KHJ Boss 30 - November 4, 1970

Issue #279 - Shirley Partridge plants one on The Real Don Steele.

KHJ Boss 30 No. 279 - The Real Don Steele   KHJ Boss 30 No. 279 - November 4, 1970

4 comments:

Bruce said...

My appreciation for Shirley Jones has really grown over the years.

One of the coolest (and hottest!) TV Moms ever.

steve elders said...

Oh, yeah, I watched "The Partridge Family" every Friday night.

"Black Magic Woman" is yet another song in which KHJ played neither the single version nor the album version. It was a hybrid.

"Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" is the FOURTH single on this Boss 30 that is well over a year old; it's on Chicago's 1969 debut album. "See Me, Feel Me" is also from 1969, and "Tears of a Clown" and "Me About You" are from 1967.

Winkfan said...

The Real Don Steele Meets The Partridge Family; yeah, I was big on that show, too!

Paul Duca said...

And now from her autobiography, we know Shirley Jones is a serious FREAK!