New Musical Express | October 1963

No. 873 4 October 1963  
Cover Daryl Quist, “Goodbye to Love”
Little Peggy March
Sally Go round the Roses
Johnson, Derek More Fireworks from Trini (Trini Lopez)
Brian and the Tremeloes, “Do You Love Me” (Decca)
Hentoff, Nat Tony (Anthony Newley) Going to Hollywood 2
Charlton, Bruce Adam Finds the Answer 3
Evans, Allen LP’s:
Keely Smith, Little Girl Blue Little Girl New (Reprise)
Martha and the Vandellas
Four Seasons, Ain’t That a Shame (Stateside)
Julie London, Latin in Satin Mood (Liberty)
n.a. Del Shannon, Back in England, says – “Falsetto – That’s my Trademark” 3
(advertising) Burns Amplifiers
Chuck Berry “Memphis Tennessee Let it Rock” (PYE International)
The Tymes “Wonderful! Wonderful!” (Cameo Parkway)
Johnson, Derek Singles Reviews
Everlys: “The Girls and the Blues” (Warner Bros.)
Teresa Brewer: “He Understands Me” (Philips)
Ronettes: “Be My Baby” (London)
Rick Nelson: “Fools Rush in” (Brunswick)
Grazina: “Be My Baby” (HMV)
Dakotas: “Magic Carpet” (Parlophone)
Jaynetts: “Sally Go round the Roses” (HMV)
Lyn Cornell: “Sally Go round the Roses” (Decca)
Brook Benton, “Two Tickets to Paradise” (Mercury)
N.A. Kenny Ball Subdued
Allan Dell’s Showcase, Radio Luxemberg
n.a. Best Selling LP’s in Britain:
1.  Please Please Me, Beatles (Parlophone)
2.  Meet the Searchers, Searchers (PYE)
3.  Born Free, Frank Ifield (Columbia)
4.  The Shadows’ Greatest Hits, The Shadows (Columbia)
5.  When in Spain, Cliff Richard (Columbia)
(advertising) The Searchers, “Sweet Nothin’s” (Philips)
The Hustlers, “Gimme What I Want” (Philips)
Teresa Brewer, “He Understands Me (Philips)
Dave Ventura, “Sure My Love” (Philips)
The Merseybeats, “It’s Love that Really Counts” (Fontana)
Group X, “Roti-Calliope” (Fontana)
Tony Bennett, “This is All I Ask” (CBS)
Geoff Goddard, “Sky Men” (HMV)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “She Loves You” (Northern Songs)
2.  “I Want to Stay Here” (Aldon)
3.  “Do You Love me” (Dominion)
4.  “It’s All in the Game” (Blossom)
5.  “Bad to Me” (Northern Songs)
NME Top Thirty
1.  “Do You Love Me,” Brian Poole and the Tremeloes (Decca)
2.  “She Loves You,” Beatles (Parlophone)
3.  “Then He Kissed me,” Crystals (London)
4.  “If I Had a Hammer,” Trini Lopez (Reprise)
5.  “I Want to Stay Here,” Steve Lawrenc-Eydle Gorme (CBS)
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1.  “Blue Velvet,” Bobby Vinton
2.  “Sally Go round the Roses,” Jaynetts
3.  “Be My Baby,” Ronettes
4.  “Sugar Shack,” Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs
5.  “Cry Baby,” Garnet Mimms & the Enchanters
n.a. Philips to Issue Mercury Label
Roe and Berry Join Package
Presley Disc Release Date
Steele Still out of Show
Pacemakers’ Scots Tour
Searchers’ Single
Joe Meek Records Girl’s Debut Disc
Pat Boone ‘Elvis’ Album Soon
Brown, Kidd in Blackpool Show
n.a. Little Richard: Two U.K. Tours Planned
Massive ATV Autumn Star Line-up, Plus Royal Variety Show
Brown, Kidd, and Conway ‘Lucky’
American Blues Stars Coming
Former Bruvver Leads New John Barry Seven
Dusty’s Debut on TV Tonight
Little Richard Joins Everly Bros, Bo Diddley Show
