New Musical Express | July 1965

No 964 2 July 1965
(Cover Page) A Great New Single! The Searchers
Johnson, Derek Seekers Vocal Group Top Half Year NME Chart-Points Score – Fans Tastes Broadening 2
n.a. Beatles Top Album Chart… But Herman Ousts Them in U.S 2
Altham, Keith Hollies Get into No. 1 Hit Mood 3
Johnson, Derek Singles:
Tom Jones- A '65 ‘Oldie': Tom Jones, "With these Hands" (Decca)
Jr. Walker, "Do the Boomerang" (CBS)
Bobby Darin, "When I Get Home" (Capitol)
Eydie Gorme, "Just Dance on By" (CBS)
Mike Cotton, "Make up Your Mind" (Columbia)
Bobby Vinton, "Don't Go away Mad" (Columbia)
Les Surfs, "Go Your Way" (RCA)
Christine Quaite, "If You've Got a Heart" (Stateside)
n.a. Potted Pops:
Adlibs, "Lovely Ladies" (Fontana)
Top Six, "Crying in the Chapel" (___)
Johnny de Little, "The Knack" (CBS)
Glenda Collins, "Johnny Loves Me" (HMV)
Simon Scott, "Tell Him I'm Not at Home" (Parlophone)
Brooke Benton, "Love Me Now" (Mercury)
Eddy Arnold, "Laura Lee" (RCA)
Jerry Butler, "I Can't Stand to See You Cry" (Fontana)
n.a. Searchers' Unique and Startling Sound: the Searchers, "He's Got No Love" (Pye)
Pounding Pretty Things (Phil May): The Pretty Things, "Cry to Me" (Fontana)
Bright and Breezy Dave: Dave Clark Five, "Catch Us If You Can" (Columbia)
Pet Decides to Change: Petula Clark, "You'd Better Come Home" (Pye)
Berry's in Good Form: Dave Berry, "The Strange Effect" (Decca)
n.a. Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Bringing It All Back Home, Bob Dylan
2. Sound of Music, Soundtrack
3. Joan Baez in Concert No. 5
4. What's Bin Did and What's Bin Had, Donovan
5. Mary Poppins, Soundtrack
6. Hit Maker, Burt Bacharach
7. A World of Our Own, Seekers
8. Holly in the Hills, Buddy Holly
9. Beatles for Sale
9. Rolling Stones No. 2
n.a. NME Top Thirty:
1. "I'm Alive," Hollies
2. "Crying in the Chapel," Elvis Presley
3. "Looking through the Eyes of Love," Gene Pitney
4. "The Price of Love," Everly Brothers
5. "Colours," Donovan
n.a. Best Selling Pop Records in U.S:
1. "I Can't Help Myself," Four Tops
2. "Satisfaction," Rolling Stones
3. "Mr. Tambourine Man," Byrds
4. "Wooly Bully," Sam the Sham
5. "Wonderful World," Herman's Hermits
n.a. Animals – U.S. Live Session
Clark Film Fun ["Catch Us If You Can"]
Red ‘Pennies' Nichols Dies [Five Pennies frontman]
Sellers Records Beatles Send-Up [Peter Sellers's Send-Up album based on Lennon/McCartney compositions]
Hermits in Dispute with Most [Restriction allowing them to only be recorded by Micket Most]
Marianne Set for U.S. Fairs
Stones at Palladium [First appearance in London's West End]
Singles from Shirley, Brenda and Francoise
New Sunday Star Dates [Rolling Stones, Cliff Richard, The Shadows]
TV Date Set for Savile Profile ["The World of Jimmy Savile"]
n.a. Byrds Trip Put Back Two Weeks
Yardbirds U.S Trip [First U.S. Trip]
Goldie Returns [Goldie and the Gingerbreads]
Gene Pitney on Palladium TV
Pye Reissue Everly's Hit ["The Price of Love"]
Victor Borge British Tour
