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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending July 6th 1963

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending July 6th 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 I Like It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1 1 1 1 1 9900
    2 2 Atlantis - The Shadows 2 2 2 2 2 9570
    3 3 If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody - Freddie and The Dreamers 3 4 3 3 4 9110
    19 4 Confessin' (That I Love You) - Frank Ifield 4 3 6 4 3 8740
    4 5 Take These Chains From My Heart - Ray Charles 5 5 4 5 6 8700
    9 6 Bo Diddley - Buddy Holly 7 8 5 7 7 8120
    7 7 Deck Of Cards - Wink Martindale 6 6 7 8 5 8030
    5 8 From Me To You - The Beatles 8 7 8 6 8 7790
    10 9 Falling - Roy Orbison 9 9 10 9 10 7080
    6 10 Do You Want To Know A Secret - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 10 12 9 10 11 6850
    16 11 Da Doo Ron Ron - The Crystals 12 10 12 13 16 6300
    8 12 When Will You Say I Love You - Billy Fury 11 14 11 11 12 6270
    17 13 It's My Party - Lesley Gore 13 11 15 12 14 5860
    11 14 Forget Him - Bobby Rydell 15 16 13 14 13 5590
    15 15 Welcome To My World - Jim Reeves 14 15 14 16 9 5560
    13 16 Scarlett O'Hara - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan 16 18 16 18 17 4620
    12 17 Lucky Lips - Cliff Richard 17 17 18 17 19 4410
    NEW 18 Devil In Disguise - Elvis Presley 19 13 22 15 27 4070
    14 19 In Dreams - Roy Orbison 18 23 17 19 15 3980
    23 20 Bobby Tomorrow - Bobby Vee 21 21 21 22 21 3250
    18 21 The Ice Cream Man - The Tornados 20 27 19 20 18 3140
    20 22 Two Kinds Of Teardrops - Del Shannon 22 20 26 20 2230
    NEW 23 Sukiyaki - Kyu Sakamoto 26 20 25 2000
    25 24 Rondo - Kenny Ball 23= 28 23 27 24 1910
    28 25 Hey Mama - Frankie Vaughan 28 24 24 1750
    NEW 26 Twist And Shout - Brian Poole and The Tremeloes 23= 19 21 1700
    30 27 Twist And Shout - The Isley Brothers 27 22 23 1300
    NEW 28 You Can Never Stop Me Loving You - Kenny Lynch 25 30 27 25 22 1270
    27 29 Pipeline - The Chantays 26 28 840
    21 30 Can't Get Used To Losing You - Andy Williams 29 28 29 25 730
    B Sweets For Me Sweets - The Searchers 24 700
    B Nature's Time For Love - Joe Brown 26 500
    24 Nobody's Darlin' But Mine - Frank Ifield 29 26 450
    22 Young Lovers - Paul and Paula 30 30 23 390
    X I'll Cut Your Tail Off - John Leyton 24 350
    X It's Too Late Now - The Swinging Blue Jeans 30 28 250
    B Walkin' Tall - Adam Faith 29 200
    29 Shy Girl - Mark Wynter 29 60
    X Just Like Me - The Hollies 30 50
    X It's Been Nice - The Everly Brothers 30 30
    26 The Harvest Of Love - Benny Hill

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  • MrTibbs
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    Originally posted by RokinRobinOfLocksley View Post
    This could have been one of the weeks that Derek Chinnery's daughter (a school child) added up the numbers for the BBC chart, per what Dave Taylor told some of us...
    That's entirely possible. If it was the case the figures were obviously never checked because those errors stand out a mile

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    This could have been one of the weeks that Derek Chinnery's daughter (a school child) added up the numbers for the BBC chart, per what Dave Taylor told some of us...

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  • MrTibbs
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    Originally posted by Robbie View Post
    The top 14 of the POTP chart for 29/06/63 are largely (though not entirely due to joint positions) correct if the NME chart for the previous week is used and the current RR chart is ignored. The top 8 (including a joint number 7) definitely tally. The joint number 9 doesn't match (Falling is at number 10), 11 and 12 tally, there would be a joint number 13 (Forget Him and In Dreams) but after that there are a number of differences.
    It looks like the BBC messed up then for week of 29th June then.

