New Musical Express | July 1964

No. 912 3 July 1964  
Cover Page Dusty Springfield, "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" 1
Rave Magazine For the July Issue--Out Now!
Wonderful Hard Day's Life--Great Picture from the new Beatles and Cliff films
The Rolling Stones--As You've Never Known Them (plus 'rave' exclusive by Stone Brian Jones)
Cilla Talks Heart to Heart to Alan Freeman
Come Fly with the Stars
When the Merseys Were Nearly Beat
Today's Raves
14 Pages of Super Colour Pics
Johnson, Derek The Full Score [NME Point System for best-selling music January 1964--July 1964] 3
Johnson, Derek Cliff's Pic Packed with 'Wonderful Life' [Review of Cliff Richard's film] 4
N.A. Fifty Years of Song [Short description of the Performing Right Society's 50th anniversary dinner in London] 4
N.A. Proby Hopes to Be as Big as Beatles [article about PJ Proby's persona] 5
Lulu Lulu's Top Ten
"Shout," the Isley Brothers
"Let the Good Times Roll," Ray Charles
"San Francisco," Tony Bennett
"Passing Strangers," Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine
"Can I Get a Witness," Marvin Gaye
"Walk on By," Dionne Warwick
"Man Guy," Mary Wells
"Shop Around," The Miracles
"I Saw Her Standing There," The Beatles
"24 Hours from Tulsa," Dusty Springfield
Dove, Ian "Louis' Horn Don't Hate Him Yet" [Article about Louis Armstrong's health at the age of 64--His 64th birthday was the next day, July 4, 1964] 5
Johnson, Derek Singles
The Beatles, "A Hard Day's Night" / "Things We Said Today" (Parlophone)
Searchers, "Some Day We're Gonna Love Again" / "Don't Throw Your Love Away" (Pye)
Frank Ifield, "I Should Care" / "Another Cup of Coffee" (Columbia)
Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto, "The Girl from Ipanema" (Verve)
Stan Getz, "Blowin in the Wind" (Verve)
Ethel Ennis, "The Girl from Ipanema" / "When Will the Hurt Be Over?" (RCA)
Christine Holmes, "Play Me a Sad Song" / "Doesn't He Know" (Mercury)
Sam Cooke, "Tennessee Waltz" / "Good Times" (RCA)
Clevelands, "Everything Is Fine" / "Little Girl in Calico" (Philips)
Merseybeats, "Wishin' and Hopin'" / "Milkman" (Fontana)
Maureen Evans, "Don't Believe Him" / "He Knows I Love Him Too Much" (Oriole)
Barron Knights, "Call Up the Groups" (Columbia)
Johnson, Derek Potted Pops [Song Reviews]
Inez Foxx, "Hurt by Love" / "Confusion" / "Mocking Bird" (Sue)
Jackie Lynn, "All in My Mind" / "Grin and Bear It" (HMV)
Ann Shelton, "I Cried for You" / "I Don't Want to Walk without You" (Philips)
The Firing Squad, "A Little Bit More" / "Bull Moose" (Parlophone)
The High Numbers "Zoot Suit," / "I'm The Face" (Fontana)
Mike Leroy, "500 Miles" / "Big City" (Columbia)
Molly Bee, "He Doesn't Want You" / "Our Secret" (Liberty)
Mickey Finn & the Blue Men, "Reelin' and a'Rockin" / "I Still Want You" (Oriole)
Everly Brothers, "Don't Forget to Cry" (Warner Bros)
Carefrees, "We Love You Beatles" / "The Paddy Whack" (Oriole)
Johnson, Derek "A Lot of Camelot" [Review of music from the musical, "Camelot"] 6
NME Top Thirty: Bestselling Pop Records UK
1. "House of the Rising Sun," Animals (Columbia)
2. "It's Over," Roy Orbison (London)
3. "Someone," Brian Poole and the Tremeloes (Decca)
4. "Hello Dolly," Louis Armstrong (London)
5. "Hold Me," P.J. Proby (Decca)
Billboard Bestselling Pop Records in U.S. [Courtesy of Billboard Tuesday, June 30, 1964]
"Get Around" Beach Boys
2. "My Boy Lollipop" Millie Small
3. "Memphis" Johnny Rivers
4. "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" Gerry and the Pacemakers
5. "People" Barbara Stresisand
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "Hello Dolly" (Chappell)
2. "Someone" (Burlington)
3. "You're My World" (Aberbach)
4. "It's Over" (Acuff-Rose)
5. You're No Good" (Morris)
N.A. In US chart race, "Hard Day's Night" jumps in at no. 56
Strike hits "Lucky" [ITV technicians strike]
Adam fan on Pye [Sandie Shaw]
Palladium panto for Cliff and Shadows?
