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  • A picture from Top of the Pops with Jimmy Saville, showing the charts behind him.



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    • Yeah that's the Top twenty Board I remember so well. How I scrutinised that every week .

      Jimmy Savile (makes my skin crawl just typing it) 'played' the records himself. Alan, David and Pete had Denise and later Samantha Juste (who later married Micky Dolenz) 'play' the records for them.
      The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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      • Greetings Pop Pickers !

        Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 16th 1963

        The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 16th 1963 NME MM DISC RR Total
        Last This The Sound Survey Stores 100 150 50 30 Points
        Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
        1 1 You'll Never Walk Alone - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1 1 1 1 1 9900
        2 2 She Loves You - The Beatles 2= 2 2 3 3 9490
        3 3 Sugar And Spice - The Searchers 2= 3 3 2 2 9320
        6 4 Be My Baby - The Ronettes 4 4 4 4 5 8880
        16 5 Don't Talk To Him - Cliff Richard 5 5 5 5 7 8520
        7 6 I (Who Have Nothing) - Shirley Bassey 6 7 6 7 9 8010
        5 7 Blue Bayou / Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 7 9 7 9 4 7710
        8 8 Memphis Tennessee / Let It Rock - Chuck Berry 8 10 8 10 6 7350
        4 9 Do You Love Me - Brian Poole and The Tremeloes 9 11 9 6 8 7240
        22 10 I'll Keep You Satisfied - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 10 8 10 11 11 7050
        20 11 Secret Love - Kathy Kirby 11 6 15 8 12 6620
        9 12 Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals 12 15 12 12 10 6030
        10 13 The First Time - Adam Faith 13 17 11 14 14 5760
        13 14 Fools Rush In - Rick Nelson 14 14 16 13 15 5330
        17 15 Blowing In The Wind - Peter Paul and Mary 17 16 13 18 17 5270
        11 16 If I Had A Hammer - Trini Lopez 15 17 14 16 13 5240
        23 17 Maria Elena - Los Indios Tabajaras 16 12 20 15 16 4800
        30 18 You Were Made For Me - Freddie and The Dreamers 18 13 19 17 22 4570
        14 19 Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost 19 22 18 19 20 3780
        12 20 Bossa Nova Baby - Elvis Presley 20 25 17 20 18 3640
        15 21 Miss You - Jimmy Young 21 28 21 24 19 2510
        19 22 Sue's Gotta Be Mine - Del Shannon 22= 30 22 22 21 2200
        NEW 23 Busted - Ray Charles 22= 20 28 23 24 2160
        18 24 Everybody - Tommy Roe 24 28 23 27 23 1940
        NEW 25 The Beatles No 1 (EP) - The Beatles 27 27 27 21 1680
        NEW 26 It's Almost Tomorrow - Mark Wynter 26 19 26 1450
        NEW 27 I Wanna Be Your Man - The Rolling Stones 28 21 28 1150
        NEW 28 From Russia With Love - Matt Monro 23 25 1100
        27 29 The Beatles Hits (EP) - The Beatles 25 24 1050
        21 30 Shindig - The Shadows 30 26 30 27 920
        B Twist And Shout (EP) - The Beatles 25 900
        24 Memphis Tennessee - Dave Berry 29 26 30 25 830
        Your Momma's Out Of Town - Carter Lewis 24 700
        28 Still - Karl Denver 29 300
        25 Searchin' - The Hollies 26 150
        X The Girl Sang The Blues - The Everly Brothers 29 30 130
        X Sweet Impossible You - Brenda Lee 28 90
        26 Hello Muddah Hello Fadduh - Allan Sherman 29 60
        29 Ain't Gonna Kiss Ya (EP) - The Searchers
        * On all BBC transcript sheets #27 is missing. This would have been The Beatles No 1 (EP)
        The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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        • The Beatles are poised and will return to the top next week. They also have 2 ep's on the chart and a third waiting in the wings ready to re-enter next week. A remarkable feat by any standard.

          Cliff takes a big jump but will have to be content with #2. Billy J. won't make the top three this time around.

