Radio 270 Top 40,
7th May 1967.


RADIO 270   Top 40   7th-14th May 1967
 
Presented by John Aston




1 (3)
Funny Familiar Forgotten Feelings
Tom Jones
2 (2)
The Boat That I Row
Lulu
3 (6)
(Hey You) Set My Soul On Fire
Mary Wells
4 (7)
New York Mining Disaster 1941
The Bee Gees
5 (27)
Take Me In Your Arms & Love Me
Gladys Knight & the Pips
6 (25)
Silence Is Golden *
The Tremeloes
7 (16)
The River Is Wide *
The Forum
8 (19)
Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon
Neil Diamond
9 (26)
Show Me
Joe Tex
10= (-)
Pictures Of Lily
The Who
10= (32)
Do The Teasy
Joyce Bond
11 (14)
Girl Without A Boy
Sheila Southern
12 (12)
Nick Knack
Zoot Money's Big Roll Band
13 (24)
I'll Walk To You
Chris Andrews
14 (15)
I Like Knees
Sir Sidney Saitheswaite & The Garbage Collectors
15 (31)
Get Me To The World On Time
The Electric Prunes
16 (20)
Western Union
The Five Americans
17 (18)
Sometimes
The Rockin' Berries
18 (33)
The First Cut Is The Deepest
P.P Arnold
19 (22)
Little Games
The Yardbirds
20 (21)
Town of Tuxley Toymaker
Billy J Kramer
21 (-)
Shake Hands and Walk Away Crying
Lou Christie
22 (23)
Maroc 7
The Shadows
23 (5)
Birds And Bees
Warm Sounds
24 (29)
Bowling Green
The Everly Brothers
25 (37)
Magic Bus
The Pudding
26 (34)
Just One More Chance
The Outer Limits
27 (-)
I'm Under The Influence Of Love
Felice Taylor
28 (-)
Sunday For Tea
Peter & Gordon
29 (-)
Yesterday's Papers
Chris Farlowe
30 (-)
Fly Me High
The Moody Blues
31 (-)
The Wind Cries Mary
The Jimi Hendrix Experience
32 (-)
Love Eyes
Nancy Sinatra
33 (-)
This Song Is Just For You**
Clinton Ford
34 (-)
24 Sycamore***
Wayne Fontana
35 (-)
Waterloo Sunset
The Kinks
36 (-)
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat
Bob Dylan
37 (-)
Lay Some Happiness On Me
Dean Martin
38 (-)
The Love Machine
Elvis Presley
39 (-)
My Old Car
Lee Dorsey
40 (-)
Day Time, Night Time
Simon Dupree & the Big Sound


* This chart is an amalgam of two people's lists. They disagree over the order of these two tracks.
 
** Ian has Clinton Ford at 32=, Per has him at 33.
 
***Ian has Wayne Fontana at no.33, Per has him at no.34.




Many thanks to Ian Kellock and Per A Berggren for providing this chart.
 
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