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The British Invasion: November 7th, 1964

February 5, 2012
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Several of the Invaders continued to move up into the upper reaches of the Billboard Charts.  David Seville’s Chipmunks made a very brief appearance with the Liberty single “All My Loving” which was backed by “Please Please Me” – sort of hard locate on the U.S. label.

The Fourmost never entered the U.S. charts but had a handful of releases during the Invasion era including the Atco label – and with “Here There & Everywhere” a Lennon/McCartney composition in 1966 – on the Capitol label.  The Fourmost are displayed here performing the Holland-Dozier-Holland penned hit (for the Four Tops).  They evolved from a duo called the Two Jays” in the late 1950’s – then into the “Four Jays” and so on and hailed from the Liverpool area.

Cilla Black (Priscilla White) from Liverpool – performs her July 1964 hit.

British Invasion on the U.S. Billboard Charts – November 1st, 1964

(Visit Joel Whitburn’s Record Research website presenting Billboard Charts)

Top Invaders:

(Number 1 – Baby Love by the Supremes – 3rd Week)

Number 3 – Manfred Mann – Do Wah Diddy Diddy
Number 6 – Honeycombs – Have I the Right
Number 10 – Gale Garnett – We’ll Sing in the Sunshine

Debut:
Chipmunks – All My Loving #134 – Peaked at 134 and ran for a single week!

Terry Black (Canada) – Unless You Care #113
Chad & Jeremy – A Summer Song – #21
Searchers – When You Walk Into the Room – #44
Rolling Stones – Time is On My Side – #30
Herman’s Hermits – I’m into Something Good – #41
Dave Clark Five – Everybody Knows – #15
Peter and Gordon – I Don’t Want to See You Again – #16
Zombies – She’s Not There – #22
Gerry & Pacemakers – I Like It – #17
Kinks – You Really Got Me – #20
Animals – I’m Crying – #19
Dusty Springfield – All Cried Out – #43
Nashville Teens – Tobacco Road – #14

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