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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending May 24th 1969

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending May 24th 1969 NME MM BMRB Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 85 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
    1 1 Get Back - The Beatles 1 1 1 16050
    2 2 My Sentimental Friend - Herman's Hermits 3 2 2 15315
    5 3 Man Of The World - Fleetwood Mac 2 3 3 15180
    6 4 My Way - Frank Sinatra 5 4 6 14075
    8 5 Behind A Painted Smile - The Isley Brothers 4 7 5 13610
    14 6 Dizzy - Tommy Roe 6 6 4 13545
    3 7 Come Back And Shake Me - Clodagh Rodgers 7 5 7 13340
    4 8 Goodbye - Mary Hopkin 8 9 8 12055
    10 9 The Boxer - Simon and Garfunkel 9 8 9 12020
    7 10 Pinball Wizard - The Who 10 11 11 10900
    16 11 Ragamuffin Man - Manfred Mann 13 10 10 10635
    12 12 (I'm A) Road Runner - Junior Walker and The All Stars 11 13 12 10115
    9 13 Israelites - Desmond Dekker and The Aces 14 12 17 9340
    24 14 Love Me Tonight - Tom Jones 12 16 14 8995
    13 15 Harlem Shuffle - Bob and Earl 15 15 16 8475
    11 16 Cupid - Johnny Nash 16 14 19 8270
    17 17 I'm Living In Shame - Diana Ross and The Supremes 17 17 15 7660
    25 18 Galveston - Glen Campbell 18 19 18 6705
    15 19 Gentle On My Mind - Dean Martin 20 18 23 6130
    28 20 Tracks Of My Tears - Smokey Robinson and The Miracles 19 20 22 5915
    21 21 Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In - The Fifth Dimension 21 23 13 5530
    20 22 Badge - Cream 22 21 20 5235
    NEW 23 Time Is Tight - Booker T. and The MG's 23 22 27 4190
    22 24 Passing Strangers - Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine 28 24 21 3200
    NEW 25 Snake In The Grass - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich 24 28 28 2405
    NEW 26 Dick-A-Dum-Dum - Des O'Connor 26 29 24 2095
    19 27 I Don't Know Why - Stevie Wonder 30 26 29 1620
    18 28 Windmills Of Your Mind - Noel Harrison 25 1500
    NEW 29 Higher And Higher - Jackie Wilson 29 27 1400
    NEW 30 I Threw It All Away - Bob Dylan 25 1200
    23 Colour Of My Love - Jefferson 27 30 30 1135
    B I'd Rather Go Blind - Checken Shack 30 26 625
    26 Boom Bang-A-Bang - Lulu 25 510
    27 I Heard It through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye
    30 In The Bad Bad Old Days - The Foundations
    29 You've Made Me So Very Happy - Blood Sweat and Tears

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  • MrTibbs
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    Thanks for 'liking' all these charts brain. I greatly appreciate the gesture

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending May 17th 1969.

