New Musical Express | August 1963

No. 864 2 August 1963  
Cover Tommy Quickly Sings “Tip of My Tongue” 1
N.A. From You to Us 2
Butcher, Mike Mike Butcher interviews the latest star group (Tremolos interview) 2
N.A. Life-lines of Duane Eddy 3
Johnson, Derek Quincy Jones, A and R Manager, Says, “I’m Really Exited about Lesley Gore!” 3
Smith, Alan Now Gerry Has a Status Symbol 3
N.A. Who’s Where 3
Fordyce, Keith Singles Review
Frank Sinatra: “Come Blow Your Horn” / “I Have Dreamed” (Reprise)
Kenny Ball: “Acapulco 1922” / “Hand Me Down My Walking Shoes ” (Pye)
Bobby Rydell: “Butterfly Baby” / “It’s Time We Parted” (Cameo Parkway)
Harry H. Corbett: “Like the Big Guys Do” / “The Green Eye of the Little Yellow God” (Pye)
Shirelles: “Don’t Say Goodnight and Mean Goodbye” / “I Didn’t Mean to Hurt You” (Stateside)
Russ Conway: Liverpool Pops [“From Me to You,” “How Do You Do It,” “Thank You Girl,” “Do You Want to Know a Secret”] (Columbus)
James Gilreath: “Lollipops Lace and Lipstick” / “Mean Old River”(Vee Eight)
Brook Benton: “Tender Years” / “My True Confession” (Mercury)
Jan & Kelly: “Ooh I Can’t” / “Write Me a Little” (Phillips)
Ahab & Wailers: “Cleopatra’s Needle” / “Neb’s Tune” (Pye)
Beryl Marsden: “I Knew You Don’t Love Me Anymore” / “I Only Care about You” (Decca)
Christine Qaite: “Whisper Wonderful Words” / “Mister Heartache” (Oriole)
Tony Victor: “In the Still of the Night” / “Money” (Decca)
Susan Maughan: “The Verdict Is Guilty” / “Bachelor Girl” (Phillips)
Ronnie Hilton: “Kisses Can Lie” / “They Can’t Take that away from Me” (HMV)
4
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1.  The Beatles: Please Please Me (Parlophone)
2.  The Shadows: Greatest Hits (Columbia)
3.  Cliff Richard: Cliff’s Hit Album (Columbia)
4.  Soundtrack: West Side Story (Columbia)
5.  Elvis Presley: What Happened at the World Fair (Deca)
4
NME Top Thirty
1.  “Sweets for My Sweet,” Searchers (Pye)
2.  “I’m Confessin’,” Frank Ifield (Columbia)
3.  “Devil in Disguise,” Elvis Presley (RCA)
4.  “Twist and Shout,” Brian Poole and The Tremolos (Decca)
5.  “Da Do Ron Ron,” Crystals (London)
4
N.A. Boone Bats for NME
Now- A Girl Singer from Liverpool
Pop-Liners
Blue Jeans Tour Cut
Rolling Stones in Musical
Presley Albums
Poole, Kidd in Beatles Show
Good LP Value
Pye Cuts “Crazy World” Film LP
Lesley Gore Debut Here Likely Soon
6
N.A. Liverpops Sell 2,500,000 Discs in Six Months!
