New Musical Express | May 1964

No. 903 1 May 1964  
(cover page) Congratulations to Peter and Gordon on hitting the top of the charts, passing the half million mark and gaining a Silver Disc with their first record-World without Love
Tony Brook with the Breakers singing "Meanie Genie"
advert Pop People Go for Rave [May issue of Rave Magazine featuring Dusty Springfield, Alan Freeman and Pete Best] 2
Charlton, Bruce Question Time with Roy Orbison 2
N.A. NME Poll Concert Action! 3
advert Out Now! Top Six No. 4 with Your Hits For May! 3
advert Get It Now! How to Write a Hit Song by Mitch Murray 3
Peter & Gordon Top Ten 3
Editor, The Beatles, Stones, Cliff Get the Biggest Screams 4
Green, Richard Poll: First Half 4
Green, Richard This Is What Elvis Said at the Show 4
Editor, The Greatest Pop Talent Parade The World Has Ever Known! 4-5
Andrews, Graeme Second Half 5
Andrews, Graeme The All-Star Show 5
Green, Richard Second Half 5
N.A. Vox Amplification Chosen for Poll Winners Concert 5
N.A. Spotlight Singles [Susan Maughan, Ronnie Carroll] 6
EMI Listen to Alan Dell's Showcase [An E.M.I. Presentation of Radio Luxembourg ] 6
Derek Johnson Singles Review:
Russ Hamilton: "We Will Make Love" / "No One Can Love Like You" (Ember)
Countrymen: "Shadrack" / "Carlos Dominguez" (Piccadilly)
Miar Davies: "Navy Blue" / "Family Favourites" (Decca)
Skeeter Davis: "Gonna Get Along without Ya Now" / "Now You're Gone" (RCA)
Dowlands: "I Walk the Line"/ "Happy Ending" (Oriole)
Tommy Regan: "I'll Never Stop Loving You" / "This Time I'm Losing You" (Colpix)
Eddie Hodges: "Just a Kid in Love"/ "Avalanche" (MGM)
Tony Sheridan and the Beat Brothers: "Jambalaya" / "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" (Polydor)
Brian Howard and the Silhouettes: "Hooked" / "Back in the U.S.A. " (Fontana)
Force Five: "Don't Make My Baby Blue" / "Shaking Postman" (United Artists)
Ella Fitzgerald: "Can't Buy Me Love"/ "The Sweetest Sounds" (Verve)
Tom Springfield: "Brazilian Shake" / "Brazilian Blues" (Philips)
Shane Fenton: "Hey Lulu" / "I Do Do You" (Parlophone)
Al Hirt: "Cotton Candy" / "Walkin'" (RCA)
Brian Hyland: "Here's to Our Love" / "Two Kinds of Girls" (Philips)
Rose Brennan: "Make Room for One More Fool" / "Johnny Let Me Go" (Philips)
Sinx Mitchell: "Love Is All I'm Asking For" / "This Weird Sensation" (Hickory)
Johnny Mathis: "The Fall of Love" / "No More" (HMV)
Rufus Thomas: "Somebody Stole My Dog" / "I Want to Be Loved" (Stax)
Cilla Black: "You're My World" / "Suffer Now I Must" (Parlophone)
The Shadows: "Rise And Fall of Flingle Bunt" / "It's a Man's World" (Columbia
The Tremeloes: "Someone, Someone" / "Till the End of Time" (Decca)
The Serendipity Singers: "Don't Let the Rain Come Down" / "Freedom's Star" (Philips)
Steve Perry: "Crooked Little Man (Don't Let The Rain Come Down)" / "Day Dreams" (Decca)
EMI New from EMI [Bobby Shafto, The Manhattan Brothers, The Temptations, Mike Sarne, Jan and Dean, Sammy King] 7
N.A. New on sale today [Kathy Kirby, Brian Poole & the Tremeloes] 7
N.A. Caravelles You Are Here 7
NME Top Thirty
1. "World without Love," Peter & Gordon (Columbia)
2. "Don't Throw Your Love Away," Searchers (Pye)
3. "I Believe," Bachelors (Decca)
4. "My Boy Lollipop," Millie (Fontana)
5. "Can't Buy Me Love," Beatles (Parlophone)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "World without Love" (Northern Songs)
2. "Don't Throw Your Love Away" (Leeds)
3. "Can't Buy Me Love" (Northern Songs)
4. "I Love You Because" (Bourne)
5. "I Believe" (Cinephonic)
6. "Tell Me When" (Southern)
7. "Little Children" (Belinda)
8. "My Boy Lollipop" (Planetary)
9. "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" (Jaep)
10. "Just One Look" (T.S. Music)