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending May 17th 1969 NME MM BMRB Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 85 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
    1 1 Get Back - The Beatles 1 1 1 16050
    8 2 My Sentimental Friend - Herman's Hermits 4 2 2 15115
    3 3 Come Back And Shake Me - Clodagh Rodgers 2 3 4 15095
    2 4 Goodbye - Mary Hopkin 3 4 5 14560
    12 5 Man Of The World - Fleetwood Mac 6 6 3 13630
    9 6 My Way - Frank Sinatra 6 5 6 13625
    4 7 Pinball Wizard - The Who 5 7 10 12985
    13 8 Behind A Painted Smile - The Isley Brothers 6 8 7 12790
    5 9 Israelites - Desmond Dekker and The Aces 9 9 8 11855
    16 10 The Boxer - Simon and Garfunkel 10 11 9 11070
    6 11 Cupid - Johnny Nash 11 10 14 10695
    10 12 (I'm A) Road Runner - Junior Walker and The All Stars 12 12 12 10165
    7 13 Harlem Shuffle - Bob and Earl 13 13 13 9630
    19 14 Dizzy - Tommy Roe 14 14 11 9350
    11 15 Gentle On My Mind - Dean Martin 15 15 16 8475
    29 16 Ragamuffin Man - Manfred Mann 16 17 15 7860
    25 17 I'm Living In Shame - Diana Ross and The Supremes 17 16 21 7400
    14 18 Windmills Of Your Mind - Noel Harrison 18 19 17 6790
    15 19 I Don't Know Why - Stevie Wonder 20 18 24 6045
    22 20 Badge - Cream 19 22 25 5160
    26 21 Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In - The Fifth Dimension 23 21 22 4865
    20 22 Passing Strangers - Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine 26 20 20 4685
    27 23 Colour Of My Love - Jefferson 21 27 22 3765
    NEW 24 Love Me Tonight - Tom Jones 24 26 19 3670
    NEW 25 Galveston - Glen Campbell 22 25 27 3640
    18 26 Boom Bang-A-Bang - Lulu 23 17 3190
    17 27 I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye 24 26 2175
    NEW 28 Tracks Of My Tears - Smokey Robinson and The Miracles 24 30 30 1735
    NEW 29 You've Made Me So Very Happy - Blood Sweat and Tears 27 800
    21 30 In The Bad Bad Old Days - The Foundations 28 750
    B Time Is Tight - Booker T. and the MG's 28 30 685
    23 Games People Play - Joe South 29 29 670
    X Bluer Than Blue - Rolf Harris 29 400
    B Dick-A-Dum-Dum - Des O'Connor 28 255
    B I Threw It All Away - Bob Dylan 30 200
    X Think It All Over - Sandie Shaw 30 200
    24 I Can Hear Music - The Beach Boys
    28 Sorry Suzanne - The Hollies
    30 Michael And The Slipper Tree - The Equals

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  • MrTibbs
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    No doubt about it Robbie Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac was THE Fleetwood Mac, so much better than the bland sterile version that followed.
    Albatross, Man Of The World, and, Oh Well were all outstanding singles and I loved every one but a year later The Green Manalishi just blew me away, a stunning masterpiece of atmosphere, guitar work, and way out lyrics. I drove my parents mad blasting it out at full volume as only teenagers do ( and still do)

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  • Robbie
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    I like 'Man Of The World' by Fleetwod Mac. Very introspective and I have read that writer Peter Green was already beginning to suffer mental health problems when he wrote the song, which might help explain some of the lyrics in the song.

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  • MrTibbs
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    An exceptional single from Simon and Garfunkel is the highest new entry this week at #16. The Boxer is up there with Bridge Over Troubled Water as their finest.

    Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine both had top ten hits back in 1959 and ten years later they are back in the top twenty with Passing Strangers, a reissue of a fifties track due to demand from being regularly featured on Two Way Family Favourites, Sunday radio show.

    The Fifth Dimension single will be America's second biggest seller this year and will go top twenty here.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending May 10th 1969.


