|No. 895||6 March 1964|
|(cover page)||McKiernan's Announce Denny Mitchell, "I've Been Crying" (Decca)
McKiernan's Congratulate the Merseybeats, 'I Think of You' (Fontana)
No. 3 The Bachelors, 'Diane' (Decca)
No. 11 Manfred Mann, '5-4-3-2-1' (H.M.V)
Dave Clark, Hollies, Billy J. Kramer, Shadows, Cilla Black, Brenda Lee
|n.a.||It's a Rave! No. 2 out Now||2|
|Green, Richard||Hollies Thank Freddie for 'Tip'||2|
|Evans, Allen||LP Reviews
Tony Bennett, This is All I Ask (CBS)
Perry Como, The Songs I Love (RCA Victor)
Perry Como, An Evening with Po (RCA Camden)
Randy Sparks, New Christy Minstrels (CBS)
Wow Sound of the Kirby Stone Four (Warner Bros. )
|Johnson, Derek||The Shadows Portray the Lot — Even Women! Their New Film
No Trend Following for Shads
|Dove, Ian||New to the Charts: Ezz Reco||3|
|Advertisment||For Today's Beat — Hohner Harmonicas||3|
|n.a.||Making for the Top: Troy Dante and the Infernos, Tell Me When (Fontana)||4|
|Dove, Ian||Suddenly Cilla becomes 'fashion expert'!||4|
|Johnson, Derek||Dave Clark's Big Responsibility!||5|
|n.a.||Life-lines of Eden Kane
NEMS Enterprises LTD
|Johnson, Derek||Singles Review: Big, Big Week for Top Pops!
Elvis Presley, "Viva Las Vegas" (RCA)
Adam Faith, "If He Tells You" / "We Are in Love" (Parlophone)
Del Shannon, "Mary Jane" / " That's the Way Love Is" (Stateside)
Nino Tempo-April, "Stardust" / "1-45" (London)
Bern Elliot and the Fenmen, "New Orleans" (Decca)
Big Dee Irwin, "Donkey Walk" / "Swinging on a Star" / "Heigh Ho" (Colpix)
Roulettes, "Bad Time" / "Can You Go" (Parlophone)
Duane Eddy, "Son of Rebel Rouser" / "The Story of Three Lovers (RCA)
The 4 Seasons, "Dawn"
Dusty Springfield, "Stay Awhile"
Mike Hurst, "Any Time that You Want Me"
|EMI||New From EMI:
The Shadows, " Theme for Young Lovers"
Peter and Gordon, " A World without Love"
The Paramounts, " Little Bitty Pretty One"
Clinton Ford, "Southtown U.S.A
Gene Pitney, "That Girl Belongs to Yesterday"
Tony Rivers and the Castaways, "I Love the Way You Walk"
Gene Vincent, "Humpty Dumpty"
1. "Anyone Who Had a Heart," Cilla Black (Palophone)
2. "Bits and Pieces," Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
3. "Diane," Bachelors (Decca)
4. "I Think of You," Merseybeats (Fontana)
5. "Needles and Pins," Searchers (Pye)
|NME||Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "Anyone Who Had a Heart" (Hill & Range)
2. "Diane" (Keith Prowse)
3. "Needles and Pins" (Metric)
4. "Bits and Pieces" (Ardmore & Beechwood)
5. "I Think of You" (Robbins)
|Hall, Albert||Billy J. and Cilla in Variety and TV||8|
|n.a.||Newell's "More" to win Oscar?
For first time: NME top ten all-British
Heinz quits Decca
Bassey talk of town
Billy J. and Cilla in variety and TV
Roy Castle on BBC-2 series
Kidd and Pirates on "Lucky Stars"
All-star charity show
Dave Berry dates
Cliff and Shadows on "Saturday Club"
Swinging Blue Jeans first LP
Pet's radio date
Jackie sought for "May" [Jackie Trent]
Searchers' next disc ["Don't Throw Your Love Away" release 1 April]
Davis will wax "Europe" entry
Ball to Rumania
|n.a.||Clark films his story
Beatles win fourth American Gold Disc
Susan's Sundays [Maughan]
Brooks for Douglas
|n.a.||Ray Charles tour dates
Monro on "Jury"
Cinemas go pop!