Poole & Tremeloes 1964 Tour with Vee
Smith, Alan It’s Christmas Already for the Bachelors 8
(advertising) Kenny Ball, “Washington Square” (PYE)
Daryl Quist, “Goodbye to Love” (PYE)
Rod and Carolyn, “Bye-Bye my Lover” (PYE)
Teddy Green, “Gee What a Party” (PYE)
Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde, “Yesterday’s Gone” (Ember)
Steve Cassidy, “Ecstasy” (Ember)
Bromley, Tony Fourmost Play it Straight 9
n.a. New To the Charts: U.S. Toppers Come in Here 9
n.a. Bobby Darin is Ready for a Come-Back
Swinging Act by the Everlys
Lifelines of the Caravelles
Pity the Poor Singer
(advertising) The ‘Beatle’ Jacket
Johnny Mathis, “Your Teenage Dreams” (HMV)
The Searchers, “Sweets for my Sweet” (PYE)
n.a. (Advertising) 11
(advertising) The Angels, “My Boyfriend’s Back” (Mercury)
Teresa Brewer, “He Understands Me” (Philips)
His Lordship Sutch, “I’m a Hog for you” (Decca)
Kenny Ball, “Washington Square” (PYE)
Billy Fury, “Somebody Else’s Girl” (Decca)
  Sam Margolius, October 2009  
No. 874 11 October 1963  
Cover The Beatles
“Washington Square” Kenny Ball (Pye) & The Village Stompers (Columbia)
“Applejack” Jet Harris & Tony Meehan (Decca)
Britain’s Top Disk Double
Britain’s Ace Vocal Group
N.A. Advertisements 2
Alan Smith Beatles on Holiday 3
Roy Orbison Top Ten
“Limelight” by Mantovani and his Orchestra
“It’s All in the Game” by Tommy Edwards
“I Can’t Stop Loving You” by Ray Charles
Derek Johnson Singles Review
Teresa Brewer: “He Understands Me” (Philips)
The Searchers: “Sweet Nothin’s” (Philips)
The Merseybeats: “It’s Love that Really Counts” (Fontana)
Eden Kane: “Like I Love You” (Fontana)
Dion Di Muchi: “Donna the Prima Donna” (CBS)
Tony Bennett: “This Is All I Ask” (CBS)
Acker Bilk: “The Harem” / “Train Song” (Columbia)
Big Three: “I’m with You” / “By the Way” (Decca)
Helen Shapiro: “Look Who It Is” / “Walking in My Dreams” (Columbia)
Frank Sinatra: “You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me” / “Love Isn’t Just for the Young” (N.A.)
Frankie Vaughan: “You’re the One for Me” & “I Told You So” (Philips)
  Best Selling LP’s in Britain “Please Please Me,” Beatles (Parlophone) “Meet The Searchers,” Searchers (Pye) “Born Free,” Frank Ifield (Columbia) “Kenny Ball’s Golden Hits,” Kenny Ball (Pye) “When In Spain,” Cliff Richard (Columbia) 4
NME Top Thirty
1.  “Do You Love Me,” Brian Poole and the Tremeloes (Decca)
2.  “Then He Kissed Me,” Crystals (London)
3.  “She Loves You,” Beatles (Parlophone)
4.  “If I Had A Hammer,” Trini Lopez (Reprise)
5.  “The First Time,” Adam Faith (Parlophone)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “She Loves You” (Northern Songs)
2.  “Do You Love Me” (Dominion)
3.  “Shindig” (Shadows Music)
4.  “I Want To Stay Here” (Aldon)
5.  “Applejack” (Essex)
Billboard Best Selling Pop Records in the U.S.
1. “Sugar Shack” Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs
2. “Be My Baby” Ronettes
3. “Blue Velvet” Bobby Vinton
4. “Cry Baby” Garnett Mimms & the Enchanters
5. “Sally, Go ‘round the Roses” Jaynetts
N.A. News Updates:
Duane Eddy Tour Fixed
Viscounts to EMI
Sinatra – Film Chief?
