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British Invasion: May 29th, 1965

April 23, 2012
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Paul & Barry Ryan

Well, they didn’t make much of a mark as Invaders – easy to see (and hear) why.  They were twin brothers who experienced mild success the U.K. emerging in 1965 and eventually charting with 10 singles in their homeland but none as a duo in the U.S.  Barry Ryan charted once in the U.S. with “Eloise” topping out at number 86 in late 1968.  The song ran to number 2 in the U.K.

The Top of the Charts May 29th, 1965

(from Billboard Magazine)

Seeking the Hermits

Number 2 – Ticket to Ride – The Beatles – (down from #1)

Number 4 – Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter – (down from #2)

Number 8 – I’ll Never Find Another You – (down from #5)

Number 14 – Silhouettes – Herman’s Hermits – (down from #7)

Number 16 – True Love Ways – Peter & Gordon (up from #17)

Number 21- Do the Freddy – Freddy & the Dreamers (up from #24)

Number 22 – You Were Made for Me – Freddy & the Dreamers (up from #26)

Number 23 – Reelin & Rockin – The Dave Clark 4 (2nd week at #23)

Chart Debuts May 29th, 1965:

Number 50 – Wonderful World – Herman’s Hermits

Number 87 – A World of Our Own – The Seekers

Number 127 – From the Bottom of My Heart – The Moody Blues

Billboard Announces More Invaders May 1965

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