Gerry, P.J.Proby Sunday shows
Tessie joins "Juke Jury"
Fury tour off
Ifield's "Pop Luck"
Scottish tour for the Mojos
Searchers open Sunday series
Shirley Bassey to Monte Carlo
Blue Jeans to play at eating festival
Yardbirds for Ayr festival
Hollies-Millie tour finalised
Nicol on Beatles bill
Beatles may yet be on "Stars"
N.A. Americans in BBC-2 series [Peter, Paul, & Mary; Duke Ellington; Allan Sherman]
Laurence Harvey in new musical [Camelot]
Dusty goes Stark
Stones, Cilla and Animals in "Gear"
N.A. Searchers and Gerry on "Saturday Club"
Cilla, Frankie in "100 Stars"
Lulu's bookings
Migil "Swings"
The Animals tour venues revealed: "Sun" sales near 500,00
Dave out of hospital
Sinatra sooner
Rodgers' first on Pye
Mann's "Open House"
Stones' holiday in Ibiza
Cilla's "Million" date
Pennies venues
Brian Poole dates off
Dixie Cups here in autumn?
Dusty with Ed [Sullivan]
Kramer at Brighton
Cliff's film release
Evans, Allen Big Three's Film Albums Make Keen Listening --
Beatles, Hard Day's Night (Parlophone)
Cliff Richard & the Shadows, Wonderful Life (Columbia
Elvis, Kissin' Cousins (RCA Victor)
Dove, Ian Dusty Had a Ball with Dionne [Dusty Springfield and Dionne Warwick] 10
N.A. Cliff's Secret Holiday [Cliff Richard's vacation] 10
Green, Richard Cilla Has a Busy Day! [Cilla Black] 11
N.A. Life-Lines of John Lee Hooker [Brief Bio on the Artist] 11
N.A. Who's Where (Week commencing July 6, 1964)
Frankie Vaughan, Cilla Black, Fourmost play at London Palladium
Bachelors at Blackpool Central Pier
Frank Ifield, Kathy Kirby at Blackpool ABC
Danny Williams at Blackpool North Pier
Jimmy Nicol, Clinton Ford at Blackpool Winter Gardens
Joe Brown and Johnny Kidd at Blackpool South Pier
Matt Monro and Three Monarchs at Bournemouth Winter Gardens
Billy Fury, Rolf Harris, and Karl Denver at Great Yarmouth Royal Aquarium
Shadows at Great Yarmouth ABC
Heinz at Rhyl Pavilion
Freddie and the Dreamers at Douglas Crescent
Lonnie Donegan and Mark Winter at Brighton Hippodrome
Adam Faith and Roulettes at Margate Winter Gardens
NME 5 Years Ago: Top ten 1959, Week ending July 3
1. "Dream Lover," Bobby Darin (London)
2. "Roulette," Russ Conway (Columbia)
3. "A Teenager in Love," Marty Wilde (Philips)
4. "Battle of New Orleans," Lonnie Donegan (Pye)
5. "A Fool Such as I" / "I Need Your Love Tonight," Elvis Presley (RCA)
NME 10 Years Ago: Top Ten 1954, Week Ending July 3
1. "Cara Mia," David Whitfield (Decca)
2. "Secret Love," Doris Day (Philips)
3. "Such a Night," Johnnie Ray (Philips)
4. "Idle Gossip," Perry Como (HMV)
5. "Little Things Mean a Lot," Kitty Kallen (Brunswick)
N.A. Advertisements 12
Johnson, Derek Shadows Win Over All Ages 13
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail [Various celebrity gossip from America ]
