New Musical Express | January 1967

No. 1043 7 January 1967  
(cover page) Over 2 ½ million sold in USA: The Monkees “I’m a Believer” 1
(cover page) Announcements: A Fabulous Disc! “Coming On Strong” Brenda Lee [Brunswick] 1
n.a Announcements:
67’s Chart Buster! Four Tops “Standing in the Shadows of Love” [EMI]
And a Red-Hot LP Six-Some! Temptations “Getting’ Ready,” Four Tops “Four Tops on Top,” Supremes “Supremes A’ Go-Go,” Jimmy Smith “Hoochie Cooche Man,” Jr. Walker & The All Stars “Road Runner,” Ike and Tina Turner “Soul Sixteen” [EMI]
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Derek Johnson Groups Triumphed in Charts of 1966 Despite ‘Finished’: NME’s World Famous Points Table Survey 2, 3
n.a. Announcements:
Start ’67 with a EMI Swing at 3 ¾ I.P.S.: Beach Boys “Best of the Beach Boys,” Cliff Richard & the Shadows “Finders Keepers,” The Black & White Minstrels “Here Come the Minstrels,” Lee Dorsey “The New Lee Dorsey,” Russ Conway “Pop a Conway,” The Hollies “For Certain Because,” The Beatles “The Beatles Hits”
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Derek Johnson Singles:
Four Tops: “Standing in the Shadows of Love” / “Since You’ve Been Gone” [Tamla-Motown]
Nancy Sinatra: “Sugar Town” / “Summer Wine” [Reprise]
Max Bygraves & Kenny Ball: “Rosie” / “Harmonise” [Pye]
Chuck Berry: “Club Nitty Gritty” / “Laugh and Cry” [Mercury]
Vera Lynn: “It Hurts to Say Goodbye” / “In the Snow” [HMV]
Riot Squad: “Gotta Be a First Time” / “Bitter Sweet Love” [Pye]
Sandie Shaw: “I Don’t Need Anything” / “Keep in Touch” [Pye]
Frankie Laine: “Ev’ry Street’s a Boulevard” / “I’ll Take Care of Your Cares” [HMV]
Bobby Goldsboro: “No Fun at the Fair” / “Hold On” [United Artists]
Mindbenders: “I Want Her She Wants Me” / “The Morning After” [Fontana]
Four Seasons: “Tell It to the Rain” / “Show Girl” [Phillips]
Jay & the Americans: “(He’s) Raining in My Sunshine” / “The Reason for Living” [United Artists]
Dr. West’s Medicine Show & Junk Bed: “The Eggplant that Ate Chicago” / “You Can’t Fight City Hall Blues” [CBS]
Spencer’s Washboard Kings: “The Eggplant that Ate Chicago” / “Somebody Stole My Gal” [Pye]
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Derek Johnson Potted Pops Singles:
Ways and Means: “Sea of Faces” [Pye]
Sue and Sunny “You Can’t Bypass Love” [Columbia]
Brian Connell and the Round-Sound: “Just My Kind of Loving” [Mercury]
Bobby Bennett: “Just Say Goodbye” [CBS]
Howard Tate: “Look at Granny Run Run” [Verve]
Royal Guardsmen: “Snoopy v. The Red Baron” [Stateside]
Jackie Lynton: “He’ll Have to Go” [Columbia]
Morgan James Duo: “I’ll See You Again” [Philips]
Dana Rollin: “Best Friend” [Stateside]
Joe Henderson: “Cat’s Whiskers” [Mercury]
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NME Best Selling Pop Records in U.S.
