|1 June 1962||Issue No. 803|
|Hellicar, Mike||London Reunion for Frank Sinatra & Nelson Riddle||2|
|Gray, Andy||Piano Speaks for Erroll Garner||2|
|Johnson, Derek||C-and-W Stars Pay a Friendly Call on Britain [Country-Western Tour]||2|
|Advertisement||New Releases from CBS: 'Stranger on the Shore,' Andy Williams; 'I Waited Too Long,' Terry Day; 'Yes My Darling Daughter,' Eydie Gorme||2|
|Hutchins, Chris||Elvis: Then and Now [Interview with friend, Johnny Burnette]||3|
|Hentoff, Nat||American Airmail [US Pop News]||3|
|Fordyce, Keith||Pop Reviews featuring:
Joanie, Carol 'Angry' Rivals [Joanie Sommers, Carol Deane]
Sinatra Scores with Single and Album
"Dreaming Up a Storm" / "Drum Stomp," Sandy Nelson (London)
"Once in a Lifetime" / "Someone Nice Like You," Sammy Davis (Reprise)
"Number One Man" / "If Only I Had Known," Bruce Channel (Mercury)
"What More Can I Say" / "Ever Since the Day You Left Town," Clinton Ford (Oriole)
"Stranger on the Shore" / "I Want to Be Wanted," Andy Williams (CBS)
"Gino (Zwei Kleine Italiener)" / "Midi-Midinette," Conny (Columbia)
"My Real Name" / "My Heart Is Bleeding," Fats Domino (London)
"Angela" / "Did You," Jay & Tommy Scott (Decca)
"South Sea Bubble" / "Traitor's Tide," Tony Osborne (HMV)
"Uptown" / "The Makings of a Man," Peter Gordeno (Parlophone)
"Teach Me Tonight" / "After the Lights Go Down Low," George Maharis (Columbia)
Sinatra and Strings, Frank Sinatra (Reprise)
The Kenny Ball Show (Pye) [trad, live recording of April 1 performance at Liverpool Empire]
Dean Martin French Style, Dean Martin (Reprise)
Brian Hyland, Brian Hyland
|Advertisement||Best Ember Records: "Toy Piano," Gliss Anders; "The Great Matchmaker," Grant Tracy; "Darling I Love You," Al Martino; "Walking Cane," Billy Duke||4|
|Advertisement||EMI New Pops: "Number One Man," Bruce Channel; "Supercar," Charles Blackwell and His Orchestra; "Theme from Dr. Kildare (Three Stars Will Shine Tonight)," Richard Chamberlain||5|
|NME||Top Thirty Singles
1. "Good Luck Charm," Elvis Presley (RCA)
2. "Come Outside," Mike Sarne (Parlophone)
3. "I'm Looking Out the Window," Cliff Richard (Columbia)
4. "Nut Rocker" B. Bumble (Top Rank)
5. "As You Like It," Adam Faith (Parlophone)
|n/a||NME Best Selling
Pop Records, Billboard (US):
1. "I Can't Stop Loving You," Ray Charles
2. "Stranger on the Shore," Acker Bilk
3. "Soldier Boy," Shirelles
4. "Lovers Who Wander," Dion
5. "Mashed Potato Time," Des Dee Sharp
|n/a||Best Selling Sheet
Music in Britain:
1. "Nut Rocker" (Ardmore & Beechwood)
2. "Wonderful World of the Young" (Leeds)
3. "Good Luck Charm" (Belinda)
4. "I'm Looking Out The Window" (Chappell)
5. "Can't Help Falling In Love" (Manor)
Jokes with Bilk [Acker Bilk]
Odd-job Boy Waxes [Gerry Reno, Decca Records]
Andy and Lena Score [Andy Stewart, Lena Martell]
Nelson Riddle LP MD for Bassey and Williams [Shirley Bassey, Danny Williams]