    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending May 10th 1969 NME MM BMRB Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 85 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
    1 1 Get Back - The Beatles 1 1 1 16050
    2 2 Goodbye - Mary Hopkin 2 2 2 15515
    5 3 Come Back And Shake Me - Clodagh Rodgers 3 3 3 14980
    4 4 Pinball Wizard - The Who 5 4 4 14245
    3 5 Israelites - Desmond Dekker and The Aces 4 5 6 14025
    6 6 Cupid - Johnny Nash 6 6 10 13035
    8 7 Harlem Shuffle - Bob and Earl 7 7 11 12500
    18 8 My Sentimental Friend - Herman's Hermits 9 8 5 12360
    13 9 My Way - Frank Sinatra 8 9 9 11970
    11 10 (I'm A) Road Runner - Junior Walker and The All Stars 10 11 12 10815
    7 11 Gentle On My Mind - Dean Martin 11 10 13 10780
    16 12 Man Of The World - Fleetwood Mac 12 13 7 10340
    22 13 Behind A Painted Smile - The Isley Brothers 14 14 8 9605
    10 14 Windmills Of Your Mind - Noel Harrison 13 12 19 9370
    14 15 I Don't Know Why - Stevie Wonder 16 16 16 8025
    NEW 16 The Boxer - Simon and Garfunkel 15 18 15 7810
    9 17 I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye 17 15 21 7650
    12 18 Boom Bang-A-Bang - Lulu 18 17 22 6865
    27 19 Dizzy - Tommy Roe 20 23 17 5390
    21 20 Passing Strangers - Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine 22 21 20 5235
    15 21 In The Bad Bad Old Days - The Foundations 19 22 4650
    26 22 Badge - Cream 24 26 18 3755
    20 23 Games People Play - Joe South 19 24 3595
    17 24 I Can Hear Music - The Beach Boys 29 20 26 3575
    NEW 25 I'm Living In Shame - Diana Ross and The Supremes 23 30 14 3295
    NEW 26 Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In - The Fifth Dimension 25 25 25 3210
    28 27 Colour Of My Love - Jefferson 21 28 28 3005
    19 28 Sorry Suzanne - The Hollies 27 24 27 2890
    NEW 29 Ragamuffin Man - Manfred Mann 25 29 23 2380
    23 30 Michael And The Slipper Tree - The Equals 27 1000
    B You've Made Me So Very Happy - Blood Sweat and Tears 28 600
    B Galveston - Glen Campbell 30 29 370
    X Bluer Than Blue - Rolf Harris 30 85
    24 Get Ready - The Temptations
    25 Hello World - The Tremeloes
    29 Monsieur Dupont - Sandie Shaw
    30 Plastic Man - The Kinks

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  • MrTibbs
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    All three charts agree on the entire Top Six this week. Best result so far.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending May 3rd 1969.

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending May 3rd 1969 NME MM BMRB Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 85 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
    2 1 Get Back - The Beatles 1 1 1 16050
    3 2 Goodbye - Mary Hopkin 2 2 2 15515
    1 3 Israelites - Desmond Dekker and The Aces 3 3 3 14980
    5 4 Pinball Wizard - The Who 4 4 4 14445
    9 5 Come Back And Shake Me - Clodagh Rodgers 5 5 5 13910
    8 6 Cupid - Johnny Nash 6 6 6 13375
    6 7 Gentle On My Mind - Dean Martin 7 7 12 12415
    12 8 Harlem Shuffle - Bob and Earl 8 8 7 12390
    4 9 I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye 9 9 9 11770
    11 10 Windmills Of Your Mind - Noel Harrison 11 10 8 11205
    18 11 (I'm A ) Road Runner - Junior Walker and The All Stars 10 12 13 10480
    7 12 Boom Bang-A-Bang - Lulu 13 11 10 10385
    17 13 My Way - Frank Sinatra 12 13 16 9575
    16 14 I Don't Know Why - Stevie Wonder 14 14 17 8840
    10 15 In The Bad Bad Old Days - The Foundations 15 15 14 8645
    22 16 Man Of The World - Fleetwood Mac 16 19 11 7700
    14 17 I Can Hear Music - The Beach Boys 18 17 18 7205
    NEW 18 My Sentimental Friend - Herman's Hermits 17 20 15 6910
    13 19 Sorry Suzanne - The Hollies 18 16 27 6690
    15 20 Games People Play - Joe South 20 18 19 6470
    25 21 Passing Strangers - Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine 23 21 21 4950
    NEW 22 Behind A Painted Smile - The Isley Brothers 22 23 20 4735
    24 23 Michael And The Slipper Tree - The Equals 24 22 26 4075
    20 24 Get Ready - The Temptations 25 24 2950
    23 25 Hello World - The Tremeloes 28 25 22 2865
    29 26 Badge - Cream 21 29 28 2755
    NEW 27 Dizzy - Tommy Roe 26 24 1595
    NEW 28 Colour Of My Love - Jefferson 27 23 1480
    21 29 Monsieur Dupont - Sandie Shaw 26 30 1400
    30 30 Plastic Man - The Kinks 29 28 1150
    19 Good Times (Better Times) - Cliff Richard 27 1000
    B The Boxer - Simon and Garfunkel 25 510
    B I'm Living In Shame - Diana Ross and The Supremes 30 29 370
    B Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In - The Fifth Dimension 30 250
    26 Where Do You Go To My Lovely - Peter Sarstedt
    27 Surround Yourself With Sorrow - Cilla Black
    28 First Of May - The Bee Gees

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  • MrTibbs
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    It sounds as though it is as bad as David Armstrong's Pick Of The Pops book. That was awful. It used,without permission, Dave and Trevor's early charts and was riddled with omissions and errors. Yuck.