1. “I’m a Believer,” The Monkees
2. “Snoopy vs. The Red Baron,” Royal Guardsmen
3. “Tell It Like It Is,” Aaron Neville
4. “Winchester Cathedral,” New Vaudeville Band
5. “Sugar Town,” Nancy Sinatra
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NME From the NME 5 Years Ago: Top Ten 1962- Week Ending January 5th
1. “Stranger on the Shore,” Acker Bilk (Columbia)
2. “Moon River,” Danny Williams (HMV)
3. “Tower of Strength,” Frankie Vaughan (Philips)
4. “Let There Be Drums,” Sandy Nelson (London)
5. “Johnny Will,” Pat Boone (London)
6. “Midnight in Moscow,” Kenny Ball (Pye)
7. “Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen,” Nell Sedaka (RCA)
8. “I’d Never Find Another You,” Billy Fury (Decca)
9. “Multiplication,” Bobby Darin (London)
10. “So Long Baby,” Del Shannon (London)
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NME From the NME 10 Years Ago: Top Ten 1957- Week Ending January 4th
1. “Singing the Blues,” Guy Mitchell (Philips)
2. “Just Walking in the Rain,” Johnnie Ray (Philips)
3. “Green Door,” Frankie Vaughan (Philips)
4. “St. Therese of the Roses,” Malcolm Vaughan (HMV)
5. “Cindy Oh Cindy,” Eddie Fisher (HMV)
6. “Singing the Blues,” Tommy Steele (Decca)
7. “True Love,” Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly (Capitol)
8. “Hound Dog,” Elvis Presley (HMV)
9. “Rip It Up,” Bill Haley’s Cornets (Brunswick)
10. “Woman in Love,” Frankie Laine (HMV)
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NME Top Thirty
1.  “Green Green Grass of Home,” Tom Jones (Decca)
2.  “Morningtown Ride,” Seekers (Columbia)
3.  “Save Me,” Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich (Fontana)
4.  “Sunshine Superman,” Donovan (Pye)
5.  “What Would I Be,” Val Doonican (Decca)
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NME Best Selling Sheet Music in Britain
1.  “Sound of Music” (RCA)
2.  “Best of the Beach Boys” (Capitol)
3.  “Come the Day” (Columbia)
4.  “Gentle Shades of Val Doonican” (Decca)
5.  “A Quick One” (Reaction)
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n.a. Announcements:
The original soundtrack album of the film for which the music was written by Paul McCartney “The Family Way” (Decca)
New Hit! Atlantic Singles from the America charts- for you:
Bobby Darin: “The Girl That Stood Beside Me”
Percy Sledge: “It Tears Me Up”
Ben E. King, “What Is Soul?”
Esther Philips: “Somebody Else Is Taking My Place”
The Bitter End Singers: “A Taste of Your Love”
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  Watch for these New Singles in Your Shops Now!
Sandie Shaw: “I Don’t Need Anything” (Pye)
Nancy Sinatra: “Sugar Town” (Reprise)
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n.a. Pitney, Troggs, Orbison, Faces: Major Tours
Beatles Gold Disc Champions of ‘66
Vaudeville, Blues, Faithfull, Sandie Shaw, Dylan Discs Due
Fame in Cathy TV Pilot (Georgie Fame is making a guest appearance in the pilot show for Cathy McGowan’s new TV program)
Pop-Liners
Fame Return to Saville (Georgie Fame-Julie Felix Christmas Show at Saville Theather)
Big Dave Dee-Who package? (Dave Dee group and the Who may co-star in another major tour in late winter or early spring)
Stones LP titles, big TV single promotion
British U.S. Hits (Tom Jones, Peter and Gordon, Spencer Davis, and Dave Clark are fast climbing on the American charts)
Cat debut album (Cat Stevens)
Sounds Inc. Shake-Up 10-Piece Big Band
Herman U.K. Return, Next Single Fixed (Herman’s Hermits)
Eddy Arnold Trip
Max quits ‘Choice’ (Max Bygraves walked out of his duties on “Housewives’ Choice”)
Monkees Here Soon- Tour with Troggs?
Wayne, Herman, PG in Doddy six-week TV series (Wayne Fontana, Herman’s Hermits, Jackie Trent, Peter and Gordon)
New BBC Pop Show
Ballet in Donovan Bill
Tom Jones Palladium TV, Gold Disc, West End cabaret, U.S.
