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  • The Tornados continue to hold everything at bay, Little Eva will be stopped in her tracks, Cliff realises It Won't Be Him, and in comes Del Shannon with my personal favourite of his, The Swiss Maid, a great pop record.
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    • Originally posted by MrTibbs View Post
      1972 proved to be a good year for sixties re-issues, off the top of my head it also benefited Little Eva, Mary Wells, Procol Harum, The Drifters, B. Bumble and The Stingers, The Shangri Las, Roy C.
      In fact if you look at the 70's label site, (link below) which lists record labels by cat number in order, it becomes clear that record labels were always re-issuing records. Most simply didn't sell enough to make the charts.
      https://www.7tt77.co.uk/
      1976 was another year they went mad on. Notably when the Beatles singles were re-issued.
      In many ways it was just easy money for the record companies since they didn't have any recording costs. Plus they were often used on TV adverts.
      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 October 27th 1962

        The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending October 27th 1962 NME MM DISC RR Total
        Last This The Sound Survey Stores 80 110 50 30 Points
        Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
        1 1 Telstar - The Tornados 1 1 1 1 1 8100
        2 2 The Loco-Motion - Little Eva 2 2 2 2 2 7830
        3 3 Sheila - Tommy Roe 3 3 4 3 3 7450
        4 4 It Might As Well Rain Until September - Carole King 4 5 3 4 4 7320
        6 5 Ramblin' Rose - Nat King Cole 5 4 6 5 5 6990
        10 6 Venus In Blue Jeans - Mark Wynter 6 6 5 7 6 6810
        13 7 Let's Dance - Chris Montez 7 7 8 6 7 6420
        7 8 You Don't Know Me - Ray Charles 9 9 7 10 12 6020
        9 9 What Now My Love - Shirley Bassey 8 10 9 9 8 5890
        5 10 She's Not You - Elvis Presley 10 13 10 11 9 5410
        19 11 The Swiss Maid - Del Shannon 11 11 13 13 10 5110
        16 12 Sherry - The Four Seasons 12= 12 12 12 15 5040
        8 13 It'll Be Me - Cliff Richard 14 15 11 14 11 4930
        NEW 14 Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodel - Frank Ifield 12= 8 19 8 16 4760
        21 15 Devil Woman - Marty Robbins 15 14 16 15 13 4350
        11 16 I Remember You - Frank Ifield 16 17 14 16 14 4250
        15 17 Lonely - Mr. Acker Bilk 17 18 15 17 17 3920
        12 18 Don't That Beat All - Adam Faith 18 20 17 18 20 3400
        14 19 It Started All Over Again - Brenda Lee 19 21 18 19 18 3220
        18 20 Roses Are Red - Ronnie Carroll 20 29 21 22 19 2070
        26 21 Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On - Johnny Tillotson 21 22 26 20 26 1970
        25 22 If A Man Answers - Bobby Darin 23= 24 24 26 24 1790
        29 23 Bobby's Girl - Susan Maughan 22 25 25 23 23 1780
        17 24 Sealed With A Kiss - Brian Hyland 25 20 24 25 1740
        22 25 Reminiscing - Buddy Holly 23= 28 22 27 21 1730
        NEW 26 No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile - The Everly Brothers 27 19 21 30 1490
        20 27 Things - Bobby Darin 26 23 25 22 1450
        30 28 The Pay-Off - Kenny Ball 28 23 29 700
        23 29 Guitar Tango - The Shadows 29 27 27 560
        NEW 30 Because Of Love - Billy Fury 26 29 500
        She Taught Me How To Yodel - Frank Ifield 16
        27 Will I What - Mike Sarne 28 330
        B Love Me Do - The Beatles 27 320
        B Oh Lonesome Me - Craig Douglas 30 28 28 240
        24 Breaking Up Is Hard To Do - Neil Sedaka 29 220
        28 Theme From 'The Man With The Golden Gun' / Some People - Jet Harris 30 110
        B The 'James Bond' Theme - John Barry 30 80
        X Ever Since You Said Goodbye - Marty Wilde 30 50
        B - Will Chart
        X - Won't Chart
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        • Look who from Liverpool is 'Breaking' this week. Looks like they are about to happen
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          • Greetings Pop Pickers !

            Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 3rd 1962

            The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 3rd 1962 NME MM DISC RR Total
            Last This The Sound Survey Stores 80 110 50 30 Points
            Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
            1 1 Telstar - The Tornados 1 1 1 1 1 8100
            7 2 Let's Dance - Chris Montez 2 2 4 3 2 7560
            2 3 The Loco-Motion - Little Eva 3 4 2 4 3 7540
            14 4 Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodel - Frank Ifield 4 2 7 2 5 7190
            6 5 Venus In Blue Jeans - Mark Wynter 5 5 5 6 4 7000
            3 6 Sheila - Tommy Roe 6= 8 3 5 9 6880
            4 7 It Might As Well Rain Until September - Carole King 6= 6 6 7 6 6700
            5 8 Ramblin' Rose - Nat King Cole 8 9 8 8 7 6160
            11 9 The Swiss Maid - Del Shannon 9 7 9 9 8 6130
            12 10 Sherry - The Four Seasons 10 10 10 11 11 5590
            9 11 What Now My Love - Shirley Bassey 11 11 11 10 13 5390
            8 12 You Don't Know Me - Ray Charles 13 13 12 12 14 4990
            15 13 Devil Woman - Marty Robbins 12 12 13 13 12 4970
            10 14 She's Not You - Elvis Presley 14 14 14 15 10 4660
            23 15 Bobby's Girl - Susan Maughan 15 15 18 14 17 3980
            16 16 I Remember You - Frank Ifield 16 19 16 17 18 3700
            17 17 Lonely - Mr. Acker Bilk 17= 20 17 19 16 3470
            26 18 No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile - The Everly Brothers 17= 15 21 16 20 3460
            13 19 It'll Be Me - Cliff Richard 19 25 15 18 15 3370
            19 20 It Started All Over Again - Brenda Lee 22 19 24 19 2030
            18 21 Don't That Beat All - Adam Faith 23 20 21 23 1950
            21 22 Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On - Johnny Tillotson 21 22 27 22 21 1910
            NEW 23 Oh Lonesome Me - Craig Douglas 20 25 25 23 24 1750
            30 24 Because Of Love - Billy Fury 24= 23 28 20 25 1700
            NEW 25 Kid Galahad (EP) - Elvis Presley 24= 18 25 1340
            NEW 26 Sun Arise - Rolf Harris 27 21 30 26 1160
            20 27 Roses Are Red - Ronnie Carroll 26 23 22 1150
            22 28 If A Man Answers - Bobby Darin 28= 22 28 1080
            25 29 Reminiscing - Buddy Holly 28= 24 26 920
            NEW 30 The 'James Bond' Theme - John Barry 23 640
            She Taught Me How To Yodel - Frank Ifield 17
            24 Sealed With A Kiss - Brian Hyland 26 29 610
            28 The Pay-Off - Kenny Ball 30 28 27 360
            X Keep Away From Other Girls - Helen Shapiro 27 320
            27 Things - Bobby Darin 29 220
            X Ever Since You Said Goodbye - Marty Wilde 27 200
            X If Only Tomorrow - Ronnie Carroll 29 160
            X Warmed Over Kisses - Brian Hyland 29 160
            B Must Be Madison - Joe Loss 28 150
            B Love Me Tender - Richard Chamberlain 29 100
            X Limbo Rock - Chubby Checker 30 50
            29 Guitar Tango - The Shadows 30 30
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            • WOT!! No Beatles this week? One hit wonder?

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              • Originally posted by brian05 View Post
                WOT!! No Beatles this week? One hit wonder?
                Don't worry Brian lol, they will be back .. very soon
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                • 'She Taught Me How To Yodel' is the much better known side of Frankie Ifield's single. Was it listed as a AA side on Record Retailer? On polyhex.com only 'Lovesick Blues' is listed and I think it may have been the same in the Guinness Book Of British Hit Singles.

