featuring attthis week: JOHNNYARTHEYBAND With JACKIE LEE andRAYMORGAN.
BUTTERSCOTCH WHITE PLAINS CANDYCHOIR
TOUCH OF RASPBERRY
JOYCE BOND and OCCAStON NEWHORtZON.MADRtGAL UNIONEXPRESS
Producer BRYANT MARRtOn
This week's star guest: Lou Christie featuring all this week: PEBBLES, ACES, ARTHUR CONLEY, PICKETTYWITCH, ADGE CUTLER AND THE WURZELS, VAL DOONICAN, WILD ANGELS, VIOLET BROWN'S DECISION
Producer PAUL WILLIAMS
featuring an this week: FRANK!EVAUGHANandthe JOHNNY HOWARD BAND ROY ORBISON
DANA AND ORCHESTRA
PETER NOONE. CHRIST)! KENNYBALL'SJAZZMEN CtLBERT O'SULLtVAN
NEW SEEKERS. PORTRAIT
SWEETCORN. BOSTOK WUMBLB POTTERY COUNCfL
HEATWAVE. FLUFF GULLIVER'S PEOPH PUTNEY BRIDGE CAPRICORN
Producer RON BELCHtEtt
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