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  • Robbie
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    The top 14 of the POTP chart for 29/06/63 are largely (though not entirely due to joint positions) correct if the NME chart for the previous week is used and the current RR chart is ignored. The top 8 (including a joint number 7) definitely tally. The joint number 9 doesn't match (Falling is at number 10), 11 and 12 tally, there would be a joint number 13 (Forget Him and In Dreams) but after that there are a number of differences.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Yeah in the Top 10 alone, 2, 3, =7, =9, are all wrong. Even discounting RR which was the one that was late at times the points still don't tally to the BBC listing.

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  • Splodj
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    2 & 3 wrong way round in BBC whichever contributory chart you take out. There is no recording or listing of this or next week's POTP, so it has to be queried whether they did actually make such an obvious mistake.

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  • kingofskiffle
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    Originally posted by MrTibbs View Post
    Something very wrong at the BBC this week their points don't correlate with their chart positions.

    In comes Twist and Shout from The Isley Brothers, but their will be two bigger versions charting soon.
    If you took out Disc would the BBC points match this week? Thats all I can think thats happened - they removed a chart that they didn’t have in time.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Something very wrong at the BBC this week their points don't correlate with their chart positions.

    In comes Twist and Shout from The Isley Brothers, but their will be two bigger versions charting soon.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending June 29th 1963

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending June 29th 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 I Like It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1 1 1 1 1 9900
    6 2 Atlantis - The Shadows 3 2 2 3 2 9520
    2 3 If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody - Freddie and The Dreamers 2 3 3 2 3 9290
    5 4 Take These Chains From My Heart - Ray Charles 4 4 4 4 5 8880
    3 5 From Me To You - The Beatles 5 6 5 6 4 8460
    4 6 Do You Want To Know A Secret - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 6 7 7 5 7 8020
    8 7 Deck Of Cards - Wink Martindale 7= 5 8 7 8 7940
    7 8 When Will You Say I Love You - Billy Fury 7= 8 6 9 10 7780
    10 9 Bo Diddley - Buddy Holly 9= 11 9 8 6 7200
    12 10 Falling - Roy Orbison 9= 9 10 10 9 7060
    15 11 Forget Him - Bobby Rydell 13 15 11 11 14 6110
    11 12 Lucky Lips - Cliff Richard 11 14 12 12 12 6070
    9 13 Scarlett O'Hara - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan 12 15 13 15 11 5700
    13 14 In Dreams - Roy Orbison 14 18 14 14 13 5240
    25 15 Welcome To My World - Jim Reeves 17= 17 16 17 15 4830
    22 16 Da Doo Ron Ron - The Crystals 21 12 19 18 17 4770
    20 17 It's My Party - Lesley Gore 20 13 18 16 24 4710
    18 18 The Ice Cream Man - The Tornados 16 19 15 19 18 4590
    NEW 19 Confessin' (That I Love You) - Frank Ifield 17= 10 22 13 23 4590
    14 20 Two Kinds Of Teardrops - Del Shannon 15 22 17 20 16 4000
    17 21 Can't Get Used To Losing You - Andy Williams 19 21 20 22 19 3460
    16 22 Young Lovers - Paul and Paula 24 23 24 25 20 2480
    NEW 23 Bobby Tomorrow - Bobby Vee 22 20 28 21 22 2320
    21 24 Nobody's Darlin' But Mine - Frank Ifield 23 30 21 21 1900
    NEW 25 Rondo - Kenny Ball 25= 25 27 28 28 1440
    24 26 The Harvest Of Love - Benny Hill 29= 23 1200
    19 27 Pipeline - The Chantays 27= 29 25 29 1200
    29 28 Hey Mama - Frankie Vaughan 25= 23 29 30 1130
    26 29 Shy Girl - Mark Wynter 26 26 1000
    NEW 30 Twist And Shout - The Isley Brothers 29= 27 27 600
    X Just Like Me - The Hollies 27= 23 25 580
    X Swing That Hammer - Mike Cotton's Jazzmen 26 500
    B Nature's Time For Love - Joe Brown 24 350
    B Sukiyaki - Kyu Sakamoto 28 300
    X It's Been Nice - the Everly Brothers 30 26 300
    23 How Do You Do It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 27 120
    27 Another Saturday Night - Sam Cooke 29 60
    X Ain't That A Shame - The Four Seasons 30 50
    28 From A Jack To A King - Ned Miller
    30 Losing You - Brenda Lee
    * The BBC chart is way out this week. Points don't correlate with chart positions.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending June 22nd 1963