Ball in 'Startime' and 'All That Jazz' [Kenny Ball]
To Replace 'Tonight' [BBC-TV, Kenny Ball, Acker Bilk, Chris Barber]
Mancini Win Grammy Honours [Judy Garland, Chubby Checker, Henry Mancini]
Tommy Steele in 'Lucy Stars' [ABC-TV]
BBC Revise Pop Music Shows
|n/a||Tony Meehan to Work
for Cliff and Shadows [former drummer]
British Stars in Sinatra Show [Cleo Laine, Des O'Connor]
Bilk's Road Manager Joins His TV Series [AJ Cutler]
Winnick Dies [Maurice Winnick]
|Hellicar, Mike||Swingin'!: That's Our Norman with a 'Touch of the Frank Sinatras' [Norman Vaughan]||8|
|Johnson, Derek||'Ginny' Is Lucky for Steve [Steve Perry]||8|
|Cogan, Alma||Dig My Japanese Billing [report from Tokyo]||8|
|Hutchins, Chris||'Hey! Baby' Here Comes Bruce Channel||9|
|Charleton, Bruce||Vince Hill: Chart Newcomer Was Miner by Day, Singer at Night!||9|
|n/a||Hollywood Music Men Holiday Here [Henry Mancini, David Rose]||9|
|Johnson, Derek||Joe Brown Goes Posh and Scores a Top Ten Hit!||10|
|n/a||From You to US [Readers' Letters]||10|
|n/a||AFN/Radio Luxembourg Program Guides||11|
|The Alley Cat||Tail Pieces [Pop News]||12|
|n/a||Minstrels' Non-Stop Harmony [The Black and White Minstrel Show]||12|
|Krystle Quinn, March 2005|
|8 June 1962||No. 804|
|Hellicar, Mike||Thunder Almost Ended Jimmy Justice Hit!||3|
Kane Reveals His
|Hutchins, Chris||Bruce Channel Vocally Entertaining||3|
Where (commencing Week of June 11, 1962)
London Palladium: Bruce Forsyth; Teddy Johnson; Pearl Carr; Eve Boswell
Brighton Hippodrome: Norman Vaughan; The Viscounts
Glasgow Empire: Andy Stewart
Liverpool Empire: David Whitfield
Newcastle Empire: Adam Faith; The Kestbels
Victoria Palace: The Black and White Minstrel Show
|n.a||Anka, a Guitar and a Glass of Wine||4|
Paul Anka, "A Steel Guitar and a Glass of Wine"
Jim Reeves, "Adios Amigos"; "A Letter to My Heart"
Terry Day, "I Waited Too Long"
Rose Brennan, "Listen to Me"
James Darren, "Conscience"
Johnny Keating, "Ya Ya"
Viscounts, "Everybody's Got a Ya Ya"
Susan Hayward, "You Bet I Would"
|n.a.||Eydie [Gorme] Goes Trad||4|
Duet with Doris Day and Andre Previn, Who Are We to Say
Kerry Lee, Greatest
Gene McDaniels, Tower of Strength
Ahmad Jamal, Alabama
Bing Crosby, Old Masters Vol. 3
Amanda Ambrose, Swings at the Black Orchid
Selling Lp's In Britain:
1. Blue Hawaii, Elvis Presley;
2. West Side Story, Soundtrack;
3. It's Trad Dad, Soundtrack;
4. South Pacific, Soundtrack;
5. The Young Ones, Cliff Rickards/Shadows
1. "Good Luck Charm," Elvis Presley;
2. "Come Outside," Mike Sarne;
3. "I'm Looking Out the Window," Cliff Richard;
4. "Nut Rocker," B. Bumble;
5. "Picture of You," Joe Brown
Selling Sheet Music:
1. "Nut Rocker," Ardmore and Beechwood;
2. "Wonderful World of the Young," Leeds;
3. "Good Luck Charm," Belinda;
4. "Stranger on the Shore," Sherwin;
5. "Softly As I Leave You," Robbins
Kane Top In
Groomed for 16 Months Before Cutting a Disc!
