New Musical Express | June 1965

No. 959 4 June 1965  
Cover Susan Maughan, "When She Walks Away" (Phillips)
NME Warns Groups—Stop Cheating the Fans
Sheik Elvis
Johnson, Derek Controversy: Pride before Fans? 2
n.a. Who's Where 2
Johnson, Derek Everlys' Great Come-Back! 3
Evans, Allen LPs
Tom Jones, Along Came Jones (Decca)
The Seekers (Decca)
Compilation album, 14 (Decca)
Compilation album, Scene '65 (Columbia)
Herman's Hermits, Herman's Hermits (Columbia)
P. J. Proby (Liberty)
Matt Monro, I Have Dreamed (Parlophone)
Johnson, Derek Singles Reviews
Cliff Richard, "On My Word" (recorded in US)
Chas. McDevitt and Shirley Douglas, "The Most of What Is Least" (Columbia)
Adam Faith, "Someone's Taken Maria Away" (Parlophone)
Keely Smith, "Somethin' Wonderful Happened" (Reprise)
Zoot Money, "Please Stay" (Columbia)
Bob Dylan, "Maggie's Farm" (CBS)
The Seekers, "Chilly Winds" (Decca)
Yardbirds, "Heart Full of Soul" (Columbia)
n.a. Wayne—He Must Make Top Ten [Wayne Fontana]
Shop Window
n.a. New to You
Gentle Folk, "That's My Song" (Pye)
Des Smyth and the Collegemen, "The Pillow that Whispers" (Pye)
Liberators, "It Hurts So Much" (Stateside)
Pentad, "Silver Dagger" (Parlophone)
Davey Sands and the Essex, "Please Be Mine" (Decca)
Dedicated Men Jug Band (Piccadilly)
n.a. Potted Pops
Jimmy Jones, "Walkin'" (Columbia)
Dorothy Squires, "Have I Waited Too Long" (Decca)
Joe and Eddie, "Depend on Yourself" (BBC-TV)
Barbara Ann, "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair" (Piccadilly)
Top Six (No. 17), ?
Donnie Elbert, ?
NME Top Thirty
1. Sandie Shaw, "Long Live Love" (Pye)
2. Seekers, "A World Of Our Own" (Columbia)
3. Everly Bros., "The Price Of Love" (Warner Bros.)
4. Shirley Ellis, "The Clapping Song" (London)
5. Burt Bacharach, "Trains and Boats and Planes" (London)
NME Best Selling Pop Records in US
1. Beach Boys, "Help Me Rhonda"
2. Sam the Sham & the Pharohs, "Wooly Bully"
3. Supremes, "Back in My Arms Again"
4. Beatles, "Ticket to Ride"
5. Herman's Hermits, "Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter"
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Bob Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home (CBS)
2. Sountrack, The Sound of Music (RCA)
3. Burt Bacharach, Hit Maker (London)
4. Soundtrack, Mary Poppins (HMV)
5. Beatles, Beatles for Sale (Parlophone)
n.a. Round the World [British and American progress abroad]
New Singles
New on Sale Today
n.a. Burt-Dusty Tour this Autumn [Burt Bacharach and Dusty Springfield]
Savile Will Bat for NME Team [Jimmy Savile]
Stones Tour Britain for Three Weeks [Rolling Stones]
Stones and Kinks Discs in US Charts
Gene Barry's Find
Columbia Issues Seekers Album
Overseas Plans for Peter and Gordon
Steele Set for Long US Run [Tommy Steele]
Kinks Put Back American Trip
Jackie's 'Jury' [Jackie Trent]
Burt On Nine TV and Radio Shows [Burt Bacharach]
n.a. Concert Tour Set for Peter, Paul and Mary—Dylan's Return Off 6-7
n.a. Proby Single Date [P.J.Proby]
Cliff and Shadows to Film Three Shows [Cliff Richard]
Marianne and Them 'Ready' [Marianne Faithfull]
Jones May Sign Film Contract [Tom Jones]
Herman's Film Debut Planned [Herman's Hermits]
Teddy and Pearl on Palladium TV [Johnson and Carr]
