New Musical Express | June 1966

No. 1012 3 June 1966  
Cover "Club of Lights" [Oscar] 1
Advertising The Beatles, "Paperback Writer"/ "Rain" 2
Altham, Keith Troggs Bring New Image to Groupsville...It's Politeness 3
Drummond, Norrie Cover Boys Crack Back at Mick Jagger [Gene Latter, Wayne Gibson, David Garrick]  
Johnson, Derek Big Hit for Gene [Singles]
Gene, "Nobody Needs Your Love" / "Dream World" (Stateside)
Kinks Ring Changes: The Kinks, "Sunny Afternoon" / "I'm Not Like Everybody Else" (Pye)
Jimmy Young, "Only You" / "It's a Strange World" (Columbia)
Louis Armstrong, "Mame" / "When the Saints Go Marching in" (Mercury)
Usual from Dave Dee: Dave Dee, "Hideaway" / "Here's a Heart" (Fontana)
Pounding Bonney: Graham Bonney, "Baby's Gone"/"Later Tonight" (Columbia)Silkie, "Born to Be with You" / "So Sorry Now" (Fontana)
Barron Knights, "Doing What She's Not Supposed to Do" / "Every Night" (Columbia)
Downliners Sect, "Glendora" / "I'll Find Out" (Columbia)
The Roulettes, "I Can't Stop"/"Yesterday Today and Tomorrow" (Parlophone)
Startling, Even for the Beatles!: The Beatles, "Paperback Writer" / "Rain" (Parlophone)
Vince Hill, "Merci Cherie" / "Can't Believe My Eyes" (Columbia)
Barry Sadler, "The 'A' Team" / "An Empty Glass" (RCA)
Johnson, Derek Recommended [Singles in Brief]
Julie Rogers, "I Love Him" (Mercury)
Steve Lawrence, "Strangely Attractive" (CBS)
Luvvers, "The House on the Hill" (Parlophone)
Long John Baldry, "The Drifter" (United Artists)
Mark Wynter, "We'll Sing in the Sunshine" (Pye)
Cymbaline, "Top Girl" (Mercury)
Marc Bolan, "The Third Degree" (Decca)
Billy Joe Royal, "Never in a Hundred Years" (Atlantic)
Johnson, Derek Worth Hearing [Singles in Brief]
Neil Hefti, "Batman" (RCA)
The Markett, "Batman" (Warner)
Jan and Dean, "Batman" (Liberty)
Keith Powell and Billie Davis, "You Don't Know Like I Know" (Piccadilly)
Lord Sutch, "The Cheat" (CBS)
Jackie Edwards, "L-O-V-E" (Island)
Steve Darbishire, "Yum Yum" (Decca)
Johnson, Derek Best Newcomers [Singles in Brief]
The Flintlocks, "What Goes On" (Decca)
The Attraction, "Stupid Girl" (Columbia)
Claire Francis, "I've Got My Own Thing Going" (Polydor)
Jamo Thomas, "I Spy" (Polydor)
The Cliff Dwellers, ""Hang on Stupid" (Polydor)
Peter Anathan, "You Can't Stop Me Loving You" (Fontana)
Bean and Loopy's Lot, "Haywire" (Parlophone)
NME NME Top Thirty
1. "Strangers in the Night," Frank Sinatra (Reprise)
2. "Paint It Black," The Rolling Stones (Decca)
3. "Wild Thing," The Troggs (Fontana)
4. "Monday, Monday," The Mamas and the Papas (RCA)
5. "Sorrow," The Merseys (Fontana)
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. "When a Man Loves a Woman," Percy Sledge
2. "A Groovy Kind of Love," The Mindbenders
3. "Paint It Black," The Rolling Stones
4. "Did You Ever Have to Make up Your Mind," The Lovin' Spoonful
5. "I Am a Rock," Simon and Garfunkel
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Aftermath, The Rolling Stones (Decca)
2. The Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
3. The Small Faces, The Small Faces (Decca)
4. Sweet Things, Georgie Fame (Columbia)
5. Animalisms, The Animals (Decca)
  5 Years Ago, 10 Years Ago  
n.a. Big Changes at EMI Soon
Spencer to U.S., Scandinavia [The Spencer Davis Group]