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                  • Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                    'She Taught Me How To Yodel' is the much better known side of Frankie Ifield's single. Was it listed as a AA side on Record Retailer? On polyhex.com only 'Lovesick Blues' is listed and I think it may have been the same in the Guinness Book Of British Hit Singles.
                    NME, as you can see, listed it as split sides and MM also listed it as a double 'A' side. Neither Disc or RR did though both of those just listing Lovesick Blues which I think was the main release side.
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                    • Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                      'She Taught Me How To Yodel' is the much better known side of Frankie Ifield's single.
                      Most likely that has been the case in the later decades, as it was reissued in 1991 (in a remixed version) and reached the top 40. But was it really also the better known side in 1962 (meaning that Disc and RR would have both got it very wrong)?

                      "Lovesick Blues" seems to have been the more popular song internationally in any case, charting in a few European countries and even the US (#44 in Billboard, #50 in Cash Box) where the sides of each single were separated based on airplay. "She Taught Me How to Yodel" doesn't appear to have made the charts in any other country. I prefer the former by far.

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                      • Re this post and comment:
                        Here is yet another big omission for your attention on your copies of the BBC charts. Freddie and The Dreamers I'm Telling You Now, is completely missing from 10th August 1963. To me it looks like it should have been placed on the BBC chart as a new entry for that week as the points indicate such, but it was not. Then it is completely absent for the weeks 17th, 24th, and 31st on the transcript. It re-appears on 6th September.
                        Interesting. "I'm Telling You Now" is missing from the EARLY Dave/Trevor BBC files for Aug 1963, but shows up in the LATER file revisions, at #28, #12, #3, #2.


                        My notes on the broadcast at the time definitely had this record at #12, #3, #2, so someone must have missed it on the logs at that time, and then revised it....

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                        • Thanks membranemusic. The POTP broadcasts have proved invaluable time and time again when we come across transcript errors. That said I had looked at the earlier BBC transcript rather than the updated version Robin referred to which corrected the error. The updated version is to hand now
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                          • Originally posted by setg1 View Post
                            Most likely that has been the case in the later decades, as it was reissued in 1991 (in a remixed version) and reached the top 40. But was it really also the better known side in 1962 (meaning that Disc and RR would have both got it very wrong)?

                            "Lovesick Blues" seems to have been the more popular song internationally in any case, charting in a few European countries and even the US (#44 in Billboard, #50 in Cash Box) where the sides of each single were separated based on airplay. "She Taught Me How to Yodel" doesn't appear to have made the charts in any other country. I prefer the former by far.
                            I was thinking that perhaps 'She Taught Me How To Yodel' may have been the better known side by the 80s. It's another single my mother owned and I have always been aware of 'Yodel' more than 'Lovesick Blues' so perhaps it was just a personal choice by my mother to play what is the B side. But I can remember hearing 'Yodel' on the radio back in the 70s and 80s so possibly by then the track was gaining in popularity.

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                            • Greetings Pop Pickers !