Beatles New Triumph: Win First Gold Disc
Kramer Movie
Bruce Welch May Do Cliff Film
Peter, Paul and Mary’s TV Shows
Sutch a Lot of Pop!
Rita Moreno on ‘Jury’
Crystals for ‘Lucky Stars’
Stan Kenton Tour Dates
Joe Waxes Formby Song
Kane and Sarne Together
Meehan Goes It Alone
Gary and Pacemakers for ‘Comedy Bandbox’
N.A. News Updates Continued:
Del Writes, Sings and Produces Latest Disc
Freddie, Dreamers Sought in Australia, Europe
No Voice, No Session
Vaughan Gives Disc Royalties
Faith: U.S. TV Series
Ray Charles: Major Film in Britain?
Trini Here on Monday
Bilk – Own TV Show
Fury on AR-TV
New Richard Date
Williams Weds – Going to U.S.
Ford Bows as Disc Jockey
Everlys on TV
Alan Smith Shirley Wins the ‘I’ Race 8
Chris Hutchins Little Richard Explains 8
Ian Dove Welcome to… Dion… Brook Benton… Timi Yuro… and on Another Tour Erroll Garner 8
Allen Evens LP’s:
Huddy Ledbetter, Good Morning Blues (RCA Victor)
George Jones, Hits from Country Cousins (United Artists)
Chris Hutchins Around the New Package Shows with Chris Hutchins [Screams for Fury, Brown; Gerry, Pacemakers, Shannon Have a Swinging Time; Winning Romp] 9
Various Readers From You to Us 9
N.A. Elvis in ‘Acapulco’ 10
Ian Dove Chuck Berry Back with Six-Year-Old Disc 10
Alan Smith Billy Fury Confesses – Palladium TV? No Interest Now 10
N.A. Classifieds 11
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces [Who’s Where] 12
  Julia Mazzarella, October 2009  
No. 875 18 October 1963
Smith, Alan Pacemakers Ballad Won’t Start a Trend ["You’ll Never Walk Alone" experiment] 3
n.a. Question-time with Trini Lopez 3
Evans, Allen EP’s 3
Johnson, Derek Singles review: Elvis leads a big week of singles 4
n.a. NME top 30 ["Do You Love Me," Brian Poole and the Tremoloes] 5
n.a. Steele, Bygraves, Drake get 'repeats' and — First Royal show for the Beatles…, And they're set for Liverpool returns 6
Dove, Ian Tony Meehan-without Jet [Harris] 8
Evans, Allen LP’s 8
Hentoff, Nat US Airmail: Connie, 7 times 7! 8
n.a. Life-lines of the Tremeloes 9
Andrews, Graeme Buddy Holly surmounts all trends 9
Charlton, Bruce No come-back for Jimmy [Young] 9
Johnson, Derek Cliff Breezes in- and out! [Cliff Richard and Shadows, Israel] 10
Smith, Alan New to the charts: Cilla Black 10
Charlton, Bruce New to the charts: Ronettes 10
  Noah Thomas, March 1999  
No. 876 25 October 1963  
Cover New Musical Express [Featuring NMExclusive Shadows Sensation] 1
Announcement Elvis Presley “Bossa Nova Baby” c/w “Witchcraft” (RCA Victor)
Silver Disc Award! Gerry and The Pacemakers (with orchestra by Goerge Martin), “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (Columbia)
“Sally, Go ‘round the Roses,” The Jaynetts (Stateside)
“Your Teenage Dreams,” Johnny Mathis (Mercury)
The Fourmost Top Ten
“Drown in My Own Tears,” Ray Charles
“Sally, Go ‘Round the Roses,” The Jaynetts
“Money,” Jerry Lee Lewis
“Only the Lonely,” Ray Orbison
“It’s Love that Really Counts,” Merseybeats and the Shirelles
“Blue Bayou,” Roy Orbison
“I’ll Get You,” Beatles
“Busy Body,” Jerry Lewis
“Grand Old Duke of York,” BBC Radio
“Yakety-Yak,” Coasters