Orbison-Decca Deal Signed – Next Disc Set
Dionne Joins ‘Jury' Panel ["Juke Box Jury"]
Freddie Tops Big TV Show ["Blackpool Night Out"]
‘Pussycat' Premiere [Peter Sellers, Woody Allen]
n.a. Life Lines of the Byrds 8
n.a. When Everlys Joined Stones 8
Evans, Allen EPs by Allen Evans:
Marianne Faithfull (Decca)
Dave Berry (Decca)
John Lee Hooker (Atlantic)
Solomon Burke (Atlantic)
Bobby Goldsboro (United Artists)
Race Series (RCA)
Bromley, Tony Mary Was a Tom-Boy [Cathleen O' Brien] 9
n.a. "Dusty Great on Hit," Says Alan Price 9
Bromley, Tony (ed) From You to Us: Stones EP Is Awful! 9
Johnson, Derek The Agony of Lulu's Lull 10
Smith, Alan Donovan Gambles on Anti-War Song about Vietnam 10
n.a. Hentoff's U.S. Flashes 10
Evans, Allen LPs by Allen Evans: 10
Buddy Holly and Bob Montgomery: Holly in the Hills (Coral)
The Crickets: A Collection (Liberty)
Rhythm of Major Lance (Columbia)
Frank Field: Portrait in Song (Columbia)
Mills Brothers: Sing for You (Golden Guinea)
n.a. Classified Advertisements 11
The Alleycat Tail-Pieces 12
n.a. Letter from Kink [Dave Davies] 12
Gordon, C. Gerry (Dancer!) Karl, Gene in Best Show! 12
Michael Handis, February 2006
No. 965 9 July 1965  
Cover P.J. Proby: "I Shall Be There!  With My Orchestra"
The Animals
Derek Johnson Controversy: Hits at False Fans 2
Nat Hentoff American Airmail 2
NME From NME 5 Years Ago
1. "Good Timin," Jimmy Jones [MGM]
2. "Ain't Misbehavin," Tommy Bruce [Columbia]
3. "Please Don't Tease," Cliff Richard [Columbia]
4. "What a Mouth," Tommy Steele [Decca]
5. "Robot Man," Connie Francis [MGM]
NME From NME 10 Years Ago
1. "Unchained Melody," Jimmy Young [Decca]
2. "Unchained Melody," Al Hibbler [HMV]
3. "Dreamboat," Alma Cogan [HMV]
4. "Cherry Pink," Eddie Calvert [Columbia]
5. "Earth Angel," Crew Cats [Mercury]
Alan Smith Joan Baez—Big Surprise 3
Tracy Thomas Everlys Thrilled over British Tour 3
Allen Evans EPs:
Seekers: "Sinner Man," "I'll Never Find another You," "Open Up Them Pearly Gates," "A World of Our Own" [Columbia]
Connie Francis: "For Mama," "Whose Heart Are You Breaking Tonight," "We Have Something More," "You Know You Don't Want Me" [MGM]
Downliner Sect, The Sect Sing Sick Songs: "Horror," "I Want My Baby Back," "Leader of the Sect," "Midnight Hour," "Now Shes Dead" [Columbia]
Little Antony: "Goin' Out of My Head," "I'm on the Outside Looking In," "Hurt So Bad," "Make It Easy on Yourself" [United Artists]
Elvis Presley: "Tickle Me," "Night Rider," Slowly But Surely," "Dirty Dirty Feeling," "Put the Blame On Me," "I Feel that I've Known You Forever" [RCA Victor]
Rufus Thomas: "Jump Back," "Boom Boom," "I Want to Be Loved," "Ya Ya" [Atlantic]
Exciters: "Do Wah Diddy Diddy," "Tell Him," "Get Him," "He's Got the Power" [United Artists]
C-and-W Best, The Month's Best [RCA Victor]
Erroy Dixon, Sings Fats: "My Blue Heaven," "Ain't that a Shame," "Blueberry Hill," "Whole Lotta Loving" [Decca]
N/A Don't Get Upset by Reeves' Latest—Jim Reeves, "This World Is Not My Home" [RCA] 4
