60s British Songwriting: A Selected Chronology

Sixties British Rock and Pop
Edited 3 January 2009
Songwriters Performers Song and Release Information
1956    
Lionel Bart, Tommy Steele, & Mike Pratt Tommy Steele and the Steelmen "Rock with the Caveman": recorded 24 September 1956; released as Decca F 10795; charts 26 October 1956, UK #13.
     
1957    
Norrie Paramor & Jack Fishman Tony Crombie and His Rockets "Sticks and Stones": released as Columbia DB 3822; charts 19 October 1956, UK #25.
Artie Singer Jim Dale "Be My Girl": released as Parlophone r 4343; charts 11 October 1957, UK #2.
Tony Crombie & Jim Currie Tony Crombie and His Rockets "Red for Danger": released on Columbia Records; no chart.
     
1958    
Ian Samwell Cliff Richard and the Drifters "Move It": recorded 24 July 1958; released 29 August 1958 as Columbia DB 4178; charts 12 September 1958; UK #2.
     
1959    
Billy Fury Billy Fury "Maybe Tomorrow": released 18 January 1959 as Decca F 11102; charts 27 February 1959; UK #18.
Frederick Heath & Guy Robinson Johnny Kidd and the Pirates "Please Don't Touch": released 8 May 1959 as HMV Pop 615; charts 12 June 1959; UK #25.
Billy Fury Billy Fury "Margo": released 28 May 1959 as Decca F 11128; charts 26 June 1959; UK #28.
Les Vandyke Adam Faith "What Do You Want?": released as Parlophone R 459; charts 20 November; UK #1.
     
1960    
Les Vandyke Adam Faith "Poor Me": released as Parlophone R 4623; charts 22 January 1960; UK #1.
Billy Fury Billy Fury "Colette": released as Decca F 11200; charts 10 March 1960; UK #9.
Lonnie Donegan, Peter Buchanan, & Beverly Thorne Lonnie Donegan "My Old Man's a Dustman": recorded at the Gaumont Theatre, Doncaster; released (Pye 7N 15256); charts 24 March 1960; UK #1.
Frederick Heath Johnny Kidd and the Pirates "Shakin' All Over": released as HMV POP 753; charts 16 June 1960; UK #1.
Jerry Lordan The Shadows "Apache": recorded 17 June 1960; released 21 July 1960 as Columbia DB 4484; charts 21 July 1960; UK #1.
     
1961    
Jerry Lordan Cliff Richard and the Shadows "A Girl Like You": recorded 28 January 1961; released June 1961 as Columbia DB 4667; charts 22 June 1961; UK #3.
John Schroeder & Michael Hawker Helen Shapiro "Don't Treat Me Like a Child": recorded 16 January 1961; released 10 February 1961 as Columbia DB 4589; charts 23 March 1961; UK #3.
Geoff Goddard Johnny Leyton "Johnny Remember Me": released July 1961 as Top Rank JAR 577; charts 3 August 1961; UK #1.
John Schroeder & Michael Hawker Helen Shapiro "You Don't Know": recorded 27 April 1961; released 23 June 1961 as Columbia DB 4670; charts 29 June 1961; UK #1.
     
1962    
Jerry Lordan The Shadows "Wonderful Land": recorded 12 May 1961; released February 1962 as Columbia DB 4790; charts 1 March 1962; UK #1.
Les Vandyke Adam Faith "As You Like It": released as Parlophone R 4896; charts 3 May 1962; UK #5.
John Beveridge & Peter Oldman Joe Brown and the Bruvvers "A Picture of You": released as Piccadilly 7N 35082; charts 17 May 1962, UK #2.
Joe Meek The Tornados "Telstar": recorded 16-17 July 1962; released August 1962 as Decca F 11494; charts 30 August 1962; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Love Me Do": recorded 4 September 1962; released 5 October 1962 as Parlophone 4949; charts 11 October 1962; UK #17.
     
1963    
Jerry Lordan Jet Harris and Tony Meehan "Diamonds": released as Decca F 11563; charts 10 January 1963; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Please Please Me": recorded 26 November 1962; released 11 January 1963 as Parlophone R 4983; charts 17 January 1963; UK #1.
Bruce Welch & Brian Bennett Cliff Richard and the Shadows "Summer Holiday": recorded 5 May 1962; released as Columbia DB 4977; charts 21 February 1963; UK #1.
Mitch Murray Gerry and the Pacemakers "How Do You Do It?": recorded 22 January 1963; released 1 March 1963 as Columbia DB 4987; charts 14 March 1963; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "From Me to You": recorded 5 March 1963; released 11 April 1963 as Parlophone R 5015; charts 18 April 1963; UK #1.
Mitch Murray Gerry and the Pacemakers "I Like It"; recorded 24 April 1963; released 24 May 1963 as Columbia DB 7041; charts 30 May 1963; UK #1.
