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  • brian05
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    Not all artists would like to reveal their age.

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

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

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

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

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

    When last did you hear someone whistle a popular song from the chart which was common back in the sixties too, but then I'm a child of the sixties.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

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

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

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

    Jimmy Savile (makes my skin crawl just typing it) 'played' the records himself. Alan, David and Pete had Denise and later Samantha Juste (who later married Micky Dolenz) 'play' the records for them.

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  • brian05
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    A picture from Top of the Pops with Jimmy Saville, showing the charts behind him.



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  • MrTibbs
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    .. oh don't we just love the sixties mysteries surrounding performers and charts with all the contradictions. It's such a pity that we have lost all those early TOTP shows with Denise placing the records on the turntable as if the acts were actually miming to those. I loved the intro to the show, the introductory music then ,Yes It's Number One It's Top Of The Pops', while a sample of it was played as they showed us the Top Twenty board in the background. Magical

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  • Splodj
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    When TOTP arrived they started to make use of their internal 21-30 section. The lead time for acts to be booked meant that they had to anticipate what would be in their Top 20 before it was calculated, and risers below 20 were a good guide for this.

    So they probably had expected The Hollies 'Stay' to make the 20, but it just missed by being at (an undisclosed) 21. It was a new entry the following week at 12.

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    And if you can stand it, here's a 4th sequence from the Internet Movie Database site, ugh:

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0730081/fullcredits

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    And now a third sequence, from This Day In Music, egads:1

    Dusty Springfield - I Only Want To Be With You
    The Rolling Stones - I Wanna Be Your Man
    The Dave Clark Five - Glad All Over
    The Hollies - Stay
    The Swinging Blue Jeans - Hippy Hippy Shake
    Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Don't Talk To Him (on film)
    Freddie & the Dreamers - You Were Made For Me (on film)
    The Beatles - She Loves You (on disc)
    The Beatles - I Wanna Hold Your Hand (on disc)
    Gene Pitney - 24 Hours From Tulsa (on disc)

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    So now I just found another article stating The Stones were the first act, with a sequence, from the BBC History of Top of the Pops:

    The very first Top of the Pops, broadcast on a Wednesday evening at 6.36 pm, was introduced by DJ Jimmy Savile. The opening band was The Rolling Stones, who had just made number 13 in the chart with 'I Wanna Be Your Man'. They were followed by Dusty Springfield with 'I Only Want to be With You'; 'Glad All Over' by the Dave Clark Five; The Hollies with 'Stay' and The Swinging Blue Jeans performing 'The Hippy Hippy Shake'.The show was completed by filmed pieces with Cliff Richard & The Shadows and Freddie & The Dreamers, together with The Beatles, who played the week's number one, 'I Want to Hold Your Hand'.

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    Many internet sources who list the sequence of the first TOTP show give Dusty as the first act. From Popscene (which agrees with many other sources):

    1-1-64: Presenters: Jimmy Savile & Alan Freeman (Wiped)

    (5) DUSTY SPRINGFIELD – I Only Want To Be With You
    (13) THE ROLLING STONES – I Wanna Be Your Man
    (6) GENE PITNEY – 24 Hours From Tulsa (crowd dancing)
    (2) DAVE CLARK FIVE – Glad All Over
    (NEW) CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS – Wishing Well (video)
    (12) CLIFF RICHARD & THE SHADOWS – Don’t Talk To Him (video)
    (21) THE HOLLIES – Stay
    (3) THE BEATLES – She Loves You (and charts)
    (10) SWINGING BLUE JEANS – Hippy Hippy Shake
    (4) FREDDIE & THE DREAMERS – You Were Made For Me
    (1) THE BEATLES – I Want To Hold Your Hand (video)

    From other sources who don't list the sequence, some say Dusty, some say The Stones. Wiki shows the sequence with Dusty as the first ACT, then also states The Stones were the first BAND.

    I haven't seen a show sequence with The Stones as the first act...

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  • Gambo
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    ^ Surely this is a matter of fact not opinion?! Either the Stones were on first or Dusty was! There must be plenty of clips available of that first show even though I know lots of '60s TOTPs have been lost or wiped? Must say I always was led to believe it was 'I Wanna Be Your Man', but then received wisdom can sometimes turn out to be myth, especially with pop music.

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  • Splodj
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    Some sources say the Stones were the first TOTP act, others that it was 'I Only Want To Be With You' by Dusty.

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  • Robbie
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    The Rolling Stones bubbling under with a Lennon-McCartney composition. Apparently the song was half-written when John and Paul bumped into the Stones in central London, they all headed to the studios where the Rolling Stones were recording and Lennon and McCartney completed the song for the Stones to record. I've read that Mick Jagger was so impressed with how easy Lennon and McCartney made songwriting look that it inspired Jagger and Keith Richards to start writing more of their own material rather than relying on doing R&B covers.