N/A Potted Pops:
Adrienne Poster: "The Wind that Blows" [Decca]
Anita Harris: "I Don't Know Anymore [Pye]
Hullaballoos: "I Won't Turn Away Now" [Columbia]
Jackie Lynn: "I'm Gonna Stand By You" [HMV]
Hank Williams Jr.: "Mule Skinner Blues" [MGM]
Dick Rivers: "In Your Shoes" [Columbia]
Derek Johnson Singles:
Georgie Fame: "Like We Used to Be" [Columbia]
Marionettes: "Under the Boardwalk" [Parlophone]
Shangri-las: "Give Us Your Blessing" [Red Bird]
Ray Charles: "I Gotta Woman" [HMV]
Brenda Lee: "Too Many Rivers" [label N/A]
Honeycombs: "That's the Way" [Pye]
Lonnie Donegan: "Louisiana Man" [Pye]
N/A Another Smash Hit for New Style Animals 4
N/A New to You 4
N/A Shop Window 4
NME Top Singles:
1.  "I'm Alive," Hollies [Parlophone]
2.  "Crying in the Chapel," Elvis Presley [RCA]
3.  "Mr. Tambourine Man," Byrds [CBS]
4.  "Heart Full of Soul," Yardbirds [Columbia]
5.  "Looking thru the Eyes of Love," Gene Pitney [Columbia]
NME Top U.S Singles:
1.  "Satisfaction," Rolling Stones [Label N/A]
2.  "I Can't Help Myself," Four Tops [Label N/A]
3.  "Mr. Tambourine Man," Byrds [Label N/A]
4.  "Wonderful World," Herman's Hermits [Label N/A]
5.  "Wooly Bully," Sam the Sham [Label N/A]
NME Top LP's:
1.  Bringing It All Back Home, Bob Dylan [CBS]
2.  Sound of Music, Soundtrack [RCA]
3.  Joan Baez/5, Joan Baez [Fontana]
4.  A World of Our Own, Seekers [Columbia]
5.  What's Bin Did and What's Bin Hid, Donovan [Pye]
N/A Byrds—Two Concerts 6
George Kendrick A Date with Val Worth Keeping! 6
N/A Group Leader's, Peter Nelson, Solo Disc Bow
Pop-Liners: Elvis Presley
One Man Tour for Donovan
Seekers Join Gala ‘Lucky'
Searchers Off to Tour U.S
Epstein's Choice
New Pop Series on Southern TV
Twinkle Down-Under
Sir Douglas Due
Animals, Wayne on ‘Loss Show'
Burt Flies In to Pick Dionne's Next Single
Doris Stays Here
Stones Palladium Bill
Bacharach Later in Month
Marianne ‘Scene'
Novello Awards for John, Paul
Beatles Revive ‘Lizzie on LP
Unit to Tour Scandinavia
N/A Australian Tour for Proby Fixed
Freddie to Tour U.S for a Month
Herman's Hermits in Two U.S Films
Dispute Holds Up Next Kinks Disc
Beach Boys Film Song
Moody Blues ‘Ready'
Searcher Chris Records Alma
Baily Joins Pye
Dylan—Six-Minute Song
Stars on Folk LP
Tom Leaves for U.S on Tuesday
Berries Panto
Automatic Pop
Fortunes Sought for Mindbenders' Concerts
Roy Orbison Irish Dates
Fame's ‘Jury' Seat
Derek Johnson Killing a Rumor: Shads Have No Feud with Beatles 8
Allen Evans LP's:
Sound of the Shadows, Shadows [Columbia]
More Hits – by Cliff, Cliff Richards [Columbia]
Gene Pitney's More Big Sixteen, Gene Pitney [Stateside]
A World of Our Own, The Searchers [Columbia]
We Remember Sam Cooke, The Supremes [Tamia Motown]
Please, Please, Please, James Brown [London]
N/A From You To Us 8
Norrie Drummond New to the Charts:
Fortunes in at 23—‘We've Tried to Be Different ‘
Fours Tops in at 22—Everyone Can Be a Fan
Dudley Moore and Peter Cook in at 20 and 29—Not only… discs, but also… Hits!
