New Musical Express | November 1965

No. 981 5 November 1965  
N.A. Donovan [New Single “Turquoise”, New L.P. Fairytale (Pye)] 1
Alan Smith ‘Carnival’ Ends Seekers’ Hoodoo 2
EMI Advertisement Fli-High with EMI
Getz and Gilberto, “The Girl from Ipanema” (Verve)
Yardbirds, “Five Yardbirds” (Columbia)
Cliff Richards, “Take Four” (Columbia)
Jimmy Smith, “Jimmy Smith Plays the Blues” (Verve)
Ken Dodd, “Happiness” (Columbia)
Eddie Calvert, “Il Silenzio” (Columbia)
Oscar Peterson, “Night Train” (Verve)
Zorba the Greek, “Original Film Soundtrack” (Stateside)
Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas, “Neon City” (Parlophone)
Johnny Mathis, “Danny Boy” (HMV)
Marvin Gaye, “Ain’t that Peculiar” (Tamla-Motown)
The In Crowd, “Why Must They Criticize” (Parlophone)
Gene Pitney, “Princess in Rage” (Stateside)
Mark Richardson, “See It My Way” (Stateside)
NME 5 Years Ago: Top 101. Elvis Presley, “Its Now or Never” (RCA)
2. Roy Orbison, “Only the Lonely” (London)
3. Shirley Bassey, “As Long as He Needs Me” (Columbia)
4. Johnny Burnette, “Dreamin’” (London)
5. Johnny and the Hurricanes, “Rocking Goose” (London)
6. Bob Luman, “Lets Think about Living” (Warner Bros.)
7. Same Cooke, “Chain Gang” (RCA)
8. Everly Bros., “So Sad” (Warner Bros.)
9. Adam Faith, “How about That” (Parlophone)
10. Cliff Richards, “Nine Times out of  Ten” (Columbia)
NME 10 Years Ago:
1. Jimmy Young, “Man from Laramie” (Decca)
2. Johnston Brothers, “Hernando’s Hideaway” (Decca)
3. Cyri Stapleton, “Blue Star” (Decca)
4. Haley and the Comets, “Rock around the Clock” (Brunswick)
5. Mitch Murray, “Yellow Rose of Texas” (Phillips)
6. Johnnie Ray, “Hey There” (Phillips)
7. David Whitfield, “Ev’rywhere” (Decca)
8. Rosemary Clooney, “Hey There” (Phillips)
9. Slim Whitman, “Rose Maire” (London)
10. Ruby Murray, “I’ll Come When You Call” (Columbia)
Advertisement Super-Zyn Cymbal 2
Keith Altham The Animals Want to Wax a ‘New Track’ EP[Interview with Eric Burdon] 3
Andy Grey Tough on Sandie [Sandie Shaw’s throat problems] 3
Decca Advertisement New Singles
[Roy Orbison, “Crawling Back” (London)
The Beatstalkers, “Ev’rybody’s Talking ‘Bout My Baby” (Decca)
Norrie Drummond Nashville Teens Never Let Things Worry Them 4
Keith Altham Keith Altham Reports from Manchester [Peter, Gordon Kill Split Rumors; Star Quote from Connie Francis] 5
Jane Spencer Life-lines of Chris Andrews…and Review of His First Starring Date 5
Derek Johnson Singles
Little Anthony, “I Miss You So” (United Artists)
Carol Deene, “He Just Don’t Know” (HMV)
Ken Dodd, “The River” (Columbia)
Gene Pitney, “Princess in Rags” (Stateside)
Susan Maughan, “Poor Boy” (Phillips)
Small Faces, “I’ve Got Mine” (Decca)
In Crowd, “Why Must They Criticize” (Parlophone)
Elvis Presley, “Tell Me Why” (RCA)
Fontella Bass, “Rescue Me” (Chess)
Valerie Anne Lawrence, “My Love Loves Me” (Decca)
Kim Weston, “Take Me in Your Arms” (Decca)
Lesley Duncan, “Run to Love” (Mercury)
Mary Love, “You Turned My Bitter into Sweet” (King)
Esther Phillips, “The Chaina” (Sue)
Barbara Ruskin, “Well, How Does It Feel” (Piccadilly)
Linda Saxone, “Only Last Night” (Polydor)
Francoise Hardy, “So Many Friends” (Vogue)
Dickie Valentine, “My World” (Phillips)
