New Musical Express | February 1965

No. 943 5 February 1965  
Hutchins, Chris Probing the Proby Problem 3
Hutchins, Chris P.J. Replies and Says—Presley Had My Worries 3
Johnson, Derek Mime—Good or Evil? [TV show methods] 4
n.a. Welcome Screamin’ Jay! [Screaming Jay Hawkins] 4
Altham, Keith Animals in America [The Animals] 5
Johnson, Derek Singles Reviewed:
Roy Orbison, “Goodnight,” “Only with You.” (London)
Dusty Springfield, “Your Hurtin’ Kinda Love,” “Don’t Say It Baby” (Philips)
Marianne Faithfull, “Come and Stay with Me,” “What Have I Done Wrong.” (Decca)
Frankie Vaughan, “Someone Must Have Hurt You a Lot,” “Easter Time.” (Philips)
Lesley Gore, “Look of Love,” “Little Girl Go Home.” (Mercury)
Gary Lewis, “This Diamond Ring,” “Tijuana Wedding.” (Liberty)
Danny Williams, “The Roundabout of Love,” “I Wanna Be Around.” (HMV)
Just 4 Men, “There’s Not One Thing,” “Don’t Come Any Closer.” (Parlophone)
Unit Four, “Concrete and Clay,” “When I Fall in Love.” (Decca)
Poets, “That’s the Way It’s Got to Be,” “I’ll Cry with the Moon.” (Decca)
Chuck Jackson, “Since I Don’t Have You,” “Hand It Over.” (Pye-International)
Temperance 7, “Letkiss,” “Tajkaedi.” (Parlophone)
Patsy Ann Noble, “Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye,” “If You Wanna Be More than Friends.” (Columbia)
Carolyn Crawford, “When Someone’s Good to You,” “My Heart.” (Stateside)
n.a. NME Top Thirty:
1.  “You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’,” Righteous Brothers (London)
2.  “Tired of Waiting for You,” Kinks (Pye)
3.  “Go Now,” Moody Blues (Decca)
4.  “Keep Searchin’,” Del Shannon (Stateside)
5.  “Come Tomorrow,” Manfred Mann (HMV)
n.a. Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.:
1.  “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’,” Righteous Brothers
2.  “Downtown,” Petula Clark
3.  “The Name Game,” Shirley Ellis
4.  “This Diamond Ring,” Gary Lewis & The Playboys
5.  “Hold What You’ve Got,” Joe Tex
n.a. Best Selling LPs in Britain:
1.  The Rolling Stones No. 2, Rolling Stones (Decca)
2.  Beatles for Sale, Beatles (Parlophone)
3.  Best of Jim Reeves, Jim Reeves (RCA)
4.  Lucky 13 Shades of Val Doonican, Val Doonican (Decca)
5.  Kinks, Kinks (Pye)
n.a. Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain:
1.  “Cast Your Fate To The Wind,” (Mellin)
2.  “Go Now,” (Belinda)
3.  “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’,” (Screen Gems)
4.  “Tired Of Waiting For You,” (Kassner)
5.  “Ferry Cross The Mersey” (Pacermusic)
n.a. Round the World:  
  Australia: 1. "I Feel Fine," Beatles; 2. "The Wedding," Julie Rogers; 4. "Downtown," Petula Clark; 6. "Walk Away," Matt Monro  
  Holland: 2. "I Feel Fine," Beatles; 4. "Downtown," Petula Clark; 5. "I Could Easily Fall," Cliff Richard; 6. "Little Red Rooster," Rolling Stones.  
