New Musical Express | November 1963

No. 877 1 November 1963  
Cover Elvis Presley [Bossa Nova Baby c/w Witchcraft] 1
Cover Congratulations! Carter Lewis and the Southerners [Straight into the Charts at No. 22 your great recording of "Your Momma's out of Town"] (Oriole Records) 1
Cover Little Duane, Richard Eddy, The Shirelles, The Flintstones, Mickie Most, The Roof Raisers, Ray Cameron [A set of shows presented by Don Arden Enterprises featuring these bands from Saturday, November 9th to Sunday, November 17th] 1
Evans, Allen LP's
Buddy Greco (Columbia) [Featuring: “I Left My Heart In San Francisco,”]
Swingin' Susan (Philips) [Susan Maughan with some great vocals on this new LP, Featuring: “Poppa Don't Preach to Me,” "Old Devil Moon," "Gypsy In My Soul," "Things Are Swingin'"]
Tribute to Patsy Cline (Brunswick) [ 12 of Patsy Cline’s best songs, Featuring: "Crazy," "Sweet Dreams," "Who Can I Count On," "Why Can't He Be You"]
Terry (Lightfoot Jazzmen) (Columbia) [Terry shows his great clarinet skills on this LP, Featuring: "Wang Wang," "Honky Tonk Train-," "Jazz Me-blues," "Kansas City Stomp," "Barefoot Days,"]
Hutchins, Chris Billy J. Gets Palladium Nerves! [Billy J. feels Tense and Helpless during one of the greatest experiences an entertainer can have.] 2
Hutchins, Chris No double salary, but two girls for Elvis in his 'Kissin' Cousins' film [Elvis and his manager are off into the mountains for the scenery of his new film 'Kissin' Cousins'.] 2
Dove, Ian Ann-Margret, Bobby Rydell here for Thursday's premiere [Ann-Margret with Elvis in "Viva Las Vegas" and Bobby Rydell in "Bye Bye Birdie"] 3
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1.  Please Please Me, Beatles (Parlophone)
2.  Meet the Searchers, Searchers (Pye)
3.  Born Free, Frank Ifield (Columbia)
4.  How Do You Like It, Gerry & Pacemakers (Columbia)
5.  The Shadows' Greatest Hits,  (Columbia)
Johnson, Derek Singles Review
Ronnie Carroll: "I Am" (UC/Afterhours)
David Curtiss & the Tremors: "What Kind of Girl Are You" (Phillips)
Paul & Paula: "First Day Back at School" (Mercury)
Kiki Dee: "Don't Put Your Heart in His Hand" (Fontana)
Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders: "For You, For You"
Steve Lawrence: "Walking Proud"
Johnny Kidd: "Hungry for Love" (HMV)
Freddie and the Dreamers: "You Were Made for Me" (Columbia)
Miki & Griff: "It Comes and Goes" (PYE)
Connie Francis: "Your Other Love" (MGM)
Bobby Vee: "Stranger in Your Arms" (Liberty)
Johnny Burnette: "All Week Long" (Capitol)
Johnny Cash: "The Matador" (CBS)
Phil Tate Orchestra: "Hitch-Hike" (Oriole)
Marty Wilde: "Bless Your Broken Heart" (Columbia)
Shirelles, "What Does a Girl Do" (Stateside)
Richard Chamberlain: "Blue Guitar" (MGM)
NME Top Thirty
1.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” Gerry and the Pacemakers (Columbia)
2.  “She Loves You,” Beatles (Parlophone)
3.  “Do You Love Me,” Brian Poole and the Tremeloes (Decca)
4.  “I,” Shirley Bassey (Columbia)
5.  “Blue Bayou,” Roy Orbison (London)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (Williamson)
2.  “Do You Love Me” (Dominion)
3.  “She Loves You” (Northern Songs)
4.  “I” (Shapiro-Bernstein)
5.  “Shindig” (Shadows Music)
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1.  “Sugar Shack” Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs
2.  “Deep Purple” Nino Tempo & April Stevens
3.  “Washington Square” Village Stompers
4.  “Busted” Ray Charles
5.  “Mean Woman Blues” Roy Orbison
NME New From EMI
1.  “Blowing Wild,” Houston Wells and The Marksmen (Parlophone)
2.  “Be My Baby,” Grazina (H.M.V.)
