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    by » Sun August 7th, 2005, 18:31

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended July 1, 1961

    01 – 01 – Del Shannon – Runaway (London) (1)
    02 – 03 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (5)
    03 – 04 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (3)
    04 – 07 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (7)
    05 – 06 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (13)
    06 – 05 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (4)
    07 – 02 – Elvis Presley – Surrender (RCA) (2)
    08 – 09 – Clarence Henry - But I Do (Pye) (8)
    09 – 13 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (15)
    10 – 08 – Shadows - The Frightened City (Columbia) (6)
    11 – 10 – Roy Orbison - Running Scared (London) (9)
    12 – 15 – Anthony Newley - Pop Goes The Weasel (Decca) (12)
    13 – 16 – Duane Eddy - Ring Of Fire (London) (20)
    14 – 19 – Eddie Cochran – Weekend (London) (24)
    15 – NEW – Connie Francis - Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart (MGM) (22)
    16 – 11 – Linda Scott - I've Told Every Little Star (Columbia) (10)
    17 – 12 – Shirley Bassey - You'll Never Know (Columbia) (11)
    18 – 14 – Bobby Vee - More Than I Can Say (London) (14)
    19 – NEW – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (50)
    20 – 18 – Neil Sedaka - Little Devil (RCA) (17)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended July 8, 1961

    01 – 01 – Del Shannon – Runaway (London) (1)
    02 – 02 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (3)
    03 – 05 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (5)
    04 – 03 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (2)
    05 – 04 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (7)
    06 – 09 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (11) [/color]
    07 – 06 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (4)
    08 – 07 – Elvis Presley – Surrender (RCA) (6)
    09 – 08 – Clarence Henry - But I Do (Pye) (8)
    10 – 11 – Roy Orbison - Running Scared (London) (10)
    11 – NEW – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (27)
    12 – 10 – Shadows - The Frightened City (Columbia) (9)
    13 – 14 – Eddie Cochran – Weekend (London) (20)
    14 – 12 – Anthony Newley - Pop Goes The Weasel (Decca) (13)
    15 – 19 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (25)
    16 – 13 – Duane Eddy - Ring Of Fire (London) (17)
    17 – 17 – Shirley Bassey - You'll Never Know (Columbia) (14)
    18 – 15 – Connie Francis - Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart (MGM) (19)
    19 – NEW – Buddy Holly - Baby I Don't Care (Coral) (37)
    20 – 18 – Bobby Vee - More Than I Can Say (London) (15)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended July 15, 1961

    01 – 01 – Del Shannon – Runaway (London) (1)
    02 – 02 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (3)
    03 – 06 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (8)
    04 – 03 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (5)
    05 – 04 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (2)
    06 – 05 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (4)
    07 – 07 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (7)
    08 – 11 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (14)
    09 – 08 – Elvis Presley – Surrender (RCA) (9)
    10 – 15 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (19)
    11 – 09 – Clarence Henry - But I Do (Pye) (6)
    12 – 10 – Roy Orbison - Running Scared (London) (11)
    13 – NEW – Clarence Henry - You Always Hurt The One You Love (Pye) (45)
    14 – 19 – Buddy Holly - Baby I Don't Care (Coral) (23)
    15 – 12 – Shadows - The Frightened City (Columbia) (10)
    16 – NEW – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (37)
    17 – 13 – Eddie Cochran – Weekend (London) (17)
    18 – 18 – Connie Francis - Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart (MGM) (15)
    19 – 16 – Duane Eddy - Ring Of Fire (London) (18)
    20 – NEW – Johnny and the Hurricanes - Old Smokie (London) (34)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended July 22, 1961

    01 – 02 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (1)
    02 – 03 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (5)
    03 – 01 – Del Shannon – Runaway (London) (2)
    04 – 08 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (9)
    05 – 05 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (4)
    06 – 04 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (3)
    07 – 06 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (7)
    08 – 07 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (6)
    09 – 16 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (19)
    10 – NEW – Adam Faith - Don't You Know It (Parlophone) (46)
    11 – 13 – Clarence Henry - You Always Hurt The One You Love (Pye) (22)
    12 – 10 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (13)
    13 – 14 – Buddy Holly - Baby I Don't Care (Coral) (16)
    14 – 12 – Roy Orbison - Running Scared (London) (10)
    15 – 11 – Clarence Henry - But I Do (Pye) (8)
    16 – 09 – Elvis Presley – Surrender (RCA) (11)
    17 – 17 – Eddie Cochran – Weekend (London) (15)
    18 – 18 – Connie Francis - Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart (MGM) (12)
    19 – 20 – Johnny and the Hurricanes - Old Smokie (London) (32)
    20 – NEW – Karl Denver – Marcheta (Decca) (30)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended July 29, 1961

    01 – 02 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (2)
    02 – 04 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (4)
    03 – 01 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (1)
    04 – 03 – Del Shannon – Runaway (London) (3)
    05 – 07 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (7)
    06 – 05 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (6)
    07 – 06 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (5)
    08 – 08 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (8)
    09 – 09 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (10)
    10 – 11 – Clarence Henry - You Always Hurt The One You Love (Pye) (14)
    11 – 10 – Adam Faith - Don't You Know It (Parlophone) (20)
    12 – 12 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (9)
    13 – 13 – Buddy Holly - Baby I Don't Care (Coral) (15)
    14 – NEW – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (37)
    15 – 16 – Elvis Presley – Surrender (RCA) (16)
    16 – 20 – Karl Denver – Marcheta (Decca) (26)
    17 – 15 – Clarence Henry - But I Do (Pye) (13)
    18 – 17 – Eddie Cochran – Weekend (London) (17)
    19 – NEW – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) ( – )
    20 – 14 – Roy Orbison - Running Scared (London) (11)

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    by » Mon August 8th, 2005, 18:44

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended August 5, 1961

    01 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (2)
    02 – 01 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (1)
    03 – 03 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (4)
    04 – 06 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (9)
    05 – 05 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (3)
    06 – 04 – Del Shannon – Runaway (London) (6)
    07 – 19 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (26)
    08 – 07 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (8)
    09 – 09 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (5)
    10 – 10 – Clarence Henry - You Always Hurt The One You Love (Pye) (10)
    11 – 08 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (7)
    12 – 14 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (24)
    13 – 11 – Adam Faith - Don't You Know It (Parlophone) (12)
    14 – 12 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (11)
    15 – 13 – Buddy Holly - Baby I Don't Care (Coral) (13)
    16 – 16 – Karl Denver – Marcheta (Decca) (18)
    17 – NEW – Pat Boone - Moody River (London) (20)
    18 – 17 – Clarence Henry - But I Do (Pye) (14)
    19 – NEW – 'US' Bonds - Quarter To Three (Top Rank) (21)
    20 – 18 – Eddie Cochran – Weekend (London) (16)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended August 12, 1961

    01 – 01 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (1)
    02 – 02 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (2)
    03 – 07– John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (18)
    04 – 05 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (3)
    05 – 09 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (4)
    06 – 03 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (5)
    07 – 12 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (14)
    08 – 04 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (8)
    09 – 08 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (7)
    10 – 11 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (10)
    11 – 06 – Del Shannon – Runaway (London) (11)
    12 – 10 – Clarence Henry - You Always Hurt The One You Love (Pye) (6)
    13 – 13 – Adam Faith - Don't You Know It (Parlophone) (13)
    14 – 14 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (9)
    15 – 19 – 'US' Bonds - Quarter To Three (Top Rank) (16)
    16 – 15 – Buddy Holly - Baby I Don't Care (Coral) (12)
    17 – 20 – Eddie Cochran – Weekend (London) (21)
    18 – NEW – Sam Cooke – Cupid (RCA) (30)
    19 – 16 – Karl Denver – Marcheta (Decca) (17)
    20 – RE – Shadows - The Frightened City (Columbia) (26)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended August 19, 1961

    01 – 03 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (2)
    02 – 01 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (1)
    03 – 02 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (3)
    04 – 07 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (6)
    05 – 04 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (7)
    06 – 05 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (4)
    07 – 06 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (8)
    08 – 08 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (5)
    09 – 10 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (11)
    10 – 09 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (12)
    11 – 15 – 'US' Bonds - Quarter To Three (Top Rank) (13)
    12 – 19 – Karl Denver – Marcheta (Decca) (18)
    13 – 14 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (10)
    14 – 13 – Adam Faith - Don't You Know It (Parlophone) (15)
    15 – 12 – Clarence Henry - You Always Hurt The One You Love (Pye) (9)
    16 – 16 – Buddy Holly - Baby I Don't Care (Coral) (16)
    17 – 11 – Del Shannon – Runaway (London) (14)
    18 – 18 – Sam Cooke – Cupid (RCA) (27)
    19 – NEW – Bobby Vee - How Many Tears (London) (19)
    20 – NEW– Acker Bilk - That's My Home (Columbia) (21)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended August 26, 1961

    01 – 01 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (2)
    02 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (1)
    03 – 04 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (5)
    04 – 03 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (4)
    05 – 05 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (6)
    06 – 06 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (3)
    07 – 11 – 'US' Bonds - Quarter To Three (Top Rank) (16)
    08 – 07 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (7)
    09 – 08 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (8)
    10 – 15 – Clarence Henry - You Always Hurt The One You Love (Pye) (10)
    11 – 13 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (9)
    12 – 19 – Bobby Vee - How Many Tears (London) (13)
    13 – 09 – Temperance Seven – Pasadena (Parlophone) (14)
    14 – 18 – Sam Cooke – Cupid (RCA) (22)
    15 – 20 – Acker Bilk - That's My Home (Columbia) (19)
    16 – 12 – Karl Denver – Marcheta (Decca) (15)
    17 – 10 – Cliff Richard - A Girl Like You (Columbia) (11)
    18 – NEW – Brook Brothers - Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week (Pye) (41)
    19 – 14 – Adam Faith - Don't You Know It (Parlophone) (12)
    20 – 16 – Buddy Holly - Baby I Don't Care (Coral) (17)


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    by » Wed August 10th, 2005, 20:08

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended September 2, 1961

    01 – 01 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (1)
    02 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (2)
    03 – 03 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (3)
    04 – 04 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (4)
    05 – NEW – Elvis Presley - Wild In The Country / I Feel So Bad (RCA) ( – )
    06 – 05 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (5)
    07 – 06 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (6)
    08 – NEW – Shadows – Kon- Tiki (Columbia) ( – )
    09 – 18 – Brook Brothers - Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week (Pye) (22)
    10 – 07 – 'US' Bonds - Quarter To Three (Top Rank) (7)
    11 – 15 – Acker Bilk - That's My Home (Columbia) (14)
    12 – 09 – Ricky Nelson - Hello Mary Lou/ Travelin Man (London) (10)
    13 – 14 – Sam Cooke – Cupid (RCA) (18)
    14 – 12 – Bobby Vee - How Many Tears (London) (17)
    15 – 11 – Craig Douglas – Time (Top Rank) (11)
    16 – 08 – Everly Brothers – Temptation (Warner Bros.) (16)
    17 – 10 – Clarence Henry - You Always Hurt The One You Love (Pye) (13)
    18 – NEW – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) ( – )
    19 – NEW – Lonnie Donegan – Michael, Row The Boat (Pye) (35)
    20 – NEW – Connie Francis – Together (MGM) ( – )


    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended September 9, 1961

    01 – 01 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (1)
    02 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (2)
    03 – 05 – Elvis Presley - Wild In The Country / I Feel So Bad (RCA) (17)
    04 – 03 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (3)
    05 – 08 – Shadows – Kon- Tiki (Columbia) (24)
    06 – 04 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (5)
    07 – 06 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (4)
    08 – 07 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (6)
    09 – 09 – Brook Brothers - Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week (Pye) (19)
    10 – 19 – Lonnie Donegan – Michael, Row The Boat (Pye) (21)
    11 – NEW – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (47)
    12 – 10 – 'US' Bonds - Quarter To Three (Top Rank) (9)
    13 – 13 – Sam Cooke – Cupid (RCA) (12)
    14 – 20 – Connie Francis – Together (MGM) ( – )
    15 – 11 – Acker Bilk - That's My Home (Columbia) (7)
    16 – 14 – Bobby Vee - How Many Tears (London) (11)
    17 – NEW – Eden Kane - Get Lost (Decca) ( – )
    18 – 18 – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) ( – )
    19 – NEW – Billy Fury – Jealousy (Decca) (50)
    20 – RE – Karl Denver – Marcheta (Decca) (8)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended September 16, 1961

    01 – 01 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (1)
    02 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (3)
    03 – 03 – Elvis Presley - Wild In The Country / I Feel So Bad (RCA) (4)
    04 – 05 – Shadows – Kon- Tiki (Columbia) (7)
    05 – 04 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (2)
    06 – 11 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (19)
    07 – 19 – Billy Fury – Jealousy (Decca) (24)
    08 – 17 – Eden Kane - Get Lost (Decca) (35)
    09 – 10 – Lonnie Donegan – Michael, Row The Boat (Pye) (14)
    10 – 06 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (5)
    11 – 07 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (6)
    12 – 09 – Brook Brothers - Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week (Pye) (13)
    13 – 14 – Connie Francis – Together (MGM) (32)
    14 – 08 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (12)
    15 – 18 – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) (20)
    16 – 13 – Sam Cooke – Cupid (RCA) (11)
    17 – 15 – Acker Bilk - That's My Home (Columbia) (8)
    18 – NEW – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (36)
    19 – 12 – 'US' Bonds - Quarter To Three (Top Rank) (9)
    20 – 16 – Bobby Vee - How Many Tears (London) (10)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended September 23, 1961

    01 – 01 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (2)
    02 – 04 – Shadows – Kon - Tiki (Columbia) (5)
    03 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (3)
    04 – 03 – Elvis Presley - Wild In The Country / I Feel So Bad (RCA) (4)
    05 – 06 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (17)
    06 – 07 – Billy Fury – Jealousy (Decca) (12)
    07 – 05 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (1)
    08 – 08 – Eden Kane - Get Lost (Decca) (19)
    09 – 09 – Lonnie Donegan – Michael, Row The Boat (Pye) (6)
    10 – 13 – Connie Francis – Together (MGM) (15)
    11 – 18 – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (20)
    12 – 15 – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) (13)
    13 – NEW – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) ( – )
    14 – 12 – Brook Brothers - Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week (Pye) (14)
    15 – 10 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (8)
    16 – 16 – Sam Cooke – Cupid (RCA) (7)
    17 – 11 – Billy Fury - Halfway To Paradise (Decca) (9)
    18 – NEW – Frank Sinatra – Granada (Reprise) ( – )
    19 – 17 – Acker Bilk - That's My Home (Columbia) (11)
    20 – 14 – Petula Clark – Romeo (Pye) (18)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended September 30, 1961

    01 – 02 – Shadows – Kon - Tiki (Columbia) (4)
    02 – 05 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (7)
    03 – 01 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (1)
    04 – 04 – Elvis Presley - Wild In The Country / I Feel So Bad (RCA) (5)
    05 – 06 – Billy Fury – Jealousy (Decca) (6)
    06 – 03 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (3)
    07 – 13 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (26)
    08 – 08 – Eden Kane - Get Lost (Decca) (12)
    09 – 07 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (2)
    10 – 11 – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (8)
    11 – 10 – Connie Francis – Together (MGM) (10)
    12 – 12 – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) (13)
    13 – NEW – John Leyton - Wild Wind (Top Rank) ( – )
    14 – NEW – Laurie Johnson - Sucu Sucu (Pye) (41)
    15 – 09 – Lonnie Donegan – Michael, Row The Boat (Pye) (11)
    16 – 18 – Frank Sinatra – Granada (Reprise) (34)
    17 – NEW – Temperance Seven – Chili Bom Bom Hard Hearted Hannah (Parlophone) (47)
    18 – NEW– Everly Brothers – Muskrat (Warner Bros.) ( – )
    19 – 15 – Eden Kane - Well I Ask You (Decca) (15)
    20 – 14 – Brook Brothers - Ain't Gonna Wash For A Week (Pye) (17)


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    by » Sat August 13th, 2005, 17:22

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended October 7, 1961

    01 – 02 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (3)
    02 – 01 – Shadows – Kon - Tiki (Columbia) (1)
    03 – 07 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (12)
    04 – 05 – Billy Fury – Jealousy (Decca) (2)
    05 – 04 – Elvis Presley - Wild In The Country / I Feel So Bad (RCA) (6)
    06 – 10 – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (7)
    07 – 13 – John Leyton - Wild Wind (Top Rank) (25)
    08 – 03 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (4)
    09 – 14 – Laurie Johnson - Sucu Sucu (Pye) (26)
    10 – 11 – Connie Francis – Together (MGM) (8)
    11 – 08 – Eden Kane - Get Lost (Decca) (10)
    12 – 12 – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) (9)
    13 – 09 – Shirley Bassey - Reach For The Stars (Columbia) (5)
    14 – 06 – Helen Shapiro - You Don't Know (Columbia) (11)
    15 – 15 – Lonnie Donegan – Michael, Row The Boat (Pye) (13)
    16 – NEW – Charlie Drake - My Boomerang Won't Come Back (Parlophone) (36)
    17 – 16 – Frank Sinatra – Granada (Reprise) (17)
    18 – 18 – Everly Brothers – Muskrat (Warner Bros.) (29)
    19 – NEW – Tony Orlando - Bless You (Fontana) (37)
    20 – NEW– Mike Berry - Tribute To Buddy Holly (HMV) ( – )