  Sweden: 2. "That’s the Way," Honeycombs; 3. "Tell Me," Rolling Stones; 5. "I Feel Fine," Beatles; 6. "Yeh Yeh," Georgie Fame. 7
n.a. Singles by Sandie, Roy, Georgie [Sandie Shaw, Roy Orbison, Georgie Fame]
Hylton had two careers [Jack Hylton]
Debut with Phil Spector Title
Cilla On Palladium TV—U.S. Cabaret Debut [Cilla Black]
Kinks return next Sunday
NME man on ‘Jury’ [Chris Hutchins, Brian Epstein, Marianne Faithfull]
Dionne in cabaret [Dionne Warwick]
Cliff, Shadows, Stones ‘Lucky’
Promoters’ bid to beat U.S. ban [Nashville Teens, Gerry and the Pacemakers]
TV profile of Jimmy Savile
Hollies Tour with Stones
New late-night radio series [“The Late Live Show”]
Rodgers for London [Jimmie Rodgers]
Matt To Hong Kong [Matt Monro]
Tornados Break Up
n.a Cliff, Bassey, Supremes On Major Sunday TV [Cliff Richard, the Supremes, Shirley Bassey on “Sunday Night At The London Palladium”]
Kathy joins Russ [Kathy Kirby on “Russ Conway Show”]
Top Stars On TV With Burt [Dusty Springfield, the Searchers, Cilla Black, Dionne Warwick, Sandie Shaw, Adam Faith]
n.a. Concerts for Proby, new single—and festival for Duke [P.J. Proby, The Duke of Bedford]
Satchmo Will Tour Britain [Louis Armstrong]
Seekers on Cotton Show
James link with CBS [Beatles’ song publisher Dick James]
Hollies’ radio date switched
Animals for Continent
Julie Rogers to play U.S. cities
Righteous Brother Ill [Bill Medley]
Ivy League on Loss Show
Dusty-Searchers Tour
Johnson, Derek Singles Reviewed [Cont.]:
The Shadows, “Mary Ann,” “Chu-Chi” (Columbia)
Bert Weedon, “Twelve String Shuffle,” “Colour Him Folky” (HMV)
Shelley, “Stairway to a Star,” “I Heard a Whisper” (Pye)
Peter’s Faces, “De Boom-Lay Boom,” “Susie-Q” (Piccadilly)
Cheynes, “Down and Out,” “Stop Running Around” (Columbia)
New Beats, “Break Away,” “Hey-O Daddy-O” (Hickory)
Mark Wynter, “Can I Get to Know You Better,” “Am I Living in a Dream” (Pye)
Bob Luman, “Bad Bad Day,” “Tears from out of Nowhere” (Hickory)
Ernie K. Doe, “Looking into the Future,” “My Mother-In-Law Is in My Hair Again” (Vocalion)
Gestures, “Run, Run, Run,” “It Seems to Me” (Stateside)
Shop Window: Millicent Martin, “I Never Looked for You,” “Little Darlin’” (Parlophone);
Paul Whitsun-Jones, Wallas Eaton, Tony Holland, “Shake It About” (Orioles)
Fontana [ad] New to You [Dane Hunter, Yvonne Prenosilova, Ritchie Dean, Reparata And The Delrons, Termites, Dave Dee, Dozy, Mick And Tich] 10
Gray, Andy Humorous Matt [Matt Monro] 10
Evans, Allen LPs:
1. Bobby Darin Winners (Atlantic)
2. Patt Boone: 12 Great Hits (Golden Guinea)
3. Disque D’Or De Johnny Hallyday (Golden Guinea)
4. Gerry/Pacemakers: Ferry Cross Mersey (Columbia)
Marks, Cordell Them (from Ireland) Don’t Rate London Highly 11
Dove, Ian They Formed Ivy League to Regain Pop Fame 11
n.a. From the NME [5 Years ago Top Ten, 10 Years ago Top Ten] 11
Johnson, Derek Brian Poole Talks about…Touring Troubles 12
n.a. From You to Us [letters from readers] 12
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail [letters from readers] 12
Altham, Keith Seekers Are Goon Fans 13
n.a. Pitney Goes C&W! [Gene Pitney] 13
Johnson, Derek Cliff Quitting? [Cliff Richard] 14
Marks, Cordell Dad Happy about Berries’ Success [the Rockin’ Berries] 14
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces [Manfred Mann, Ronald Como, Connie Francis, the Shadows, P.J. Proby…gossip] 15
Hutchins, Chris Stones Call from N.Z. [Rolling Stones] 15
  Elysse Nava, February 06  
No. 944 12 February 1965  
Cover “12-String Shuffle” [Bert Weedon] 1
n.a. Connie Francis, “Forget Domani (Forget Tomorrow)” [advertisement] 2
n.a. The Nashville Teens, the Gamblers, the Plebs, Paul Fernanado [Galaxy Entertainments]  
Doye, Ian Newcomers to the Ski Slopes [Georgie Fame, John Lennon]  
Altham, Keith Beatles’ Film Girl [Eleanor Bron] 3
Jackson, Tony To the Searchers [advertisement]  
Laine, Denny et al. Top Ten by the Moody Blues 4