"No Room for the Beatles" [Beverly Hills Hotel refuses a reservation by the Beatles because it did not want a mob of 'teenage fans' at the hotel]
Dove, Ian I Couldn't Afford to Sign Stones! [Interview with Gorgio Gometsky, the man who signed the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds] 14
N.A. From You to Us 14
N.A. Classifieds 15
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 16
Gordon, Christine Joe's Terrific All-Round Performance at Blackpool [Joe Brown] 16
  Courtney Spiller, Spring 2010  
No. 913 10 July 1964  
(cover page) The Merseybeats' "Wishin' and Hopin'" 1
Andy Gray Beatles Great Comics! 3
George Kendrick Freddie Sets Trend 3
Ian Dove Gerry Gets the Mersey Screams! 4
Richard Green Animals Get Wrapped Up and Go On and On! 5
Derek Johnson Freddie and the Dreamers, "Just for You" / "Don't Do That to Me" (Columbia)
Ronettes, "Breakin' Up" / "Big Red" (London)
Four Seasons, "Alone" / "Long Lonely Nights" (Stateside)
Chubby Checker, "Rosie" / "Lazy Elsie Molly" (Cameo)
Peter, Paul and Mary, "Oh, Rock My Soul" (Warner Brothers)
Glenda Collins, "Lollipop" / "Everybody's Gotta Fall in Love" (HMV)
Johnny Mathis, "Taste of Tears" / "White Roses from a Blue Valentine" (HMV)
Chartbusters, "She's the One" / "Slippin' thru Your Fingers" (London)
NME Top Thirty
1. "House of the Rising Sun," Animals (Columbia)
2. "It's All Over Now," Rolling Stones (Decca)
3. "Hold Me," P. J. Proby (Decca)
4. "It's Over," Roy Orbison (London)
5. "You're No Good," Swingin' Blue Jeans (HMV)
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "Hello Dolly" (Chappell)
2. "Someone" (Burlington)
3. "The House of the Rising Sun" (Keith Prowse)
4. "It's Over" (Acuff-Rose)
5. "You're No Good" (Morris)
David Croft Ray Charles 'Good Times' Broke Ice 8
N.A. Earl's Group Switch 8
NME Beatles, Dusty leap into US top ten
Ray Charles "Good Times" broke ice
New disc signings: Earl's group switch [Earl Preston]
Beatles "Night" LP sales head for world record: Christmas show "support" named
Bygraves "Night Out" on Sunday
Adam's "Saturday Club"
Applejacks Scots tour
Topper Brown
Blue Jeans for Sweden
Last for Ray Charles
Two RSG shows in one tonight!
Vaughan in 'Pool panto
Proby on Stones tour
Going to Douglas [Brian Poole and the Tremeloes]
Southend Sunday shows
Bilk on Harris show
Duo, Searchers "down under"
Gerry and Lulu on "easy Beat"
Yardbirds join Kramer
Lulu "To Midnight"
Singles from Presley, Cilla and Fourmost
Sinatra cances London concerts
Bachelors "Parade"
Mark stays on [Mark Wynter]
Searchers on "open"
Shafto to US
Dankworth in Festival
Nancy Wilson on TV
NME Billy Fury star on film musical
Cliff's TV show next Wednesday
Ifield in "Gear"
Fame on "Swing"
Millie's US date
Dietrich for Edinburgh
Poole for Morecambe
Proby dtes
Mojos added to Stones tour
Beatles "Lucky" with Searchers
Judy in London play?