Gordon Mills Johnny Kidd and the Pirates "I'll Never Get Over You": recorded 16 May 1963; released 14 June 1963 as HMV POP 1173; charts 25 July 1963; UK #4.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas "Bad to Me": recorded 27 June 1963; released 26 July 1963 as Parlophone R 5049; charts 1 August 1963; UK #1.
Mitch Murray with Freddie Garrity Freddie and the Dreamers "I'm Telling You Now": recorded 8 July 1963; released August 1963 as Columbia DB 7096; charts 8 August 1963; UK #2.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "She Loves You": recorded 1 & 4 July 1963; released 22 August 1963 as Parlophone R 5055; charts 29 August 1963; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Rolling Stones "I Wanna Be Your Man": recorded 10 September 1963; released 1 November 1963 as Decca F 11764; charts14 November 1963; UK #9.
Gordon Mills Johnny Kidd and the Pirates "Hungry for Love": recorded 11 October 1963; released 8 November 1963 as HMV POP 1228; charts 28 November 1963; UK #20.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "I Want to Hold Your Hand": recorded 17 October 1963; released 29 November 1963 as Parlophone R 5084; charts 5 December 1963; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "This Boy": recorded 17 October 1963; released 29 November 1963 as Parlophone R 5084 (b side to "I Want to Hold Your Hand").
Ivor Raymonde & Mike Hawker Dusty Springfield "I Only Want to Be with You": recorded 17 October 1963; released 4 December 1963 as Philips BF 1292; charts 11 January 1964; UK #12.
Dave Clark & Mike Smith The Dave Clark Five "Glad All Over": released as Columbia DB 7154; charts 21 November 1963; UK #1.
     
1964    
Gerry Marsden Gerry and the Pacemakers "I'm the One": recorded 9 December 1963; released 10 January 1964 as Columbia DB 7189; charts 16 January 1964; UK #2.
Dave Clark & Mike Smith The Dave Clark Five "Bits and Pieces": released 14 January 1964 as Columbia DB 7210; charts 20 January 1964; UK #2.
Ivor Raymonde & Mike Hawker Dusty Springfield "Stay Awhile": released as Philips BF 1313; charts 20 February 1964, UK #13.
Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, & Phil Spector The Rolling Stones "Little by Little": recorded 28 January 1964; released as the b-side to "Not Fade Away," Decca AT 15006, 21 February 1964.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "Tell Me (You're Coming Back to Me)": recorded February 1964; released on The Rolling Stones, Decca LP LK 4605, 17 April 1964.
Geoff Stephens & Les Reed The Applejacks "Tell Me When": recorded 12 January 1964; released as Decca F 11833; charts 5 March 1964; UK #7
John Lennon & Paul McCartney Peter and Gordon "A World without Love": recorded 21 January 1964; released 22 February 1964 as Columbia DB 7225; charts 12 March 1964; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Can't Buy Me Love": recorded 29 January and 24 February 1964; released 20 March 1964 as Parlophone R 5114; charts 26 March 1964; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "You Can't Do That": released as the b-side to "Can't Buy Me Love."
Gerry Marsden Gerry and the Pacemakers "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying": recorded 9 December 1963; released 10 April 1964 as Columbia DB 7268; charts 16 April 1964; UK # 6.
Dave Clark & Mike Smith Dave Clark Five "Can't You See that She's Mine": released 21 May 1964 as Columbia DB 7291; charts 28 May 1964; UK #10.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney Peter and Gordon "Nobody I Know": released 29 May 1964 as Columbia DB 7292; charts 4 June 1964; UK #10.
Ken Howard & Alan Blaikley The Honeycombs "Have I the Right": released 16 June 1964 as Pye 7N 15664; charts 23 July 1964; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "A Hard Day's Night": recorded 16 April 1964; released 10 July 1964 as Parlophone R 5160; charts 10 July 1964; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "If I Fell": recorded 27 February 1964; released 10 July 1964 on A Hard Day's Night [LP].
Ray Davies The Kinks "You Really Got Me": released 4 August 1964 as Pye 7N 15673; charts 13 August 1964; UK #1.
Geoff Stephens Dave Berry "The Crying Game": released 10 July 1964; charts 6 August 1964; UK #5.
Keith Richard & Mick Jagger Marianne Faithful "As Tears Go By": recorded 28 May 1964; released 26 June 1964 as Decca F 11923; charts 13 August 1964; UK #9.
Rod Argent The Zombies "She's Not There": recorded 12 June 1964; relased 24 July 1964 as Decca F 11940; charts 13 August 1964; UK # 12.
Gerry Marsden Gerry and the Pacemakers "It's Gonna Be Alright": recorded 26 May 1964; released 28 August 1964 as Columbia DB 7353; charts 3 September 1964; UK #24.