Names in the News
Tony Newley Waxed Again
British Bands for Seven Countries
Paramor Meets Cliff in Athens
Two Versions of Tune from EMI
Late Night Music
Second Acker Bilk Film Planned for Winter
Sarne Guests With Channel
Silent Pinky Flies Home
McClinton and Gene Vincent Waxing Here
Fordyce the Ref
Radio D-Js Join 'Jury'
Emile Ford's Four Irish TV Shows
Jazz On Third
No West End Venue for Fury's Film
Important LP for Donegan
Norman Vaughan, Viscounts Date
'Chelsea At Nine' Back
Gene Vincent Hopes to Live In Britain
Loudermilk's Loss Ends Europe Visit
New Aberbach Company
British MD Flies to Connie Francis
Faith, Vee and Many More- On Tape!
BBC's Out-Door Music Series
John Phillips Dies
The Show Goes On-Thanks To NME
On 'Beat' and 'Box'
Philips Distribute Riverside Next Week
Dora Bryan in Stage Musical
Walters in U.S.
Armstrong Film On TV
Joe Brown to Join Dion and Shannon
Pet Anne in Revived 'Big Night Out' Shows
Steele on 'Pops'
Springfield's disc in US
Sinatra Plans LP with Farnon
Debut for Four
No Date for Lee Pic
|Bromley, Tony||Why the Sudden Rave for Dave [Brubeck]?||8|
|n.a.||A Cool Look at British Jazz||8|
|Hentoff, Nat||American Airmail||8|
|Charlton, Bruce||Mr. Nashville||8|
|Hutchins, Chris||Bassey and Riddle Are Fine||8|
|Hutchins, Chris||Now It's Elvis The Comedian!||9|
|Johnson, Derek||How MARTY Came To Wax 'JEZEBEL'||9|
|Hutchins, Chris||Meet the Group: "Sounds Incorporated"||10|
|Michele Julian, 11 February 2005|
|15 June 1962||No. 805|
|Hellicar, Mike||The Billy Fury Show Brings Loudest Acclaim Ever!||2|
|Ware, John||Drake Sings Only One Disc Song||2|
|Hellicar, Mike||Surprise on the New Stateside Label||2|
|Baker, David L.||Trip of Pop Stars [Bert Weedon, Edmund Hockride, and Sheila Buxton]||2|
|Paramor, Norrie||Cliff's Whitsun Party and Cruise Was Reward for Hard Work||3|
|n.a.||Clinton Ford — Comedian!||3|
|n.a.||For the Whole Family||3|
|Fordyce, Keith||New Singles Reviewed:
Here's a Hit for Brenda [Lee] : "Here Comes That Feelin'"
Tommy [Steele] Should Win Battle with Brook [Benton]: "Hit Record"
Close Finish for Craig [Douglas] and Mr. [Gary] Criss: "Our Favourite Melodies"
Pet Clark: "Ya Ya Twist"
Louise Cordet: "I'm Just A Baby"
Ray Charles: "I Can't Stop Loving You"
Dorothy Provine: "Crazy Words — Crazy Tune"
Toni Fisher: "West of the Wall"
Charlie Drake: "I Bent My Assegi"
Freddy Cannon: "Palisades Park"
Hugo Monteneoro: "Twistin' At the Woodchoppers Ball"
David Lisbon: "Fish n' Chips"
Alan Littlejohn: "Out of the Blue"
Frank D'Rone: "Show Me the Way to Go Home"
Clarence Henry: "Dream Myself a Sweetheart"
|Evans, Allen||LPs Reviewed:
Roy Orbison, Crying
Eddie Fisher, Greatest Hits
Pete Kelly, Blues Songs
State Fair (soundtrack)
|Evans, Allen||Best Selling LPs
1. Blue Hawaii, Elvis Presley
2. West Side Story (soundtrack)
3. The Young Ones, Cliff Richard/Shadows
4. South Pacific (soundtrack)
5. Black and White Minstrel Show
|n.a.||NME Top Thirty:
1. "Good Luck Charm," Elvis Presley
2. "Come Outside," Mike Sarne
3. "I'm Looking Out the Window," Cliff Richard
4. "Picture of You," Joe Brown
5. "Ginny Come Lately," Brian Hyland
6. "Last Night Was Made for Love," Billy Fury
7. "As You Like It," Adam Faith
8. "Nut Rocker," B. Bumble
9. "I Don't Know Why," Eden Kane
10 "The Green Leaves of Summer," Kenny Ball
|n.a.||Latest Elvis Album
out Next Month
Malcolm Mitchell on First Aral LP
Rosemary Clooney Here
Names In the News [Bernard Cribbins, Bert Weedon, Johnny Kidd, Cephas Howard]
Miff Ferrie and Bruce Forsyth
Sinatra to Wax Second LP Here — of 'Swingers'!