Films for Shadows and Frank Ifield
Bachlors and Kathy Kirby Sunday shows
Merseybeats for Cavern
Little Richard vs. Beatles!
Kathy's TV series
Vee on "Ready Steady"
"Star" composer dies [Johnny Burke, "Singing on a Star," dies in NYC at 55]
Dodd replaces Faith
|Johnson, Derke||More Singles:
The Crickets, "Lonely Avenue" (Liberty)
Don Charles, "Tower Tall" (HMV)
Mike Hurst, "Any Time that You Want Me" (Philips)
Dale and Grace, "Stop and Think It Over" (London)
|n.a.||Shirley Bassey Rates New Disc-Song Highly
More Merseyside R 'n' B
|Johnson, Derek||Despite the-beat, beat, beat from the Mersey..., Jim Breaks In! [Jim Reeves]||11|
Chuck Berry, "Memphis Tennessee"
Pat Boone, "Aint That a Shame"
The Beatles, "This Boy"
Peggy Lee, "Mr. Wonderful"
Dean Martin, "How Do You Speak to an Angel"
Johnny Fathis, "Chances Are"
Buddy Grecco, "This Could be the Start of Something Big"
Buddy Holly, "Moondreams"
Buddy Holly, "Raining in my Heart"
Roy Orbisori, "Dream Boy"
|Johnson, Derek||People behind the Beatles — 2 Recording engineer tipped off George Martin||12|
|n.a.||From You to Us
Still trying to 'explain' Beatles
Congratulations Rolling Stones on your smash hit Not Fade Away
|Dove, Ian||Kramer — Pitney style contrasts||13|
|Andrews, Graeme||Girl Almost Ruined 'Searchers' Act||13|
|n.a.||Sammy Davis Returning to Record and Film
The Beatles Cry for a Shadow
|Green, Richard||Brenda Picks a Good Year for Babies!||14|
|Dove, Ian||Billy J. Beats the Demo||14|
Dave Clark Fans!
|Chris DeJohn, Spring 2010|
|13 March||No 896|
|Ian Dove||People behind the Beatles-3: Dick James says: "British songs top now"||2|
|Chris Hutchins||Beatles reveal song secrets on film train||2-3|
|Derek Johnson||Dave Clark Five on Sullivan TV||3|
|Paul East||Kathy loved getting browned off—in sun! [Kathy Kirby]||4|
|Billy J. Kramer||Was my face red?||4|
|Derek Johnson||Anglo enterprise behind Ken's American song [Ken Dodd]||4|
|Bruce Charlton||Question time with Gerry (of the Pacemakers)||5|
|Derek Johnson||Single Reviews: Here it is! — The new one (by those Beatles of course) [Jimmy Young; Ray Charles; Richard Anthony; Dion; Sounds Inc. ; Bobby Vinton; Jackie Lyton; Johnny Tillotson]||6|
|n.a.||Potted pops [Bulldogs; Linda Saxone; Jan and Kelly; Leroys; Hank Locklin; Marvalettes; Joy Marshall; Barbara Chandler]||6|
|n.a.||Bachlors, Dusty, Kane in West End
U.S. union steps in
Second U.S. visit set for August, and now Beatles 1, 2, 3 and 4 in America! 1,700,000 U.S. advance on next single; 3,600,000 of one album sold there!
Early Elvis hits on EP
New Sullivan wants Blue Jeans
Manfred Mann's "Lucky Stars"
Stars appear for Holliday's son [Michael Holliday benefit on 19 April]
Tony Sheridan in Roy Orbison tour
Searchers may debut at New York Paramount
Gerry and Billy J. "Easy Beat" again
Ella's dates changed
Billy J. Kramer EP
Folk singers' TV
|n.a.||All-star bill at Wembly after poll show; another NME concert! [Applejacks, Cilla Black; Dakotas, Foremost, Gerry and the Pacemakers; Big Dee Irwin; Eden Kane; Billy J. Dramer; Manfred Mann Group; Tony Meehan Combo; Merseybeats; Tommy Quickly; Rolling Stones; Searchers; Sounds Incorporated; Swinging Blue Jeans]
Chuck Berry's tour now set
Stones' experiment [The Rolling Stones; Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames; experimental stereo broadcast on May 8]
Dodd radio series
Dave, Gerry and Fenmen on radio
Clark's second Sullivan date
Caravelles in variety
Kathy Kirby ill
Revised bookings on "Juke Jury"
Bachelors signed for Lena Horne's Palladium season
British TV debut for Ray Charles?