Adam Faith Adam Faith talks to Derek Johnson about America 2
N/A Who’s Where [Featuring Everly Brothers, Bo Diddley, Little Richard, Gerry Pacemaker, Del Shannon, Tony Meehan Combo, Bachelors, Brook Benton, Lesley Gore, Trini Lopez, Dion, Timi Yuro, Dee Dee Sharp, Heinze, Johnny Skidd, Billy Fury, Joe Brown, Earl Denver, Tornados] 2
Allen Evans LPs
Jo Stafford, Getting Sentimental Over Tommy Dorsey (Reprise)
Dean Martin, Dean “Tex” Martin Rides Again (Reprise)
Rosemary Squires, Everything’s Coming Up Rosy (HMV)
Tornados, Away From it All (Decca)
Johnny [Mathis], (CBS)
Duane Eddy, Twangin’ up a Storm (RCA-Victor)
Gene McDaniel. Spanish Lace (Liberty)
Announcement Arthur Howes Presents [Featuring Helen Shapiro, the Spotnicks, Bobby Rydell, the Chants with the Harlems and the Trebletones, Brian Poole & the Tremeloes, the Dakotas, the Bachelors, the Searchers, the Hollies, the Fourmost, Heinz with the Saints] 2
Andy Gray Shadows Sensation in France 3
N/A Here for Tour [Featuring Dee Dee Sharp] 3
Announcement Peter Walsh and Kennedy Street Enterprises in association with Tito Burns Present
[Featuring Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, the Searchers, Freddie and the Dreamers, Dave Berry and the Cruisers, Susan Singer, Tony Marsh, Dusty Springfield]
Announcement Spotlight Singles
Frankie Vaughan, “You’re the One for Me” (Phillips)
The Searchers, “Sweet Nothings” (Phillips)
The Merseybeats, “It’s Love that Really Counts” (Fontana)
Kiki Dee, “Don’t Put Your Heart in His Hand” (Fontana)
Eydie Gorme, “Everybody Go Home” (CBS)
Steve Lawrence, “Walking Proud” (CBS)
Derek Johnson Singles Review
Ray Charles: “Busted” / “Make Believe” (HMV)
Kathy Kirby: “Secret Love” / “You Have to Want to Touch Him” (Decca)
George Bean: “Secret Love” / “Lonely Weekends” (Decca)
Paul & Paula: “First Day Back at School” / “A Perfect Pair” (Philips)
Rockin’ Berries: “Itty Bitty Pieces” / “The Twitch” (Decca)
Mark Wynter: “It’s Almost Tomorrow” / “Music to Midnight” (Pye)
Sheila Southern: “Wishing Well” / “Daydream” (HMV)
Lonnie Donegan: “500 Miles away from Home” / “This Train” (Pye)
Russ Conway: “Gold Rush” / “Halloween” (Columbia)
Faron’s Flamingos: “Do You Love Me” / “Give Me Time” (Oriole)
Derek Johnson Joe Brown does Formby hit [Featuring George Formby’s “Little Ukulele” remade by Joe Brown and entitled “Hercules Unchained” (Picadilly)] 4
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Beatles, Please Please Me (Parlophone)
2. Frank Ifield: Born Free (Columbia)
3. Searchers: Meet the Searchers (Pye)
4. Gerry & Pacemakers: How Do You Like It (Columbia)
5. Kenny Ball: Kenny Ball’s Golden Hits (Pye Golden)
6. The Shadows: The Shadows Greatest Hits (Columbia)
7. Cliff Richard: When in Spain (Columbia)
8. Frank Sinatra: Sinatra’s Sinatra (Reprise)
9. Soundtrack: West Side Story (CBS)
10. Trini Lopez: Trini Lopez at PJ’s (Reprise)
Derek Johnson Quick Spins
Ollie Patterson: “Jealous Heart” / “Won’t Be Long” (Columbia)
Tony Williams: “How Come” / “When I Had You” / “Wing Commander Hancock” (Pye)
Ruby and the Romantics: “Young Wings Can Fly”/ “Day Dreaming” (London)