Eric Burdon & Alan Price The Animals "I'm Crying": recorded 31 July 1964; released 17 September 1964 as Columbia DB 7354; charts 17 September 1964; UK #8.
Ray Davies The Kinks "All Day and All of the Night": recorded 23 September 1964; released 23 October 1964 as Pye 7N 15714; charts 29 October 1964; UK #2.
Van Morrison Them "Gloria": recorded 6 April 1964; released 6 November as Decca F 12018 (the b-side to "Baby Please Don't Go"); charts 7 January 1965.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "I Feel Fine": recorded 18 October 1964; released 27 November 1964 as Parlophone R 5200; charts 27 November 1964; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "She's a Woman": recorded 8 October 1964; released as the b-side to "I Feel Fine."
Tom Springfield The Seekers "I'll Never Find another You": released 4 December 1964 as Columbia DB 7341; charts 7 January 1965; UK #1.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "Heart of Stone": recorded 2-3 November 1964, released in the US 19 December 1964; US #19.
Tony Hatch Petula Clark "Downtown": released as Pye 7N 15722 charts 12 November 1964; UK #2.
     
1965    
Ray Davies The Kinks "Tired of Waiting for You": recorded 25 August 1964; released15 January 1965; charts21 January 1965; UK #1.
Pete Townshend The Who "I Can't Explain": recorded November 1964; released 15 January 1965 as Brunswick 05926; charts 18 February 1965; UK #6.
Les Reed & Gordon Mills Tom Jones "It's Not Unusual": recorded 14 December 1964; released 22 January 1965 as Decca F 12062; charts 11 February 1965; UK #1.
John Carter & Ken Lewis The Ivy League "Funny How Love Can Be": released 29 January 1965 as Piccadilly 7N 35222; charts 4 February 1965; UK #8.
Rod Argent The Zombies "Tell Her No": recorded 25 November 1964; released 29 January 1965 as Decca F 11940; charts 11 February 1965; UK #42.
John Carter & Ken Lewis Herman's Hermits "Can't You Hear My Heart Beat": released as Columbia DB 7475 (b side to "Silhuettes").
Tommy Moeller & Gregg Parker Unit 4 + 2 "Concrete and Clay": released in February 1965 as Decca F 11821; charts 25 February 1965; UK #1.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "The Last Time": recorded January 1965; released 26 February 1965 as Decca F 12104; charts 4 March 1965; UK #1.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "Play with Fire": recorded February 1965; released 26 February 1965 as the b side to "The Last Time".
Tony Hatch Petula Clark "I Know a Place": released as Pye 7N 15772; charts 11 February 1965; UK #17.
Donovan Leitch Donovan "Catch the Wind": released 12 March as Pye 7N 15801; charts 25 March 1965; UK #4.
Graham Gouldman The Yardbirds "For Your Love": released March 1965 as Columbia DB 7499, charts, UK #3.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Ticket to Ride": recorded 15 February 1965; released 9 April 1965 as Parlophone R 5265, charts 15 April 1965; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Yes It Is": recorded 16 April 1965; released as the b side to "Ticket to Ride," 9 April 1965.
John Carter & Ken Lewis The Ivy League "That's Why I'm Crying": released 9 April 1965as Piccadilly 7N 35228; charts 6 May 1965; UK #22.
Ray Davies The Kinks "Set Me Free": recorded 13-14 May 1965; released 21 May 1965 as Pye 7N 15854; charts 27 May 1965; UK #9.
Dave Clark & Mike Smith The Dave Clark Five "Come Home": released 21 May 1965 as Columbia DB 7508, charts 27 May 1965, UK #16.
Pete Townshend The Who "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere": recorded 14 April 1965; released 21 May 1965 as Brunswick 05935; charts 27 May 1965; UK #10.
Graham Gouldman The Yardbirds "Heart Full of Soul": released 28 May 1965 as Columbia DB 7594; charts 17 June 1965; UK #2.
Donovan Leitch Donovan "Colours": released 28 May 1965 as Pyle 7N 15866; charts 3 June 1965; UK #4.
John Carter & Ken Lewis The Ivy League "Tossing and Turning": released 18 June 1965 as Piccadilly 7N 35251; charts 24 June 1965; UK #3.
Ray Davies Dave Berry "This Strange Effect": released 2 July 1965 as Decca F 12188; charts 22 July 1965; UK #37.
Dave Clark & Mike Smith The Dave Clark Five "Catch Us if You Can": released 8 July 1965; charts 15 July 1965; UK #5.