Pacemakers to Switzerland
Kramer's "Day by Day"
Dakota ill [Tony Mansfield]
Darin movie date
Jet on TV tonight
|Allen Evans||LPs: Sinatra's rep, Alex Harvey, Trini have hits [Bill Marx Trio; Freddie Cannon; Sunday Palladium Songsters; Troy Shendell; Hootenany; Jackie De Shannon]||10|
|Derek Johnson||More singles [Dee and DeeDee; Chick Graham; Gary Bonds; Joe Henderson; Orchids; David Nelson]||10|
|Big Dee Irwin||My top ten||10|
|Richard Green||The Applejacks: Exams once more important than big contract: Brumbeat||11|
|David Gillard||Newcomers to the charts: Joystrings: No "Yeahs" for Army||11|
|Derek Johnson||What chance has Blue Beat?||12|
|n.a.||Life-lines of the Merseybeats||13|
|Nat Hentoff||American airmail: When Hayley was a fan; Tidy Beatles—says hotelman||13|
|Richard Green||On the filmset with a master of disguise! Cliff keeps everyone happy between "takes"||14|
|Allen Evans||Eps [Frank Ifield; Russ Conway; Freddie and the Dreamers; Big Ben Banjo Band; Nina and Frederick]||14|
|Allen Evans||And some Hootenany LPs||14|
|No. 897||20 March 1964|
|(cover page)||The Beatles Are Back! The Beatles "Can't Buy Me Love" (Parlophone)
A Terrific New Title Written by John Lennon / Paul McCartney, Peter and Gordon "A World without Love" (Columbia)
Now...To Follow His Recent Hit "Miss You"...Comes a Fantastic New Release of One of the Greatest Songs Ever Recorded! Jimmy Young "Unchained Melody" (Columbia)
Elvis Viva Las Vegas (from his latest film Love in Las Vegas)
Sheridan, Tony on Beatles' Early Days
Diane by The Bachelors (Decca)
A Great Favorite...Eight-by-Ten, Ken Dodd (Columbia)
Elvis*Bill J. *Cilla *Faith *Poole *Pitney (Plus top pop news service)
|N.A.||The Interns: Don't You Dare [Sole Book Agent, Tito Burns Productions Limited, 3 Vere Street London W1, Telephone Hyde Park 8751, Music Publishers, Toby Music Limited, 3 Vere Street W1 Tel HYD 8751]||2|
|Announcements||Life Is Sweeter with a Dansette... The Trust Name in Sound.||2|
|N.A.||London's Gateway to the Stars: The Cellar Club [Open Nightly] Thursday March 26th, The King of Rock 'n' Roll: Jerry Lee Lewis||2|
|Marks, Cordell||Elvis Finished? Never! Says Fan after 'Vegas' [New NME Writer, Cordell Marks, took an ardent Presley girl fan to EI's latest film.