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended October 14, 1961

    01 – 03 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (2)
    02 – 01 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (1)
    03 – 07 – John Leyton - Wild Wind (Top Rank) (12)
    04 – 06 – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (7)
    05 – 02 – Shadows – Kon - Tiki (Columbia) (3)
    06 – 09 – Laurie Johnson - Sucu Sucu (Pye) (13)
    07 – 04 – Billy Fury – Jealousy (Decca) (4)
    08 – 05 – Elvis Presley - Wild In The Country / I Feel So Bad (RCA) (8)
    09 – 12 – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) (9)
    10 – 19 – Tony Orlando - Bless You (Fontana) (20)
    11 – 10 – Connie Francis – Together (MGM) (6)
    12 – 08 – John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me (Top Rank) (5)
    13 – 11 – Eden Kane - Get Lost (Decca) (11)
    14 – 16 – Charlie Drake - My Boomerang Won't Come Back (Parlophone) (18)
    15 – NEW – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) ( – )
    16 – 20 – Mike Berry - Tribute To Buddy Holly (HMV) (39)
    17 – NEW – Karl Denver – Mexicali Rose (Decca) ( – )
    18 – NEW – Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack (HMV) ( – )
    19 – 15 – Lonnie Donegan – Michael, Row The Boat (Pye) (16)
    20 – 17 – Frank Sinatra – Granada (Reprise) (17)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended October 21, 1961

    01 – 01 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (1)
    02 – 03 – John Leyton - Wild Wind (Top Rank) (6)
    03 – 02 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (2)
    04 – 15 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (22)
    05 – 04 – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (5)
    06 – 06 – Laurie Johnson - Sucu Sucu (Pye) (13)
    07 – 10 – Tony Orlando - Bless You (Fontana) (11)
    08 – 18 – Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack (HMV) (45)
    09 – 05 – Shadows – Kon - Tiki (Columbia) (3)
    10 – 17 – Karl Denver – Mexicali Rose (Decca) (26)
    11 – 07 – Billy Fury – Jealousy (Decca) (4)
    12 – 09 – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) (7)
    13 – NEW – Bobby Darin - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (London) (31)
    14 – 08 – Elvis Presley - Wild In The Country / I Feel So Bad (RCA) (10)
    15 – NEW – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) ( – )
    16 – 14 – Charlie Drake - My Boomerang Won't Come Back (Parlophone) (17)
    17 – NEW – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) ( – )
    18 – 11 – Connie Francis – Together (MGM) (9)
    19 – 16 – Mike Berry - Tribute To Buddy Holly (HMV) (30)
    20 – 19 – Lonnie Donegan – Michael, Row The Boat (Pye) (21)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended October 28, 1961

    01 – 01 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (1)
    02 – 04 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (4)
    03 – NEW – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) ( – )
    04 – 02 – John Leyton - Wild Wind (Top Rank) (2)
    05 – 08 – Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack (HMV) (19)
    06 – 17 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (31)
    07 – 15 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (27)
    08 – 10 – Karl Denver – Mexicali Rose (Decca) (11)
    09 – 03 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (3)
    10 – 05 – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (7)
    11 – 07 – Tony Orlando - Bless You (Fontana) (8)
    12 – 06 – Laurie Johnson - Sucu Sucu (Pye) (9)
    13 – NEW – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (38)
    14 – NEW – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (39)
    15 – 11 – Billy Fury – Jealousy (Decca) (5)
    16 – 13 – Bobby Darin - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (London) (16)
    17 – 09 – Shadows – Kon - Tiki (Columbia) (10)
    18 – 12 – Del Shannon - Hats Off To Larry (London) (6)
    19 – 16 – Charlie Drake - My Boomerang Won't Come Back (Parlophone) (15)
    20 – NEW – Hayley Mills - Let's Get Together (Decca) (35)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended November 4, 1961

    01 – 01 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (1)
    02 – 03 – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) (4)
    03 – 02 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (3)
    04 – 06 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (14)
    05 – 05 – Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack (HMV) (7)
    06 – 13 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (18)
    07 – 07 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (16)
    08 – 04 – John Leyton - Wild Wind (Top Rank) (2)
    09 – 14 – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (13)
    10 – 08 – Karl Denver – Mexicali Rose (Decca) (8)
    11 – 11 – Tony Orlando - Bless You (Fontana) (5)
    12 – 10 – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (6)
    13 – 12 – Laurie Johnson - Sucu Sucu (Pye) (9)
    14 – 20 – Hayley Mills - Let's Get Together (Decca) (32)
    15 – NEW – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (47)
    16 – 09 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (11)
    17 – 16 – Bobby Darin - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (London) (10)
    18 – 17 – Shadows – Kon - Tiki (Columbia) (21)
    19 – 19 – Charlie Drake - My Boomerang Won't Come Back (Parlophone) (15)
    20 – NEW – Dion - Runaround Sue (Top Rank) (36)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended November 11, 1961

    01 – 02 – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) (1)
    02 – 01 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (2)
    03 – 06 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (13)
    04 – 04 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (4)
    05 – 03 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (3)
    06 – 09 – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (7)
    07 – 07 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (8)
    08 – 05 – Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack (HMV) (6)
    09 – 08 – John Leyton - Wild Wind (Top Rank) (5)
    10 – 15 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (23)
    11 – NEW – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips) (43)
    12 – 10 – Karl Denver – Mexicali Rose (Decca) (9)
    13 – 11 – Tony Orlando - Bless You (Fontana) (10)
    14 – NEW – Shadows - The Savage (Columbia) ( – )
    15 – 20 – Dion - Runaround Sue (Top Rank) (20)
    16 – 17 – Bobby Darin - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (London) (14)
    17 – NEW– Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye) (48)
    18 – 16 – Highwaymen – Michael (HMV) (15)
    19 – 13 – Laurie Johnson - Sucu Sucu (Pye) (12)
    20 – 12 – Cleo Laine - You'll Answer To Me (Fontana) (11)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended November 18, 1961

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) (1)
    02 – 03 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (7)
    03 – 04 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (3)
    04 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (2)
    05 – 06 – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (5)
    06 – 11 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips) (18)
    07 – 10 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (17)
    08 – 05 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (4)
    09 – 07 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (6)
    10 – 14 – Shadows - The Savage (Columbia) (26)
    11 – 08 – Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack (HMV) (13)
    12 – 15 – Dion - Runaround Sue (Top Rank) (16)
    13 – 17 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye) (27)
    14 – NEW – Shirley Bassey - I'll Get By (Columbia) ( – )
    15 – 09 – John Leyton - Wild Wind (Top Rank) (8)
    16 – 12 – Karl Denver – Mexicali Rose (Decca) (11)
    17 – 19 – Laurie Johnson - Sucu Sucu (Pye) (10)
    18 – NEW – Ricky Nelson - Everlovin' (London) (37)
    19 – NEW – Brook Brothers – Married (Pye) ( – )
    20 – 13 – Tony Orlando - Bless You (Fontana) (9)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended November 25, 1961

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) (1)
    02 – 02 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (5)
    03 – 06 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips) (7)
    04 – 03 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (2)
    05 – 07 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (8)
    06 – 05 – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (4)
    07 – 04 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (3)
    08 – 10 – Shadows - The Savage (Columbia) (13)
    09 – 09 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (9)
    10 – 08 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (6)
    11 – 13 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye) (21)
    12 – 14 – Shirley Bassey - I'll Get By (Columbia) (34)
    13 – 12 – Dion - Runaround Sue (Top Rank) (15)
    14 – 11 – Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack (HMV) (10)
    15 – 16 – Karl Denver – Mexicali Rose (Decca) (14)
    16 – NEW – Petula Clark - My Friend The Sea (Pye) (43)
    17 – RE – Hayley Mills - Let's Get Together (Decca) (17)
    18 – RE – Bobby Darin - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (London) (18)
    19 – NEW– Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia) ( – )
    20 – 19 – Brook Brothers – Married (Pye) ( – )

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended December 2, 1961

    01 – 03 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips) (2)
    02 – 02 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (5)
    03 – 01 – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) (1)
    04 – 05 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (6)
    05 – 04 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (3)
    06 – 06 – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (7)
    07 – 07 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (4)
    08 – 09 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (9)
    09 – 08 – Shadows - The Savage (Columbia) (10)
    10 – 11 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye) (13)
    11 – 12 – Shirley Bassey - I'll Get By (Columbia) (16)
    12 – 10 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (8)
    13 – 13 – Dion - Runaround Sue (Top Rank) (11)
    14 – 19 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia) (32)
    15 – NEW – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London) ( – )
    16 – 14 – Ray Charles - Hit The Road Jack (HMV) (12)
    17 – 16 – Petula Clark - My Friend The Sea (Pye) (25)
    18 – 15 – Karl Denver – Mexicali Rose (Decca) (14)
    19 – NEW – Jim Reeves - You're The Only Good Thing (RCA) (22)
    20 – NEW – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London) ( – )

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended December 9, 1961

    01 – 01 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips) (1) (1)
    02 – 02 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (4)
    03 – 04 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (5)
    04 – 03 – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) (2)
    05 – 10 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye) (9)
    06 – 05 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (3)
    07 – 06 – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (6)
    08 – 14 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia) (16)
    09 – 07 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (7)
    10 – 15 – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London) (37)
    11 – 20 – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London) (43)
    12 – 08 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (8)
    13 – 11 – Shirley Bassey - I'll Get By (Columbia) (10)
    14 – 17 – Petula Clark - My Friend The Sea (Pye) (15)
    15 – 09 – Shadows - The Savage (Columbia) (11)
    16 – 13 – Dion - Runaround Sue (Top Rank) (13)
    17 – NEW – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London) ( – )
    18 – 12 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (12)
    19 – NEW – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca) ( – )
    20 – NEW – Ricky Stevens - I Cried For You (Columbia) ( – )

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended December 16, 1961

    01 – 01 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips) (1)
    02 – 03 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (2)
    03 – 08 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia) (14)
    04 – 02 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (3)
    05 – 05 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye) (7)
    06 – 11 – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London) (11)
    07 – 04 – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) (5)
    08 – 10 – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London) (20)
    09 – 17 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London) (27)
    10 – 14 – Petula Clark - My Friend The Sea (Pye) (8)
    11 – 06 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (6)
    12 – 13 – Shirley Bassey - I'll Get By (Columbia) (10)
    13 – 07 – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (9)
    14 – 09 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (4)
    15 – 12 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (13)
    16 – 18 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (18)
    17 – NEW – Russ Conway - Toy Balloons (Columbia) (23)
    18 – NEW – G-Clefs - I Understand (London) (19)
    19 – NEW – Jimmy Crawford - I Love How You Love Me (Columbia) (21)
    20 – 20 – Ricky Stevens - I Cried For You (Columbia) (46)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended December 23, 1961

    01 – 03 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia) (6)
    02 – 02 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (2)
    03 – 01 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips) (1)
    04 – 06 – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London) (4)
    05 – 04 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (3)
    06 – 09 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London) (15)
    07 – 05 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye) (5)
    08 – 08 – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London) (11)
    09 – 07 – Elvis Presley - His Latest Flame / Little Sister (RCA) (10)
    10 – 10 – Petula Clark - My Friend The Sea (Pye) (7)
    11 – 17 – Russ Conway - Toy Balloons (Columbia) (14)
    12 – 13 – Adam Faith - The Time Has Come (Parlophone) (13)
    13 – 14 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (9)
    14 – 11 – Jimmy Dean - Big Bad John (Philips) (8)
    15 – RE – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca) (21)
    16 – 12 – Shirley Bassey - I'll Get By (Columbia) (12)
    17 – NEW – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London) (27)
    18 – 16 – Cliff Richard - When The Girl In Your Arms Is The Girl In Your Heart (Columbia) (17)
    19 – 15 – Dave Brubeck - Take Five (Fontana) (20)
    20 – RE – Shadows - The Savage (Columbia) (16)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended December 30, 1961

    01 – 01 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia) (6)
    02 – 06 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London) (4)
    03 – 02 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV) (1)
    04 – 04 – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London) (5)
    05 – 07 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye) (3)
    06 – 03 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips) (2)
    07 – NEW – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA) (10)
    08 – 08 – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London) (14)
    09 – 17 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London) (11)
    10 – 11 – Russ Conway - Toy Balloons (Columbia) (7)
    11 – 15 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca) (15)
    12 – 10 – Petula Clark - My Friend The Sea (Pye) (9)
    13 – RE – Ricky Stevens - I Cried For You (Columbia) (37)
    14 – NEW – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London) (26)
    15 – 05 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London) (8)
    16 – NEW– John Leyton – Son, This Is She (HMV) (41)
    17 – NEW – Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight (RCA) (25)
    18 – NEW – John D. Loudermilk - The Language Of Love (RCA) ( – )
    19 – NEW – Springfields – Bambino (Philips) (32)
    20 – 13 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia) (16)


    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Wed August 17th, 2005, 21:19

    I’ve reflected much on whether I should show the weekending date or MM publication date in this thread. From January 2 to July 16,1960 Melody Maker showed on their chart pages both of them. They have dropped printing w/e date since the issue of July 23,1960. The only date has remained available since then is the publication one.
    I was in some doubt about the way I should follow.
    The charts I’ve already posted are completely based on survey week, ignoring the cover date.
    I was confused by the fact that the Charts I’ve been posting are out of sync with the Record Retailers’ and NME charts. Then I’ve noticed that Kingofskiffle uses publication dates on his “Melody Maker Album Charts” thread. So I ‘ve decided to follow his example.
    Henceforth I will go one week ahead. And you should do the same with the previous charts if you were copying them after me.
    Thus, the chart which I posted first as “week ending December 30, 1961” has turned into:

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    Week ended January 6, 1962

    01 – 01 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    02 – 06 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London)
    03 – 02 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV)
    04 – 04 – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London)
    05 – 07 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye)
    06 – 03 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips)
    07 – NEW – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    08 – 08 – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London)
    09 – 17 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London)
    10 – 11 – Russ Conway - Toy Balloons (Columbia)
    11 – 15 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    12 – 10 – Petula Clark - My Friend The Sea (Pye)
    13 – RE – Ricky Stevens - I Cried For You (Columbia)
    14 – NEW – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    15 – 05 – Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby (London)
    16 – NEW – John Leyton – Son, This Is She (HMV)
    17 – NEW – Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight (RCA)
    18 – NEW – John D. Loudermilk - The Language Of Love (RCA)
    19 – NEW – Springfields – Bambino (Philips)
    20 – 13 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia)

    I apologize to all of you for the inconvenience it might have caused you , but this will be more correct.
    More from 1962 will be followed soon.
    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Thu August 18th, 2005, 19:43

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    January 13, 1962

    01 – NEW – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    02 – 01 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    03 – 02 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London)
    04 – 03 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV)
    05 – 04 – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London)
    06 – 11 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    07 – 07 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    08 – 05 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye)
    09 – 09 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London)
    10 – 06 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips)
    11 – 08 – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London)
    12 – 14 – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    13 – 18 – John D. Loudermilk - The Language Of Love (RCA)
    14 – 10 – Russ Conway - Toy Balloons (Columbia)
    15 – 17 – Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight (RCA)
    16 – NEW – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    17 – NEW – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    18 – 19 – Springfields – Bambino (Philips)
    19 – RE – Jim Reeves - You're The Only Good Thing (RCA)
    20 – 20 – Helen Shapiro - Walking Back To Happiness (Columbia)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    January 20, 1962

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    03 – 06 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    04 – 03 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London)
    05 – 05 – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London)
    06 – 04 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV)
    07 – 09 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London)
    08 – 07 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    09 – 08 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye)
    10 – 16 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    11 – 12 – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    12 – 17 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    13 – 13 – John D. Loudermilk - The Language Of Love (RCA)
    14 – 11 – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London)
    15 – NEW – Chubby Checker - The Twist (Columbia)
    16 – 10 – Frankie Vaughan - Tower Of Strength (Philips)
    17 – 15 – Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight (RCA)
    18 – 19 – Jim Reeves - You're The Only Good Thing (RCA)
    19 – 14 – Russ Conway - Toy Balloons (Columbia)
    20 – NEW – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby (RCA)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    January 27, 1962

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    02 – 03 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    03 – 02 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    04 – 12 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    05 – 07 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London)
    06 – 04 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London)
    07 – 08 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    08 – 10 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    09 – 05 – Pat Boone - Johnny Will (London)
    10 – 15 – Chubby Checker - The Twist (Columbia)
    11 – 06 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV)
    12 – 11 – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    13 – NEW– Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    14 – 09 – Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow (Pye)
    15 – 13 – John D. Loudermilk - The Language Of Love (RCA)
    16 – 17 – Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight (RCA)
    17 – NEW– Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    18 – 18 – Jim Reeves - You're The Only Good Thing (RCA)
    19 – 14 – Del Shannon - So Long Baby (London)
    20 – RE – John Leyton – Son, This Is She (HMV)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    February 3, 1962

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    02 – 04 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    03 – 03 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    04 – RE – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby (RCA)
    05 – 07 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    06 – 02 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    07 – 08 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    08 – 05 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London)
    09 – 13 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    10 – 17 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    11 – 06 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London)
    12 – 10 – Chubby Checker - The Twist (Columbia)
    13 – 12 – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    14 – 16 – Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight (RCA)
    15 – 11 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV)
    16 – 15 – John D. Loudermilk - The Language Of Love (RCA)
    17 – NEW – Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear (Brunswick)
    18 – NEW – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    19 – NEW – Lonnie Donegan - The Comancheros (Pye)
    20 – 18 – Jim Reeves - You're The Only Good Thing (RCA)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    February 10, 1962

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    03 – 04 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby (RCA)
    04 – 09 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    05 – 03 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    06 – 07 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    07 – 05 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    08 – 06 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    09 – 08 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London)
    10 – 10 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    11 – 17 – Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear (Brunswick)
    12 – 13 – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    13 – NEW – Adam Faith – Lonesome (Parlophone)
    14 – 18 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    15 – 11 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London)
    16 – 12 – Chubby Checker - The Twist (Columbia)
    17 – 15 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV)
    18 – NEW – Danny Williams – Jeannie (HMV)
    19 – NEW – Frankie Vaughan - Don't Stop Twist (Philips)
    20 – NEW – Carol Deene – Norman (HMV)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    February 17, 1962

