New Musical Express | April 1964

No. 899 3 April 1964  
cover Blue Beat! Ezz Reco and the Launchers with Boysie Grant & Beverly 1
advert 70 Burns Electric Guitars to be Won! When you buy Kellogg's Rice Krispies 2
Ian Dove Gerry and Billy J.: Fame keeps them apart nowadays 3
Cordell Marks The Happy Side of Dusty 3
N.A. 'AppleJacks' — "Tell Me When" at No. 9 and rising fast! Up and Coming and the they choose Selmar, naturally 3
Announcement The Tyneside Sound! With Two Great Songs My Girl and Kathy by the Origenells on Columbia DB7259 On Sale To-Day Lawrence Wright Music Co. Ltd. 3
N.A. Life-Lines of the Applejacks 4
Ian Dove Welcome Back to Lena 4
Announcement Out Now! A Great New Recording by Dionne Warwick Walk On By 4
Richard Green Jerry Lee Lewis comments on British versions of the tunes that he made famous first! 5
Ian Dove Peter, Paul, and Mary (back in Britain now) ring up 3 Million 5
Announcement Wanted by Cyril Stapleton Girl & Boy Vocalists Artistes of Personality and Experience. Must be able to learn quickly New Pops and Old Standards. Apply by letter only with photographs to Cyril Stapleton 23-25 Abbey House 5
Derek Johnson Single reviews:
Brenda Lee: "Think" / "The Waiting Game"
Dave Berry: "Baby It's You" / "Sweet and Lovely" (Decca)
Louise Cordet: "Don't Make Me Over" / "Two Lovers" (Decca)
Jack Jones: "She Loves Me" / "I Believe in You" (RCA)
Bebugs: "Yeah Yeah" / "Lucy Lucy" (Liberty)
Georgie Fame: "Do-Re-Mi" / "Green Onions" (Columbia)
N.A. Potted pops
Garnett Mimms and the Enchanters: "Tell Me Baby" / "Any Time You Want Me" (United Artists)
Count Downe and the Zeroes: "Hello My Angel" / "Don't Shed a Tear" (Ember)
Madeline Bell: "You Don't Love Me No More" / "Don't Cross Over to My Side of the Street" (Columbia)
Jimmy Holiday: "I Lied" / "Allison" (London)
Outlaws: "Keep A-Knockin" / "Shake With Me" (HMV)
Cyclones: "Nobody" / "Little Egypt" (Oriole)
Temptations: "The Way You Do the Things You Do" / "Just Let Me Know"(Stateside)
Gregory Phillips: "Don't Bother Me" / "Make Sure You're Mine" (Pye)
N.A. Lynch v. Clay v. Loss! 6
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain :
With the Beatles, Beatles (Parlophone)
Please Please Me, Beatles (Parlophone)
West Side Story, Soundtrack (CBS)
Stay with the Hollies, Hollies (Parlophone)
Elvis' Golden Records Vol. 3, Elvis Presley (RCA)
South Pacific, Soundtrack (RCA)
Announcement Julie Rogers It's Magic 7
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S. :
"Can't Buy Me Love," Beatles
"Twist and Shout," Beatles
"She Loves You," Beatles
"I Want to Hold Your Hand," Beatles
"Please Please Me," Beatles
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain :
"Can't Buy Me Love" (Northern Songs)
"Little Children" (Belinda)
"Just One Look" (T.8. Music)
"Theme for Young Lovers" (Elstree/Shadows)
"I Believe" (Cinephonic)
N.A. NME moving [Denmark Street to Long Acre]
Max leaves Decca [Bygraves]
Everlys--at last!
Pop stars on BBC-2
Gold disc for Searchers--maybe Cilla, Dusty, Billy J.
Beatle LP by George [Martin]
Bobby Darin to Colpix?