3.  “Busted,” Ray Charles and his orchestra (H.M.V.)
4.  “Honolulu Lulu,” Jan and Dean (Liberty)
5.  “Roll on Little Darlin’,” The Viscounts (Columbia)
N.A. Beatles Head Points Table [The Beatles have taken over Cliff Richard in the 1963 points table]
Beatles to compose own film score [Many New Lennon-McCarthy Songs]
Tragic death of Michael Holliday [Singer Michael Holliday dies at the age of 35]
Jet Harris Returning [Scheduled to return to show business early in the new year]
Vincent joins Duane Eddy [Gene Vincent to join Duane Eddy and the Shirelles on the second leg of their British tour]
Monro on Xmas Cotton show [Matt Monro will appear on the Christmas edition of BBC-TV’s “Billy Cotton Band Show” on Sunday, December 15]
Greco in Royal Show [Buddy Greco to replace Errol Garner in Royal Variety Show]
‘Crazy’ Release [“What a Crazy World” to be released by ABC on January 20th]
Judy Starts TV Battle [Both British TV channels fight for Judy Garland’s U.S. television series]
Little Richard-TV Showcase [Little Richard to Star in his own British TV Showcase]
N.A. Cliff, Tommy and Frankie at Xmas [All three to be featured in this year’s Christmas TV shows] 6-7
N.A. Ifield Summer Show and Tours Fixed [All tours back on track but film debut postpones until next autumn]
Gerry Plays to Princess [Gerry and the Pacemakers to entertain Princess Margaret at the Docklands Settlement Ball]
Dreamers on AR-TV Show [Freddie and the Dreamers and Joe Brown appear on AR-TV’s “Five O’clock Club”]
Kramer to Sweden [Billy J. Kramer to embark on 10 day Scandinavian trip early next year]
Radio Dates for American Stars [Little Richard to top the bill on November 30, while Trini Lopez stars on December 14th]
Rock Hits Revived [Decca to release three albums next February featuring a host of rock ‘n’ roll standards]
Bygraves on TV next Wednesday [ The “Max Bygraves Show” to air next Wednesday instead of December 4th]
Carter-Lewis Dates [ New Show Dates for Carter-Lewis and the Southerners]
Rolling Stones for ballrooms [New ballroom bookings for The Rolling Stones include Crewe Town Hall, Bath Pavilion, High Wycombe Town Hall, Sheffield City Hall, Nuneaton Co-op, Coventry Matrix, and Kilburn State]
EMI New From EMI
1.  “All Week Long,” Johnny Burnette (Capitol)
2.  “Blue Guitar,” Richard Chamberlain Guitar (MGM)
3.  “Broken Wings,” Frankie Davidson (H.M.V.)
4.  “You Were Made for Me,” Freddie and The Dreamers (Columbia)
5.  “I’ll Keep You Satisfied,” Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas (Parlophone)
Smith, Allen Rick Nelson’s Back [Rick Nelson is back on the charts for the first time in seventeen months] 8
N.A. New to the Charts [Peter, Paul, Mary make it at last] 8
N.A. Carter-Lewis thank Murray [ Carter-Lewis and the Southerners make the charts thanks to a Mitch Murray number-“Your Momma’s Out Of Town”] 8
N.A. Frank Ifields in a very lively ‘rut’! 9
N.A. Beatles Keep Royal Suits Secret [ Beatles one of twelve first time bands in the showcase and to feature four songs including, “Twist and Shout”] 9
N.A. Romantic Long-Run for Karl 10
N.A Dee Dee, Heinz, Kidd Make Up Strong Show 10
N.A. Agents Directory/Classifieds 11
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces [Pop News] 12
N.A. Beatles flashes from Sweden 12
N.A. Shadows talk about careers [A look into the Careers of Bruce Welch and Tony Meehan] 12
  Leejay Pollacchi, October 2009  
No. 878 8 November 1963  
Cover Beatles, Cliff, Tremeloes
“Sweet Impossible You,” Brenda Lee
“It’s Almost Tomorrow,” Mark Wynter
Dusty’s First Solo Single: “I Only Want to be with You”
Derek Johnson Cliff Reveals Secret of ‘Don’t Talk to Him” [Cliff Richard’s “Wonderful Life] 2
N.A. Life-lines of Brenda Lee
First Solo Disc [Dusty Springfield]
Alan Smith Alan Smith Goes to Paris with Brian Poole and Tremeloes and their Mums: They Conquered France! [Brian Poole and the Tremeloes’ overwhelming popularity in France] 3
Del Shannon My Top Ten 3
Derek Johnson Singles Review: Sure-Fire Heinz, Trini Below Par
Heinz: “Country Boy” / “Just Like Eddie” / “Long Tall Jack” (Decca)
Trini Lopez: “Jeanie Marie” / “Love Me Tonight” [London]
Roulettes: “Soon You’ll Be Leaving Me” / “Tell Tale Tit” (Parlophone) This can’t be the real title.