Pirate Station 390 Is Back
Walkers LP Date (Walker Brothers)
Dusty, Kathy signed for top TV shows (Dusty Springfield, Kathy Kirby)
Spencer Dates (Spencer Davis Group)
‘Club’ Star Guests (The Cream guest stars on The Club)
Adam Faith-Sellers Movie On BBC-2
Dionne BBC-2 Special (Dionne Warwick)
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n.a. Announcements:
Top Shop For Pop! In stock now: 2000 singles, 3000 pop albums, all labels every new release
New from Decca this week:
The Nashville Team “That’s My Woman”
Jonathan King “Seagulls”
Frank Chacksfield and His Orchestra “My Star”
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Tracy Thomas Audiences Affect Mike Love’s Humor 8
Allen Evans LPs:
Ginger Baker, Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton: Fresh Cream [Reaction]
Paul Jones: Paul Jones: My Way [HMV]
Bob Dylan: Greatest Hits [HMV]
Wayne Newton: Wayne Newton-Now [Capitol]
Jackie Edwards and Millie Small: Jackie and Millie [Island]
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Norrie Drummond
Pictures taken by Barry Peake
At Home with the Easybeats 9
n.a. Announcements:
He’ll Have to Go. A great up-dated version of a hit song hear Jackie Lynton sing “He’ll Have To Go”
Buy these great showtimes hit at your dealer…now! [EMI]
Cliff Richard & The Shadows “Finders Keepers”
Cliff Richard & The Shadows “Cinderella”
Cliff Richard & The Shadows “Thunderbirds Are Go”
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Alan Smith No Tights for Dusty! (Dusty Springfield won’t wear fishnet tights at performances) 10
Tracy Thomas Hollywood: Beach Boys form own disc label 10
June Harris New York: Eric Burdon and the Animals arrive in New York February 10th 10
n.a. New to the Charts: Smashing Move (The Move made their way onto the charts with their first record) 10
n.a. Announcements:
Moving Into ’67 on New Atlantic LP’s
Bobby Darin: “In a Broadway Bag”
Percy Sledge: “Warm & Tender Soul”
John Lewis: “Jazz Abstractions”
Sam & Dave: “Hold On, I’m a Comin’”
Otis Redding: “The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul Complete & Unbelievable”
Booker T. & The M.G.’s: “Soul Dressing”
The Mar-Keys: “The Great Memphis Sound”
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The Alley Cat Tail Pieces [Details of production of new songs, albums, and concerts] 12
Jeremy Pascall Monkees Climb In! (New to the Charts) 12
John Coe Seekers Falter (The Seekers) 12
n.a. Two New Years for Dave Dee! 12
n.a. Announcements:
A Great Hit Disc! “Louie Louie” The Sandpipers [Pye]
“Gotta Be a First Time” for the Riot Squad, Pye’s First Hit of 1967
A Beach Boy Writes for Graham Bonney
Record of the Week! Sandie Shaw “I Don’t Need Anything” [Pye]
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  Hali Alpert, Spring 2008  
     
No. 1042 14 January 1967  
Cover Page Brian Epstein Presents the 4 Tops, The Merseys, Madeline Bell, The Remo Four, The Johnny Watson Band 1
Alan Smith Cliff’s Retirement Depends on His 0-Level! 2
Jeremy Pascall Wayne’s Three Women! 2
N.A. At New Wimbledon Home: DONOVAN Talks about Shape of Things to Come 3
Keith Altham All Things Bright and Beautiful 3
N.A. ALL ABOUT THE MONKEES 4
Derek Johnson Singles Review
Otis Redding, “Try a Little Tenderness” / “Sick Y’all” (Atlantic)
Moody Blues, “Life’s Not Life” / “He Can Win” (Decca)
Jonathan King, “Seagulls” / “Take a Look at Yourself Babe” (Decca)
Percy Sledge, “It Tears Me Up” / “Oh How Happy.” (Atlantic)
Chiffons, “My Boyfriend’s Back” / “I Got Plenty o’ Nuttin” (Stateside)
New Vaud, “Peek-A-Boo” / “Army” (Fontana)