Croydon Snobs on Hollywood TV [the Snobs, Red Skelton]
Dave US trip set
Lynch acts
Ifield, Bachelors on Palladium TV
Pops ahoy! [Radio Caroline began last weekend at 199 meters]
Big Dee's date
Fury, Orbison, P.P.& M. for "Saturday Club"
Montreaux edition of "Ready Steady"
Jet due back
Four top groups in new pop film [Freddie & the Dreamers; the Bachelors; Peter & Gordon; the Merseybeats]
Maureen joins Lance
N.A. Beatles lead Dave and Stones in points table 8-9
N.A. Joe and Jeans
Merseybeats, Eden for "Stars" — Orbison delay
Top groups for North
Cliff, Shadows Europe tour set
Murray the K will be Beatles guest
Kathy in festival
Peter and Gordon, Millie for tour
Announcement Jim Reeves I Love You Because — A great LP Good 'N' Country Bottle take effect; The world you left behind; The talking walls & 7 others 9
Announcement Ray Singer recorded on Ember S 187 Tell Me Now 9
Announcement A New Sound the Southern Sound Count Downe and the Zeros recorded on Ember S 189 Hello My Angel 9
Allen Evans LPs [Ray Conniff; Lena Horne; All-star Hootenany; Carmen McRae; Doris Day; Top Twelve; the Essex] 10
Derek Johnson The Hamburg Sound — More Singles:
Dionne Warwick: "Walk on By"/ "Any Old Time of the Day"
Shirley Bassey: "Gone" / "Your Love" (Columbia)
Millicient Martin: "Suspicion" / "Nothing But the Best" (Parlophone)
Cliff Bennett: "Got My Mojo Working" / "Beautiful Dreamer" (Parlophone)
Acker Bilk: "Never Love a Stranger" / "Bustamento" (Columbia)
Remo Four: "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate" / "Peter Gunn" (Piccadilly)
Viscounts: "Where Do You Belong" / "Kiss Me" (Columbia)
Michael Ruddy Being two people is fun for Elvis 11
Richard Green A Holly a week: Six-GCE boy Graham Nash wanted to play with sharks 11
Andy Gray We want Cliff! Shadows top in their class 12
Richard Green We want Dave! Five, Hollies get fans screaming 12
Paul East The Searchers are after the top spot with next one 13
Nat Hentoff American Airmail: Elvis gets "Beatle" billing 13
Millie Small My top ten 14
Derek Johnson Doris Day (40) starts again after six years 14
Jan Dove Newcomers to the Charts: Four Pennies 14
N.A. Classifieds 15
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 16
  Melissa Hamilton, Spring 2010  
No. 900 10 April 1964  
(cover page) Mike Berry and the Innocents, "Lovesick";
Eddie Cochran, "Skinny Jim";
Gerry and the Pacemakers, "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying";
Frank Ifield, "Angry at the Big Oak Tree"
Chris Ridley Beatles Photo Special 3
N.A. Advertisement: Butch Moore and the Capitols, "I Missed You" / "Touch Me" (Pye) 4
Richard Green The Rolling Stones LP Track by Track
1. "Route 66"
2. "I Just Wanna Make Love to You"
3. "Honest I Do"
4. "Mona"
5. "Now I've Got a Witness"
6. "Little by Little"
7. "I'm a King Bee"
8. "Carol"
9. "Tell Me"
10. "Can I Get a Witness"
11. "You Can Make It If You Try"
12. "Walking the Dog"
Paul East Flashback to the Man Who Started It All Ten Years Ago! 5
Derek Johnson Singles Review
Everly Brothers: "Ain't that Lovin' You Baby" (Warner Brothers)
Frank Ifield: "Angry at the Big Oak Tree" (Columbia)
Manfred Mann: "Hubble Bubble Toil and Trouble" (HMV)
Merseybeats: "I Think of You" (Fontana)
Helen Shaprio: "Look Over Your Shoulder" (Columbia)
Andrew Oldham: "365 Rolling Stones" (Decca)
N.A. Potted Pops
Ruth Brown: "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" (Brunskwick)
Tony Colton: "Lose My Mind" / "So Used to Loving You" (Decca)
Joyce Paul: "Don't Send Flowers" / "I'll Give You Me" (Liberty)
Dean Ford & the Gaylords: "20 Miles" / "What's the Matter with Me" (Columbia)
Glenda Collins: "Baby It Hurts" / "Nice Wasn't It" (HMV)
Jackie & the Raindrops: "Come On Dream, Come On" / "Here I Go Again" (Phillips)
Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs: "Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody" / "Young Am I" (London)
Berry Everett: "The Shoop Shoop Song" / "Hands Off" (Staeside)
NME Best Selling LBs in Britain
1. With the Beatles, Beatles (Parlophone)
2. Please Please Me, Beatles (Parlophone)
3. Stay with the Hollies, Hollies (Parlophone)
4. West Side Story, Soundtrack (CBS)
5. Elvis' Golden Records Vol 3, Elvis Presley (RCA)
NME Top Thirty
1. "I Can't Buy Me Love," Beatles (Parlophone)
2. "World without Love," Peter & Gordon (Columbia)
3. "I Believe," Bachelors (Decca)
4. "Little Children," Billy J. Kramer (Parlophone)
5. "Just One Look," Hollies (Parlophone)
Courtesy of "Billboard" Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. "I Can't Buy Me Love," Beatles
2. "Twist & Shout," Beatles
3. "Suspicion," Terry Stafford
4. "She Loves You," Beatles
5. "Hello, Dolly," Louis Armstrong
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "I Can't Buy Me Love" (Northern Songs)
2. "Little Chilren" (Belinda)
3. "World without Love" (Northern Songs)
4. "I Believe" (Cinephonic)
5. "I Love You Because" (Bourne)
N.A. More UK discs in US chart
NME lets you meet top disc stars
Searchers give a good impression
TV groups contest series
Beatles film premier at Picadilly Circus
Mark Wynter's "Swinin' Time"
Little Richard's visit extended
Stones tour
Ella's first searson here
Own songs in Peter and Gordon's album
Top groups for Channel Islands
Williams to US
Conway concerts
Genuine blues TV spectacular
Ember re-issues Clark tracks
Record firms want Pirate shows banned [Radio Carloine; record companies; Performing Rights Society offers membership; Radio Atlanta next month]
EMI show filmed for television
Vincent's dates
N.A. Rolling Stones may make big film
Americans ask Searchers back
Kathy on "Ready"
Gene: —October return
Millies ballrooms
N.A. Oldham waxes Jet Harris
Shapiro returns—radio, TV bookings
Costa's film role
Doctors fight for Brenda Lee's baby
Kramer and Dakotas booked by Sullivan
Cilla and Jerry Lee on "Saturday Club"
New singles from Kane and Fury
Cliff revives "Constantly"
Frank Iflield ill
Nelson Riddle due
Heinz ballrooms
Dance on! [Kirby]
New Kramer "Easy" date
Hollies on BBC-2
Gamblers on "Scene"
Derek Johnson Singles Review
Ned Miller: "Invisible Tears" / "Old Restless Ocean" (London)
Fast Domino: "Lazy Lady" / "Red Sails in the Sunset" (HMV)
Mike Cotton, "I Don't Wanna Know" / "This Little Pig" (Columbia)
Allan Evans LP's
Peggy Lee. In Love Again (Capitol)
Connie Francis. 16 of Connie's Biggest Hits (MGM)
Nat King Cole. Let's Face the Music (Capitol)
Joey Dee. Dance Dance Dance (Columbia)
Ian Dove Roy Orbison Seeks Ringo 10
N.A. Life-Lines of Millie 10
N.A. From You to Us 10
Bruce Charlton 'Square' Hit-Makers Have 42 New Tracks 11
Ian Dove 'Blue' Lie Led to Hit 11
Nat Hentoff Hentoff's Flashes from America 11
Cordell Marks The Mojos... 12
Graeme Andrews Tommy Tucker... 12
Richard Green A Holly a Week - 3 Tommy Didn't Want To Go 13
Cordell Marks Jim Is the Country Music Guv'nor 14
The Alley Cat Tail Pieces 16
  Brenden Hedblom, Spring 2010  
No. 901 17 April 1964  
(cover page) Headlines:
Gerry Brian, from Australia
Jim Reeves, from Sweden
Peter & Gordon, Life-lines
No. 25, "Think," Brenda Lee (Brunswick)
A New Hot Disk! "My Prayer," Pat McGeegan (Decca)
"Everything's Al'right," The Mojos (Decca)
Starlight Booking Organization, Home of Brian Poole and the Temeloes (Image)
Kellogg's 70 Burns Guitars to Be Won (Joint-Promotion) 2
Ian Dove [Ian Dove phones Australia to Gerry and Brian Poole and hears about boomerangs that didn't 'go back' and fan mania]
Gerry and the Pacemakers — ' Australia from 20,000 feet.'