n.a. Del Shannon Life Lines  
n.a. Supremes on Love ‘n’ Marriage  
Gillard, David Guy Comes Back [Guy Mitchell]  
Marks, Cordell Proby Let Fans Down [Cilla Black on P.J. Proby] 5
Gillard, David Songwriter-Singer Rankin Calls In [Kenny Rankin]  
Johnson, Derek Sandie Is More Mature! [Singles]
Sandie Shaw, “I’ll Stop at Nothing”/”You Can’t Blame Him” (Pye)
Gene Pitney, “I Must Be Seeing Things”/”Save Your Love” (Stateside)
Twinkle, “Golden Lights”/“Ain’t Nobody Home But Me” (Decca)
Herman’s Hermits, “Silhouettes”/“Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat” (Columbia)
Long John Baldry, “I’m on to You Baby”/“Goodbye Baby” (United Artists)
Chubby Checker, “Loverly, Loverly”/“The Weekend’s Here” (Cameo)
The Kingsmen, “The Jolly Green Giant”/“Long Green” (Pye-International)
The Shirelles, “Are You Still My Baby”/“I Saw a Tear” (Pye-International)
Slim Whitman, “I’ll Hold You in My Heart”/“No Other Arms, No Other Lips” (Liberty)
Martha Smith, “As I Watch You Walk Away”/“It Always Seems Like Summer” (Pye)
The Zephyrs, “She’s Lost You”/“There’s Something About You” (Columbia)
The Sundowners, “Where Am I”/“Gotta Make Their Future Bright” (Parlophone)
The Velvelettes, “He Was Really Sayin’ Somethin’”/“Throw A Farewell Kiss” (Stateside)
  Shop Window [Singles in Brief]
Pat McGeegan, “All of a Sudden My Heart Sings” (Decca)
Buddy Greco “My Funny Valentine” (Columbia)
Barry McGuire, “So Long, Stay Well” (Ember)
Sammy Ambrose, “This Diamond Ring” (Stateside)
The Milton Delugg Orchestra, “The Addams Family”/“The Alfred Hitchcock Theme” (Columbia)
The David Rose Orchestra, “Emily” (MGM)
The Beau Brummells, “Laugh, Laugh” (Pye)
NME NME Top Thirty
1. “Tired of Waiting for You,” The Kinks
2. “You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’,” The Righteous Brothers
3. “I’ll Never Find Another You,” The Seekers
4. “Keep Searchin’,” Del Shannon
5. “Go Now,” The Moody Blues
NME Best Selling Pop Records In U.S.
1. “You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’,” The Righteous Brothers
2. “Downtown,” Petula Clark
3. “This Diamond Ring,” Gary Lewis and the Playboys
4. “The Name Game,” Shirley Ellis
5. “My Girl,” The Temptations
NME Best Selling LP’s in Britain
1. The Rolling Stones No. 2
2. Beatles for Sale
3. Best of Jim Reeves
4. Lucky 13 Shades of Val Doonican
5. Cilla [Cilla Black]
n.a. New Names For NME Show—Stones in Poll Concert, Fontana, Seekers, Ivy League, Jones Also Set [The Rolling Stones, Wayne Fontana, The Seekers, The Ivy League and Tom Jones]
Aussies Want Manfred Back [Manfred Mann]
P.J., Searchers, Adam Head Charity Concert [P.J. Proby, Adam Faith]
‘Ready Steady’ Star Donovan for Pye
Stones, Fame, Roy on ‘Gear’ [Georgie Fame, Roy Orbison]
Keely Smith to Wax in London
Things—Animals Tour [The Pretty Things, The Animals]
Manfred ‘Swings’
Poole’s Radio Date [Brian Poole and the Tremeloes]
Dusty Comperes! [Dusty Springfield]
Duo For Spain [Peter and Gordon]
Ireland’s Choice [Butch Moore Wins Irish Heat of Eurovision Song Contest]
Fury Film Album Out Next Month [Billy Fury, “I’ve Gotta Horse”]
Proby Out Of Duke’s Show [P.J. Proby, The Duke of Bedford’s Pop Festival]
Bill Medley Still Ill
Julie Out of U.S. Show [Julie Rogers]
Mann’s ‘Crackerjack’
Matt’s “Night Out” [Matt Monro]
Tremeloes’ Scots Tour
Singles from Pet, Chuck, Searchers [Pet Clark, Chuck Berry]
n.a. Fury, Faith, Shaw to ‘Shindig’ [Billy Fury, Adam Faith, Sandie Shaw]
Georgie on ‘Jury’ [Georgie Fame]
Earlier Satchmo
Bacherlors at Southend
Zombies Dates
Dodie Aids Charity [Dodie West]
Allan Recovers [Allan Clarke]
Bassey Off to Australia and U.S. [Shirely Bassey]
Hilton on Cotton Show [Ronnie Hilton]
New Double-Sided Hit For Beatles…and Projected Western Film
Pet Down [Pet Clark]
Rodgers Cancels Trip [Jimmie Rodgers]
Wynter on ‘Garters’ [Mark Wynter]
Dusty’s Holiday
Steele on U.S. TV (Tommy Steele)
Kinks to Head April Tour?