Dusty Springfield: “I Only Want to Be with You” / “Once Upon a Tie” (Philips)
Laurie Johnson Orchestra: “Twango” / “Jenny” (Pye)
Maureen Evans: “Like You Used to Do” / “As You Love Her” (Oriole)
Tony Newley: “The Fall of Girls” / “I Love Everything about You” (Decca)
Rolling Stones: “I Wanna Be Your Man”/“Stoned” (Decca)
N.A. Covers from ‘Syracuse’ [Decca and Philips record tracks for “The Boys from Syracuse”]
Quick Spins [Burl Ives, Big Pete Deuchar, Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Johnny Dankworth, Tony Hatch Orchestra, Allan Sherman, Johnny Tillotson]
N.A. Potted Pops:
Lee Chevin and the Riders: “Darling Jean” / “Memories of You” (Parlophone)
The Country Gentlemen: “Greensleeves” / “Baby Jean” (Decca)
Ivan D. Juniors: “Catch You if I Can” / “On My Mind” (Orioles)
Marcy Jo and Eddie Rambeau: “Lovers Medley” / “When I Fall in Love” / “The More I See You” / “When You Were a Tulip” (Stateside)
N.A. Best Selling LPs in Britain: Beatles, Please Please Me [Parlophone]
Gerry & Pacemakers, How Do You Like It [Columbia]
Searchers, Meet the Searchers [Pye]
The Shadows, The Shadows’ Greatest Hits [Columbia]
Trini Lopez, Trini Lopez at PJ’s [Reprise]
Frank Ifield, Born Free [Columbia]
Frank Sinatra, Sinatra’s Sinatra [Reprise]
Soundtrack, West Side Story [CBS]
Freddie and the Dreamers, Freddie and the Dreamers [Columbia]                                  Kenny Ball, Kenny Ball’s Golden Hits [Pye Golden Guinea]
NME Top Thirty
1.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” Gerry and the Pacemakers (Columbia)
2.  “She Loves You,” Beatles (Parlophone)
3.  “Be My Baby,” Ronettes (London)
4.  “Sugar and Spice, Searchers (Pye)
5.  “Blue Bayou,” Roy Orbison (London)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (Williamson)
2.  “She Loves You” (Northern Songs)
3.  “I” (Shapiro-Bernstein)
4.  “Memphis Tennessee” (Jewel)
5.  “Do You Love Me” (Dominion)
N.A. The Beatles on Jukebox Jury [BBC TV]
Make Sure of your NME Pop Calendar [Ticket Sales]
Raindrops to Philips
Pop Liners
Kramer for ‘Go Man Go’ [Light Programme’s “Go Man Go”]
Newell Waxes Dietrich [Marlene Dietrich recording]
U.S. Wants our Caravelles [Popular in America]
Max Bygraves’ ‘Lucky Stars’ [TV appearance]
Susan for Ball? [Dockland Settlements Ball]
Disc Banned- and Joe Quits Shows [Joe Brown forbidden to perform two pieces]
N.A. Billy J. with Vee on U.S. TV
Billy Fury- Film, Disc, and TV Plans
Dee Dee Sharp Flies Home [British tour over]
Hollies Ballroom
Shadows, Secombe- Xmas TV Plans [The Shadows will appear on TV]
N.A. Freddie, Dreamers to Star in Film
Freeman’s Back
Royal Show Disc [Pye recording]
On ‘Crackerjack’ [The Caravelles and Bert Weedon]
Shadows Choose Redskins’ Theme
Spotnicks Late
Carter-Lewis to Tour
Frankie Vaughan’s Radio ‘Club’ Debut [Light Programme’s ‘Saturday Club’]
Derek Johnson Question-Time with Jimmy Young 8
Ian Dove New to the Charts… Los Indios Tabajaras 8
Allen Evans EPs:
Houston, Houston Wells [Parlophone]