Sellers back to stage
ABC promotes Jones
Teens on "Beat Room"
Mann-Witherspoon jazz festival
Derek Johnson King Size Taylor, "Somebody's Always Trying" / "Looking for My Baby" (Decca)
Paramounts, "I'm the One Who Loves You" / "It Won't Be Long" (Parlophone)
Dean and Jean, "I Wanna Be Loved" / "Thread Your Needle" (Stateside)
Interns, "Cry to Me" / "There's Love for You" (Philips)
Sounds Inc., "Spanish Harlem" / "Rinky Dink" (Columbia)
Sandie Shaw, "As Long as You're Happy" / "Ya-Ya Da-Da" (Pye)
Allen Evans LPs
Judy Garland, Just for Openers (Capitol)
Limeliters, More of Everything (RCA Victor)
George Martin, Off The Beatle Track (Parlophone)
Pat Boone, Touch of Your Lips (London)
Sonny Boy Williamson, Sonny Boy Williamson (Pye International)
Floyd Cramer, Country Piano and City Strings (RCA Victor)
George Shearing, Old Gold and Ivory (Capitol)
Carmen Cavallaro, Songs Everyone Knows (Brunswick)
Sandy Nelson Plays, Sandy Nelson Plays (Liberty)
Bob Newhart, Faces Bob Newhart (Warner Brothers)
Stan Freberg, The Best of Stan Freberg (Capitol)
Ray Martine, Ray Martine (Golden Guinea)
Al Martino, Exciting Voice of Al Martino (Capitol)
Cordell Marks Question-time with the Applejacks! 11
Nat Hentoff Elvis--in Girl's Clothes 11
Richard Green Nashville Teens Got Break on Chuck Berry Tour 12
Dave Gillard Barron Knights Group Sends Up the Other Groups 12
C.M. Now Adam Faith Sails to Work 12
Derek Johnson 'Dolly' Becomes 13th 3-Hit Tune in 7 Years 13
n.a. Migil Five's top ten 13
Ian Dove Two Big Bands from the States 14
n.a. P.J.Proby's life-lines 14
Ian Dove Vote for Soph! [Sophie Tucker] 16
Richard Green Faith Has Everyone Handclapping! 16
N.A. Cost of Clothing the Beatles 16
  Chloe Stricklin, Spring 2010  
No. 914 17 July 1964  
(cover page) Elvis, Jim Reeves: British Plans
Ken Dodd "Happiness"
Little Richard "Bama lama bama loo"
The Searchers "Some Day We're Gonna Love Again" (Their new L.P. No. 5 in the Charts)
Green, Richard Merseybeats Start Frilly Shirt Craze in Liverpool 2
n.a. Advertisements:
Hum Bucker
Club Noreik Schedule: Mickey Finn & The Bluemen and Shorty & Them
Fine Handsome Body
West Wickham Festival: Manfred Mann, The Johhny Dankworth Orchestra, and Mersey Beats
It's Fab! (Beat Style Leather Look)
The Beatle Tour of USA
Can't Miss! Harry Fenton
Balding Man?
Experience Secretary
Majestic Ballroom Alexis Korner's and The Migil Five
The Mojos "Why Not Tonight?"
Campbell, Pat We Want to Play Britain ! Says Elvis Presley and Jim Reeves 3
Johnson, Derek Animals Top Ten  
A Step Forward in Amplifiers
Peter Walsh (Starlite)
Great News Mods
Green, Richard Rolling Stones Defend their 'Juke-Jury' stint and discuss new disc 4
n.a. Oriole Records: The Dowlands "Wishin' and Hopin'"
Star Quote
No. 15 This Week!! The Nashville Teens "Tobacco Road"
Hutchins, Chris Chris Hutchins goes for a car ride with THEM and discovers- Beatles still love to play jokes 5
n.a. The Attic Club Schedule
From NME 5 Years ago and 10 years ago
The Interns "Cry to Me"
n.a Bite and Punch from Billy
More bossa nova, "Girls"
Simon Scott, "Will Arrive Soon..."