Jeans Play Germany [The Swinging Blue Jeans]
Hayley Mills Film
Dickie in Revue [Dickie Henderson]
Elkie in Knokke Cabaret [Elkie Brooks]
n.a. Proby Tour Set
Conway in Variety [Russ Conway]
Ball for U.S. [Kenny Ball’s Jazzmen]
Royal Film Premiere [“The Sound of Music”]
‘Ready Steady’ Theme
Cliff Richard Album
Hayman Signs Burt [Burt Bacharach]
ABC-TV Ban, So Un‘Lucky’ P.J.
Faithfull Agency Deal [Marianne Faithfull]
EMI A-and-R Switch
Adam Sought For U.S. [Adam Faith]
Johnson, Derek Noisy Pretties! [More Singles by Derek Johnson]
The Pretty Things, “Honey, I Need”/ “I Can Never Say” (Fontana)
Tammy St. John, “He’s the One for Me”/ “I’m Tired Just Lookin’ at You” (Pye)
The Exciters, “I Want You to Be My Boy”/ “Tonight, Tonight” (Columbia)
Size Seven, “Where Do We Go from Here”/”’Til I Die” (Mercury)
Heinz, “Digging My Potatoes”/ “She Ain’t Coming Back” (Columbia)
Nella Dodds, “Finders Keepers”/ “A Girl’s Life” (Pye-International)
Johnson, Derek Palladium Real Home From Home For The ShadowsAdam Wins Over Mums and Dads [Adam Faith] 11
Hentoff, Nat Peter Pan Elvis  
Evans, Allen EP’s  
n.a. Who’s Where  
Altham, Keith New to the Charts
Don’t Confuse with P.J. [Tom Jones]
Bromley, Tony (ed.) From YOU to US  
Marks, Cordell Quinsy Helps Wayne’s Singing! [Wayne Fontana] 13
Evans, Allen LP’s
Gene Pitney, I’m Gonna Be Strong
Cilla Black, Cilla
Atkins, Chet Jim Reeves’ Last Waxings 14
Doye, Ian Dusty Goes for Gospel Music  
Gillard, Dave Soft-Spoken Betty Can Talk! [Betty Everett]  
n.a. Classifieds 15
The Alleycat Tail-Pieces 16
Marks, Cordell Manns Are Back [Manfred Mann]  
  Jayme Quinn, February 2006  
No. 945 19 February, 1965  
Cover The Rolling Stones, Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders, Crispian St. Peters 1
Hutchins, Chris John Lennon, “Ringo as a Married Man” [interview] 2
N.A. Lifelines of Tom Jones 2
Wade, Jude Stones Take Over Australia 3
Altham, Keith What a Way to Ruin a Honeymoon! 3
Johnson, Derek Yeh, Yeh for the New Fame
Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, “Yeh Yeh” (Columbia)
PJ Proby, “I Apologise” / “What’s on Your Mind” (Liberty)
Pet Clark, “I Know a Place” / “Jack and John” (Pye)
Four Pennies, “The Way I Love You” /”A Place Where No One Goes” (Philips)
Tony Jackson, “Love Potion No. 9” / “Fortune Teller” (Pye)
Ronettes, “Born to Be Together” / “Blues for Baby” (London)
Everyly Brothers, “You’re My Girl” / “Don’t Let the Whole World Know” (Warner)
Kathy Kirby, “I Belong” / “I’ll Try Not to Cry” (Decca)
Four Seasons, “Bye Bye Baby” / “Searching Wind” (Philips)
Johnson, Derek Here Come the Girls”
Little Frankie, “The Kind of Boy You Can’t Forget” (Columbia)
Barbara Key, “That’s What Angels Are for” (Pye)
Adrianne Poster, “He Doesn’t Love Me” (Decca)
Frenesi Watson, “If I Can Help Somebody” (Pye)
Cleo Laine, “Little Boat” (Fontana)
Nancy Sinatra, “True Love” (Reprise)
Nancy Wilson, “Won’t Come Running Back to Me” (N.A.)