Brian Poole had voice trouble- the Tremeloes Investigate
Graeme Andrews Classy Bassey Package (Regarding Shirley Bassey's tour with Vic Lewis, John Barry, and Matt Mouro) 2
NME Top 5 from Five and Ten Years Ago 3
Selmer The Bachelors (and Selmer) at the London Palladium 3
Burns A Complete Range of Transistor Amplifiers: the sound gets around 3
Bruce Charlton Secrecy Gets Dionne Warwick into Charts (Regarding Warwick's "Walk on By" which was made in secret after Cilla Black covered her preceding release "Anyone Who Had a Heart") 4
Richard Green New to the Charts: The Animals 4
Andy Gray Bachelors Triumph with Lena Horne (Performance of "Just For You" at the London Palladium) 4
Dick James Music LTD April 17th Is the Day for Christine Cambell's Fabulous Recording of Tolchard Evans' New Composition "You" (Parlophone) 4
EMI "Manfred Mann: Humble Bubble Toil and Trouble" (EMI) 4
Derek Johnson Question Time with Hank, Bruce, Brian, & John: 'The Shadows' 5
Rave Magazine It's a 'Rave'! 5
Radio Luxembourg Schedule for the next week 5
MGM Stella by Starlight: Richard Chamberlain 5
Keith Prowse Music LTD It's great: the new single by 'The Monotones' (Pye). You can hear it in Rediffusion's 'No Hiding Place' at 8 o'clock next Monday 5
Derek Johnson Reviews the Singles (Juke Box)
Andy Williams: "Wrong for Each Other" / "Madrigal" (CBS)
Pet Clark: "In Love" / "Forgetting You" (Pye)
Vandyke/Bambis: "Doin' the Mod" / "All I Want Is You" (Piccadilly)
Major Lance: "The Matador" / "Gonna Get Married" (Columbia)
Jan and Dean: "Dead Man's Curve"/ "The New Girl in School" (Liberty)
Shirelles: "Sh-La-La" / "His Lips Get in the Way" (Pye International)
Marketts: "Vanishing Point" / "Borealis" (Warner Bros.)
Eddie Cochran: "Skinny Jimmy" / "Nervous Breakdown" (Liberty)
Cliff Richard: "Constantly" / "The True Lovin'" (Columbia)
Richard Chamberlain: "Stella by Starlight" / "Georgia on My Mind" (MGM)
NME Best Selling LP's in Britain :
With the Beatles, Beatles (Parlophone)
West Side Story, Soundtrack (CBS)
Please Please Me, Beatles (Parlophone)
Stay with the Hollies, Hollies (Parlophone)
A Girl Called Dusty, Dusty Springfield (Philips)
NME NME Top Thirty
"Can't Buy Me Love," Beatles (Parlophone)
"World without Love," Peter & Gordon (Columbia
"I Believe," Bachelors (Decca)
"Little Children," Billy J. Kramer (Parlophone)
"Tell Me When," Applejacks (Decca)
Decca New on Sale Today 7
EMI New from EMI 7
NME More seats for NME night show
John Barry forms own disc company
All Britain will see Greatest-ever pop event…, NME Poll concert as two TV shows!
Billy Eckstein for Newcastle
Sining Nun and Barbra named
Groups on Loss show
Beatle songs album [Merseyboys]
Searchers to open Saturday series
Latest from Cilla, Shadows and Poole
Monro on Holliday show
Applejacks' home dates
Millie's ballrooms
Lena Horne's Palladium TV
Four Pennies to cut album
EMI rivals Top Six
Stones four-day tour
  RCA may sign up groups for US release
Animals ballrooms
Hollies latest to enter US charts
Bachelors, Freddies, and Dave on "Lucky"
NME Elvis 100,000,000
Merseybeats for Germany
Jim Reeves due
Billy J. on "Scene"
Fury opens TV series
Cliff's film premiere
Ed Sullivan here to film Beatles
Frankie and Lonnie on "Juke Box Jury"
Burns books Searchers for US: Dionne trip
Mojos' club dates
Fury's Whit date
Manfred Mann's Marquee treble
Monro on BBC-2
Chuck and Little Richard on radio
In the Swingle
Derek Johnson More Single Reviews
Kinks: "You Still Want Me" / "You Do Something to Me" (Pye)
Lulu & the Luvers: "Shout" / "Forget Me Baby" (Decca)
Mikie Finn and the Blue Men: "Pils"/ "Hush Your Mouth"
Anthony Newley: "I'll Teach You How to Cry" / "Solitude" (Decca)
Isley Bros.: "Shake It with Me Baby" / "Stagger Lee" (United Artists)
Peggy Lee: "Once" / I've Got Your Number" (Capitol)