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  • Splodj
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    Trouble is ... we know that there are errors in that file, which can be graded as follows:

    1. Errors in transcription, not made by the BBC;

    2. Obvious errors which, had they been alerted, the BBC would not have made;

    3. Errors in consistency.

    The latter includes the tiebreaking criteria which was applied consistently in retro-POTP shows to remove ties - indicating that even the BBC realised their charts needed modifying.

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  • kingofskiffle
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    Originally posted by RokinRobinOfLocksley View Post

    His first chart of 1960 leaves out the #13 position, ugh...
    . So an excellently researched and proof read piece of work? <Sarcasm>

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    The averaged charts shown Jan thru Nov 1960 are the BBC charts per the Dave/Trevor BBC file. Well, I checked 2 charts at the beginning and 2 at the end. Same with the list of #1's from 1960, all BBC. Note the last paragraph of the introduction before 1960 data begins, he says he's using the BBC averaged chart in the main body of this book.

    Alas there is no table of contents, so other than the BBC charts for 1960, we have no idea what else is included. His intro appears to have some of Alan Smith's info, as well as other info that disagrees with Alan. Note that he says Record Retailer sampled thru Friday of each week, and thus that's why (he says) RR differed from the other charts.

    His first chart of 1960 leaves out the #13 position, ugh...

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  • brian05
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    Wikipedia - David John Hill (born 4 April 1946) is an English musician, who is the lead guitarist, backing vocalist and the sole continuous member in the English band Slade.

    Could it really be him? Perhaps it is MrTibbs with a pseudonym.

    If you click on Look Inside on the Amazon web site you get a very long sample of the book's contents - well worth reading.

    Throughout the 1960s, many recording stars shone and then faded. Others were more durable and are still active today. The success, or not of artists and their records was measured by their positions on the weekly pop charts. Each music paper highlighted the new entries, the risers, the fallers and the all-important number 1 – the best-selling record that particular week. New Musical Express and Melody Maker had the biggest readerships, but there were also healthy sales of Record Mirror and Disc Magazine. On BBC radio, it was David Jacobs and more enduringly, Alan Freeman who presented the charts each weekend to an audience of twenty million listeners. A few hours later, millions of people retuned their radios to 208 meters on the medium wave band to hear David Gell, Barry Alldis, or Paul Burnett countdown the Radio Luxembourg chart.

    This book contains weekly radio charts and monthly snapshots, showing who was in, who was out and recalls how pop music developed through the decade. If you are old enough to remember the sixties, you will be transported back to the times when you looked at the pop music charts each week to find out where your favourites were.

    The book sample shows an averaged chart for 1960. Now who would have thought of that? It also deals with re-writing chart history - the missing number ones.

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  • TopTwenty
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    Just wondering if anyone has seen this.

    A Kindle book about 1960s charts. Never heard of the author, Dave Hill before. Not one of the usual suspects.

    The 1960s Charts Book eBook: Hill, David: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

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  • MrTibbs
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    Originally posted by Richard M White View Post

    Vol 2 of the Guinness Top 40 book has two songs tied at 28 (just for your info)
    Thanks Richard. Yeah must have been just the first edition that carried that error.

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  • Richard M White
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    Originally posted by MrTibbs View Post

    I had used my original copy of The Guinness Book of Top 40 Singles and it had listed them at 28 and 29 Woz. However I note the later edition and my Graham Betts book have these at joint 28 as you say. As it would appear to be an error in the original book copy I have amended.