Johnson, Derek Potted Tops
Paul’s Diciples, “See That My Grave Is Kept Clean” / “16 Tons” (Decca)
Ray Macvay Sound, “Ready, Steady, Go!” / “Raunchy” (Pye)
Alexis Korner’s Blues Inc., “Little Baby” / “Roberta” (Parlophone)
Sonny James, “You’re the Only World I Know” / “Tying the Pieces Together” (Capitol)
CY Tucker, “My Friend” / “Hurt” (Fontana)
Gene Chandler, “What Now” / “If You Can’t Be True” (Stateside)
Bobby Goldsboro, “Little Things” / “I Can’t Go On Pretending” (United Artists)
Brian Diamond and the Cutters, “Big Bad Wolf” / “See If I Care” (Pye)
Jewel Akens, “The Birds and the Bees” / “Tic Tac Toe” (London)
Nadia Cattouse, “Port Mahon” (Parlophone)/ “A Little More Oil” (Parlophone)
NME (Advertising) Hit LPs From EMI
Shirley Bassey, Shirley Stops the Show (Columbia)
Rold Harris, All Together Now (Columbia)
Mary Poppins (H.M.V)
I Am PJ Proby (Liberty)
Del Shannon, Handy Man (Stateside)
N.A. NME Top Thirty1. “ I’ll Never Find Another You,” Seekers (Columbia)
2. Tired of Waiting for You,” Kinks (Pye)
3. “You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’,” Righteous Brothers (London)
4. “Game of Love,” Wayne Fonata and the Mindbenders (Fontana)
5. “Keep Searchin,” Del Shannon (Stateside)
N.A. Best Selling Pop Records In The U.S.1. “This Diamond Ring,” Gary Lewis and the Playboys
2. “You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’,” Righteous Brothers
3. “Downtown,” Petula Clark
4. “My Girl,” Temptations
5. “The Name Game,” Shirley Ellis
N.A. Best Selling LPs In Britain1.  The Rolling Stones No. 2 (Decca)
2.  Beatles for Sale (Parlophone)
3.  Best of Jim Reeves (RCA)
4.  Cilla, Cilla Black (Parlophone)
5.  Lucky Thirteen Shades of Val Doonican (Decca)
Decca (Advertising) New on Sale Today
“He Doesn’t Love Me,” Adrianne Poster
“At this Moment,” Crispian St. Peters
“See that My Grave Is Kept Clean,” Paul’s Disciples
“Hurt,” Alan David
“My Love for You,” The Mongrels (Decca)
N.A. Dusty, Zombies, Vee, Searchers Tour Set
Dreamers to Star in Comedy Film
Wayne, Brian, and Gerry for ‘Easy’
Motown’s Stars for ‘Top Gear’
Girls Wax Ivy Song
Fame’s Paris Trip
Stones Rush Disc
Three TV Trips for Pet Clark
Supremes on Radio
BBC Buys Crosby Show
Elvis Single
C.H. Orbison Packers! 6-7
N.A. Beatles’ EP in America Top 100U.S. Release for Seekers’ No. 1
Beatles Earned Four American Gold Discs
Mann, Kinks in Britain Song Festival
Stones, Animals, Moody Blues on ‘Ready Steady’
Kathy’s Winner
Beatles Win Alan Award
Mann May Join Kinks Package
Proby’s Dates
Kramer Summer Dates
Val’s Variety Weeks
Domino’s Visit
[Moody] Blues on ‘Lucky’
Orbson, Roy My Most Important Recording 8
Evans, Allen LPs
Julie Rogers, Sound of Julie (Mercury)
Pete Seeger, Folk Songs by Pete Seeger (Capitol)
Buddy’s Buddy, Jimmy Gilmer (Dot)
Jimmy Witherspoon, Blues around the Clock (Stateside)
N.A. Nat ‘King’ Cole, Loss To World 8
Atham, Keith It’s A Kinky World 9
Dove, Ian Good Value Ray Charles 9
N.A. Elvis Double Beatles 9
Evans, Allen EPs
Val Doonican, Green Shades (Decca)
Joy Strings, Have Faith in God (Regal)
Adam Faith, A Message to Martha (Parlophone)
Frank Ifield, Funny How Time Slips Away (Columbia)
Cliff Richard, Why Don’t They Understand (Columbia)
George Martin, And I Love Her (Parlophone)
Billy’s Kramer, Billy J. Plays the States (Parlophone)