John Leyton to Film in France
Lynch to Belfast
Acker Bilk in Swiss Festival
Tremolos for Lyceum Ball
Chubby Checker on BBC-TV Show
Cliff Richard’s First U.S. Award
Jim Reeves “Welcome” On Holiday Radio
Ringrowe Killed
7
Johnson, Derek Beatles Join Select Few to Get EPs (and LPs) in the Best Sellers 8
Evans, Allen Searcher’s Debut 8
Dove, Ian Heinz Makes It On His Own 9
Dove, Ian How Tab Became a Saint 9
Dove, Ian Twitch on TV Did It 9
Dove, Ian Presley Songwriter Has More Tunes for Cliff 9
Johnson, Derek Shadows Have Seven New Tunes Ready for Waxing 10
Lynch, Kenny My Top Ten 10
Evans, Allen EPs
Springfields: Hit Sound (Phillips)
Frank Sinatra: Sings Johnny Mercer (Capitol)
Johnny Cymbal: Mr. Bass Man (London)
Shirley Bassey: In Other Words Just One of Those Things (Capitol)
Clint All Over Again: Where Did Robison Crusoe Go (Oriole)
Paul And Paula: Hey Paula (Phillips)
10
Hentoff, Nat Flashes from U.S. 10
The Alley Cat Tail Pieces 12
N.A. Beale Street Reconstruction 12
N.A. Hero Gets Drunk 12
  Will Eldredge, October 2009  
     
     
No. 865 9 August 1963  
Cover Thank You Everyone for My Hit ‘Just Like Eddie’ [A tribute to the Great Eddie Cochran by Geoff Goddard] 1
Cover A Fabulous New Hit! Still [Ken Dodd, Karl Denver] 1
Cover Elvis Devil in Disguise 1
Derek Johnson Every Wednesday lunch-time, you can hear this welcome announcement PARADE (pause) OFTHEPOPS (all in a rush)! [Radio Show “Parade of the Pops”]
Figures [“POTP” has 6th largest listening figure]
Residents [Bob Miler, the Millermen, Vince Hill, Lyn Collins, Denny Piercy]
Blackpool [First time new show moves out in two years]
2
N.A. Adam Faith Reveals My Top Ten
1. Peter Paul and Mary, “Settle Down”
2. The Beatles, “I Saw Her Standing There”
3. Ray Charles, “Hallelujah”
4. New Christy Minstrels, “Green Green”
5. Elvis Presley, “Heartbreak Hotel”
6. Rick Nelson, “Hello Mary Lou”
7. Connie Francis, “Lipstick On Your Collar”
8. Jet Harris, “Some People”
9. Matt Monro, “My Kind of Girl”
2
Chris Williams Question Time with the Searchers [Q&A with: Chris Curtis, Mike Pender, Tony Jackson, John McNally] 3
N.A. From You to Us 3
N.A. Best Ad-libber [Amusing performance of Joan Turner at the “Talk of the Town”] 3
Ian Dove Singles Review
Karl Denver: “Still” (Decca)
Alma Cogan: “Just Once More” / “Hold You Hand Out You Naughty Boy” (Columbia)
Mark Wynter: “Running to You” / “Don’t Cry” (Pye)
The Bachelors: “Whispering” / “No Light in the Window” (Decca)
Joe Loss: “Maigret” / “Phase Four” (HMV)
4
Keith Fordyce Singles Review
Earl Sinks: “Looking for Love” / “Raining on My Side of the Street” (Capitol)
Gerri Granger: “Just Tell Him Jane Said Hello” / “What’s Wring with Me” (London)
The Valentines: “Till Then” / “I Love You Because” (Decca)
Ray Stevens: “Harry the Hairy Ape” / “Little Stone Statue” (Mercury)
Iain Gregory: “Yellow Teddy Bears” / “How Many Times” (Columbia)
The Rocky Fellers: “Like the Big Guy Does” / “Great Big World” (Stateside)
Bobby Rio: “D o n Diddly” / “I Got You” (Stateside)
The Rockin’ Berries, “Wah Wah Wah Woo” / “Rockin’ Berry Stop” (Decca)
4
Allen Evans LPs [Reviews]
Various Artists: Pluckwick (Phillips)
Various Artists: It’s All Happening (Columbia)
The Chiffons.  He’s So Fine (Stateside)
4
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Please Please Me, The Beatles (Parlophone)
2. The Shadows’ Greatest Hits, (Columbia)
3. Cliff’s Hit Album, Cliff Richard (Columbia)
4. West Side Story, Soundtrack (CBS)
5. It Happened at the World’s Fair, Elvis Presley (RCA)
4
NME Top Thirty
1.  “Sweets for My Sweet,” Searcher (Pye)
2.  “I’m Confessin’,” Frank Ifield (Columbia)
3.  “Devil in Disguise,” Elvis Presley (RCA)
4.  “Twist and Shout,” The Beatles (Parlophone)
5.  “Twist and Shout,” Brian Poole and the Tremeloes (Decca)
5
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “Atlantis” (Francis, Day & Hunter)
2.  “Sweets for My Sweet” (Hill & Range)
3.  “Twist and Shout” (Sherwin)
4.  “I Like It” (Dick James)
5.  “Devil in Disguise” (West One)
5
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. “Fingertips” Little Stevie Wonder
2. “Wipe Out” Surfaris
3. “Devil in Disguise” Elvis Presley
4. “Blowin’ in the Wind” Peter Paul & Mary
5. “So Much In Love” Tymes
5
N.A. Third Gold Disc, and now-Cliff Tops Six Overseas Charts in a Week!