    Thanks. It keeps everything accurate.
    Brian
    Vol 2 of the Guinness Top 40 book has two songs tied at 28 (just for your info)

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  • brian05
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    From NME for w/e 12/4/69,


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  • brian05
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    Originally posted by Splodj View Post
    NME says, in the very issue that 'Get Back' enters only at 3 in their chart, that sales are approaching 250,000. Something doesn't add up.
    I disagree. It actually said "Sales of the Beatles' " Get Back " on Apple are expected to reach half-a-million within the next few days."

    See page 9 on 26/4/69 of New-Musical-Express-1969-04-26-OCR.pdf (worldradiohistory.com)


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  • Gambo
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    This is purely a guess guys, but regarding 'Get Back' I recall I raised an issue about its release date many years ago on this forum. It's official date was cited as Friday 11th April, yet clearly that did not materialise in practice because the single would then have appeared in the charts for W/E Saturday 19th. As we know, it made its debut across all charts the following week, indicating it actually only appeared in the shops during the W/C Monday 14th. I seem to remember someone chipping in on this point (could've been you Graham76Man?) to say that there had been some sort of distribution delay which meant that many shops didn't receive their stock of 'GB' until at least Tuesday 15th. Okay, given it would usually only require two days of sales for a Beatles single to chart and normally at No 1, could it nevertheless be possible that whatever the cause of this deferred release was, it meant many shops didn't have their stock until much later that week, or possibly only a smaller number of copies to sell? If that were the case, perhaps those sampled by NME and MM comprised many outlets that were yet to get their hands on the single (or enough editions of it) and so reported lower-than-expected totals by close of play Saturday 19th? BMRB's sample was of course significantly smaller, but then I'm guessing likely included many shops in London and the large cities, which arguably could've received their requisite stocks more swiftly than their more provincial counterparts?

    All this conjecture could be completely irrelevant, but it just struck me as a coincidence that there'd been this problem with distribution of that particular single and that it came out as such 'low' entry positions on two of the major national charts.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Yeah #30 maybe lost in transmission between compilation and print and no one picked up on it. Yeah it's strange how an advance figure like that, and I believe after the hype pre release that was the case, that it failed to enter at #1 in both NME and MM, all the more ironic as nearly all Beatles mid sixties records entered their charts at #1. I believe BMRB got it right here.

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  • Splodj
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    NME says, in the very issue that 'Get Back' enters only at 3 in their chart, that sales are approaching 250,000. Something doesn't add up. I was looking for an explanation of why they didn't have a number 30 last week but couldn't find any mention of it, although they compensate by having two this week!​​​​​​

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending April 26th 1969.

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending April 26th 1969 NME MM BMRB Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 85 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
    1 1 Israelites - Desmond Dekker and The Aces 1 1 2 15965
    NEW 2 Get Back - The Beatles 3 2 1 15400
    7 3 Goodbye - Mary Hopkin 2 3 3 15180
    2 4 I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye 4 4 6 14275
    10 5 Pinball Wizzard - The Who 6 5 4 13795
    3 6 Gentle On My Mind - Dean Martin 5 6 5 13660
    4 7 Boom Bang-A-Bang - Lulu 7 7 7 12840
    17 8 Cupid - Johnny Nash 9 8 13 11680
    24 9 Come Back And Shake Me - Clodagh Rodgers 10 11 8 11155
    6 10 In The Bad Bad Old Days - The Foundations 8 12 10 11135
    9 11 Windmills Of Your Mind - Noel Harrison 12 10 9 10920
    15 12 Harlem Shuffle - Bob and Earl 11 13 11 10200
    5 13 Sorry Suzanne - The Hollies 14 9 18 10005
    11 14 I Can Hear Music - The Beach Boys 13 15 12 9215
    8 15 Games People Play - Joe South 15 14 15 8810
    20 16 I Don't Know Why - Stevie Wonder 17 16 14 7995
    30 17 My Way - Frank Sinatra 16 21 17 6690
    25 18 (I'm A) Road Runner - Junior Walker and The All Stars 19 19 16 6675
    14 19 Good Times (Better Times) - Cliff Richard 20 17 25 6210
    13 20 Get Ready - The Temptations 18 20 26 5775
    12 21 Monsieur Dupont - Sandie Shaw 22 18 23 5730
    NEW 22 Man Of The World - Fleetwood Mac 21 23 21 4850
    21 23 Hello World - The Tremeloes 24 22 19 4670
    28 24 Michael And The Slipper Tree - The Equals 23 24 24 3945
    23 25 Passing Strangers - Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine 25 25 22 3465
    16 26 Where Do You Go To My Lovely - Peter Sarstedt 27 26 30 2135
    19 27 Surround Yourself With Sorrow - Cilla Black 26 27 2000
    18 28 First Of May - The Bee Gees 29 28 1150
    NEW 29 Badge - Cream 30 20 1135
    NEW 30 Plastic Man - The Kinks 28 29 1100
    22 If I Can Dream - Elvis Presley 30 30 450
    B My Sentimental Friend - Herman's Hermits 27 340
    X The Walls Fell Down - The Marbles 28 255
    B Behind A Painted Smile - The Isley Brothers 29 170
    27 Wichita Lineman - Glen Campbell
    26 The Way It Used To Be - Engelbert Humperdinck
    29 One Road - The Love Affair

