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March 24, 2020





In January, ‘Come See About Me’, on Stateside,

gave The Supremes, a US No.1 & UK No.27.

And in August, ‘What’s New Pussycat’, on Decca,

for Tom Jones, reached No.11.


In May, The Hollies, on Parlophone,

were at No.1 for three weeks, with ‘I’m Alive’.

And in September, ‘Try To Understand’, on Decca,

gave Lulu, a No.25.


In July, ‘Too Many Rivers’, on Brunswick,

made No.22, for Brenda Lee.

And in October, ‘Yesterday Man’, on Decca,

took Chris Andrews, to No.3.


In January,’You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’, on Parlophone,

for Cilla Black, peaked at No.2.

And in December, Tony Bennett, reached No.21,

on CBS, with ‘The Very Thought Of You’.


In March, ‘My Girl’, on Stateside,

gave The Temptations, a US No.1 & UK No.43.

And in December, Fontella Bass, on Chess,

made No.11, with ‘Rescue Me’.


In June, Adam Faith, on Parlophone,

took ‘Someone’s Taken Maria Away’, to No.34.

And in December, Bert Kaempfert, made No.24,

with ‘Bye Bye Blues’, on Polydor.


In March, ‘In The Meantime’, on Columbia,

gave Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames, a No.22.

And in September, Joan Baez, on Fontana,

also made No.22, with ‘It’s All Over Now Baby Blue’.


In November, The Four Seasons With The Sound Of Frankie Valli,

on Philips, peaked at No.4, with ‘Let’s Hang On’.

And in December, ‘Day Tripper’/’We Can Work It Out’,

on Parlophone, saw The Beatles, for five weeks, at No.1.


In March, ‘The Minute You’re Gone’,

on Columbia, gave Cliff Richard, a No.1 play.

And in August, The Honeycombs, made No.12,

on Pye, with ‘That’s The Way’.


In February, Marianne Faithfull, on Decca,

reached No.4, with ‘Come And Stay With Me’.

And in June, ‘Tossing & Turning’, on Piccadilly,

took The Ivy League, to No.3.


In March, ‘Little Things’, on Decca,

gave Dave Berry, a Top 5 high.

And also, in March, ‘Everybody’s Gonna Be Happy’,

for The Kinks, a No.17, on Pye.


In May, ‘The Price Of Love’, on Warner Brothers,

gave The Everly Brothers, a Top 2 success.

And in November, ‘Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Reason)’,

a US No.1 & UK No.26, for The Byrds, on CBS.



Written by

Harriet Blackbury



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