    I believe 'I Wanna Be Your Man' was the first song to be performed on Top Of The Pops, which was broadcast on 1 January 1964.

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  • MrTibbs
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    The Beatles climb back up to #2 on their way back to re-visit #1. They also have an EP on the chart with another two about to join it.

    Thanks to regular appearances on 'Stars And Garters' Kathy Kirby bypasses the bottom ten and enters at #20 with what will be her biggest hit.
    Cliff enters with Don't Talk To Him which will be his last top three record until 1965. Even he will become a victim albeit in a reduced capacity to 'Beatlemania' and the new British group invasion of the charts about to get even bigger.
    Freddie and The Dreamers who enter this week also will go top three for the third time this year yet will only manage one more top ten hit in the years to come.

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 9th 1963

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 9th 1963 NME MM DISC RR Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 100 150 50 30 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
    1 1 You'll Never Walk Alone - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1 1 1 1 1 9900
    3 2 She Loves You - The Beatles 2 2 2 3 2 9520
    9 3 Sugar And Spice - The Searchers 3 4 3 2 4 9160
    2 4 Do You Love Me - Brian Poole and The Tremeloes 4= 6 4 4 5 8680
    4 5 Blue Bayou / Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 4= 5 6 5 3 8490
    11 6 Be My Baby - The Ronettes 6 3 8 6 6 8250
    6 7 I (Who Have Nothing) - Shirley Bassey 7 7 5 7 8 8190
    7 8 Memphis Tennessee / Let It Rock - Chuck Berry 8 8 7 8 7 7770
    5 9 Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals 9 9 9 9 9 7260
    10 10 The First Time - Adam Faith 10 10 10 10 11 6900
    8 11 IF I Had A Hammer - Trini Lopez 11 11 11 11 10 6630
    12 12 Bossa Nova Baby - Elvis Presley 12= 14 13 12 14 5860
    15 13 Fools Rush In - Rick Nelson 12= 12 14 15 12 5820
    12 14 Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost 14 16 12 13 13 5790
    17 15 Miss You - Jimmy Young 15 19 15 16 15 4830
    NEW 16 Don't Talk To Him - Cliff Richard 16 15 19 14 23 4490
    19 17 Blowing In The Wind - Peter Paul and Mary 17 18 17 21 16 4350
    14 18 Everybody - Tommy Roe 18 26 16 18 17 3820
    27 19 Sue's Gotta Be Mine - Del Shannon 19 21 20 25 21 3250
    NEW 20 Secret Love - Kathy Kirby 20 13 28 17 30 2980
    16 21 Shindig - The Shadows 21 18 22 18 2790
    NEW 22 I'll Keep You Satisfied - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas 23= 22 24 20 2500
    NEW 23 Maria Elena - Los Indios Tabajaras 22 17 29 19 28 2390
    26 24 Memphis Tennessee - Dave Berry 23= 20 27 19 2060
    18 25 Searchin' - The Hollies 26 22 27 27 1670
    20 26 Hello Muddah Hello Fadduh - Allan Sherman 28 21 26 1650
    RE 27 The Beatles Hits (EP) - The Beatles 25 30 23 1300
    25 28 Still - Karl Denver 27 26 20 1080
    23 29 Ain't Gonna Kiss Ya (EP) - The Searchers 25 28 1050
    NEW 30 You Were Made For Me - Freddie and The Dreamers 23 800
    Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 24
    B Busted - Ray Charles 29 27 23 800
    28 Your Momma's Out Of Town - Carter Lewis 25 600
    X The Girl Sang The Blues - The Everly Brothers 30 26 25 430
    24 Mule Train - Frank Ifield 30 22 420
    B From Russia With Love - Matt Monro 28 29 400
    B The Beatles No 1 (EP) - The Beatles 24 350
    It's Love That Really Counts - The Merseybeats 24 210
    X Red Sails In The Sunset - Fats Domino 29 200
    X Guilty - Jim Reeves 30 29 110
    B I Wanna Be Your Man - The Rolling Stones 30 100
    21 Applejack - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan
    22 Somebody Else's Girl - Billy Fury
    29 Just Like Eddie - Heinz
    30 Wishing - Buddy Holly

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  • MrTibbs
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    Originally posted by Woz1234 View Post
    You've got Just Like Eddie by Heinz twice on UAC 2nd November should at #28 with 970 on Total Points Scored
    Your sharp eyes came in handy again Woz . Thanks for noticing that duplication.
    I have amended the chart above to take heed of this.