NME Top Thirty
1. Rolling Stones, “Get Off of My Cloud” (Decca)
2. Chris Andrews, “Yesterday Man” (Decca)
3. Ken Dodd, “Tears” (Columbia)
4. Fortunes, “Here It Comes Again” (Decca)
5. Hedgehoppers Anonymous, “Its Good News Week” (Decca)
6. Matt Monro, “Yesterday” (Parlophone)
7. Animals, “Its My Life” (Columbia)
8. Andy Williams, “Almost There” (CBS)
9. Yardbirds, “Still I’m Sad” (Columbia)
10. Yardbirds, “Evil Hearted You” (Columbia)
11. Seekers, “The Carnival Is Over” (Colimbia)
12. Barry McGuire, “Eve of Destruction” (RCA)
13. Bob Dylan, “Positively 4th Street” (CBS)
14. Everly Brothers., “Love Is Strange” (Warner Bros.)
15. Len Barry, “1-2-3” (Brunswick)16. Who, “My Generation” (Brunswick)
17. Toys, “A Lover’s Concerto” (Stateside)
18. McCoys, “Hang on Sloopy” (Immediate)
19. Dusty Springfield, “Some of Your Lovin’” (Phillips)
20. Manfred Mann, “If You Gotta Go, Go Now” (HMV)
21. Peter and Gordon, “Baby, I’m Yours” (Columbia)22. Four Pennies, “Until Its Time for You to Go” (Phillips)
23. Sonny and Cher, “But You’re Mine” (Atlantic)
24. Sandie Shaw, “Message Understood” (Pye)
25. Cliff Richards, “Wind Me Up” (Columbia)
26. Georgie Fame, “Something” (Columbia)
27. Wilson Pickett, “In the Midnight Hour” (Atlantic)
28. Bachelors, “Chapel in the Moonlight” (Decca)
29. Nashville Teens, “I Know How It Feels to Be Loved” (Decca)
30. Donovan, “Turquoise” (Pye)
30. Roy Head, “Treat Her Right” (Vocalion)
N.A. Pitney to Produce Own Package Tour [Gene Pitney’s return to Britain]
Marianne Faithful Management Row
Herman, Fortunes Shine [Herman’s Hermits]
Bachelors Summer Plans with Berries at Blackpool Sinatra to Film Here [The Naked Runner]
Seekers, Dusty Tour Next Month-Orbison In Spring [Dusty Springfield, Roy Orbison]
Beatles’ Next Single release Date Set [Name of single not given]
Riot-reception Stones Cling to U.S. No. 1 [Get off My Cloud]
Ken Dodd on Xmas Day T.V.
Sick Fame Calls Off Scots Dates [George Fame Gets Chronic Bronchitis]
Toys-Stop Press [The Toys visit Britain]
Riot-reception Stones Cling to U.S. No. 1 [Get off My Cloud]
N.A. Yardbirds, Hollies, Freddie and Kramer: Big Xmas Radio Plans
Face Quits [Jimmy Winston quits Small Faces]
Animals, Walkers, Andrews, Who RSG [“Ready Steady Go!”]
Tom Jones-TV Spec, Palladium Date [Tom Jones will star in ATV Showcase]
Donovan, Who, at the Club [The Who, Tom Jones, Donovan co-star at “Saturday Club]
Elvis Film Girl for TV ‘Jury’ [Suzanna Leigh]
Steele Breaks with Parnes [Tommy Steele]
Another Chris Andrews Song for Sandie
Derek Johnson Singles
Manfred Mann, “There’s No Living without Your Loving” (HMV)
Brian Poole, “Good Lovin’” (Decca)
Billy J. Kramer, “Neon City” (Parlophone)
Benny Hill, “What a World” (Pye)
Righteous Bros., “For Your Love” (Pye International)
Derek Johnson Potted Pops
Otis Redding, “My Girl” (Atlantic)
Billy Joe Royal, “Down In the Boondocks” (CBS)
Mark Richardson, “See It My Way” (Stateside)
Top Six, “Here It Comes Again” (NO.22)
Keith Powell, “Goodbye Girl” (Piccadilly)
Jackie Wilson, “I Believe I’ll Love On” (Coral)
Fenmen, “I’ve Got Everything You Need Babe” (Decca)
Larry Cunningham, “There’s that Smile Again” (King)]
Derek Johnson Shop Window
Les Reed and Barry Manson, “Here Today Gone Tomorrow” (Mercury)
Denny Seyton Group, “Just a Kiss” (Parlophone)
Joey Vine, “Down and Out” (N.A.)