Sinatra-Basie [Reprise]
Ray Charles and Various Artists, Rhythm and Blues [Ember]
Jimmie Rodgers [Columbia]
Nat Cole/George Shearing [Capitol]
N.A. Everlys Aren’t Worried about their Record Lull
Fan-mania Musical [“Bye Bye Birdie”]
Burnette Fireworks [Johnny Burnette’s performance]
Ian Dove Welcome Back to Duane Eddy [Touring Britain with the Shirelles and Little Richard] 9
Andy Gray Beatles Stop the Royal Variety Show… without a Scream! 10
Chris Hutchins … Then Back to Normal! [Beatles’ performance] 10
N.A. Classifieds 11
N.A. Tail-Pieces by the Alley Cat 12
Allen Evans LPs:
Joe Brown and his Bruvvers, Here Comes Joe [Pye]
Gerry and the Pacemakers, How Do You Like It [Columbia]
The Searchers, Sugar and Spice [Pye]
Billy J. Kramer, Listen [Parlophone]
Billy Fury and the Tornados, We Want Billy! [Decca]
Miki & Griff, I Want to Stay Here [Pye Golden Guinea] Kard Denver, Kard Denver at the Yew Tree [Decca]
  Anne Porter, October 2009  
No. 879 15 November 1962  
Cover Hurry! Hurry! Free for You: a fabulous pull-out leaflet in FULL COLOUR giving details of over 100 E.M.I. LP’s and EPs including CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS, ADAM FAITH, FRANK IFIELD, SHIRLEY BASSEY… can be yours FREE if you write a post card NOW to the address below! 1
Derek Johnson Joint Jumps for Kathy! 2
Ian Dove “Busted” steps back for Ray 2
Alan Smith Beatles Tell the Secrets behind Their Golden Tracks 3
N.A. Cliff may make hits at home 3
N.A. Best Selling LP’s in Britain:
1. Beatles: Please Please Me (Parlophone)
2. Gerry & Pacemakers: How Do You Like It (Columbia)
3. Searchers: Meet the Searchers (Pye)
4. Kenny Ball’s Golden Hits (Pye Golden Gunea)
5. Searchers: Sugar and Spice (Pye)
6. Freddie and the Dreamers (Columbia)
7.  Frank Ifield: Born Free (Columbia)
8. The Shadows’ Great Hits (Columbia)
9. West Side Story Soundtrack (CBS)
10. On tour with the George Mitchell Minstrels (HMV)
Barry Alldis Luxembourg’s top resident D-J joins the NME disc reviews
Sandra Gould: “Hello Melvin” / “My Son the Surfer”
Lloyd Price: “Misty” / “Cry On” 
Neil Sedaka: “Bad Girl” / “Wait till You See My Baby” (RCA Victor)
Fourmost: “I’m in Love” / “Respectable” (Parlophone)
Gene Pitney: “Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa” / “Lonley Night Dreams” (United Artist’s)
Shirelles: “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” / “31 Flavors”
Kenny Lynch: “For You” / “With Somebody”
Pat Boone: “I Like What You Do” / “I Feel Like Crying”  
NME Top Thirty
1.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” Gerry and the Pacemakers (Columbia)
2.  “She Loves You,” Beatles (Parlophone)
3.  “Sugar and Spice,” Searchers (Pye)
4.  “Be My Baby,” Ronettes (London)
5.  “Don’t Talk to Him,” Cliff Richard (Columbia)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (Williamoan)
2.  “She Loves You” (Northern Songs)
3.  “Sugar and Spice” (Welbeck)
4.  “Miss You” (Campbell-Connelly)
5.  “Memphis Tennessee” (Jewel)
N.A. Brown-Wilde Film Sequel?