Paul Jones, “I’ve Been a Bad Boy” / “Sonny Boy Williamson” (HMV)
Rolling Stones, “Let’s Stand the Night Together” / “Ruby Tuesday” (Decca)
Bobby Darin, “The Girl that Stood Beside Me” / “Reason to Believe” (Atlantic)
Doddy, “Let Me Cry on Your Shoulder” (Columbia)
Nashville Teens, “That’s My Woman” / “Words” (Decca)
Ben E. King, “What Is Soul” / “They Don’t Give Medals to Yesterday’s Heroes” (Atlantic)
Rita Pavone, “You Only You” / “Before You Go” (RCA)
Engelbert Humperdinck, “Release Me” / “Ten Guitars” (Decca)
Bitter End Singers, “A Taste of Your Love” / “Everybody Knows My Name” (Atlantic)
Kenny Damon, “Only Your Love” / “Sold to the Man with the Broken Heart” (Mercury)
Eydie Gorme, “Matchmaker, Matchmaker” / “Don’t Go to Strangers” (CBS)
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NME Top Thirty
1.  “Green Green Gross of Home,” Tom Jones (Decca)
2.  “I’m A Believer,” Monkees (RCA)
3.  “Morningtown Ride,” Seekers (Columbia)
4.  “Happy Jack,” Who (Reaction)
5.  “Sunshine Superman,” Donovan (Pye)
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NME Britian’s Top 15 LPs
1.  Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
2.  Best of the Beach Boys (Capitol)
3.  Come the Day, Seekers (Columbia)
4.  A Quick One, The Who (Reaction)
5.  Distant Drums, Jim Reeves (RCA)
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NME Opinion The BBC and Drug Songs 8
N.A. Who: West End Show, Tour:  Full Orbison – Faces Dates, Venues, BBC to Film Beach Boys Tour 8
N.A. Elvis, Jim, Proby, Pet, Monument Releases 8
N.A. Monkees TV Show in Britain?
Plane-hopping Troggs for U.S.; LP titles
Don Tour Plans
Beach Boy due
‘Georgy Girl” Oscar?
Beatles at Premiere?
Dave Dee Group for Trips Abroad
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N.A. John & Paul have Fame between them! 10
Alan Smith Georgie Fame Needs People 11
Allen Evans LPs : 
Jimmy James and the Vagabonds;
Headline News;
Antia Harris: Somebody’s in my Orchard;
Golden Guinea, East-West: Butterfield Blues Band;
Je m’appelle Barabra;
Jr. Walker and All Stars:  Road Runner;
Musicassettes
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Keith Altham Charlie Watts writes and draws for Stone’s Latest Album, reviewed track-by-track by Keith Anderson with special comments by Mick Jagger 12
Tony Bromley (ed) From You to US 12
N.A. A Preview of ‘Privilege’ 13
Tracy Thomas Young Carl is Peacemaker Wilson 14
Norrie Drummond Dave Dee’s recording manager is a film star as well! 14
June Harris Vaud Band Adds Bulldog! 14
Tracy Thomas Adults Oust Teens from Sunset Strip 14
N.A, Dylan Hopes Book Shocks 14
The Alley Cat TAILPIECES 16
The Alley Cat Cat’s Whiskers Awards for 1966 16
Keith Altham New to the Charts:  Wild Jimi Hendrix 16
  Anastasia Andrew, Spring 2008  
     
No. 1043 21 January 1967  
cover page Stones crazy pics 1
cover page Cat Stevens, Troggs, Move, Donovan, Walkers, Doonican 1
cover page Released today: 'Music to watch girls by' - The Bob Crewe Generation 1
The Rolling Stones
/Decca
[A hand-drawn cartoon panel about the Rolling Stones called "Between the Buttons" transcribed as follows:]
“(to understand this little rhyme/ you first must tap your foot in time. /then the buttons come much nearer/ and the Stones you see more clearer)
1: (a mob chanting "we want the Stones!" 3x) 'Between the Buttons' started as a laugh/ but pretty soon turned into a farce.
2: (four people talking: "In all my years in showbusiness," "Are they for real?..." "all head and no bread," "wait till I tell my wife...." ) ‘Between the Buttons' between the fibres/ we know a lot have called us liars.