Miracles: "The Man in You" / "Heartbreak Road" (--)
Dean and Jean: "Hey Jean, Hey Dean" / "Please Don't Tell Me Now" (Stateside)
Dovells: "Be My Girl" / "Dragster on the Prowl" (Comeo)
Allen Evans LP's
Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
A Girl Called Dusty, Dusty Springfield (Philips)
With Love, Karl Denver (Decca)
Gene McDaniels, Wonderful World (Liberty)
Ventures, Let's Go (Liberty)
Dinah Washington, Dinah (Columbia)
Derek Johnson '6.5 Special' comes to the end of the line 10
NME 'Top the Pops' for 1958
Elvis Presley — 1298 (votes)
Connie Francis — 1199
Pat Boone — 1168
Perry Como — 1088
Everly Brothers - 977
Rickenbacker Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! It's Rickenbacker (Entire Page) 10
Nat Hentoff American Airmail: Marriage Warning for Elvis! 11
Allan Kassell Pantomime Round Up! 11
Alan Haydock Laurie & Edna 11
George Harrison All about Eve
Sisters! Lita and Alma
NME From YOU to US [Christiana O'Brien and Angela Benner, Sandra Parram, Margaret Mellin, Lenda Deguid, Niall J. Gould, Steve Marfitt, James Hey, Georgina Fitch, Ralph Bunton] 12
N.A. Life-Lines of Peter and Gordon [Q&A] 12
Advertisement Genuine Acoustic Model 12
Mod Shoes Mersey Boots! 12
Today Magazine 36-Page Issue- Out Tuesday 12
David Forshaw Enterprises Available for Bookings: Ricky Gleason & The Topspots 12
Arne Klassman NMExlusive from Stockholm: Jim Reeves Delighted Blind Man's Song a Hit Again 12
NME Mojo's Top Ten:
1. "Maori Blues," Dave Brunbeck Quarrtet
2. "Je Ne Regrette Rien," Edith Piaf
3. "Tango" / "She's Gone," Isley Bros.
4. "On the Horizon," Ben E. King
5. "Cool Water," Frankie Laaine
Richard Greene A Holly a Week: Gunman of the Group 13
L.D. Heinz on [Eddie] Cochran 13
Anonymous Frankie [Vaighan] shines on Palladium television 14
Anonymous Roy Orbison Catches John Lennon in His Bubble Bath: Chris Hutchins on set of Beatles film 14
Graeme Andrews Top Six Stars Hide Identity 14
Allen Evans EPs
Gerry and Pacemakers (Columbia)
The Bachelors (Decca)
Joy Strings (Regal Zonophone)
Joanie Sommers (Warner Bros.)
Edith Piaf (Columbia)
Buddy Greco (Columbia)
Great Film Hits (Decca)
Henry Mancini (RCA Victor)
Anonymous Colonel seeks agent in Elvis — In Mars! [Television show which could be seen in Britain via Telstar] 14
Columbia Madeline Bell: 'You Don't Love Me No More' (Columbia) 14
Stateside Welcome Back Lena Horne! Just Released a Superb LP 14
NME Classifieds 15
Andy Gray Encores Deserved [Peter, Paul, and Mary] 16
The Alley Cat Tail Pieces: This pop show [Mod Ball] not on 'ball' 16
Advertisement Bargain Photographs, Pop Portraits 16
City of London Recording Studios Demo-Disks: Professional Facilities, Commercial Sound, Reasonable cost. 16
  Steven Jacobs, Spring 2010  
No. 902 24 April 1964  
(cover page) The fabulous Dennisons 'Walking the Dog'
The Kinks "You Still Want Me"
n.a. Top Ten by the Applejacks 2
Paul East A Holly a week: Modern jazz popster [Bobby Elliott] 2
Richard Green Searchers make big chart splash again! 3
Cordell Marks A 'way-out crowd': that's The Four Pennies 4
Nat Hentoff American Airmail 4
Richard Green The Swinging Blue Jeans held back The Beatles — in Norway 5
n.a. Life-lines of Gene Pitney 5
Derek Johnson Singles Review
Billy Fury: "I Will" / "Nothin' Shakin'" (Decca)
Eden Kane: "Rain, Rain, Go Away" / "Guess Who It Is" (Fontana)
Joey Dee: "Down by the Riverside" / "Getting Nearer" (Columbia)
Little Stevie: "Castles in the Sand" / "Thank You" (Stateside)
Mike Sarne: "A Place to Go" / "Out and About" (Parlophone)
Tommy Quickly: "You Might as Well Forget Him" / "It's as Simple as That" (Piccadilly)
Tommy Roe: "Be a Good Little Girl" / "Carol" (HMV)
Tornados: "Monte Carlo" / "Blue, Blue, Blue Beat" (Decca)
Marvin Gaye: "You're A Wonderful One" / "When I'm Alone I Cry" (Stateside)