TV preview for singer’s debut
Kaye May Telerecord Here
Booked your calendar?
Gerry on Sullivan TV
…Beatles for U.S. Too!
Acker Bilk May Tour Far East
Another TV Beat film
Joe Brown wants you to write a song for him!
Denver’s Irish Dates
Heinz aids boys clibs
Theatre Review: Hit Princess
Pitney Ballrooms
Greco on Light
Ball for Germany
Searchers’ Party
Praise for Rolf
Steele Radio Show Planned
Peggy Lee Concerts?
Kenton “Steady”
N.A. Preasly Romance- “No Comment”
Because of Musicians’ Union Rules -- Duane Eddy—folk singer!
US stars for UK
Timi flies home
Shirelles release
Conway back to Newell
Mark Joins searchers
N.A. Cliff Richard Hosts Xmas Record Show
Nina and Fredrik on Palladium show
Poole on “easy Beat
Holliday Discs
Sophia Loren in musical
Berry’s home dates
“Grand Ole Opre” tour scrapped
Bobby Vee Here Next February?
Pet’s Spectacular
Album sells million
Brown’s TV show Set
Sarne’s TV prize bid
All-Groups Package
EMI forms agency
Dusty’s own Group
Freddie for Leicester
N.A. After “Sad First House- Eddy great! Shirelles add to lively act!
Who’s Where
Dreamers, Tremeloes, Searchers in a super group package
Derek Johnson Stone us! Liverpool Nods to London! 9
N.A. Life-lines of Rick Nelson 9
Nat Hentoff’s American Airmail 8
N.A. From you to us 8
N.A. Sister Now My Fan- Says New Shadow 10
N.A. Matt Haunts Filmgoers 10
N.A. Tunes Survive 10
The Alley Cat Tail-Peices 12
Allen Evans LP’s:
Pat Boone
Roy Orbison
Andy Williams
Golden Hits vol. 3
Chris Barber in Concert
Mary Wells: Bye Bye Baby
Chris Hutchins Shapiro-Rydell sparkle 12
N.A. Nashville VIPs 12
  Phoebe Pundyk, October 2009  
No. 880 22 November, 1963  
Cover Mike Hurst and Dora Bryan 1
Johnson, Derek Dusty Does it Solo [Dusty Springfield] 2
Evans, Allen LPs
Big Ones: Kenny Ball Style, Kenny Ball Jazzmen (Pye Jazz)
Helen (Shapiro) in Nashville, Helen Shapiro (Columbia)
Let the Good Time Roll, Eydie Gorme (CBS)
Party Time with Winnie and Joe, Joe Henderson and Winifred Atwell (Pye Golden Guinea)
Danny Boy, Andy Williams (CBS)
Golden Hits, Chubby Checker and Bobby Rydell (Cameo Parkway)
More Chuck Berry, Chuck Berry (Pye International)
By Jingo, Clinton Ford (Realm)
Advertising New LPs & EPs on Reprise
7’’ EPs
The Concert Sinatra, Frank Sinatra (Reprise)
Sinatra Soundtracks, Frank Sinatra (Reprise)
Sammy Davis Jnr. Salutes the London Palladium, Sammy Davis Jnr. (Reprise)
Trini Lopez at P.J.’s, Trini Lopez (Reprise)
12’’ LPs
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Frank Sinatra & His Friends (Reprise)
A Treasury of Golden Hits, Sammy Davis Jnr. (Reprise)
Smith, Alan Duane Eddy Keeps Smiling [Duane Eddy] 3
Hutchins, Chris Gerry Meets Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon [Gerry and the Pacemakers] 3
Barry Alldis and
Derek Johnson
Singles Reviews
Brian Poole and the Tremeloes: “I Can Dance” / “Are You Loving Me at All” [Decca]
Freddie Scott: “I Got a Woman” / “Brand New World” [Colpix]
Al Martino: “Living a Lie” / “I Love You Truly” [Capitol]
Tony Bennett: “Don’t Wait Too Long” / “Limehouse Blues” [CBS]
Spotnicks: “Sailor’s Hornpipe” / “Anna” [Oriole]
Buddy Greco: “This Could Be the Start of Something” / “You Make Me Feel So Young” [Columbia]
Glenda Collins: “If You’ve Got to Pick a Baby” / “In the First Place” [HMV]