Elvis Presley [Picture]
|Announcements||Wonderful New Sounds by HOHNER for solo or group playing!||3|
|N.A.||Suntanned Frank Returns||3|
|Marks, Cordell||New to the Charts:
Peter and Gordon, a Problem for Only One of Them
Millie, from Jamaica with voice like a firecracker
|NME||From the NME, 5 Years Ago
Top Five 1959-Week Ending March 20
Last / This Week
|From the NME, 10 Years Ago
Top Five 1954-Week Ending March 20
Last / This Week
|Announcements||Baby Don't You Cry, Ray Charles: His Master's Voice Records||4|
|Premier Drums||The Merseybeats' Sound (added and abetted by Premier)
Premier: The World's Most Wanted Drums from Top Dealers in 99 Countries
|Johnson, Derek||Question-Time with Billy J. Krammer [Billy J. Krammer happy about his No 1. spot with "Little Children. "||5|
|Announcements||Top Sessioneers Help Development Of New ORBIT "Double Twelve" AMP [Ike Isaacs and Eric Ford]||5|
|Dove, Ian||Pitney the Policeman!||6|
|Hentoff, Nat||American Airmail [Nasty Crack at Beatles]||6|
|Evans, Allen||Two from Merseybeats||6|
|Announcements||Harold Davison Agency Limited Exclusively Representing: the Dave Clark Five, the Applejacks, EZZ Reco & the Launchers, The Snobs, Robb Storme & the Whispers, the Jetblacks, the Hustlers, Mary Elaine, the Sugarbeats, Formula Five, the Falling Leaves, Roger Lavern & the Microns, Sandra Barry with Her Boys||6|
|Marks, Cordell||Talks with singer Tony Sheridan about: The hard-up days of the Beatles||7|
|N.A.||Life-lines of...Cilla Black||7|
|N.A.||Cilla Black [picture]||7|
|Announcements||On One Great Singles! Frank Sinatra with Rosemary Clooney "Some Enchanted Evening" and with Keely Smith "So In Love"||7|
|N.A.||Get The Scene Mods!||7|
|N.A.||Mark Wynter: Only You
The Breakaways "That's How It Goes"
Gerry Dorsey "Take Your Time"
The Orlons "Shimmy Shimmy"
Joe Henderson "Isle of Capri"
The Bluebeaters "Little David"
Linda Saxone "Love Is a Many Splendoured Thing"
Dane Rogers and the Nu-Beats "Mary, Mary Marry Marry Me"
Charles Albertine & Orchestra Theme From "The Long Ships"
|Johnson, Derek||Singles Review
Beach Boys, "Fun, Fun, Fun" / "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" (Capitol)
Orlons, "Shimmy Shimmy" / "Everything Nice" (Cameo)
Coaster, "T'Ain't Nothin' to Me" / "Speedo's Back in Town" (Atco)
Paul Ana, "I Can't Say a Word" / "Laugh Laugh" (RCA)
Tommy Bruce, "Let It Be Me" / "No More" (Columbia)
Carol Deene, "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?" / "Love Is Wonderful" (HMV)
Four Pennies, "I Found Out the Hard Way" / "Don't Tell Me You Love Me" (Phillips)
Dusty Springfield: I Only Want to Be with You ["I Only Want to Be with You," "He's Got Something," "Twenty-Four Hours from Tulsa," & "Every Day I Have to Cry"]
|Johnson, Derek||Mark Wynter revives a former big hit
Peter, Paul, & Mary's Springfield Sound
|N.A.||Listen to Alan Dell's Showcase||8|
|NME||NME Top Thirty
1. "Little Children," Billy J. Krammer (Parlophone)
2. "Anyone Who Had a Heart," Cilla Black (Parlophone)
3. "Not Fade Away," Rolling Stones (Decca)
4. "Bits and Pieces. " Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
5. "Just One Look," Hollies (Parlophone)
|NME||NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "Anyone Who Had a Heart" (Hill & Range)
2. "Bits and Pieces" (Ardmore & Beechwood)
3. "Little Children" (Bellinda)
4. "I Think of You" (Robbins)
5. "Diane" (Keith Prowse)
|NME||NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. "She Loves You" (Beatles)
2. "I Want to Hold Your Hand" (Beatles)
3. "Please Please Me" (Beatles)
4. "Dawn" (4 Seasons)
5. "Fun, Fun, Fun" (Beach Boys)
|EMI||New From EMI
The Shadows, "Theme for Young Lovers" (from the Film Wonderful Life)
Diane Renay, "Navy Blue"
The Golden Crusaders, "I'm in Love with You"
Dr. Feelgood and the Interns, "Blang Dong"
The Leroys, "Gotta Lotta Love"
|Announcements||Don Charles, "Tower Tall"||9|
|advert||Adam Faith with the Roulettes, "If He Tells You"||9|
|advert||The Four Pennies, "Juliet"||9|
|N.A.||Billy J. : British Tour, Film Deal; Australia Likely||10|
|Announcements||Near sell-out for NME concert
Animals debut on Columbia
Fans scream with Dave Clark Five
Billy J. : British tour, film deal, Australia likely
US writers pen Freddie movie songs
Searchers on Sullivan TV
Hollies open "Pop Around"
Berry-Jeans-Perkins dates announced
Trip to Belfast
Little Richard repeat
Stones on "Ready"
Fenmen Dublin bound
Wynter going to U.S.
