New Musical Express | June 1967

No. 1063 3 June 1967  
Cover Remember: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Is the Beatles- New Parlophone LP on Sale Now
Hollies- Great LP
Monkee Peter When He Was Very Poor
New Singles by Small Faces, Cliff Richard
Supremes- Break-up?
Alan Smith Hit-maker Mickie Gets Most from the Stars 2
Tony Bromley (editor) From You to Us  
Advertisement The Young Idea, "With a Little Help from My Friends" (Columbia)  
Alan Smith A Very Poor Peter Tork 3
Advertisements Cliff Richard, "I'll Come Runnin' Babe" (Columbia)
You Can't Miss Three Lennon & McCartney Compositions by The Young Idea, David & Jonathan and Bernard Cribbins on Columbia and Parlophone
NME Top Ten of the Top Group The Tremolos
Dave Munden: The Young Rascals, "Groovin"; The Hollies, "Carrie Anne";
Alan Blakely: Sam and Dave, "You Don't Know Like I Like to Know"; The Beatles, "Rain";
Chip Hawkes: Elvis Presley, "Old Shep"; The Beatles, "We Can Work It Out";
Rick West: The Four Seasons, "Silence Is Golden"; Django Rheinhardt, "After You've Gone"
Group Choice: The Righteous Brothers, "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling"; Procol Harum, "A Whiter Shade of Pale
Derek Johnson Top Singles Reviewed
Cream, "Strange Brew" / "Tales of Brave Ulysses" (Reaction)
The Small Faces, "Here Come the Nice" / "Talk to You" (Immediate)
Gerry Marsden, "Please Let Them Be" / "I'm Not Blue" (CBS)
Eddie Cochran, "Three Steps to Heaven" / "Eddie's Blues" (Liberty)
Freddie and the Dreamers, "Brown and Porters (Meat Exporters) Lorry" / "Little Brown Eyes" (Columbia)
Normie Rowe, "But I Know" / "Sunshine Secret" (Polydor)
John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, "Double Trouble" / "It Hurts Me Too" (Decca)
Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell, "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" / "Give a Little Love" (Tamia-Mowtown)
Joe Brown, "With a Little Help from My Friends" / "Show Me Around" (Pye)
David & Jonathan, "She's Leaving Home" / "One Born Every Minute" (Columbia)
Bernard Cribbins, "When I'm Sixty-Four" / "Oh My Word" (Parlophone)
Frankie Valli, "Can't take My Eyes Off You" / "The Trouble with Me" (Phillips)
NME Top Thirty
1. Tremeloes, "Silence Is Golden" (CBS)
2. The Kinks, "Waterloo Sunset" (Pye)
3. Procol Harum, "A Whiter Shade of Pale" (Deram)
4. Mamas & Papas, "Dedicated to the One I Love" (RCA)
5. Beach Boys, "Then I Kissed Her" (Capitol)

NME Britain's Top 15 Lps
1. The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Parlophone)
2. Soundtrack, Sound of Music (RCA)
3. Jimi Hendrix, Are You Experienced (Track)
4. Monkees, More of the Monkess (RCA)
5. Dubliners, A Drop of the Hard Stuff (Major Minor)
6. Lulu, Lulu! (Ace of Clubs)
Advertisement Top Ten 5 Years Ago
Top Ten 10 Years Ago
NME Parker Not Managing Jones
Judy Not to Quit Seekers
Beatles Plan New Single
Monkees Arrival: Paris, U.S. Reports
Fury, Hump- Pop Radio
Cat Stevens TV Documentary
Cilla TV Guest Spots
Procol- Billy Cotton TV British and Irish Tours
Who's Drummer Ill, Paris Trip Off
Dave Dee Dates
Ray Davis to Direct New-Concept TV Film
Troggs Tour Abroad, New EP Dates
Kinks Home and Away
Who's Where
Advertisement New from Decca this Week
Billie Davis, "Wasn't It You"
John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, "Double Trouble"
Stu Phillips, "Angel of Love"
The Turtles, "She'd Rather Be with Me"
Roger Williams, "Love Me Forever"
Nigel Hopkins, "Chelsea Bun"
The Les Reed Orchestra, "Imogene"
O.V. Wright, "Eight Men, Four Women"
Advertisement Beatles Monthly Book, A Sgt. Pepper Special
Georgie Fame, "Four Great Songs One EP" (CBS)
Alan Smith “Marriage before Twenty Should Be Illegal,” Says P. P. Arnold Who Wed at 16  
Alan Evans Track-by-Track of Hollies' Evolution  
NME Charles Lloyd Says His Sound Is Brand New  
Andy Gray Let's Hope There Is a Denial about... Supremes Break-Up 9
Norrie Drummond Solo-Thinking from Gerry  
Tracy Thomas Hollywood Calling  
Advertisement Cilla, "What Good Am I?" (Parlophone)
NME Summer Extra Special Out Now
Advertisement Royal Navy
Make Your Car Swing Round the Clock, Stereo Tape Units from Go Electric Ltd.