Gene McDaniels: “Anyone Else” / “A New Love in Old Mexico,” [Liberty]
Bobby Rydell: “Since We Fell in Love” / “Childhood Sweetheart” [Pye]
Sam Cooke: “Little Red Rooster” / “Shake, Rattle, and Roll” [RCA]
The Beatles: “I Want to Hold Your Hand” / “This Boy” [Parlophone]
Jerry Lee Lewis: “Pen and Paper” / “Hit the Road Jack” [Mercury]
Brian Hyland: “Let Us Make Our Own Mistakes” / “Nothing Matters But You” [HMV]
Chucks: “The Hitch Hiker” / “Humpity, Dumpity” [Decca]
Jackie & Raindrops: “Down Our Street” / “My Heart is Your Heart” [Philips]
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1.  Please Please Me, The Beatles [Parlophone]
2. How Do You Like It, Gerry and the Pacemakers [Columbia]
3. Meet the Searchers, Searchers [Pye]
4. Freddie and the Dreamers, Freddie and the Dreamers [Columbia]
5. West Side Story, Soundtrack [CBS]
NME NME Top Thirty
1.  “She Loves You,” The Beatles [Parlophone]
2. “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” Gerry and the Pacemakers [Columbia]
3. “Don’t Talk to Him,” Cliff Richard [Columbia]
4. “I’ll Keep You Satisfied,” Billy J. Kramer [Parlophone]
5. “Sugar and Spice,” Searchers [Pye]
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. I’m Leaving It Up to You, Dale & Grace
2. Washington Square, Village Stompers
3. Deep Purple, Nino Tempo & April Stevens
4. Sugar Shack, Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs
5. It’s All Right, Impressions
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” (Williamson)
2. “Sugar and Spice,” (Welbeck)
3. “She Loves You,” (Northern Songs)
4. “Memphis Tennessee,” (Jewel)
5. “Miss You,” (Campbell-Connelly)
N.A. New on Sale Today
I Can Dance, Brian Poole & The Tremeloes [Decca]
The Hitch Hiker, The Chucks [Decca]
You’ve Really Got a Hold On Me, The Gamblers [Decca]
Go Tell It on the Mountain, The Classmates [Decca]
How Deep Is the Ocean, Shel Naylor [Decca]
Not Too Little - Not Too Much, Chris Sandford [Decca]
I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight, Barry & The Tamerlanes Warner Bros]
Have You Heard, The Duprees [London]
My Babe, The Righteous Brothers [London]
Wooden Soldier, Hank Locklin [RCA]
Tomorrow Is Another Day, The Vernon Girls [Decca]
Theme from Women of the World, Pete Fountain [Coral]
N.A. Shadows Summer Show for Great Yarmouth?
Beatles TV Sensation
Steele Replaces Cotton’s Show
Searchers Film Set
Irish TV Date for Tremeloes
Caravelles U.S. Visit
Faith and Bilk on Christmas ‘Club’
Crazy’ Film Release Date
Ifield Opens in Mid-June
Money’ by Searchers
Pye-Hickory Pact
N.A. Ronettes - Stones Concerts Fixed
Fenmen ‘Stars’ Debut
Gerry On ‘Jury’ in Liverpool
N.A. Vote for Your Favorites Now
American Stars Miss Dates Here
Brown’s Xmas Disc
Kitt Season Here for 13 Weeks
Next Newley Show in the Spring
EMI New from EMI
I Adore Him, The Angels
Theme from Film ‘Toys in the Attic’,  Ray Anthony
This Is Only the Beginning, Carl Baron
You Really Got a Hold on Me, Cliff Bennet and the Rebel Rousers
Do You Hear What I Hear?, Bing Crosby
Women of the World, Al Caiola and his Orchestra
The Ballad of Jded Clampett, Johnny Duncan and the Kingpins
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, The Four Seasons
Best Girl in the World, Ronnie Hilton
Teenage Idol, The Laurie Jay Combo
Anyone Else, Gene McDaniels