                              Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 10th 1962

                              The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 10th 1962 NME MM DISC RR Total
                              Last This The Sound Survey Stores 80 110 50 30 Points
                              Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
                              4 1 Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodel - Frank Ifield 1 1 3 1 1 7880
                              1 2 Telstar - The Tornados 3 2 1 3 3 7860
                              2 3 Let's Dance - Chris Montez 2 2 2 2 2 7830
                              3 4 The Loco-Motion - Little Eva 5 5 4 4 5 7180
                              9 5 The Swiss Maid - Del Shannon 4 4 5 5 4 7130
                              5 6 Venus In Blue Jeans - Mark Wynter 6 6 6 6 6 6750
                              10 7 Sherry - The Four Seasons 7 7 7 7 9 6420
                              8 8 Ramblin' Rose - Nat King Cole 8= 9 9 8 8 6020
                              7 9 It Might As Well Rain Until September - Carole King 8= 8 10 9 7 5970
                              6 10 Sheila - Tommy Roe 10 10 8 10 10 5890
                              13 11 Devil Woman - Marty Robbins 11 11 11 12 11 5350
                              15 12 Bobby's Girl - Susan Maughan 12 12 12 11 13 5150
                              11 13 What Now My Love - Shirley Bassey 13 14 13 13 12 4810
                              18 14 No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile - The Everly Brothers 14 13 15 14 14 4560
                              12 15 You Don't Know Me - Ray Charles 15 19 14 15 15 4110
                              14 16 She's Not You - Elvis Presley 16 16 16 20 17 3820
                              16 17 I Remember You - Frank Ifield 17 18 17 18 16 3680
                              23 18 Oh Lonesome Me - Craig Douglas 18 19 20 17 19 3230
                              17 19 Lonely - Mr. Acker Bilk 20 23 19 19 22 2830
                              24 20 Because Of Love - Billy Fury 19 24 21 16 18 2800
                              26 21 Sun Arise - Rolf Harris 21 26 18 21 20 2660
                              30 22 The 'James Bond' Theme - John Barry 23 21 24 29 24 1880
                              19 23 It'll Be Me - Cliff Richard 22 22 22 21 1740
                              25 24 Kid Galahad (EP) - Elvis Presley 24 15 23 1680
                              22 25 Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On - Johnny Tillotson 25 28 25 24 25 1430
                              NEW 26 (Dance With The) Guitar Man - Duane Eddy 26 22 25 1020
                              20 27 It Started All Over Again - Brenda Lee 28= 23 29 940
                              NEW 28 Must Be Madison - Joe Loss 27 30 28 26 26 810
                              21 29 Don't That Beat All - Adam Faith 26 550
                              NEW 30 It Only Took A Minute - Joe Brown 25 480
                              She Taught Me How To Yodel - Frank Ifield 17
                              The Pay-Off - Kenny Ball 28= 29 23 460
                              28 If A Man Answers - Bobby Darin 27 440
                              X If Only Tomorrow - Ronnie Carroll 27 320
                              B Love Me Do - The Beatles 30 28 260
                              B Love Me Tender - Richard Chamberlain 30 30 30 27 250
                              X Warmed Over Kisses - Brian Hyland 28 240
                              X Ever Since You Said Goodbye - Marty Wilde 27 200
                              27 Roses Are Red - Ronnie Carroll 28 90
                              B A Forever Kind Of Love - Bobby Vee 30 30
                              29 Reminiscing - Buddy Holly
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                              • I keep seeing so many great singles in the 1962 charts that I've just bought a mighty 250 track download called "1962 - 250 Hits". The album was released in 2012 just prior to the extension of copyright on sound recordings not yet in the public domain from 50 years to 70 years. The album is available as a download and is probably still available at amazon as the label which released the album has long ceased trading.

                                For 7.99 this is a bargain

                                https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

                                There is a 1961 equivalent, also 250 tracks, which has far too many duds for me but even so, I've just bought it...

                                https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

                                The seem to be the only two albums available in this "250 Hits" series. Presumably the extension of copyright put a halt to any future plans.

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                                • Those are good buys Robbie. Yeah as with most years 61 and 62 had lots of stuff I came to like too, and before then also I should say.

                                  However my music awareness and awakening happened in 1963 , gradually, then took off with She Loves You by The Beatles. I can actually still remember the thrill it gave me when I first heard it. I got a Dansette record player for Christmas that year and a selection of records from the top twenty around that time, She Loves You among them of course and the Twist And Shout EP. Then with money I got at Christmas I bought I Want To Hold Your Hand. Magical Times
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                                  • Greetings Pop Pickers !