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    02 – 03 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby (RCA)
    03 – 02 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    04 – 04 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    05 – 06 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    06 – 05 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    07 – 07 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    08 – 08 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    09 – 10 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    10 – 12 – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    11 – 09 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London)
    12 – 11 – Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear (Brunswick)
    13 – 14 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    14 – 18 – Danny Williams – Jeannie (HMV)
    15 – 13 – Adam Faith – Lonesome (Parlophone)
    16 – 15 – Sandy Nelson - Let There Be Drums (London)
    17 – RE – Lonnie Donegan - The Comancheros (Pye)
    18 – 19 – Frankie Vaughan - Don't Stop Twist (Philips)
    19 – 17 – Danny Williams - Moon River (HMV)
    20 – NEW – Joey Dee - Peppermint Twist (Columbia)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    February 24, 1962

    01 – 02 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby (RCA)
    02 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    03 – 03 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    04 – 04 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    05 – 05 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    06 – 09 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    07 – 13 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    08 – 10 – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    09 – 06 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    10 – 08 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    11 – 07 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    12 – 12 – Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear (Brunswick)
    13 – NEW – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    14 – NEW – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    15 – 11 – Bobby Darin – Multiplication (London)
    16 – 14 – Danny Williams – Jeannie (HMV)
    17 – 18 – Frankie Vaughan - Don't Stop Twist (Philips)
    18 – 15 – Adam Faith – Lonesome (Parlophone)
    19 – NEW – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    20 – 20 – Joey Dee - Peppermint Twist (Columbia)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    March 3, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby (RCA)
    02 – 02 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    03 – 03 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    04 – 04 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    05 – 07 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    06 – 13 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    07 – 05 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    08 – 06 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    09 – 14 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    10 – 12 – Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear (Brunswick)
    11 – 09 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    12 – NEW – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    13 – 08 – Bobby Vee - Run To Him (London)
    14 – 11 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    15 – 10 – Billy Fury - I'd Never Find Another You (Decca)
    16 – 20 – Joey Dee - Peppermint Twist (Columbia)
    17 – NEW – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    18 – 16 – Danny Williams – Jeannie (HMV)
    19 – NEW – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    20 – NEW – Allisons - Lessons In Love (Fontana)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    March 10, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    02 – 03 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    03 – 02 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    04 – 06 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    05 – 12 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    06 – 05 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    07 – 09 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    08 – 04 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    09 – 08 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    10 – 07 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    11 – 11 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    12 – 10 – Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear (Brunswick)
    13 – 17 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    14 – 19 – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    15 – 16 – Joey Dee - Peppermint Twist (Columbia)
    16 – NEW – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    17 – 14 – Neil Sedaka - Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen (RCA)
    18 – NEW– Acker Bilk - Frankie And Johnny (Columbia)
    19 – NEW – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    20 – NEW – Miki and Griff – A Little Bitty Tear (Pye)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    March 17, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    02 – 05 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    03 – 04 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    04 – 03 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    05 – 02 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    06 – 07 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    07 – 06 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    08 – 11 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    09 – 09 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    10 – 08 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    11 – 10 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    12 – 13 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    13 – 16 – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    14 – 12 – Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear (Brunswick)
    15 – NEW – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    16 – 14 – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    17 – NEW – Norrie Paramor - Theme From Z-Cars (Columbia)
    18 – 19 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    19 – 20 – Miki and Griff – A Little Bitty Tear (Pye)
    20 – NEW – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    March 24, 1962

    01 – 02 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    02 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    03 – 06 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    04 – 03 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    05 – 05 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    06 – 07 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    07 – 04 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    08 – 08 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    09 – 12 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    10 – 15 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    11 – NEW – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    j12 – 10 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    j12 – 13 – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    14 – 16 – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    15 – 09 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    16 – 18 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    17 – 11 – Leroy Van Dyke - Walk On By (Parlophone)
    18 – 17 – Norrie Paramor - Theme From Z-Cars (Columbia)
    j19 – 14 – Burl Ives - A Little Bitty Tear (Brunswick)
    j19 – NEW – Johnny Keating - Theme From Z-Cars (Piccadilly)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    March 31, 1962

    01 – 02 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    02 – 03 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    03 – 02 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    04 – 04 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    05 – 10 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    06 – 05 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    07 – 06 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    08 – 08 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    09 – 11 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    10 – 07 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    11 – 09 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    12 – 16 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    13 – 14 – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    14 – 12 – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    15 – RE – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)
    16 – NEW – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    17 – 18 – Norrie Paramor - Theme From Z-Cars (Columbia)
    j18 – 15 – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    j18 – 12 – Eden Kane - Forget Me Not (Decca)
    20 – NEW – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)

    Melody Maker TOP TWENTY
    April 7, 1962

    01 – 01 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    03 – 03 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    04 – 05 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    05 – 09 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Merdcury)
    06 – 04 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    07 – 06 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    08 – 11 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    09 – 08 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    10 – 07 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    11 – 12 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    12 – 10 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    13 – 14 – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    14 – 15 – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)
    15 – 13 – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    16– 20 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    17 – RE – Johnny Keating - Theme From Z-Cars (Piccadilly)
    18 – 16 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    19 – 17 – Norrie Paramor - Theme From Z-Cars (Columbia)
    20 – NEW – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)

    On 14 April 1962 Melody Maker Singles Chart became a Top 30.

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    April 14, 1962

    01 – 01 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    02 – 04 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    03 – 05 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    04 – 03 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    05 – 02 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    06 – 11 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    07 – 10 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    08 – 08 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    09 – 09 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    10 – 07 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    11 – 16 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    12 – 06 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    13 – 17 – Johnny Keating - Theme From Z-Cars (Piccadilly)
    14 – 13 – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    15 – 12 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    16 – 14 – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)
    17 – 20 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    18 – 18 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    19 – 15 – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    20 – 19 – Norrie Paramor - Theme From Z-Cars (Columbia)
    21 – NEW – Craig Douglas - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Top Rank)
    22 – NEW – Paul Anka - Love Me Warm And Tender (RCA)
    23 – NEW – Joe Loss - The “Maigret” Theme (HMV)
    24 – NEW – Chubby Checker - Slow Twistin' (Columbia)
    25 – NEW – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    26 – NEW – Ricky Nelson - Young World (London)
    27 – NEW – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    28 – NEW – Drifters - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (London)
    29 – RE – Everly Brothers - Cryin' In The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    30 – NEW – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)


    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Sun August 21st, 2005, 12:35

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    April 21, 1962

    01 – 01 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Roy Orbison- Dream Baby (London)
    03 – 05 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    04 – 04 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    05 – 03 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    06 – 06 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    07 – 11 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    08 – 09 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    09 – 17 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    10 – 07 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    11 – 08 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    12 – 10 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    13 – 16 – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)
    14 – 13 – Johnny Keating - Theme From Z-Cars (Piccadilly)
    15 – 25 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    16 – 14 – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    17 – 21 – Craig Douglas - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Top Rank)
    18 – 18 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    19 – 15 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    20 – 12 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)
    21 – 23 – Joe Loss - The “Maigret” Theme (HMV)
    22 – 19 – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    23 – 20 – Norrie Paramor - Theme From Z-Cars (Columbia)
    24 – 26 – Ricky Nelson - Young World (London)
    25 – 22 – Paul Anka - Love Me Warm And Tender (RCA)
    26 – 24 – Chubby Checker - Slow Twistin' (Columbia)
    27 – NEW – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    28 – 27 – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    29 – 30 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    30 – NEW – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    April 28, 1962

    01 – 01 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    02 – 05 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    03 – 02 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    04 – 04 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    05 – 07 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    06 – 03 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    07 – 06 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    08 – 09 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    09 – 08 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    10 – 15 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    11 – 14 – Johnny Keating - Theme From Z-Cars (Piccadilly)
    12 – 10 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    13 – 27– B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    14 – 12 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    15 – 17 – Craig Douglas - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Top Rank)
    16 – 13 – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)
    17 – 11 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    18 – 18 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    19 – 16 – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    20 – 29 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    21 – 30 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    22 – 19 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    23 – 24 – Ricky Nelson - Young World (London)
    24 – 21 – Joe Loss - The “Maigret” Theme (HMV)
    25 – 28 – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    26 – 25 – Paul Anka - Love Me Warm And Tender (RCA)
    27 – NEW – Frank Sinatra - Everybody's Twistin’ (Reprise)
    28 – 26 – Chubby Checker - Slow Twistin' (Columbia)
    29 – 22 – Dion - The Wanderer (HMV)
    30 – 20 – Kenny Ball - March Of The Siamese Children (Pye)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    May 5, 1962

    01 – 01 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    03 – 03 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    04 – 05 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    05 – 10 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    06 – 04 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    07 – 13 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    08 – 08 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    09 – 07 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    10 – 06 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    11 – 09 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    12 – 20 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    13 – 18 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    14 – 11 – Johnny Keating - Theme From Z-Cars (Piccadilly)
    15 – 15 – Craig Douglas - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Top Rank)
    16 – 21 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    17 – 14 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    18 – 16 – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)
    19 – 12 – Karl Denver – Wimoweh (Decca)
    20 – 25 – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    21 – 24 – Joe Loss - The “Maigret” Theme (HMV)
    22 – 23 – Ricky Nelson - Young World (London)
    23 – 17 – Bernard Cribbins – The Hole In The Ground (Parlophone)
    24 – 22 – Cliff Richard - The Young Ones (Columbia)
    25 – 27 – Frank Sinatra - Everybody's Twistin’ (Reprise)
    26 – 19 – Matt Monro - Softly As I Leave You (Parlophone)
    27 – 28 – Chubby Checker - Slow Twistin' (Columbia)
    28 – NEW – Neil Sedaka - King Of Clowns (RCA)
    29 – RE – Norrie Paramor - Theme From Z-Cars (Columbia)
    30 – 26 – Paul Anka - Love Me Warm And Tender (RCA)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    May 12, 1962

    01 – 01 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    02 – 07 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    03 – 02 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    04 – 04 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    05 – 05 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    06 – 12 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    07 – 03 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    08 – 08 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    09 – 06 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    10 – 11 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    11 – 16 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    12 – 09 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    13 – 10 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    14 – NEW – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    15 – 13 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    16 – 20 – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    17 – 15 – Craig Douglas - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Top Rank)
    18 – 14 – Johnny Keating - Theme From Z-Cars (Piccadilly)
    19 – NEW – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    20 – 22 – Ricky Nelson - Young World (London)
    21 – NEW – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    22 – 18 – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)
    23 – NEW – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    24 – 17 – Chubby Checker - Let's Twist Again (Columbia)
    25 – 25 – Frank Sinatra - Everybody's Twistin’ (Reprise)
    26 – NEW – Helen Shapiro - Let's Talk About Love (Columbia)
    27 – 21 – Joe Loss - The “Maigret” Theme (HMV)
    28 – 28 – Neil Sedaka - King Of Clowns (RCA)
    29 – NEW – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    30 – 27 – Chubby Checker - Slow Twistin' (Columbia)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    May 19, 1962

    01 – 02 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    02 – 14 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    03 – 01 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    04 – 19 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    05 – 06 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    06 – 05 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    07 – 04 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    08 – 03 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    09 – 07 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    j10 – 08 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    j10 – 21 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    12 – 10 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    13 – 11 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    14 – 23 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    15 – 16 – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    16 – 09 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    17 – 12 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    j18 – 20 – Ricky Nelson - Young World (London)
    j18 – 26 – Helen Shapiro - Let's Talk About Love (Columbia)
    20 – 15 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    21 – NEW – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    22 – 17 – Craig Douglas - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Top Rank)
    23 – NEW – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    24 – 29 – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    25 – 25 – Frank Sinatra - Everybody's Twistin’ (Reprise)
    26 – 13 – Helen Shapiro - Tell Me What He Said (Columbia)
    27 – 18 – Johnny Keating - Theme From Z-Cars (Piccadilly)
    28 – 28 – Neil Sedaka - King Of Clowns (RCA)
    29 – NEW – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    30 – 22 – Johnny Spence - The “Dr. Kildare” Theme (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    May 26, 1962

    01 – 02 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    02 – 01 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    03 – 04 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    04 – 03 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    05 – 05 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    06 – 10 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    07 – 06 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    08 – 07 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    09 – 14 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    10 – 12 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    11 – 10 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    12 – 21 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    13 – 08 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    14 – 23 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    15 – 13 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    16 – 09 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    17 – 29 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    18 – 15 – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    19 – 18 – Helen Shapiro - Let's Talk About Love (Columbia)
    20 – 24 – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    21 – 16 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    22 – 18 – Ricky Nelson - Young World (London)
    23 – 25 – Frank Sinatra - Everybody's Twistin’ (Reprise)
    24 – 20 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    25 – 17 – Sam Cooke - Twistin' The Night Away (RCA)
    26 – 22 – Craig Douglas - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Top Rank)
    27 – NEW – Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance (CBS)
    28 – 28 – Neil Sedaka - King Of Clowns (RCA)
    29 – NEW – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    30 – NEW – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)


    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Mon August 22nd, 2005, 21:05

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    June 2, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    02 – 03 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    03 – 02 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    04 – 06 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    05 – 14 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    06 – 05 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    07 – 12 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    08 – 04 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    09 – 09 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    10 – 17 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    11 – 07 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    12 – 10 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    13 – 08 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    14 – 11 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    15 – 29 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    16 – 30 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    17 – 20 – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    18 – 15 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    19 – 13 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)
    20 – 27 – Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance (CBS)
    21 – 19 – Helen Shapiro - Let's Talk About Love (Columbia)
    22 – NEW – Everly Brothers - How Can I Meet Her (Warner Bros.)
    23 – 16 – Roy Orbison - Dream Baby (London)
    24 – 18 – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    25 – 23 – Frank Sinatra - Everybody's Twistin’ (Reprise)
    26 – 21 – Elvis Presley - Rock-A-Hula Baby / Can't Help Falling in Love (RCA)
    27 – NEW – Marty Wilde – Jezebel (Philips)
    28 – 24 – Karl Denver - Never Goodbye (Decca)
    29 – 28 – Neil Sedaka - King Of Clowns (RCA)
    30 – NEW – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please (Decca)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    June 9, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    02 – 02 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    03 – 05 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    04 – 03 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    05 – 04 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    06 – 07 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    07 – 09 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    08 – 10 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    09 – 15 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    10 – 06 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    11 – 08 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    12 – 12 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    13 – 16 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    14 – 17 – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    15 – 11 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    16 – 20 – Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance (CBS)
    17 – 22 – Everly Brothers - How Can I Meet Her (Warner Bros.)
    18 – 13 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    19 – 18 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    20 – 14 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)
    21 – 27 – Marty Wilde – Jezebel (Philips)
    22 – 30 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please (Decca)
    23 – 24 – Lonnie Donegan - The Party's Over (Pye)
    24 – 21 – Helen Shapiro - Let's Talk About Love (Columbia)
    25 – NEW – Jet Harris - Besame Mucho (Decca)
    26 – NEW – Duane Eddy - Deep In The Heart Of Texas (RCA)
    27 – NEW – Richard Chamberlain - Theme From “Doctor Kildare” (MGM)
    28 – 29 – Neil Sedaka - King Of Clowns (RCA)
    29 – 25 – Frank Sinatra - Everybody's Twistin’ (Reprise)
    30 – 19 – Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby (Mercury)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    June 16, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    02 – 02 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    03 – 03 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    04 – 09 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    j05 – 06 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    06 – 07 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    07 – 04 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    08 – 05 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    09 – 08 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    10 – 12 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    11 – 13 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    12 – 10 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    13 – 14 – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    14 – 16 – Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance (CBS)
    15 – 17 – Everly Brothers - How Can I Meet Her (Warner Bros.)
    16 – 11 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    17 – 27 – Richard Chamberlain - Theme From “Doctor Kildare” (MGM)
    18 – 21 – Marty Wilde – Jezebel (Philips)
    19 – 15 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    20 – 19 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    21 – 22 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please (Decca)
    22 – 26 – Duane Eddy - Deep In The Heart Of Texas (RCA)
    23 – 25 – Jet Harris - Besame Mucho (Decca)
    24 – NEW – Shirelles - Soldier Boy (HMV)
    25 – 18 – Del Shannon - Hey Little Girl (London)
    26 – NEW – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    27 – NEW – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    28 – NEW – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    29 – NEW – Karl Denver - A Little Love, A Little Kiss (Decca)
    30 – 20 – Jimmy Justice - When My Little Girl Is Smiling (Pye)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    June 23, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    02 – 02 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    03 – 03 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    04 – 04 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    05 – 05 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    06 – 05 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    07 – 08 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    08 – 09 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    09 – 07 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    10 – 11 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    11 – 10 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    12 – 17 – Richard Chamberlain - Theme From “Doctor Kildare” (MGM)
    13 – 14 – Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance (CBS)
    14 – 13 – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    15 – 15 – Everly Brothers - How Can I Meet Her (Warner Bros.)
    16 – 12 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    17 – NEW – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    18 – 18 – Marty Wilde – Jezebel (Philips)
    19 – 16 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    20 – 29 – Karl Denver - A Little Love, A Little Kiss (Decca)
    21 – 27 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    22 – 26 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    23 – 28 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    24 – 21 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please (Decca)
    25 – 24 – Shirelles - Soldier Boy (HMV)
    26 – 20 – Danny Williams - The Wonderful World Of The Young (HMV)
    27 – NEW – Eydie Gorme - Yes My Darling Daughter (CBS)
    28 – 23 – Jet Harris - Besame Mucho (Decca)
    29 – 19 – Brenda Lee - Speak to Me Pretty (Brunswick)
    30 – 22 – Duane Eddy - Deep In The Heart Of Texas (RCA)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    June 30, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    02 – 03 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    03 – 04 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    04 – 02 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    05 – 06 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    06 – 05 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    07 – 07 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    08 – 08 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    09 – 11 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    10 – 10 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    11 – 12 – Richard Chamberlain - Theme From “Doctor Kildare” (MGM)
    12 – 17 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    13 – 09 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    14 – 13 – Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance (CBS)
    15 – 15 – Everly Brothers - How Can I Meet Her (Warner Bros.)
    16 – 22 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    17 – 23 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    18 – 27 – Eydie Gorme - Yes My Darling Daughter (CBS)
    19 – 14 – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    20 – 21 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    21 – 18 – Marty Wilde – Jezebel (Philips)
    22 – 20 – Karl Denver - A Little Love, A Little Kiss (Decca)
    23 – NEW – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    24 – 16 – Ketty Lester - Love Letters (London)
    25 – 19 – Shadows - Wonderful Land (Columbia)
    26 – 24 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please (Decca)
    27 – 30 – Duane Eddy - Deep In The Heart Of Texas (RCA)
    28 – NEW – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    29 – 25 – Shirelles - Soldier Boy (HMV)
    30 – NEW – Craig Douglas - Our Favourite Melodies (Columbia)