New Disc Signings: Stars Wax New Talent [Chris Curtis, Carol and the Memories, John Stewart, The Tremeloes, The Ram Holder Brothers, Johnny and John, Lisa Shane]
Stars at Radio Caroline Hops [Tom Jones, Eddy Arnold, Jay and the Americans]
Pop Liners
Walkers, Jones, Dusty, Pet, Ifield--Major TV Dates [The Walker Brothers, Tom Jones, Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, Frank Ifield]
Gathering of the 'Clan' [Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Trini Lopez, Bing Crosby]
Tommy Cooper TV: Host Of Pop Names
New U.S. Tour for Yardbirds
Walkers Hotel Ban [The Walker Brothers]
Benders in Rolf TV [The Mindbenders]
Czechs to See Susan [Susan Maughan]
Walkers by Whirlybird! [The Walker Brothers]
Christian Dutch Tour and Film Plans [Neil Christian]
Roy C: Rush Single
Minstrels Smash Success ["The Black and White Minstrel Show" Stage Musical]
Pirate DJ's Move [Disc Jockey Tony Blackburn]
In Latest U.S. Chart - Stones Are Top; Beatles Crash In
Seekers in Valentine TV [Dickie Valentine's ATV Spectacular]
New Light Disc Show [Light Programme Series "Holiday Spin"]
n.a. Herman, Sonny & Cher, Orbison, Dee, Mindbenders, Seasons Discs
Mindbenders in Film with Lulu
Kinks, Dee, Mann, Faces RSG [The Kinks, Dave Dee, Manfred Mann, The Small Faces on "Ready, Steady, Go!"]
Troggs Big Tour Debut in Autumn
MU Gets TV Mime Ban - 'Whole Scene' Is First Victim [The Musician's Union Bans Artists Miming to Records on TV Broadcasts]
That's Showbusiness! [Geneveve Calls Off Engagement to Lord Sutch]
5 O'Clock Freddie [Freddie and the Dreamers]
Cilla: Big TV Date [Cilla Black]
PJ's Manager Quits [P.J. Proby]
Mann, Savile Charity Date [Manfred Mann]
'RSG' Features Beatles Tonight
Light Swinging into Summer With Daytime Pop Marathon
Where to See Dee [Dave Dee]
Prime Minister and Doddy at Cavern [Prime Minister Harold Wilson and Ken Dodd]
Seeker Judith JBJ [Judith Durham on '"Juke Box Jury"]
Cliff's Film Co-Star [Cliff Richard's Leading Lady in Finders Keepers, Viviane Venturs]
Star Cricket [Roy Castle, Peter Murray, Tony Hancock, Charlie Drake, Bernard Cribbins]
Hentoff, Nat and
Tracy Thomas
America Calling:
Bachelors Get Gambling Bug and Lose
Hollywood Up Tight
Beatle Lottery
Drummond, Norrie Wayne Fontana: Happier Now He's Stopped the Sneers  
n.a. Star Quote: Barbara Streisand  
Ware, John Not So Safe for Frankie! [Frankie Vaughan]  
Frame, Jackie Brenda Lee Fulfills an Ambition  
n.a. Lifelines of the Merseys 9
Evans, Allen LPs
Tony Bennet, Movie Song Album (CBS)
Nancy Wilson, From Broadway With Love (Capitol)
Johnnie Ray, The Best of Johnny Ray (Realm)
Oscar Peterson, Oscar Peterson Sings and Plays Nat King Cole (Mercury)
Marvin Gaye: Marvin Gaye: Tribute to the Great Nat King Cole (Tamla-Motown)
Thelonious Monk in Europe - Vol. 5 (Riverside)
Two Sides of Winifred Atwell (CBS)
Mrs. Mills: Especially for You (Parlophone)
Country Piano: Floyd Cramer/Houston Roberts (Fontana)
The Mood Is Misty: Michael and David (Studio 2 Stereo)
The Revolutionary Piano of Nicky Hopkins (CBS)
Frost Report On Britain (Parlophone)
Max Miller, That's Nice Maxie (Marble Arch)
Paddy Roberts: But Not in Front of the Children (Decca)
Don Adams Meets Roving Reporter (Vocalion)
Earle Doud and Alen Robin, Welcome to the LBJ Ranch (Capitol)
Allan Sherman, My Name Is Allan (Warner Bros.)