Barbara Lynn, “You Can’t Buy Me Love” (N.A.)
Sir Henry’s Orchestra, “Sir Henry’s March” (Columbia)
Gabrieli Brass, “Angel Cake” (Polydor)
The Headliners, “What Became of Love” (Decca), Dennis Louis, “The Clouds Will Soon Roll By (King),
The Breakaways, “Danny Boy” (Pye)
Earl Grant, “Stand By Me” (Brunswick)
Marvin Gaye, “Ain’t That Peculiar” (Tamla-Motown)
Dickie Rock and the Miami Showband, “Wishing It Was You” (Pye)
Brenden O’Brien and the Dixies, “I Love You More Today” (Pye)
Alan Dee and the Chessmen, “There’s Nothing to It” (Pye)
Derek Johnson New to You
Faz 'n’ Roger, “Happy Poor Man Blues” (Fontana)
John Bryant, “Tell Me What You See” (Fontana)
Ayshea, “Eeny Meeny” (Fontana)
Draft, “Amanda” (Decca)
The Beanstalkers, “Ev’rybody’s Talking ‘bout My Baby”(Decca)
Paddie Bell, “Everytime” (Parlophone)
Dave Storey and the Harlequins, “Who’s Sorry” (Parlophone)
Leon Russell’s, “Ev’rybody’s Talking ‘bout My Young (Dot)
James and Jeremiah, “The Won’t Listen” (Mercury)
Nicky James Movement, “Stagger Lee” (Columbia)
Ray Pollard, “The Drifter” (United Artists)
The Eyes, “When Night Falls” (Mercury)
Allen Evans LPs
The Fortunes, “N.A.” (Decca)
Frank Sinatra, Sinatra ’65 (Reprise)
Burl Ives, Wayfaring Stranger (CBS)
Lulu, Something to Shout About (Decca)
Silvie, Mike, Ivor and Kev, The Silkie Sing Songs of Bob Dylan (Fontana)
Roger Miller, Return of Roger Miller (Phillips)
Inez and Charlie Foxx, Inez and Charlie Foxx (London)
Alan Smith The Toys Phoned Genius [“Lover’s Concerto”] 11
Norrie Drummond Spare Time Song Wins Fame for Roy Head 11
Derek Johnson Question Time with the Everly’s 12
Allen Evans EPs
Tonny Bennett, Tonny Bennett (CBS)
Andy Williams, Andy Williams Favourites  (CBS)
Sounds Orchestral (Piccadilly)
Honeycombs (Pye)
Southern Folk Four (Pye)
My Fair Lady (CBS)
N.A. Dusty Calls from States [Dusty Springfield] 12
Tony Bromley From You to Us
Stones-Jacobs Feud: David Jacobs criticism of Rolling Stones, readers response
Nat Hentoff American Airmail
[Capitol withdraws from circulating Beatles’ single; Sammy Davis autobiography “Yes I Can”; Sonny and Cher, Film Version of “My Fair Lady”; Harry Belafonte and Lena Horne; Jordan Christopher; Nancy Sinatra film “The Last of the Secret agents” by Marty Allen and Steve Rossi; Petula Clark nickname “Pet”, Harry Belafonte, Kathrine Hepburn, Shirley McLaine in film “Bloomer Girl” by Harold Arlen; Tonny Bennett in “The Andersonville Trial”; The Swingle Singers; Jimmy Van Heusen’s songs recorded by Frank Sinatra, Tonny Bennett, Peggy Lee and Nancy Wilson; Louis Armstrong]
Andy Gray Radio Caroline Calling! Take a Trip to a Swinging Ship [Radio station's strength] 14
N.A. Classifieds 15
Alley Cats Tailpieces 16
N.A. Make a Date to See and Hear the Stars
Performances: Gene Pitney, Rockin’ Berries, Peter and Gordon, LuLu-Bournemouth Winter Gardens (Nov. 6th), Portsmouth Guildhall  (Nov. 7th), Tooting Granada (Nov. 9th), Leicester de Montfort (Nov. 10th), Wigan ABC (Nov. 11th), Sheffield Odeon (Nov. 12th); Herman’s Hermits, Fortunes, Wayne Fontana, Billy Fury-Chester, ABC (Nov. 6th), Liverpool Empire (Nov. 7th), Bedford Granada (Nov. 9th), Worcester Gaumont (Nov. 10th), Salisbury Odeon (Nov. 11th), Bristol Colston (Nov. 12th);