List to Alan Dell's Showcase
David Nelson, "Heart"
Johnson, Derek Singles Review
Dave Berry, "The Crying Game" (Decca)
Screaming Lord Sutch, "She's Fallen in Love with the Monster Man" (Oriole)
Earl Preston, "Raindrops" / "That's For Sure" (Fontana)
New Christy Minstrels, "Today" (CBS)
Jimmy Hughes, "Steal Away" / "Lollipops Lace and Lipsticks" (Pye International)
Boston Pops Orchestra, "I Want to Hold Your Hand" / "Hello Dolly" (RCA)
Richard Anthony, "Cry" (Columbia)
Chuck Jackson, "Beg Me" / "For All Time" (Pye International)
Shevells, "I Could Conquer the World" (United Artists)
Ken Dodd, "Happines" (Columbia)
NME Top Thirty
1. "A Hard Day's Night," Beatles (Parlaphone)
2. "It's All Over," Rolling Stones (Decca)
3. "House of the Rising Sun," Animals (Columbia)
4. "Hold Me," P.J. Proby (Decca)
5. "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself," Dusty Springfield (Phillips)
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. A Hard Day's Night (Parlophone)
2. The Rolling Stones (Decca)
3. Wonderful Life (Columbia
4. The Bachelors Plus 16 Great Songs (Decca)
5. Kissin' Cousins (RCA)
n.a. U.S Beatles, Sinatra, Bing, Davis, Martin
Ray Charles Debut on British TV
Haley here for Brenda Tour
Epstein Discovery Waxed by Decca
British Team Knocked Out
Rolling Stones at Blues Festival
Lulu in 'Top Gear'
Bachelors for U.S.
Animals on Beatles Show
Folk Trio on TV
U.S. made Proby release
Nashville Teens August Venues
Epstein on BBC 'Jury' Tomorrow
Mojos on 'Open House'
Heinz and his Lamp
Beatles No. 1 Again!
Savile to Compare Beatles Xmas Show
Wanted: Young Coloured Female Personality Vocalist
Recording Tapes at Less than Half price
  Millie Waxes first album
Jeans 'Swings'
Teens and Jeans Stars
New on Sale Today: 2 Big discs from Warner Bros
n.a. Nashville Teens on Kramer Tour
Poole- Tremeloes Major Tour Set
John Leyton away until next year
Searcher Chris 'Ready' Judge
Six-Nation Show for Mark Wynter
Kathy's Night Out
'Joe's Song' Finalists
Russ and Ronnie Get ATV Series
Little Richard Back
Searchers for Scandinavia
Millie on 'Carnival'
Knights Radio Date
Doonican 'Swings'
Stars for Hastings
New From EMI
Dionne Warwick "You'll Never Get into Heaven"
n.a. Billy J. (in Dual Track) Like Peter & Gordon
Potted Pops [Ronnie Dove, Round Robin, Nancy Wilson, Wellingtons, John Barry Orchestra, Tony Clarke, Langleys, Executives, Gladys Knight and Dowlands]
Lasky's Radio
Derek Johnson Singles Reviews
George Chakiris, "Invisible Tears" (Capitol)
Del Shannon, "Handy Man" (Stateside)
Blue Aces, "Land of Love" (Pye)
Kay Starr, "It's Happening All Over Again" (Capitol)
Patsy Ann Noble, "Private Property" (Columbia)
Johnny Nash, "Love Ain't Nothin'" (Pye International)
Marks, Cordell Cordell Marks reports- Dusty Swots Up on Languages 11
n.a. Louis Prima "Robin Hood" and "Angelina"
Oriole: Screaming Lord Sutch "She's Fallen in Love with the Monster Man"
The Man Who Made the Beatles
The Paramounts "I'm the One Who Loves You"
From You to Us
Advertisement: WEM, The Dominator puts you over big
Marks, Cordell Brian Poole Becoming A City Gent 12
  Who's Where
Cliff and His Wonderful Life (and the Shadows) Book
Ryemuse Sound Studios Ad
Evans, Allen EP Reviews
Gene Pitney [United Artists]
Count Basie [Verve]
Allan Sherman [Warner Bros]
Les Swingle Swingers [Phillips]
Bill Cosby [Waner Bros]
Andy Stewart [HMV]
Ella Fitzgerald [Verve]
Xavier Cugat [Mercury]
Fats Domino [HMV]
Green, Richard Searching a Searcher No. 1 Tony Jackson 13
Dove, Ian British Singers Angry over Slur 13
n.a. The Fabulous Echolettes and the Devastating Daltons
Advertisement: Levi's Jeans
n.a. Lolly Takes Millie to the Top of the House, "I sing better, too!"