Music for Pleasure
The Voice of Richard Dimbleby
Golden West: Tex Ritter
A Night in Naples
The Grand Canyon Suite
Jimmy Davis: Maxwell Street
Fred McDowell: Mississippi Delta Blues (Fontana)
Smith, Alan Question Time with Paul and Barry Ryan  
Smith, Alan What Was Dusty Doing in a Place Like This! [Dusty Springfield] 10
Drummond, Norrie Garner Gala [Eroll Garner]  
Smith, Alan New to the Charts: Starr without a Face [Edwin Starr]  
n.a. Star Quote: Ella Fitzgerald  
Bromley, Tony From You to Us [Readers' Letters]  
n.a. Classifieds 11
The Alley Cat Tailpieces: Well Done, Frank! [Frank Sinatra] 12
n.a. Ravi Shankar Hopes Everyone Will Play Sitar  
  Who's Where  
  Jayme Quinn, March 2006  
No. 1013 10 June 1966  
Cover Jimmy Powell (Strike Records Limited)
The Jeeps (Strike Records Limited)
The Falling Leaves
Smith, Alan Doddy's Cuckabutty with Joy! 2
Evans, Allen Mama's and Papa's Have Hit Album Too 2
N.A. Round the World
Who's Where
EMI Ten June EPs You Have to Hear!
The Beach Boys, The Beach Boys (Capitol)
Rolf Harris, Survival (Columbia)
Pinky and Perky, Playtime (Columbia)
Manfred Mann, Instrumental Asylum (HMV)
Andy Stewart, Donald, Where's Your Trousers? (HMV)
Wout Steenhuis, Hawaii-Land of Romance (Columbia)
The Hollies, I Can't Let Go, (Parlophone)
Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels, Ridin ' (Stateside)
Gene Pinty, Backstage (Stateside)
Joy Strings, Joy Strings Abroad (Regal)
Atham, Keith Out of Chaos Came Their 'Best Technical' Recording, but Could 'Don't Bring Me Down' Be Last Animals' Recording? 3
Evans, Allen EPs
Gene Pitney, "Last Chance to Turn Around" / "Lookin' through the Eyes of Love" (Stateside)
Joy Strings, "Abroad" / Lord on Your Side" (Regal)
Hollies, "I Can't Let Go" / "Look through any Window" (Parlophone)
Manfred Mann, "Still I'm Sad" / "My Generation" (HMV)
Wout Steenhius, "Hawaiian Wedding Song" / "Moon River" (Columbia)
Walker Brothers, "Young Man Cried" / "I Need You" (Phillips)
Mitch Ryder, "Jenny Take a Ride" / "Baby Jane" (Stateside)
Dickie Rock, "Come Back to Stay" / "Rock and Roll Music" (Pye)
Val Doonican, "O'Rafferty's Motor Car" / "I Was Born 10,000 Years Ago" (Decca)
N.A. Intense Brown Rips Song Apart
Orbison's Enthusiasm
Johnson, Derek Singles
Cliff Bennett, "Hold On I'm a-Coming" / "Eyes for You" (Parlophone)
Toys, "Silver Spoon" / "Can't Get Enough of You Baby" (Stateside)
Tony Bennett, "The Ssecond Time Around" / "The Shadow of Your Smile" (CBS)
Swinging Blue Jeans, "Sandy" / "I'm Gonna Have You" (HMV)
McCoys, "Runaway" / "Come on Let's Go" (Immediate)
Newbeats, "Crying My Heart Out" / "Short on Love" (Hickory)
Dean Martin, "Come Running Back" / "Boquet of Roses" (Reprise)
Ifield Wistful, "No One Will Ever Know" / "I'm Saving All My Love" (Columbia)
Danny Williams, "Since You Let Me Free Baby" / "I Really Didn't Know What Hit Me" (HMV)
Evans, Allen LPs
____: The Swingin' Set (MGM)
Sonny Side of Cher (Liberty)
Vince Hill: Heartaches (Columbia)
Eddy Arnold: Want to Go with You (RCA Victor)
Pye Advertising B.J. Thomas, "Mama"
Lisa Shane, "Come Get Me"
Dean Martin, "Come Running Back"
N.A. NME Top Thirty
1. Frank Sinatra, "Strangers in the Night" (Reprise)
2. Rolling Stones, "Paint It Black" (Decca)
3. Mama's & Papa's, "Monday Monday" (RCA)
4. Troggs, "Wild Thing" (Fontana)
5. Mercey's, "Sorrow" (Fontana)
N.A. Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. Rolling Stones, "Paint It Black"
2. Lovin; Spoonful, "Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind"
3. Simon & Garfunkel, "I Am a Rock"
4. Percy Sledge, "When a Man Loves a Woman"
5. Mindbenders, "A Groovy Kind of Love"
N.A. Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Rolling Stones, Aftermath (Decca)
2. [Soundtrack], Sound of Music (RCA)
3. Small Faces (Decca)
4. Georgie Fame, Sweet Things (Columbia)
5. Cilla Black, Cilla Sings a Rainbow (Parlophone)
N.A. Walkers: New Single, RSG 'Special' Date, Sunday Concerts
Stones Still at Top, Beatles Move Slowly
Pop Stars for Isle of Man
Granada-TV Disc Firm
St. Peters Debut LP
Simon, Garfunkel to U.K.