Television: BBC-1 “Juke Box Jury” (Dave Clark, Peter Murray), ABC-TV “Thank Your Lucky Stars” (Cliff Richards, Animals, Peter and Gordon), BBC-1 “The Benny Hill Show” (Julie Rogern), ATV “The Prince of Wales Show” (Adam Faith, Sandie Shaw), ABC-TV “The Eamonn Andrews Show”; BBC-1 “Dance and Skylark”; BBC-1 “The New Stars and Garters”; Rediffusion “Five O’Clock Funfair” (Anita Harris); ATV “Call in on Wynter” (Mark Wynter, Susan Maughan), BBC-2 “Jazz 625” (Oscar Peterson Trio), Rediffusion “Five O’Clock Fun Fair”, BBC1 “Crackerjack” (Small Faces), Rediffusion “Ready, Steady, GO!” (Wilson Pickett, Small Faces, Sorrows, Nashville Teens)
  Sarah Stevens, February 2006  
No. 983 12 November 1965
Cover The Sorrows, “You’ve Got What I Want” 1
Evans, Allen LP’s:
“Love Is Forever” Cliff Richard (Columbia)
“Looking thru the Eyes of Love” Gene Pitney (Liberty)
“Just Once in My Life” Righteous Brothers (London)
“Second Album” Julie Felix (Decca)
“65” Ella in Hamburg (Verve)
Drummond, Norrie Newcomers to the Charts
Pigalle revue has export quality!
Ryans make it
Johnson, Derek Cliff Takes Bad Reviews with a Pinch of Salt 3
n.a Smashing Time Costs Who Fortune!
Dylan’s BAND angers audience
Johnson, Derek Singles:
Sandie Shaw, “How Can You Tell” (Pye)
Fats Domino, “Whats that You Got”
Jan & Dean, “I Found a Girl” (Liberty)
Beau Brummells, “Don’t Talk to Strangers” (Pye)
Brook Benton, “Mother Nature. Father Time” (RCA)
Christmas Discs, “The Twelve Gifts of Christmas” (Warner)
New to You
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S
1. “Get Off My Cloud,” Rolling Stones
2. “A Lover’s Concerto,” Toys
3. “1-2-3,” Len Barry
4. “You’re the One,” Vogues
5. “I Hear a Symphony,” Supremes
NME Top Selling LPs in Britain
1. Sounds of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
2. Help, Beatles (Parlophone)
3. Mary Poppins, Soundtrack (HMV)
4. Everything’s Coming Up Dusty, Dusty Springfield (Phillips)
5. Almost There, Andy Williams (CBS)
NME NME Top Thirty
1. “Get Off My Cloud,” Rolling Stones (Decca)
2. “Yesterday Man,” Chris Andrews (Decca)
3. “My Generation,” Who (Brunswick)
4. “1-2-3,” Len Barry (Brunswick)
3. “It’s My Life,” Animals (Columbia)
n.a Tom Jones Own TV Show Next Week
Scot McKellar is U.K’s Man in European Finals
Why Elvis Didn’t Meet Princess
Hollies, Seekers, Gerry ‘Place’
New Mann band begins dates
Dodd: Summer at Blackpool; Ifield Show Set
Fortunes ‘no’ to summer season at Blackpool
Composer Singer
Proby drops cabaret, breaks with manager
Marianne, Mother
Elvis movie for Xmas
Marathon release of new records in next fortnight
Film song for Herman’s next
Fortunes, Ivy ‘Stramash”
Kinks Next Single in Dispute
Alma waxes John, Paul Rockin’ Berries next single
Beatles Awaited
n.a Tony Bennett Records Here: Palladium Season in Spring?
