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  • I never knew 'When I'm Dead And Gone' was a MM as well as a NME number 1. So the UAC number 1 differs to the BMRB. I don't think I knew of the McGuinness Flint single until the mid 1970s and remember being a bit underwhelmed by it. When I found out it had been a (RR/MW) number 2 hit I was quite surprised. The chorus is decent but the verses are a bit bland. And it's the UAC Christmas Number One for 1970 - not very festive!

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    • Originally posted by MrTibbs View Post

      Whilst I enjoy looking at other charts I've never really rated Top Pops as a main player in the charts field. It only sampled around 12 stores and all W. H. Smith branches. As a result it often came up with even stranger chart movements than the often maligned RR chart. You have mentioned a few in the other thread relating to this. But like I say it is an interesting minor chart just the same for a chart freak like me lol.
      Here's an Alan Smith post from his TP/MN thread:
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      Yes! It was a National chart! It was compiled in 1968 by Colin Bostock Smith from about a Dozen branches of WH Smith & sons record section! By 1970 the Music Now chart as it was re-titled expanded to around 50 branches of `Smith's. Now compiled by Tony Norman and Karen De Groot! Not a major chart-but certainly of some interest! It is by far-the toughest chart to research due to the rarity of the papers!

      I think Alan also posted somewhere that the WHS&S stores being sampled were their 'largest' stores. I have no concept of how large WHS&S stores were. Were they huge, medium, or small?

      So yes, while TP/MN was not a major chart compared to the others of the day, at their peak they were sampling as many shops as the other charts were in the 50s, and RR up to 1964. One could argue at their peak they were relatively more important than RR was prior to 1964. I consider them worthy of study. The more the merrier !! Rock on...

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      • ^
        The record department of the old WH Smith's in Newcastle covered an entire floor. It's now a small rack of CDs near the counter...

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        • The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending December 26th 1970

          The BRMB chart is from 2nd January 1971, there was no BRMB chart on the 26th December 1970

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          • There was a BMRB chart for w/e 26-Dec which was read out on Radio 1 that week. However, it was featured on POTP a week late, because on 27-Dec they featured the Top 50 of the year.

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            • Yes the 1970 Christmas chart was actually announced on Tuesday 22 December (but printed a week late in Music Week due to having no issue that week)

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              • Printed a week late in RM also because, although they had a w/e 26-Dec issue, presumably earlier Christmas deadlines meant that they needed it before 22-Dec.

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                • Incidentally, I believe that BMRB not having a 2-Jan-71 chart meant that they allowed NME to get the scoop on 'Grandad'.

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                  • Originally posted by Woz1234 View Post
                    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending December 26th 1970

                    The BRMB chart is from 2nd January 1971, there was no BRMB chart on the 26th December 1970
                    Yeah Woz, the guys above are correct in that the 26th December chart was compiled and broadcast on Tuesday 22nd and it was the 2nd January chart which was repeated.
                    The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                    • Greetings Pop Pickers

                      Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending January 2nd 1971

                      Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders ''

                      The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending January 2nd 1971 NME MM BMRB Total
                      Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 175 Points
                      Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
                      3 1 Grandad - Clive Dunn 1 6000
                      1 2 When I'm Dead And Gone - McGuinness Flint 2 5800
                      2 3 I Hear You Knocking - The Dave Edmunds Rockpile 3 5600
                      5 4 Cracklin' Rosie - Neil Diamond 4 5400
                      4 5 It's Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell 5 5200
                      7 6 Ride A White Swan - T. Rex 6 5000
                      6 7 Home Lovin' Man - Andy Williams 7 4800
                      9 8 Nothing Rhymed - Gilbert O'Sullivan 8 4600
                      8 9 I'll Be There - The Jackson Five 9 4400
                      11 10 Blame It On The Pony Express - Johnny Johnson and The Bandwagon 10 4200
                      10 11 My Prayer - Gerry Monroe 11 4000
                      12 12 You've Got Me Dangling On A String - The Chairmen Of The Board 12 3800
                      14 13 Lady Barbara - Peter Noone and Herman's Hermits 13 3600
                      13 14 Indian Reservation - Don Fardon 14 3400
                      19 15 Brokenhearted - Ken Dodd 15 3200
                      17 16 My Way - Frank Sinatra 16 3000
                      21 17 It's A Shame - The Spinners 17 2800
                      15 18 I've Lost You - Elvis Presley 18 2600
                      16 19 Voodoo Chile - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 19 2400
                      18 20 Apeman - The Kinks 20 2200
                      20 21 Julie Do Ya Love Me - White Plains 21 2000
                      NEW 22 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - Elvis Presley 22 1800
                      25 23 Amazing Grace - Judy Collins 23 1600
                      28 24 Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys - The Equals 24 1400
                      23 25 You're Ready Now - Frankie Valli 25 1200
                      22 26 Whole Lotta Love - C.C.S. 26 1000
                      26 27 Snowbird - Anne Murray 27 800
                      RE 28 My Way - Dorothy Squires 28 600
                      24 29 New World In The Morning - Roger Whittaker 29 400
                      27 30 It's Wonderful - Jimmy Ruffin 30 200
                      29 War - Edwin Starr
                      30 San Bernadino - Christie
                      * MM and BMRB did not compile a chart for this week
                      The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                      • and here's the next one with all charts contributing for 9th January
                        The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                        • Greetings Pop Pickers