    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Tue August 23rd, 2005, 20:21

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    July 7, 1962

    01 – 02 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    02 – 03 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    03 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    04 – 12 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    05 – 04 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    06 – 05 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    07 – 06 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    08 – 09 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    09 – 08 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    10 – 16 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    11 – 07 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    12 – 10 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    13 – 11 – Richard Chamberlain - Theme From “Doctor Kildare” (MGM)
    14 – 17 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    15 – 23 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    16 – 18 – Eydie Gorme - Yes My Darling Daughter (CBS)
    17 – 20 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    18 – 13 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    19 – 15 – Everly Brothers - How Can I Meet Her (Warner Bros.)
    20 – 14 – Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance (CBS)
    21 – 30 – Craig Douglas - Our Favourite Melodies (Columbia)
    22 – 28 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    23 – 22 – Karl Denver - A Little Love, A Little Kiss (Decca)
    24 – 21 – Marty Wilde – Jezebel (Philips)
    25 – NEW – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    26 – 19 – John Leyton - Lonely City (HMV)
    27 – NEW – Emilio Pericoli - Al Di La (Warner Bros.)
    28 – 29 – Shirelles - Soldier Boy (HMV)
    29 – NEW – Danny Williams – Tears (HMV)
    30 – NEW – Shirley Bassey - Far Away (Columbia)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    July 14, 1962

    01 – 02 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    02 – 04 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    03 – 01 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    04 – 03 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    05 – 05 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    06 – 06 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    07 – 07 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    08 – 08 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    09 – NEW – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    10 – 10 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    11 – 15 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    12 – 12 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    13 – 16 – Eydie Gorme - Yes My Darling Daughter (CBS)
    14 – 14 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    15 – 17 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    16 – 09 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    17 – 11 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    18 – 22 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    19 – 21 – Craig Douglas - Our Favourite Melodies (Columbia)
    20 – 13 – Richard Chamberlain - Theme From “Doctor Kildare” (MGM)
    21 – NEW – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    22 – 27 – Emilio Pericoli - Al Di La (Warner Bros.)
    23 – 25 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    24 – 23 – Karl Denver - A Little Love, A Little Kiss (Decca)
    25 – NEW – Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park (Stateside)
    26 – 20 – Dave Brubeck - Unsquare Dance (CBS)
    27 – 19 – Everly Brothers - How Can I Meet Her (Warner Bros.)
    28 – 29 – Danny Williams – Tears (HMV)
    29 – 18 – B. Bumble - Nut Rocker (Top Rank)
    30 – 28 – Shirelles - Soldier Boy (HMV)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    July 21, 1962

    01 – 02 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    02 – 01 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    03 – 09 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    04 – 03 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    05 – 04 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    06 – 10 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    07 – 11 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    08 – 06 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    09 – 05 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    10 – 08 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    11 – 18 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    12 – 13 – Eydie Gorme - Yes My Darling Daughter (CBS)
    13 – 12 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    14 – NEW – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    15 – 07 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    16 – 14 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    17 – 21 – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    18 – 15 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    19 – 19 – Craig Douglas - Our Favourite Melodies (Columbia)
    20 – 23 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    21 – NEW – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    22 – 17 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)
    23 – 25 – Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park (Stateside)
    24 – 16 – Eden Kane - I Don't Know Why (Decca)
    25 – 28 – Danny Williams – Tears (HMV)
    26 – 22 – Emilio Pericoli - Al Di La (Warner Bros.)
    27 – 20 – Richard Chamberlain - Theme From “Doctor Kildare” (MGM)
    28 – 24 – Karl Denver - A Little Love, A Little Kiss (Decca)
    29 – NEW – Shane Fenton - Cindy's Birthday (Parlophone)
    30 – NEW – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    July 28, 1962

    01 – 03 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    02 – 01 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    03 – 02 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    04 – 14 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    05 – 04 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    06 – 06 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    07 – 07 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    08 – 11 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    09 – 05 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    10 – 08 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    11 – 19 – Craig Douglas - Our Favourite Melodies (Columbia)
    12 – 17 – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    13 – 09 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    14 – 12 – Eydie Gorme - Yes My Darling Daughter (CBS)
    15 – 10 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    16 – 21 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    17 – 16 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    18 – 20 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    19 – 18 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    20 – 13 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    21 – 15 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    22 – 30 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    23 – 29 – Shane Fenton - Cindy's Birthday (Parlophone)
    24 – 23 – Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park (Stateside)
    25 – NEW – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    26 – NEW – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    27 – 26 – Emilio Pericoli - Al Di La (Warner Bros.)
    28 – NEW – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    29 – NEW – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    30 – 22 – Adam Faith - As You Like It (Parlophone)

    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Sat August 27th, 2005, 20:49

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    August 4, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    03 – 04 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    04 – 03 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    05 – 08 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    06 – 05 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    07 – 07 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    08 – 06 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    09 – 16 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    10 – 12 – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    11 – 09 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    12 – 11 – Craig Douglas - Our Favourite Melodies (Columbia)
    13 – 18 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    14 – 15 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    15 – 10 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    16 – 17 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    17 – 14 – Eydie Gorme - Yes My Darling Daughter (CBS)
    18 – 25 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    19 – 26 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    20 – 29 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    21 – 19 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    22 – 22 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    23 – 13 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    24 – 23 – Shane Fenton - Cindy's Birthday (Parlophone)
    25 – NEW – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    26 – 28 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    27 – 20 – Kenny Ball - Green Leaves Of Summer (Pye)
    28 – 24 – Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park (Stateside)
    29 – 21 – Billy Fury - Last Night Was Made For Love (Decca)
    30 – 27 – Emilio Pericoli - Al Di La (Warner Bros.)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    August 11, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    02 – 03 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    03 – 02 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    04 – 04 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    05 – 05 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    06 – 06 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    07 – 09 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    08 – 25 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    09 – 19 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    10 – 10 – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    11 – 08 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    12 – 07 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    13 – 18 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    14 – 20 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    15 – 13 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    16 – 12 – Craig Douglas - Our Favourite Melodies (Columbia)
    17 – 14 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    18 – 22 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    19 – 11 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    20 – 26 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    21 – 24 – Shane Fenton - Cindy's Birthday (Parlophone)
    22 – 16 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    23 – NEW – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    24 – 21 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    25 – 15 – Brian Hyland - Ginny Come Lately (HMV)
    26 – NEW – Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red (Columbia)
    27 – 23 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)
    28 – 17 – Eydie Gorme - Yes My Darling Daughter (CBS)
    29 – 28 – Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park (Stateside)
    30 – NEW – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    August 18, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    03 – 03 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    04 – 08 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    05 – 09 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    06 – 04 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    07 – 05 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    08 – 07 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    09 – 14 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    10 – 13 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    11 – 10 – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    12 – 23 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    13 – 06 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    14 – 20 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    15 – 12 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    16 – 11 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    17 – 30 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    18 – 18 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    19 – 15 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    20 – 17 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    21 – 26 – Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red (Columbia)
    22 – 16 – Craig Douglas - Our Favourite Melodies (Columbia)
    23 – NEW – Connie Francis – Vacation (MGM)
    24 – 19 – Elvis Presley - Good Luck Charm (RCA)
    25 – 21 – Shane Fenton - Cindy's Birthday (Parlophone)
    26 – 24 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty)
    27 – NEW – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    28 – 22 – Jimmy Justice - Ain't That Funny (Pye)
    29 – 29 – Freddy Cannon - Palisades Park (Stateside)
    30 – 27 – Cliff Richard - I'm Looking Out Of The Window / Do You Want To Dance (Columbia)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    August 25, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    03 – 05 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    04 – 04 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    05 – 03 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    06 – 12 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    07 – 09 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    08 – 17 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    09 – 07 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    10 – 14 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    11 – 08 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    12 – 10 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    13 – 06 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    14 – 11 – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    15 – 18 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    16 – 21 – Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red (Columbia)
    17 – 23 – Connie Francis – Vacation (MGM)
    18 – 15 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    19 – 13 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    20 – 16 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    21 – 20 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    22 – 19 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    23 – 27 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    24 – NEW – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    25 – NEW – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    26 – NEW – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    27 – NEW – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    28 – NEW – Mr Acker Bilk - Gotta See Baby Tonight (Columbia)
    29 – NEW – Clyde Valley Stompers - Peter And The Wolf (Parlophone)
    j30 – 26 – Bobby Vee - Sharing You (Liberty) *
    j30 – NEW – Brook Brothers - Welcome Home Baby (Pye)*
    *Two records tied for 30th position

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    by » Sun August 28th, 2005, 20:05

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    September 1, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    03 – 03 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    04 – 04 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    05 – 06 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    06 – 08 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    07 – 07 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    08 – 05 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    09 – 10 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    10 – 12 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    11 – 09 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    12 – 11 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    13 – 17 – Connie Francis – Vacation (MGM)
    14 – 13 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    15 – 15 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    16 – 26 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    17 – 24 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    18 – 25 – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    19 – 16 – Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red (Columbia)
    20 – 27 – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    21 – 19 – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    22 – 14 – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    23 – 21 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    24 – 23 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    25 – NEW – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    26 – 18 – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    27 – 20 – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    28 – 22 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    29 – 28 – Acker Bilk - Gotta See Baby Tonight (Columbia)
    30 – 29 – Clyde Valley Stompers - Peter And The Wolf (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP THIRTY
    September 8, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    02 – 03 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    03 – 02 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    04 – 05 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    05 – 06 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    06 – 04 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    07 – 09 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    08 – 07 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    09 – 25 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    10 – 08 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    11 – 17 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    12 – 10 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    13 – 16 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    14 – 18 – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    15 – NEW – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    16 – 13 – Connie Francis – Vacation (MGM)
    17 – 15 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    18 – 20 – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    19 – 11 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    20 – 12 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    21 – 14 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    22 – NEW – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    23 – NEW – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    24 – 23 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    25 – 30 – Clyde Valley Stompers - Peter And The Wolf (Parlophone)
    26 – 24 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    27 – 19 – Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red (Columbia)
    28 – NEW – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    29 – NEW – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    30 – NEW – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)


    On 15 September 1962 MM CHART became a Top 50.

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    September 15, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    02 – 05 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    03 – 04 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    04 – 09 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    05 – 02 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    06 – 03 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    07 – 06 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    08 – 07 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    09 – 15 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    10 – 08 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    11 – 13 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    12 – 11 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    13 – 18 – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    14 – 22 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    15 – 14 – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    16 – 10 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    17 – 12 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    18 – 30 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    19 – 23 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    20 – 16 – Connie Francis – Vacation (MGM)
    21 – 28 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    22 – 17 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    23 – 29 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    24 – 26 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    25 – 25 – Clyde Valley Stompers - Peter And The Wolf (Parlophone)
    26 – 24 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    27 – 20 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    28 – NEW – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    29 – 19 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    30 – 21 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    31 – NEW – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    32 – NEW – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    33 – 27 – Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red (Columbia)
    34 – NEW – Carol Deene - Some People (HMV)
    35 – NEW – Valerie Mountain - Some People (Pye)
    36 – RE – Acker Bilk - Gotta See Baby Tonight (Columbia)
    37 – NEW – Ricky Nelson - Teenage Idol (London)
    38 – RE – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    39 – NEW– Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    40 – NEW – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    41 – NEW – Kenny Lynch – Puff (HMV)
    42 – RE – Emilio Pericoli - Al Di La (Warner Bros.)
    j43 – RE – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    j43 – NEW – Del Shannon - Cry Myself To Sleep (London)
    45 – RE – Mike Sarne - Come Outside (Parlophone)
    46 – RE – Jimmie Rodgers - English Country Garden (Columbia)
    47 – NEW – Maureen & the Vernons Girls - Lover Please/You Know What I Mean (Decca)
    48 – RE – Brenda Lee - Here Comes That Feeling (Brunswick)
    49 – RE – Brook Brothers - Welcome Home Baby (Pye)
    50 – NEW – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    September 22, 1962

    01 – 04 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    02 – 01 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    03 – 02 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    04 – 09 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    05 – 03 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    06 – 05 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    07 – 08 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    08 – 07 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    09 – 18 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    10 – 06 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    11 – 14 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    12 – 11 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    13 – 10 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    14 – 12 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    15 – 21 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    16 – 13 – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    17 – 19 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    18 – 15 – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    19 – 28 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    20 – 16 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    21 – 17 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    22 – 23 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    23 – 31 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    24 – 50 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    25 – 24 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    26 – 39 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    27 – 20 – Connie Francis – Vacation (MGM)
    28 – 22 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    29 – 34 – Carol Deene - Some People (HMV)
    30 – 26 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    31 – 25 – Clyde Valley Stompers - Peter And The Wolf (Parlophone)
    32 – 32 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    33 – 41 – Kenny Lynch – Puff (HMV)
    34 – 40 – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    35 – 37 – Ricky Nelson - Teenage Idol (London)
    36 – NEW – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    37 – 27 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    38 – 30 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    39 – 35 – Valerie Mountain - Some People (Pye)
    40 – 36 – Acker Bilk - Gotta See Baby Tonight (Columbia)
    41 – NEW – Joe Brown - Your Tender Look (Piccadilly)
    42 – 42 – Emilio Pericoli - Al Di La (Warner Bros.)
    43 – 29 – Crickets - Don't Ever Change (Liberty)
    44 – 33 – Bobby Vinton - Roses Are Red (Columbia)
    45 – 43 – Del Shannon - Cry Myself To Sleep (London)
    46 – 43 – Petula Clark - Ya Ya Twist (Pye)
    47 – 49 – Brook Brothers - Welcome Home Baby (Pye)
    48 – 47 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please/ You Know What I Mean (Decca)
    49 – 38 – Bernard Cribbins – Right, Said Fred (Parlophone)
    50 – NEW – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    September 29, 1962

    01 – 01 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    02 – 04 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    03 – 09 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    04 – 02 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    05 – 03 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    06 – 15 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    07 – 06 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    08 – 07 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    09 – 05 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    10 – 11 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    11 – 08 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    12 – 19 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    13 – 10 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    14 – 12 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    15 – 14 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    16 – 24 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    17 – 13 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    18 – 16 – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    19 – 23 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    20 – 17 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    21 – 26 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    22 – 36 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    23 – 18 – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    24 – 22 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    25 – 50 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    26 – 29 – Carol Deene - Some People (HMV)
    27 – 21 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    28 – 20 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    29 – 32 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    30 – 25 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    31 – 30 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    32 – 33 – Kenny Lynch – Puff (HMV)
    33 – 28 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    34 – 27 – Connie Francis – Vacation (MGM)
    35 – 41 – Joe Brown - Your Tender Look (Piccadilly)
    36 – 35 – Ricky Nelson - Teenage Idol (London)
    37 – 31 – Clyde Valley Stompers - Peter And The Wolf (Parlophone)
    38 – 45 – Del Shannon - Cry Myself To Sleep (London)
    39 – 34 – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    40 – NEW – Nat 'King' Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    41 – 48 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please/ You Know What I Mean (Decca)
    42 – 39 – Valerie Mountain - Some People (Pye)
    43 – 37 – Helen Shapiro - Little Miss Lonely (Columbia)
    44 – 42 – Emilio Pericoli - Al Di La (Warner Bros.)
    45 – 38 – Joe Brown - A Picture Of You (Piccadilly)
    46 – 40 – Acker Bilk - Gotta See Baby Tonight (Columbia)
    47 – NEW – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    48 – NEW – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    49 – 47 – Brook Brothers - Welcome Home Baby (Pye)
    50 – NEW – Karl Denver - Blue Weekend (Decca)



    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    October 6, 1962

    01 – 03 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    02 – 01 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    03 – 02 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    04 – 06 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    05 – 12 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    06 – 04 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    07 – 05 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    08 – 10 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    09 – 08 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    10 – 09 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    11 – 07 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    12 – 16 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    13 – 25 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    14 – 11 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    15 – 19 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    16 – 22 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    17 – 14 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    18 – 15 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    19 – 21 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    20 – 13 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    21 – 20 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    22 – 40 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    23 – 18 – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    24 – 24 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    25 – 17 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    26 – 26 – Carol Deene - Some People (HMV)
    27 – 23 – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    28 – 35 – Joe Brown - Your Tender Look (Piccadilly)
    j29 – 29 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    j29 – 47 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    31 – 32 – Kenny Lynch – Puff (HMV)
    32 – 30 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    33 – 28 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    34 – 38 – Del Shannon - Cry Myself To Sleep (London)
    35 – 27 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    36 – 31 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    37 – 48 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    38 – 36 – Ricky Nelson - Teenage Idol (London)
    39 – 50 – Karl Denver - Blue Weekend (Decca)
    j40 – 39 – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    j40 – NEW– Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    42 – 33 – Louise Cordet - I'm Just A Baby (Decca)
    43 – 37 – Clyde Valley Stompers - Peter And The Wolf (Parlophone)
    44 – 41 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please/ You Know What I Mean (Decca)
    45 – 34 – Connie Francis – Vacation (MGM)
    46 – NEW – Frankie Vaughan – Hercules (Philips)
    47 – 42 – Valerie Mountain - Some People (Pye)
    48 – NEW – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    49 – NEW – Fentons - The Breeze And I (Parlophone)
    50 – NEW – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    Two records tied for 29th and 40th position.