Davani and the D-Men: “She’s the Best for Me”/ “Don’t Fool Around” (Columbia)
The Permanents: “Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be” / “Let Me Be Baby” (London)
[Also Featuring Kenneth Williams, The Shirelles]
Derek Johnson Potted Pops
Overlanders: “Movin’” / “Rainbow” (Pye)
Craig Douglas: “From Russia with Love” / “Counting up the Kisses” (Decca)
Little Johnny Star: “Little Lost Missile” / “Junior’s Nightcap” (Columbia)
Tommy Quickly and the Remo Four: “Kiss Me Now” / “No Other Love” (Piccadilly)
Nana Mouskouri: “Wildwood Flower” / “Till There Was You” (Fontana)
Polly Perkins: “Sweet as Honey” / “I’ve Gotta Tell You” (Oriole)
Charles Blackwell Orch.: “Hokey Croaky” / “Lost Patrol” (Columbia)
Advertisement Listen to Alan Dell’s Showcase (EMI) on Radio Luxembourg [Featuring Brook Benton, Nancy Wilson, Clinton Ford, Tito Rodriguez, Felix Slatkin, London Cast, Art Tatum, Erroll Garner]
Screamin’ Lord Sutch with the Savages at Night Scene Club
Piccadilly and PYE Lonnie Donnegan: “500 Miles away from Home”
Tommy Quickly: “Kiss Me Now”
Mark Wynter: “It’s Almost Tomorrow”
Tony Hancock: “Wing Commander Hancock” / “Test Pilot”
The Migil4: “Maybe”
Johnny Bev: “What Am I to Do”
Simone Jackson: “Tell Me What to Do”
EMI New From EMI
Fats Domino: “Red Sails in the Sunset”
Helen Shapiro: “Look Who It Is”
Mr. Acker Bilk and his Paramount Jazz Band: “The Harem”
Madeline Bell: “I Long for Your Love”
Tommy Bruce: Lavender Blue”
Richard Anthony: “Walking Alone”
The Mike Cotton Band: “Midnite Flyer”
Decca New on Sale Today
Kathy Kirby: “Secret Love” (Decca)
George Bean: “Secret Love” (Decca)
The Rockin’ Berries: “Itty Bitty Pieces” (Decca)
Pamela Blue: “My Friend Bobby” (Decca)
Ruby & The Romantics: “Young Wings Can Fly” (London)
Linda Scott: “Let’s Fall in Love” (London)
The Permanents: “Oh Dear, What Can the Matter Be” (London)
Bobby Bare: “500 Miles Away from Home” (RCA Victor)
Claude Gordon: “Sometimes On Friday” (Warner Bros.)
NME Top Thirty
1.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” Gerry and The Pacemakers (Columbia)
2.  “Do You Love Me,” Brian Poole and the Tremeloes (Decca)
3.  “She Loves You,” Beatles (Parlophone)
4.  “Then He Kissed Me,” Crystals (London)
5. “I,” Shirley Bassey (Columbia)
6.  “Blue Bayou,” Ray Orbison (London)
7. “If I Had a Hammer,” Trini Lopez (Reprise)
8. “The First Time,” Adam Faith (Parlophone)
9. “Be My Baby,” Ronettes (Philles)
10. “Memphis Tennessee,” Chuck Berry (Pye)
11. “Bossa Nova Baby,” Elvis Presley (RCA Victor)
12. “Hello Little Girl,” Fourmost (Parlophone)
13. “Sugar and Spice,” Searchers (Pye)
14. “Shindig,” Shadows (Columbia)
15. “Everybody,” Tommy Roe (Judd)
16. “Searchin’,” Hollies (Parlophone)
17. “Memphis Tennessee,” Dave Berry (Decca)
18. “Fools Rush in,” Rick Nelson (Decca)
19. “Miss You,” Jimmy Young (Columbia)
20. “Applejack,” Tony Meehan (Decca)
21. “Ain’t Gonna Kiss Ya,” Searchers (Pye)
22. “Mean Woman Blues,” Roy Orbison (London)
23. “Somebody Else’s Girl,” Billy Fury (Decca)
24. “It’s All in the Game,” Cliff Richard (Columbia)
25. “Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh,” Allan Sherman (Warner Bros.)