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending June 22nd 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 I Like It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1 1 1 1 1 9900
    5 2 If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody - Freddie and The Dreamers 2 2 2 2 3 9540
    3 3 From Me To You - The Beatles 3 5 3 3 2 9070
    2 4 Do You Want To Know A Secret - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 4 6 4 4 4 8710
    4 5 Take These Chains From My Heart - Ray Charles 5 4 5 5 6 8650
    8 6 Atlantis - The Shadows 6 3 6 6 9 8460
    6 7 When Will You Say I Love You - Billy Fury 7 7 7 8 5 7930
    9 8 Deck Of Cards - Wink Martindale 8 8 8 7 8 7640
    7 9 Scarlett O'Hara - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan 9 11 9 9 7 7120
    14 10 Bo Diddley - Buddy Holly 10 10 11 10 13 6690
    10 11 Lucky Lips - Cliff Richard 11 13 10 11 10 6580
    13 12 Falling - Roy Orbison 12 9 12 13 12 6520
    11 13 In Dreams - Roy Orbison 13 12 13 12 11 6150
    12 14 Two Kinds Of Teardrops - Del Shannon 14 17 14 15 15 5230
    18 15 Forget Him - Bobby Rydell 15 18 15 14 16 5000
    15 16 Young Lovers - Paul and Paula 16 15 18 19 17 4570
    16 17 Can't Get Used To Losing You - Andy Williams 17 21 16 18 14 4410
    20 18 The Ice Cream Man - The Tornados 18 19 19 16 22 4020
    17 19 Pipeline - The Chantays 19 23 17 21 25 3580
    25 20 It's My Party - Lesley Gore 21= 16 27 17 2800
    19 21 Nobody's Darlin' But Mine - Frank Ifield 20 28 20 26 18 2590
    NEW 22 Da Doo Ron Ron - The Crystals 23 14 20 2250
    22 23 How Do You Do It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 21= 21 24 19 2210
    21 24 Harvest Of Love - Benny Hill 24 28 22 27 20 2180
    NEW 25 Welcome To My World - Jim Reeves 25 19 28 25 26 2100
    27 26 Shy Girl - Mark Wynter 27 24 23 28 1990
    28 27 Another Saturday Night - Sam Cooke 26 26 25 23 1640
    23 28 From A Jack To A King - Ned Miller 28 24 21 1350
    NEW 29 Hey Mama - Frankie Vaughan 30= 22 29 1000
    24 30 Losing You - Brenda Lee 29 26 24 960
    B Rondo - Kenny Ball 25 28 750
    X Ain't That A Shame - The Four Seasons 30= 28 23 700
    X Indian Love Call - Karl Denver 26 30 550
    26 It's Been Nice - The Everly Brothers 28 30 450
    B Bobby Tomorrow - Bobby Vee 22 450
    X Just Like Me - The Hollies 29 27 420
    29 He's So Fine - The Chiffons 29 60
    30 Casablanca - Kenny Ball 30 30

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  • Graham76man
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    Originally posted by RokinRobinOfLocksley View Post
    Interesting that From Me To You was such a monster hit in the UK, but here in the States it didn't do much of anything. As Beatlemania was raging in early 1964, 17 charted sides across 6 labels in the first 4 months, 5 of which made #1, FMTY only eked out a #41 showing. Granted it was the b-side of Please Please Me here, which got up to #3, so buyers of that record got both songs, but DJs were opting to play the many other Beatle records instead.