We’re Gonna Throw a Little Party (Y’all Come), Mrs. Mills
Hall of Mirrors, The Nu-Notes
The Little Drummer Boy, The Harry Simone Chorale
Does Goodnight Mean Goodbye, Adam Ware
You Lost the Sweetest Boy, Mary Wells
Smith, Alan The Shirelles Talk about Ronettes 8
N.A. Heinz Life-Lines 8
N.A. Mark Wynter’s Hit Becomes... 9
Johnson, Derek Robin’s Cue for Song! 9
N.A. Bern Elliot and the Fenmen 9
N.A. Nino Tempo and April Stevens 9
N.A. A Shock from Freddie and More Trophies for Beatles 10
Crawley, Tony Filmed for the States 10
Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
N.A. First Christmas Discs 12
N.A. Kramer’s 8 Good Value 12
  Jeff Sands, October 2009  
No. 881 29 November 1963  
Cover Page Photographs/Headlines 1
Smith, Alan Dave Clark Five Hire Studio to Wax Hits 3
n.a. Life-lines of Kathy Kirby 3
n.a. Spotlight Singles
“Dominique,” The Singing Nun
“The Banjo Song,” Mike Hurst
“Do You Want Me To,” Four Pennies
“The Moon Behind The Hill,” Tom Springfield
“My Prayer,” Cy Tucker
“White Christmas,” Andy Williams
Johnson, Derek [Johnson] says: Good follow-up for Adam Faith 4
Alldis, Barry Singles Review
Julie Grant: “Hello Love” / “It’s Alright Baby” (Pye)
Bobby Darin: “Be Mad Little Girl” / “Since You Been Gone” (Capitol)
Righteous Brothers: “My Babe” / “Fee-Fi-Fidily-I-Oh” (London)
Major Lance: “My Little Girl” / “Crying in the Rain” (Columbia)
Orchids, “Love Hit Me”/ “Don’s Make Me Mad” (Decca)
Singing Nun: “Dominique” / “Entre Les Etoiles” (Philips)
Chuck Berry: “Run Rudolph Run” / “Johnny B. Goode” (Pye)
The Shadows: “Geronimo” / “Shazam” (Columbia)
Danny Williams: “How Do You Keep from Crying” / “Now the Day Is Over” (HMV)
The Vengers: “Shake and Clap”/ “Shakedown” (unfound)
NME Top Thirty
1.  “She Loves You,” The Beatles (Parlophone)
2.  “Don’t Talk to Him,” Cliff Richard (Columbia)
3.  “You Were Made for Me,” Freddie and the Dreamers (Columbia)
4.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” Gerry and the Pacemakers (Columbia)
5.  “Secret Love,” Kathy Kirby (Decca)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “You’ll Never Walk Alone” (Williamson)
2.  “She Loves You” (Northern Songs)
3.  “Don’t Talk to Him” (Shadows Music)
4.  “Sugar and Spice” (Welbeck)
5.  “I’ll Keep You Satisfied” (Northern Songs)
n.a. Max Bygraves London Revue
…son Anthony cuts Decca disc (prv. Article cont.)
World Honours for British Artists
Clark Five on ‘Lucky Stars’
Big Three Shake-Up
Rolf Harris May Return to U.S.
U.S. Bonds Joins Tour
Rydell ‘Club’ Recording
Gerry Sets TV Pace
Leyton, Sarne to Join Stones on Tour
Mathis Returns for TV Shows in January
n.a. Cliff and the Shadows Leave on Monday
Kennedy Tribute May Take Millie Martin to States
Sinatra, Jnr. Tour Dates
Kathy Kirby and Kenny Ball on Sunday TV Shows
Smith, Alan Searchers Disappointed…But Not Heartbroken 8
Johnson, Derek Nashville Chief Tips New Team for Stardom and… 8
Johnson, Derek They Were in Groups First 9
Green, Richard The Most Unusual of the Year 9
Hentoff, Nat Hayley with ‘Dr. Kildare’? 9
Smith, Alan Billy J. Brought R-and-B Albums Back for DAKOTAS 10
Johnson, Derek Folk songs are alleged to be poisoning young minds?  RUBBISH! (praising the work of Peter, Paul & Mary) 10
  Sam Smith, October 2009  

Original pages prepared by Noah Thomas, March 1999
grtedit 19-Dec-2015