Big U.S build-up for Donovan
Who make tour debut
Beryl Marsden with Walkers
Russ, Cilla: Cotton TV
Busy Pickett in rush tour
Cilla for Savoy Ball and season; JBJ set
Who’s a-and-r gets own label
Seekers’ TV Date
Shadows, Bassey, Tom for ‘Stars’
Cabaret, TV Spec. for Frankie Vaughan
Len Barry Visit Is Off
Nat Hentoff U.S Airmail: Beatles Hollywood Deal? 8
Drummond, Norrie Bachelors sum up 3 fab years
Wyman, Bill Stone Diary
n.a Billy Fury fills Stage
Make a date to see & hear the stars
Hit, Miss Berry
Ready Steady Radio Winners
Bromley, Tony From You to Us: Elvis fans snobs?
Maxine Bailey
Geoff Gibson
Frances Broderick
Miss E. Hall
Maureen Stamp
Miss Valerie Watterson
Miss Carolyn Burnhope
Miss M. Clark
R. Johnson
n.a Beatles did show to repay early helper
Keith Altham learns a lot lunching with John and Paul
Gray, Andy Pop Sustains Royal Variety 12
Alley Cat Tailpieces
n.a Wasted Talent
Michael Stiller, March 2006
No. 984 19 November 1965
Johnson, Derek When It Comes to Titles, Bob Dylan Is Champ 2
Hutchins, Chris Colonel Tom Parker’s Retirement Could Be Threat to Elvis 3
n.a. Shouldn’t He Record Instead of Relaxing (Elvis) 3
n.a. Elvis Welsh? 3
Johnson, Derek Derek Johnson on Singles
Andrews: "To Whom it Concerns" (Decca)
Wilson Pickett: "Don't Fight It" (Atlantic
Horst Jankowski: "Heide" (Mercury)
Jonathan King: “Where the Sun Has Never Shone” (Decca)
Shadows: “The War Lord” (Columbia)
P. J. Proby: “Maria” (Liberty)
Barron Knights: “Merry Gentle Pops” (Columbia)
Marcello Minerbi: “Holiday in Athens” (Durium)
Andy Williams: “I’ll Remember You” (CBS)
Barry McGuire: “Upon a Painted Ocean” (RCA)
n.a. News to You 4
n.a. Names to Know
Joe Brown
Chris Sandford
Jimmy Gilmer and the Fire Balls
Johnny Tillotson
Ruby Murray
Sylvie Vartan
Charles Boyer
NME Top Thirty
1.  "Get Off of My Cloud," Rolling Stones (Decca)
2.  "1-2-3," Len Barry (Brunswick)
3.  "The Carnival Is Over," Seekers (Columbia)
4.  "My Generation," Who (Brunswick)
5.  "Yesterday Man," Chris Andrews (Decca)
6.  "It’s My Life," Animals (Columbia)
7.  "Here It Comes Again," Fortunes (Decca)
8.  "Tears," Ken Dodd (Columbia)
9.  "A Lover’s Concerto," Toys (Stateside)
10.  "Yesterday," Matt Monro (Parlophone)
11.  "Wind Me Up," Cliff Richard (Columbia)
1.  Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
2.  Help!, Beatles (Parlaphone)
3.  Out of Our Heads, Rolling Stones (Decca)
4.  Mary Poppins, Soundtrack (HMV)
5.  Almost There, Andy Williams (CBS)
n.a. Tripper’ Must Be Top Side (Insists Lennon)
Big Film Deal for Herman
Kinks Dispute Kills Plugs
LP Titles (Rubber Soul)
Cilla Black Xmas TV
Mathis with Eamonn?