          The remarkable thing back in this era amidst an onslaught of young pop culture was how music still catered for all tastes reflected in the charts. Beatlemania is now in full flow yet the likes of Matt Monroe, Jimmy Young, Los Indios Tabajaras currently flourish too in the present climate. This will continue as the older record buying public too continue to have their say albeit diminishing decade by decade.

          The singles market today, although it is not really a singles market anymore it's actually a 'songs' market, no longer reflects this musical diversity.

          When last did you hear someone whistle a popular song from the chart which was common back in the sixties too, but then I'm a child of the sixties.
          The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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          • I advocate for having several extra pop charts based on the artist's age. Say 29 and under, 30 to 39, 40 to 49, 50 to 59, 60 and above. That way they all get more publicity, their fans are more aware of their records, more sales for record companies, win win for everyone.

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            • Not all artists would like to reveal their age.

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              • Not to mention some are not entirely honest about their age if they do reveal it!
                http://thechartbook.co.uk - for the latest are best chart book - By Decade!
                Now including NME, Record Mirror and Melody Maker from the UK and some Billboard charts

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                • In the info age of today, no one would be able to keep their age a secret. Documents everywhere, plus friends of artists growing up would blab to the media. But who would turn down the publicity, the chance at a sub-chart #1 record, and all the extra or $ that go with it? This would work very well, for artists, fans, record companies, and media. More money for everyone...

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                  • Originally posted by RokinRobinOfLocksley View Post
                    In the info age of today, no one would be able to keep their age a secret. Documents everywhere, plus friends of artists growing up would blab to the media. But who would turn down the publicity, the chance at a sub-chart #1 record, and all the extra or $ that go with it? This would work very well, for artists, fans, record companies, and media. More money for everyone...
                    You would think that, but I think the reverse is becoming true. There's a new rule now on YouTube that you have to ask a person to use their face, even if you are not filming them directly. And Google are removing documents that have personal information. While at the same time there's an app that changes a still photo of a person to a moving face and can make them sing or say something.
                    Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!

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                    • Greetings Pop Pickers !

                      Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 23rd 1963

                      The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 23rd 1963 NME MM DISC RR Total
                      Last This The Sound Survey Stores 100 150 50 30 Points
                      Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
                      2 1 She Loves You - The Beatles 1= 1 1 2 2 9820
                      1 2 You'll Never Walk Alone - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1= 2 2 1 1 9650
                      5 3 Don't Talk To Him - Cliff Richard 3 3 3 4 5 9130
                      3 4 Sugar And Spice - The Searchers 4 5 5 3 3 8740
                      10 5 I'll Keep You Satisfied - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 5 4 4 6 9 8660
                      4 6 Be My Baby - The Ronettes 6 8 6 5 4 8160
                      18 7 You Were Made For Me - Freddie and The Dreamers 8 7 7 8 11 7750
                      11 8 Secret Love - Kathy Kirby 7 6 9 7 6 7750
                      6 9 I (Who Have Nothing) - Shirley Bassey 9 10 8 10 8 7290
                      7 10 Blue Bayou / Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 10 10 10 11 7 6970
                      8 11 Memphis Tennessee / Let It Rock - Chuck Berry 11 12 11 9 10 6630
                      17 12 Maria Elena - Los Indios Tabajaras 12 9 12 13 13 6490
                      15 13 Blowing In The Wind - Peter Paul and Mary 14 14 13 16 17 5570
                      9 14 Do You Love Me - Brian Poole and The Tremeloes 13 17 14 12 12 5470
                      26 15 It's Almost Tomorrow - Mark Wynter 16 13 16 15 22 5120
                      14 16 Fools Rush In - Rick Nelson 15 15 17 14 16 5000
                      12 17 Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals 17 16 20 17 14 4360
                      16 18 If I Had A Hammer - Trini Lopez 18 19 21 19 15 3780
                      RE 19 Twist And Shout (EP) - The Beatles 21 29 15 21 3382
                      13 20 The First Time - Adam Faith 19 27 19 20 19 3110
                      25 21 The Beatles No 1 (EP) - The Beatles 20 24 22 18 2991
                      29 22 The Beatles Hits (EP) - The Beatles 24 30 18 23 2672
                      21 23 Miss You - Jimmy Young 22 25 24 24 18 2390
                      23 24 Busted - Ray Charles 23 26 25 22 21 2150
                      NEW 25 Deep Purple - Nino Tempo and April Stevens 26 20 26 29 1910
                      20 26 Bossa Nova Baby - Elvis Presley 25 23 20 1530
                      NEW 27 I Only Want To Be With You - Dusty Springfield 29 17 1400
                      NEW 28 Money - Bern Elliot and The Fenmen 27= 20 27 1300
                      RE 29 Your Momma's Out Of Town - Carter Lewis 20 1100
                      19 30 Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost 30 27 29 23 940
                      22 Sue's Gonna Be Mine - Del Shannon 27= 28 26 24 910
                      27 I Wanna Be Your Man - The Rolling Stones 23 800
                      B Glad All Over - The Dave Clark Five 27 25 700
                      28 From Russia With Love - Matt Monro 29 27 420
                      24 Everybody - Tommy Roe 30 26 300
                      Still - Karl Denver 25 180
                      B Country Boy - Heinz 28 150
                      Memphis Tennessee - Dave Berry 28 90
                      B Hungry For Love - Johnny Kidd and The Pirates 30 50
                      30 Shindig - The Shadows 30 30
                      The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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                      • The UK's finest female performer of the sixties, Dusty Springfield, debuts as a solo artist this week with one of her all time best records.
                        It was the second single I bought after Christmas 1963 after The Beatles' I Want To Hold Your Hand.
                        The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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                        • The above chart covers 22 November 1963, which is the day when President John F Kennedy was assassinated. One day later, on Saturday 23 November, the first ever episode of Doctor Who was broadcast. Two defining moments for very different reasons.

