number of entrants, to 2 decimal places). For
comparison purposes, tie-breakers are scored here on the usual 20-point scale.

The themes no doubt helped all of the songs score high, with the possible
exception of the tie-breakers.

Rank Avg. Song
T01 20.00 #02) Beach Boys, The: California Girls
T01 20.00 #15) Mamas & The Papas: The: California Dreamin'
T01 20.00 #16) McKenzie, Scott: San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your
 04 19.64 #09) Four Preps, The: 26 Miles (Santa Catalina)
T05 18.57 #01) Bare, Bobby: 500 Miles Away From Home
T05 18.57 #03) Bennett, Tony: I Left My Heart In San Francisco
T05 18.57 #04) Burdon, Eric & the Animals: Monterey
T05 18.57 #05) Byrds, The: Eight Miles High
T05 18.57 #07) Creedence Clearwater Revival: Lodi
T05 18.57 #12) Hollywood Argyles, The: Alley Oop
T05 18.57 #17) Orlons, The: Not Me
T05 18.57 #18) Redding, Otis: (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
T05 18.57 #20) Rivieras, The: California Sun
T05 18.57 #21) Rodgers, Jimmie: Tucumcari
T05 18.57 #25) Warwick, Dionne: Do You Know the Way to San Jose
T16 17.14 #06) Checker, Chubby: Twenty Miles
T16 17.14 #08) 5th Dimension, The: California Soul
T16 17.14 #10) Francis, Connie: Hollywood
T16 17.14 #11) Gore, Lesley: California Nights
T16 17.14 #13) Hollywood Flames, The: Buzz-Buzz-Buzz
T16 17.14 #23) Sir Douglas Quintet: Mendocino
T16 17.14 #24) Starr, Edwin: Twenty-Five Miles
 23 16.79 #14) Jan and Dean: The Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book
 24 16.64 #19) Revere, Paul, and the Raiders Featuring Mark Lindsay: The Great
 25 15.71 #22) Ronny & the Daytonas: California Bound
 26 10.00 #T2) Harpers Bizarre: Malibu U
 27  9.29 #T1) Avalon, Frankie (and Annette Funicello): Beach Party

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