The City Sixty, 3rd - 10th December 1965


As before, the original document only lists the song titles and does not give the artists' names. We have attempted to fill in the gaps but, in some cases, have had to make an educated guess about which track is being referred to. If you spot any errors, please get in touch.
 
There are fourteen new entries this week, with one going straight to the top, plus four re-entries.


THE CITY SIXTY       Friday 3rd - Friday 10th December 1965
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1
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We Can Work It Out / Day Tripper
The Beatles
2
2

The Carnival Is Over
The Seekers
3
4

Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)
Cliff Richard
4
1

1 - 2 - 3
Len Barry
5
3

A Lover's Concerto
The Toys
6
5

My Generation
The Who
7
8

Maria
P.J Proby
8
9

The River
Ken Dodd
9
11

Let's Hang On
The Four Seasons
10
6

Princess In Rags
Gene Pitney
11
17

Rescue Me
Fontella Bass
12
19

To Whom It Concerns
Chris Andrews
13
7

Get Off Of My Cloud
The Rolling Stones
14
12

How Can You Tell
Sandie Shaw
15
13

Positively 4th. Street
Bob Dylan
16
18

Don't Bring Me Your Heartaches
Paul & Barry Ryan
17
26

The War Lord
The Shadows
18
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My Ship Is Coming In
The Walker Brothers
19
10

It's My Life
The Animals
20
14

Tell Me Why
Elvis Presley
21
20

Is It Really Over
Jim Reeves
22
25

Ain't That Peculiar
Marvin Gaye
23
16

You're The One
Petula Clark
24
24

Mystic Eyes
Them
25
23

Crawling Back
Roy Orbison
26
37
*
Till The End Of The Day
The Kinks
27
15

Here It Comes Again
The Fortunes
28
-

Ding! Dong! The Witch Is Dead
Wayne Gibson & the Dynamic Sounds
29
58

Down Came The Rain
Mister Murray
30
31
*
Till The End Of The Day
The Kinks
31
21

Yesterday Man
Chris Andrews
32
40

You Can't Buy My Love
Marian Angel or Barbara Lynn ?
33
-

A Must To Avoid
Herman's Hermits
34
-

It Was Easier To Hurt Her
Wayne Fontana
35
-

Bring A Little Sunshine To My Heart
George Moody
36
22

Good Lovin'
Brian Poole & the Tremeloes
37
-

The Water Is Over My Head
The Rockin' Berries
38
35

Girls, Girls, Girls
The Fourmost
39
-

I Left My Heart In San Francisco
Tony Bennett
40
-

Fever
The McCoys
41
-

Heide
Horst Jankowski
42
47

Not To Be Taken
The Bow-Bells
43
41

My Girl
Otis Redding
44
-

Standing In The Ruins
Keely Smith
45
-

Nitty Gritty
Manuella
46
27

Treat Her Right
Roy Head
47
-

I'll Remember You /
Do You Hear What I Hear
Andy Williams
48
32

In The Chapel In The Moonlight
The Bachelors
49
-

Come Away Melinda
Barry St.John
50
-

Go My Way
Valerie Mitchell
51
54

No Living Without Loving (E.P.)
Manfred Mann
52
33

You've Got What I Want
The Sorrows
53
-
**
Where Does Love Go
Charles Boyer or Roger Moore?
54
42

I'm On The Outside Looking In
Little Anthony & The Imperials
55
43

Just To Satisfy You
Val Doonican
56
-

Where Is My Girl
Robb Storme & The Whispers
57
-

Turn! Turn! Turn!
The Byrds
58
53

Over And Over
The Dave Clark Five
59
56

The Story Of John Hardy
Sir Douglas Quintet
60
38

I Found A Girl
Jan & Dean





* The same record by The Kinks is shown as both number 26 and 30. We can tell from next week's chart listing that it should be at number 30 but we have no way of knowing what ought to have been listed at 26.
 
** New in at number 53 is a song called “Where Does Love Go”. There were a number of versions of this song released, including two by famous actors - Charles Boyer and Roger Moore. The first one to be released was the American hit by Boyer with the British cover, by Moore, coming out a couple of weeks later. That was the version that Radio London playlisted. Looking ahead two weeks we can see that the City Sixty of 17th December lists two (un-credited) versions of the song. Did they go with Charles Boyer first and then add Roger Moore when they saw it picking up airplay elsewhere? Or did they go with Roger Moore first and then add Charles Boyer to give a bit of variety? Does anyone remember?


Our thanks to Brian Long.
 
The Radio London ‘Fab 40’ and Caroline South ‘Sounds Of 65’ chart for this week can be found on the Radio London website.
 
The links from the songs on this page lead to the Amazon MP3 Store where you can hear short audio clips of the tracks and customers in the UK can buy downloads. Please see this note.
 
There are a number of other offshore charts listed on The Pirate Radio Hall of Fame. Full details here.
 
Next week's City Sixty is here.
 
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