                          I once read that The Beatles arrival in the US in February 1964 came at a moment when the nation's youth were looking for something or someone to help bring them out of mourning following JFK's death. It would help explain why Beatlemania was so quick to catch on in the US after their appearance on the Ed Sullivan show despite the fact that up to that point The Beatles had struggled to make any impression in the US.

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                          • Beatles EP positions in NME are somewhat behind those in MM.
                            Anyone got an explanation?

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                            • Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                              The above chart covers 22 November 1963, which is the day when President John F Kennedy was assassinated. One day later, on Saturday 23 November, the first ever episode of Doctor Who was broadcast. Two defining moments for very different reasons.

                              I once read that The Beatles arrival in the US in February 1964 came at a moment when the nation's youth were looking for something or someone to help bring them out of mourning following JFK's death. It would help explain why Beatlemania was so quick to catch on in the US after their appearance on the Ed Sullivan show despite the fact that up to that point The Beatles had struggled to make any impression in the US.
                              Actually Robbie the main reason was the Beatles themselves, who refused to go to the USA before they had a number one hit there. Plus Capitol records saying to EMI we are not going to issue that record as it's too sexual. Though owned by EMI in the UK, Capitol was set up to cater for the American market only, they had a great deal of independence from the UK owner. The Beatles themselves were simply exporting the black music of the USA back to them. The black music of the USA was however seen as sexual by the white majority of America and so was sidelined.
                              Everyone knew how tough it was to make it big in the USA for any English act, but back then you had to tour all over the USA to get yourself noticed there. Every English act that tried it before failed. So that's why they wouldn't follow the traditional route of touring the states.
                              Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!

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                              • Originally posted by MrTibbs
                                The BBC transcript does not list a #26, after #25, it lists numbers 27=, 27=, 28, 29, and 30. Between this and missing numbers a couple of times recently either the transcript wasn't checked after typing or the original BBC chart wasn't checked after compilation.
                                Brian, I looked at all 4 of my different BBC files that go up to 30 positions (I have another that only goes up to 20), they all show no #26, and all show two at #27. It could be that this is what the BBC calculated and wrote up on their internal chart (positions 21-30 were not broadcast until Aug 1967, thus there will be no audio evidence of what happened here). However, and this is important, none of the 4 files shows a tie at #27 as designated by the = sign. (I don't know where this = sign came from, the BBC or Dave/Trevor.) This leads me to believe it wasn't the = sign that was left off for the #27 positions, rather one of the #27's should have been #26. And if you add up the point totals of each #27 record, they are not equal. Most logical conclusion: 'Money' should be #26, and Dave/Trevor just made a simple typo when they typed up their document. I think...