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    October 13, 1962

    01 – 01 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    02 – 02 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    03 – 04 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    04 – 05 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    05 – 13 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    06 – 03 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    07 – 06 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    08 – 12 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    09 – 08 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    10 – 07 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    11 – 15 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    12 – 10 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    13 – 22 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    14 – 11 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    15 – 09 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    16 – 16 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    17 – 19 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    18 – 14 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    19 – 21 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    20 – 17 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    21 – 20 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    22 – 29 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    23 – 18 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    24 – 40 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    25 – 24 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    26 – 26 – Carol Deene - Some People (HMV)
    27 – 23 – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    28 – 48 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    29 – 28 – Joe Brown - Your Tender Look (Piccadilly)
    30 – 25 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    31 – 50 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    32 – 34 – Del Shannon - Cry Myself To Sleep (London)
    33 – 29 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    34 – 37 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    35 – 32 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    36 – 27 – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    37 – 31 – Kenny Lynch – Puff (HMV)
    38 – NEW – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    39 – 36 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    40 – NEW – Bobby Darin - If A Man Answers (Capitol)
    41 – 39 – Karl Denver - Blue Weekend (Decca)
    j42 – 40 – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    j42 – NEW – Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (London)
    44 – NEW – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    45 – 35 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    46 – 33 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    47 – 49 – Fentons - The Breeze And I (Parlophone)
    48 – 44 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please/ You Know What I Mean (Decca)
    49 – 46 – Frankie Vaughan – Hercules (Philips)
    50 – 38 – Ricky Nelson - Teenage Idol (London)
    Two records tied for 42nd position.

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    October 20, 1962

    01 – 01 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    02 – 03 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    03 – 04 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    04 – 05 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    05 – 02 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    06 – 06 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    07 – 08 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    08 – 13 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    09 – 11 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    10 – 07 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    11 – 24 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    12 – 09 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    13 – 16 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    14 – 10 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    15 – 22 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    16 – 31 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    17 – 12 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    18 – 14 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    19 – 28 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    20 – 17 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    21 – 15 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    22 – 18 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    23 – 44 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    24 – 38 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    25 – 20 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    26 – 19 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    27 – 21 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    28 – 25 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    29 – 40 – Bobby Darin - If A Man Answers (Capitol)
    30 – 23 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    31 – 37 – Kenny Lynch – Puff (HMV)
    32 – 34 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    33 – 26 – Carol Deene - Some People (HMV)
    34 – 33 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    35 – 27 – Lonnie Donegan - Pick A Bale Of Cotton (Pye)
    36 – 42 – Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (London)
    37 – 29 – Joe Brown - Your Tender Look (Piccadilly)
    38 – 42 – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    39 – 32 – Del Shannon - Cry Myself To Sleep (London)
    40 – 35 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    41 – 39 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    42 – 36 – Kenny Ball - So Do I (Pye)
    43 – NEW – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    44 – 41 – Karl Denver - Blue Weekend (Decca)
    45 – 30 – Billy Fury - Once Upon A Dream (Decca)
    46 – NEW – Little Richard - He Got What He Wanted (Mercury)
    47 – 46 – Ray Charles - I Can't Stop Loving You (HMV)
    48 – 49 – Frankie Vaughan – Hercules (Philips)
    j49 – 45 – Nat 'King' Cole / George Shearing - Let There Be Love (Capitol)
    j49 – 47 – Fentons - The Breeze And I (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    October 27, 1962

    01 – 01 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    02 – 03 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    03 – 04 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    04 – 02 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    05 – 11 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    06 – 08 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    07 – 07 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    08 – 16 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    09 – 09 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    10 – 05 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    11 – 06 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    12 – 19 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    13 – 23 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    14 – 10 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    15 – 15 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    16 – 24 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    17 – 12 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    18 – 13 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    19 – NEW – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    20 – 14 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    21 – 17 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    22 – 20 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    23 – 18 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    24 – 29 – Bobby Darin - If A Man Answers (Capitol)
    25 – 43 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    26 – 36 – Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (London)
    27 – 22 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    28 – 26 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    29 – 21 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    30 – 25 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    31 – 28 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    32 – NEW – Kenny Ball - The Pay Off (Pye)
    33 – 27 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    34 – 33 – Carol Deene - Some People (HMV)
    35 – NEW– Helen Shapiro - Keep Away From Other Girls (Columbia)
    36 – NEW – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    37 – 34 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    38 – 31 – Kenny Lynch – Puff (HMV)
    39 – 30 – Duane Eddy - Ballad Of Paladin (RCA)
    40 – 32 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    41 – 38 – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    42 – NEW – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    43 – 46 – Little Richard - He Got What He Wanted (Mercury)
    44 – 41 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    45 – NEW – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    46 – 40 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    47 – 44 – Karl Denver - Blue Weekend (Decca)
    48 – NEW – BEATLES - LOVE ME DO (Parlophone) *
    49 – NEW – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    50 – 37 – Joe Brown - Your Tender Look (Piccadilly)

    * THE FIRST EVER BEATLES APPEARANCE ON MELODY MAKER'S CHARTS.

    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Wed August 31st, 2005, 15:02

    Just to say, I have every DISC chart 1958-67. I will also hope to get more 1950's MM charts soon! ASM

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    by » Sat September 3rd, 2005, 13:37

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    November 3, 1962

    01 – 01 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    02 – 02 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    03 – 04 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    04 – 08 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    05 – 05 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    06 – 03 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    07 – 19 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    08 – 06 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    09 – 13 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    10 – 12 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    11 – 09 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    12 – 07 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    13 – 16 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    14 – 10 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    15 – 11 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    16 – 14 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    17 – 15 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    18 – 25 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    19 – 18 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    20 – 17 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    21 – 36 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    22 – 24 – Bobby Darin - If A Man Answers (Capitol)
    23 – 21 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    24 – 22 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    25 – 45 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    26 – 20 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    27 – 26 – Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (London)
    28 – 42 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    29 – 23 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    30 – 49 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    31 – 32 – Kenny Ball - The Pay Off (Pye)
    32 – 27 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    33 – 33 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    34 – 31 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    35 – 44 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    36 – 28 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)
    37 – 35 – Helen Shapiro - Keep Away From Other Girls (Columbia)
    38 – 30 – Jet Harris - Main Title Theme / Some People (Decca)
    39 – 29 – Neil Sedaka - Breaking Up Is Hard To Do (RCA)
    40 – 48 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    41 – NEW – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    42 – 37 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    43 – 40 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    44 – 41 – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    45 – 46 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    46 – 38 – Kenny Lynch – Puff (HMV)
    47 – NEW – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    48 – NEW – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    49 – NEW – Marty Wilde - Ever Since You Said Goodbye (Philips)
    50 – NEW – Brian Hyland - Warmed Over Kisses (HMV)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    November 10, 1962

    01 – 01 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    02 – 04 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    03 – 07 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    04 – 02 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    05 – 09 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    06 – 05 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    07 – 10 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    08 – 03 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    09 – 08 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    10 – 06 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    11 – 13 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    12 – 18 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    13 – 11 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    14 – 12 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    15 – 21 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    16 – 14 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    17 – 16 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    18 – 30 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    19 – 17 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    20 – 25 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    21 – 28 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    22 – 15 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    23 – 19 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    24 – 41 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    25 – 27 – Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (London)
    26 – 20 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    27 – 22 – Bobby Darin - If A Man Answers (Capitol)
    28 – 48 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    29 – 31 – Kenny Ball - The Pay Off (Pye)
    30 – 40 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    31 – 49 – Marty Wilde - Ever Since You Said Goodbye (Philips)
    32 – 47 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    33 – 24 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    34 – 23 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    35 – 26 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    36 – 50 – Brian Hyland - Warmed Over Kisses (HMV)
    37 – 35 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    38 – 33 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    39 – 29 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    40 – 43 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    41 – NEW – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    42 – 37 – Helen Shapiro - Keep Away From Other Girls (Columbia)
    43 – 32 – Shadows - Guitar Tango (Columbia)
    44 – 45 – Chubby Checker - Dancin' Party (Columbia)
    45 – 34 – Jimmy Justice - Spanish Harlem (Pye)
    46 – RE – Little Richard - He Got What He Wanted (Mercury)
    47 – 42 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    48 – RE – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please/ You Know What I Mean (Decca)
    49 – 44 – The Spotnicks – The Rocket Man (Oriole)
    50 – 36 – Mike Sarne - Will I What ? (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    November 17, 1962

    01 – 03 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    03 – 01 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    04 – 05 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    05 – 06 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    06 – 04 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    07 – 07 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    08 – 12 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    09 – 09 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    10 – 08 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    11 – 11 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    12 – 10 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    13 – 15 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    14 – 13 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    15 – 17 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    16 – 18 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    17 – 24 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    18 – 20 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    19 – 14 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    20 – 21 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    21 – 16 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    22 – 19 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    23 – 41– Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    24 – 28 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    25 – 32 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    26 – 25 – Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (London)
    27 – 22 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    28 – 30 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    29 – 36 – Brian Hyland - Warmed Over Kisses (HMV)
    30 – 29 – Kenny Ball - The Pay Off (Pye)
    31 – 31 – Marty Wilde - Ever Since You Said Goodbye (Philips)
    32 – 40 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    33 – 23 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    34 – 37 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    35 – 27 – Bobby Darin - If A Man Answers (Capitol)
    36 – 33 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    37 – 26 – Adam Faith - Don't That Beat All (Parlophone)
    38 – NEW – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    39 – NEW – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    40 – NEW – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    41 – 34 – Ronnie Carroll - Roses Are Red (Philips)
    42 – 38 – Pat Boone - Speedy Gonzales (London)
    43 – 47 – Jim Reeves - Adios Amigo (RCA)
    44 – 39 – Bobby Darin – Things (London)
    45 – 35 – Brian Hyland - Sealed With A Kiss (HMV)
    46 – NEW – Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock (Cameo-Parkway)
    47 – 42 – Helen Shapiro - Keep Away From Other Girls (Columbia)
    48 – NEW – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    49 – NEW – Ronnie Carroll - If Only Tommorrow (Philips)
    50 – NEW – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    November 24, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    03 – 04 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    04 – 03 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    05 – 08 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    06 – 05 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    07 – 07 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    08 – 11 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    09 – 06 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    10 – 13 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    11 – 09 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    12 – 10 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    13 – 12 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    14 – 16 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    15 – 17 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    16 – 23 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    17 – 18 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    18 – 14 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    19 – 15 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    20 – 20 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    21 – 24 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    22 – 25 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    23 – 19 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    24 – 22 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    25 – 32 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    26 – 28 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    27 – 38 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    28 – 21 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    29 – 29 – Brian Hyland - Warmed Over Kisses (HMV)
    30 – 39 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    31 – 48 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    32 – 31 – Marty Wilde - Ever Since You Said Goodbye (Philips)
    33 – 40 – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    34 – 26 – Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (London)
    35 – 30 – Kenny Ball - The Pay Off (Pye)
    36 – 34 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    37 – 46 – Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock (Cameo-Parkway)
    38 – 27 – Cliff Richard - It'll Be Me (Columbia)
    39 – 49 – Ronnie Carroll - If Only Tommorrow (Philips)
    40 – NEW – Jimmy Dean - Little Black Book (CBS)
    41 – 33 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    42 – NEW – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    43 – 36 – Buddy Holly – Reminiscing (Coral)
    44 – NEW – Matt Monro - My Love And Devotion (Parlophone)
    45 – NEW – Neil Sedaka - Next Door To Angel (RCA)
    46 – 50 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    47 – 35 – Bobby Darin - If A Man Answers (Capitol)
    48 – NEW – Bobby Darin - Baby Face (London)
    49 – NEW – Tommy Roe - Susie Darlin' (HMV)
    50 – RE – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please/ You Know What I Mean (Decca)



    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Sun September 11th, 2005, 14:49

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    December 1, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    03 – 03 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    04 – 04 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    05 – 05 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    06 – 14 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    07 – 08 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    08 – 07 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    09 – 16 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    10 – 06 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    11 – 10 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    12 – 15 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    13 – 09 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    14 – 11 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    15 – 17 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    16 – 12 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    17 – 21 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    18 – 13 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    19 – 22 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    20 – 20 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    21 – 27 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    22 – 19 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    23 – 18 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    24 – 25 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    25 – 30 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    26 – 26 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    27 – 31 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    28 – NEW – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    29 – 24 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    30 – 23 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    31 – 33 – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    32 – 32 – Marty Wilde - Ever Since You Said Goodbye (Philips)
    33 – 29 – Brian Hyland - Warmed Over Kisses (HMV)
    34 – 37 – Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock (Cameo-Parkway)
    35 – 42 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    36 – 36 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    37 – 39 – Ronnie Carroll - If Only Tommorrow (Philips)
    38 – 28 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    39 – 35 – Kenny Ball - The Pay Off (Pye)
    40 – 44 – Matt Monro - My Love And Devotion (Parlophone)
    41 – 46 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    42 – 34 – Johnny Tillotson - Send Me The Pillow You Dream On (London)
    43 – 45 – Neil Sedaka - Next Door To Angel (RCA)
    44 – NEW – Russ Conway - Always You And Me (Columbia)
    45 – 49 – Tommy Roe - Susie Darlin' (HMV)
    46 – 48 – Bobby Darin - Baby Face (London)
    47 – NEW – Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Brunswick)
    48 – 41 – Brenda Lee - It Started All Over Again (Brunswick)
    49 – 50 – Maureen and the Vernons Girls - Lover Please/ You Know What I Mean (Decca)
    50 – NEW – Ella Fitzgerald – Desafinado (Verve)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    December 8, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    03 – 03 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    04 – 05 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    05 – 06 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    06 – 09 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    07 – 04 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    08 – 28 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    09 – 07 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    10 – 08 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    11 – 10 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    12 – 11 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    13 – 21 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    14 – 13 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    15 – 12 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    16 – 14 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    17 – 15 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    18 – 19 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    19 – 17 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    20 – 27 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    21 – 25 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    22 – 24 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    23 – 47 – Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Brunswick)
    24 – 26 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    25 – 20 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    26 – NEW – Cliff Richard - The Next Time (Columbia)
    27 – 16 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    28 – 18 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    29 – 22 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    30 – 23 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    31 – 31 – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    32 – 41 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    33 – 29 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    34 – 43 – Neil Sedaka - Next Door To Angel (RCA)
    35 – 35 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    36 – 32 – Marty Wilde - Ever Since You Said Goodbye (Philips)
    37 – 34 – Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock (Cameo-Parkway)
    38 – 44 – Russ Conway - Always You And Me (Columbia)
    39 – 45 – Tommy Roe - Susie Darlin' (HMV)
    40 – 33 – Brian Hyland - Warmed Over Kisses (HMV)
    41 – 40 – Matt Monro - My Love And Devotion (Parlophone)
    42 – 37 – Ronnie Carroll - If Only Tommorrow (Philips)
    43 – NEW – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    44 – 36 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    45 – NEW – Patsy Cline – Heartaches (Brunswick)
    46 – NEW – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    47 – 30 – Ray Charles - You Don't Know Me (HMV)
    48 – NEW – Carol Deene – James (HMV)
    49 – 38 – Elvis Presley - She's Not You (RCA)
    50 – NEW – Adam Faith - Baby Take A Bow (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    December 15, 1962

    01 – 01 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    02 – 08 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    03 – 05 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    04 – 02 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    05 – 04 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    06 – 06 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    07 – 03 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    08 – 26 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time (Columbia)
    09 – 09 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    10 – 07 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    11 – 13 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    12 – 10 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    13 – 11 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    14 – 23 – Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Brunswick)
    15 – 15 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    16 – 20 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    17 – 18 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    18 – 12 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    19 – 22 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    20 – 19 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    21 – 14 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    22 – 21 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    23 – 16 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    24 – 24 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    25 – 25 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    26 – 17 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    27 – 32 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    28 – NEW – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    29 – 31 – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    30 – 29 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    31 – 38 – Russ Conway - Always You And Me (Columbia)
    32 – 50 – Adam Faith - Baby Take A Bow (Parlophone)
    33 – 30 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    34 – 33 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    35 – 34 – Neil Sedaka - Next Door To Angel (RCA)
    36 – 43 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    37 – 27 – Tommy Roe – Sheila (HMV)
    38 – 35 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    39 – 28 – Carole King - It Might As Well Rain Until September (London)
    40 – 39 – Tommy Roe - Susie Darlin' (HMV)
    41 – 44 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    42 – 48 – Carol Deene – James (HMV)
    43 – 46 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    44 – 37 – Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock (Cameo-Parkway)
    45 – 36 – Marty Wilde - Ever Since You Said Goodbye (Philips)
    46 – 40 – Brian Hyland - Warmed Over Kisses (HMV)
    47 – 42 – Ronnie Carroll - If Only Tommorrow (Philips)
    48 – 41 – Matt Monro - My Love And Devotion (Parlophone)
    49 – 45 – Patsy Cline – Heartaches (Brunswick)
    50 – NEW – Ella Fitzgerald – Desafinado (Verve)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    December 22, 1962