Report that Sinatra sells Reprise to Warner Bros.
6-7
N.A. Sunday Radio Show for David Jacobs
Film Star to make single and EP debut [Tom Courtenay (Decca)]
Howard joins NME team [Trevor Howard]
Agent Hyman Zahl Dies
6
N.A. Pop-Liners 6
N.A. What Kid of ‘Fool’ is this? [Record titled “Fool Britannia]
Poole for U.S.?
Tornados’ Shock [May need a new replacement guitarist for possibly injured George Bellamy]
To Meet Paul Anka [Radio Luxembourg contest  winner Jennifer Wheals]
Five British TV Shows for Little Peggy March
Annie Ross May be in New Show
Quick-flip for Johnny [appear in AR-TV’s “Tuesday Rendezvous”
Sarne not in musical [“The Boys From Syracuse”]
Big Three Join Joe Brown Tour
Craig Douglas Sunday Shows
Sutch a M.P.?
Manchester Opening [Musical: “Go for Your Gun”
Wynter to Continent
Beatles on Granada [Granada TV Show “Sciffle at 6:30”]
Stars Compete for NME Golf Cup
Presley Wins Album ‘Gold’
6
N.A. Big line-up in new AR pop series [new pop series “Ready, Steady, Go”]
Donegan ‘World’ Star in Australia?
U.S. Hit Now? [“From Me to You,” The Beatles]
Barry Writes Liz Taylor TV Score [John Barry]
Rolf Harris “Aussie’ film
Jo’s Show Replaces Maurice Chevalier’s [“Jo Stafford Show”]
Kramer and Dakotas May Tour Denmark
Searchers join Wynter [Series: “It’s Mark Time”]
All-Day Mersey Beat Festival
Martin to record Shirely Bassey
Quits EMI for NY [Roland Rennie]
Luman’s Irish Dates
Harris and Meehan on ‘Swingin’ Time’
Joe Brown on ‘Lucky Stars’
Judy Gardland’s daughter bows [“One Summer Love,” Liza Minelli (Capitol)]
Boone films in Chelsea
Acker Bilk Dates
Springfield’s Venue
7
N.A. Billy J. Kramer talks about the Dakotas 8
N.A. Star Quotes [Eddie Fisher, Liza Minelli, John David Griffin] 8
Nat Hentoff American Airmail
Tommy Sands wins contract
Keep it New
8
Allen Evans More LPs [Reviews]
Lavern Baker: See See Rider (London)
Matovani: Latin Rendezvous (Decca)
50 Guitars Go South of the Border (Liberty)
Percy Faith: American Serenade (CBS)
All, This and Money Too (Phillips)
Ole! Bossa Nova (Capitol)
Doug Duke (Phillips)
Hawkins! Eldridge! Hodges! Alive! (Verve)
Trombone Artistry of Tyree Gleen (Columbia)
Billy Holiday: Lady Love (Untitled Artists) 
8
Bruce Charlton Johnny Kidd Never Gave Up Trying 9
N.A. Life-lines of Shirley Bassey 9
N.A. Ken Thorne’s ‘Patrol’ was waxed as after-thought [Films: “The Legions Last Patrol,” “The Day of the Triffids”] Whitfield [David Whitfield’s new release “This Heart of Mine”] 9
N.A. Who’s Where [Week commencing Aug 12, 1963] 9
Alan Smith Close-Up on Paul McCartney, a Beatle 10
Ian Dove *Newcomers to the Charts*
Two Smart Girls [The Caravelles]