11. "Don't Turn Around" (Robbins)
12. "You Can't Do That" (Northern Songs)
13. "Mocking Bird Hill" (Meridian)
14. "Good Golly Miss Molly" (Southern)
15. "Move Over Darling" (California)
16. "Theme for Young Lovers" (Elstree/Shadows)
17. "Diane" (Keith Prowse)
18. "Hubble Bubble" (Keith Prowse)
19. "Everything's Al' Right" (West One)
20. "Juliet" (Flamingo)
21. "Not Fade Away" (Southern)
22. "I Love the Little Things" (Welbeck)
23. "Anyone Who Had a Heart" (Hill & Range)
24. "I Think of You" (Robbins)
25. "This Is My Prayer" (Chappell)
26. "It's an Open Secret" (Feldman)
27. "New Orleans" (Dominion)
28. "Eight by Ten" (Peter Maurice)
29. "All My Loving" (Northern Songs)
30. " Baby Let Me Take You Home" (Ivy)
N.A. Stones Film Debut with Bart Script
Millie in New Film
More stars for our gala stand
Football team to make disc bow
Pop-Liners [Gerry and the Pacemakers, King Size Taylor, the Applejacks, Lulu, Billy J. Kramer, Lonnie Donegan, The Mojos, Yana, the Eagles, Billy Dainty, Dick James, Marty Melcher, Little Richard
Bachelors on Comedy Show
Brenda Lee's London Dates
Group disbands [Tony Meehan Combo]
Stones on 'Time'
Orbison charity show
Berry Tour Changes
Hollies: 'Easy Beat'
Kane on 'Parade'
Wanted Lead Trumpet
Rachel stars in Bart's musical
'Jury' Date for Dusty
Faith out, Haymes in
Searchers on Radio
Searchers in open-air show
Hollies Wax Shuman Song
Migil Five 'Ready'
Mojos Dates
Opening at Blackpool
Castle for Coventry
Dave Berry's Scots dates
Orbison on 'Scene'
All-night Stones
N.A. Cilla Black and Kathy Kirby on top TV show
Dave Clark pens his next single
Month-Long Holiday for Beatles
N.A. British Discs Cram U.S. Chart
Sullivan TV for Dusty
Poole's Ballrooms
Cinquetti on BBC-2
Cliff May Have Album in U.S.
Bachelors in Dodd series
Stars raise money for new theatre
Helen to Visit Six Countries
Searchers to join Stones on our Sunday TV show
Jazz Sextet Coming Here
Bern, Fenmen Breaking Up
Sinatra Report Denied in U.S.
Millie on Dave Clark concert
Johnson, Derek New ground for Kathy [Kathy Kirby] 10
N.A. Quick Spins [Buddy Ebsen, Sammy Kaye Orchestra, Marlene Dietrich, Crazy Rockers] 10
N.A. "I'll Prove You too can have a body like mine! 10
N.A. Demo-Discs Professional Facilities. Commercial Sound. Reasonable Cost. 10
N.A. Guitars Genuine Acoustic Model 10
N.A. Take Four!!!!...of these FREE Catalogues 10
N.A. Look Good & Feel Good in Lewis Leathers [Classic, Madison, Regent leather jackets] 10
N.A. Beatles Fans! First time ever Life Size Pics [life size pictures of The Beatles] 10
N.A. All Nite Rave Midnight to 6 a.m. Club Noreik 10
N.A. Royal Festival Hall-Sunday, 17th May at 3 p.m. [presenting Bob Dylan] 10
advert Besson for Brass 10
Evans, Allen LP Reviews
The Shadows: Dance with the Shadows" (Columbia)
Andy Williams Wonderful World of Andy Williams (CBS)
Gene Pitney: Gene Pitney Meets Fair Young Ladies of Folkland (United Artists)
Ray Charles: Ray Charles: Sweet and Sour (HMV)
Robin Hall, Jimmie MacGregor: Robin Hall, Jimmie MacGregor: Next Tonight Will Be... (HMV)
Johnny Mathias: Johnny Mathias: Tender Is the Night (HMV)
Bobby Vinton: Bobby Vinton: My H E A R T Belongs to You (Columbia)
Johnson, Derek Kathy Kirby: "You're The One" / "Love Me Baby" (Decca)
Hamilton King: "Not Until" / "I Wanna Live" (HMV)
Ronnie Carroll: "Tell Me All About It" / "Where Are You" (Philips)
Caravelles: "You Are Here" / "How Can I Be Sure?" (Fontana)
Marty Wilde: "Kiss Me" / "My, What a Woman" (Columbia)
Mary Wells: "My Guy" / "Oh Little Boy" (Stateside)
Tymes: "To Each His Own" / "Wonderland of Love" (Cameo)
Chants: "She's Mine" / "Then I'll Be Home" (Pye)
N.A. Life-lines of the Mojos [Stu, Keith, Mickey, Terry, Bob] 11