Roger Cook & Roger Greenaway The Fortunes "You've Got Your Troubles": released as Decca F 12173; charts 8 July 1965; UK #2.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Help": recorded 13 April 1965; released 23 July 1965 as Parlophone R 5305; charts 29 July 1965; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "I'm Down": recorded 14 June 1965; released as the b side to "Help," 23 July 1965.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Yesterday": recorded 14 June 1965; released on the LP Help!, 6 August 1965.
Ray Davies The Kinks "See My Friends": recorded 3 May 1965; released 30 July 1965 as Pye 7N 15919; charts 5 August 1965; UK #10.
Jonathan King Jonathan King "Everyone's Gone to the Moon": released as Decca F 12187; charts 29 July 1965; UK #4.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction": recorded 12 May 1965; released 20 August 1965; charts 26 August 1965; UK #1.
Graham Gouldman & Charles Silverman The Hollies "Look through any Window": released 27 August 1965 as Parlophone R 5322; charts 2 September 1965; UK #4.
Ray Davies The Kinks "A Well Respected Man": recorded 5 August 1965; released 17 September 1965 on EP Kwyet Kinks, Pyle NEP 24221; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Silkie "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away": released as Fontana TF 603; charts 23 September 1965; UK #28.
Graham Gouldman The Yardbirds "Evil Hearted You": released 24 September 1965 as Columbia DB 7706; charts 14 October 1965; UK #3.
Les Reed & Barry Mason The Fortunes "Here It Comes Again": released September 1965 as Decca F 12321; charts 7 October 1965; UK #15.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "Get Off of My Cloud": released 22 October 1965 as Decca F 12331; charts 28 October 1965; UK #1.
Pete Townshend The Who "My Generation": recorded 13 October 1965; released 29 October 1965 as Brunswick 05944; charts 4 November 1965, UK #2.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Day Tripper": recorded 18 October 1965; released 3 December 1965 as Parlophone R 5389, charts 9 December 1965; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "We Can Work It Out": recorded 20 October 1965; released as the b side to "Day Tripper 3 December 1965.
George Harrison The Hollies "If I Needed Someone": recorded 17 November 1965; released 3 December 1965 as Parlophone R 5392; charts 9 December 1965; UK #20.
Jackie Edwards The Spencer Davis Group "Keep on Running": released in November 1965 as Fontana TF 632; charts 2 December 1965; UK #1.
     
1966    
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Overlanders "Michelle": released 7 January 1966 as Pye 7N 17034; charts 13 January 1966; UK #1.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "19th Nervous Breakdown": recorded 3-8 December 1965; released 4 February 1966 as Decca F 12331; charts 10 February 1966; UK #2.
Paul Samwell-Smith, Keith Relf, & Jim McCarty The Yardbirds "Shapes of Things": released 25 February 1966 as Columbia DB 7848; charts 3 March 1966; UK #3.
Ray Davies The Kinks "Dedicated Follower of Fashion": recorded 7, 10, 11 February 1966; released 25 February 1966 as Pye 7N 17064; charts 3 March 1966; UK #4.
Pete Townshend The Who "Substitute": recorded February 1966; released 4 March 1966 as Reaction 591 001; charts 10 March 1966; UK #5.
Jackie Edwards The Spencer Davis Group "Somebody Help Me": released 18 March 1966 as Fontana TF 679; charts 24 March 1966; UK #1.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger Cliff Richard and the Shadows "Blue Turns to Grey": released 11 March 1966 as Columbia DB 7866; charts 24 March 1966; UK #15.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "Paint It Black": recorded 6-9 March 1966; released 13 May 1966 as Decca F 12395; charts 19 May 1966, UK #1.
Chris Dreja, Jim McCarty, Jeff Beck, Keith Relf, & Paul Samwell-Smith The Yardbirds "Over, Under, Sideways, Down": released 29 May 1966 as Columbia DB 7928; charts 2 June 1966; UK#10.
Ray Davies The Kinks "Sunny Afternoon": released 3 June 1966 as Pye 7N 17125; charts 9 June 1966; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Paperback Writer": recorded on 14 April 1966; released 10 June 1966 as Parlophone R 5452; charts 16 June 1966; UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Rain": recorded 14-16 April 1966; released 10 June 1966 as Parlophone R 5452; charts 16 June 1966; UK #1.
Graham Gouldman The Hollies "Bus Stop": recorded 18 May 1966; released 17 June 1966 as Parlophone R 5469; charts 23 June 1966; UK #2.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger Chris Farlowe "Out of Time": released 17 June 1966 as Immediate IM 035; charts 23 June 1966, UK #1.
Tony Hayes, Steve Wadley, & Michelle Grainger Los Bravos "Black Is Black": released as Decca F 22419; charts 30 June 1966, UK #2.
Kenny Pickett & Eddie Phillips The Creation "Making Time": released as Planet PLF 116; charts 7 July 1966, UK #49.