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                                • Originally posted by RokinRobinOfLocksley View Post

                                  Brian, I looked at all 4 of my different BBC files that go up to 30 positions (I have another that only goes up to 20), they all show no #26, and all show two at #27. It could be that this is what the BBC calculated and wrote up on their internal chart (positions 21-30 were not broadcast until Aug 1967, thus there will be no audio evidence of what happened here). However, and this is important, none of the 4 files shows a tie at #27 as designated by the = sign. (I don't know where this = sign came from, the BBC or Dave/Trevor.) This leads me to believe it wasn't the = sign that was left off for the #27 positions, rather one of the #27's should have been #26. And if you add up the point totals of each #27 record, they are not equal. Most logical conclusion: 'Money' should be #26, and Dave/Trevor just made a simple typo when they typed up their document. I think...
                                  That makes sense to me too Robin and I came to the same conclusion but didn't amend the BBC chart. I will now as there is consensus on this as the likely outcome.
                                  The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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                                  • Originally posted by RokinRobinOfLocksley View Post

                                    Brian, I looked at all 4 of my different BBC files that go up to 30 positions (I have another that only goes up to 20), they all show no #26, and all show two at #27. It could be that this is what the BBC calculated and wrote up on their internal chart (positions 21-30 were not broadcast until Aug 1967, thus there will be no audio evidence of what happened here). However, and this is important, none of the 4 files shows a tie at #27 as designated by the = sign. (I don't know where this = sign came from, the BBC or Dave/Trevor.) This leads me to believe it wasn't the = sign that was left off for the #27 positions, rather one of the #27's should have been #26. And if you add up the point totals of each #27 record, they are not equal. Most logical conclusion: 'Money' should be #26, and Dave/Trevor just made a simple typo when they typed up their document. I think...
                                    I came to the same conclusion Robin by totalling points. Most likely it was a typo error by Dave and Trevor on the BBC transcript. As there is consensus on this I will amend the chart and re-post below to reflect the change.
                                    The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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                                    • Greetings Pop Pickers !

                                      Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 30th 1963

                                      I have amended the obvious typo error on the BBC chart as mentioned above.