Yodeling Jazz Singer! [Alice Babs]
Jim Reeves Praised Houston Wells
10
Allen Evans C-And-W LP Round-Up
Bluegrass Hall of Fame (Stateside)
Osborne Brothers: Bluegrass Music (MGM)
Country and Western Hits (Golden Guinea)
10
Mike Butcher Tony Bennett’s “Good Life” brings just rewards 10
N.A. Advertisement 11
“The Alley Cat” Tail-Pieces 12
N.A. One Speed for All Records? [Ralph Gleason claims 33 1/3 rpm] 12
  Stephen Frye, October 2009  
     
No. 866 18 August 1963  
Cover Carol Elvin, The Ventures, Mike Berry, 1
Smith, Alan Close-Up on a Beatle: George Harrison 2
n.a. Life-Lines of Andy Williams 2
Advertising “Steve and Eydie the Original Hit: I Want to Stay Here” CBS Records 2
Stavers, Gloria What American Teenagers Read about Cliff: Can Cliff Richard Be the Next Elvis? 3
Advertising Tommy Steele starring in “It’s All Happening”
Steptoe and Son (from the BBC-TV Series) A Swinging Version of the Popular Theme Music
3
Fordyce, Keith Singles Review:
Cliff Richard: “It’s All in the Game” (Columbia)
Del Shannon: “My Wild One” (London)
Ken Dodd: “Melodie” (Columbia)
Diane Ray: “Please Don’t Talk to the Lifeguard” (Mercury)
Chris Ravel: “ I Do” (Decca)
Duane Eddy: “Your Baby’s Gone Surfin’” (RCA)
Chubby Checker: “Surf Party” (Cameo-Parkway)
Petula Clark: “Let Me Tell You” (Pye)
Chris Montez: “My Baby Loves to Dance” (London)
Tommy Quickly: “Tip of My Tongue” (Piccadilly)
Rooftop Singers: “Mamma Don’t Allow” (Fontana)
4
Evans, Allan LPs Reviews:
Brenda Lee: Love You (Ace of Hearts)
(No Artist Mentioned): One Night Stand (Columbia)
Peter, Paul and Mary: Moving (Warner Brothers)
4
Advertising Another Chart Winner from the Springfields “Come on Home” (Phillips)
Voted a Hit on Juke Box Jury, Susan Maughan “The Verdict is Guilty” (Phillips)
4
NME Top Thirty
1.  “Sweets for My Sweet,” Searchers (Pye)
2.  “Bad to Me,” Billy J. Kramer (Parlophone)
3.  “I’m Confessin,’” Frank Ifield (Columbia)
4.  “Twist and Shout (EP)” Beatles (Parlophone)
5.  “In Summer,” Billy Fury (Decca)
5
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “I’m Confessin’” (Francis, Day & Hunter)
2.  “Sweets for My Sweet” (Hill & Range)
3.  “Twist and Shout” (Sherwin)
4.  “Devil in Disguise” (West One)
5.  “Atlantis” (Francis, Day & Hunter)
5
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. “Fingertips,” Little Stevie Wonder
2. “Blowin’ in the Wind,” Peter, Paul and Mary
3. “Devil in Disguise,” Elvis Presley
4. “Wipe out,” Surfaris
5. “Judy’s Turn to Cry,” Lesley Gore
5
n.a. Shadows May Tour France
Television Actor Makes Disc Debut
Dreamer’s Tour Set
Gene Vincent for Belfast
Ember Announces New Releases
The Welsh Beat!