Herman, Yardbirds on 199
Tom Jones, Sammy Davis, Satch at Carnegie Hall
Double Andy Williams, Hollies Wax Beatles
Two Bow on Planet
Tommy in ‘Half’ Film
Oldham Flies In
Foxx Out of Tour
n.a. Cliff, Shadows on Xmas Day TV and Radio Shows 6-7
n.a. Dave Clark, Silkie High in U.S. Chart
Donovan-Most Deal
Popsters on ‘Scene’
New TV Dates for the Toys
McCoys’ Debut LP
‘Pickwick’ Ends in U.S.
TV Acting Role for a Hollie (Graham Nash)
Animals Return
Who, Animals in RSG’s Xmas Finale
Proby may Back Bongo in Cabaret
Chris Andrews with Walkers
Peter, Gordon to Nashville
New ‘Club’ Names
Manfred, Yardbirds Ball
Here It Is- The World’s No.1 Popularity Poll
Your Chance to Vote 1965’s Top Pop Stars
Hentoff, Nat American Air Mail
Yardbirds Music Is Defined – Or is it?
Smith, Alan Bad News for Jim Reeves Fans- If No Film Showing No Album from It! 8
n.a. Star Quotes 8
Althan, Ken Liverpool Goes Mad for Geno, But It All Nearly Came to a Tragic End 9
Bromley, Tony From You to Us 9
Evans, Allen LPs Guide to Xmas Buying 10
Thomas, Tracey NMExclusive Interview with Len Barry 10
n.a. Make a Date to See & Hear the Stars 10
The Alley Cat Tailpieces 12
Evans, Allen EPs by Allen Evans
Nat “King” Cole: “I Could Have Danced All night," "On the Street Where You Live," "Get Me to the Church on Time," "I’ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face” (Capitol)
Freddie and Dreamers: “A Windmill in Old Amsterdam," "Do the Freddie," "A Love Like You," "I Wonder Who the Lucky Guy Will Be” (Columbia)
Frank Ifield: Hong Kong Blues (Columbia)
Shadows: Sound of the Shadows (Columbia)
Beach Boys: Concert (Capitol)
Georgie Fame: “Move It on Over," "Walking the Dog," "Hi Heel Sneakers," "Rockin’ Pneumonia," "The Boogie Woogie” (Columbia)
n.a. NME Popword 12
Brian Taggart, March 2006
No. 984 26 November 1965  
cover Top Pye Albums 1
N.A. Life-lines of Paul and Barry Ryan 2
N.A. New to the Charts: Fontella has Discotheque sound [Fontella Bass] 2
Smith, Alan Seasons Worked off Their Feet! [Four Seasons] 3
N.A. Toy June Is So Cute You'll Bite Her [June Monteiro] 3
Johnson, Derek Britain Makes Roy Orbison a Mixed-Up Guy 4
Hentoff, Nat American Airmail 4
N.A. "I'm so Confused," Mick Softley: The Record American Was Afraid to Release 5
Johnson, Derek Single Reviews
The Beatles, "Day Tripper" / "We Can Work It out" (Parlophone)
The Searchers, "Take Me for What I'm Worth" / "Too Many Miles" (Pye)
Heinz, "Heart Full of Sorrow" / "Don't Worry Baby" (Columbia)
Rockin' Berries, "The Water Is over My Head" / "Doesn't Time Fly" (Piccadilly)
Fourmost, "Girls, Girls, Girls" / "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" (Parlophone)
Russ Conway, "I'm Shy, Mary Ellen, I'm Shy" / "I See the Moon" (Columbia)
Andy Williams, "Do You Hear What I Hear?" / "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" (CBS)
Zombies, "In this the Dream" / "Don't Go Away" (Decca)
The Kinks, "Till the End of the Day" / "Where Have all the Good Times Gone" (Pye)
Val Doonican, "Just to Satisfy You" / "Happy Just Like You" (Decca)
Roulettes, "The Long Cigarette" / "Junk" (Parlophone)
NME Top Thirty
1. Len Barry, "1-2-3" (Brunswick)
2. The Seekers, "The Carnival Is Over" (Columbia)
3. The Who, "My Generation" (Brunswick)
4. The Rolling Stones, "Get off my Cloud" (Decca)
5. Chris Andrews, "Yesterday Man" (Decca
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. Supremes, "I Hear a Symphony"
2. Byrds, "Turn Turn Turn"
3. Len Barry, "1-2-3"
4. Four Seasons, "Let's Hang on"
5. The Rolling Stones, "Get off My Cloud"
NME Best Selling Lps in Britain
1. Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
2. Help!, The Beatles (Parlophone)
3. Mary Poppins, Soundtrack (HMV)
4. Out of Our Heads, Rolling Stones (Decca)
5. Almost There, Andy Williams (CBS)
N.A. Proby has no manager again [P.J. Proby]
Hedgehoppers just make U.S. chart [Hedgehoppers Anonymous]
Animal, ex-Mann manager in new disc venture [The Animals]
World honour for Dusty Springfield
"Tears" sells a million [Ken Dodd]
Court order, then Donovan to U.S.