Ifield's Shows at Blackpool [Frank Ifield]
Billy Fury—Big TV Schedule Set
Radio Pop Panel ["The Top Ten Game"]
US Producers Bid to Beat Visas Ban
Altham, Keith Peter and Gordon Push Elvis, Everlys 8
Bromley, Tony From You to Us 8
n.a. Burt Bacharach… Tough, Shy, Intense 9
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail 9
NME 5 Years Ago: 10 Years Ago [Top 10 Singles archives] 9
Norrie Drummond Rockin' (the boat) Berries 10
n.a. British Song Contest: Festival or Fiasco? 10
n.a. Classifieds 11
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
  Emily Goodman, February 2006  
No. 961 11 June 1965  
Cover Them's "One More Time" (Decca)
Elvis Presley, Kinks, Hollies, Donovan, Walker Bros., Stones, Bachelors, Dave Clark
Smith, Alan Hollie's hit not rubbish! 2
n.a. New Release:  "Got LIVE if You Want It," Rolling Stones (Decca)  
Altham, Keith Calling from Australia 3
Evans, Allen Top EP's:
Beatles: Beatles for Sale (No. 2)  (Parlophone)
Barron Knights: Guying the Top Pops  (Columbia)
Bobby Vee/Ventures: n.a. (Liberty)
Gerry and the Pacemakers: Rip It Up  (Columbia)
Roy Orbison: n.a.  (London)
Walt Disney: Sleeping Beauty, Alice in Wonderland, Mother Goose Songs, Aesop Animal StoriesAnimal Songs  (HMV)
n.a. Elvis tops them all
Dave's a sell-out!
Johnson, Derek Bright and Breezy Dusty
Dusty Springfield: "In the Middle of Nowhere" / "Baby Don't You Know"  (Phillips)
Craig Douglas:  "Around the Corner" / "Find the Girl"  (Fontana)
Kenny Ball: "Everybody Loves Saturday Night" / "Seven Golden Daffodils"  (PYE)
Soul Sisters: "Foolish Dreamer" / "Good Time Tonight"  (London)
American Greats:
Patti Page: "Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte"  (CBS)
Astrud Gilberto: "Meditation"  (Verve)
Sammy Davis: "No One Can Live Forever"
Dean Martin: "I'm the One that Loves You"  (Reprise)
Mark Murphy: "High on a Windy Hill"  (Fontana)
Kingsmen: "C'mon Everybody and Do the Climb" / "The Waiting"  (PYE Int'l)
Dana Gillespie: "Donna Donna" / "It's No Use Saying If"  (PYE)
Johnny Cymbal: "Go V.W., Go" / "Sorrow and Pain"  (United Artists)
Downliners Sect: "I Got Mine" / n.a. (Columbia)
n.a. Impeccable Maughan
Them's New Smash
NME NME Top Thirty
1.  "The Price of Love,"  Everly Bros.  (Warner Bros.)
2.  "Long Live Love,"  Sandie Shaw  (PYE)
3.  "Crying in the Chapel,"  Elvis Presley  (RCA)
4.  "The Clapping Song,"  Shirley Ellis  (London)
5.  "Trains and Boats and Planes,"  Burt Bacharach  (London)
NME Best-selling pop records in the U.S.
1.  "Back in my Arms Again,"    The Supremes
2.  "Wooly Bully,"  Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs
3.  "Crying in the Chapel,"  Elvis Presley
4.  "I Can't Help Myself,"  Four Tops
5.  "Help Me Ronda,"  Beach Boys
NME Best-selling LP's in Britain
1.  Bringing It All Back,  Bob Dylan  (CBS)
2.  The Sound of Music,  Soundtrack  (RCA)
3.  Hit Maker,  Burt Bacharach  (London)
4.  The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan,  (CBS)
5.  Animal Tracks,  Animals  (Columbia)
n.a. Hermits for Andrews TV
Lewis artists' world issues
Shoeless Sandie Success
Beatles on TV 'Live'
Nine Joan Baez concerts fixed
Singles from Pet, Del and things
Sinatra-London trip
Elvis sings old songs in movie!