Eddie Fisher Flies In to See Frank [Sinatra]
Carole [Gray] Is Now Tommy Steele's Leading Lady!
More Stars Sought for Cinebox Films
Trad in Parade
Shannon — Dion Package Venues Are Named
Fordyce Presents Stuid Requests
Karl's [of Karl Denver Trio] Bassist Back
Joe Brown in Last 'All That Jazz'
Helen Shapiro for Coventry
Five for Knokke
Two Bilk Discs Out in U.S. at Once
|n.a.||Exciting Film Plans
for Top Pop Artists
Justice Cuts Short Tour to Do Blackpool Shows
McClinton Cuts Another U.K. Disc
Newley, Ball Tracks in America
Shirley Bassey Flies to Venice
Crosby — at Last!
Hall Compers for Shane
[Ray] Charles, [Julie] London, [B.] Bumble [and the Stingers], [Freddy] Cannon Among Stars Sought for Britain
Vince Hill 'Dings'
Broadway Star for Granada TV Series
Compere Is D-J
Pete On 'Jury'
Stubby in 'Mikado'
Playing at Lords
|Charlton, Bruce||Richard Chamberlain Auditioned for One TV Series — and Got into Another!||8|
|Hutchins, Chris||Bruce Channel's Only 'Happy Trip' Was His Journey to Great Britain!||8|
|n.a.||From You to Us||8|
|Hellicar, Mike||Royalty Follows the Trad Fad!||9|
|n.a.||Twenty-Five Bands in One Day||9|
|Hentoff, Nat||American Airmail||9|
|Johnson, Derek||Bobby Vee (After His Lapse with 'Barbara') Makes a Recovery||10|
|Hutchins, Chris||Meet the Group: the Bruvvers||10|
|The Alley Cat||Tail-Pieces||12|
|Fullford, Jack||Matt Monro Only In Act||12|
|Michele Julian, February 2005|
|22 June 1962||No. 806|
|Johnson, Derek||The Shadows (and Cliff!) Screamed at Ray Charles||3|
|Hutchins, Chris||Meet the Group: The Fleerekkers||3|
Danny Williams, "Tears"
Tommy Bruce, "It's You"
Shane Fenton, "Cindy's Birthday"
Lonnie Donegan, "I'll Never Fall in Love Again"
Julie Grant, "So Many Ways"
Jimmy Dean, "Steel Men"
Rosemary Squires, "You Got"Philip Green, "Tiara Tahiti"
Frank Chacksfield, "Tiara Tahiti"
Cannonball Adderley, "This Here"
Darren Young, "My Tears Will Turn to Laughter"
Neil Sedaka, "Oh Delilah"
Eddie Calvert/Al Hirt, "Al Di La"
Patsy Cline, "When I Get Through with You"
Si Zentner and his Orchestra, "Up a Lazy River"
Johnny Dankworth and his Orchestra, "African Waltz"
Judd Proctor, "Backfire"
The Jolson Store, You Made Me Love You
The Many Sides of Gene Pitney
The Best of the Four Freshmen
1. West Side Story, Sound Track
2. Blue Hawaii, Elvis Presley
3. Sinatra and Strings, Frank Sinatra
4. Black and White Minstrel Show, George Mitchell