Ruby and the Romantics: "Our Everlasting Love" / "Much Better Off Than I've Ever Been" (London)
Carl Perkins: "Help Me Find My Baby" / "I Wouldn't Have You" (Brunswick)
Vernons Girls: "Only You Can Do It" / "Stupid Little Girl" (Decca)
Bobby Shafto: "She's My Girl" / "Wonderful You" (Parlophone)
Tony Brook: "Meanie Genie" / "Ooh Poo Pah Do" (Columbia)
n.a. Quick Spins 6
n.a. Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. The Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones (Decca)
2. With the Beatles, The Beatles (Parlophone)
3. West Side Story, Soundtrack (CBS)
4. A Session with the Dave Clark Five, The Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
5. Please, Please Me, The Beatles (Parlophone)
NME Top Thirty
1. "World Without Love," Peter & Gordon (Columbia)
2. "I Believe," Bachelors (Decca)
3(tie). "Don't Throw Your Love Away," Searchers (Pye)
3(tie). "Can't Buy Me Love," Beatles (Parlophone)
5. "My Boy Lollipop," Millie (Fontana)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "World Without Love" (Northern Songs)
2. "Can't Buy Me Love" (Northern Songs)
3. "I Believe" (Cinephonic)
4. "I Love You Because" (Bourne)
5. "Little Children" (Belinda)
n.a. Beatles to star at Hollywood Bowl
Lastest U.K. positions in American chart
Radio dates for Searchers and Billy J. Kramer
Pacemakers on "Swingin' Time"
Meet the stars as our guests
Seeger returns to Palladium
Six TV and radio dates for Dionne
Decca issues Link group
Mark Wynter out of show
Freddie's 'Open House'
Another John-Paul for Peter-Gordon?
n.a. Princess Alex at Cliff's premiere
Freddie revives Paul Anka song
8, 9
n.a. Stones, Mann in Poll Concert
Freddie and Fury on 'Ready Steady'
Stones top LP chart
Brian Poole's pop marathon
Kramer concerts
Merseybeats ballrooms
Roy asks Searchers to Nashville shows
Charles will film in Spain now
Peter and Gordon get U.S. release
Group breaks up [Tony Meehan Combo]
Blue Jeans dates
Derek Johnson More Singles Review
Roy Orbison: "It's Over" / "Indian Wedding" (London)
Buddy Holly: "You've Got Love" / "An Empty Cup" (Coral)
Serendipity Singers: "Don't Let the Rain Come Down" / "Freedom's Star" (Philips)
Cinderellas: "Baby Baby" / "Please Don't Wake Me" (Colpix)
Derek Johnson Potted Pops
Rosemary Squires: "Bluesette" / "Nothing's Changed" (HMV)
Rey Anton & the Peppermint Men: "You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover" / "It's Cold Outside" (Parlophone)
Nancy Wilson: "The Best Is Yet to Come" / "Never Let Me Go" (Capitol)
Rebounds: "Help Me" / "The World Is Mine" (Fontana)
Hank Jacobs: "So Far Away" / "Monkey, Hips and Rice" (Sue)
Wedgwoods: "September in the Rain" / "Gone Gone Away" (Pye)
Tracey Dey: "Gonna Get Along without You Now" / "Go Away" (Stateside)
Peter Drake: "Forever" / "Sleep Walk" (Philips)
Danny King: "Tossin' and Turnin'" / "Young Blood" (Columbia)
n.a. Three more Eurovision records 10
n.a. From the NME [5 years ago, 10 years ago] 10
Ian Dove Roy Orbison produces another surprise! 11
Clyde Roberts On the new package show front: Adam [Faith] — never so good before 11
n.a. Who's Where 11
n.a. Radio Luxembourg [full programmes] 12
Derek Johnson All set for the biggest Poll show ever!... and also the greatest all-star night concert! [The Beatles, Cliff Richard, The Shadows, Joe Brown, The Searchers, The Rolling Stones, Jet Harris, Kathy Kirby, Gerry and The Pacemakers, Dave Clark Five, Billy J. Kramer, The Hollies, Swinging Blue Jeans, Joe Loss, Brian Poole and The Tremeloes] 12, 13
n.a. From You to Us 13
Ian Dove Why Elvis failed to start r&b boom 14
J. Michael Ruddy Don Everly talks about discs and our Beatles 14
n.a. Classifieds 15
"The Alley Cat" Tail-pieces 16
Neville Wareham Cilla tops in variety 16
n.a. Hit Parade's Poll parade 16
  Mike Lattari, Spring 2010  

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