Rocky Rivers Entertainment
Voted a Monster Hit! On 'Juke Box Jury' 'She's Fallen in Love with the Monster Man' by Screaming Lord Sutch
Ronnie Vaughn Managements Ltd: Bern Elliott & His Klan
Advertisement: Rapier 33 WEM
C.G. Fans Love Dave Clarks Five 14
n.a. Classified Ads 15
  No. 3 House of the Rising Sun by The Animals (Columbia)  
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 16
  Record of the Week: Dionne Warwick "You'll Never Get To Heaven"
Georgie Town "I'm In Love With You"
Would You Like to Become a D.J.?
Johnny Howard's "Rinky Dink"
Herd pleases
Television Showcase Fenestra TV Productions
March of the Mods
Evans, Allen More EPs
Everly Brothers (Warner Bros)
Beverly and Josh White Jr. (Realm)
Flanders and Swan (Parlaphone)
Adamo (HMV)
  Katharine Tofalli, Spring 2010  
No. 915 24 July 1964  
N.A. Ken Dodd Happiness 1
N.A. Del Shannon with a Fabulous New Version of the Hit Oldie Handyman 1
N.A. Georgie Fame I'm in Love With You 1
N.A. The Rolling Stones: It's All Over Now 1
N.A. Group Makers! 2
Bruce Charlton Manfred's Race Up NME Chart, Yet They're Worried 2
Derek Johnson Cliff Kills the 'No More Film Musicals' Rumour 3
Bruce Charlton Sinatra Heads the Hoods 3
N.A. Following in Edward G.'s Tradition 3
N.A. Life by a Stone 4
Richard Green No.2 John McNally, Searching for a Searcher 4
Cordell Marks Barron Knights Slept in Car Parks! 5
Nat Hentoff Nat Hentoff's American Airmail 5
N.A. From the NME 5 Years Ago 5
N.A. From the NME 10 Years Ago 5
N.A. The Attic Club 5
N.A. It's the Marching Fourmost Now 6
Derek Johnson Top Singles Reviewed:
Dionne Warwick, "You'll Never Get to Heaven" (Pye-International)
Georgie Fame, "I'm in Love with You" (Columbia)
Michael Holliday, "Always Is a Long Time" (Columbia)
Kingston Trio, "Seasons in the Sun" (Capitol)
Lee Stirling, "Sad, Lonely, and Blue" (Parlophone)
Fats Domino, "Mary, Oh Mary" (HMV)
Jody Miller, "The Fever" (Capitol)
NME Top Thirty
1. "A Hard Day's Night," Beatles (Parlophone)
2. "It's All Over Now," Rolling Stones (Decca)
3. "I Just Don't Know What to do with Myself," Dusty Springfield (Philips)
4. "House of the Rising Sun," Animals (Columbia)
5. "Call Up the Groups," Barron Knights (Columbia)
N.A. Our latest pop "export": Cilla visits US in new year
Rolling Stones' EP next month
New disc signings: Saints now Peddlers
Mary Wells on Beatles autumn concerts
Beatles home city concert
Cliff's panto set
Vincent dates
Jeans concerts
All sorts shuffle
Radio R & B show [Manfred Mann; Georgie Fame]
Ringo on "Jury"
Conway out of ATV series
Mojos Scots tour
Dusty's Sunday show
Pacemakers "Ger"
Shirley's TV repeat
Helen's cabaret double
Stones, Poole and Teens on "Ready"
No new Dakota
Lulu "Swings"
Knights "Beat Room"
  Presley label records here [RCA]
Knights with Stones tour
Anne Shelton joins Dora Bryan season
Searchers "Scene"
N.A. New singles from Dave Clark and Kathy Kirby
Adam v. Billy
Animals aid cancer fund
Manfred, Brian, Gerry and Dave for "Lucky"
Golds for four more UK discs [Bachelors, Beatles, Millie, and Gerry and the Pacemakers]
Peter and Gordon for "Big Night"
Merseybeats "Open House"
Freddie to Ireland
Rolf Harris guests
Blitz hits revived [Vera Lynn]
Max waxes own song
Stones for Bath rave
Group waxes Beatles tune [the Naturals]
Searcher denies "leaving" rumour [Tony Jackson]
Ella's return
Animals for New York?