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  • MrTibbs
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    NME and BMRB agree on #1 this week, MM still goes with Marvin Gaye. For some strange reason NME omits a #30 this week.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending April 19th 1969.

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending April 19th 1969 NME MM BMRB Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 200 250 85 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart TOP 30 Scored
    6 1 Israelites - Desmond Dekker and The Aces 1 2 1 15800
    1 2 I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye 2 1 3 15680
    2 3 Gentle On My Mind - Dean Martin 3 3 5 14810
    3 4 Boom Bang-A-Bang - Lulu 4 4 4 14445
    4 5 Sorry Suzanne - The Hollies 6 5 7 13540
    5 6 In The Bad Bad Old Days - The Foundations 5 6 8 13405
    16 7 Goodbye - Mary Hopkin 7 8 2 13015
    7 8 Games People Play - Joe South 8 7 9 12470
    10 9 Windmills Of Your Mind - Noel Harrison 9 9 10 11685
    17 10 Pinball Wizard - The Who 10 10 6 11575
    14 11 I Can Hear Music - The Beach Boys 11 12 11 10450
    8 12 Monsieur Dupont - Sandie Shaw 14 11 13 9930
    9 13 Get Ready - The Temptations 12 13 20 9235
    15 14 Good Times (Better Times) - Cliff Richard 13 14 19 8870
    19 15 Harlem Shuffle - Bob and Earl 15 18 16 7725
    11 16 Where Do You Go To My Lovely - Peter Sarstedt 16 16 22 7515
    27 17 Cupid - Johnny Nash 18 19 12 7215
    13 18 First Of May - The Bee Gees 17 15 28 7055
    12 19 Surround Yourself With Sorrow - Cilla Black 20 17 17 6890
    24 20 I Don't Know Why - Stevie Wonder 19 22 18 5755
    20 21 Hello World - The Tremeloes 25 21 14 5145
    18 22 If I Can Dream - Elvis Presley 22 20 26 4975
    25 23 Passing Strangers - Sarah Vaughan and Billy Eckstine 21 23 23 4680
    NEW 24 Come Back and Shake Me - Clodagh Rodgers 23 30 15 3210
    29 25 (I'm A ) Road Runner - Junior Walker and The All Stars 26 27 26 2425
    21 26 The Way It Used To Be - Engelbert Humperdinck 24 29 30 1985
    22 27 Wichita Lineman - Glen Campbell 24 1750
    NEW 28 Michael And The Slipper Tree - The Equals 29 28 25 1660
    26 29 One Road - The Love Affair 25 1500
    NEW 30 My Way - Frank Sinatra 27 23 1480
    23 You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - The Righteous Brothers 26 1250
    B Man Of The World - Fleetwood Mac 21 850
    B Dick-A-Dum-Dum - Des O'Connor 28 600
    X The Walls Fell Down - The Marbles 29 170
    28 Please Don't Go - Donald Peers
    30 Don Juan - Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich
    * NME strangely omitted a number 30 this week

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