NME NME Popword  
The Alley Cat Tail-Pieces  
Advertisement Gerry Marsden Goes Solo on CBS 12
  Adam Kelly, Spring 2008  
No. 1065 10 June 1967  
Drummond, Norrie Bruce—The Lone Beach Boy 2
NA Top Ten Reveals Taste
“Secret Love,” Doris Day
“Mood Indigo,” Duke Ellington
“Searchin’,” The Coasters
“Only the Lonely,” LP Frank Sinatra
“The Lord’s Prayer,” The Beach Boys
“Boogie Woogie,” Dizzie Gillespie
“Girl from Ipanema,” Stan Getz and Astrud Gillberto
“Moonlight Serenade,” Glen Miller
“Sunny Afternoon,” The Kinks
“Michelle,” The Beatles
Bell, Jimmy It’s No. 1 Decca’s Fastest Selling Single Ever! But…: Procol Just Want to Eat and Sleep! 3
Johnson, Derek Singles
Cilla Black: “What Good Am I” / “Over My Head” [Parlophone]
Music Explosion: “Little Bit o’ Soul”/ I See the Light” [Stateside]
Otis Redding: On-stage “Shake” / “634-5789” [Stax]
Four Tops: “7 Rooms of Gloom” / “I’ll Turn to Stone” [Tamla-Motown]
Aretha Franklin: “Respect” / “Save Me” [Atlantic]
Harpers Bizarre: “Come to the Sunshine” / “The Debutante’s Ball” [Warner Bros.]
New Faces: “Lace Covered Window” / “The Life that I Lead” [Pye]
Gary Lewis and The Playboys: “Girls in Love” / “Let’s be More Than Friends” [Liberty]
Association: “Windy” / “Sometime” [London]
Lionel Morton: “What to Do with Laurie” / “I’ll Just Wait Around” [Philips]
Nancy: “You Only Live Twice” / “Jackson” [Reprise]
Sorrows: “Pink Purple Yellow and Red” / “My Gal” [Piccadilly]
Elvis Presley: “Loving You” / “I’ll Go Along with It” [Parlophone]
Paul Revere and the Raiders: “Him or Me—What’s It Gonna Be?” / “Legend of Paul Revere” [CBS]
Johnson, Derek Potted Pops
Donald Peers: “Somewhere My Love” [Columbia]
Nita Rossi: “Misty Blue” [Piccadilly]
Glories: “I Stand Accused” [CBS]
Sherwoods: “Here’s to You Sir Francis” [Major Minor]
Jonathan Ward: “Fools Parade” [Eyemark]
John Scott Orch and Chorus: “Stranger in the House” [HMV]
Ruby Murray: “I Can’t Get You Out of My Heart” [Fontana]
Luke & Blake: “Big Day” [CBS]
Jason Dean: “Down in the Street” [King]
Pennsylvania Sixpence: “Love of the Common People” [Pye]
Gallagher-Lyle: “Trecs” [Polydor]
Vernon Garrett: “Shine It On” [Stateside]
Charles Kennedy: “A Scrap of Paper” [Columbia]
Picadilly Line: “At the Third Stroke” [CBS]
Mojo Men: “Me about You” [Reprise]
Evans, Allen LPs
Vince Hill, Edelweiss [Columbia]
Frank Sinatra, The Early Years [CBS]
Peaches and Herb, Let’s Fall in Love [CBS]
Jose Feliciano, Bag Full of Soul [ROA Victor]
NME Top Thirty
1.  “A Whiter Shade of Pale,” Procol Harum (Deram)
2.  “Silence is Golden,” Tremeloes (CBS)
3.  “There Goes My Everything,” Engelbert-Humperdinck (Decca)
4.  “Waterloo Sunset,” Kinks (Pye)
5.  “Dedicated to the One I Love,” Mamas & Papas (RCA)
NME Britain’s Top 15 LPs
1.  Sgt. Peppers lonely Hearts’ Club Band, The Beatles (Parlophone)
2.  Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