Band on ‘Discs-a-Gogo’
Heinz Joins Kramer
Tornados’ Changes
Clinton “Goose”
6
n.a. Playing Cricket for NME Puts Dexter Out
Tommy Steele on Palladium Show
Kramer-British Tour and US Trip
Big ‘Saturday’ Club Casts
Newley-Sellers ‘Fool’ LP Not for British Ears
‘Juke Jury’ Reunion
Caravelles on ‘Go Man Go’
Beatles ‘Ready Steady’
Vera-Maurice on TV
7
Bromley, Tony Jim Reeves Gets Folksy 8
Dove, Ian Vocal ‘Dance On’ puts Kathy in 8
Hentoff, Nat American Air Mail 8
Advertising Still Going Like A Bomb! The Fabulous Beatles “Twist and Shout” (Parlophone) 8
Charlton, Bruce Hot Find from Cold Spell! 9
Johnson, Derek Kenny Lynch Loses a Fear 9
Advertising For Your Listening Pleasure, tune to Radio Luxembourg: The Station of the Stars
Framus (guitars) for Today's Style of Playing
9
Smith, Alan "We’re No Glamour Boys," Says Freddie of the Dreamers 10
Williams, Chris Pat Boone Tells Why He Waxed Elvis’ Hits 10
n.a. (advertising) Sing Your Way to Fame with the wonderful new Speedmaster Record Course 10
n.a. Classified Ads 11
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
  Kathy Geisel, October 2009  
     
No. 868 23 August 1963  
Cover It’s Love that Really Counts
Del Shannon – Two Silhouettes
Elvis Says Thanks to His Fans
Billy J. Talks about Birthdays
Fury – Lifelines
1
Derek Johnson Two Voices Are Better than One when they Belong to Steve and Eydie
A Dynamic Version with the Youthful Touch, Carol Deene ‘I Want to Stay Here’
2
Chris Hutchins Billy J says, ‘You’re so Good to Me’ 2
Gerry (of the Pacemakers) My Top Ten 2
advertising Heading for the Charts! Miki and Griff’s ‘I Want to Stay Here’ 2
Ian Dove Can Peggy Repeat Brenda’s Feat? 2
Keith Fordyce Singles Review
Lesley Gore: “Judy’s Turn to Cry”
Peggy Lee: “A Doodlin’ Song”
Mike Berry: “It Doesn’t Really Matter” (HMV)
Sam Cooke: “Frankie and Johnny (RCA)
Ned Miller: “Another Fool Like Me”
Neil Sedaka: “The Dreamer” (RCA)
Maureen Evans: “Oh What a Guy” (Oriole)
Rose Brennan: “Don’t Do me Any Favours” (Philips)
Connie Francis: “Look at Him” (MGM)
Eddie Cochran: “Drive in Show” (Liberty)
Mary Wells: “Your Old Stand-By” (Oriole)
John Barry: “Kinky” (Ember)
Ron Goodwin: “Moonstrike” (Parlophone)
Merseybeats: “It’s Love that Really Counts”
4
Allen Evans Best Selling LPs in Britain
Please Please Me, Beatles [Parlophone]
Meet the Searchers, Searchers [Pye]
The Shadows Greatest Hits [Columbia]
Cliff’s Hit Album, Cliff Richard [Columbia]
West Side Story [CBS]
It Happened at the World’s Fair, Elvis Presley [RCA]
The Concert Sinatra, Frank Sinatra [Reprise]
Summer Holiday, Cliff Richard [Columbia]
I’ll Remember You, Frank Ifeld [Columbia]
Buddy Holly Story Vol. 1 [Coral]
4
NME Top Thirty
1.  “Bad to Me,” Billy J Kramer (Parlophone)
2.  “Sweets for my Sweet,” Searchers (Pye)
3.  “I’m Telling you Now,” Freddie and the Dreamers (Columbia)
4.  “In Summer,” Billy Fury (Decca)
5.  “Twist and Shout,” The Beatles (Parlophone)
5
N.A. Cliff Flies to America for Sullivan Show
Sinatra, Francis Voted Tops
Presley Thanks British Fans for AR-TV Award