    01 – 02 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    02 – 01 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    03 – 08 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time (Columbia)
    04 – 03 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    05 – 06 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    06 – 05 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    07 – 04 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    08 – 14 – Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Brunswick)
    09 – 07 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    10 – 10 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    11 – 28 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    12 – 16 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    13 – 09 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    14 – 11 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    15 – 12 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    16 – 19 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    17 – 20 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    18 – 22 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    19 – 13 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    20 – 17 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    21 – 15 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    22 – 24 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    23 – 18 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    24 – 27 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    25 – 25 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    26 – 21 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    27 – 29 – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    28 – 23 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    29 – 31 – Russ Conway - Always You And Me (Columbia)
    30 – 32 – Adam Faith - Baby Take A Bow (Parlophone)
    31 – 38 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    32 – 26 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    33 – 30 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    34 – 43 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    35 – 35 – Neil Sedaka - Next Door To Angel (RCA)
    36 – 36 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    37 – NEW – Ray Charles - Your Cheating Heart (HMV)
    38 – 33 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    39 – 42 – Carol Deene – James (HMV)
    40 – 49 – Patsy Cline – Heartaches (Brunswick)
    41 – NEW – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    42 – NEW – Frank Sinatra And Sammy Davis - Me And My Shadow (Reprise)
    43 – 41 – Acker Bilk - Stranger On The Shore (Columbia)
    44 – NEW – Bernard Cribbins - Gossip Calypso (Parlophone)
    45 – 40 – Tommy Roe - Susie Darlin' (HMV)
    46 – NEW – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    47 – NEW – Little Eva - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby (London)
    48 – 34 – Acker Bilk – Lonely (Columbia)
    49 – 44 – Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock (Cameo-Parkway)
    50 – 45 – Marty Wilde - Ever Since You Said Goodbye (Philips)

    MM did not publish a chart on 29th December. Instead of weekly chart have printed “The Year’s Top Thirty” (the thirty best- selling singles of 1962). They have been worked out on the basis of points awarded to each record for its chart placings.
    I can post them here as well if you'll express a wish.
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    by » Tue September 13th, 2005, 18:21

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    January 5, 1963

    01 – 03 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    02 – 01 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    03 – 11 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    04 – 04 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    05 – 05 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    06 – 02 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    07 – 10 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    08 – 06 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    09 – 07 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    10 – 12 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    11 – 09 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    12 – 08 – Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Brunswick)
    13 – 16 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    14 – 18 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    15 – 14 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    16 – 24 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    17 – 13 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    18 – 34 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    19 – 46 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    20 – 37 – Ray Charles - Your Cheating Heart (HMV)
    21 – 22 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    22 – 15 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    23 – 17 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    24 – 30 – Adam Faith - Baby Take A Bow (Parlophone)
    25 – 27 – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    26 – 19 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    27 – 36 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    28 – 42 – Frank Sinatra And Sammy Davis - Me And My Shadow (Reprise)
    29 – 20 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    30 – 41 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    31 – 25 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    32 – 21 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    33 – 31 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    34 – 44 – Bernard Cribbins - Gossip Calypso (Parlophone)
    35 – NEW – Mike Sarne - Just For Kicks (Parlophone)
    36 – 23 – Everly Brothers - No One Can Make My Sunshine Smile (Warner Bros.)
    37 – 33 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    38 – NEW – Julie Grant - Up On The Roof (Pye)
    39 – 26 – Little Eva - The Loco-Motion (London)
    j40 – 49 – Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock (Cameo-Parkway)
    j40 – NEW – Routers - Let's Go (Warner Bros.)
    j40 – 29 – Russ Conway - Always You And Me (Columbia)
    43 – 39 – Carol Deene – James (HMV)
    44 – 32 – Craig Douglas – Oh, Lonesome Me (Decca)
    j45 – 28 – Nat Cole - Ramblin' Rose (Capitol)
    j45 – NEW – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    47 – 40 – Patsy Cline – Heartaches (Brunswick)
    48 – 47 – Little Eva - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby (London)
    49 – 38 – Shirley Bassey - What Now My Love? (Columbia)
    50 – NEW – Nat 'King' Cole - Dear Lonely Hearts (Capitol)

    Actually MM did not print LW positions for the Chart of January 5,1963 because of absence of the one last week at all. So i've took a volitional decision and transfered LW data from the previous chart of weekending December 22,1962.

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    January 12, 1963

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    03 – 03 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    04 – 05 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    05 – 04 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    06 – 06 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    07 – 10 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    08 – 07 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    09 – 09 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    10 – 08 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    11 – 19 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    12 – 16 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    13 – 18 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    14 – 11 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    15 – 14 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    16 – 13 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    17 – 15 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    18 – 20 – Ray Charles - Your Cheating Heart (HMV)
    19 – 24 – Adam Faith - Baby Take A Bow (Parlophone)
    20 – 27 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    21 – 21 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    22 – 17 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    23 – 45 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    24 – 30 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    25 – 23 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    26 – 28 – Frank Sinatra And Sammy Davis - Me And My Shadow (Reprise)
    27 – NEW – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    28 – 25 – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    29 – 12 – Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree (Brunswick)
    30 – 35 – Mike Sarne - Just For Kicks (Parlophone)
    31 – NEW – Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby (London)
    32 – 31 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    33 – 34 – Bernard Cribbins - Gossip Calypso (Parlophone)
    34 – 38 – Julie Grant - Up On The Roof (Pye)
    35 – 22 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    36 – 29 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    37 – 33 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    38 – NEW – Tijuana Brass - The Lonely Bull (Stateside)
    39 – NEW – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    40 – 48 – Little Eva - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby (London)
    41 – 26 – Mark Wynter - Venus In Blue Jeans (Pye)
    42 – 40 – Routers - Let's Go (Warner Bros.)
    43 – NEW – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    44 – 37 – Frank Ifield - I Remember You (Columbia)
    45 – 32 – John Barry - James Bond Theme (Columbia)
    46 – 40 – Russ Conway - Always You And Me (Columbia)
    47 – 43 – Carol Deene – James (HMV)
    48 – 40 – Chubby Checker - Limbo Rock (Cameo-Parkway)
    49 – NEW – The Vernon Girls - Funny All Over (Decca)
    50 – RE – Tommy Roe - Susie Darlin' (HMV)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    January 19, 1963

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    02 – 03 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    03 – 02 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    04 – 04 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    05 – 12 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    06 – 05 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    07 – 11 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    08 – 06 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    09 – 27 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    10 – 07 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    11 – 13 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    12 – 39 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    13 – 08 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    14 – 23 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    15 – 10 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    16 – 09 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    17 – 31 – Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby (London)
    18 – 20 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    19 – 15 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    20 – 14 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    21 – 30 – Mike Sarne - Just For Kicks (Parlophone)
    22 – 24 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    23 – 16 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    24 – 18 – Ray Charles - Your Cheating Heart (HMV)
    25 – 17 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    26 – 21 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    27 – 38 – Tijuana Brass - The Lonely Bull (Stateside)
    28 – 22 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)
    29 – 19 – Adam Faith - Baby Take A Bow (Parlophone)
    30 – 34 – Julie Grant - Up On The Roof (Pye)
    31 – 26 – Frank Sinatra And Sammy Davis - Me And My Shadow (Reprise)
    32 – 32 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    33 – 25 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    34 – 28 – Peter Jay - Can Can '62 (Decca)
    35 – 43 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    36 – 33 – Bernard Cribbins - Gossip Calypso (Parlophone)
    37 – 42 – Routers - Let's Go (Warner Bros.)
    38 – 49 – The Vernon Girls - Funny All Over (Decca)
    j39 – NEW – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    j39 – 37 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    41 – 40 – Little Eva - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby (London)
    42 – 35 – Four Seasons – Sherry (Stateside)
    43 – NEW – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    44 – NEW – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    45 – 36 – Richard Chamberlain - Love Me Tender (MGM)
    46 – NEW – Marty Robbins - Ruby Ann (CBS)
    47 – NEW – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    48 – NEW – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    j49 – NEW – Orlons - Don't Hang Up (Cameo-Parkway)
    j49 – NEW – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    January 26, 1963

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    03 – 12 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    04 – 05 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    05 – 09 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    06 – 03 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    07 – 04 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    08 – 14 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    09 – 07 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    10 – 11 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    11 – 08 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    12 – 06 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    13 – 17 – Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby (London)
    14 – 10 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    15 – 22 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    16 – 39 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    17 – 13 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    18 – 15 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    19 – 18 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    20 – 21 – Mike Sarne - Just For Kicks (Parlophone)
    21 – 44 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    22 – 16 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    23 – 19 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    24 – 43 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    25 – NEW – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    26 – 49 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    27 – 20 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    28 – 24 – Ray Charles - Your Cheating Heart (HMV)
    29 – 27 – Tijuana Brass - The Lonely Bull (Stateside)
    30 – NEW – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    31 – 23 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    32 – 46 – Marty Robbins - Ruby Ann (CBS)
    33 – 48 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    34 – 26 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    35 – 35 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    36 – NEW – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    37 – 25 – Pat Boone - The Main Attraction (London)
    38 – 39 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    39 – 47 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    40 – 31 – Frank Sinatra And Sammy Davis - Me And My Shadow (Reprise)
    41 – 38 – The Vernon Girls - Funny All Over (Decca)
    42 – 49 – Orlons - Don't Hang Up (Cameo-Parkway)
    43 – 32 – Billy Fury - Because Of Love (Decca)
    44 – 37 – Routers - Let's Go (Warner Bros.)
    45 – 29 – Adam Faith - Baby Take A Bow (Parlophone)
    46 – NEW – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    47 – 30 – Julie Grant - Up On The Roof (Pye)
    48 – 33 – Joe Loss - Must Be Madison (HMV)
    49 – 41 – Little Eva - Keep Your Hands Off My Baby (London)
    50 – 28 – Marty Robbins - Devil Woman (CBS)

    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    February 2, 1963

    01 – 03 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    02 – 01 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    03 – 02 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    04 – 05 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    05 – 04 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    06 – 08 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    07 – 16 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    08 – 06 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    09 – 10 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    10 – 09 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    11 – 15 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    12 – 13 – Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby (London)
    13 – 30 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    14 – 07 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    15 – 25 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    16 – 36 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    17 – 21 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    18 – 24 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    19 – 12 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    20 – 26 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    21 – 39 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    22 – 19 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    23 – 11 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    24 – 14 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    25 – 18 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    26 – 20 – Mike Sarne - Just For Kicks (Parlophone)
    27 – 17 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    28 – 32 – Marty Robbins - Ruby Ann (CBS)
    29 – 29 – Tijuana Brass - The Lonely Bull (Stateside)
    30 – NEW – The Chucks - Loo-Be-Loo (Decca)
    31 – 33 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    32 – 35 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    33 – NEW – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    34 – 23 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    35 – NEW – The Crickets - My Little Girl (Liberty)
    36 – 46 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    37 – 34 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    38 – 28 – Ray Charles - Your Cheating Heart (HMV)
    39 – 22 – Chris Montez - Let's Dance (London)
    40 – 27 – Del Shannon - Swiss Maid (London)
    41 – NEW – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    42 – 41 – The Vernon Girls - Funny All Over (Decca)
    43 – 42 – Orlons - Don't Hang Up (Cameo-Parkway)
    44 – 31 – Bobby Vee - A Forever Kind Of Love (Liberty)
    45 – NEW – Adam Faith - What Now? (Parlophone)
    j46 – 40 – Frank Sinatra And Sammy Davis - Me And My Shadow (Reprise)
    j46 – 44 – Routers - Let's Go (Warner Bros.)
    48 – 38 – Hank Locklin - We're Gonna Go Fishin' (RCA)
    49 – 45 – Adam Faith - Baby Take A Bow (Parlophone)
    50 – NEW – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    February 9, 1963

    01 – 01 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    02 – 02 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    03 – 04 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    04 – 07 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    05 – 13 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    06 – 05 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    07 – 06 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    08 – 03 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    09 – 21 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    10 – 15 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    11 – 11 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    12 – 20 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    13 – 16 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    14 – 18 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    15 – 17 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    16 – 08 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    17 – 33 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    18 – 09 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    19 – 10 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    20 – 12 – Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby (London)
    21 – 30 – The Chucks - Loo-Be-Loo (Decca)
    22 – 41 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    23 – 14 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    24 – 35 – The Crickets - My Little Girl (Liberty)
    25 – 31 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    26 – 50 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    27 – 22 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    28 – 32 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    29 – 23 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    30 – 36 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    31 – NEW – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    32 – 25 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    33 – 28 – Marty Robbins - Ruby Ann (CBS)
    34 – 19 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    35 – 29 – Tijuana Brass - The Lonely Bull (Stateside)
    36 – 45 – Adam Faith - What Now? (Parlophone)
    37 – 27 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    38 – 24 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)
    39 – 26 – Mike Sarne - Just For Kicks (Parlophone)
    40 – NEW – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    41 – 37 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    42 – 34 – Stan Getz And Charlie Byrd – Desafinado (HMV)
    43 – NEW – Doug Sheldon - I Saw Linda Yesterday (Decca)
    44 – 42 – The Vernon Girls - Funny All Over (Decca)
    45 – 38 – Ray Charles - Your Cheating Heart (HMV)
    46 – NEW – Eydie Gorme - Blame It On The Bossa Nova (CBS)
    47 – NEW – Susan Maughan - Hand A Handkerchief To Helen (Philips)
    48 – 46 – Routers - Let's Go (Warner Bros.)
    49 – 46 – Frank Sinatra And Sammy Davis - Me And My Shadow (Reprise)
    50 – NEW – Helen Shapiro - Queen For Tonight (Columbia)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    February 16, 1963

    01 – 01 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    02 – 09 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    03 – 05 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    04 – 04 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    05 – 02 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    06 – 03 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    07 – 06 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    08 – 07 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    09 – 10 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    10 – 11 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    11 – 17 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    12 – 08 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    13 – 12 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    14 – 13 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    15 – 31 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    16 – 22 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    17 – 14 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    18 – 15 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    19 – 26 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    20 – 24 – The Crickets - My Little Girl (Liberty)
    21 – 18 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    22 – 16 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    23 – 21 – The Chucks - Loo-Be-Loo (Decca)
    24 – 40 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    25 – 20 – Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby (London)
    26 – 25 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    27 – 28 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    28 – 30 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    29 – 19 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    30 – NEW – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    31 – 23 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    32 – 36 – Adam Faith - What Now? (Parlophone)
    33 – 33 – Marty Robbins - Ruby Ann (CBS)
    34 – 46 – Eydie Gorme - Blame It On The Bossa Nova (CBS)
    35 – 43 – Doug Sheldon - I Saw Linda Yesterday (Decca)
    36 – 27 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    37 – 29 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    38 – 50 – Helen Shapiro - Queen For Tonight (Columbia)
    39 – 35 – Tijuana Brass - The Lonely Bull (Stateside)
    40 – NEW – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    41 – 37 – Tornados – Telstar (Decca)
    42 – 32 – Susan Maughan - Bobby's Girl (Philips)
    43 – 41 – Beatles - Love Me Do (Parlophone)
    44 – 34 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    45 – NEW – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    j46 – NEW – Duane Eddy - Boss Guitar (RCA)
    j46 – 47 – Susan Maughan - Hand A Handkerchief To Helen (Philips)
    48 – 44 – The Vernon Girls - Funny All Over (Decca)
    49 – 39 – Mike Sarne - Just For Kicks (Parlophone)
    50 – 38 – Joe Brown - It Only Took A Minute (Piccadilly)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    February 23, 1963

    01 – 01 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    02 – 02 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    03 – 03 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    04 – 04 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    05 – 11 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    06 – 15 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    07 – 09 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    08 – 10 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    09 – 13 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    10 – 05 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    11 – 16 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    12 – 06 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    13 – 07 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    14 – 19 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    15 – 30 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    16 – 08 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    17 – 14 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    18 – 12 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    19 – 24 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    20 – 17 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    21 – 20 – The Crickets - My Little Girl (Liberty)
    22 – 18 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    23 – 40 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    24 – NEW – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    25 – 45 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    26 – 28 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    27 – 23 – The Chucks - Loo-Be-Loo (Decca)
    28 – 27 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    29 – 26 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    30 – 46 – Duane Eddy - Boss Guitar (RCA)
    31 – 22 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    32 – 21 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    33 – 32 – Adam Faith - What Now? (Parlophone)
    34 – 34 – Eydie Gorme - Blame It On The Bossa Nova (CBS)
    35 – NEW – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    36 – 35 – Doug Sheldon - I Saw Linda Yesterday (Decca)
    37 – 38 – Helen Shapiro - Queen For Tonight (Columbia)
    38 – 25 – Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby (London)
    39 – 33 – Marty Robbins - Ruby Ann (CBS)
    40 – 29 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    41 – NEW – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    42 – NEW – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    43 – 39 – Tijuana Brass - The Lonely Bull (Stateside)
    44 – 36 – Crystals - He's A Rebel (London)
    45 – NEW – Rolf Harris - Johnny Day (Columbia)
    46 – 31 – Duane Eddy - Guitar Man (RCA)
    47 – 37 – Frank Ifield - Lovesick Blues / She Taught Me How To Yodle (Columbia)
    j48 – 46 – Susan Maughan - Hand A Handkerchief To Helen (Philips)
    j48 – 44 – Rolf Harris - Sun Arise (Columbia)
    50 – NEW – Don Spencer – Fireball XL5 (HMV)

    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Sun September 18th, 2005, 07:30