3: (two people talking) "say is that a boy or a girl?...") 'Between the Buttons' behind the dirt/ you know at times you've often hurt.
4: (Rolling Stones headliner above a sign that reads 'Sold Out.' A business man grins and says "you know they ain't so bad after all")  'Between the Buttons' at last did fit/ and so to prove it here they sit.
5: (a speaker blares "have you seen your mother baby."  One guy says "well I like it" and the other, looking perplexed, scratches his head saying "well I don't know")
'Between the Buttons' on the ledge/ do seem at times to go over the edge.
6: (a two-faced man first says "they ain't and never will be... what do they think they're up to now..." then exclaims "Hi Mick!  love your latest..." )
But, before you hand us the cup/ count your buttons before doing them up”
"This is the back of our new LP... what do we say... Just listen."
1
Keith Altham Trogg-Maker reveals hit group's secrets
[Interview with Trogg-maker Larry Page with his 'mad-mad group' on their recent tour of Germany.]
2
Jeremy Pascall Monkees LP sounds like mid-Beatles [Newly released album "The Monkees" (RCA) are heavily influenced by the Beatles' sound, but all twelve tracks still hold up as good songs.]
Yardbirds [Very brief review of their two most recent releases, "Sweet Young Thing" and "Gonna Buy Me a Dog."]
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NME Gagging it up with the Rolling Stones [A couple pictures of the band with commentary.] 4
Allen Evans EPs
Sounds Orchestral (Piccadilly)
Brook Benton (Mercury)
Singing Postman (Parlophone)
Zoot Money's Big Roll Band (Columbia)
Barbra Streisand (CBS)
Richard Anthony (Columbia)
Tom Jones (Decca)
Top TV themes (Pye)
Joe (Decca)
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N/A America Calling: Monkees Spring Tour in Europe? [A major West Coast agency is compiling an itinerary to include dates in England in either March or April.]
[Below are news blurbs from Hollywood and New York about The Young Rascals, Smokey Robinson, Spencer Davis, Johnny Rivers, Elvis, and Jerry Lee Lewis, and Jack Good.]
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NME Round the world discs [Tables showing the positions of British discs in their own countries for 1966.] 4
  Denmark:
4. Yellow Submarine – Beatles
6. Michelle – Beatles
7. Yesterday – Beatles
9. Yesterday Man - Chris Andrews
13. No milk today - Herman's Hermits
15. Paperback writer – Beatles
20. Nineteenth nervous breakdown - Rolling Stones
 
  Hungary:
1. Eleanor Rigby – Beatles
2. I put a spell on you - Alan Price Set
3. Bend it - Dave Dee etc.
4. Yellow Submarine – Beatles
5. Winchester Cathedral - New Vaudeville Band
6. Paperback writer – Beatles
9. Pied Piper - Crispian St Peters
10.  Sunny afternon – Kinks
 
  Poland:
1. Sunshine Superman – Donovan
2. You were on my mind - Crispian St Peters
3.  Wild thing – Troggs
4.  Yellow Submarine – Beatles
4. Keep on running - Spencer Davis
6. Sunny afternoon – Kinks
9.  Don't bring me down – Animals
10. Blue turns to grey - Cliff Richard
 
  Sweden: (Top artists only)
3. Beatles
5. Kinks
6. Hollies
8. Rolling Stones
13.  Troggs
13. Manfred Mann
16. Who
17.  Herman's Hermits
 
N/A [Full page add for Rita Pavone's new recording "Heart"] 5
Derek Johnson Singles:
"The Beat Goes On," Sonny & Cher (Atlantic) [B side not mentioned.]