DEE to Europe
Other RSG Guests
'Cat-Dog' Cabaret
Yardbirds Radio
Searchers Stay Here
Sandie at Blackpool
Hutchins, Chris Claudette Orbison's Death Ends an Era 6
N.A. Judith Operation Hits Seekers' Film Disc
Beatles Disc Surprise, New Plans
No Animals Split after Eric Burdon Film Part
Manfreds Quit EMI; Paul Jones Leaving?
Peter, Gordon Was Hatch Song, Lovin' Single, Sonny, Cher Delay
Merseys to America, New Home Dates
Doris Revives 'Que Sera'
Fortunes Split-New Member
Ronettes Signed for Epstein Package
Troggs with Bachelors
Vic Lewis to Tokyo
Donegon Christmas Plans Sewn Up
Bromley, Tom From You to Us 8
Gray, Andy Mother of Four Hits It Big 8
N.A. Star Quotes 8
N.A. Lifelines of the Yardbirds 9
Drummond, Norrie Mindbenders' Joy at Topping U.S. Chart! 9
Johnson, Derek Question Time with Tom Jones 10
N.A. What Broke Brenda's Heart? 10
Advertising Classifieds 11
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces 12
Gray, Andy Three-Legged Rolf Clicks 12
Bromley, Tony Petula Clark Brilliant 12
Gordon, Christine Busy Berries 12
  Brooke Sager, March 2006  
No. 1014 17 June 1966  
Cover Herman's Hermits "This Door Swings Both Ways" (Columbia)  
  New York Public Library: "I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Any More" (Columbia)  
  Dave Berry "Mama" (Decca)  
Smith, Alan Ringo Played Cards as Others Sang 'Paperback'! 3
  No Comment' on Chart Shock ["Paperback Writer" failure on chart]  
J.W. David Garrick Studied Opera  
Wells, John Singles
Fame Can't Miss ["Get Away"/"El Bandido" (Columbia)]
Mitch Ryder & Detroit Wheels, "Break Out" (Stateside)
Roy C, "Tear Avenue" (Ember)
Ray Charles, "Let's Get Stoned" (HMV)
Dave Berry, "Mama" (Decca)
Susan Maughan, "Come and Get Me" (Phillips)
Hollies, "Bus Stop" (Parlophone)
Wells, John Jagger Gives Chris [Farlowe] Hit ["Out of Time" (Immediate)] 4
Wells, John Recommended
Al Martino, "Wiederch'n" (Capitol)
The Four Pennies, "Keep the Freeway Open" (Phillips)
The Zombies, "Indication" (Decca)
Gary Lewis and The Playboys, "Green Grass" (Liberty)
BJ Thomas, "Mama" (Pye International)
Matt Monro, "Honey on the Way" (Capitol)
Wells, John Pick of the Rest 4
Evans, Allen LP's
Ray Conniff, Happiness Is (CBS)
Righteous Brothers, Soul & Inspiration (Verve)
Supremes, I Hear a Symphony (Tamla-Motown)
Motown Magic (Tamla-Motown)
Country Music Hall of Fame (London)
NME NME Top Thirty
1. Frank Sinatra, "Strangers in the Night" (Reprise)
2. The Beatles, "Paperback Writer" (Parlophone)
3. Mama's and Papa's, "Monday Monday" (RCA)
4. Rolling Stones, "Paint It Black" (Decca)
5. Merseys, "Sorrow" (Fontana)
NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. Rolling Stones, "Paint It Black"
2. Lovin' Spoonful, "Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind"
3. Simon and Garfunkel, "I Am a Rock"
4. Percy Sledge, "When a Man Loves a Woman"
5. Frank Sinatra, "Strangers in the Night"
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Rolling Stones, Aftermath (Decca)
2. Sound of Music (RCA)
3. Small Faces (Decca)
4. Animals, Animalisms (Decca)
5. The Beatles, Rubber Soul (Parlophone)
n.a. Pirate Caroline Plans Own Disc Company!