Bennett Release [Tony Bennett]
Unit U.S. delay [Unit Four Plus Two]
Baby Barbara to visit [Barbara Lewis]
Dusty: own TV series? [Dusty Springfield]
McCoys dates, TV bookings [The McCoys]
Woody Herman Tour
New Manfred Goes [Manfred Mann]
1965's No. 1's on "Top Pops"
Fontella Bass here next week
Mann "Stars", Wayne Solo [Manfred Mann, Wayne Fontana]
Ifield's Xmas Film Debut [Frank Ifield]
Seeker's: Eamonn's Guests
N.A. Animal, Manfred — TV Actor
Ivy Cabaret Debut
Burns Sets Stones World Tour [The Rolling Stones]
N.A. Beatles film own inserts for next week's TV Shows
James Brown tops U.S. visitor's list
Shadows "Babes" EP
Ringo debuts as composer on LP [The Beatles]
Kinks plugs on
Yardbirds Miss Date
Adam, Billy J., Gerry, Val summer shows set [Adam Faith, Billy J. Kramer, Val Doonican, Gerry and the Pacemakers]
Cliff Back to School! [Cliff Richards]
Ella with Duke — Tour Dates Set [Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington]
Hoppers will take on "part-timers" [Hedgehoppers Anonymous]
Baez not quitting [Joan Baez]
Epstein, Most for "Jury" [Brian Epstein]
Pretty Thing is "asked to leave"
New group for Sandie [Sandie Shaw]
Johnson, Derek More Single Reviews
The Walker Brothers, "My Ship Is Coming in" / "You're All Around Me" (Philips)
Frank Ifield, "I Guess" / "Then Came She" (Columbia)
Alma Cogan, "Eight Days a Week" / "Help!" (Columbia)
Sir Douglas Quintet, "The Story of John Hardy" / "In Time" (London)
Tom Jones, "Thunderball" / "Key to My Heart" (Decca)
The McCoys, "Fever/Sorrow" (Immediate)
Wayne Fontana, "It Was Easier to Hurt Her" / "You Made Me What I am Today" (Fontana)
Kenny Lynch, "Get out of My Way" / "One Look at You" (HMV)
Lonnie Donegan, "World Cup Willie" / "Where in this World Are We Going" (Pye)
Evans, Allen     LPs Reviewed
Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders, Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders (Fontana)
Various Artists, Hitmakers Vol. 3 (Pye)
Shirley Bassey, Shirley Bassey at the Pigalle (Columbia)
Joan Baez, Farewell Angelina (Fontana)
Altham, Keith Polish Fan Pays 18 Pounds for Animals LP 11
Johnson, Derek American Is Loving Matt [Matt Monro] 12
Bromley, Tony From You to Us 12
Smith, Alan Seekers Hope for Hat-Trick of No. 1's 13
Hutchins, Chris Shock News from P.J. Proby 14
N.A. A Plea for El [Elvis Presley]
Stones Win in United Europe Pop Contest [The Rolling Stones]
N.A. Classified Ads 15
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 16
Sampson, Gordon Manns Save Package Hit by Troubles [Manfred Mann] 16
  Sasha Taylor, February 2006  

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