N.A. Top Ten By Twinkle 9
Marks, Cordell Question Time with the Seekers 10
Dove, Ian Ivy Boys Ready this Time 10
Bromley, Tony For You to Us 10
N.A. Classifieds 11
N.A. Brilliant Duke Ellington Band 12
A.G. Dance Show 12
Alley Cat Tail Pieces 12
  Brooke Sager, February 2006  
No. 946 26 February 1965  
Cover Alan Haven Image  
n.a Keith Altham goes to France to be with the Kinks in Paris 3
Marks, Cordell Strangers Buy Tom Drinks Now! [Tom Jones] 3
n.a Dave Gillard Discovers a More Adult Herman 4
n.a Mick Jagger Wanted to Get Home! 4
Hutchins, Chris Miming! [Miming banned from “Ready Steady Go”] 4
A.G. Kitt's a Hit! [Eartha Kitt] 4
Johnson, Derek Are Record Buyers Getting Value for Money? 5
Johnson, Derek 12 Notes-One Word: It's The Searchers: “Goodbye My Love” (Pye)
Susan Maughan, "You Can Never Get over Me" (Philips)
Nashville Teens, "Find My Way Back Home" (Decca)
Bo Diddley, "Hey Good Lookin'" (Chess)
Toggery Five, "I'd Much Rather Be with the Boys” (Parlophone)
The Hi-Fi's, "Baby's in Black" (Pye)
Johnny Kidd, "Don't Make the Same Mistakes I Did" (HMV)
Mighty Avengers, "When Blues Turn to Grey" (Decca)
Lancastrians, "We'll Sing in the Sunshine" (Pye)
Ventures, "Diamond Head" (Liberty)
Roger Miller, "King of the Road" (____)
n.a Potted Pops:
Beat Merchants, “So Fine” (Columbia)
Soul Agents, “Don’t Break It Up” (Pye)
Art Woods, “Oh My Love” (Decca)
Tony and Howard, “Just In Case” (Oriole)
Liza and the Jet Set, “Dancing Yet” (Parlophone)
n.a Shop Window:
Johnny Rivers, "Midnight Special" (Liberty)
Sam Cooke, "Cupid" (Atlantic)
Crispian St. Peters, "At this Moment" (Self-penned)
David Nicolson, "You'll Never Forget Me, Goodbye" (Parlophone)
Anita Harris, "At Last Love" (Decca)
n.a Storming Stones 6
n.a NME Top Thirty
1.  Seekers, "I'll Never Find another You" (Columbia)
2.  Tom Jones, "It's Not Unusual" (Decca)
3.  Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders, "Game of Love" (Fontana)
4.  Animals, "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" (Columbia)
5.  Kinks, "Tired of Waiting for You" (Pye)
n.a Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1.  Gary Lewis and the Playboys, "This Diamond Ring"
2.  Righteous Brothers, "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'"
3.  Temptations, "My Girl"
4.  Petula Clark, "Downtown"
5.  Kingsmen, "The Jolly Green Giant"
n.a Best Selling LP's in Britain
1.  The Rolling Stones No. 2 (Decca)
2.  Beatles for Sale (Parlophone)
3.  Best of Jim Reeves (RCA)
4.  Cilla (Parlophone)
5.  The Voice of Winston Churchill (Decca)
n.a Round the World: 7
  Argentina: 1.  Beatles, "Hard Days Night"  
  Australia: 1.  Rolling Stones, "Under the Boardwalk"  
  Bavaria: 1.  Beatles, "I Feel Fine"  
  Brazil: 5.  Animals, "House of the Rising Sun"  
  Denmark: 1.  Beatles, "I Feel Fine"  
  Flemish Belgium: 1.  Rolling Stones, "Tell Me"  
  Japan: 2.  Beatles, "I Feel Fine"  
  Sweden: Honeycombs, "That's the Way"  
n.a Cliff Richard Forms His Own Film Company
Keith Leaves 'RSG' [Keith Fordyce]
Ex-Shadow Makes New Group's Disc [Tony Meehan]
Songwriter's Group
Gerry In 'Star Search' [Gerry and the Peacemakers]
Ifield and Kitt in own TV Shows
Ban Stops U.S. Trip [Sandie Shaw refused permit]
Wayne, Julie in Festival
Portsmouth Lifts Ban on P.J. Proby
U.S. Hit for Fontana?