2 I's Birthday TV Spec--The Stars Look Back
Ex-Springfield [Mike Hural] Is Disc Producer
Blues Festival Moves to Windsor
Pop-Liners [Jimmy Savile]
Walkers, Mathis, Dusty, Cilla, Shirley Head Seaside Concerts
Cilla Date on Dodd TV Show
Presley Records Again; Revives "Love Letters" (RCA)
Small Faces Will Play Less Dates
After 18 Months--New Yardbirds LP ["Yardbirds" (Columbia)]
New Summer Swingers
Brenda [Lee] Here in Cabaret?
New Troggs Single, Dates
David Garrick 'Now' (Friday), TV Plans
Edwin Starr RSG, Ballroom Dates
Seekers Recording Again ["Georgie Girl" (Columbia)]
Junction' Film Roles for Dee And Co.
Christian Agency Deal
Sinatra, Pet[rula Clark]--LP Tributes
Burdon Film Role Off--New Tour, Disc Plans
Manx Pop Names
Ronettes Tour
n.a. Two Papas and a Mama in London
Beach Boys First Tour of U.K. Is On
Sick Mick
[Small] Faces Radio Date
Unit [Four Plus Two] In Ostend, Germany
n.a. Walker Brothers' LP Ready Soon
Garfunkel Duo RSG
[Roy] C May Stay in U.K.
Beatles 11th-Hour Yes to Live 'Top Pops' TV
Songwriters Wife [Patrina Lordan] Pens Shadows Disc
Stars Film for U.S. TV
Ill, Vikki Carr Trip Off
Beatles Top! ["Paperback Writer"]
Major U.S. Tour for Fortunes
Kinks Spain Ban
[Herb] Alpert TV Dates
Hollie Returns [Eric Haydock]
Bachelors Big Xmas Show
Big TV, Cabaret Dates to Keep Pet Clark Four Months in U.S.
Georgie Fame Date at Festival Hall
Geneveve JBJ ["Juke Box Jury" debut]
Paddy, Dlaus, Gibson Split
Drummond, Norrie Dylan Shocked by British Fans 8
Smith, Alan Gary Walker Must Have Solo Success  
ed. Bromley, Tony From You to Us  
n.a. Orbison Tragedy  
Altham, Keith Kinks Keep to Humour on Discs 9
Thomas, Tracy June Harris Joins NME and Reports from New York  
Altham, Keith Classical Construction Is Bob Crewe's Secret 10
Evans, Allen Showmanship on Dave Dee Debut LP ["Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich" (Fontana)]  
Alley Cat Tailpieces 12
n.a. ABC Show Best Ever [Cilla Black and the Bachelors and Gerry Marsden]  
Gordon, Christine [Mark] Wynter on Top  
  Zack Schoenholtz, March 2006  
No. 1015 24 June 1966  
cover Paul McCartney  
Smith, Alan Georgie's Sweet Taste of Success [Georgie Fame] 2
Wells, John "Romance? Great for lyrics, but not for me," says Gene Pitney 2
Drummond, Norrie Duo make Stones song a hit [Twice as Much] 2
n.a. Star Quote [Sammy Davis] 2
Smith, Alan My Broken Tooth — by Paul McCartney 3
Lynch, Kenny Typical Sonny & Cher 4
Johnson, Derek Single Reviewed:
Ivy League, "Willo Tree" (Piccadilly)
Big Belt Bachelors, "Can I Trust You" (Decca)
Walloping Fortunes, "Silent Street" (Decca)
Petula Clark, "I Couldn't Live without You" (Pye)
Kathy Kerby, "Will I Ever Learn" (Decca)
Chris Curtis, "Aggravation" (Pye)
Joe Tex, "The Letter Song" (Atlantic)
Sam the Sham, "Lil Red Riding Hood" (MGM)