    I don't even remember hearing FMTY on the radio. In fact, I didn't even know it existed until The Beatles Red Album 1962-66 was released in 1973. Capitol records had never released it on an LP even after they secured the rights back from Vee-Jay. Same thing with Misery and There's A Place, I didn't know they existed till the mid-70s, Capitol didn't release them on an LP until the US Rarities disc in 1980.

    Far out...
    The reason that early Beatles records were not doing so well, is down to Capitol Records. Even though it was owned by EMI, they were given control over what records were released in the USA. So much so they were simply catering to what was the taste and would be popular to American audiences only. Though they don't sound it these days the early Beatles songs were too suggestive sex wise and the USA was not really open to these kinds of songs. Capitol Records wouldn't put them out. So George Martin agreed to allow the smaller labels to put them out instead. So at least they would get some exposure. It wasn't until the Beatles came up with "I Wanna Hold Your Hand". Which wasn't considered to sexual, that Capitol agreed to issue the record. Resulting in the first number one in the USA.

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  • brian05
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    But Manchester strikes back with Freddie and The Dreamers and The Hollies (pity they didn't make the Top 20 with their debut).

    Strange that FMTY is still no. 1 in RR (7 weeks in total).

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  • MrTibbs
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    For the second time in a row Gerry comes from outside the top five to take #1, this time snatching it from the hands of The Beatles but at least Billy J gets a consolation prize successfully defending #2 forcing The Beatles down to #3. Liverpool is in dominating form holding all top three chart positions.

    One of my all time favs debuts this week, pop music at it's infectious and endearing best, Lesley Gore's anthemic It's My Party. Wonderful pop record .

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending June 15th 1963

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending June 15th 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
    7 1 I Like It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1 1 2 1 2 9720
    2 2 Do You Want To Know A Secret - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 2 2 1 2 3 9690
    1 3 From Me To You - The Beatles 3 3 3 4 1 9250
    6 4 Take These Chains From My Heart - Ray Charles 5 4 4 5 8 8740
    12 5 If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody - Freddie and The Dreamers 4 4 5 3 7 8720
    4 6 When Will You say I Love You - Billy Fury 6 6 7 6 4 8160
    3 7 Scarlett O'Hara - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan 7 8 6 8 5 7980
    18 8 Atlantis - The Shadows 9 6 10 7 12 7420
    11 9 Deck Of Cards - Wink Martindale 10 9 8 10 9 7360
    5 10 Lucky Lips - Cliff Richard 8 10 9 9 6 7250
    9 11 In Dreams - Roy Orbison 11 12 11 11 10 6530
    8 12 Two Kinds Of Teardrops - Del Shannon 12 14 12 14 13 5940
    14 13 Falling - Roy Orbison 13= 13 14 12 17 5720
    29 14 Bo Diddley - Buddy Holly 13= 11 16 13 16 5600
    13 15 Young Lovers - Paul and Paula 15 15 15 16 11 5350
    10 16 Can't Get Used To Losing You - Andy Williams 16 18 13 15 14 5310
    15 17 Pipeline - The Chantays 19 20 17 19 19 4160
    22 18 Forget Him - Bobby Rydell 17 19 19 17 18 4090
    19 19 Nobody's Darlin But Mine - Frank Ifield 18 21 18 20 15 3980
    24 20 The Ice Cream Man - The Tornados 20 16 21 18 25 3830
    21 21 Harvest Of Love - Benny Hill 22 17 24 26 24 2910
    17 22 How Do You Do It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 21 29 20 21 20 2680
    20 23 From A Jack To A King - Ned Miller 23 22 24 22 1970
    16 24 Losing You - Brenda Lee 24 23 28 21 1650
    NEW 25 It's My Party - Lesley Gore 25= 22 23 1300
    NEW 26 It's Been Nice - The Everly Brothers 25= 23 22 1250
    26 27 Shy Girl - Mark Wynter 26 27 30 30 1180
    28 28 Another Saturday Night - Sam Cooke 28 25 28 27 1170
    23 29 He's So Fine - The Chiffons 27 25 23 1140
    25 30 Casablanca - Kenny Ball 26 28 840
    X Indian Love Call - Karl Denver 24 29 800
    X Ain't That A Shame - The Four Seasons 29 26 25 800
    30 Little Band Of Gold - James Gilreath 29 29 360
    X Just Like Me - The Hollies 30 27 26 350
    B Da Doo Ron Ron - The Crystals 28 300
    My Way - Eddie Cochran 30 150
    X She's New To You - Susan Maughan 30 100
    27 Say I Won't Be There - The Springfields