5. The Young Ones, Cliff Richards and the Shadows
1. Mike Sarne, "Come Outside"
2. Elvis Presley, "Good Luck Charm"
3. Joe Brown, "Picture of You"
4. Cliff Richard, "I'm Looking Out the Window"
5. Brian Hyland, "Ginny Come Lately"
Margaret Twists and Congas with Jazz Stars
Presley's Birthplace to be Youth Centre
Peter Jay With Eden Kane's Managers
Names In the News: Sounds Incorporated, The Countrymen, Terry Lightfoot, Forrie Cairns, The Shadows, Colin James, Dudley Moore
Little Richard Comes to Britain in October
Four Firms Want Birdie' Rights
Ken Dodd's First for New Label
Shapiro — Kane Tour Dates
Bilk Completes LP for America
Eden Kane May Film as Israeli Soldier
Long London Cabaret Seasons Bassey and Vaughan
Gary Crosby — plus Bob Hope in TV Spectacular
Cliff's Film: New Title and Song in America
Damone, Orbison, Vee, Fisher Plans
Rosemary Clooney, Eddie Calvert, Sammy Davis and Hi-Lo's on BBC-TV
TV Audience to Pick Leyton's Next Disc
Seven British Discs Tipped as U.S. Hits
Sinatra Takes His Pressings
Cotton Jazzmen Hurt in Crash
|Hellicar, Mike||Brian Hyland Loves to Walk||8|
|n.a.||Jimmie Rodgers Has an 'English' Hit||8|
|n.a.||Thanks-From Eden Kane||8|
|n.a.||Wendy Richards, Sarne's Partner on this Weeks's No. 1 Disc, Writes about Being…Outside with Mike!||9|
|Wedge, Don||Transatlantic Phone Call from Freddy Cannon||9|
|n.a.||Recording with Sinatra by the A&R Managers on His British Album||10|
|Hutchins, Chris & Ward, John||Going to the Cinema with Frank||10|
|Evans, Allen||Elvis, Cliff, Acker, Shadows on EP's||10|
|The Alley Cat||Tail-Pieces||12|
|Michelle Julian, March 2005|
|No. 807||29 June 1962|
|Cover||Two New Releases
You Will Want!
Frank Ifield, "I Remember You"
Danny Williams, "Tears"
|Bromley, Tony||The Shirelles Sing Well for Handsome A-and-R Man||2|
|Winters, Georgia||Ray Charles at Work and Play||2|
|n.a.||From You to Us [editorials]
From TV to Discs
|n.a.||Dig the Gear: It's the Shadows||3|
|Hutchins, Chris||Meet the Group4 [The Pirates]||3|
|n.a.||Show Reviews from Blackpool||3|
|CBS Records||Two Big Hits from
Andy Williams, "Stranger on the Shore" [No. 1 vocal]
Claude King, "Wolverton Mountain" [No. 10 in USA]
|Fordyce, Keith||Singles Reviews
Anne Shelton, "With It" (Philips)
Roy Castle, "Ac-Cent-Chu-Ate the Positive" (Philips)
Grant Tracy, "The Painted Smile" (Ember)
Frank Ifield, "I Remember You" (Capitol?)