New entry by Tom Jones
Manfred films U.S. TV show in London
Sinatra film release
Sonny Boy dies
n.a. Top Chart Names in Sunday shows:  Cliff Richard and the Shadows, Val Doonican, Tom Jones, Frank Ifield, Gerry and the Pacemakers
Stones tour dates
Sandie on shindig and concerts set
Animals, Mann, Blues, and Who join festival
Proby booked for 'Ready'
Animals on Light
Beatle girls in film
Howes signs Lynch
Jackie's Isreal Season
Everly's tour snag
Shadows form company
Louis-TV profile
Altham, Keith American Walkers Love Wild, Wild Fans! 8
Bromley, Tony From you to us  
Smith, Alan Donovan wrote songs in prison 9
n.a. Top ten by the Ivy League  
Nat Hentoff American Airmail  
Drummond, Norie Irving 'Marie' Berlin Phoned Bachelors 10
Smith, Alan Connie Explodes Myth  
Altham, Keith Kinks back to abnormal!  
Evans, Allen LP's: 
Herman's Hermits: n.a.  (Columbia)
Unit Four Plus Two:  1st Album  (Decca)
Spencer Davis Group:  Their First LP  (Fontana)
Big Bill Broonzy:  Trouble in Mind  (Fontana)
n.a. Classified Ads 11
The Alley-Cat Tail-pieces 12
Altham, Keith Herman Snub-by Stones  
Smith, Alan Francoise sweeps in  
Gray, Andy
Gordon, Christine
Blackpool Trio  
P.B. Great Yarmouth  
D.T. Bournemouth  
n.a. PYE Record of the Week!
"(Remember Me) I'm the One who Loves You"  Dean Martin  (Reprise)
  Nick Caldwell, February, 2006  
No. 961 18 June 1965  
cover Billy Fury 1
N/a Medals Sent Back- Lennon Replies [The Beatles] 2
Gray, Andy Salute to Boys' Club Champion [Frankie Vaughn] 2
NME Top Ten 1960- Week ending June 17
1. Everly Brothers, "Cathy's Clown" (Warner Bros.)
2. Johnny Preston, "Cradle of Lovc" (Mercury)
3. Eddie Cochran, "Three Steps to Heaven" (London)
4. Jimmy Jones, "Handy Man" (MGM)
5. Lonnie Donnegan, "I Wanna Go Home" (Pye)
NME Top Ten 1955- Week ending June 17
1. Eddie Calbert, "Cherry Pink" (Columbia)
2. Al Hibbler, "Unchained Melody" (Brunswick)
3. Jimmy Young, "Unchained Melody" (Decca)
4. Tony Bennett, "Stranger in Paradise" (Philips)
5. Perez Prado, "Cherry Pink" (HMV)
Gray, Andy Salute to the MBEatles! [The Beatles] 3
Hutchins, Chris And the day of the award thru' the eyes of Mr. Brian Epstein 3
N/a Who's Where 3
Evans, Allen LP s by Allen Evans
PJ Proby, PJ Proby(Liberty)
This Is the Ivy League, The Ivy League (Picadilly)
The Righteous Brothers Right Now!, The Righteous Brothers (Pye)
N/a Jackie has ideal follow-up [Jackie Trent]
Kathy pours out heart [Kathy Kirby]
Polished Julie [Julie Grant]
N/a Potted Pops:
Cal Tjader: "Soul Sauce" / "Naked City Theme" (Verve)
Ruby and the Romantics: " Your Baby Doesn't Love You" / "We'll Meet Again" (London)
Dimensions: " Tears on my Pillow" / "You Don't Have to Whisper" (Parlophone)
Exciters: " Run Mascara" / "My Father" (Columbia)
Jimmy Justice: "Only Heartbreaks for Me" / "Everything in the Garden" (Pye)
Ventures: "Swingin' Creeper" / "Pedal Pusher" (Liberty)
Johnson, Derek Singles Reviewed:
Peter and Gordon, "To Know You Is to Love You" / "I Told You So" (Columbia)
Hank Locklin, "Faith and Truth" / "Forty Nine, Fifty One" (RCA)