advert Boys, Be a Hit! [latest Beatle Style Jacket in popular Black Cavalry Twill] 11
Evans, Allen EPs [Adam Faith, Ray Conniff, Major Lance, Joe Loss, Hot Six, David Thorne] 11
N.A. You Might as Well Forget Him [Tommy Quickly] 11
N.A. The Wedgewoods ["September In The Rain"] 11
N.A. Brett Young ["Never Again"] 11
N.A. Tommy Regan ["I'll Never Stop Loving You"] 11
N.A. From YOU to US [letters from readers] 11
advert Balding Man? 11
N.A. Drummers in the Know Insist on Everplay Extra Drums Heads 11
Green, Richard Brenda's Heartbreak Is Over at Last [Brenda Lee's baby daughter will return home soon] 12
N.A. The Beatle Backer...Rickenbacker [Rickenbacker guitar slim-line model like the one John Lennon used on "You Can't Do That"] 12
N.A. 'Kissin' Cousins' a hit [Presley movie] 12
N.A. From the NME [Top Ten list from 5 years ago and 10 years ago] 12
advert Lost your hair? or just receding? Found a Manhattan positively undetectable 12
East, Paul Mann Finds Table-Setting Tough! 13
N.A. Radio Luxembourg Full Programmes- -208 Metres 13
advert Hit Parade out now! [magazine featuring The Beatles] 13
N.A. Davron Theatrical Managers Limited by arrangement with Don Arden are proud to present Chuck Berry The King of R & B 13
Marks, Cordell Millie-banana tree singer! [16 year-old singer Millie (Small)] 14
N.A. Mersey Boots! The Latest Style! 14
N.A. Trendsetters LTD. 14
N.A. The Continental Dancing Club 14
Green, Richard 1964 Stone Age [A New Series Featuring Rolling Stones Individually Starting with...Bill Wyman] 14
N.A. Out Tuesday A terrific Beatles issue! TODAY [Six Special Pages! That Beatle Film First Full-Colour Pictures!] 14
advert Rabin Agency 15
advert Joe Loss Limited 15
N.A. Cliff Bennett 15
N.A. King's [solely representing Screamin' Lord Sutch & The Savages] 15
N.A. Employment Agency Licences
Instrument Repairs
Records for Sale
Musical Services
Musicians Wanted
EMI Manfred Mann, "Hubble Bubble Toil and Trouble" / "I Love You Because" 16
Cat, Alley Tail-Pieces [Peter and Gordon, Bobby Rydell, George Harrison, Billy J. Kramer, Dionne Warwick, Brian Epstein, Cilla Black, Frank Sinatra, Dusty Springfield, Millie, Norman Newell, Rolling Stones] 16
Marks, Cordell From Italy and France [singers Giglioli Cinquetti and Richard Anthony] 16
N.A. Record of the Week! Tommy Quickly You Might as Well Forget Him (Piccadilly) 16
  Lauren Madden, Spring 2010  
No. 904 8 May 1964  
(cover page) Stones, Beatles, Four Pennies, Chuck Berry, Gerry, Peter and Gordon
Cliff Richard: "Constantly"(Columbia)
Brenda Lee: "Think" (Brunswick)
Lulu and the Luvers: "Shout" (Decca)
Freddie and the Dreamers: "I Love You Baby!" / "Don't Make Me Cry" (Columbia)
Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders: "Stop, Look and Listen" / "Duke of Earl" (Fontana)
Green, Richard Stones give their reactions to album 3
Hutchins, Chris Beatles Shakespeare "tribute," Let's hope they enjoy the holiday they have earned 3
Dove, Ian Cool Waters [Muddy Waters seemed subdued at performance] 3
n.a. Life-lines of the Four Pennies
Bob Dylan (23) writes songs stars like
Johnson, Derek Question time with Peter and Gordon 6
Green, Richard Dusty Springfield may go Hawaiian! 6
Green, Richard Welcome to Chuck Berry (the R-and-B giant Britain has waited years to see) and Carl Perkins 7
Poole, Brian Was my face red? [Alarm clock failure results in a rush to the studio for Brian Poole] 7
Johnson, Derek Singles Review: Bounce and drive from Freddie
Allan Sherman, "Skin" / "The Drop-Outs March" (Warner Bros)
Drifters, "One Way to Love" / "Didn't It" (London)
Jean Martin, "Save the Last Dance for Me" / "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" (Decca)
Pretty Things, "Rosalyn" / "Big Boss Man" (Fontana)