Reg Presley The Troggs "With a Girl Like You": released as Fontana TF 717; charts 14 July 1966, UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Yellow Submarine": recorded 26 May 1966; released 5 August 1966 as Parlophone R 5493; charts 11 August 1966, UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Eleanor Rigby": recorded 28-29 April 1966; released 5 August 1966 as Parlophone R 5493; charts 11 August 1966, UK #1.
Steve Marriott & Ronnie Lane The Small Faces "All or Nothing": released 5 August 1966 as Decca F 12470; charts 11 August 1966, UK #1.
Peter Townshend The Who "The Kids Are Alright": released 12 August 1966 as Brunswick 05965; charts 1 September 1966, UK #41.
Jackie Edwards & Steve Winwood The Spencer Davis Group "When I Come Home": released 26 August 1966 as Fontana TF 739; charts 1 September 1966, UK #12
Pete Townshend The Who "I'm a Boy": recorded August 1966; released 26 August 1966 as Reaction 591 004; charts 1 September 1966, UK #1.
Geoff Stephens The New Vaudeville Band "Winchester Cathedral" released as Fontana TF 741; charts 8 September 1966, UK #4.
Mike Leander & Gordon Mills Peter and Gordon "Lady Godiva": recorded 29 July 1966; released 22 September 1966; charts 22 September 1966, UK #16.
Keith Richards & Mick Jagger The Rolling Stones "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?": recorded August-September 1966; released 23 September 1966 as Decca F 12497; charts 29 September 1966, UK #5.
Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, & Graham Nash The Hollies "Stop Stop Stop": recorded 17 August 1966; released 7 October 1966 as Parlophone R 5469; charts 13 October 1966, UK #5.
John Carter & Geoff Stephens The Ivy League "My World Fell Down": released 14 October 1966;
Cat Stevens Cat Stevens "I Love My Dog": released as Deram DM 102; charts 20 October 1966, UK #28.
Jack Bruce & Peter Brown Cream "Wrapping Paper": released 7 October 1966 as Reaction 591 007; charts 20 October 1966, UK#34.
John Carter & Geoff Stephens Manfred Mann "Semi-detached Suburban Mr. James": released 21 October 1966 as Fontana TF 757; charts 21 October 1966, UK #2.
Chris Dreja, Jim McCarty, Jeff Beck, Keith Relf, & Paul Samwell-Smith The Yardbirds "Happenings 10 Years Time Ago": released 7 October 1966 as Columbia DB 8024; charts 27 October 1966, UK #43.
Steve Winwood The Spencer Davis Group "Gimme Some Loving": released 28 October 1966 as Fontana TF 739; charts 3 November 1966, UK #2
Kenny Pickett & Eddie Phillips The Creation "Painter Man": released as Planet PLF 119; charts 3 November 1966, UK #36.
Graham Gouldman Wayne Fontana "Pamela Pamela": released 18 November 1966 as Fontana TF 770; charts 8 December 1966, UK # 11.
Ray Davies The Kinks "Dead End Street": released 18 November 1966 as Pye 7N 17222; charts 24 November 1966, UK #5.
Donovan Leitch Donovan "Sunshine Superman": recorded January 1966; released 8 December 1966 as Pye 7N 17241; charts 19 December 1966, UK # 2.
Pete Townshend The Who "Happy Jack": recorded 8-10 November 1966; released 9 December 1966 as Reaction 591 010; charts 15 December 1966, UK #3.
Jack Bruce & Peter Brown Cream "I Feel Free": recorded September 1966; released as Reaction 591 011; charts 15 December 1966, UK #11.
     
1967    
Mick Jagger & Keith Richard The Rolling Stones "Let's Spend the Night Together": recorded November-December 1966; released 13 January 1967 as Decca F 12546; charts 19 January 1966; UK #3.
Mick Jagger & Keith Richard The Rolling Stones "Ruby Tuesday": recorded November-December 1966; released as the b-side to "Let's Spend the Night Together."
Steve Winwood & Jimmy Miller The Spencer Davis Group "I'm a Man": released 20 January 1967 as Fontana TF 762; charts 26 January 1967, UK #9.
Geoff Stephens & Les Reed Herman's Hermits "There's a Kind of Hush": released as Columbia DB 8123; charts 9 February 1967, UK #7.
Donovan Leitch Donovan "Mellow Yellow": released 4 February 1967 as Pye 7N 17267; charts 9 February 1967, UK #8.
Allan Clarke, Tony Hickes, & Graham Nash The Hollies "On a Carousel": recorded 13 January 1967; released 10 February 1967 as Parlophone R 5562; charts 16 February 1967, UK # 4.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Penny Lane" / "Strawberry Fields" released 17 February 1967 as Parlophone R 5570, charts 23 February 1966, UK #2.