Kane returns to "Saturday Club"
Gerry's life on 208
Tops in Pops on "Swinging Time"
Palladium TV for Mary Kaye Trio
Poole records for new film
Caravelles going north
|N.A.||Beatles TV hour includes Cilla
Billy Fury on "Pops Parade"
Kathy off to Ireland
Dave Clark Five set for Carnegie Hall
Brian Epstein will compere Cilla's series
"Juke Jury" for Freddie—and Beatles
Date for Searchers "Don't Throw" disc
Big Dee's long British stay
Dreamers on Billy Cotton radio show
Kramer in first
Searchers AR-TV date
Applejacks on two "Top Pops"
Millie for Cavern
Ball's pianist back
Decca issues Heinz LP
Kenny and Janie on ATV series
|N.A.||Stones head big autumn tour; five weeks of one-nighter dates and venues revealed
Ball and Loss win awards
BBC plans more music
Summer time for 208
Dors plays cabaret
Hayley's new film
Gerry booked for two "Luck Stars"
Matt Monro in US cabaret?
Folk singers' dates
Musical for Lyric
Drury Lane show
Millie's film entered [Millicent Martin]
Trio in Scots revue
|N.A.||Mr. Acker Bilk and his Paramount Jazz Band||13|
|N.A.||Is Your Group "With It"? Do You Use An Organ?||13|
|Evans, Allen||LPs: Frank Ifield's happy "Blue Skies" is a winner
Frank Ifield, Blue Skies (Columbia)
Bobby Vee, I Remember Buddy Holly (Liberty)
Gene Pitney, Blue Gene (United Artists)
The Kingston Trio, Sunny Side! (Capitol)
Bing Crosby, Return to Paradise Island (Reprise)
Sarah Vaughn, Star Eyes (Columbia)
The Lively Ones, Surf Drums (London)
|Dove, Ian||Beatles, Freddie, Dave, Brian Poole and Dakotas all call on BOB for help!||14|
|Announcements||It's the New Sound City: Now Open||14|
|N.A.||Was My Face Red? Heinz...||14|
|N.A.||Sonor- Sensation in Sound||14|
|N.A.||You Can Test New Guitar Sound on Tape||15|
|N.A.||Congratulations on the opening of Sound City from Selmer [half page]||15|
|Johnson, Derek||Join a Group and See the World: That's What Happened to Brian Poole and Tremeloes||16|
|N.A.||John Lennon's Own 'Write'||16|
|N.A.||Goodbye till mid-May||16|
|N.A.||Good Luck From VOX (Greatest Name in Sound) To the New Sound City||16|
|N.A.||Life's a Ball When You Play Guitar||16|
|Green, Richard||Welcome to Jerry Lewis Again||17|
|East, Paul||The Press Boys: Andrew Oldham, Tony Barrow, Brian Sommerville||17|
|N.A.||Beatles Fans! First Time Ever LIFE Size Pics||17|
|Johnson, Derek||Teenagers Champ!- That's Adam Faith Now||18|
|N.A.||It's Tony and Matt versus rest of Europe||18|
|N.A.||Only London Appearance of the King of Rock!! Jerry Lee Lewis||18|
|N.A.||The Swinging Blue Jeans: Good Golly Miss Molly||18|
|N.A.||Boys, Be A Hit! In Beatle Style Jacket||18|
|NME||Record Of The Week! Mark Wynter, "Only You"||20|
|N.A.||Ray Ellington: Rhythm of the World||20|
|N.A.||Dave Clark Five Improved on First U.S. TV||20|
|N.A.||Jackie Lynton Sings the Lennon-McCartney Composition, "Little Child"||20|
|N.A||The Washington D.C.s, "Kisses Sweeter than Wine"||20|
|N.A.||Two New British Scorchers!! Skinny Minnie by Carter-Lewis & The Southerners / Buckle Shoe Stomp by The Snobs||20|
|Ernie Economides, Spring 2010|
|No. 898||27 March 1964|
|Cover||Shang a Doo Lang: Andrienne Poster [an Andrew Loog Oldham Production on Decca F11864]||1|
|Richard Green||A Holly a Week: Rumour about mill closing made Allan Clarke into a singer! [Interview with Clarke on his background, prior to joining the Hollies, and how he joined the Hollies. ]||2|