                                      The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 30th 1963 NME MM DISC RR Total
                                      Last This The Sound Survey Stores 100 150 50 30 Points
                                      Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
                                      1 1 She Loves You - The Beatles 1 1 1 1 1 9900
                                      3 2 Don't Talk To Him - Cliff Richard 2 2 2 3 3 9490
                                      2 3 You'll Never Walk Alone - Gerry and The Pacemakers 3 4 3 2 2 9220
                                      7 4 You Were Made For Me - Freddie and The Dreamers 4= 3 5 5 7 8720
                                      5 5 I'll Keep You Satisfied - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 4= 6 4 6 4 8610
                                      8 6 Secret Love - Kathy Kirby 4= 5 6 4 5 8480
                                      4 7 Sugar And Spice - The Searchers 7 7 7 7 6 7950
                                      6 8 Be My Baby - The Ronettes 8 7 8 8 8 7690
                                      12 9 Maria Elena - Los Indios Tabajaras 9 9 9 10 10 7180
                                      10 10 Blue Bayou / Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 10 13 11 9 9 6560
                                      9 11 I (Who Have Nothing) - Shirley Bassey 11 12 10 13 11 6550
                                      15 12 It's Almost Tomorrow - Mark Wynter 12 14 12 12 14 6010
                                      11 13 Memphis Tennessee / Let It Rock - Chuck Berry 13 18 13 11 12 5570
                                      19 14 Twist And Shout (EP) - The Beatles 15 16 14 17 5213
                                      27 15 I Only Want To Be With You - Dusty Springfield 18 10 18 16 25 4980
                                      NEW 16 Glad All Over - The Dave Clark Five 16 11 19 15 19 4960
                                      13 17 Blowing In The Wind - Peter Paul and Mary 17 19 17 18 13 4490
                                      14 18 Do You Love Me - Brian Poole and The Tremeloes 19 22 20 19 16 3600
                                      16 19 Fools Rush In - Rick Nelson 20 30 16 23 18 3140
                                      22 20 The Beatles Hits (EP) - The Beatles 21 15 20 2950
                                      21 21 The Beatles No 1 (EP) - The Beatles 22 26 21 21 2752
                                      18 22 If I Had A Hammer - Trini Lopez 23 22 24 15 2180
                                      28 23 Money - Bern Elliot and The Fenmen 26 17 29 22 2150
                                      RE 24 From Russia With Love - Matt Monro 24 27 23 20 1930
                                      25 25 Deep Purple - Nini Tempo and April Stevens 27 27 24 21 1750
                                      17 26 Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals 25 25 28 26 17 1720
                                      NEW 27 Country Boy - Heinz 29 20 28 1250
                                      23 28 Miss You - Jimmy Young 28 25 22 1170
                                      NEW 29 Hungry For Love - Johnny Kidd and The Pirates 30 23 25 1100
                                      24 30 Busted - Ray Charles 30 26 24 1060
                                      With The Beatles (LP) - The Beatles 14 15 14 2450
                                      X I Can Dance - Brian Poole and The Tremeloes 21 1000
                                      20 The First Time - Adam Faith 27 23 840
                                      B Dominique - The Singing Nun 23 800
                                      B Stay - The Hollies 27 29 260
                                      B I Wanna Be Your Man - The Rolling Stones 30 30 30 230
                                      29 Your Momma's Out Of Town - Carter Lewis 29 200
                                      Still - Karl Denver 26 150
                                      Everybody - Tommy Roe 27 120
                                      B All I Want For Christmas Is A Beatle - Dora Bryan 29 100
                                      26 Bossa Nova Baby - Elvis Presley 28 90
                                      30 Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost
                                      The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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                                      • Just 4 more charts to go to complete 1963 thus giving us a run of Ultimate Averaged Charts from January 1960 through to 8th February 1969 as an alternative to the BBC charts, same formula but with store returns factored in providing an extra layer of averaging.

                                        As you will have seen throughout these charts they are not vastly different to the overall BBC calculations but added store returns makes it much more robust and the process has also ironed out BBC errors and omissions along the way.
                                        I'm also sure that listing all the music paper charts side by side has provided further interest for comparison as I don't believe this information can be seen elsewhere. Listing these, the methodology of compilation, and points accumulated for all to see, compare, and review, has provided a chart that is transparent, open, and honest.

                                        So, in four days, as discussed before, The Ultimate Averaged Chart adopts a new project for 'fun'.

                                        How would 15th February 1969 to March 1971 look if the charts continued to be averaged out. How would they look as opposed to the BMRB list, or the continued NME or MM lists who continued to compile charts using their own high levels of sampling until at least March 1971. I have already completed 1969. I adjusted the individual numbers of store sampling from that we previously discussed as it heavily advantaged the MM resulting in the averaged chart being MM dominated. I experimented around this and finally settled on the numbers I used prior to Feb 15th for the previous charts. This worked well as it was still proportionate to what we discussed and continued to favour the two charts closer in agreement rather than the outlier giving a better result.

                                        These averaged charts make for an interesting read and again I have listed all the music paper charts side by side for your interest and comparison.

                                        So I hope in four days time you will enjoy these 'fun' Ultimate Averaged Charts. Your take on these will be interesting and I look forward to these being scrutinised, compared and debated. I have certainly had 'fun' compiling them.

                                        Brian
                                        The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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                                        • Originally posted by MrTibbs View Post
                                          BBC errors and omissions along the way.
                                          More BBC errors in that most recent chart which, if my calculations are correct, should read ...