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    March 2, 1963

    01 – 02 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    02 – 03 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    03 – 06 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    04 – 01 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    05 – 05 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    06 – 08 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    07 – 15 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    08 – 24 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    09 – 04 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    10 – 09 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    11 – 07 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    12 – 11 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    13 – 14 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    14 – 23 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    15 – 25 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    16 – 19 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    17 – 13 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    18 – 12 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    19 – 10 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    20 – 26 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    21 – 17 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    22 – 16 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    23 – 21 – The Crickets - My Little Girl (Liberty)
    24 – 20 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    25 – 35 – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    26 – 18 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    27 – 22 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    28 – 30 – Duane Eddy - Boss Guitar (RCA)
    29 – 41 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    30 – 29 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    31 – 42 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    32 – 28 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    33 – 27 – The Chucks - Loo-Be-Loo (Decca)
    34 – 33 – Adam Faith - What Now? (Parlophone)
    35 – NEW – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    36 – 36 – Doug Sheldon - I Saw Linda Yesterday (Decca)
    37 – 34 – Eydie Gorme - Blame It On The Bossa Nova (CBS)
    38 – 50 – Don Spencer – Fireball XL5 (HMV)
    39 – 37 – Helen Shapiro - Queen For Tonight (Columbia)
    40 – 32 – Kenny Lynch - Up On The Roof (HMV)
    41 – NEW – Frank Sinatra - My Kind Of Girl (Reprise)
    42 – 31 – Elvis Presley - Return to Sender (RCA)
    43 – 38 – Mel Torme - Comin' Home Baby (London)
    44 – NEW – Craig Douglas - Town Crier (Decca)
    45 – 45 – Rolf Harris - Johnny Day (Columbia)
    46 – 40 – Mark Wynter - Go Away Little Girl (Pye)
    47 – NEW – Danny Williams - My Own True Love (HMV)
    48 – 39 – Marty Robbins - Ruby Ann (CBS)
    49 – NEW – Brook Brothers - Trouble Is My Middle Name (Pye)
    50 – 48 – Susan Maughan - Hand A Handkerchief To Helen (Philips)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    March 9, 1963

    01 – 01 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    02 – 02 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    03 – 03 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    04 – 08 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    05 – 07 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    06 – 04 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    07 – 05 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    08 – 14 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    09 – 06 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    10 – 13 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    11 – 15 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    12 – 16 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    13 – 09 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    14 – 12 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    15 – 10 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    16 – 11 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    17 – 20 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    18 – 35 – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    19 – 19 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    20 – 25 – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    21 – 18 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    22 – 29 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    23 – 17 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    24 – NEW – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    25 – 21 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    26 – 23 – The Crickets - My Little Girl (Liberty)
    27 – 31 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    28 – 22 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    29 – 28 – Duane Eddy - Boss Guitar (RCA)
    30 – 24 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    31 – 26 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    32 – NEW – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    33 – 27 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    34 – 30 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    35 – NEW – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    36 – 32 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    37 – NEW – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)
    38 – 41 – Frank Sinatra - My Kind Of Girl (Reprise)
    39 – 33 – The Chucks - Loo-Be-Loo (Decca)
    40 – 34 – Adam Faith - What Now? (Parlophone)
    41 – 38 – Don Spencer – Fireball XL5 (HMV)
    42 – NEW – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    43 – 44 – Craig Douglas - Town Crier (Decca)
    44 – NEW – Cougars - Saturday Night At The Duck Pond (Parlophone)
    45 – 36 – Doug Sheldon - I Saw Linda Yesterday (Decca)
    46 – 37 – Eydie Gorme - Blame It On The Bossa Nova (CBS)
    47 – 45 – Rolf Harris - Johnny Day (Columbia)
    48 – 39 – Helen Shapiro - Queen For Tonight (Columbia)
    49 – 49 – Brook Brothers - Trouble Is My Middle Name (Pye)
    50 – NEW – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    March 16, 1963

    01 – 04 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    02 – 01 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    03 – 05 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    04 – 03 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    05 – 08 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    06 – 24 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    07 – 02 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    08 – 09 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    09 – 11 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    10 – 12 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    11 – 07 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    12 – 06 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    13 – 18 – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    14 – 10 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    15 – 17 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    16 – 14 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    17 – 13 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    18 – 15 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    19 – 16 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    20 – 22 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    21 – 20 – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    22 – 27 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    23 – 32 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    24 – 35 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    25 – 19 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    26 – 50 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    27 – 37 – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)
    28 – 23 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    29 – 21 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    30 – 25 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    31 – 29 – Duane Eddy - Boss Guitar (RCA)
    32 – 26 – The Crickets - My Little Girl (Liberty)
    33 – 42 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    34 – NEW – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    35 – NEW – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    36 – 28 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    37 – 38 – Frank Sinatra - My Kind Of Girl (Reprise)
    38 – 34 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    39 – 30 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    40 – 44 – Cougars - Saturday Night At The Duck Pond (Parlophone)
    41 – 33 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    42 – 43 – Craig Douglas - Town Crier (Decca)
    43 – 41 – Don Spencer – Fireball XL5 (HMV)
    44 – 31 – Shadows - Dance On! (Columbia)
    45 – 36 – David Thorne - The Alley Cat Song (Stateside)
    46 – 46 – Eydie Gorme - Blame It On The Bossa Nova (CBS)
    47 – 47 – Rolf Harris - Johnny Day (Columbia)
    48 – NEW – Jerry Lee Lewis - Good Golly Miss Molly (London)
    49 – 45 – Doug Sheldon - I Saw Linda Yesterday (Decca)
    50 – 40 – Adam Faith - What Now? (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    March 23, 1963

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    02 – 06 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    03 – 03 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    04 – 02 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    05 – 05 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    06 – 04 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    07 – 08 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    08 – 09 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    09 – 07 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    10 – 10 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    11 – 15 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    12 – 13 – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    13 – 23 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    14 – 22 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    15 – 24 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    16 – 12 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    17 – 11 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    18 – 20 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    19 – 34 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    20 – 16 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    21 – 14 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    22 – 26 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    23 – 19 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    24 – 35 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    25 – 21 – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    26 – 18 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    27 – 33 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    28 – 17 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    29 – 27 – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)
    30 – 25 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    31 – 40 – Cougars - Saturday Night At The Duck Pond (Parlophone)
    32 – NEW – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    33 – 31 – Duane Eddy - Boss Guitar (RCA)
    34 – NEW – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    35 – 28 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    36 – 48 – Jerry Lee Lewis - Good Golly Miss Molly (London)
    37 – NEW – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    38 – 30 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    39 – 43 – Don Spencer – Fireball XL5 (HMV)
    40 – 37 – Frank Sinatra - My Kind Of Girl (Reprise)
    41 – 29 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)
    42 – NEW – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    43 – NEW – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    44 – 42 – Craig Douglas - Town Crier (Decca)
    45 – 32 – The Crickets - My Little Girl (Liberty)
    46 – 36 – Mike Berry - Don't You Think It's Time (HMV)
    47 – NEW – Ray Charles - Don't Set Me Free (HMV)
    48 – 41 – Chris Montez - Some Kinda Fun (London)
    49 – 38 – Ricky Nelson - It's Up To You (London)
    j50 – 39 – Four Seasons - Big Girls Don't Cry (Stateside)
    j50 – NEW – Karl Denver - Can You Forgive Me (Decca)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    March 30, 1963

    01 – 01 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    03 – 05 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    04 – 14 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    05 – 03 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    06 – 11 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    07 – 04 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    08 – 13 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    09 – 07 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    10 – 06 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    11 – 08 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    12 – 24 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    13 – 15 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    14 – 10 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    15 – 19 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    16 – 09 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    17 – 12 – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    18 – 18 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    19 – 22 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    20 – 34 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    21 – 32 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    22 – 17 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    23 – 27 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    24 – 20 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    25 – 16 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    26 – 23 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    27 – 43 – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    28 – 37 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    29 – 21 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    30 – 25 – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    31 – 42 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    32 – 29 – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)
    33 – 26 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    34 – 39 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    35 – NEW – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    36 – 28 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    37 – 36 – Jerry Lee Lewis - Good Golly Miss Molly (London)
    38 – NEW – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    39 – NEW – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    40 – 30 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    41 – 50 – Karl Denver - Can You Forgive Me (Decca)
    42 – 47– Ray Charles - Don't Set Me Free (HMV)
    43 – NEW – Mike Sarne - Code Of Love (Parlophone)
    44 – 31 – Cougars - Saturday Night At The Duck Pond (Parlophone)
    45 – NEW – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye)
    46 – 40 – Frank Sinatra - My Kind Of Girl (Reprise)
    47 – 33 – Duane Eddy - Boss Guitar (RCA)
    48 – 38 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    49 – 35 – Maureen Evans - Like I Do (Oriole)
    50 – 41 – Tornados – Globetrotter (Decca)




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    by » Sun September 18th, 2005, 11:35

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    April 6, 1963

    01 – 02 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    02 – 12 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    03 – 04 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    04 – 01 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    05 – 03 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    06 – 08 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    07 – 06 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    08 – 15 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    09 – 13 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    10 – 05 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    11 – 09 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    12 – 20 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    13 – 07 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    14 – 11 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    15 – 19 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    16 – 10 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    17 – 23 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    18 – 21 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    19 – 14 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    20 – 18 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    21 – 17 – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    22 – 16 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    23 – 27 – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    24 – 28 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    25 – 35 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    26 – 39 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    27 – 31 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    28 – 26 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    j29 – 30 – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    j29 – 38 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    31 – 22 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    32 – 34 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    33 – 41 – Karl Denver - Can You Forgive Me (Decca)
    34 – 32 – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)
    35 – 45 – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye)
    36 – 24 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    37 – 29 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    38 – NEW – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    39 – 25 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    40 – 37 – Jerry Lee Lewis - Good Golly Miss Molly (London)
    41 – 43 – Mike Sarne - Code Of Love (Parlophone)
    42 – 42 – Ray Charles - Don't Set Me Free (HMV)
    43 – NEW – Ruby And The Romantics - Our Day Will Come (London)
    44 – 33 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    45 – 36 – Del Shannon - Little Town Flirt (London)
    46 – 47 – Duane Eddy - Boss Guitar (RCA)
    47 – 46 – Frank Sinatra - My Kind Of Girl (Reprise)
    48 – 48 – Acker Bilk - A Taste Of Honey (Columbia)
    49 – 40 – Cliff Richard - The Next Time / Bachelor Boy (Columbia)
    50 – NEW – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    April 13, 1963

    01 – 02 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    02 – 03 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    03 – 01 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    04 – 04 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    05 – 06 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    06 – 08 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    07 – 09 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    08 – 05 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    09 – 12 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    10 – 07 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    11 – 11 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    12 – 18 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    13 – 15 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    14 – 10 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    15 – 25 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    16 – 17 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    17 – 13 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    18 – 14 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    19 – 26 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    20 – 23 – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    21 – 24 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    22 – 20 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    23 – 19 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    24 – 16 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    25 – 29 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    26 – 38 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    27 – 27 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    28 – NEW – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    29 – 21 – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    30 – 22 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    31 – 35 – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye)
    32 – 28 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    33 – 32 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    34 – 41 – Mike Sarne - Code Of Love (Parlophone)
    35 – 33 – Karl Denver - Can You Forgive Me (Decca)
    36 – 29 – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    37 – 43 – Ruby And The Romantics - Our Day Will Come (London)
    38 – 37 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    39 – 34 – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)
    40 – 39 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan – Diamonds (Decca)
    41 – 31 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    42 – 40 – Jerry Lee Lewis - Good Golly Miss Molly (London)
    43 – 42 – Ray Charles - Don't Set Me Free (HMV)
    44 – 36 – The Rooftop Singers - Walk Right In (Fontana)
    45 – 44 – Kenny Ball – Sukiyaki (Pye)
    46 – NEW – Mike Berry - My Little Baby (HMV)
    47 – 50 – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)
    48 – NEW – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    49 – NEW – Tony Bennett – I Wanna Be Around (CBS)
    50 – RE – Cougars - Saturday Night At The Duck Pond (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    April 20, 1963

    01 – 01 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    03 – 05 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    04 – 03 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    05 – 06 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    06 – 09 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    07 – 15 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    08 – 04 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    09 – 07 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    10 – 16 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    11 – 08 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    12 – 19 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    13 – 10 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    14 – 13 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    15 – 28 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    16 – 25 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    17 – 12 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    18 – 11 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    19 – NEW – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    20 – 21 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    21 – 14 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    22 – 26 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    23 – 17 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    24 – 20 – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    25 – 18 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    26 – 22 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    27 – 27 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    28 – 34 – Mike Sarne - Code Of Love (Parlophone)
    29 – 31 – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye)
    30 – 23 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    31 – 24 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    32 – 33 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    33 – 48 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    34 – 35 – Karl Denver - Can You Forgive Me (Decca)
    35 – 37 – Ruby And The Romantics - Our Day Will Come (London)
    36 – 32 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    37 – 29 – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    38 – 46 – Mike Berry - My Little Baby (HMV)
    39 – 36 – Richard Chamberlain - Hi-Lili Hi-Lo (MGM)
    40 – 47 – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)
    41 – 30 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    42 – 49 – Tony Bennett – I Wanna Be Around (CBS)
    43 – 38 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole) (43)
    44 – 39 – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)
    45 – 42 – Jerry Lee Lewis - Good Golly Miss Molly (London)
    46 – NEW – The Spotnicks - Just Listen To My Heart (Oriole)
    47 – 41 – Frankie Vaughan - Loop-De-Loop (Philips)
    48 – NEW – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    49 – 43 – Ray Charles - Don't Set Me Free (HMV)
    50 – 50 – Cougars - Saturday Night At The Duck Pond (Parlophone)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    April 27, 1963

    01 – 01 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    02 – 02 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    03 – 19 – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    04 – 07 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    05 – 03 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    06 – 05 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    07 – 06 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    08 – 15 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    09 – 04 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    10 – 16 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    11 – 10 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    12 – 12 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    13 – 09 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    14 – 08 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    15 – 11 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    16 – 22 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    17 – 13 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    18 – 14 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    19 – 17 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    20 – 18 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    21 – 20 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    22 – 24 – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    23 – 33 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    24 – 29 – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye)
    25 – 27 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    26 – 21 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    27 – 28 – Mike Sarne - Code Of Love (Parlophone)
    28 – 23 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    29 – 26 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    30 – 25 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    31 – NEW – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan - Scarlett O'Hara (Decca)
    32 – 32 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    33 – NEW – Del Shannon - Two Kinds Of Teardrops (London)
    34 – 48 – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    35 – 34 – Karl Denver - Can You Forgive Me (Decca)
    36 – 35 – Ruby And The Romantics - Our Day Will Come (London)
    37 – 38 – Mike Berry - My Little Baby (HMV)
    38 – 30 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    39 – NEW – Wink Martindale - Deck Of Cards (London)
    40 – 46 – The Spotnicks - Just Listen To My Heart (Oriole)
    41 – 31 – Bobby Vee - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes (Liberty)
    42 – 36 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    43 – NEW – Paul And Paula - Young Lovers (Philips)
    44 – 37 – Elvis Presley - One Broken Heart For Sale (RCA)
    45 – 41 – Frank Ifield - The Wayward Wind (Columbia)
    46 – 40 – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)
    47 – NEW – Chantays – Pipeline (London)
    48 – 43 – The Spotnicks - Hava Nagila (Oriole)
    49 – 45 – Jerry Lee Lewis - Good Golly Miss Molly (London)
    50 – 44 – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)


    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Mon September 19th, 2005, 19:37

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    May 4, 1963

    01 – 03 – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    02 – 01 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    03 – 02 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    04 – 04 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    05 – 10 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    06 – 11 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    07 – 08 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    08 – 06 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    09 – 05 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    10 – 07 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    11 – 12 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    12 – 16 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    13 – 31 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan - Scarlett O'Hara (Decca)
    14 – 09 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    15 – 13 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    16 – 14 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    17 – 33 – Del Shannon - Two Kinds Of Teardrops (London)
    18 – 23 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    19 – 15 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    20 – 17 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    21 – 18 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    22 – 21 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    23 – 19 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    24 – 20 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    25 – 24 – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye)
    26 – 22 – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    27 – 25 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    28 – 34 – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    29 – 39 – Wink Martindale - Deck Of Cards (London)
    30 – 27 – Mike Sarne - Code Of Love (Parlophone)
    31 – 43 – Paul And Paula - Young Lovers (Philips)
    32 – 47 – Chantays – Pipeline (London)
    33 – 36 – Ruby And The Romantics - Our Day Will Come (London)
    34 – 37 – Mike Berry - My Little Baby (HMV)
    35 – 40 – The Spotnicks - Just Listen To My Heart (Oriole)
    36 – 32 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    37 – 35 – Karl Denver - Can You Forgive Me (Decca)
    38 – 29 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    39 – 46 – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)
    40 – 30 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    41 – 28 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    42 – 26 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    43 – NEW – Eddie Cochran - My Way (Liberty)
    44 – NEW – Helen Shapiro - Woe Is Me (Columbia)
    45 – 42 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    46 – 38 – Billie Davis - Tell Him (Decca)
    47 – NEW – Billy J Kramer With The Dakotas - Do You Want To Know A Secret? (Parlophone)
    48 – NEW – Miki And Griff – It’s My Way Of Loving You (Pye)
    49 – 50 – Steve Race - Pied Piper (Parlophone)
    50 – NEW – Dee Dee Sharp - Do The Bird (Cameo-Parkway)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    May 11, 1963