John Wells Gene's Four Good Reasons for Being Happy 9
N/A Who's Where 9
Keith Altham "Bob Dylan's Not a Singer at All," Says His Friend Dana 10
Keith Altham A Very Frank Question-Time with the Yardbirds 10
N/A Classified 11
Alley Cat Tailpieces 12
N/A Denial from Brian Jones 12
N/A Frank Takes the Plunge! 12
N/A Hit in the U.S—Ian Whitcomb 12
  May Herskovitz '09, February 2006  
No. 965 16 July 1965
Cover The Byrds, The Hollies, Cliff Richard, Tom Jones
Napier Russel The Hollies at Home! Graham, Allan, Eric, Tony, Bobby 1-2
Derek Johnson Singles Review:
Johnny Rivers, "_____" (___)
Fourmost, "_____" (___)
Goldie and the Gingerbreads, "_____" (___)
Little Anthony, "_____" (___)
Major Rowley, "_____" (___)
Drifters, "_____" (___)
Derek Johnson Quick Spins:
Jan and Dean, "_____" (___)
Jim Lowe, "_____" (___)
N.A. Righteous Brothers Come up with Fantastic Sound- "Hung on You" 4
N.A. Ronettes "violent" Return with new song, "Is this what I get for loving you"-Sounds like female righteous Brothers 4
N.A. Brian Poole Returns to Big beat from Ballads 4
New singles, Top thirty 5
N.A. Dusty Springfield cancels shows, directed to rest by doctor 6
Sven Wezelenburg Cliff and Shadows thrill Danish youth at 2 Copenhagen shows 6
Beatles not Booked to Promote single "help" other than "Blackpool Night out" 6
N.A. Lennon-McCartney win five Ivor Novello awards as Britain's top composers
Peter and Gordon Tour with Pitney
Union Threatens to stop Byrds' British tour unless American exchange is made for British group
Ex-animal Alan Price forms Alan Price Combo
N.A. Stones and Hollies with the Who signed up for U.S. T.V. series "shindig" 7
Chris Hutchins Byrds are biggest craze since Beatles- "Byrdmania" has "coach loads" of girls trailing them around the U.S… 8
Keith Altham Interview: Im still the greatest says P.J. Proby 8
Phil May, Keith Altham Scotland's really Wild for the Pretties Scottish tour 8
Keith Altham Star Makers- Evelyn Taylor 9
Alan Smith Dusty Springfield, though exhausted, claims new single "In the Middle of Nowhere" is "best sound they've ever achieved" 10
Tony Bromley From You to Us 10
The Alley Cat Tailpieces 12
N.A. British Singing in Knokke Casino in Belgium (DECCA artists-Dave Berry, Eleanor Toner, Hoy Marshall, Clarke Robinson, Adrienne poster) 12
Keith Altham Donovan and Baez say, " Hollywood is not so hot" -Experiences, both good and bad, in Hollywood-new haircut for Donovan 12
Emil Hewitt, March 2006
No. 966 23 July 1965  
Cover Why Beatles need 'HELP!'; P.J. Proby; Dusty Springfield; Watch it, Mick!; More sporting stars on the next page 1
n.a. More sporting pop stars 2
n.a. New Links fashion? [Golfer Freddie] 2
n.a. From the NME 2
NME 5 years ago - Top Ten 1960
1.  Cliff Richard, "Please Don't Tease" (Columbia)
2.  Jimmy Jones, "Good Timin" (MGM)
3.  Johnny Kidd, "Shakin' All Over" (HMV)
4.  Tommy Bruce, "Ain't Misbehavin'" (Columbia)
5.  Garry Mills, "Look for a Star" (Top Rank)
NME 10 years Ago - Top Ten 1955
1.  Alma Cogan, "Dreamboat" (HMV)
2.  Jimmy Young, "Unchained Melody" (Decca)
3.  Ruby Murray, "Evermore" (Columbia)
4.  Slim Whitman, "Rose Marie" (London)
5.  Dickie Valentine, "I Wonder" (Decca)
Johnson, Derek Beatles New LP [Help!]
1.  "Help!"
2.  "The Night Before"
3.  "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away"
4.  "I Need You"
5.  "Another Girl"
6.  "You're Going to Lose that Girl"
7.  "Ticket to Ride"
8.  "Act Naturally"
9.  "It's Only Love"
10.  "You Like Me Too Much"
11.  "Tell Me What You See"
12.  "I've Just Seen a Face"
13.  "Yesterday"
14.  "Dizzy Miss Lizzie"
Gray, Andy And why they need 'HELP!' 3
n.a. Did you win? 3
Johnson, Derek Vocal from Shads 4
Derek Johnson Singles
Bluesology, "Come Back Baby" (Fontana)
Andy Stewart, "Dr. Finlay" (HMV)
Boston Dexters, "Try Hard" (Columbia)
Jack Jones, "Seein' the Right Love Go Wrong" (London)
Miracles, ""The Tracks of My Tears" (Tamla Motown)
Poets, "I Am So Blue" (Decca)
Chet Atkins, "Yakety Axe" (RCA)
The Game, "But I Do" (Pye)
Don Gibson, "Again" (RCA)
Eddie Calvert, "Il Silenzio" (Columbia)
Lee Dorsey, "Ride Your Pony" (Stateside)
Joy Strings, "All Along" (Regal-Zonophone)
Derek Johnson Brilliant Streisand
Barbra Streisand, "Why Did I Choose You" (CBS)
Della's proved hit
Della Reese, "After Loving You" (HMV)
Barbara - even better
Barbara Kay, "Yes I'm Ready" (Pye)
n.a. Shop Window 4
n.a. New to you 4
NME NME Top Thirty
1.  Byrds, "Mr. Tambourine Man" (CBS)
2.  Yardbirds, "Heart Full of Soul" (Columbia)
3.  Ivy League, "Tossing and Turning" (Piccadilly)
4.  Fortunes, "You've Got Your Troubles" (Decca)
5.  Dusty Springfield, "In the Middle of Nowhere" (Philips)
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1.  Rolling Stones, "Satisfaction"