Santo and Johnny, "In the Still of the Night" / "Song for Rosemary" (Stateside)
Robert Maxwell, "Shangri-La" / "That Old Black Magic" (Brunswick)
George Martin, "All My Lovin'" / "I Saw Her Standing There" (Parlophone)
Mike Shannon, "One and One Is Two" / "Time and the River" (Philips)
Michael Cox, "Rave On" / "Just Say Hello" (HMV)
Wayne Fontana, "Stop, Look, and Listen" / "Duke of Earl" (Fontana)
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain :
1. The Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones (Decca)
2. Beatles, With the Beatles (Parlophone)
3. Soundtrack, West Side Story (CBS)
4. The Dave Clark Five, Session with the Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
5. Dusty Springfield, A Girl Named Dusty (Philips)
NME Top Thirty
1. "Don't Throw Your Love Away", Searchers (Pye)
2. "My Boy Lollipop", Millie (Fontana)
3. "I Believe", Bachelors (Decca)
4. "World Without Love", Peter and Gordon (Columbia)
5. "Can't Buy Me Love", Beatles (Parlophone)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "I Believe" (Cinephonic)
2. "World without Love" (Northern Songs)
3. "Don't Throw Your Love Away" (Leeds)
4. "I Love You Because" (Bourne)
5. "Can't Buy Me Love" (Northern Songs)
n.a. Stones may visit U.S.
Chappell fire disaster
Seven more groups start waxing! [Groups debut under new labels]
Savile aids Elvis
Ticker-tape welcome for Beatles in U.S.
Another film for Freddie?
Brian Poole's dates changed
Paul's TV talk
Mojos in film
Heinz, Saints part
Presley-Boone bill
Quick return for Bachelors
Orlando T.V. date?
Clark on T.V. tonight
n.a. Singles from Faith, Peter and Gordon
Kathy Kirby's BBC—T.V. series
Brown in cabaret
Sammy waxes British
n.a. Searchers booked for Palladium T.V.
And U.S. tour dates set
Bassey delays "talk" stint
Blue Jeans to visit Belfast
Off to Dreamland
Beatles on T.V. this Sunday
Helen for Eire
Berry joins package
Animals bookings
Poole on Loss show
Cliff: Hollywood film?
Little Richard "live"
Susan on Lance's show
Kathy's "Lucky" date
Peter and Gordon on tribute album
Matt takes it easy
n.a. Stones, Kathy, Fourmost set for radio "Club"
Applejacks dates
Decca man joins Strand
Andy for Liverpool [ Andy Stewart stars in own show]
Kenny Ball's third Australian visit
Johnson, Derek More Singles: Polished Hollies [Impressions, Trends, Bryan Davies, Mark Four, Joy Stings, Pickwicks, Denny Seyton] 13
n.a. Potted Pops [Mellotones, Allisons, Six of One, Bobby Patrick Big Six, Brett Young, Inez Foxx, Gloria Lynne, George Jones] 13
Dove, Ian Hellelujah! Little Richard is back again 13
Green, Richard Bern's Klan [replaces backing group the Fenmen] 13
Evans, Allen LPs [At the Cavern, The Springfield Story, Steve Lawrence, Academy Award Losers, Jimmy Young: Miss you, Elvis' Golden Records, Gorme Country Style, Duane Eddy: Lonely Guitar, Isley Brothers: Twisting and Shouting, Jimmy Reed: Best of the Blues, Mr. Acker Bilk] 13
Dove, Ian Cilla's criticism was..., Fury too polished! Well, why not? 14
R.G. "Old Master" guitar [rare Gretsch theft in Sound City] 14
Johnson, Derek Thanks! Says Jimmy Reeves [ Musicians Union; U.S. reciprocal exchanges] 14
Green, Richard 1964 Stone Age: Keith Richard met Mick on platform 15
Hutchins, Chris Searchers okay in chaotic concert 15
Dove, Ian Is Chuck a blues debaser [Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters] 15
Charlton, Bruce The hit parade has gone continental before 16
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail: New York hotel to take special precautions for Dave; Beatles Bowl show sell-out 16
C.H. Bruce Forsyth at "Talk of Town" 16
A.G. Gary Miller shines in "She Loves Me" 16
n.a. A giggle from America [the Bedbugs] 17