3.  Are You Experienced, Jimi Hendrix (Track)
4.  More of The Monkees (RCA)
5.  A Drop of the Hard Stuff, Dubliners (Major Minor)
n/a Monkees: Davy Exempt, New Disc
Supremes: Florence Stays
Paul Jones, Lulu, Buddy Rich BBC-2; Procol, P.P., Price, Dee, Lulu Radio
Seekers, Procol, Faces, Sinatra Jnr. TV
‘Blow-up’ Director for Beatles? –and Big Cartoon with New Songs
Bassey West End Date Monro Steps Aside
Walker John, Paris Return
n/a New Records from—Pink, Beck, Ryans, Proby, Elvis, Sandie sequel, Price, Turtles
Faces in Legal Row with Decca
Galaxy of Pop Stars for Summer Sunday Concerts
Hollie Hicks Operation—Live TV is Scrapped
Procol on the Way to a Million; Tour Plans
Hump Colour TV; Life Threatened—Off to America
Drummond, Norrie Bad Shows Bring Jimi Down… but He Needn’t Have Worried about Sunday’s 8
Harris, June New York: It’s Beatlemania Again! 8
Thomas, Tracy Hollywood: Mama, Papa Latest 8
Walker, John Solo Success Made Me Cry for Joy 9
Bromley, Tony From You to US 9
Drummond, Norrie NMExclusive: Don’t Call Me Engelbert 10
Altham, Keith New to the Charts: Winwood’s Traffic Won’t be Diverted 10
The Alley Cat Tailpieces 12
Dodd, Ken London Palladium 12
Torme, Mel Talk of the Town 12
  Morgan Levey, Spring 2008  
No. 1065 17 June 1967  
Cover Monkee Visit and Film Plans
Procol Harum Life-lines
Why Cilla is so ashamed
Young Rascals talk about their life together
Hollies: Four-year gad is a problem
Allen Evans LPs
Buddy Holly’s Greatest Hits (Ace of Hearts)
Shani Wallace. I’m a Girl (London)
Bobby Bare. Streets of Baltimore (RCA)
P.J. Proby. Enigma (Liberty)
NA Life lines of Chart-Topping Procol Harum 2
Keith Altham The Young Hollie (21) and the Old Hollie (25) 3
Derek Johnson Singles Review
Monkees, “Alternate Title” / “Forget that Girl” (RCA)
Sandpipers, “Glass” / “It’s Over” (A & M)
Jackie Trent, “Your Love is Everywhere” / “It’s Not Easy Loving You” (Pye)
Del Shannon, “ Mind Over Matter” / “Led Along” (Liberty)
The Cyrkle, “We Had a Good Thing Going” / “Two Rooms” (CBS)
Judith Durham, “The Olive Tree” / “The Non-Performing Lion Quickstep” (Columbia)
Pink Floyd, “See Emily Play” / “Scarecrow” (Columbia)
Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen, “When I’m 64” / “Goodnight Irene” (Pye)
Ray Charles, “Here We Go Again” / “Somebody Ought to Write a Book about It” (HMV)
P.J. Proby, “You Can’t Come Home Again” / “Work with Me Anne” (Liberty)
NME Top Thirty
1.  “A Whiter Shade of Pale,” Procol Harum (Deram)
2.  “There Goes My Hero,” Engelbert Humperdinck (Decca)
3.  “Silence Is Golden,” Tremeloes (CBS)
4.  “Waterloo Sunset,” The Kinks (Pye)
5.  “The Happening,” Supremes (Tamla-Motown)
NME Britain’s Top 15 LPs
1.  Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. The Beatles (Parlophone)
2.  Sound of Music. Soundtrack (RCA)
3.  Are You Experienced. Jimi Hendrix (Track)
4.  More of the Monkees. The Monkees (RCA)