Epstein Launches Another Quartet
Dreamers on AR-TV
Jacobs – Their Choice Again
Caravelles to Join Dee Dee
Billy Fury and the Tornados Part
Liberty buys Sandy Nelson’s U.S. Label
6
N.A. Bassey, Bygraves May Co-Star in ‘Fings’ Film
Cliff Aids Charity
‘Fool Britania’ WILL be Issued Here
Burnette, Thunder and Pitney ballrooms set
Yuro and Thorne to Join Benton
Karl Denver to Cut Album
Cloda Rogers on ‘Ole Opry’
Leyton Panto for West End
7
N.A. Heinz Hits the Road Again
Rolling Stones R and B Champs
Selmer Cut the Cost of Top Quality Amplifiers
8
NME Close-Up on a Beatle – Ringo Starr 9
advertising Solid Value by Rosetti 9
NME Life-lines of Billy Fury 10
NME Beach Boys, Jan and Dean shoot in with surf! 10
advertising New! Grafton ’10 G’ Model Trumpet 10
The Alley Cat Tall Pieces 12
advertising The Latest From Ned Miller, ‘Another Fool like Me’ 12
  Carl-Eric Girardin, October 2009  
     
No. 868 30 August 1963  
Cover Cliff Richard and the Shadows: Congratulations on 5 Years of Top Pop Success
Special: Tribute to Cliff and the Shadows
1
Johnson, Derek Tribute to Cliff Richard and the Shadows on Their Fifth Anniversary in Show Business [includes ‘Before and After,’ ‘From Cliff to You,’ ‘Success,’ ‘Cliff—International,’ and ‘Cliff—Answers Five’] 2-3
Advertising Salute to Cliff and the Shadows [from ABC and Associated British Elstree Studios] 2
Advertising Best Wishes for Cliff and the Shadows [from Leslie Grade and The Grade Organisation Ltd.] 3
Fordyce, Keith Singles Reviewed
Ray Charles: “No One” / “Without Love” (HMV)
Craig Douglas: “I’m So Glad I Found Her” / “Love Her While She’s Young” (Decca)
Jimmy Justice: “You’re Gonna Need My Lovin” / “Since You’ve Been Gone” (Pye)
Paul and Paula: “Something Old, Something New” / “Flipped Over You” (n/a)
Tom Courtenay: “Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter” / “Knocking on the Door” (Decca)
Marty Robbins: “Not So Long Ago” / “I Hope You Learn a Lot” (CBS)
Danny Williams: “A Day without You” / “Secret Love” (HMV)
Sounds Inc.: “Keep Movin” / “Order of the Keys” (Decca)
Gene McDaniels: “It’s a Lonely Town” / “False Friends” (Liberty)
Fourmost: “Hello Little Girl” / “Just in Case” (Parlophone)
Charlie Drake: “I’ve Lost the End of My Yodel” / “I Can Cry Can’t I” (Parlophone)
Jet Harris and Tony Meehan: “Applejack” / “The Tall Texan” (Decca)
4
Fordyce, Keith Potted Pops
Buddy Holly: “Wishing” / “Because I Love You” (Coral)
Burl Ives: “This Is All I Ask” / “There Goes Another Pal of Mine” (Brunswick)
Oscar Peterson Trio: “This Could Be the Start of Something” / “Gravy Waltz” (Verve)
Humphrey Lyttelton: “Midnight Air” (Columbia)
4
Evans, Allen LPs: Two Four-Star
Paul and Paula, We Go Together (Philips)
Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme: Steve and Eydie at the Movies (CBS)
4
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
Please Please Me, the Beatles (Parlophone)
The Shadows’ Greatest Hits, the Shadows (Columbia)
Cliff’s Hit Album, Cliff Richard (Columbia)