2.  Herman's Hermits, "I'm Henry VIII, I Am
3.  Four Tops, "I Can't Help Myself"
4.  Tom Jones, "What's New Pussycat?"
5.  Jay & the Americans, "Cara, Mia"
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1.  Soundtrack, Sound of Music (RCA)
2.  Bob Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home (CBS)
3.  Joan Baez, 5 (Fontana)
4.  Sound of the Shadows (Columbia)
5.  Soundtrack, Mary Poppins (HMV)
n.a. Round the World
Israel: 1.  Elvis Presley, "Crying in the Chapel"
New Zealand: 1.  Herman's Hermits, "Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter"
Sweden: 1.  Alma Cogan, "Birds And Bees"
n.a. U.S. Chart- 1st-Stones, 2nd-Herman, 3rd-Jones
EMI worries dealers
New disc signings
Stones, Yardbirds, Animals, Kinks on 'Ready Steady'
Ivys Miss Shows
Kinks to tour Scandinavia
Things to U.S.
Moodies U.S. tour off
Dixies trip cancelled
Manfred Mann and Animals autumn tour likely
TV booking and LP in October
Davis's British plans
Date for Stones U.S. hit single
Sunday shows for Kinks and Animals
Keely returning?
Burt here on Sunday
Kinks on Light [Saturday Club]
Vikki's own TV shows
Francoise returns
Herman on 'Jury' [Juke Box Jury]
Heath to East? [The Ted Heath Band]
Sue's first visit
n.a. John…Ringo…George…Paul…(In "Help!")
Billy Fury's Panto debut
More stars on 'Shindig'
Lena's London album
Val in variety [Val Doonican]
Stones Irish dates- concert tour set
Helen joins 'Jury' [Helen Shapiro on "Juke Box Jury"]
Manchester 'Twang'
Lulu's big break on Blackpool TV
Herman 'Best Dressed'
Nelson stage musical
Georgia quits 'Maggie'
Byrds tour dispute settled, more shows
Hollies 'Swings'
Williams on 'Benny Show'
Donovan-Byrds Xmas season?
Yardbirds banned for missing date?
Animals invited to tour Poland
Poole to Denmark
Ifield's three shows for ATV
R-and-b tours
Keith Alltham Manfred plays the 'Baiting' Game and vents his sarcasm on reporter Keith Alltham 8
n.a. Dramatic  
n.a. Tell all!  
n.a. New to the Charts - Horst Jankowski - he's Germany's Russ Conway 8
n.a. Impressed  
n.a. Who's Where 8
Ed. Bromley, Tony Well done, Billy 8
Altham, Keith Ivy League are inspired by life 9
n.a. Crash report 9
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail 9
Hutchins, Chris My films, tours, marriage by Roy Orbison 9
n.a. Reunion?  