5.  Fiddler on the Roof. Topol and London Cast (CBS)
NA Monkees Two Month Stay in Britain
Immediate sends ‘pop ambassadors’ abroad
Dave Dee Men Pen Karlin Debut
Move—Mothers Swop
‘British Monkees’ Plan
Cliff Richard, Paul Jones TV Clash
New Discs on the way from Lulu, Orbison, Fame, Sinatra, Posey
NA Beatles Wax New Songs for Cartoon Movie
Troggs Concerts in Spanish Bullrings
Trems British, U.S. tours with Young Rascals?
Hollies, Hill, Hump, Dave Dee TV Spots
Who’s Entwistle Wedding Date, LP On Again
Kinks, Faces, Fame Fest
Del Shannon return
Host of stars wax Bee Gees titles, LP, single
Vaudeville Film
Andy Gray Why Cilla Is ashamed! 8
NA America Calling 8
Reg Presley Question-time with Trogg 9
NA From you to us 9
Young Rascals Group Life by the Young Rascals 10
Keith Altham No beards for Dave Dee & Co.! 10
NA New to the charts 10
Alley Cat Tailpieces 12
Kertin McClure Summer Seasons Get Going ‘Dad’ Ifield in top form 12
Peter Bagshaw Val Packs ‘Em In 12
Gordon Irving Eve’s Strong Return 12
Andy Gray Blackpool Flashes 12
  David Phelps, Spring 2008  
No. 1067 24 June 1967  
cover Monkees Concert at Hollywood Bowl: (Wembley Rehearsal?) Pics and Fill Review 1
Norrie Drummond Vince Hill Gambles on Follow Up 2
N.A. Little Freddie Steps in for Bingo [Freddie and the Dreamers ] 2
N.A. Monkee- Beatle Battle 2
N.A Elvis Slated Again 2
N.A. Herman Marathon [Herman and the Hermits] 2
N.A, Welcome Monkees! And Here is a Preview of What You May See at Wembley 3
John Wells Singles Reviewed (Derek Johnson Is on Holiday)
Lulu, “Let’s Pretend” / “To Sir with Love” (Decca)
Chris Farlowe, “Moanin’” / “What Have I Been Doing” (Immediate)
Lesley Gore, “Summer and Sandy” / “I’m Falling Down (Mercury)
Nola York, “Photographs” / “He’s Looking at Her” (Phillips)
The Dubliners, “All for Me Grog” / “I know My Love” (Major Minor)
Stevie Wonder, “Was Made to Love Her” / “Hold Me” (Tamia-Motown)
Keith, “Daylight Saving Time” / “Happy Walking Around” (Mercury)
Unit 4 Plus 2, “Butterfly” / “A Place to Go” (Fontana)
Easybeats, “Heaven and Hell” / “Pretty Girl” (United Artists)
John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, “I’m Your Witchdoctor” / “Telephone Blues” (Immediate)
Toys, “My Love Sonata” / “I Close My Eyes” (Phillips)
Sandy Posey, “I Take it Back” / “The Boy I Love” (MGM)
Whistling Jack Smith, “I Take it Back” / “The Boy I Love” (MGM)
Paul and Barry Ryan, “Claire” / “I’ll Make it Worth Your While” (Decca)
The Syn, “Created by Clive” / “Grounded” (Decca)
N.A. POTTED POPS [The Action, Australian Playboys, Samantha Jones, Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart, Serendipity Singers, Salena Jones, Swinging Blue Jeans, The Shirelles, and Sergio Franchi] 4
NME Top Thirty
1.  “A Winter Shade of Pale,” Procol Harum (Deram)
2.  “There Goes My Everything,” Engelbert Humperdinck (Decca)
3.  “Carrie Anne,” Hollies (Parlophone)
