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The British Invasion: January 23rd, 1965

March 21, 2012
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The Ivy League

The Ivy League perform “Funny How Love Can Be” in 1965.  They managed to only once in the U.S. with “Tossin and Turnin” in ’65.  Many members passed through the ranks from 1964 until sometime in 1966 or 1967 including John Carter and Ken Lewis who formerly were with Carter Lewis & the Southerners.

The Ivy League

Tony Burrows was with The Ivy League and he later performed later with The Flowerpot Men and then became the lead voice for Edison Lighthouse (“Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes”), White Plains (“My Baby Loves Lovin”), the Pipkins (“Gimme Dat Ding”), The Brotherhood of Man (“United We Stand”) and First Class (“Beach Baby”)!

Twinkle

Twinkle made her meek debut with “Terry”, her only entry into the U.S. charts – released on the label who paved the way for the Beatles Vee Jay’s Tollie Label.  The song was reminiscent of the Shangri Las “Leader of the Pack”.

Twinkle on Tollie

Invaders on the Charts – January 23rd, 1965

(English Pop Singer Petula Clark’s “Downtown” moves into the number 1 Spot)

Topper Most of the Popper Most

Number 3 – Love Potion #9 – The Searchers (2nd week at number 3)
Number 4 – I Feel Fine – The Beatles (down from number 2)
Number 14 – She’s a Woman – The Beatles (down from number 12)
Number 15 – Willow Weep for Me – Chad & Jeremy (up from number 17)
Number 16 – I’ll Be There – Gerry & Pacemakers (up from number 26)
Number 19 – All Day and All Night – The Kinks (up from number 29)
Number 20 – Anyway You Want It – The Dave Clark Five (down from number 18)

Debuts:

Number 133 – Terry – Twinkle (peaks at number 110)

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