                          Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending January 9th 1971

                          Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders ''

                          The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending January 9th 1971 NME MM BMRB Total
                          Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 175 Points
                          Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
                          1 1 Grandad - Clive Dunn 1 1 1 18750
                          2 2 When I'm Dead And Gone - McGuinness Flint 2 2 3 17950
                          3 3 I Hear You Knocking - The Dave Edmunds Rockpile 4 3 2 17475
                          6 4 Ride A White Swan - T. Tex 3 4 4 17075
                          4 5 Cracklin' Rosie - Neil Diamond 5 6 6 15825
                          5 6 It's Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell 6 5 9 15350
                          9 7 I'll Be There - The Jackson Five 9 7 5 14950
                          8 8 Nothing Rhymed - Gilbert O'Sullivan 7 7 8 14825
                          7 9 Home Lovin' Man - Andy Williams 8 9 10 13775
                          10 10 Blame It On The Pony Express - Johnny Johnson and The Bandwagon 10 10 7 13650
                          12 11 You've Got Me Dangling On A String - The Chairmen Of The Board 11 12 11 12250
                          13 12 Lady Barbara - Peter Noone and Herman's Hermits 13 11 13 11750
                          11 13 My Prayer - Gerry Monroe 12 13 14 11275
                          20 14 Apeman - The Kinks 18 14 12 10175
                          14 15 Indian Reservation - Don Fardon 23 15 16 8225
                          17 16 It's A Shame - The Spinners 14 17 24 8125
                          19 17 Voodoo Chile - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 19 16 20 8075
                          24 18 Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys - The Equals 16 22 18 7525
                          15 19 Brokenhearted - Ken Dodd 24 19 15 7200
                          25 20 You're Ready Now - Frankie Valli 15 21 25 6750
                          18 21 I've Lost You - Elvis Presley 25 20 17 6400
                          16 22 My Way - Frank Sinatra 17 18 6050
                          21 23 Julie Do Ya Love Me - White Plains 20 24 19 6050
                          23 24 Amazing Grace - Judy Collins 21 23 21 5750
                          26 25 Whole Lotta Love - C.C.S. 28 25 22 3675
                          22 26 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - Elvis Presley 22 23 3200
                          NEW 27 Heaven Help Us All - Stevie Wonder 26 29 1600
                          27 28 Snowbird - Anne Murray 27 28 1325
                          30 29 It's Wonderful - Jimmy Ruffin 26 30 1250
                          RE 30 San Bernadino - Christie 27 1000
                          Woodstock - Matthews Southern Comfort 26 875
                          29 New World In The Morning - Roger Whittaker 28 750
                          In My Chair - Status Quo 27 700
                          28 My Way - Dorothy Squires 30 30 30 625
                          B The Man From Nazareth - John Paul Joans 29 500
                          B Lonely Days - The Bee Gees 29 400
                          The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                          • This is where I have sympathy with Robin's criticisms of freezing, and feel that Grandad should be considered no. 1 for 2-Jan across the board.