n.a. When Beatles and Gerry united [Beatmakers at Litherland]  
Evans, Allen Eps [Champion Jack Dupree, Ezz Reco, Piano Red, John Leyton, Elvis Presley, The Rattles, Dr Feelgood, Bobby Patrick Big Six, Kensington Sound] 17
Black, Cilla My Top Ten 17
Hutchins, Chris Gerry on U.S. TV—with Shirt Out! 18
Hentoff, Nat Hentoff covers Pacemakers' T.V. 18
Johnson, Derek Shakespeare gets his own back on Beatles! 18
Marks, Cordell To celebrate successful Palladium season—Bachelor Con collapsed! 18
Evans, Allen More LPs [15 great songs composed by John, Paul, George, Frankie Vaughan (and others): It's all over town] 20
  Sam McKenney, Spring 2010  
No. 905 15 May 1964  
(cover page) Freddie and the Dreamers "I Love You Baby"
The Hollies "Here I Go Again"
Sammy King and the Voltairs "What's the Secret"
Green, Richard Chuck Berry Speaks Out 3
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail: Symphony Plays Beatles' Tunes 3
Andrews, Graeme Fourmost Can't Go Wrong! 4
Hentoff, Nat Dusty Nearly Didn't Make It! 4
Dove, Ian Welcome to Dionne Warwick 5
Green, Richard Four Pennies in Heaven! 5
Johnson, Derek Singles Review
Four Seasons, "Ronnie" / "Born to Wander" (Philips)
Rick Nelson, "The Very Thought of You" / "I Wonder" (Brunswick)
Nino Tempo and April Stevens, "Tea for Two" / "I'm Confessin'" (London)
Wild Ones, "Bowie Man" / "Purple Pill Eater" (Fontana)
Julie Grant, "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" / "I Only Care about You" (Pye)
Johnson, Derek Potted Pops
Whirlwinds, "Look at Me" / "Baby Not Like You" (HMV)
Jean & The Statesides: "Putty in Your Hands" / "One Fine Day" (Columbia)
Ethna Campbell, "Girls Like Boys" / "Five Minutes More" (Mercury)
Bruce Forsyth, "The Mysterious People" / "You've Just Found Out" (Piccadilly)
Darlene Paul, "Act Like Nothing Happened" / "Walk On By" (Capitol)
Tams "You Liked to Your Daddy" / "It's All Right, You're Just in Love" (HMV)
NME Top Thirty
1. "Juliet," Four Pennies (Philips)
2. "My Boy Lollipop," Millie (Fontana)
3. "Don't' Throw Your Love Away," Searchers (Pye)
4. "I Believe," Bachelors (Decca)
5. "You're My World," Cilla Black (Parlophone)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "I Believe" (Cinephonic)
2. "Don't Throw Your Love Away" (Leeds)
3. "World without Love" (Northern Songs)
4. "Juliet" (Flamingo)
5. "I Love You Because" (Bourne)
N/A Cilla Spellbinder in Palladium Show
Mandy on Ember [Mandy Rice-Davies]
Pop Liners
Next Discs by Hit Makers [Bachelors, Applejacks, Billy J. Kramer]
Beatles on Top in US Again with First Disc
New Look "Jury"
Pennies for Charity [Four Pennies]
Extra Berry Date
Strong "Go" Cast
Beatles and Cilla on ITV: Liverpool Premier for "A Hard Day's Night"
Stones Manager Waxes Harris
July Release for Presley
Millie, Searchers, and Bachelors on "Lucky"
Fury's New Date
Roy Castle's Own TV Show
Mahalia on BBC-2
N/A Major Autumn Tour for Four Pennies
Stars Win Grammies
Dusty Returns to "East Beat"
Dusty Springsfield on Palladium TV
Billy J.: Sweden and Australia
Freeman in Pop Film
Kane's Revivals
Johnson, Derek More Singles
Redcaps, "Funny Things" / "Mighty Fine Girl" (Decca)
P.J. Proby, "Hold Me" / "The Tips of My Fingers" (Decca)
Raindrops, "Book of Love" / "I Won't Cry" (Fontana)
Tony Orlando, "Tell Me What I Can Do" / "She Doesn't Know It" (Columbia)
Eagles, "Write Me a Letter" / "Wishin' and Hopin'" (Pye)
Vic Dana, "Shangri-La" / "Warm and Tender" (Liberty)
Rick Livid and the Tone Deafs, "Tomorrow" / "Nuts and Bolts" (Parlophone)
Evans, Allan LPs
Rattles, Twist at The Star Club (Philips)
Chuck Berry, Latest and Greatest (Pye International)
Muddy Waters, Folk Singer (Pye International)
Buddy Greco, One More Time! (Columbia)
