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Date Posted: 13:00:53 02/12/13 Tue
Author: JM
Subject: Re: Walk by The Fenways
In reply to: Ed Salamon 's message, "Walk by The Fenways" on 16:04:53 02/11/13 Mon

It amazes me that a record so big in one market (and Pittsburgh was the No. 9 broadcast market then) couldn't even make the "Bubbling Under" section of Billboard.

Based on some online charts, "Walk" at least made the surveys of KYA/San Francisco, KRLA/Pasadena, WCPO/Cincinnati, and got as high as No. 21 on WSPT in Stevens Point, Wisc.

Same thing happened when the group changed to the Racket Squad -- they were on a national label (Jubilee) but never made the Billboard chart, even though "Hung Up" was a hit in Pittsburgh. I thought "That's How Much I Love My Baby" was their best as the Racket Squad.

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