|Cordell Marks||Your Easter Beatles Page: Frank Talk by the Boys [Short interview with the Beatles at the AR-TV Klugsway studios]||3|
|Richard Green||Question Time — with the Swinging Blue Jeans [Questions and Answers with the Swinging Blue Jeans]||4|
|David Gillard||Mancini on the Beatles — "They'll never last!" [Mancini, who composed "Moon River" and was nominated twenty-four times for the Oscars, reports why he believes that the Beatles will not sustain]||4|
|David Cowell||A Gay Easter Feature: A young farmer gets Cilla Black talking about those Screamers! [Cowell, a farmer, who won a writing contest in BBC-TV's "East at Six Ten" for sending the best letter on what he would ask Black if he ever meets her. Cowell meets Black for a meal and asks her questions while a producer records their conversation]||5|
|Nat Hentoff||American Airmail [Brief up to dates on various bands]
George's Sister Speaks Out [George Harrison's sister, Mrs. Louise Caldwell, reports to Hentoff on her positive reactions to the Beatles]
|Brian Poole||A Letter from Brian Poole [Poole describes his experiences in South Africa as well as his arrival in Johannesburg. He also reports his interactions with the natives]||5|
|Derek Johnson||Singles Review: Rick Nelson Speeds Up a Pitney Tune
Carter-Lewis and the Southerners: "Skinny Minnie" / "Easy to Cry" (Oriole)
Sheffieds: "Got My Mojo Working" / "Hey Hey Lover Boy" (Pye)
Jan Burnnette: "Too Young" / "The Four Winds and the Seven Seas" (Oriole)
Trashmen: "Bird Dance Beat" / "A-Bone" (A-Pex)
Teddy Green: "Always" / "Give Me Your Hand" (Piccadilly)
Mickie Most: "Money Honey" / "That's Alright" (Columbia)
Gamblers: "It's So Nice" / "Nobody But Me" (Decca)
|N.A.||Potted Pops: [More singles review]
Bill Simpson: "For Sentimental Reasons" / "My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose" (Piccadilly)
Ace Cannon: "Searohin'" / "Love Letters in the Sand" (London)
Naturals: "Daisy Chain" / "That Girl" (Parlophone)
Pat McGreegan: "My Prayer" / "The Wedding" (Decca)
Lynne Curtis: "House for Sale" / "My Little Boy" (Decca)
1. "Can't Buy Me Love," Beatles (Parlophone)
2. "Little Children," Billy J. Kramer (Parlophone)
3. "Just One Look," Hollies (Parlophone)
4. "Not Fade Away," Rolling Stones (Decca)
5. "I Believe," Bachelors (Decca)
|NME||Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "Little Children" (Belinda)
2. "Anyone Who Had A Heart" (Hill & Range)
3. "Bits and Pieces" (Ardmore & Beechwood)
4. "Diana" (Keith Prowse)
5. "Not Fade Away" (Southern)
|N.A.||Danny Kaye Here in April for TV [Kaye flies in from London to introduce the first of his TV regulars, viewing on BBC-2]
Singles from Gerry and Frank Ifield [Gerry releases new singles]
Song Contest Winner [Dona Valery sings "This Is My Prayer]
Beatles, Gerry, Billy J. , Cilla — 'Panorama'! [Brain Epstein's entire entourage will be featured in a special BBC-TV "Panorama. " The Beatles' AR-TV will probably include Jerry Lee Lewis]
Sullivan Books Searchers Twice [The Searches to appear on a second appearance on the Ed Sullivan show]
Weymouth Summer Show for Hollies
Fourmost's Radio Date
Migil Five on 'Easy'
Merman TV Spectacular
TV Dates for Roy Orbison and Searchers
Lee Lewis — Vincent TV Show as LP?
