The Early Radio London Fab Forties
Sunday 19th September 1965

Mr and Mrs Bono stall at #17 and Kenny and Cash are delighted to see 'Il Silencio' on its way down.

 


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Week
2
1
Look Through Any Window Hollies
5
2
Hang On Sloopy McCoys
3
3
Whatcha Gonna Do About It? Small Faces
10
4
Eve Of Destruction Barry McGuire
31
5
Tears Ken Dodd
7
6
Take A Heart Sorrows
8
7
Universal Soldier (EP) Donovan
16
8
California Girls Beach Boys
19
9
It's All Over Now Baby Blue Joan Baez
9
10
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction Rolling Stones
6
11
Just A Little Bit Better Herman's Hermits
1
12
Like A Rolling Stone Bob Dylan
26
13
If You Gotta Go, Go Now Manfred Mann
4
14
Il Silenzio Nini Rosso
20
15
It's The Same Old Song Four Tops
22
16
You've Got To Hide Your Love Away Silkie
17
17
Baby Don't Go Sonny & Cher
21
18
Move It On Over Del Shannon
28
19
Shake And Fingerpop Junior Walker & the All Stars
20
Almost There Andy Williams
34
21
Run To My Lovin' Arms Billy Fury
39
22
Some Of Your Lovin' Dusty Springfield
36
23
She Needs Love Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders
11
24
What's New Pussycat? Tom Jones
12
25
I Got You Babe Sonny & Cher
26
Action Freddy Cannon
37
27
'Til I Lost You Vince Everett
30
28
Papa's Got A Brand New Bag James Brown & the Famous Flames
29
Message Understood Sandie Shaw
13
30
Make It Easy On Yourself Walker Brothers
31
That Means A Lot P J Proby
40
32
Agent 00 Soul Alex Harvey
33
In The Midnight Hour Wilson Pickett
23
34
Hurt Me If You Will Mark Four
35
Do You Believe In Magic? Lovin' Spoonful / Pack
15
36
Hark Unit 4 + 2
37
It's Too Late, Baby Too Late Arthur Prysock
24
38
Ju Ju Hand Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
39
Early Morning Rain Peter, Paul & Mary
33
40
Untrue, Unfaithful Nita Rossi

37
27
'Til I Lost You Vince Everett Fontana TF 606

Alan Field's Fab Notes:

Will the REAL Vince Everett please stand up? Vince Everett was originally the name of the character played by Elvis in the film Jailhouse Rock. Not uncoincidentally, it was the name taken by one Marvin Benefield, who recorded some Elvis-type songs for ABC Paramount in the States in the early Sixties. Not to be confused with him – though he frequently is – is the British Vince Everett who recorded for Fontana in the mid-to-late Sixties and is this week's Fab at #27.

The Caroline 'Sounds of '65' chart (south ship) for this week is here

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