26. “Still,” Karl Denver (Decca)
27. “Just Like Eddie,” Heinz (Decca)
28. “Do You Love Me,” Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
29. “Mule Train,” Frank Ifield (EMI)
30. “Wishing,” Buddy Holly (CRL)
31. “I Want to Stay Here,” Steve Lawrence Eydie Gorme (CBS)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “Do You Love Me” (Dominion)
2.  “She Loves You” (Northern Songs)
3.  “If I Had a Hammer” (Essex)
4.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (Williamson)
5.  “Shindig” (Shadows Music)
6. “Then He Kissed Me” (17 Savile Row)
7. “Applejack” (Essex)
8. “Still” (Peter Maurice)
9. “I Want to Stay Here” (Aldon)
10. “I” (Shapiro-Bernstein)
11. “The First Time” (Freddie Poser)
12. “Ain’t Gonna Kiss Ya” (Campbell-Connelly)
13. “It’s All in the Game” (Blossom)
14. “If I Ruled the World” (Sterling)
15. “Bad to Me” (Northern Songs)
16. “Blue Bayou” (Acuff-Rose)
17. “I’ll Get You” (Northern Songs)
18. “Memphis Tennessee” (Jewel)
19. “I’ll Never Get Over You” (Leeds)
20. “Dance On” (Bron)
21. “Hello Little Girl” (Northern Songs)
22. “I’m Tellin’ You Now” (Feldman)
23. “Acapulco 1922” (Burlington)
24. “Jut Like Eddie” (Meridian)
25. “Searchin’” (Progressive)
26. “Miss You” (Campell-Connelly)
27. “Lemon Tree” (Essex)
28. “Blue Velvet” (Morris)
29. “Blowin’ in the Wind” (Blossom)
30. “The Dream Maker” (Mutual)
N/A Adam Faith May Film in States
Columbia Signs Gene Vincent
U.S Critic Praises Cliff [Featuring Cliff Richard)
Shadows NMExclusive Special: ‘Licorice’ Locking Leaving: Bruce Determined to Stay [Brian ‘Licorice’ is looking to leave the Shadows while Bruce Welch has decided to stay with the group]
Miller Band with Cliff? [Featuring Cliff Richard, The Shadows, Bob Miller and The Millermen]
Eagles Film
Cliff And Shadows for ‘Lucky Stars’ [Featuring Cliff Richard, The Shadows, Billy Fury, Tommy Roe]
Craig Comperes TV Beat Show [Featuring Craig Douglas, Mark Wynter, Cilla Black, Tony Rivers and Castaways, Bob Miller and the Millermen]
Bing Crosby’s Three Albums
Mathis Concerts? [Featuring Johnny Mathis]
Meehan’s Ballrooms [Featuring Tony Meehan Combo]
Show Dates Changed [Featuring Heinz, Johnny Kidd, John Leyton, Dee Dee Sharp]
Big Names for ‘Scene’ [Featuring Eddie Calvert, Joe Brown, Johnny Burnette, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas, The Spinners, Brook Benton, The Caraelles, Mike Cotton’s Jazzmen, The Beatles, Brian Poole, Everly Brothers]
Advertising “I Really Don’t Want to Know,” The Caravelles (Decca)
“Applejack,” Jet Harris & Tony Meehan (Decca)
“Dragonfly,” The Tornados (Decca)
“Then He Kissed Me,” The Crystals (London)
“Sue’s Gotta Be Mine,” Del Shannon (London)
N/A BEATLES: Documentary to be networked: Special Christmas disc for fans! 6/7
N/A Gerry, Pacemakers in Xmas and ‘Million’ TV shows
Lonnie Donegan’s Yule Party Show
Little Richard on radio ‘Club’
Fourmost on French TV
Bonus from Elvis
Kenny Ball for Douglas
Dusty- Solo Disc and Tour Debuts [Featuring Dusty Springfield]
Searchers Filming
Joining Gerry’s Tour
Spotnicks Venues
EMI New from EMI
“Busted,” Ray Charles
“Big Bird,” Des Champ
“Tango,” Isley Brothers
“Theme from the Willow,” Roy Hamilton
“Baby Baby,” The Manhattan Brothers
“Jealous Heart,” Ottilie Patterson
“Shake, Shake, Shake,” Tony Rivers and The Castaways
“What Does a Girl Do?” The Shirelles
“Any Number Can Win,” Jimmy Smith
“The Little Lost Missile,” Little Johnny Starr
“Roll on Little Darlin’,” The Viscounts
“Jivin’ at the Drive-In,” Mark Valentino
“Bless My Broken Heart,” Marty Wilde
“Blowing Wild (The Ballad of Black Gold),” Houston Wells
“Blowin’ in the Wind,” Peter, Paul, and Mary (Warner Bros.)