John Stewart, "Until It's Time for You to Go" (CBS)
Roy Head, "Wigglin' and Gigglin" (Vocation)
Ray Conniff, "Somewhere My Love" (CBS)
Evans, Allen EPs:
Peddlers, A Swinging Scene (Phillips)
Spinners, The Singing City (Fontana)
Kiki Dee, Kiki in Clover (Fontana)
Charles Aznavour EP (Fontana)
NME NME Top Thirty:
1. Beatles, "Paperback Writer" (Parlophone)
2. Frank Sinatra, "Strangers in the Night" (Reprise)
3. Mama's and Papa's, "Monday Monday" (RCA)
4. Kinks, "Sunny Afternoon" (Pye)
5. Cilla Black, "Don't Answer Me" (Parlophone)
NME Best Selling LPs in Britain
1. Rolling Stones, Aftermath (Decca)
2. Sound of Music Soundtrack (RCA)
3. Small Faces, Small Faces (Decca)
4. Georgie Fame, Sweet Things (Columbia)
5. Cilla Black, Cilla Sings a Rainbow (Parlophone)
n.a. Walkers, Dusty, Cliff, Dodd and Host of Stars on Charity LP [Walker Brothers, Dusty Springfield, Ken Dodd, Cliff Richard]
TV girl Samantha sings, new Scots label formed [Samantha Juste]
'Paperback Writer' Sells Million in U.S. But Sinatra is new No. 1
Beatles LP Surprises
Lovin' tour date
Herman signs million-dollar film, disc deal
Faces New York Date
Pitney JBJ switch
Dodd TV Guests [Ken Dodd]
Pop Parade names [Neil Christian]
Georgie Fame 'Easy Beat'
Twice dance date [Twice as Much]
Music Station's U.S. Show
Seeker Xmas at Home
n.a. Manfreds (without Paul) Record for Philips; EMI Single
So far this year — the Beach Boys top chart table
n.a. Dusty on RSG
Jones still on RSG [Tom Jones]
Rush Presley Single, Dusty No. 1 Sequel
Garfunkel 'Club'
Bassey After 'Funny Girl' [Shirley Bassey]
Hollies Scrap U.S. Trip — New Plans
Cliff's Club to Close [Cliff Richard]
Matt Monro in Savoy Cabaret
Jerry Lee Lewis for autumn tour
Reg Calvert's widow to manage Fortunes, Assorted Colours
Dee in Scotland [Dave Dee]
Marianne in cabaret [Marianne Faithfull]
Crispian Cabaret Bow [Crispian St. Peters]
Decca man moves
Yardbird man waxes jazz
'Benders Special U.S. Disc [Mindbenders]
A Pinkerton Quits
Troggs will play less dance dates
Dodd Blackpool Radio
Altham, Keith Mama and Papa's Night Before 8
Smith, Alan Beatles (continued from page 3) 8
Evans, Alan LPs:
Frank Sinatra, Strangers in the Night (Reprise) *****
Mindbenders, The Mindbenders (Fontana) ****
Sonny and Cher, Wondrous World of Sonny and Cher(Atlantic) ****
Jerry Lee Lewis, Memphis Beat (Philips) ****
Harris, Jane and Thomas, Tracy America Calling [Frank Sinatra, Sonny and Cher] 9
Davies, Dave Kinks Had a Ball in Midnight Sun 9
Bromley, Tony From you to us [Elvis] 9
Gray, Andry A Frank Talk with Cliff [Cliff Richard] 10
Drummon, Norrie Lulu Cried for 'Sad' Sidney Poiter 10
The Alley Cat Tailpieces 12
n.a. Frank Ifield in Top Form 12
  David Stern, March 2006  

NME | 1966
Original by Silverman 1999 | grtedit 15-Jan-2018