"Thank You Baby" / "Briony," Graham Bonney (Columbia)
"I Got to Go Back" / "Dynamite," McCoys (Immediate)
"Popcorn, Double Feature" / "Lovers," Searchers (Pye)
"I'm a Man" / "I Can't Get Enough of It," Spencer Davis (Fontana)
"Ooh la la" / "Ain't Nobody Home," Normie Rowe (Polydor)
"Open Your Heart" / "Love Can Give," Jackie Trent (Pye)
"That Can't Be Bad" / "I Love Him, I Need Him," Geneveve (CBS)
"Baby What I Mean" / "Aretha," Drifters (Atlantic)
"Love Me" / "Babee I'm Crazee," Bobby Hebb (Philips)
"The Habit of Lovin' You Baby" / "You'll Be Needin' Me Baby," Nino Tempo & April Stevens (London)
"What More Can Anyone Do?" / "You've Got a Way with Me," Adam Faith (Parlophone)
"Hurry Sundown" / "For Baby," Peter Paul and Mary (Warner)
"It Takes Two" / "It's Got to Be a Miracle," Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston (Tamla - Motown)
"How Do You Catch a Girl?" / "The Love You Left Behind," Sam the Sham (MGM)
"98.6" / "The Teeny Bopper Song," Keith (Mercury)
"98.6" / "Stubborn Kind of Fellow" Bystanders (Piccadilly)
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NME Potted Pops:
"Here Comes My Boy," Tremeloes (CBS)
"I Had Too Much to Dream," Electric Prunes (Reprise)
"The Wishing Doll," Ike Cole (U-A)
"Let It Be Me," Mick Tinsley (Decca)
"Heart Break," Sonny Childe & TNT (Polydor)
"Somebody Else Is Taking My Place," Esther Philips (Atlantic)
"Beautiful Dreams," Twiggy (Ember)
"Skip to My Loo," Vince-Edwards (U-A)
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NME NME Top 30
1. "I'm a Believer," Monkees (RCA)
2. "Green Grass of Home," Tom Jones (Decca)
3. "Happy Jack," Who (Reaction)
4. "Morningtown Ride," Seekers (Columbia)
5. "Standing in the Shadows of Love," Four Tops (Tamla-Motown)
7
NME Britain's Top 15 LPs
1. Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
2. Best of the Beach Boys, Beach Boys (Capitol)
3. Come the Day, Seekers (Columbia)
4. A Quick One,  The Who (Reaction)
5. Distant Drums, Jim Reeves (RCA)
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NME 5 years ago (Top ten 1962)
1. "The Young Ones," Cliff Richard (Columbia)
2. "Stranger on the Shore," Acker Blik
3. "I'd Never Find Another You," Billy Fury (Decca)
4. "Let's Twist Again," Chubby Checker (Columbia)
5. "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen" Neil Sedaka (RCA)
7
NME 10 years ago (Top ten 1957)
1. "Singing the Blues," Guy Mitchell (Philips)
2. "Singing the Blues," Tommy Steele (Decca)
3. "Garden of Eden," Frankie Vaughan (Philips)
4. "Friendly Persuasion," Pat Boone (London)
5. "True Love," Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly (Capitol)
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NME Best selling pop records in U.S. [record companies not listed] 1. "I'm a Believer," Monkees
2. "Snoopy vs. the Red Baron," Royal Guardsmen
3. "Tell It Like It Is," Aaron Neville
4. "Good Thing," Paul Revere & the Raiders
5. "Words of Love," Mama's and Papa's
7
N/A Cilla Black signs for top movie comedy role [She will play the lead in the film "Work ... is a four letter word" along with David Warner and Alfred Marks.  It is not a singing role.] 8
N/A Who, Cream, St. Peters in Stigwood -- Epstein deal [These bands will join Epstein's 'vast empire' with the launch of the Robert Stigwood Organisation and Nems Enterprises.] 8
N/A Monkees Hollywood movie [They will make their first feature film in Hollywood under Columbia Pictures starting this spring;  it is still undecided whether they will film  a 'Monkees' TV show.] 8
N/A Cat Stevens top TV spots [Starting Saturday, Stevens is booked to appear on ABC-TV's  "Doddy's Music Box," ATV's "London Palladium Show," and the New Light Programme's "Monday Monday" and "Parade of the Pops."  He will be in the US for five days on this promotional trip.] 8