Jim Dale & Tom Springfield The Seekers "Georgie Girl": recorded in 1966; released as Columbia DB 8134; charts 23 February 1967, UK #3.
Bill Matin & Phil Coulter Sandie Shaw "Puppet on a String": released as Pye 7N 17272; charts 16 March 1967, UK #1.
Tony Hazzard Manfred Mann "'Ha Ha," Said the Clown": released as Fontana TF 812; charts 30 March 1967, UK #4.
Syd Barrett Pink Floyd "Arnold Layne": recorded 27 February 1967; released 10 March 1967 as Columbia DB 8156; charts 30 March 1967, UK # 20.
Pete Townshend The Who "Pictures of Lily": released 22 April 1967 as Track 604 002; charts 27 April 1967, UK #4.
Barry Gibb & Robin Gibb The Bee Gees "New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen My Wife, Mr. Jones)": released 14 April 1967 as Polydor 56 161; charts 27 April 1967, UK #12.
Ray Davies The Kinks "Waterloo Sunset": released 5 May 1967 as Pye 7N 17321; charts 11 May 1967, UK #2.
Geoff Stephens & Alan Klein New Vaudeville Band "Finchley Central": released 5 May 1967 as Fontana TF 824; charts 11 May 1967, UK #11.
Gary Brooker, Keith Reid, and Matthew Fisher Procol Harum "A Whiter Shade of Pale": released 13 May 1967 as Deram DM 126; charts 25 May 1967; UK #1.
Allan Clarke, Tony Hickes, & Graham Nash The Hollies "Carrie-Anne": recorded 1 May 1967; released 26 May 1967 as Parlophone R 5602; charts 1 June 1967, UK #3.
Steve Winwood & Jim Capaldi Traffic "Paper Sun": released 27 May 1967 as Island WIP 6002; charts 1 June 1967, UK #5.
Steve Marriott & Ronnie Lane The Small Faces "Here Comes the Nice": released 2 June 1967 as Immediate IM 050; charts 8 June 1967; UK #12.
Eric Clapton, Felix Pappalardi, Gail Collins Cream "Strange Brew": released 2 June 1967 as Reaction 591 015; charts 8 June 1967, UK #7.
Syd Barrett Pink Floyd "See Emily Play": released 16 June 1967 as Columbia DB 8214; charts 22 June 1967, UK #6.
Dave Davies The Kinks "Death of a Clown": released 8 July 1967 as Pye 7N 17356; charts 19 July 1967, UK #3.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "All You Need Is Love": recorded in June 1967; released 8 July 1967 as Parlophone R 5620; charts 12 July 1967, UK #1.
Steve Marriott & Ronnie Lane The Small Faces "Itchycoo Park": released 4 August 1967 as Immediate IM 057; charts 9 August 1967, UK #3.
Les Reed & Barry Mason Englebert Humperdinck "The Last Waltz": released as Decca F 12655; charts 23 August 1967, UK #1.
John Carter & Ken Lewis Flowerpot Men "Let's Go to San Francisco": released as Deram DM 142; charts 23 August 1967; UK #4.
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards The Rolling Stones "We Love You" / "Dandelion": released 19 August 1967 as Decca F 12654; charts 23 August 1967, UK #8.
Roy Wood The Move "Flowers in the Rain": released 1 September 1967 as Regal Zonophone RZ3001; charts 6 September 1967, UK #2.
Dave Mason Traffic "Hole in My Shoe": released 26 August 1967 as Island WIP 6017; charts 6 September 1967, UK #2.
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, & Maurice Gibb The Bee Gees "Massachusetts": released as Polydor 56 192; charts 20 September 1967, UK #1.
Tony MacAuley & John MacLeod The Foundations "Baby, Now that I've Found You": released as Pye 7N 17366; charts 27 September 1967, UK #1.
Gary Brooker & Keith Reid Procol Harum "Homburg": released 30 September 1967 as Regal Zonophone RZ 3003; charts 4 October 1967, UK #6.
Pete Townshend The Who "I Can See for Miles": released 14 October 1967 as Track 604 011; charts 18 October 1967, UK #10.
Ray Davies The Kinks "Autumn Almanac": released 13 October 1967 as Pyle 7N 17400; charts 18 October 1967, UK #3.
Reg Presley The Troggs "Love Is All Around": released14 October 1967 as Page One POF 040; charts 18 October 1967, UK #5.
Eric Burdon, Vic Briggs, John Weider, Barry Jenkins, & Danny McCulloch Eric Brudon and the Animals "San Franciscan Nights": released as MGM 1359; charts 18 October 1967, UK #7.
Donovan Donovan "There Is a Mountain": released 21 October 1967 as Pye 7N 17403; charts 25 October 1967, UK #8.