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    Originally posted by MrTibbs View Post
    Robin when in the sixties did you return to the states, and as a matter of interest did you also get into late sixties early seventies American music ?. I have to admit I'm also a sucker for that era of American music.
    I arrived in England late July 65, a week after "Help" was released. Stayed until late March 68, 2 weeks after "Lady Madonna" was released. My life history as defined in Beatle records, ha. I very much enjoyed US late 60s/early 70s pop/rock. 1971 is probably my favorite year for music to this day. Such fond memories of everywhere we lived (Dad was in the USAF), and the music, especially England. How ironic, as the British Invasion was occurring in the States, here I was over in the UK, and thankful for it !!

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    Originally posted by brian05 View Post

    There's A Place was the B-side of Twist and Shout which was released on the Tollie label in March 1964. It reached no. 74 in Billboard while the A side was no. 2 in Billboard and no. 1 in Cashbox.

    Misery and There's A Place were both included in the Vee Jay album Introducing the Beatles released in March 1964 in US. I'm surprised you never heard of them till the mid-70s.
    Alas, I was but a mere lad of 7 years at the time, no money for records, didn't even go to record shops, thus I never saw these, ha. Then they went out of print in 1964 on Tollie and Vee Jay when Capitol reclaimed the rights, but they never reissued them on an LP. They (and From Me To You) should have gone on The Early Beatles LP, but Capitol limited LPs to just 11 cuts, so nowhere to put them. With so many Beatles records continuously coming out the gate, they got put on the back burner. I see these 3 songs were reissued on 45s on the "Capitol Star Line" label in Oct 65, but by then I was in England for a 3 year stint. I did ask for a Beatles LP for my 9th birthday, this is what my parents gave me, scarred me for life, ha:

    https://www.discogs.com/The-Liverpoo...U6Njc0NjA1OQ==

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  • kjell
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    Yeah, it’s time 69 gets a decent treatment.

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  • kingofskiffle
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    Really pleased your going to do 1969.

  • MrTibbs
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    Robin when in the sixties did you return to the states, and as a matter of interest did you also get into late sixties early seventies American music ?. I have to admit I'm also a sucker for that era of American music.

    Thanks Brian and I'm happy to be able to share not just The Ultimate Chart but also the other charts lined up side by side for you guys to compare and enjoy.

    I'm actually having a ball with the 1969 'fun' averaged charts. They are actually surprisingly consistent and robust, stabilising the yo-yo effect of the BMRB chart and by including the NME and MM getting an overall smoother chart that gives a best of all three result.

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  • brian05
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    Originally posted by RokinRobinOfLocksley View Post
    Same thing with Misery and There's A Place, I didn't know they existed till the mid-70s, Capitol didn't release them on an LP until the US Rarities disc in 1980.
    There's A Place was the B-side of Twist and Shout which was released on the Tollie label in March 1964. It reached no. 74 in Billboard while the A side was no. 2 in Billboard and no. 1 in Cashbox.

    Misery and There's A Place were both included in the Vee Jay album Introducing the Beatles released in March 1964 in US. I'm surprised you never heard of them till the mid-70s.

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  • brian05
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    18 Atlantis - The Shadows

    Another large difference - 12 in NME but only 27 in RR.

    I didn't know the BBC had a joint no. 1 this week - you learn something new every day.
    Thanks Mr Tibbs for publishing these charts.