N/A Troggs WILL do Pitney package [After negotiations with promoter Arthur Howes, Troggs will now be billed as "guest stars" on their forthcoming tour with Gene Pitney.] 8
N/A Spencer - Hollies - Paul Jones: first package dates [All will perform in a three-week tour promoted by Danny Betesh, playing 21 venues between March 11 and April 1. 9
N/A Donovan Week in West End [Donovan will play a week's engagement at Saville Theatre in London this spring.] 9
N/A Mickie Most Will Record Yardbirds [Most will begin recording with them in early February when the band returns from their Australian tour with the Walker Bros.  It will be the group’s first recording as a quartet.] 9
N/A Vaudevilles for own U.S. TV series? [The band is set to play two American tours and make three major TV appearances in mid February.  Their agent Tito Burns and manager Peter Grant are negotiating for the group to star in a 13-week TV series to be filmed in London although it will only air in America.] 9
N/A Temptations, Otis, Sledge visits set [Redding and Sledge are confirmed for a British and Continental tour in the early spring.  The Temptations will also be touring at this time, doing promotional TV and radio appearances as well as concerts.] 9
N/A On German TV [Paul Jones and the Hollies star in German TV's top pop show "Beat Beat Beat" on February 9.  Agent Arthur Howes is also booking Freddie and the Dreamers, Helen Shapiro, and the Yardbirds for later dates.] 9
Tracy Thomas Al + Linda = Happiness! [Al and Linda Jardine of the Beach Boys talk about hobbies, pets, and living in Manhattan Beach.] 10
Allen Evans LPs
4 stars: Mama's and Papa's (RCA Victor)
4 stars: Hums of the lovin' spoonful (Kama Sutra)
4 stars: Jerry Lee Lewis: By Request (Philips)
4 stars: Otis Redding: Dictionary of soul (Atlantic)
also: Nat King Cole, Sarah Vaughan, and Jessie Matthews
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Jeremy Pascall He's No. 7 in the chart with 'Matthew and Son' but... Cat's concerned about bricks! [A neurotic-sounding Cat Stevens discusses building materials, Georgie Fame, The Tremeloes, and his love of Scrabble and Monopoly.] 11
Derek Johnson Dave Allen talks about his friend Val Doonican 11
A.G. and A.S. Val's pals get the laughs [A nod to Dave Allen's entertainment skills and an announcement that Dave Cumming is starting a comedy routine in London.] 11
Derek Johnson Are films a jinx for pop stars? [Johnson comments that fans of bands like The Beatles and The Stones would likely prefer that they make no films at all, instead of the current trend of stagnant on-and-off filming for a mediocre product.] 12
Keith Altham Chaos for Scott since 'The Leeds' moved in [Scott Engel shares a laugh about living with Gary Leeds.] 13
Alan Smith Move wants to start riot: 'Wrecking, smashing, breaking things -- the kids LOVE it! they say [The Move's Carl Wayne confides his life's ambition to start a riot.  He states, "People love violence.  They WANT violence.  In our act we wreck cars and stick an axe through TV sets.  The kids go wild.  Within minutes they're right in there with us... WRECKING, SMASHING, breaking things up."  When asked about the musical aspect of their performances, he grins and discusses the importance of the visual aspects.] 14
Alan Smith London label is 20 years old! 14
Allen Evans LPs continued
3 stars: Percy Sledge: Warm and tender (Atlantic)
3 stars: Mar-Keys: Great Memphis sound (Atlantic)
3 stars: Bobby Darin: In a Broadway bag (Atlantic)
14
N/A [Ads and classifieds, along with the upcoming week's programme list on Radio Luxembourg.] 15