Emilio Pericoli, "Al Di La" (Warner Brothers)
The Countrymen, "Enchanted Sea" (Piccadilly)
Joe Dowell, "Little Red Rented Rowboat" (Mercury)
Bernard Cribbins, "Right, Said Fred" (Parlophone)
Johnny Crawford, "Cindy's Birthday" (Pye International)
Donnie Brooks, "Oh You Beautiful Doll" (London)
Linda Scott, "Through the Summer" (Pye International)
Maureen Evans, "We Had Words" (Oriole)
Gordon Macrae, "Sail Away" (Capitol)
|Evans, Allen||Latest LPs
Hank Snow, Southern Cannonball (RCA Camden)
Timi Yuro, (Liberty)
Liberack, As Time Goes By (Coral)
Duke Ellington, The Indispensible Duke Ellington (RCA Victor)
Reviews of comedy discs
|NME||Best Selling LPs
1. West Side Story, Sound Track (Philips)
2. Blue Hawaii, Elvis Presley (RCA)
3. South Pacific, Sound Track (RCA)
4. Black and White Minstrel Show, George Mitchell (HMV)
5. It's Trad Dad, Sound Track (Columbia)
|Evans, Allen||Plenty of pop music in this Crosby LP Tribute [Bing Crosby compilation set release]||4|
1. Mike Sarne, "Come Outside" (Parlophone)
2. Joe Brown, "Picture of You" (Piccadilly)
3. Elvis Presley, "Good Luck Charm" (RCA)
4. Ray Charles, "I Can't Stop Loving You" (HMV)
5. Brian Hyland, "Ginny Come Lately" (HMV)
|NME||Best Selling Pop
Records in U.S.
1. Ray Charles, "I Can't Stop Loving You"
2. David Rose, "The Stripper"
3. Freddy Cannon, "Palisades Park"
4. Johnny Tillotson, "It Keeps Right On a-Hurtin'"
5. Bobby Vinton, "Roses Are Red"
|NME||Best Selling Sheet
Music in Britain
1. "Good Luck Charm" (Belinda)
2. "Nut Rocker" (Ardmore & Beechwood)
3. "Wonderful World of the Young" (Leeds)
4. "Stranger on the Shore" (Sherwin)
5. "Come Outside" (Monique)
|EMI||New LPs on Sale, EMI's New Pops||5|
|n.a.||Shadows in Sea Drama
[guitarist Bruce Welch]
Pilkington Report May Give Extra Air-Time To Discs
Pet Back Again for TV 'Twist' [Petula Clark]
Leyton Breaks Filming To Cut Second Album [John Leyton]
Lansdowne Sign Beryl Bryden
Richard The Toff!
Craig Douglas Show on BBC-TV
Kane Tour Ends Suddenly [Eden Kane]
Miller 'Dings' [Gary Miller]
|'Young Ones' Team to Write Helen Shapio Film Script||6-7|
|Ketty Lester, Duane
Eddy, Bobby Rydell Plan Visits
Chubby Checker For Blackpool During Tour
Acker With His Band Again On Next Disc [Acker Bilk]
Lonnie Donegan U.S. Season Doubts
Mark Wynter To Star in Worthing Panto
Frankie Vaughan Returns to Leeds
Ball, Bilk on Jazzboat [Kenny Ball & Acker Bilk]
Charles Blackwell New A-and-R Man
|Smith, Alan||Kenny Ball Issues Soccer Challenge||8|
|n.a.||At 60, Richard Rodgers Starts a New Partnership||8|
|n.a.||NME 10th Anniversary Souvenir Book On Sale
New to the Charts: Rog Whittaker, Singing Zoo-Man
|Johnson, Derek||Acker's Done It! 'Stranger' Breaks NME Chart Record [Bilk]||9|
|n.a.||Sinatra's Most Moving
Connie's Confession [Connie Francis]
|Hellicar, Mike||Are the Girls Coming Back? [E. Gorme, S. Bassey, B. Lee]||10|
|Smith, Alan||Darren Woos and Wins the Fans [James Darren]||10|
|The Alley Cat||Tail-Pieces||12|
|'Hit Parade'||What Happened on Cliff's Holiday [Cliff Richard]||12|
|Emily Goodman, February 2006|
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