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                            • Maybe we should be thankful it wasn't
                              The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                              • Greetings Pop Pickers

                                Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending January 16th 1971

                                Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders ''

                                The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending January 16th 1971 NME MM BMRB Total
                                Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 175 Points
                                Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
                                1 1 Grandad - Clive Dunn 1 1 1 18750
                                2 2 When I'm Dead And Gone - McGuinness Flint 2 3 3 17700
                                4 3 Ride A White Swan - T. Rex 3 2 4 17575
                                3 4 I Hear You Knocking - The Dave Edmunds Rockpile 4 4 2 17225
                                7 5 I'll Be There - The Jackson Five 5 5 5 16250
                                6 6 It's Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell 6 7 6 15375
                                5 7 Cracklin' Rosie - Neil Diamond 7 6 7 15250
                                10 8 Blame It On The Pony Express - Johnny Johnson and The Bandwagon 9 8 8 14175
                                8 9 Nothing Rhymed - Gilbert O'Sullivan 8 10 10 13525
                                9 10 Home Lovin' Man - Andy Williams 10 11 9 13050
                                14 11 Apeman - The Kinks 11 9 11 13000
                                18 12 Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys - The Equals 12 13 15 11100
                                12 13 Lady Barbara - Peter Noone and Herman's Hermits 16 12 14 10725
                                11 14 You've Got Me Dangling On A String - The Chairmen Of The Board 16 14 12 10575
                                20 15 You're Ready Now - Frankie Valli 13 16 13 10500
                                24 16 Amazing Grace - Judy Collins 14 15 19 9500
                                26 17 You Don't Have To say You Love Me - Elvis Presley 15 19 17 8650
                                13 18 My Prayer - Gerry Monroe 19 18 18 7925
                                19 19 Brokenhearted - Ken Dodd 20 20 16 7575
                                16 20 It's A Shame - The Spinners 18 21 25 6150
                                15 21 Indian Reservation - Don Fardon 23 17 26 5975
                                22 22 My Way - Frank Sinatra 21 23 21 5750
                                17 23 Voodoo Chile - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 22 22 3825
                                28 24 Snowbird - Anne Murray 24 27 23 3800
                                NEW 25 The Pushbike Song - The Mixtures 22 28 24 3775
                                21 26 I've Lost You - Elvis Presley 26 20 3175
                                25 27 Whole Lotta Love - C.C.S. 24 28 2275
                                23 28 Julie Do Ya Love Me - White Plains 25 1500
                                NEW 29 Stoned Love - The Supremes 25 1200
                                NEW 30 Lonely Days - The Bee Gees 26 1000
                                B Rupert - Jackie Lee 28 29 950
                                B Las Vegas - Tony Christie 27 800
                                In My Chair - Status Quo 27 700
                                27 Heaven Help Us All - Stevie Wonder 29 500
                                B The Man From Nazareth - John Paul Joans 30 30 425
                                We've Only Just Begun - The Carpenters 29 400
                                B She's A Lady - Tom Jones 30 200
                                29 It's Wonderful - Jimmy Ruffin
                                30 San Bernadino - Christie
                                The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                • New this week In The Wintertime by Mungo Jerry, sorry The Mixtures, and the stunning, superlative Stoned Love by The Supremes. Loved it then. Love it now
                                  The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                  • Top 30 Best Sellers 1970
                                    01 Mungo Jerry In The Summertime 2,086
                                    02 Elvis Presley The Wonder Of You 1,760
                                    03 Simon And Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water
                                    04 Edison Lighthouse Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)
                                    05 Lee Marvin Wand'rin Star / Clint Eastwood I Talk To The Trees
                                    06 Freda Payne Band Of Gold
                                    07 Free All Right Now
                                    08 Norman Greenbaum Spirit In The Sky
                                    09 Frank Sinatra My Way
                                    10 England World Cup Squad '70 Back Home
                                    11 Smokey Robinson And The Miracles The Tears Of A Clown
                                    12 Christie Yellow River
                                    13 Dana All Kinds Of Everything
                                    14 Rolf Harris Two Little Boys
                                    15 The Kinks Lola
                                    16 Matthews Southern Comfort Woodstock
                                    17 Desmond Dekker You Can Get It If You Really Want
                                    18 Mr. Bloe Groovin' With Mr. Bloe
                                    19 Deep Purple Black Night
                                    20 Shirley Bassey Something
                                    21 Hotlegs Neanderthal Man
                                    22 Andy Williams Can't Help Falling In Love All million sellers from this point
                                    23 Peter, Paul And Mary Leaving On A Jet Plane
                                    24 Sacha Distel Rain Drops Keep Fallin' On My Head
                                    25 Status Quo Down The Dustpipe
                                    26 Canned Heat Let's Work Together
                                    27 Dave Edmunds I Hear You Knocking
                                    28 The Beatles Let It Be
                                    29 The Jackson 5 I Want You Back
                                    30 Glen Campbell Honey Come Back