“Blue Bayou”/ “Mean Woman Blues” Roy Orbison (London)
“Fools Rush in,” Rick Nelson (Brunswick)
“Sugar Shack,” Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs (London)
Ian Dove Lopez, Benton Shine in Package 8
Ian Dove Old songs are now ‘Advanced’! [Featuring Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Little Richard, Bill Haley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ritchie Valens, Eddie Cochran, Bo Diddley] 8
N/A From You to Us [Featuring David Bowcock, John Yarham, Roy Orbison, Phil Spector, B. Ryder, Susan Harlow, Beatles, Elvis Presley, Linda Moorhouse] 8
Nat Hentoff American Airmail [Featuring Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Jack O’Brian, Roy Castle, Garry Moore, Fred Astaire, Nat Cole, Anthony Newley, Lena Horne, Ray Charles, Phil Crosby] 8
Advertisement “Yesterday’s Gone,” Chad Stewart & Jeremy Clyde (Ember Records)
Lewis Leathers
Burns ‘TR2’
Alan Smith "S"’ for Searchers’ Success 9
N/A Lifelines of… [Featuring Allan Sherman] 9
Graeme Andrews Tommy Roe Is Twice as Happy This Time 9
Allen Evans EPs
Freddie and Dreamers (Columbia)
Billy J. Kramer (Parlophone)
Heinz (Decca)
Muddy Waters (Pye)
Shirley Bassey (Columbia)
Jimmy Rushing (Ember)
Golden Guinea New Golden Guinea Releases!
Here Comes Joe, Joe Brown and the Bruvvers
Twistin’ round the World, Chubby Checker
Chris Barber in Concert, Chris Barber’s Jazz Band
Party Time with Winnie and Joe, Winifred Atwell and Joe Henderson
I Want to Stay Here, Miki and Griff
Hitsville! Volume Two
From Russia with Love, The John Barry Seven & Orchestra (Ember)
Sing Your Way to Fame
The Alley Cat Tail Pieces [Featuring Gerry and the Pacemakers, Andy Williams, Frank Ifield, Chuck Berry, The Beatles, Bobby Darin, Sandra Dee, Tommy Roe, Rick Nelson, Buddy Holly, Adam Faith, Brook Benton, Albert Finney, Phil Soloman, Tommy Steel, Frank Sinatra, Cliff Richard, Snuffy Garrett, Freddie Cannon, Brian Epstien] 10
Allen Evans Country-and-Western Albums 10
Advertisements “Sweet Impossible You,” Brenda Lee
“It’s Almost Tomorrow,” Mark Wynter
“Little Ukulele,” Joe Brown (Piccadilly)
Darrell Mills- The Beatle Jacket
FANtastic Offers- J.B Walker
“Your Momma’s Out of Town,” Carter-Lewis (Oriole)
  Lily Poduska, October 2009  

Original pages prepared by Noah Thomas, March 1999
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