1050 AM CHUM was a Toronto radio station playing top 40 hits.
Their weekly radio station surveys listed the top 50 singles each week
and was one of the most influential charts in Canada.
These 6 charts show the debut and rise of their third single
"A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You" with the B-side "She Hangs Out".
After 2 weeks that single was withdrawn and the B-side replaced
with "The Girl I Knew Somewhere".
Canada was the only country
to issue "She Hangs Out" as the B-side
and it was only available for sale to the general public for a couple weeks.
This single forced the issue of who controlled the Monkees music
and as a result Don Kirshner was fired on February 27, 1967.
When the single was withdrawn, CHUM removed the B-side altogether from the listings.
All 6 of these feature the Monkees on the front with contests promoting
their upcoming concert which took place on April 2, 1967.