                                    215 records sold over 250K that year. Full charts published late Thursday on my blog.
                                    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 January 23rd 1971

                                      Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders ''

                                      The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending January 23rd 1971 NME MM BMRB Total
                                      Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 175 Points
                                      Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
                                      1 1 Grandad - Clive Dunn 1 1 1 18750
                                      3 2 Ride A White Swan - T. Rex 2 2 2 18125
                                      2 3 When I'm Dead And Gone - Mc Guiness Flint 3 3 3 17500
                                      5 4 I'll Be There - The Jackson Five 4 4 4 16875
                                      11 5 Apeman - The Kinks 5 7 5 15750
                                      4 6 I Hear You Knocking - The Dave Edmunds Rockpile 7 6 6 15425
                                      8 7 Blame It On The Pony Express - Johnny Johnson and The Bandwagon 5 5 11 15200
                                      6 8 It's Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell 8 8 12 13675
                                      12 9 Black Skin Blue Eyes Boys - The Equals 9 10 10 13325
                                      16 10 Amazing Grace - Judy Collins 11 11 8 13025
                                      7 11 Cracklin' Rosie - Neil Diamond 13 9 14 12075
                                      17 12 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - Elvis Presley 10 15 9 12050
                                      NEW 13 My Sweet Lord - George Harrison 14 17 7 11100
                                      15 14 You're Ready Now - Frankie Valli 12 12 18 10825
                                      10 15 Home Lovin' Man - Andy Williams 15 13 15 10500
                                      25 16 The Pushbike Song - The Mixtures 16 16 13 9900
                                      9 17 Nothing Rhymed - Gilbert O'Sullivan 17 14 17 9500
                                      14 18 You've Got Me Dangling On A String - The Chairmen Of The Board 19 19 19 7500
                                      NEW 19 Candida - Dawn 20 21 22 6275
                                      22 20 My Way - Frank Sinatra 24 20 23 5550
                                      NEW 21 No Matter What - Badfinger 24 26 16 5275
                                      13 22 Lady Barbara - Peter Noone and Herman's Hermits 21 18 5250
                                      29 23 Stoned Love - The Supremes 18 29 24 4325
                                      19 24 Brokenhearted - Ken Dodd 28 25 20 4025
                                      NEW 25 She's A Lady - Tom Jones 22 21 3550
                                      NEW 26 The Man From Nazareth - John Paul Joans 30 22 25 3500
                                      21 27 Indian Reservation - Don Fardon 23 2000
                                      NEW 28 Rupert - Jackie Lee 22 1800
                                      18 29 My Prayer - Gerry Monroe 24 1750
                                      24 30 Snowbird - Anne Murray 27 28 1525
                                      B Sunny Honey Girl - Cliff Richard 26 30 1175
                                      B The Resurrection Shuffle - Ashton Gardner and Dyke 30 26 1125
                                      We've Only Just Begun - The Carpenters 27 800
                                      20 It's A Shame - The Spinners 28 750
                                      B It's The Same Old Song - The Weathermen 27 700
                                      30 Lonely Days - The Bee Gees 29 400
                                      In My Chair - Status Quo 29 350
                                      B Your Song - Elton John 30 200
                                      23 Voodoo Chile - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
                                      26 I've Lost You - Elvis Presley
                                      27 Whole Lotta Love - C.C.S.
                                      28 Julie Do Ya Love Me - White Plains
                                      The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                      • More good new entries in this week's chart. George Harrison swept us into 1971 and swept Clive Dunn from the top spot, and not a moment too soon.
                                        Badfinger return with a much more mature but less catch new hit, and months after initial radio play and being a stateside hit Dawn finally make the UK chart with the Mexican sounding Candida.

                                        Let The Good Times Roll
                                        The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                        • As I was just at the right age for the song, I loved 'Rupert' by Jackie Lee. I still do!