                                    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 17th 1962

                                    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 17th 1962 NME MM DISC RR Total
                                    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 80 110 50 30 Points
                                    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
                                    1 1 Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodel -Frank Ifield 1 1 1 1 1 8100
                                    3 2 Let's Dance - Chris Montez 2 2 2 2 2 7830
                                    2 3 Telstar - The Tornados 3 3 3 3 4 7530
                                    5 4 The Swiss Maid - Del Shannon 4 3 4 4 3 7400
                                    6 5 Venus In Blue Jeans - Mark Wynter 5 5 5 5 5 7020
                                    4 6 The Loco-Motion - Little Eva 6 8 6 6 7 6560
                                    12 7 Bobby's Girl - Susan Maughan 7 6 8 8 6 6430
                                    7 8 Sherry - The Four Seasons 8 7 7 7 9 6420
                                    8 9 Ramblin' Rose - Nat King Cole 9 10 9 10 8 5840
                                    11 10 Devil Woman - Marty Robbins 10 9 11 9 12 5630
                                    10 11 Sheila - Tommy Roe 11 13 10 12 10 5330
                                    9 12 It Might As Well Rain Until September - Carole King 12 12 12 11 11 5210
                                    14 13 No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile - The Everly Brothers 13 11 13 13 14 4990
                                    21 14 Sun Arise - Rolf Harris 14 19 16 17 13 3850
                                    18 15 Oh Lonesome Me - Craig Douglas 15 15 18 16 19 3820
                                    13 16 What Now My Love - Shirley Bassey 16 25 14 14 16 3650
                                    26 17 (Dance With The) Guitar Man - Duane Eddy 17 14 23 15 18 3430
                                    17 18 I Remember You - Frank Ifield 18 26 15 19 15 3240
                                    22 19 The 'James Bond' Theme - John Barry 19 20 17 21 21 3220
                                    15 20 You Don't Know Me - Ray Charles 20 23 19 20 17 2930
                                    20 21 Because Of Love - Billy Fury 22 23 20 18 24 2710
                                    28 22 Must Be Madison - Joe Loss 21 18 24 22 20 2590
                                    NEW 23 Love Me Tender - Richard Chamberlain 23 16 25 24 23 2450
                                    16 24 She's Not You - Elvis Presley 24 28 21 23 22 2010
                                    24 25 Kid Galahad (EP) - Elvis Presley 25 17 26 1370
                                    19 26 Lonely - Mr. Acker Bilk 30 22 28 25 1320
                                    25 27 Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On - Johnny Tillotson 26 26 25 28 940
                                    NEW 28 The Main Attraction - Pat Boone 27= 21 800
                                    NEW 29 Love Me Do - The Beatles 29 28 27 29 590
                                    NEW 30 Desafinado - Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd 27= 27 29 27 540
                                    She Taught Me How To Yodel - Frank Ifield 22
                                    23 It'll Be Me - Cliff Richard 27 440
                                    The Pay-Off - Kenny Ball 30 26 260
                                    X Warmed Over Kisses - Brian Hyland 29 30 250
                                    B Can Can '62 - Peter Jay and The Jaywalkers 29 30 210
                                    30 It Only Took A Minute - Joe Brown 29 160
                                    X Limbo Rock - Chubby Checker 29 160
                                    27 It Started All Over Again - Brenda Lee
                                    29 Don't That Beat All - Adam Faith
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                                    • .. and here they come, history in the making as The Beatles make their debut on the chart. An unsuspecting music industry carried on regardless unaware of what was about to be unleashed upon them. Oh 'yeah yeah yeah', bring it on !
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                                      • But it wasn't in the NME Top 30!

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                                        • Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                                          The seem to be the only two albums available in this "250 Hits" series. Presumably the extension of copyright put a halt to any future plans.
                                          There is also 60s Hits - The Ultimate Collection (250 Original Recordings) by Various artists on Amazon Music - Amazon.co.uk for 5.49 on Amazon. (Each track can be downloaded for 79p). It lasts 10 hours 28 mins and is currently number 42 on Amazon Top 100 best sellers. It has a picture of The Beatles on the front cover and includes Love me do/P.S. I love you.

                                          So 250 tracks for 5.49 is only 2.2p per track - an outstanding bargain.

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                                          • Originally posted by brian05 View Post

                                            There is also 60s Hits - The Ultimate Collection (250 Original Recordings) by Various artists on Amazon Music - Amazon.co.uk for 5.49 on Amazon. (Each track can be downloaded for 79p). It lasts 10 hours 28 mins and is currently number 42 on Amazon Top 100 best sellers. It has a picture of The Beatles on the front cover and includes Love me do/P.S. I love you.

                                            So 250 tracks for 5.49 is only 2.2p per track - an outstanding bargain.
                                            Good find. It might be part of the same series as all the tracks appear (on first glance) to be from 1960 to 1962 although the label name is different.

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                                            • Also 100 Greatest 50s & 60s Hits (Amazon Edition) by Various artists on Amazon Music - Amazon.co.uk for 7.99. Each track can be downloaded for 69p.

