for Sunday 21st August 1966
Alan Field was on holiday abroad this week in 1966.
All chart information is courtesy of Brian Long and Wolfgang Buchholtz.


Not only were the Small Faces at #1 in the Fab Forty, (#9 on this week's Caroline Countdown of Sound and #4 in Radio City's Swinging Sixty), they were headlining Radio England's 'Swinging '66' tour.

Click on this promotional photo which appeared on the front page of New Musical Express dated 19th August 1966, to see a larger version.

Clipping kindly supplied by Bert Bossink.


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This
 
Week
Week
13
1
All Or Nothing Small Faces
3
2
More Than Love Ken Dodd
1
3
Yellow Submarine / Eleanor Rigby Beatles
14
4
They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha Haa! Napoleon XIV
16
5
Got To Get You Into My Life Cliff Bennett & the Rebel Rousers
23
6
Barefootin' Robert Parker
10
7
Headline News Alan Bown Set / Edwin Starr
9
8
Just Like A Woman Manfred Mann
12
9
Big Time Operator Zoot Money's Big Roll Band
30
10
Too Soon To Know Roy Orbison
2
11
God Only Knows Beach Boys
6
12
Hi-Lili Hi-Lo Alan Price Set
38
13
Working In The Coal Mine Lee Dorsey
18
14
Tell Her Dean Parrish
20
15
So Fine Santelles
15
16
Warm And Tender Love Percy Sledge
40
17
You Make Me Feel Like Someone Billy J Kramer
37
18
Cast Your Fate To The Wind Shelby Flint
7
19
With A Girl Like You Troggs
4
20
I Saw Her Again Mamas & Papas
40
21
I Can't Turn You Loose Otis Redding
37
22
Stop That Girl Chris Andrews
8
23
I Want You Bob Dylan
32
24
Tossin' And Turnin' Dave Davani Four
11
25
Give Me Your Word Billy Fury
26
Step Out Of Line Twice As Much
27
If You Ever Leave Me Jackie Trent
28
(You Make Me Feel) So Good McCoys
29
Distant Drums Jim Reeves
17
30
Summer In The City Lovin' Spoonful
35
31
This Heart Of Mine Jimmy James & the Vagabonds
32
Just Once In My Life Righteous Brothers
33
Ashes To Ashes Mindbenders
34
My Heart's Symphony Gary Lewis & the Playboys
35
Sunny Bobby Hebb
36
How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) Junior Walker & the All Stars
26
36
Out Of This World Chiffons
34
37
Good Day Sunshine Tremeloes / Glen Dale
38
Is That A Ship I Hear? Tornados
38
Here There And Everywhere Episode Six
39
See You In September Symbols
33
39
Summertime Billy Stewart
40
I Dig Everything David Bowie & the Buzz
40
Never You Hurt The One You Love Laurel Aitken

Like the Small Faces, Twice As Much also featured in a large photo on the front page of the current edition of the NME. It promoted the release that day (19th August) of their new single Step Out of Line – new in at #26 in this week's Fab Forty.

Step Out of Line and the biggest Twice As Much hit Sitting on a Fence can be found on the Sequel compilation Jimmy Page – Hip Young Guitar Slinger, comprising 65 tracks on 2 CDs. Although Jimmy played on so many sessions that it's impossible for him to recall them all, all tracks on these CDs are believed to have been enhanced by his musical talents. Click on the picture to see the track list.

DJ Climber:
Beg Borrow And Steal Rare Breed Tony Windsor



Climbers:  
Land Of 1,000 Dances Wilson Pickett
Hey Nellie Nellie Bob Lind
Run Sandie Shaw
I Don't Care Los Bravos
You Can't Hurry Love Supremes
I'm A Boy Who
I Guess I'll Always Love You Isley Brothers
When I Come Home Spencer Davis Group
Little Darlin' (I Need You) Marvin Gaye
The World Of No Return Kenny Damon
Thigh High David Essex
Daytime Hedgehoppers Anonymous
Angelica Bobby Rio
Wade In The Water Ramsey Lewis Trio / Graham Bond Organisation
Pack Your Bags Brendan Phillips
Winchester Cathedral New Vaudeville Band
Another Time, Another Place Chippy
When The Ship Comes In FBI (Folk Blues Incorporated)
Disc of the Week:  
We Love The Pirate Stations Roaring 60's
Album of the Week  
Portrait Walker Brothers


The Caroline 'Countdown Sixty' chart (south ship) for this week is here
This week's Radio City 'City Sixty' on the Pirate Radio Hall of Fame is here

Tune in next week for another Field's Fab Forty