Big Jay McNely, Big Jay McNely (Warner Brothers)
Billy Eckstine, Billy Eckstine in 12 Great Movies (Mercury)
Anthony Newley: In My Solitude (Decca)
Dove, Ian Debut Triumph Here for Berry and Perkins 11
 D.G. Billy J. Gets Big Welcome 11
N/A Doris Day's Life-Lines 12
Green, Richard 1964 Stone Age: Charlie Watts Thinks Alexis Should Be Tops 12
Johnson, Derek Shadows Reveal Secret of Flingel Bunt 13
Green, Richard Gigliola Sees the Stones 13
Green, Richard Great Big Swinging Animals! 14
Dove, Ian Terry Stafford & Lulu 14
Evans, Allen EPs
Millie: Millie (Philips)
Various Artists: Rhythm and Blues Showcase (Pye International)
Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders: Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders (Fontana)
Great Film Hits (Decca)
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 16
  Rebecca Meyer, Spring 2010  
No. 630 22 May 1964  
(cover page) It's a Dickens of a Hit: The Pickwicks
"Apple Blossom Time" A Larry Page Production
Beatles: Full Autumn Tour Date
"Constantly" Cliff Richard
"Answer Me" Mark Wynter
"I Love You Because" Jim Reeve
Graeme Andrews "Question Time with Cilla Black" [A question and answer article discussing the singer's personal and professional life.] 2
Job Advertisement Well Established Northern Beat Group Agency require Book Manager 2
George Rooney Roy Orbison Discusses Where Elvis Stands Now [Roy Orbison discusses Elvis' popularity and explains how although his popularity has faded over time he still is one of the best musicians out there. Elvis Presley pictured to the left.] 3
R.G. P.J. Seeks English Castle as Home [P.J. Proby looks to settle down in England .] 3
Christine Gordon Gerry Sets Pace in Blackpool [Gerry and the Pacemakers open their weeklong tour on Saturday at Blackpool's North Pier] 3
Derek Johnson Magic Is Still There for Peter & Gordon [Review of their newest singles "Nobody I Know" and a "World Without Love" produced by Colombia .] 4
Derek Johnson Singles Review
Migil Five: "Near You"/ "Don't Wanna Go On Shaking" (Pye)
Louis Armstrong: "Hello Dolly" / "A Lot of Living to Do" (Decca)
Karl Denver: "Love Me with All Your Heart" / "Am I That Easy to Forget" (Decca)
Ezz Reco: "Please Come Back" / "King of Kings (Columbia)
Kaye Sisters: "Keep on Loving Me" / "That Little Touch of Magic" (Philips)
Cresters: "Put Your Arms around Me" / "Do It with Me" (HMV)
Andee Silver: "Too Young to Go Steady" / "Sleeping Beauty" (HMV)
Tony Daines: "Too Late" / "I Told You So" (Fontana)
NME Music Charts Best Selling LP's in Britain , Top Thirty:
1. The Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones (Decca)
2. With the Beatles, the Beatles (Parlophone)
3. Dance with the Shadows, the Shadows (Columbia)
4. West Side Story, Soundtrack (CBS)
5. A Session with the Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
Advertisement The Searchers: A Great New 14 Track L.P. 4
NME Music Charts: Best Selling Pop Records in Britain , Top Thirty
1. "Juliet," Four Pennies (Philips)
2. "You're My World," Cilla Black (Parlophone)
3. "It's Over," Roy Orbison (London)
4. "My Boy Lollipop," Millie (Fontana)
5. "Cosntantly," Cliff Richard ( Colombia )
NME Music Charts: Best Selling Pop Records in the U.S. , Top Thirty
1. "My Guy," Mary Wells
2. "You're My World," Cilla Black
3. "Hello Dolly," Louis Armstrong
4. "Chapel of Love," Dixie Cups
5. "Love Me with All Your Hard," Ray Charles Singers
NME Music Charts: Best Selling Sheet Music in Britian, Top Thirty
1. "Juliet" (Fiamingo)
2. "You're My World" (Aberbach)
3. "I Believe" (Cinephonie)
4. "Don't Throw Your Love Away" (Leeds)
5. "I Love You Because" (Bourne)
NA Beatles: Summer Concerts, Full Autumn Tour Dates [The Beatles return to London for concerts.]