Frank Sinatra, "Tell Her" / "Here's to the Losers" (Reprise)
Billy Fury, "In Thoughts of You" / "Away From You" (Decca)
Sounds Orchestral, "Moonglow and Theme from Picnic" / "Scarlatti Potion No.9" (Picadilly)
Major Lance, "Pride and Joy" / "I'm the One" (Columbia)
The Ivy League, "Tossing and Turning" / "Graduation Day" (Picadilly)
Del Shannon, "Break Up" / "Why Don't You Tell Him" (Stateside)
N/a New To You 4
N/a Shop Window 4
N/a NME Top Thirty
1. Elvis Presley, "Crying in the Chapel"
2. Everly Bros., "The Price of Love"
3. The Hollies, "I'm Alive"
4. Sandie Shaw, "Long Live Love"
5. Burt Bacharach, "Trains and Boats and Plains"
N/a Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. Four Tops, "I Can't Help Myself"
2. The Byrds, "Mr. Tambourine Man"
3. Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs, "Wooly Bully"
4. Elvis Presley, "Crying in the Chapel"
5. The Supremes, "Back in My Arms Again"
N/a Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Bringing It All Back Home, Bob Dylan (CBS)
2. Sounds of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
3. Hit Maker, Burt Bacharach (London)
4. What's Bin Did and What's Bin Hid, Donovan (Pye)
5. Mary Poppins, Soundtrack (HMV)
N/a Round the World 5
N/a Stones leap up
Wild Stones Show
Group drummer's solo disc debut [Phil Wainman]
Beatles drop autumn film
Searcher Chris a 'Jury' panelist [Chris Curtis]
Walker's U.S. holiday [John Walker]
Clark film next month [ The Dave Clark Five]
Cliff, Shadows for Blackpool Opera House [Cliff Richard and the Shadows]
Sinatra unlikely to attend film opening [Frank Sinatra]
Doris at Cromwellian [Doris Troy]
Animals to play three countries [The Animals]
Dave King's 'Night Out'
Dionne's Visit [Dionne Warwick]
N/a Them, Hermits, Things and Berry on 'Lucky' [Them, Herman's Hermits, the Pretty Things, Dave Berry]
Cliff to tape ATV shows on Tuesday [Cliff Richard and the Shadows]
BBC-TV scoops top U.S. stars series (The Andy Williams Show)
Unit booked for U.S. tour [Unit Four Plus Two]
Hollies dates here and abroad [The Hollies]
Donovan pens four EP songs
Knights panto [The Barron Knights]
Fame writes next single [Georgie Fame]
Kinks in Union! [The Kinks]
Fats sought for Britain [Fats Domino]
Dixie Cups tour?
Stones next single- tour date changes [The Rolling Stones]
Proby given work permit [P.J. Proby]
Presley film EP [Elvis Presley]
Bo Diddley's autumn tour
Hollies 'Gadzooks!" [The Hollies]
Fury's 'Scene' [Billy Fury]
N/a Star Quote [Perry Como] 8
N/a Life-Lines of the Beach Boys 8
Bromley, Tony (ed.) From You to Us 8
Altham, Keith Jones boys talk about chart-making EPs [Brian and Paul Jones] 9
N/a And Tom Jones buys a house 9
Northrop, Ray "Cabaret's great," says Gerry [Marsden] 9
Hutchins, Chris New Billy J. admits "I've been a fool" [Billy J. Kramer] 9
N/a Three Song Festival tunes make it 9
J.W. Burke v. Dylan! [Solomon Burke, Bob Dylan] 9
Smith, Alan "I'm not always sad," says Gene Pitney 10
Drummond, Norrie New to the Chart:
Johnny Cash was 22 before he got guitar