    01 – 01 – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    02 – 02 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    03 – 05 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    04 – 13 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan - Scarlett O'Hara (Decca)
    05 – 06 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    06 – 03 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    07 – 07 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    08 – 04 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    09 – 08 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    10 – 17 – Del Shannon - Two Kinds Of Teardrops (London)
    11 – 12 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    12 – 09 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    13 – 10 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    14 – 11 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    15 – 14 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    16 – 18 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    17 – 15 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    18 – 16 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    19 – 47 – Billy J Kramer With The Dakotas - Do You Want To Know A Secret? (Parlophone)
    20 – NEW – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Lucky Lips (Columbia)
    21 – 29 – Wink Martindale - Deck Of Cards (London)
    22 – 28 – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    23 – 22 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    24 – 31 – Paul And Paula - Young Lovers (Philips)
    25 – 19 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    26 – 21 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    27 – 23 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    28 – 20 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    29 – 43 – Eddie Cochran - My Way (Liberty)
    30 – 27 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    31 – 32 – Chantays – Pipeline (London)
    32 – 24 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    33 – 25 – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye) (30)
    34 – 35 – The Spotnicks - Just Listen To My Heart (Oriole)
    35 – 26 – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    36 – 30 – Mike Sarne - Code Of Love (Parlophone)
    37 – 34 – Mike Berry - My Little Baby (HMV)
    38 – 44 – Helen Shapiro - Woe Is Me (Columbia)
    39 – 36 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    40 – 41 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    41 – 39 – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)
    42 – 40 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    43 – NEW – Petula Clark – Casanova (Pye)
    44 – 38 – John Leyton - Cupboard Love (HMV)
    45 – NEW – Freddie And The Dreamers - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Columbia)
    46 – 48 – Miki And Griff – It’s My Way Of Loving You (Pye)
    47 – 42 – Joe Brown - That's What Love Will Do (Piccadilly)
    48 – 45 – Brenda Lee - All Alone Am I (Brunswick)
    49 – 37 – Karl Denver - Can You Forgive Me (Decca)
    50 – 33 – Ruby And The Romantics - Our Day Will Come (London)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    May 18, 1963

    01 – 01 – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    02 – 04 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan - Scarlett O'Hara (Decca)
    03 – 02 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    04 – 03 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    05 – 05 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    06 – 07 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    07 – 10 – Del Shannon - Two Kinds Of Teardrops (London)
    08 – 20 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Lucky Lips (Columbia)
    09 – 19 – Billy J Kramer With The Dakotas - Do You Want To Know A Secret? (Parlophone)
    10 – 06 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    11 – 08 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    12 – 11 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    13 – 16 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    14 – 09 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    15 – 13 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    16 – 12 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    17 – 21 – Wink Martindale - Deck Of Cards (London)
    18 – 14 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    19 – 24 – Paul And Paula - Young Lovers (Philips)
    20 – 22 – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    21 – 15 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    22 – 17 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    23 – 31 – Chantays – Pipeline (London)
    24 – 18 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    25 – 29 – Eddie Cochran - My Way (Liberty)
    26 – 45 – Freddie And The Dreamers - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Columbia)
    27 – NEW – Billy Fury - When Will You Say I Love You (Decca)
    28 – 23 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    29 – 26 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    30 – 27 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    31 – 30 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    32 – 25 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    33 – 33 – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye)
    34 – 38 – Helen Shapiro - Woe Is Me (Columbia)
    35 – 28 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    36 – 34 – The Spotnicks - Just Listen To My Heart (Oriole)
    37 – NEW – James Gilreath - Little Band Of Gold (Pye)
    38 – 39 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    39 – 37 – Mike Berry - My Little Baby (HMV)
    40 – 32 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    41 – 41 – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)
    42 – 42 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    43 – 36 – Mike Sarne - Code Of Love (Parlophone)
    44 – NEW – Ray Charles - Take These Chains From My Heart (HMV)
    45 – 35 – Johnny Cymbal - Mr Bass Man (London)
    46 – NEW – Benny Hill – The Harvest Of Love (Pye)
    47 – 43 – Petula Clark – Casanova (Pye)
    48 – 46 – Miki And Griff – It’s My Way Of Loving You (Pye)
    49 – 40 – Beatles - Please Please Me (Parlophone)
    50 – NEW – Cascades - Shy Girl (Warner Bros.)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    May 25, 1963

    01 – 01 – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    02 – 02 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan - Scarlett O'Hara (Decca)
    03 – 04 – Andy Williams- Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    04 – 05 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    05 – 07 – Del Shannon - Two Kinds Of Teardrops (London)
    06 – 09 – Billy J Kramer With The Dakotas - Do You Want To Know A Secret? (Parlophone)
    07 – 08 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Lucky Lips (Columbia)
    08 – 03 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    09 – 06 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    10 – 10 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    11 – 12 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    12 – 13 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    13 – 17 – Wink Martindale - Deck Of Cards (London)
    14 – 19 – Paul And Paula - Young Lovers (Philips)
    15 – 11 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    16 – 27 – Billy Fury - When Will You Say I Love You (Decca)
    17 – 14 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    18 – 16 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    19 – 20 – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    20 – 15 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    21 – 23 – Chantays – Pipeline (London)
    22 – 18 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    23 – 26 – Freddie And The Dreamers - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Columbia)
    24 – 44 – Ray Charles - Take These Chains From My Heart (HMV)
    25 – 25 – Eddie Cochran - My Way (Liberty)
    26 – 21 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    27 – 24 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    28 – 22 – Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    29 – 46 – Benny Hill – The Harvest Of Love (Pye)
    30 – 37 – James Gilreath - Little Band Of Gold (Pye)
    31 – 31 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    32 – 34 – Helen Shapiro - Woe Is Me (Columbia)
    33 – 28 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    34 – 30 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    35 – 50 – Cascades - Shy Girl (Warner Bros.)
    36 – 36 – The Spotnicks - Just Listen To My Heart (Oriole)
    37 – 29 – Little Eva - Let's Turkey Trot (London)
    38 – 32 – Billy Fury - Like I've Never Been Gone (Decca)
    39 – 35 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)
    40 – 39 – Mike Berry - My Little Baby (HMV)
    41 – NEW – Sam Cooke - Another Saturday Night (RCA)
    42 – 33 – Julie Grant - Count On Me (Pye)
    43 – 47 – Petula Clark – Casanova (Pye)
    44 – 40 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    45 – 41 – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)
    46 – NEW – Susan Maughan - She's New To You (Philips)
    47 – NEW – Bobby Rydell - Forget Him (Cameo-Parkway)
    48 – 38 – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    49 – 42 – Paul And Paula - Hey Paula (Philips)
    50 – NEW – The Hollies - Just Like Me (Parlophone)
    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Fri September 23rd, 2005, 19:03

    OK gonna be slightly cheeky but i'm gonna re-post too links that i think people will find intresting and useful

    just been looking for album covers scans and just stumbled across this great site full of useful chart info

    http://www.skidmore.edu/~gthompso/britr ... index.html

    and this then lead to an even more useful page check this out

    http://www.skidmore.edu/~gthompso/britr ... index.html

    hope you all find these links as intresting and useful as i did

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    by » Fri September 23rd, 2005, 19:05

    OK gonna be slightly cheeky but i'm gonna re-post too links that i think people will find intresting and useful

    just been looking for album covers scans and just stumbled across this great site full of useful chart info

    http://www.skidmore.edu/~gthompso/britr ... index.html

    and this then lead to an even more useful page check this out

    http://www.skidmore.edu/~gthompso/britr ... index.html

    hope you all find these links as intresting and useful as i did

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    by » Sat September 24th, 2005, 10:06

    Sorry, thaslayerslove...but i can't catch any relationship between your post and my thread. Even more so there was no reason to post it twice. :x
    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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    by » Sat September 24th, 2005, 12:07

    Apologies for posting twice clearly an accident

    as to why i linked it: you list the week by weeks singles charts from the melody maker while the link lists week by weeks singles and album charts from the nme

    i felt people intrested in melody maker week by week charts would also be intrested in what was happening in the nme charts for the corrosponding weeks

    hope this explains my intentions and again for posting twice

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    by » Sat October 1st, 2005, 20:30

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    June 1, 1963

    01 – 01 – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    02 – 06 – Billy J Kramer With The Dakotas - Do You Want To Know A Secret? (Parlophone)
    03 – 02 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan - Scarlett O'Hara (Decca)
    04 – 03 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    05 – 07 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Lucky Lips (Columbia)
    06 – 04 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    07 – 05 – Del Shannon - Two Kinds Of Teardrops (London)
    08 – 16 – Billy Fury - When Will You Say I Love You (Decca)
    09 – 13 – Wink Martindale - Deck Of Cards (London)
    10 – 08 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    11 – 09 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    12 – 14 – Paul And Paula - Young Lovers (Philips)
    13 – 24 – Ray Charles - Take These Chains From My Heart (HMV)
    14 – 10 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    15 – 11 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    16 – 12 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    17 – 23 – Freddie And The Dreamers - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Columbia)
    18 – 15 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    19 – 21 – Chantays – Pipeline (London)
    20 – 19 – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    21 – NEW – Gerry And The Pacemakers - I Like It (Columbia)
    22 – 17 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    23 – 18 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    24 – 22 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    25 – 20 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    26 – 29 – Benny Hill – The Harvest Of Love (Pye)
    27 – 25 – Eddie Cochran - My Way (Liberty)
    28 – 30 – James Gilreath - Little Band Of Gold (Pye)
    29 – 47 – Bobby Rydell - Forget Him (Cameo-Parkway)
    30 – 26 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    31 – 41 – Sam Cooke - Another Saturday Night (RCA)
    32 – 35 – Cascades - Shy Girl (Warner Bros.)
    33 – 28 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    34 – 27 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    35 – NEW – Roy Orbison – Falling (London)
    36 – 50 – The Hollies - Just Like Me (Parlophone)
    37 – 33 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    38 – NEW – Tornados – The Ice Cream Man (Decca)
    39 – NEW – Mark Wynter - Shy Girl (Pye)
    40 – NEW – Shirelles - Foolish Little Girl (Stateside)
    41 – 32 – Helen Shapiro - Woe Is Me (Columbia)
    42 – 46 – Susan Maughan - She's New To You (Philips)
    43 – 36 – The Spotnicks - Just Listen To My Heart (Oriole)
    44 – 31 – Everly Brothers - So It Will Always Be (Warner Bros.)
    45 – 34 – Tornados – Robot (Decca)
    46 – 43 – Petula Clark – Casanova (Pye)
    47 – 44 – Springfields - Island Of Dreams (Philips)
    48 – 40 – Mike Berry - My Little Baby (HMV)
    49 – 45 – The Big Three - Some Other Guy (Decca)
    50 – 39 – The Bachelors – Charmaine (Decca)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    June 8, 1963

    01 – 01 – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    02 – 02 – Billy J Kramer With The Dakotas - Do You Want To Know A Secret? (Parlophone)
    03 – 03 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan - Scarlett O'Hara (Decca)
    04 – 08 – Billy Fury - When Will You Say I Love You (Decca)
    05 – 05 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Lucky Lips (Columbia)
    06 – 13 – Ray Charles - Take These Chains From My Heart (HMV)
    07 – 07 – Del Shannon - Two Kinds Of Teardrops (London)
    08 – 04 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    09 – 21 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - I Like It (Columbia)
    10 – 09 – Wink Martindale - Deck Of Cards (London)
    11 – 06 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    12 – 17 – Freddie And The Dreamers - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Columbia)
    13 – 12 – Paul And Paula - Young Lovers (Philips)
    14 – 11 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    15 – 19 – Chantays – Pipeline (London)
    16 – 10 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    17 – 14 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    18 – 15 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    19 – 16 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    20 – 35 – Roy Orbison – Falling (London)
    21 – 20 – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    22 – 26 – Benny Hill – The Harvest Of Love (Pye)
    23 – NEW – Shadows – Atlantis (Columbia)
    24 – 29 – Bobby Rydell - Forget Him (Cameo-Parkway)
    25 – 18 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    26 – 28 – James Gilreath - Little Band Of Gold (Pye)
    27 – 38 – Tornados – The Ice Cream Man (Decca)
    28 – 22 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    29 – 27 – Eddie Cochran - My Way (Liberty)
    30 – 31 – Sam Cooke - Another Saturday Night (RCA)
    31 – NEW – Buddy Holly - Bo Diddley (Coral)
    32 – 36 – The Hollies - Just Like Me (Parlophone)
    33 – 39 – Mark Wynter - Shy Girl (Pye)
    34 – 32 – Cascades - Shy Girl (Warner Bros.)
    35 – 40 – Shirelles - Foolish Little Girl (Stateside)
    36 – 23 – Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain (Warner Bros.)
    37 – 30 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    38 – 24 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    39 – 25 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)
    40 – NEW – Neil Sedaka - Let's Go Steady Again (RCA)
    41 – NEW – Duane Eddy - Lonely Boy Lonely Guitar (RCA)
    42 – 42 – Susan Maughan - She's New To You (Philips)
    43 – 34 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    44 – 33 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    45 – RE – Don Spencer – Fireball (HMV)
    46 – 43 – The Spotnicks - Just Listen To My Heart (Oriole)
    47 – 37 – Skeeter Davis – The End Of The World (RCA)
    48 – NEW – Lesley Gore - It's My Party (Mercury)
    49 – 41 – Helen Shapiro - Woe Is Me (Columbia)
    50 – NEW – The Mike Cotton's Jazzmen - Swing That Hammer (Columbia)

    Melody Maker TOP FIFTY
    June 15, 1963

    01 – 02 – Billy J Kramer With The Dakotas - Do You Want To Know A Secret? (Parlophone)
    02 – 09 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - I Like It (Columbia)
    03 – 01 – Beatles - From Me To You (Parlophone)
    04 – 06 – Ray Charles - Take These Chains From My Heart (HMV)
    05 – 12 – Freddie And The Dreamers - If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody (Columbia)
    06 – 03 – Jet Harris And Tony Meehan - Scarlett O'Hara (Decca)
    07 – 04 – Billy Fury - When Will You Say I Love You (Decca)
    08 – 10 – Wink Martindale - Deck Of Cards (London)
    09 – 05 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Lucky Lips (Columbia)
    10 – 23 – Shadows – Atlantis (Columbia)
    11 – 11 – Roy Orbison - In Dreams (London)
    12 – 07 – Del Shannon - Two Kinds Of Teardrops (London)
    13 – 08 – Andy Williams - Can't Get Used To Losing You (CBS)
    14 – 20 – Roy Orbison – Falling (London)
    15 – 13 – Paul And Paula - Young Lovers (Philips)
    16 – 31 – Buddy Holly - Bo Diddley (Coral)
    17 – 15 – Chantays – Pipeline (London)
    18 – 14 – Frank Ifield - Nobody's Darlin' But Mine (Columbia)
    19 – 24 – Bobby Rydell - Forget Him (Cameo-Parkway)
    20 – 16 – Gerry And The Pacemakers - How Do You Do It? (Columbia)
    21 – 27 – Tornados – The Ice Cream Man (Decca)
    22 – 17 – Ned Miller - From A Jack To A King (London)
    23 – 18 – Brenda Lee - Losing You (Brunswick)
    24 – 22 – Benny Hill – The Harvest Of Love (Pye)
    25 – 19 – Chiffons - He's So Fine (Stateside)
    26 – 21 – Kenny Ball – Casablanca (Pye)
    27 – 33 – Mark Wynter - Shy Girl (Pye)
    28 – 30 – Sam Cooke - Another Saturday Night (RCA)
    29 – 26 – James Gilreath - Little Band Of Gold (Pye)
    30 – 29 – Eddie Cochran - My Way (Liberty)
    31 – 32 – The Hollies - Just Like Me (Parlophone)
    32 – 41 – Duane Eddy - Lonely Boy Lonely Guitar (RCA)
    33 – 25 – Springfields - Say I Won't Be There (Philips)
    34 – 28 – Buddy Holly - Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Coral)
    35 – NEW – Everly Brothers - It's Been Nice (Warner Bros.)
    36 – 35 – Shirelles - Foolish Little Girl (Stateside)
    37 – 34 – Cascades - Shy Girl (Warner Bros.)
    38 – NEW – Tony Sheridan And The Beatles - My Bonnie (Polydor)
    39 – 43 – Cliff Richard and the Shadows - Summer Holiday (Columbia)
    40 – 38 – Four Seasons - Walk Like A Man (Stateside)
    41 – NEW – Crystals - Da Doo Ron Ron (London)
    42 – NEW – Billie Davis - He's The One (Decca)
    43 – NEW – Crickets - Don't Try To Change Me (Liberty)
    44 – 50 – The Mike Cotton's Jazzmen - Swing That Hammer (Columbia)
    45 – 37 – Shadows - Foot Tapper (Columbia)
    46 – 48 – Lesley Gore - It's My Party (Mercury)
    47 – 44 – Ronnie Carroll - Say Wonderful Things (Philips)
    48 – NEW – Kenny Ball – Rondo (Pye)
    49 – NEW – Jim Reeves - Welcome To My World (RCA)
    50 – 39 – Tommy Roe - The Folk Singer (HMV)

    Just some notable facts.
    As Alan Smith has already noted "Do You Want to Know A Secret?" by Billy J. Kramer is only a No2 `Officially` but it was a No1 on every other chart at the time (MM, NME, Disc, Pop Weekly and Pick Of The Pops).
    Though the Cascades had a relatively long chart carrier with Shy Girl on MM charts (50-35-32-34-37), they have never reached Record Retailer’s TOP50 (The one which BHS use).
    Lesley Gore and The Mike Cotton's Jazzmen both charted on MM TOP50 two weeks before they have achieved the same on RR’s chart.
    By the way, one of the most interesting things about “It’s My Party” and some of Lesley's follow-ups is that the arranger/producer on most of these early sessions was none other than Quincy Jones!

    I'm looking for "TOP POPS/MUSIC NOW" and "MERSEYBEAT / MUSIC ECHO" Charts to complete my 60's singles charts collection.

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