Meet the Searchers, the Searchers (Pye)
West Side Story, Soundtrack (CBS)
 
NME Top Thirty Singles
1.  “Bad to Me,” Billy J. Kramer (Parlophone)
2.  “She Loves You,” Beatles (Parlophone)
3.  “I’m Tellin You Now,” Freddie and the Dreamers (Columbia)
4.  “It’s All in the Game,” Cliff Richard (Columbia)
5.  “Sweets for My Sweet,” Searchers (Pye)
5
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. “Bad to Me” (Northern Songs)
2.  “I’m Tellin You Now” (Feldman)
3.  “Sweets for My Sweet” (Hill & Range)
4.  “I’m Confessin” (Francis, Day & Hunter)
5.  “I’ll Never Get Over You” (Leeds)
5
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. “My Boyfriend’s Back,” Angels
2. “Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh,” Allan Sherman
3. “Fingertips,” Little Stevie Wonder
4. “Candy Girl,” Four Seasons
5. “Blowin in the Wind,” Peter, Paul and Mary
5
n.a. Elvis: Double Role in His Next Picture [Kissin’ Cousins] 6-7
n.a. Gerry and Pacemakers to Head Roving ‘Babes’ [‘Babes in the Wood’ pantomime show]
Chart Stars in Musical Film [The Caravelles, Heinz, and the Tornados in ‘A Swinging Location’]
Ember Releases TV Star’s Debut Disc [Phillip Lowrie from “Coronation Street”]
Rolf Harris’ Film Song
Benton-Gore Tour Fixed [Dates for Brook Benton’s tour with Lesley Gore]
Dreamers’ Dates Set
Adam Faith on “Juke [Box] Jury”
[Jimmy] Justice—Scots Tour [tour in Scotland]
Sarah Vaughan Here Tuesday  [London]
6
n.a. Cliff, Shadows date for Palladium TV [Appearance on ATV’s “Sunday Night at the London Palladium”]
Joe Brown Film Song Release [“Sally Ann” from “What a Crazy World”]
Sammy Davis to Film Here with Lawford?
Live Kidd Album [Johnny Kidd and the Pirates at Hamburg’s Star Club]
Barry Pens Film Score [John Barry for “Séance on a Wet Afternoon”]
Freddie in Fury Film? [Freddie and the Dreamers in Billy Fury film]
Searcher Taken Ill [Tony Jackson sick, shows cancelled]
[Roy] Castle in Musical
7
n.a. Lifelines of the Searchers 8
Hentoff, Nat American Air Mail [Ray Charles, Pat Boone quips] 8
Advertising How to make slides speak for themselves with Emitape 8
Williams, Chris Instruments, ‘Comfort,’ Come Second for Bachelors [interview with The Bachelors] 9
Smith, Alan Merseybeat Goes to Sea [Liverpool’s top beat groups play on 10-hr cruise on Irish Sea] 9
n.a. “From You to Us” [readers’ letters] 9
n.a. Who’s Where [where artists are performing this week] 9
Smith, Alan Final close-up on a Beatle: John Lennon 10
n.a. Helen Shapiro’s Top Ten [songs] 10
Advertising Liverpool’s Own, The Merseybeats (“It’s Love That Really Counts”) 10
n.a. Classifieds [Records for Sale, Musicians Wanted, Fan Clubs] 11
Alley Cat Tail Pieces 12
n.a. Meet BIG names in the September Hit Parade [Billy Fury, Lesley Gore] 12
Advertising Pye Record of the Week: Freddie Scott, “Hey Girl” 12
  Rachael Haas, October 2009  
     

1963
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Portions originally submitted by N. Thomas, March 1999.
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