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  • Woz1234
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    You've got Just Like Eddie by Heinz twice on UAC 2nd November should at #28 with 970 on Total Points Scored

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending November 2nd 1963

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending November 2nd 1963 NME MM DISC RR Total
    Last This The Sound Survey Stores 100 150 50 30 Points
    Week Week The Top 30 Singles Chart BBC TOP 30 Scored
    1 1 You'll Never Walk Alone - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1 1 1 1 1 9900
    2 2 Do You Love Me - Brian Poole and The Tremeloes 2= 3 2 2 3 9440
    3 3 She Loves You - The Beatles 2= 2 3 3 2 9370
    5 4 Blue Bayou / Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 4 5 5 4 4 8660
    4 5 Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals 6 7 4 6 5 8480
    7 6 I (Who Have Nothing) - Shirley Bassey 5 4 6 5 7 8470
    10 7 Memphis Tennessee / Let It Rock - Chuck Berry 7= 9 8 7 9 7510
    8 8 If I Had A Hammer - Trini Lopez 9 11 7 10 6 7400
    16 9 Sugar And Spice - The Searchers 7= 6 11 8 8 7340
    6 10 The First Time - Adam Faith 10 10 9 9 10 7130
    13 11 Be My Baby - The Ronettes 11 8 12 12 11 6700
    9 12 Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost 12 12 10 11 12 6620
    20 13 Bossa Nova Baby - Elvis Presley 13 13 15 13 13 5640
    12 14 Everybody - Tommy Roe 14 17 13 14 15 5430
    22 15 Fools Ruch In - Rick Nelson 15 14 18 15 16 4900
    11 16 Shindig - The Shadows 16 20 14 16 18 4790
    24 17 Miss You - Jimmy Young 17 15 20 18 17 4320
    14 18 Searchin' - The Hollies 18 23 17 17 19 3960
    30 19 Blowing In The Wind - Peter Paul and Mary 19 18 23 22 21 3250
    18 20 Hello Muddah Hello Fadduh - Allan Sherman 20 16 24 14 3110
    15 21 Applejack - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan 21 28 21 19 22 2670
    19 22 Somebody Else's Girl - Billy Fury 27 23 22 25 2450
    17 23 Ain't Gonna Kiss Ya (EP) - The Searchers 22 19 21 2300
    29 24 Mule Train - Frank Ifield 25 25 25 23 26 2050
    26 25 Still - Karl Denver 23= 26 24 28 20 2030
    27 26 Memphis Tennessee - Dave Berry 23= 16 27 24 1910
    NEW 27 Sue's Gotta Be Mine - Del Shannon 26 19 20 30 1780
    23 28 Just Like Eddie - Heinz 30 30 26 27 970
    NEW 29 Your Momma's Out Of Town - Carter Lewis 22 900
    25 30 Wishing - Buddy Holly 28= 27 23 840
    Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 21
    X The Girl That Sang The Blues - The Everly Brothers 28= 30 26 25 580
    It's Love That Really Counts - The Merseybeats 29 29 28 490
    21 It's All In The Game - Cliff Richard 28 450
    X Red Sails In The Sunset - Fats Domino 27 400
    X Guilty - Jim Reeves 28 29 360
    B Busted - Ray Charles 30 50
    28 I Want To Stay Here - Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme

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  • Splodj
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    The first Top Pops editor Colin Bostock-Smith was interviewed last year on the community radio station in Uckfield where he lives, so presumably is contactable. He may be the best source for the two missing issues

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  • RokinRobinOfLocksley
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    Originally posted by MrTibbs View Post
    Good news guys

    I have today re-checked all the charts and dates I posted in my Dropbox for Top Pops and I'm happy to confirm they do all check out accurately as they are. My initial work and re-dating proved to be correct. Robin kindly ran a check alongside mine and his too came up with same result. So no changes needed. You have the correct info in the Dropbox for these so enjoy.

    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/p27jtfask...oVFD5NOpa?dl=0
    Just to tidy up a bit, here's the scoop on what 'appears to be but not really' missing Top Pops/Music Now charts from Brian’s Dropbox file.

    Per Alan Smith’s Top Pops/Music Now #1’s thread here on UKMix:

    https://www.ukmix.org/forum/chart-di...w-no1-s?33147=

    ; the charts that Alan, Lonnie, and Kjell provided to Brian and me; and Brian’s sifting thru them to get the right sequence, we have arrived at the following info regarding skipped and missing issues/charts. I’ll post a more thorough explanation in Alan’s thread above, but for right now I’ll give you the quick version, to the best of our collective knowledge:

    ONE--there were no issues published for the following 4 dates:
    1 June 1968 (a biweekly off week)
    28 Dec 1968 (a post-Christmas off week)
    14 Mar 1970 (off week due to relaunching as Music Now with new staff)
    2 Jan 1971 (post-Christmas off week, though the 26 Dec 1970 issue was dated for both weeks)

    Note that the ‘last week’ chart positions for the week after the above issues all refer back to the previous issue/chart from 2 weeks before, NOT to an unpublished missing ‘last week’ chart.