Peter-Gordon, Dave Clark Win "Golds"
Former Beatle's debut on Decca
Manfred Mann at Festival
Karl and Mark for Yarmouth
Searchers in Variety
Fury and Migil 5 on Radio Marathon
Heinz Still on Decca
Andy Williams Series
Label a-and-r Men Switch
Millie Dates in Ireland
Eckstine 'To Midnight'
Pennies sought for U.S. Tour
NA Tom Jones' Team to Make Gerry's Film
Now its...Rolling Stones at Carnegie Hall
Best U.S. Chart Positions: Beatles Slip; Millie Up
More British Stars Set for America
Nat Cole Cancels British Visit
Little Richard on TV Tonight
Pennies to end Epstein Series
NA Life Lines of Dionne Warwick [Information about her personal and professional life] 8
NA From You to Us [Inquiries and comments from readers] 8
Richard Green Mick Jagger Speaks His Mind [Mick Jagger discusses aspects of his personal life most notably fashion.] 8
Ian Dove Orbison's Farewell 8
NA Dusty Had To Put Her Foot Down [Dusty Springfield reflects on world-wide tour which recently came to an end.] 9
Advertisement The Cresters with Malcolm Clark and Richard Harding 9
Derek Johnson Bachelors Capture Blackpool 9
NA Music Charts: Top Ten 5 Years Ago
1. "A Fool Such as I Need Your Love Tonight," Elvis Presley (RCA)
2. "It Doesn't Matter Anymore," Buddy Holly (Coral)
3. "It's Late," Ricky Nelson (London)
4. "Side Saddle," Russ Conway (Columbia)
5. "Donna," Marly Wilde (Philips)
NA Music Charts: Top Ten 10 Years Ago
1. "Secret Love," Dorris Day (Philips)
2. "Such a Night," Johnnie Ray (Philips)
3. "Friends and Neighbors," Billy Cotton (Decca)
4. "Changing Partners," Kay Star (Capitol)
5. "Happy Wanderer," Obenkirchen Choir (Parlophone)
Lionel Morton Four Pennies Top 10 10
Cordell Marks Mojos Working!  
Ian Dove "New To The Charts Mary Wells is Beatles' Favorite" 10
Advertisement USA Top Ten: Peter and Gordon 10
Advertisements Mersey Groups LTD. 11
Advertisement The Kinks PYE Records 11
Advertisment "I Love You Because," Jim Reeves (Bourne)
"Hubble Bubble Toil and Trouble," Manfred Mann (HMV)
Arne Classman Sweden Tough on Dave Clark Five 12
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
Ian Dove Poet Dylan 12
NA Who's Where
Frannkie Vaughan, Cilla Balck. Fourmost: London Paladium
Black and White Minstrel Show: Victoria Palace
Adam Faith, Susan Maughan: Nottingham Theatre Royal
  Record of the Week: "Near You" (Migil Five) 12
Announcement Are You Ambitious Go-Ahead Beat Group? Then Join B.G. Fed. Now! 12
  Brian Petchers, Spring 2010  
No. 967 29 May 1964  
N.A. Life Lines of the Migil Five ( lists trivia about each member) 2
Derek Johnson Cliff Loves 'Quite-Noisy' Paris Audiences (An interview with Cliff Richards) 3
Richard Green Rolling Stones successors are New to the Charts: YARDBIRDS ARE IN! 4
Richard Green Fans mob the Stones 5
Derek Johnson Singles review
Bachelors: "Ramona" / "Sweet Lullabies" (Decca)
Gene Vincent: "La-Den-Da-Den-Da-Da" / "The Beginning of the End" (Columbia)
Connie Francis: "Be Anything" / "Tommy" (MGM)
Billy Walker: "A Little on the Lonely Side" / "My Heart Cries for You" (Decca)
Contours: "Can You Do It" / "I'll Stand by You" (Stateside label)
Fats Domino: "If You Don't Know What Love Is" / "Something You Got Baby" (HMV)
Quist-Ryder: "See the Funny Little Clown" / "When She Comes to You" (Pye)
The Beatles: "Ain't She Sweet" / "If You Love Me Baby" (Polydor)
Allan Evans LPs
Rolling Stones: The Rolling Stones (Decca)
Beatles: With the Beatles (Parlophone)