n.a. Happy Tom! [Tom Jones] 10
Mautner, Sue Mick Jagger's ideal pad 10
  On his own  
n.a. Life-lines of The Who 10
Evans, Allen EPs
Petula Clark (Disques Vogue)
Timi Yuro (Liberty)
Ska Time (Atlantic)
Francoise Hardy (Disques Vogue)
Barbara Lewis (Atlantic)
Little Tony (Durium)
Lavern Baker (Atlantic)
Brett Brothers (Decca)
n.a. Classifieds 11
Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
Hutchins, Chris Chris Hutchins gets Lennon's reply 12
Evans, Allen LPs
Haunting Nina
Nina Simone, Broadway, Blues, Ballads [Philips]
The Best of Ella Fitzgerald [Verve]
Chas McDevitt, Shirley Douglas, 16 Big Folk Hits [Columbia]
Ray Charles Live in Concert [HMV]
Larry Williams on Stage [Sue Records]
The Nancy Wilson Show [Capitol]
Sidney Bechet, Olympic Concert [Pye]
Sidney Bechet Plays Sidney Bechet [Disques Vogue]
  Alexander Iselin, February 2006  
No. 968 30 July 1965  
Cover "Do You Love that Girl" Johnny Carr and the Cadillac's 1
Hutchins, Chris ‘Help!' – but it's just in fun, Beatles new film Review 2
Thomas, Tracy Sam the Sham has sung in Opera
Billy Fury, back in the chart, kills those rumors
Johnson, Derek Singles Reviews:
Kinks: "See My Friend" / "Never Met a Girl like You before" (Pye)
Bo Street Runners: "Baby Never Say Goodbye" / "Get Out of My Way" (Columbia)
Eddie Hedges: "New Orleans" / "Hard Times for Young Lovers" (Stateside)
Paul Simon: "I Am a Rock" / "Leaves that Are Green" (CBS)
John Schroeder: "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'" / "Funny How Love Can Be" (Piccadilly)
Newbeats: "I Can't Hear You No More" / "Little Child" (Hickory)
Happy Heinz: "End of the World" / "You Make Me Feel So Good" (Columbia)
Alma Cogan: "Snake, Snails and Puppydog Tails" / "How Many Nights" (Columbia)
Dixie Cups, "Gee the Moon Is Shining Bright" / "I'm Gonna Get You Yet" (Red Bird)
Mark Leeman: "Blow My Blues Away" / "On the Horizon" (Tuneful)
Jerry Lee Lewis: "Rocking Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu" / "This Must Be the Place" (Phillips)
N.A. NME Top 30:
1. "Help!" Beatles (Parlaphone)
2. "Mr. Tambourine Man, " Byrds (CBS)
3. "You've Got Your Troubles," Fortunes (Decca)
4. We've Gotta Get Out of this Place," Animals (Columbia)
5. "Tossing and Turning," Ivy League (Piccadilly)
N.A. Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.:
1. "Satisfaction," Rolling Stones
2. "I'm Henry the VIII, I Am," Herman's Hermits
3. "What's New Pussy Cat?" Tom Jones
4. "Cara, Mia," Jay and the Americans
5. "Yes, I'm Ready," Barbra Mason
N.A. Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
2. Bring It All Back Home, Bob Dylan (CBS)
3. Joan Baez 5 (Fontana)
4. Mary Poppins, Soundtrack (HMV)
5. Sound of the Shadows (Columbia)
N.A. Beatles back in U.S. charts
Alan Price combo Signed by Decca
Billy Daniels Stays on
British Stars on Gene Pitney Tour
Stones fight Blackpool concerts ban
Cilla Black praised by U.S. cities
Kinks set to Coventry appearances
PJ Proby concerts
Donovan at Blackpool
Fortunes ‘Ready' return tonight
Shirley Bassey returns
Another Elvis ‘Tickle Me' EP
Chubby Checker on ‘Ready Steady Go'
Crawdaddy Club Closes
Bobby Darin on TV
N.A. Hollie, Fame, Julie, and Walkers ‘Lucky'
Shirley Bassey – London Cabaret?
Hollie Holiday, Allan on JBJ
Faith and Proby in disputes
Brenda Lee – Autumn Visit
Yardbirds boost
Beatles film clips
TV and Radio ban on U.S. singers
Seekers out of show, Judy ill
Star guests on Frankie Vaughn Series
Sir Douglas quintet in Xmas show?
Donavan's radio spot
New Singles from Byrds, Tom Jones, Walker Brothers
Cotton Series back
Byrds will tape three top pops
Cliff in big charity tour – French Show
Sonny and Cher here tomorrow
Smith, Alan Yardbirds Lash Out 8
Write-In From You to Us 8
Reeves, Jim
Lee, Brenda
Nashville Comeback 8
Altham, Keith John Steel – The Forgotten Animal 9
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail: Elvis Never Argues 9
Simon, Paul
Gillespie, Dana
Two views on Baez 9
N.A. Life-lines of the Fortunes (chart) 10
Altham, Keith Dave Clark is place unlucky 10
Evans, Allen LP Reviews:
Dave Clark 5: Catch Us if You Can (Columbia)
Downliner Sect: Country Sect (Columbia)
N.A. Classified Ads 11
Cat, The Alley Tail Pieces 12
  Reed Juckett, March 2006  

NME | 1965
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