Little Richard Will Film Here Next Month
Connie Francis Here in May?
Beverley Todd on Palladium
Hollingdale Leaves 208
|Dave Clark Wanted for US Film — Australia Dates
Karl Joins Helen
Millie's Spring Double
|Summer Variety Weeks for Poole
Matt Tours With Shirley in April
Cliff, Shadows and Searchers on 'Lucky'
Jet Harris Recovering
Billy J. Kramer One-nighters
Gerry's Australian Tour Begins Earlier
Faith Sought for States
Ella's Granada Date
Gershwin Film Songs
Beatles Win Five Novello Awards
Lance Percival Series
NME Concert Sold-Out
Pitney Waxes Here
Stones for Five
Bilk Radio Series
Cleo Swings the Band
Susan's Sunday Shows
|Derek Johnson||Elvis on Mersey Song — not quiet! [Johnson lists more singles]
Surfaris: "Scatter Shield" / "Bat Man" (Brunswick)
Ladybirds: "The White Cliffs of Dover" / "It's Not The Same without My Boy" (Columbia)
Julie Rogers: "It's Magic" / "Without Your Love" (Mercury)
Sinatra: "South Pacific" / "No in Love" (Reprise)
Ketty Lester: "Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid" / "The House Is Haunted" (RCA)
|N.A.||Potted Pops (continued)
Jo Chapman Orchestra: "Yesterday I Met Your Mother" / "Passo Su Passo" (RCA)
Trendsetters Ltd: "In a Big Way" / "Lucky Date" (Parlophone)
Lazy Lester: "I'm a Lover, Not a Fighter" / "Sugar Coated Love" (Stateside)
Les Reed Combo: "Spanish Armada" / "Madrid" (Fontana)
Triffids: "So Shy" / "Enough of Your Love" (Columbia)
|Ian Dove||Newcomers to Charts: Migil 5 Add One for Hit||10|
|Richard Green||People behind the Beatles: Neil and Malcolm Road Managers [Green interviews Neil and Malcolm; Neil tells Green it's a "triple job," he acts as their road manager, equipment transporter, and on the spot public relations man; under "Human Bullets," Malcolm describes a scene on arriving from the airport with the Beatles]||11|
|N.A.||Life-lines of Big Dee Irwin [Basic facts on Irwin]||11|
|Ian Dove||Fitzgerald Disappoints [on Ella Fitzgerald at an opening concert in London]||11|
|Helen Shapiro||From Helen to Us [Shapiro writes from Tokyo and briefly reports her experiences in Hong Kong]||11|
|Derek Johnson||Sixty Years of Gold Discs: Elvis has more discs, but Bing has bigger sales||12|
|Andy Gray||NME at Eurovision Contest in Denmark : Britain — Second — AGAIN!||12|
|Richard Green||Jerry Lee Sensation [Lee on stage at Birmingham Town Hall singing songs such as "Hound Dog"]||13|
|Bruce Charlton||Is it a P&G, or J&P Success? [Charlton asks Peter Asher and Gordon Waller on their success, and if they owe credit to the Beatles]||13|
|Cordell Marks||The Bachelors Believe in 'Oldies' [Marks interviews members of the Bachelors"||14|
|Richard Green||Why Pick on Me? Asks Heinz [Heinz curious on the criticism he received following a NME interview]||14|
|N.A.||From Us to You [Anthony Wheeler; K. McKillop; P. Braithwaite]||14|
|The Alley Cat||Tail-Pieces||16|
|N.A.||Was My Face Red — Ray Ennis of Blue Jeans||16|
|N.A.||In April Hit Parade — Gerry's Journey||16|
|Stephany Gladstone, Spring 2010|
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