Les Reed & Barry Mason The Dave Clark Five "Everybody Knows": released 28 October 1967 as Columbia DB 8286; charts 1 November 1967, UK #2.
Tony MacAuley & John MacLeod Long John Baldry "Let the Heartaches Begin": released 28 October 1967 as Pye 7N 17385; charts 8 November 1967, UK #1.
Les Reed & Barry Mason Tom Jones "I'm Coming Home": recorded 1 November 1967; released 17 November 1967 as Decca F 12693; charts 22 November 1967, UK #2.
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, & Maurice Gibb Bee Gees "World": released as Polydor 56 220; charts 22 November 1967, UK #9.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Hello Goodbye" / "I Am the Walrus": released 24 November 1967 as Parlophone R 5655; charts 29 November 1967, UK #1.
Steve Winwood, Dave Mason, Chris Wood, & Jim Capaldi Traffic "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" / "Coloured Rain": released 24 November 1967 as Island WIP 6025; charts 29 November 1967, UK #8.
Steve Marriott & Ronnie Lane Small Faces "Tin Soldier": released 2 December 1967 as Immediate IM 062; charts 6 December 1967, UK #9.
Peter Callander & Mitch Murray Georgie Fame "Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde": released 1 December 1967 as CBS 3124; charts 13 December 1967, UK #1.
Mike D'Abo Chris Farlowe "Handbags and Gladrags": released 17 November 1967 as Immediate IM 065, UK #33.
     
1968    
Tony MacAuley & John MacLeod Herman's Hermits "I Can Take or Leave Your Loving": released as Columbia DB 8327; charts 17 January 1968, UK #11.
Francis Rossi Status Quo "Pictures of Matchstick Men": released as Pye 7N 17449; charts 24 January 1968, UK #7.
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, & Maurice Gibb The Bee Gees "Words": released 26 January 1968 as Polydor 56 229; charts 31 January 1968, UK #8.
Roy Wood The Move "Fire Brigade": released 19 January 1968 as Regal Zonophone RZ 3005; charts 7 February 1968, UK #3.
Ken Howard & Alan Blaikley Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick, & Tich "The Legend of Xanadu": released 9 February 1968 as Fontana TF 903; charts 14 February 1968, UK #1.
Donovan Leitch Donovan "Jennifer Juniper": released 16 February 1968 as Pye 7N 17457; charts 21 February 1968, UK #5.
Les Reed & Barry Mason Tom Jones "Delilah": recorded 20 December 1967; released 23 February 1968 as Decca F 12747; charts 28 February 1968, UK #2.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Lady Madonna": released 15 March 1968 as Parlophone R 5675; charts 20 March 1968, UK #1.
George Harrison The Beatles "The Inner Light": released 15 March 1968 as Parlophone R 5675 (b-side of "Lady Madonna").
Bill Martin & Phil Coulter Cliff Richard "Congratulations:" recorded 3 February 1968; released 15 March 1968 as Columbia DB 8376; charts 20 March 1968, UK #1.
Allan Clarke & Graham Nash The Hollies "Jennifer Eccles": recorded 3 February 1968; released 22 March 1968 as Parlophone R 5680; charts 27 March 1968, UK #7.
Steve Marriott & Ronnie Lane Small Faces "Lazy Sunday": released 5 April 1968 as Immediate IM 064; charts 17 April 1968, UK #2.
Ray Davies The Kinks "Wonderboy": released 5 April 1968 as Pye 7N 17468; charts 17 April 1968, UK #36.
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards The Rolling Stones "Jumpin' Jack Flash": recorded March 1968; released 23 May 1968 as Decca F 12782; charts 29 May 1968, UK #1.
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards The Rolling Stones "Street Fighting Man": recorded May 1968; released 6 December 1968 on Beggar's Banquet (Decca
Donovan Leitch Donovan "Hurdy Gurdy Man": released as Pye 7N 17537; charts 29 May 1968, UK #4.
Tony Hazzard Manfred Mann "My Name Is Jack": released as Fontana TF 8943; charts 12 June 1968, UK #8.
Arthur Brown, Vincent Crane, Mike Finesilver, & Peter Ker. Arthur Brown "Fire": released 14 June 1968 as Track 604 022; charts 26 June 1968, UK #1.
Cliff Richard & James Collier Cliff Richard "I'll Love You Forever Today": recorded 2 February 1968; released 21 June 1968 as Columbia DB 8437; charts 26 June 1968, UK #27.
Ken Howard & Alan Blaikley Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick, & Tich "Last Night in Soho": released as Fontana TF 953; charts 3 July 1968, UK #8.
Geoff Stephens & John Carter Herman's Hermits "Sunshine Girl": released 12 July 1968 as Columbia DB 8446; charts 17 July 1968, UK #8.
Ray Davies The Kinks "Days": released 28 June 1968 as Pye 7N 17573; charts 17 July 1968, UK #12.