Alley Cat Tailpieces [A series of blurbs skimming the inside contents.] 16
Andy Gray At Albert Hall Concert, Donovan weaves moods with wistful airs [Donovan's show was wildly well received; a detailed description and set list follows.] 16
  Jenna Grossi, Spring 2008  
     
No. 1046 28 January 1967  
Cover Sensational First Disc by Andover’s New Hit Makers, the Loot ‘Baby Come Closer’ 1
John King The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Scene’s Wildest Raver! 2
Keith Altham Jagger Scorns Critics 3
Jeremy Pascall It All Began in Texas: History of the Monkees 4
N/A Peter Tork Disappointed His Father [the musician’s father was a Associate Professor of Economics at University of Connecticut] 5
NME Britain’s Top 15 LP’s
1.  Soundtrack, Sound of Music (RCA)
2.  The Monkees, The Monkees (RCA)
3.  The Beach Boys, Best of the Beach Boys (Capitol)
4.  The Rolling Stones, Between the Buttons (Decca)
5.  The Cream, Fresh Cream (Reaction)
5
Allen Evans LP Reviews
1.  Bo Diddley, The Originator (Chess)
2.  James Bride, Mighty Instrumentals (Pye)
3.  Nina Simone, Nina Simone Sings Ellington (Golden Guinea)
4.  Chuck Berry, Chuck Berry’s Greatest Hits (Marble Arch)
5.  Muddy Waters, Muddy Waters at Newport (Marble Arch)
6.  Donnie Warwick, Here Where There Is Love (Pye)
5
N/A Jim Ruffin Can’t Miss with this: “I’ve Passed this Way Before” / “Tomorrow’s Tears” 6
NME Singles Review
Julie Felix, “Saturday Night” / “The Ones I Love the Most” [Fontana] 
Jim Reeves, “I Won’t Come in While He’s There” / “Maureen” [RCA]
Little Richard, “Get Down with It” / “Rose Mary” [Columbia]
Kenny Lynch, “It’s Too Late” / “I Just Wanna Love You” [HMV]
Patti La Belle & Thee Bluebelles, “Take Me for a Little While” / “I Don’t Want to Go On without You” [Atlantic]
Inez & Charlie Foxx, “Tightrope” / “My Special Prayer” [Stateside]
Del Shannon, “She” / “What Makes You Run” [Liberty]
Billy Fury, “Hurtin’ Is Loving” / “Things Are Changing” [Parlophone]
Aaron Neville, “Tell It Like It Is” / “Why Worry” [Stateside]
Johnny Cash, “You Beat All I Ever Saw” / “Put the Sugar to Bed” [CBS]
Nicky Scott, “Backstreet Girl” / “Chain Reaction” [Immediate]
Kingsmen, “Daytime Shadow” / “Trouble” [Pye]
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NME Top Thirty
1.  “I’m a Believer,” The Monkees (RCA)
2.  “Matthew & Son,” Cat Stevens (Deram)
3.  “Green Green Grass of Home,” Tom Jones (Decca)
4.  “Night of Fear,” Move (Deram)
5.  “Let’s Spend the Night Together,” The Rolling Stones (Decca)
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N/A Cat, Hendrix in Walkers Tour; Kinks-Dee Package?
NME Poll Concert Set: Hoe to /reserve Your Tickets
Dusty Waxing Bacharach 007 Number [Dusty Springfield recording Burt Barcharach tune]
New Film Song for Paul Jones
Hollies - Spense – Paul Jones: More Dates
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N/A Liverpool Promotion Films for Beatles Single: “Strawberry Fields Forever” / “Penny Lane”
Bachelors Palladium TV: Spring Variety
After Monkees, Big Who TV Series
New Release from Orbison, Dave Dee, Darin, Alpert, ‘Pipers, Montez
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N/A Brian: Loved or Loathed Genius [Brian Wilson] 10
N/A Life-Lines of Simon Dee 10
Jeremy Pascall Paul Jones Is Unhappy with Success 11
N/A New to the Charts: Marvin & Kim Found a Hit Takes Two 11
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich For a Few Nightmarish Hours… NME Take-Over 12
Alan Smith How to Cut Hits Without Really Trying: Tom Jones Seems to Have Found the Answer 14
N/A Can He Live Up to ‘Grass’? [Ton Jones’s new single] 14
Tony Bromley (ed) From Us to You: ‘Brilliant Stones’ 14
  Rachel Brocato, Spring 2008  

grtedit 16-Apr-2008