U.S. group is in [Sir Douglas Quintet]
Smith, Alan More Old Songs [Elvis Presley] 10
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail 10
Evans, Allen EP s
Bob Dylan, Don't Think Twice It's Alright (CBS)
Paul Anka, Sylvia (RCA Victor)
Rick Nelson, I'm Talking about You (Brunswick)
Sarah Vaughn, Vaughn with Voices (Mercury)
Anita Kerr Quartet, Waitin' for the Evening Train (RCA Victor)
Frank Sinatra, Story of Love (Capitol)
Russ Conway, Name of EP (Columbia)
Johnny Nash, Deep in the Heart of Harlem (RCA Victor)
Johnny Tillotson, Angel (MGM)
Jan and Dean, Drag (Liberty)
N/a Classifieds 11
Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
Smith, Alan The Who use force to get sound they want!! 12
C.H. Lonnie is brilliant [Lonnie Donegan] 12
  Bettina Guevara, February 2006  
No. 963 26 June 1965  
Cover Page Beatles Sensation: Paul goes solo 1
Smith, Alan Loads of Drums for Shirley 2
N.D. Byrds-Only four months old! 2
Jagger, Chris Mick Jagger as He Really Is 3
Johnson, Derek Hollies Hit Back 3
n.a. Familiar Seasons Sound 4

New to You:
Carol Friday: "Gone Tomorrow" (Parlophone)
Julie Driscoll: "Don't Do It No More" (Parlophone)
Greta Ann: "Sadness Hides the Sun" (Pye)
Reg Austin: "My Saddest Day" (Pye)
North Stars: "For My True Love" (Fontana)
Fred Hughes: "Oo Wee Baby; I Love You" (Fontana)
Shakeouts: "Every Little Once in a While" (Columbia)
Phil Wainman: "Hear Me a Drummer Man" (Columbia)
Pour Souls: "When My Baby Cries" (Decca)
Maria Kane: "Love Is Slipping Away (Decca)
Peeps: "Now Is the Time" (Philips)
Dave Lacey and the Corvettes, "That's What They All Say" (Philips)

Johnson, Derek Proby Gets you Raving (Singles Review):
PJ Proby: "Let the Water Run Down" (Liberty)
Overlanders: "Freight Train" (Pye)
Migil Five: "One Hundred Years" (Pye)
Ronnie Hilton: "A Hole in My Shoe (HMV)
Doris Troy: "Heartaches" (Atlantic)
Eden Kane: "If You Want this Love (Fontana)
Lesley Gore: "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows" (Mercury)
Joan Baez: "There But For Fortune" (Fontana)
Dion Di Muci: "Spoonful" (CBS)
Johnny Tillotson: "Then I'll Count Again" (MGM)
Joe Brown: "Sicilian Tarantella" (Pye)
Ketty Lester: "A Better World" (RCA)
(n.a.) Shop Window:
Brenda Holloway, "Operator" (Tamla-Motown)
Ben Carruthers, "Jack O' Diamonds" (Parlaphone)
Julie London, "Charade" (Liberty)
Ronny and the Daytonas, "Beach Boy" (Stateside)
Jay and the Americans, "Cara Mia" (United Artists)
Steve Arlen, "Turn The Lights Down Low" (Oriole)
Buck Owens, "Before You Go" (Capitol)
n.a. Potted Pops:
Bobby Rydell: "Ciao Ciao Bambina" (Cameo)
Valente Singers: "Stardust" (Decca)
Diane Renay: "I Had a Dream" (MGM)
Susan Holliday: "Sometimes" (Columbia)
Kris Jensen: "What Should I Do" (Hickory)
Barbara Ruskin: "You Can't Blame a Girl" (Piccadilly)
Untamed: "I'll Go Crazy" (Stateside)
Chris Farlow and the Thunderbirds: "Buzz with the Fuzz" (Columbia)
n.a. NME Top Thirty:
1.  "Crying in the Chapel" Elvis Presley (RCA)
2.  "I'm Alive," Hollies (Parlophone)
3.  "The Price Of Love," Everly Bros. (Warner Bros.)