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, & Maurice Gibb The Bee Gees "I've Just Gotta Get a Message to You": released 2 August 1968 as Polydor 56 273; charts 7 August 1968, UK #1.
Justin Hayward The Moody Blues "Voices in the Sky": released in June 1968 as Deram DB 196; charts 7 August 1968, UK #27.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Hey Jude": released 30 August 1968 as Apple R 5722; charts 4 September 1968, UK #1.
Jack Bruce, Peter Brown, & Eric Clapton Cream "Sunshine of Your Love": recorded in May 1967; released 27 September 1968 as Polydor 56 268; charts 9 October 1968, UK #25.
Paul Ryan Barry Ryan "Eloise": released 4 October 1968 as MGM 1442; charts 23 October 1968, UK #2.
Pete Townshend The Who "Magic Bus": released 11 October 1968 as Track 604 024; charts 23 October 1968, UK 26.
Tony MacAuley & Mike D'Abo Foundations "Build Me Up, Butter Cup": released 8 November 1968 as Pye 7N 17636; charts 20 November 1968, UK #2.
Peter Green Fleetwood Mac "Albatross": released 29 November 1968 as Blue Horizon 57 3145; charts 4 December 1968, UK #1.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney Marmalade "Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da": released 29 November 1968 as CBS 3892; charts 4 December 1968, UK #1.
Tony Hazzard Manfred Mann "Fox on the Run": released as Fontana TF 985; charts 18 December 1968, UK #5.
Roy Wood The Move "Blackberry Way": released 29 November 1968 as Regal Zonophone RZ 3015; charts 25 December 1968, UK #1.
     
1969    
Jack Bruce & Peter Brown Cream "White Room": released 3 January 1969 as Polydor 56 300; charts 15 January 1969, UK #28.
Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, & Maurice Gibb Bee Gees "First of May": released as Polydor 56 304; charts 19 February 1969, UK #6.
Peter Sarstedt Peter Sarstedt "Where Do You Go to, My Lovely": released 5 February 1969 as United Artists UP 2262; charts 5 February 1969, UK #1.
Tony Hazzard The Tremeloes "Hello World": released as CBS 4065; charts 19 March 1969, UK #14.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney Mary Hopkin "Goodbye": recorded 2 March 1969; released 28 March 1969 as Apple 10; charts 2 April 1969, UK #2.
George Harrison & Eric Clapton Cream "Badge": recorded 2 October 1968; released 28 February 1969 as Polydor 56 315; charts 9 April 1969, UK #18.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Get Back": recorded 28 January 1969; released 11 April 1969 as Apple R 5777; charts 16 April 1969, UK #1.
Geoff Stephens & John Carter Herman's Hermits "My Sentimental Friend": released as Columbia DB 8563; charts 23 April 1969, UK #2.
Peter Callander & Mitch Murray Manfred Mann "Ragamuffin Man": released as Fontana TF 1013; charts 30 April 1969, UK #8.
Jim Dale Des O'Connor "Dick-a-Dum-Dum (King's Road)": released as Columbia DB 8566; charts 7 May 1969, UK #14.
Ian Anderson Jethro Tull "Living in the Past": released as Island WP 6056; charts 14 May 1969, UK #3.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Ballad of John and Yoko": recorded 14 April 1969; released 30 May 1969 as Apple R 5786; charts 4 June 1969, UK #1.
Gary Brooker & Keith Reid Procol Harum "A Salty Dog": released as Regal Zonophone RZ 3019; charts 18 June 1969, UK #44.
Mick Jagger & Keith Richards The Rolling Stones "Honky Tonk Women": released 4 July 1969 as Decca F 12952; charts 9 July 1969, UK #1.
John Lennon & Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band "Give Peace a Chance": released as Apple 13; charts 9 July 1969, UK #2.
Donovan Leitch Donovan with the Jeff Beck Group "Goo Goo Barabajagal (Love Is Hot)": released as Pye 7N 17778; charts 9 July 1969, UK #12.
Steve Marriott Humble Pie "Natural Born Bugie": released as Immediate IM 082; charts 23 August 1969, UK #4.
David Bowie David Bowie "Space Oddity": released as Philips BF 1801; charts 6 September 1969, UK #5.
Hank Marvin Cliff Richard & Hank Marvin "Throw Down a Line": recorded 2 May 1969; released as Columbia DB 8615; charts 13 September 1969, UK #7.
George Harrison The Beatles "Something": released 31 November 1969 as Apple R 5814; charts 8 November 1969; UK #4.
John Lennon & Paul McCartney The Beatles "Come Together" released as the b side to "Something."
Ray Davies The Kinks "Victoria": released 12 December 1969 as Pye 7N 17865; charts 10 January 1970, UK #33.