4.  “Silence Is Golden,” Tremeloes (CBS)
5.  “Waterloo Sunset,” Kinks (Pye)
NME Britain’s Top 15 LPs
1.  Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Beatles (Parlophone)
2.  Sound of Music, Soundtrack (RCA)
3.  Are You Experienced, Jimi Hendrix (Track)
4.  More of the Monkees, Monkees (RCA)
5.  Fiddler on the Roof, Topol and London Cast (CBS)
N.A. Traffic Tour Shows in Stereo; Aretha? [The Traffic play first British dates]
Kinks Ray, Dave Plan Solo Discs [Ray Davies and Dave Davies plan solo singles]
Gees, Lulu, Trems, Hendrix Radio [The Bee Gees, Lulu, the Attack, and Jose Feliciano]
Procol Film Score All Ill, Dates Off [Procol Harum members ill]
Seekers with Big Orchestra
Bachelors Try Dubliners Kick 
Elvis Gets New Live Show Offer
Pop Invasion of Israel [Tom Springfield, Frankie Vaughan, Paul and Barry Ryan, and the Searchers entertain Israeli troops]
Hank Locklin Due
Dave Dee Turns A-and-R Man [Dave Dee forms record company]
Paul Jones Spec, New Williams TV [Paul Jones stars in show on BBC-2]
Brenda Lee U.K Autumn Visit
Cathy McGowan Movie Plans TV, Radio Series?
Hermits 40 Days [Herman’s Hermits tour 40 days in the U.S. and Canada)
N.A. Monkee Flight Mystery; More Show Seats
Monkees ‘Title’ Spot, Fan Club Jamborees
More Names for Blackpool Nights [Val Doonican added to Blackpool Opera House concert]
Walker John’s Solo Radio, TV Blitz
Donovan Song for Herman, Another Bachelors Oldie [Herman’s Hermits next single]
Deutsche Vince
Small Faces Venue
Aretha, Richard Trips [Aretha Franklin visits Britain]
Royalties- A New Move [new campaign of America’s National Committee for Recording Arts]
Yards to U.S. [The Yardbirds tour]
Pop for Export [“Pop ambassadors to Europe” tour]
Borge Tour [Victor Borge, pianist comedian]
Cliff’s Mother [Dora Bryan co-stars with Cliff Richards in film]
Pop at the Palace [Manfred Mann, Dave Dee, and others appear at Blenheim Palace]
Troggs, Kinks, Jack Date [The Troggs, the Kinks, Whistling Jack Smith]
Peter, Gordon Abroad 
Warhol Visit [Andy Warhol visits Britain with group, the Velvet Underground]
Donovan Poetry [Donovan appears on BBC-1 poetry-with-music show]
Vince, P and G, Eric Burdon Movie Songs [Vince Hill, Peter and Gordon]
Felix Concerts, Film [Julie Felix]
Secombe Concerts [Harry Secombe]
Hip Group for Cat [Cat Stevens forms eight piece group]
Andy Gray Andy Gray Goes East to Czechoslovakia and… Pop Could Lift Iron Curtain 8
Keith Altham Planes West to Cover America’s Monterey Pop Festival and Cable this Day-by-day Report – New York Rave with Jimi, Eric (Jimi Hendrix, Eric Burdon) 9
Allen Evans LPs
Tom Jones Live (Decca)
Donovan: Sunshine Superman (Pye)
Sammy Davis Sings Laurindo Almeida Plays (Reprise)
Jack Jones Sings (London)
David Bowie (Deram)
Sandy Posey: Single Girl (MGM)
  Carolyn Raider, Spring 2008  

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