                                          'The Man From Nazareth' by John Paul Joans was co-written by Godley, Creme and Stewart who would become three quarters of 10cc. They also were the musicians on the record and presumably produced it too. Joans was club comedian Reg Gray / Reginald John Davidge who was also the fourth co-writer of the song.

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                                          • There's only two new hits for 1971 in that chart Tom and George. All the rest were out in 1970, some for quiet some time. Dawn was released in the UK at the same time it was hitting the USA. It hung around the bottom end of the 100 for ages. Jackie Lee was also out before Christmas, making the top 50 in the last chart of the year. Bad Finger took ages to take off. I suspect the record company in the end hyped it into the chart. Maybe also that applies to Dawn. Unless there is some reason for it, a record taking ages to make the chart and all of a sudden then does can be put down to a fiddle going off.
                                            Some interesting facts about the chart records. Amazing Grace was connected to the slavery abolition movement of the 18th Century. It's reported that most of the kids at this time however thought was about some girl called Grace, who was amazing!
                                            The Mixtures, an Australian act, got a boost to fame after the Australian radio stations band all major label acts for a time.
                                            Ray O'Sullivan was signed to the MAM label by Tom Jones manager, who renamed him Gilbert after the Opera guy!
                                            Candida comes from the Latin word for "beautiful" . The word can be found in a 16th Century account describing what Queen Elizabeth 1st looked like when she was about 60 years old. It was from a foreign visitor to London at that time. Contradicting historians who said it was all a "cult" about her beauty. This has lead to a stack of old and ugly looking women in the films of the Queen.
                                            George Harrison never made a penny from My Sweet Lord, with the tune being "He's So Fine" by the Chiffions. Of course it was a Phil Spector hit song. But Harrison was working with Spector at that time and had been on the last Beatles album. So it was no surprise it would sound like one of his records.
                                            The Weathermen were not a group at all, just Jonathan King under disguise. Not certain why he needed to do that back then. But of course he would now!
                                            Education for anyone aged 12 to 16 has made a mess of the world!

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                                            • Jackie Lee was the same 'Jackie' who had a hit with White Horses in 1968.
                                              The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                              • Greetings Pop Pickers

                                                Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending January 30th 1971

                                                Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders ''


                                                The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending January 30th 1971 NME MM BMRB Total
                                                Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 175 Points
                                                Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
                                                13 1 My Sweet Lord - George Harrison 1 1 1 18750
                                                1 2 Grandad - Clive Dunn 2 3 2 17875
                                                16 3 The Pushbike Song - The Mixtures 4 2 3 17550
                                                2 4 Ride A White Swan - T. Rex 3 4 4 17075
                                                5 5 Apeman - The Kinks 5 6 5 16000
                                                4 6 I'll Be There - The Jackson Five 6 7 6 15375
                                                10 7 Amazing Grace - Judy Collins 7 8 8 14575
                                                3 8 When I'm Dead And Gone - McGuinness Flint 8 5 17 13550
                                                9 9 Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys - The Equals 10 9 9 13550
                                                7 10 Blame It On The Pony Express - Johnny Johnson and The Bandwagon 13 10 11 12350
                                                6 11 I Hear You Knocking - The Dave Edmunds Rockpile 9 17 7 12100
                                                12 12 You Don't Have To Say You Love Me - Elvis Presley 12 12 14 11525
                                                23 13 Stoned Love - The Supremes 11 11 19 11100
                                                14 14 You're Ready Now - Frankie Valli 17 13 12 10625
                                                NEW 15 The Resurrection Shuffle - Ashton Gardner and Dyke 19 14 15 9450
                                                8 16 It's Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell 14 16 18 9425
                                                21 17 No Matter What - Badfinger 15 19 13 9350
                                                19 18 Candida - Dawn 16 15 20 8925
                                                11 19 Cracklin' Rosie - Neil Diamond 21 18 10 8925
                                                25 20 She's A Lady - Tom Jones 18 23 16 7225
                                                17 21 Nothing Rhymed - Gilbert O'Sullivan 23 21 21 5850
                                                15 22 Home Lovin' Man - Andy Williams 20 22 27 5150
                                                NEW 23 Your Song - Elton John 21 20 30 4925
                                                NEW 24 It's The Same Old Song - The Weathermen 24 24 26 4025
                                                20 25 My Way - Frank Sinatra 25 27 24 3425
                                                26 26 The Man From Nazareth - John Paul Joans 26 26 28 2775
                                                NEW 27 Las Vegas - Tony Christie 27 30 23 2450
                                                28 28 Rupert - Jackie Lee 29 22 1975
                                                NEW 29 We've Only Just Begun - The Carpenters 25 29 1850
                                                18 30 You've Got Me Dangling On A String - The Chairmen Of The Board 29 25 1550
                                                Heavy Makes You Happy - Bobby Bloom 29 28 1150
                                                B Sunny Honey Girl - Cliff Richard 28 600
                                                22 Lady Barbara - Peter Noone and Herman's Hermits
                                                24 Brokenhearted - Ken Dodd
                                                27 Indian Reservation - Don Fardon
                                                29 My Prayer - Gerry Monroe
                                                30 Snowbird - Anne Murray
                                                The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                                • Greetings Pop Pickers