Hollies on Xmas show with Gerry
Blue Jeans on radio "Club"
Brenda's new date
Beatles' songs by Martin
Going to Oriole [Ted Taylor]
N.A. Searcher Denies 'Leaving' Rumor 9
NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1. "A Hard Day's Night" (Northern Songs)
2. "Hello Dolly" (Chappell)
3. "The House of the Rising Sun" (Keith Prowse)
4. "Ramona" (Francis Day & Hunter)
5. "It's All Over Now" (Kags)
Derek Johnson More New Singles Reviewed:
Bob Luman, "A Lonely Room" (Hickory)
The Alberts, "Goodbye Dolly" (Parlophone)
Sugarpie Desanto, "Use What You Got" (Pye-International)
David Nelson, "Heart" (Philips)
Bill Anderson, "Cincinnati, Ohio" (Brunswick)
Lorraine Gray, "Talk to Him" (Fontana)
Zephyrs, "A Little Bit of Soap" (Columbia)
N.A. Potted Pops 10
Allen Evans LPs:
Tribute to Michael Holiday (Columbia)
Wanda Jackson, Two Sides of Wanda (Capitol)
Sammy Davis, Shelter of Your Arms (Reprise)
Robin Hall and Jimmie MacGregor, Scotch and Irish (Decca)
Woody Herman Big Band, Hey? Heard the Herd? (Verve)
Al Hurt, Ann-Margret, Beauty and the Beard (RCA Victor)
Georgia Brown, Gershwin (Decca)
Jimmy Gilmore and the Fireballs, Sugar Shack (London)
Chris Hutchins Beatles go Latin! Stars Tell Me Their Secrets on 'Teen Scene' 11
Derek Johnson Tin Pan Alley's New Music Centre Caters for All 12
Andy Gray Hollies Tell How 12
N.A. From You to Us 14
N.A. Lifelines of the Animals 14
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 16
Ian Dove The Beach Boys Sing in a New Language 16
  Katherine Tom, Spring 2010  
No. 916 31 July 1964  
(cover page) A Dynamic New Star-Simon Scott
Dusty Speaks Out
Peter & Gordon-- U.S. disclosures
Mike Gregory Presley's Cousin Writes for Peter & Gordon 2
Andy Gray Swingin' Glasgow  
NME 5 Years Ago
Cliff Richard: "Living Doll" [Columbia]
Bobby Darin: "Dream Lover" [London]
Lonnie Donegan: "Battle of New Orleans" [Pye]
Marty Wilde: "A Teenager in Love" [Phillips]
Elvis Presley: "Big Hunk o' Love" [RCA]
Connie Francis: "Lipstick on You Collar" [MGM]
Russ Conway: "Roulette" [Columbia]
Anthony Newley: "Personality" [Decca]
Duane Eddy: "Peter Gunn" [London]
Ricky Nelson: "It's Late" [London]
NME 10 Years Ago
David Wanfield: "Cara Mia" [Decca]
Kate Kallen: "Little Things Mean a Lot" [Brunswick]
Doris Day: "Secret Love" [Phillips]
Al Martino: "Wasted" [Capitol]
Frank Sinatra: "Three Coins in the Fountain" [Capitol]
Perry Como: "Idle Gossip" [HMV]
Perry Como: "Wanted" [HMV]
Petula Clark: "The Little Shoemaker" [Polygon]
Four Aces: "Three Coins in the Fountain" [Brunswick]
Johnnie Ray: "Such a Night" [Phillips]
Advertising Michael Martin Ltd.