                                          24 Crystals (96 points)
                                          25 Bern Elliot (99 points)
                                          26 Matt Monroe (101 points)

                                          Could be explained by them adding up Matt Monroe's points incorrectly and elevating him two places to 24. Although by coincidence he is also 24 in the Ultimate!

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                                          • Originally posted by Splodj View Post

                                            More BBC errors in that most recent chart which, if my calculations are correct, should read ...

                                            24 Crystals (96 points)
                                            25 Bern Elliot (99 points)
                                            26 Matt Monroe (101 points)

                                            Could be explained by them adding up Matt Monroe's points incorrectly and elevating him two places to 24. Although by coincidence he is also 24 in the Ultimate!
                                            The BBC chart has had more errors needing corrected than all other charts added together. It really was cobbled together with little thought given to checking.
                                            The Definitive Music Paper Chart - 'THE' Chart 1955 - 1969'

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                                            • Greetings Pop Pickers !

                                              Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending December 7th 1963

                                              The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending December 7th 1963 NME MM DISC RR Total
                                              Last This The Sound Survey Stores 100 150 50 30 Points
                                              Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
                                              NEW 1 I Want To Hold Your Hand - The Beatles 2= 1 1 1 10 9630
                                              1 2 She Loves You - The Beatles 1 2 2 2 1 9600
                                              4 3 You Were Made For Me - Freddie and The Dreamers 2= 4 3 3 3 9140
                                              2 4 Don't Talk To Him - Cliff Richard 4 3 5 4 2 8920
                                              6 5 Secret Love - Kathy Kirby 5 4 4 5 5 8830
                                              5 6 I'll Keep You Satisfied - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 6= 7 6 6 6 8150
                                              3 7 You'll Never Walk Alone - Gerry and The Pacemakers 6= 6 8 7 4 7960
                                              9 8 Maria Elena - Los Indios Tabajaras 8 7 7 9 7 7820
                                              16 9 Glad All Over - The Dave Clark Five 9 9 9 8 8 7340
                                              15 10 I Only Want To Be With You - Dusty Springfield 10 10 10 10 9 6960
                                              8 11 Be My Baby - The Ronettes 12 12 13 13 11 6100
                                              12 12 It's Almost Tomorrow - Mark Wynter 13 14 12 12 12 6070
                                              14 13 Twist And Shout (EP) - The Beatles 14 15 11 16 5860
                                              7 14 Sugar And Spice - The Searchers 15 16 14 14 13 5440
                                              NEW 15 Dominique - The Singing Nun 19 13 18 19 24 4560
                                              11 16 I (Who Have Nothing) - Shirley Bassey 16 21 15 18 15 4530
                                              20 17 The Beatles Hits (EP) - The Beatles 17 19 17 17 4402
                                              10 18 Blue Bayou / Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 18 27 16 15 14 3960
                                              23 19 Money - Bern Elliot and The Fenmen 20 16 20 20 23 3940
                                              RE 20 I Wanna Be Your Man - The Rolling Stones 21 25 21 21 16 3050
                                              25 21 Deep Purple - Nino Tempo and April Stevens 22 23 22 17 2570
                                              21 22 The Beatles No 1 (EP) - The Beatles 27 19 26 2050
                                              29 23 Hungry For Love - Johnny Kidd and The Pirates 23 24 27 24 20 1980
                                              13 24 Memphis Tennessee / Let It Rock - Chuck Berry 24= 23 25 18 1890
                                              17 25 Blowing In The Wind - Peter Paul and Mary 24= 24 23 19 1810
                                              NEW 26 Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa - Gene Pitney 26 18 22 1750
                                              NEW 27 Stay - The Hollies 28= 21 28 28 27 1720
                                              NEW 28 Geronimo - The Shadows 28= 20 29 27 28 1690
                                              24 29 From Russia With Love - Matt Monro 30 26 21 1050
                                              19 30 Fools Rush In - Rick Nelson 25 29 960
                                              With The Beatles (LP) - The Beatles 11 11 11 3000
                                              27 Country Boy - Heinz 25 600
                                              B All I Want