                                                  Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending February 6th 1971

                                                  Here are all '' the uppers, the downers, the just hanging 'arounders ''

                                                  The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending February 6th 1971 NME MM BMRB Total
                                                  Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 175 Points
                                                  Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
                                                  1 1 My Sweet Lord - George Harrison 1 1 1 18750
                                                  3 2 The Pushbike Song - The Mixtures 2 2 2 18125
                                                  13 3 Stoned Love - The Supremes 7 3 3 16700
                                                  2 4 Grandad - Clive Dunn 3 7 4 16325
                                                  7 5 Amazing Grace - Judy Collins 4 5 6 16275
                                                  5 6 Apeman - The Kinks 5 6 8 15475
                                                  15 7 The Resurrection Shuffle - Ashton Gardner and Dyke 10 4 9 14800
                                                  4 8 Ride A White Swan - T. Rex 6 9 7 14700
                                                  6 9 I'll Be There - The Jackson Five 7 8 10 14225
                                                  17 10 No Matter What - Badfinger 9 13 5 13450
                                                  9 11 Black Skin Blue Eyes Boys - The Equals 11 10 15 12050
                                                  18 12 Candida - Dawn 13 11 12 11925
                                                  23 13 Your Song - Elton John 14 12 13 11300
                                                  12 14 You Don't Have To say You Love Me - Elvis Presley 12 14 14 11025
                                                  14 15 You're Ready Now - Frankie Valli 15 15 11 10700
                                                  8 16 When I'm Dead And Gone - McGuinness Flint 16 17 16 9125
                                                  20 17 She's A Lady - Tom Jones 17 16 17 9000
                                                  19 18 Cracklin' Rosie - Neil Diamond 20 19 18 7475
                                                  11 19 I Hear You Knocking - The Dave Edmunds Rockpile 18 20 19 7450
                                                  10 20 Blame It On The Pony Express - Johnny Johnson and The Bandwagon 21 18 20 7175
                                                  16 21 It's Only Make Believe - Glen Campbell 19 21 22 6475
                                                  24 22 It's The Same Old Song - The Weathermen 22 22 21 5800
                                                  27 23 Las Vegas - Tony Christie 23 24 26 4225
                                                  22 24 Home Lovin' Man - Andy Williams 26 25 24 3725
                                                  26 25 The Man From Nazareth - John Paul Joans 25 28 25 3000
                                                  NEW 26 Sunny Honey Girl - Cliff Richard 24 23 2800
                                                  29 27 We've Only Just Begun - The Carpenters 23 28 2525
                                                  NEW 28 (Come Round Here) I'm The One You Need - Smokey Robinson and The Miracles 27 26 2050
                                                  21 29 Nothing Rhymed - Gilbert O'Sullivan 27 27 1700
                                                  28 30 Rupert - Jackie Lee 28 30 775
                                                  25 My Way - Frank Sinatra 29 29 750
                                                  B It's Impossible - Perry Como 30 29 700
                                                  X Heavy Makes You Happy - Bobby Bloom 30 250
                                                  30 You've Got Me Dangling On A String - The Chairmen Of The Board
                                                  The Ultimate Averaged Chart. The Definitive Chart Reflecting The Fifties and Sixties.

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                                                  • Originally posted by MrTibbs View Post
                                                    Jackie Lee was the same 'Jackie' who had a hit with White Horses in 1968.
                                                    THE song of my childhood! The programme used to be shown every summer during the 6 weeks holiday and the theme tune is very nostalgic!

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