Cilla Black: "It's For You" [Parlophone]
Derek Johnson ??--Time with Dusty 3
Cordell Marks The Applejacks buy--Bagpipes! 3
Advertising St. Giles Musical Instruments 3
Derek Johnson Singles Reviews
Cilla Black: "Anyone Who Had a Heart" / "Just for You" [Parlophone]
Crystlas: "I Wonder" / "" [Phillies]
Zombies: "She's Not There" / "You Make Me Feel Good" [Decca]
Mike Hurst: "Half Heaven, Half Heartache" / "Look in Your Eyes" [Phillips]
Trendsetters Ltd.: "Hello Josephine" / "Move on Over"[Parlophone]
Lenny Welch: "If You See My Love" / "Father Sebastian" [London]
Robert Maxwell: "Little Dipper" / "Peg O' My Heart" [Brunswick]
Nat Cole/Roland Shaw: "Marnie" / "More and More of You Amor" [Capitol]
Ottilie Patterson: "Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bred" / "Oh Me, What Eyes Hath Love Put in My Head" [Columbia]
Kiki Dee: "How Glad I Am"/ "Baby I Don't Care" [na]
Johnny Cymbal: "Mitsou"/ "Robinson Crusoe on Mars" [London]
  First Atlantic Releases Under Own Name
Bobby Darin: "Milord" [Atco]
Drifters: "Under the Boardwalk" [Atlantic]
Ska Kings: "In My Lamp" [Atlantic]
Advertising Julie Roberts: "The Wedding" [Mercury] 4
NME Top Thirty
The Beatles: "A Hard Day's Night" (Parlophone)
Rolling Stones: "It's All Over Now" (Decca)
Manfred Mann: "Do wah Diddy Diddy" (HMV)
Dusty Springfield: "I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself" (Phillips)
Barron Knights: "Call Up the Groups" (Columbia)
Cliff Richard: "On the Beach" (Columbia)
The Animals: "House of the Rising Sun" (Columbia)
Nashville Teens: "Tobacco Road" (Decca)
P.J. Proby: "Hold Me" (Decca)
Searchers: "Someday We're Gonna Love Again" (Pye)
Advertising New From EMI 5
N/A Swedish fans fo wild for Beatles
Hollies bring "Life" back for Weymouth
Quiet week—but fans shriek for Applejacks
Jackson leaving Searchers after Sunday concert
Bern for Blackpool
Merseybeats tour
Mann-Clark battle
Beatles pound up US album chart
Fans request won Beatles concert
More for Mann
Manfreds sought for five British tours
Peter and Gordon get "Gold" on TV
Steele on radio
Supporting the Stones [Mojos]
Dusty going to South Africa
Cliff to wax in New York
Epstein top of tailors' pops!
Faith to Africa
N/A Animals in big budget movie
Globe trotting Alma [Cogan]
Dave Clark and TV doctor in musical
N/A New Dakota? [Mick Green]
Brian Poole album
Judy Garland to wax Bart's titles
Joe Brown in film comedy musical
Peter and Gordon on "Summer Spin"
Bassey records Newley tunes
Song contest final
Kings on Carroll show
Millie makes TV film in Jamaica
Tommy Tucker on "Beat Room"
Frankie "Swings"
Knights dates
Brenda for "Top Gear"
Mojos dates switched
Advertising New from Decca
The Rolling Stones: "It's All Over"
Dave Berry: "The Crying Game"
N/A Searching a Searcher, No. 3: Chris Curtis--the joker 8
Richard Green Crickets' Third Hit without Buddy 8
Ian Dove Cilla-Dionne hit written in a hurry says Hal David 8
Advertising Robert Stigwood Associates Ltd.
Watkins Electric Music Ltd.
N/A From You to Us 9
N/A Everlys (with Wesley Rose again) in charts 9
Advertising Adamo: "She was an Angel" [Columbia]
The Naturals: "I Should Have Known Better" [Parlophone]
Burns-Stage One
Cordell Marks Blue Jeans' Sleepless Night Leads to Next Disc 10
Advertising Rapier 33 from Watkins Electric Music Ltd.
The Dave Clark Five: "Thinking of You Baby" [Columbia]
Simon Scott: "Move It Baby" [Southern]
N/A Classified Ads 11
Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
N/A Radio Luxembourg 12
Advertising Georgie Fame: "I'm in Love with You" [Columbia]
The Fourmost: "How Can I Tell Her" [Parlophone]
Beach Boys: "I Get Around" [Capitol]
Roger Miller: "Dang Me" [Columbia]
  Hugh Ward, Spring 2010  

grtedit 20 January, 2014