    [Frequently, chart positions for a skipped/unpublished chart are ‘assumed’ to be ‘frozen’ from the previous chart. I can’t say though that I entirely agree with that philosophy; a more accurate approximation would be to average the before and after charts, and make a best calculated guess of debuts and fall-offs from looking at the other competitor charts, in this case NME, MM, RR. But I digress.]

    TWO--we are missing charts for the following 2 dates/issues (if you have these please post them !!):
    27 Jul 1968/Top Pops issue #31
    8 Mar 1969/Top Pops issue #62

    Until these 2 charts are found, we can of course grab most of the positions from the next week’s chart ‘last week’ positions. A few positions/records will be missing, though we can make an intelligent guess (with notes !!) as to what they might be based on my above paragraph. A problem, though, is that sometimes the last week positions are in error. I didn’t do a thorough inspection of all these TP/MN charts ‘last week’ positions, but I did stumble across 3 situations with several significant errors.

    That’s all folks, rock on !!

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  • Splodj
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    Except in Disc where they have Adam Faith at 3, in one of those maverick placings this process reveals.

    DC5 first hit wanes but they will return in a big way and take part in the British invasion with some records scoring better in the USA. Most notably 'Over and Over' being a Billboard & Cashbox no.1. Similar with Herman Hermits

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  • MrTibbs
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    Surprise Surprise .. It's RR out of step again with the #1 record. You will also note that The Beatles have never left the top three..

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  • MrTibbs
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    Greetings Pop Pickers !

    Here is the next Ultimate Averaged Chart for Week Ending October 26th 1963

    The Ultimate Averaged Chart - Week Ending October 26th 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
    5 1 You'll Never Walk Alone - Gerry and The Pacemakers 1 1 1 1 2 9870
    1 2 Do You Love Me - Brian Poole and The Tremeloes 2 2 2 2 1 9600
    3 3 She Loves You - The Beatles 3 3 3 4 3 9190
    2 4 Then He Kissed Me - The Crystals 4 4 4 5 4 8860
    4 5 Blue Bayou / Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 5 6 5 6 5 8430
    6 6 The First Time - Adam Faith 6 8 6 3 8 8140
    9 7 I (Who Have Nothing) - Shirley Bassey 7 5 8 7 6 8000
    7 8 If I Had A Hammer - Trini Lopez 8 7 7 8 7 7870
    10 9 Hello Little Girl - The Fourmost 10 12 9 11 9 6860
    18 10 Memphis Tennessee / Let It Rock - Chuck Berry 9 10 11 9 10 6830
    8 11 Shindig - The Shadows 11 14 10 10 12 6470
    12 12 Everybody - Tommy Roe 12 15 12 12 11 6000
    27 13 Be My Baby - The Ronettes 13 9 16 13 18 5740
    13 14 Searchin' - The Hollies 14 16 13 17 13 5440
    11 15 Applejack - Jet Harris and Tony Meehan 15 20 14 16 15 4880
    NEW 16 Sugar And Spice - The Searchers 18 13 21 15 29 4160
    16 17 Ain't Gonna Kiss Ya (EP) - The Searchers 16 21 17 18 4122
    17 18 Hello Muddah Hello Fadduh - Allan Sherman 17 24 15 24 14 3960
    21 19 Somebody Else's Girl - Billy Fury 21 23 18 21 24 3460
    NEW 20 Bossa Nova Baby - Elvis Presley 19 11 27 14 3450
    15 21 It's All In The Game - Cliff Richard 20 24 20 20 19 3260
    NEW 22 Fools Rush In - Rick Nelson 21 18 26 19 23 2890
    14 23 Just Like Eddie - Heinz 25 27 19 26 20 2780
    30 24 Miss You - Jimmy Young 23 19 25 23 22 2770
    19 25 Wishing - Buddy Holly 24 30 22 22 16 2350
    22 26 Still - Karl Denver 26 26 23 28 17 2270
    NEW 27 Memphis Tennessee - Dave Berry 28 17 27 1600
    20 28 I Want To Stay Here - Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme 27 30 24 21 1450
    NEW 29 Mule Train - Frank Ifield 29 29 29 25 25 980
    NEW 30 Blowing In The Wind - Peter Paul and Mary 30= 28 28 540
    Mean Woman Blues - Roy Orbison 22
    26 Do You Love Me - The Dave Clark Five 28 30 330
    29 It's Love That Really Counts - The Merseybeats 30= 30 26 300
    X The Girl Sang The Blues - The Everly Brothers 30= 29 27 220
    X Love Of The Loved - Cilla Black 30 50
    23 I'll Never Get Over You - Johnny Kidd and The Pirates
    24 Dance On - Kathy Kirby
    25 Bad To Me - Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas
    28 Whispering - The Bachelors

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