4.  "Looking Thru the Eyes of Love," Gene Pitney (Stateside)
5.  "Colours," Donovan (Pye)
6.  "Long Live Love," Sandie Shaw (Pye)
7.  "Trains and Boats and Planes," Burt Bacharach (London)
8.  "Got Live if You Want It (EP)," Rolling Stones (Decca)
9.  "The Clapping Song," Shirley Ellis (London)
10.  "One in the Middle (EP)," Manfred Mann (HMV)
Billboard Best Selling Pop Records in the U.S.:
1.  "Mr. Tambourine Man," Byrds
2.  "I Can't Help Myself," Four Tops
3.  "Wooly Bully," Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
4.  "Satisfaction," Rolling Stones
5.  "Wonderful World," Herman's Hermits
6.  "Crying in the Chapel," Elvis
7.  "For Your Love," Yardbirds
8.  "Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte," Patti Page
9.  "Help Me Rhonda," Beach Boys
10.  "Seventh Son," Johnny Rivers
n.a. Best Selling LPs in Britain:
1.  Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
2.  Bringing it All Back Home, Bob Dylan (CBS)
3.  What's Bin Did and What's Bin Hid, Donovan (Pye)
4.  Hit Maker, Burt Bacharach (London)
5.  Mary Poppins, Soundtrack (HMV)
n.a. Round the World:
Beatles in Canada
Beatles in New Zealand
Rolling Stones in Switzerland
n.a. Seekers Head Points Table
'Knack' star bows on United Artists
Pitney and Orbison WILL tour Britain
Byrds booked for TV and ballrooms
Sandie Set for Paris Olympia
Chubby-heavy schedule here
Julie Andrews on TV
Noon Arrival for Beatles
Hollies and James set up company
Mann dispute with manage
Kramer switch
In Crowd record an LP
Kinks folk EP
Chart Stars on 'Ready Steady'
n.a. New discs from Tom Jones, Clark, Searchers
CillBlack on TV This Sunday
Baez London date set
Tornados summer show
Adam's Spanish TV Show
Peter and Gordon in U.S. Xmas show
Davis to start label
Herman crashes into U.S. chart
Cliff and Shadows on 'Lucky Stars'
Dates for Cliff TV Spectaculars
Freddie Live on 'Saturday Club'
U.S. star refused permit
Sinatra Passes By
Donovan Opens New Radio Folk Series
Jackie Trent ill
Billy Cotton Band at Doncaster Club
Smith, Alan Are the Moodies here to stay? 8
Altham, Keith Yardbirds Don't Like Own Hits! 8
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail 8
Bromley, Tony From You to Us 9
Altham, Keith Unsure Sandie 9
n.a. From the NME 5 years ago:
1.  "Cathy's Clown," Everly Brothers (Warner Bros.)
2.  "Three Steps to Heaven," Eddie Cochran (London)
3.  "Robot Man," Connie Franc's (MGM)
4.  "Handy Man," Jimmy Jones (MGM)
5.  "Good Timin'," Jimmy Jones (MGM)
n.a. From the NME 10 years ago:
1.  "Unchained Melody," Jimmy Young (Decca)
2.  "Cherry Pink," Eddie Calvert (Columbia)
3.  "Unchained Melody," Al Hibbier (Brunswick)
4.  "Dreamboat," Alma Cogan (HMV)
5.  "Earth Angel," Crew Cuts (Mercury)
Drummond, Norrie New to the chart: No Sham with Sam 9
Hutchins, Chris Magnifique! Les Beatles in Paree! 10
Johnson, Derek Controversy 10
n.a. Who's Where:
Billy J Kramer, Edmund Hockridge at Blackpool North Pier
Gerry and Pacemakers, Gene Vincent, Karl Denver at Blackpool South pier
A.G. John Lennon strikes again 10
Evans, Allen LPs:
Sounds Orchestral: Cast your Fate to the Wind (Piccadilly)
Eydie Gorme & Trio Los Panchos: Amor (CBS)
n.a. Classified Avertisements 11
n.a. Radio Luxembourg [schedule of broadcasts] 11
P.B. Bachelors/Berries Show a Hit 12
Alley Cat Tailpieces 12
Quaife, Peter Kinks manager 'Arrested' 12
D.T. Seekers in top form 12
D.H. Joe Can't Fail 12
Johnson, Derek Melachrino Sound Goes On 12
n.a. LP of the week: Nat Kin Cole: Love (Capitol) 12
  James Guimaraes, March 2006  

NME | 1965
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