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                                              • Originally posted by brian05 View Post
                                                But it wasn't in the NME Top 30!
                                                That's the beauty of an averaged chart. It filters out any individual outsider chart. The Ultimate got it right lol
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                                                • Graham76man
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                                                  Yeah it did just 11 places then where it should be at this point.

                                              • Greetings Pop Pickers !

                                                Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 24th 1962

                                                The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 24th 1962 NME MM DISC RR Total
                                                Last This The Sound Survey Stores 80 110 50 30 Points
                                                Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
                                                1 1 Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodel - Frank Ifield 1 1 1 1 1 8100
                                                2 2 Let's Dance - Chris Montez 2 2 2 2 2 7830
                                                4 3 The Swiss Maid - Del Shannon 3 3 3 3 3 7560
                                                3 4 Telstar - The Tornados 5 5 4 5 4 7160
                                                7 5 Bobby's Girl - Susan Maughan 4 4 5 4 5 7150
                                                5 6 Venus In Blue Jeans - Mark Wynter 6 7 6 8 6 6570
                                                8 7 Sherry - The Four Seasons 7 8 7 6 8 6420
                                                10 8 Devil Woman - Marty Robbins 8 6 8 7 9 6390
                                                6 9 The Loco-Motion - Little Eva 9 10 9 9 7 5920
                                                13 10 No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile - The Everly Brothers 10 9 10 10 13 5660
                                                9 11 Ramblin' Rose - Nat King Cole 11 12 11 12 11 5270
                                                17 12 (Dance With The) Guitar Man - Duane Eddy 12 11 16 11 10 4880
                                                14 13 Sun Arise - Rolf Harris 13 13 14 13 15 4690
                                                11 14 Sheila - Tommy Roe 14 17 12 14 14 4570
                                                12 15 It Might As Well Rain Until September - Carole King 15 18 13 16 12 4340
                                                15 16 Oh Lonesome Me - Craig Douglas 16 14 17 15 16 4150
                                                19 17 The 'James Bond' Theme - John Barry 18 23 15 19 19 3360
                                                23 18 Love Me Tender - Richard Chamberlain 17 15 22 18 18 3310
                                                22 19 Must Be Madison - Joe Loss 19 20 21 17 22 2950
                                                21 20 Because Of Love - Billy Fury 20 19 20 23 24 2780
                                                NEW 21 A Forever Kind Of Love - Bobby Vee 23 16 25 22 29 2370
                                                16 22 What Now My Love - Shirley Bassey 21= 18 20 20 2310
                                                18 23 I Remember You - Frank Ifield 21= 19 21 17 2240
                                                20 24 You Don't Know Me - Ray Charles 24 23 24 21 1530
                                                28 25 The Main Attraction - Pat Boone 25 27 27 25 27 1180
                                                29 26 Love Me Do - The Beatles 26 26 27 23 990
                                                30 27 Desafinado - Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd 27 22 30 28 980
                                                26 28 Lonely - Mr. Acker Bilk 30 24 28 860
                                                NEW 29 Next Door To An Angel - Neil Sedaka 29 24 26 810
                                                RE 30 It Only Took A Minute - Joe Brown 28 25 25 660
                                                She Taught Me How To yodel - Frank Ifield 21
                                                24 She's Not You - Elvis Presley 28 26 480
                                                25 Kid Galahad (EP) - Elvis Presley 26 30 450
                                                B Can Can '62 - Peter Jay and The Jaywalkers 28 240
                                                X Warmed Over Kisses - Brian Hyland 29 220
                                                B Susie Darlin' - Tommy Roe 29 160
                                                X Heartaches - Patsy Cline 29 100
                                                X James (Hold The Ladder Steady) - Carol Deene 30 80
                                                27 Send Me The Pillow That You Dream On - Johnny Tillotson 30 30
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                                                • The Beatles slowly climb the chart. At this time nobody is paying much attention to them, surprisingly, neither is NME usually out in front but for the second consecutive week fails to chart The Beatles. Shame on them !

                                                  Neil Sedaka charts too with another of his mini pop masterpieces. All together now .. Do do do, doobie bop bop bop, Oh do bop she don don
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