Shadows: Dance with the Shadows (Columbia)
The Dave Clark Five: A Session with the Dave Clark Five (Columbia)
Searchers It's the Searchers (Pye)
Soundtrack West Side Story (CBS)
Chuck Berry: The Latest and the Greatest (Pye Int)
Hollies: Stay with the Hollies (Parlophone)
Elvis Presley: Elvis' Golden Records Vol.3 (RCA)
  Roy Orbison. In Dreams (London) 6
NME Top Thirty
1. "You're My World," Cilla Black (Parlophone)
2. "Juliet," Four Pennies (Philips)
3. "Its Over," Roy Orbison (London)
4. "My Boy Lollipop," Millie (Fontana)
5. "Constantly," Cliff Richard (Columbia)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "Juliet" (Flamingo)
2. "I Believe" (Cinephone)
3. "You're My World" (Aberbach)
4. "Don't Throw Your Love Away" (Leeds)
5. "My Boy Lollipop" (Planetary)
Center Pages Clark Going Back to U.S. [Dave Clark Five]
Bachelors: Panto Stars and Major TV Dates [Roles in "Jack and the Banstalk" and Ed Sullivan show]
Kenny Ball on Palladium TV
Mojos Booked for Festival
Presley Film Opening ["Kissing Cousins"]
Welcome Home Stones' Show [All-night concert Alexandria Palace June 26]
Matthew Comperes New Pop Series
Jack Good Produces Long John's Disc
Cilla Black Got a Huge 21st Birthday Surprise on Wednesday
Dusty May Join Pennies Tour
  Home Once More! [The Beatles]
Royal Show and Tour for Billy J. Kramer [Autumn Tour Set]
Lonnie Donegan for Australia [opens July 27th]
Yardbirds Bookings [Soho Marquee, Kingston Cellar and Craw Daddy]
Harley Up-Dates 'Clock' Waxing [Re-recording "Rock around the Clock"]
Millie Due to Quit Hospital
Applejacks' Club Dates [July Catford Savoy (1st) Worthington Assembly Hall (2nd) Northwich St. Andrew's Hall (3rd) Soho 100 (8th) Didderminster Town Hall (9th) Dorking Halls (10th) and Crawley Field Grammar School (11th)]
Peter-Gordon, Billy J. Race to Top
  Rolling Stones, George (and Maybe Paul) for 'Jury' (BBC's "Juke Box Jury") 10
  Cilla and Fourmost in Gerry's Film 10
Derek Johnson More Singles: Blue Jeans Surprise
Swinging Blue Jeans: You're No Good"/ "Don't You Worry about Me" (HMV)
Houston Wells: "Galaway"/ "Livin' Alone" (Parlophone)
Remo Four: "Sally Go Round" / "I Know a Girl" (Piccadilly)
Bert Weedon: "Gin Mill Guitar" / "Guitar Boogie" (HMV)
Graham Bond: "Long Tall Shorty" / "Long Legged Baby" (Decca)
Freddy Cannon: "Sweet Georgia Brown" / "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans" (Stateside)
Two 'Dolly' Discs: "Hello Dolly" / Troylean Stomp" (Pye)
Quotations: "Alright Baby" / "Love You All Over Again" (Decca)
Other Two: "I Wanna Be with You" / "Grumbling Guitar" (Decca)
Jackie Trent: " Autumn Leaves" / "If You Love Me" (Pye)
Allen Evans More LPs
The Searchers. It's the Searchers (Pye)
Frank Sinatra. Frank Sinatra: Academy Award Winners (Reprise)
Compilation. Kiss Me Kate and Finnian's Rainbow (Reprise)
Trini Lopez. Trini Lopez on the Move (Reprise)
Jody Miller (Capitol)
Compilation Top 12- Vol.2 (Top Six)
Roy Hamilton Warm Soul (MGM)
Francoise Hardy (Pye)
  Richard Green finds 'Every Day's a Holiday' at Clacton Waiter John Leyton! 12
  1964 Stone Age: The deep one! [Rolling Stone Brian Jones] 13
  The friendly girl from America makes many new friends in London: Dionne Warwick Really Gets Around! 14
The Alley Cat Tail Pieces [Trivia about Cilla Black, Dave Clark Five, Searchers, Lonnie Donegan, John Lennon, Lulu and the Luvvers, Pat Boone etc.] 16
  Jennifer Rawson, Spring 2010  

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