Kathy’s [Kirby] Sunday Shows
Blues Live On Loss Show
Fury's Film Release [I Gotta Horse]
Monro’s Vegas Season
Twinkle: US Trip?
Animals’ Five Tours Abroad
‘Night Spot’ Switch
Sandie On Tea-Time TV
n.a Stones' U.S. and Canadian Tour Venues Set
Americans On 'Lucky Stars'
Searchers To Paris
n.a Loss Wins Carl-Alan Award
Zombies on ‘Gear’ with The Stones
Lulu’s Ballrooms
Shangri-Las May Not Tour Britain
Drifters’ Tour
Wayne Off Shows
Kramer’s Ballrooms
Singles from Gerry, Del, Them, Dionne Georgie, Cliff and Animals on EPs
Marianne Set for France and Italy
Heinz On Tour
Blues-Tardbirds Concert [March 5]
Tom Jones on ‘Juke Jury’
Gerry May Tour U.S.
Seekers Sell 470,000 [LP’s]
Sandie in U.S. Chart
Joe’s Radio Show
n.a Blues, Animals, Goldie, Manfred on 'Gadzooks'
‘Easy Beat’ Visitor
Ballrooms for Them
Poole’s Bookings
Mitchell Tour Off
Searchers, Jones, Gerry ‘Swing’
Things—but Not Adam or Sandie—in Concert
Low-Proce Albums
Jazz Festival Date
Berries for Israel
Ivy League Dates
New Freddie LP
New to You
Thomas, Ray What I Think 10
Johnson, Derek Same Style Moodies: “I Don’t Want To GO On Without You” (Decca)
Jackie Ross, "Jerk And Twine" (Chess)
Kenny Ball, "Latin Quarter" (Pye)
Larry Finnegan, "The Other Ringo" (Ember)
Spencer Davis Group, "Every Little Bit Hurts" (Fontana)
Jimmy Page, "She Just Satisfies" (Fontana)
Alvin Cash, "Twine Time" (Stateside)
Altham, Keith Why Sandie Triumphed [Sandie Shaw] 11
n.a Who's Where 11
  Cliff Richard, Shadows; London Palladium
Bachelors; Birmingham Alexandra
n.a. And Adam Did, Too, In Their Package 11
Evans, Allen LP's
Petula Clark: Downtown (Pye)
Cliff Bennett and Rebel Rousers (Parlophone)
Betty Everett: It's in His Kiss (Fontana)
The Pretty Things (Fontana)
Rockin' Berries in Town (Piccadilly)
Gillard, Dave Double-Tracking 'Deafened' Twinkle 12
n.a More Tributes to Nat Cole 12
Bromley, Tony From You to Us 12
n.a From The NME 5 Years Ago
1.  Anthony Newley, "Why" (Decca)
2.  Adam Faith, "Poor Me" (Parlophone)
3.  Freddie Cannon, "Way Down Yonder" (Top Rank)
n.a 10 Years Ago
1.  Ruby Murray, "Softly, Softly" (Columbia)
2.  Tennessee Ernie, "Give Me Your Word" (Capitol)
3.  Rosemary Clooney, "Mambo Italiano" (Phillips)
Wells, John New to the Charts 13
  Thanks to which Group?  
  He's 'In' Now [Dobie Gray]  
  Started at 7 [Sue Thompson]  
  Third Time Lucky Name [The Who]  
Nentoff, Nat &Sawyer, Tarry American Airmail 13
Evans, Allen EPs
Grazina Frame: Every Day's a Holiday (Decca)
Edith Piaf: Piaf (Columbia)
Settlers (Decca)
Gerry, Peacemakers (Columbia)
Southland Trio (Columbia)
Doonican, Val Why I Will Not Wax a Reeves Tribute 14
Dove, Ian Keely Smith Praises Lennon-McCartney 14
Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 16
Gillard, Dave Georgia Returns 16
Kinn, Maurice I. Mel Torme — 'Revelation'  
  Zachary Schoenholtz, February 2006  

grtedit 08-Jun-2012