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    Interesting that From Me To You was such a monster hit in the UK, but here in the States it didn't do much of anything. As Beatlemania was raging in early 1964, 17 charted sides across 6 labels in the first 4 months, 5 of which made #1, FMTY only eked out a #41 showing. Granted it was the b-side of Please Please Me here, which got up to #3, so buyers of that record got both songs, but DJs were opting to play the many other Beatle records instead.

    I don't even remember hearing FMTY on the radio. In fact, I didn't even know it existed until The Beatles Red Album 1962-66 was released in 1973. Capitol records had never released it on an LP even after they secured the rights back from Vee-Jay. Same thing with Misery and There's A Place, I didn't know they existed till the mid-70s, Capitol didn't release them on an LP until the US Rarities disc in 1980.

    Far out...

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  • MrTibbs
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    Ha Ha, The Beatles and Billy J. both top 2 of the four charts each but thanks to shop polling the Beatles hang on to #1 on The Ultimate Chart by the smallest of margins. Justice prevails methinks.

    It's an important week for two chart stalwarts who enter this week, The Shadows will have their very last top three hit and Buddy Holly will have his last top ten hit. The times they are a-changin'.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending June 8th 1963

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending June 8th 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 From Me To You - The Beatles 1= 2 1 2 1 9750
    2 2 Do You Want To Know A Secret - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 1= 1 2 1 2 9720
    3 3 Scarlett O'Hara - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan 3 3 3 3 4 9210
    8 4 When Will You Say I Love You - Billy Fury 4 5 4 5 3 8790
    4 5 Lucky Lips - Cliff Richard 5 7 5 4 8 8340
    10 6 Take These Chains From My Heart - Ray Charles 6 6 6 8 5 8180
    16 7 I Like It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 7 4 9 6 7 7970
    7 8 Two Kinds Of Teardrops - Del Shannon 8 9 7 7 6 7750
    6 9 In Dreams - Roy Orbison 9 8 11 9 11 7000
    5 10 Can't Get Used To Losing You - Andy Williams 10 13 8 10 10 6930
    9 11 Deck Of Cards - Wink Martindale 11 11 10 12 9 6760
    17 12 If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody - Freddie and The Dreamers 12 10 12 11 12 6520
    11 13 Young Lovers - Paul and Paula 13 15 13 14 13 5690
    24 14 Falling - Roy Orbison 14 14 20 15 19 4510
    19 15 Pipeline - The Chantays 16 21 15 18 16 4500
    15 16 Losing You - Brenda Lee 15 17 18 16 18 4490
    12 17 How Do You Do It - Gerry and The Pacemakers 17 23 16 17 15 4230
    NEW 18 Atlantis - The Shadows 18 12 23 13 27 4120
    13 19 Nobody's Darlin' But Mine - Frank Ifield 19 22 14 14 3960
    14 20 From A Jack To A King - Ned Miller 20 28 17 19 17 3420
    22 21 Harvest Of Love - Benny Hill 22 18 22 24 23 3240
    23 22 Forget Him - Bobby Rydell 21 19 24 20 21 3100
    18 23 He's So Fine - The Chiffons 23= 27 19 21 20 3030
    NEW 24 The Ice Cream man - The Tornados 23= 16 27 23 2500
    21 25 Casablanca - Kenny Ball 25= 21 27 28 1790
    27 26 Shy Girl - Mark Wynter 29 20 28 1250
    20 27 Say I Won't Be There - The Springfields 27= 25 22 1170
    30 28 Another Saturday Night - Sam Cooke 25= 26 30 26 25 1080
    NEW 29 Bo Diddley - Buddy Holly 27= 25 22 1050
    RE 30 Little Band Of Gold - James Gilreath 30 26 29 910
    25 Brown Eyed Handsome Man - Buddy Holly 30 28 30 24 710
    X Let's Go Steady Again - Neil Sedaka 24 700
    My Way - Eddie Cochran 29 26 450
    B It's Been Nice - The Everly Brothers 25 300
    X Out Of My Mind - Johnny Tillotson 29 200
    X Foolish Little Girl - The Shirelles 29 100
    28 Walk Like A Man - The Four Seasons 30 30
    26 Rhythm Of The Rain - The Cascades
    29 The Folk Singer - Tommy Roe

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