From the Land of Band Box Records

The British Invasion: July 24th

May 10, 2012

For the second week in a row – perhaps from since the start of the Invasion in 1964 – no debut records this week – all quiet on the Western Front.  The Stones however held tight to the Top Spot for the 3rd straight week with The Hermits right behind.

1964 Stones on Buddy Holly

October of 1964

They were cuter than Buttons

The Top of the Charts July 24th, 1965

(from Billboard Magazine)

Number 1 – Satisfaction – The Rolling Stones (3rd week at #1)
Number 2 – I’m Henry the VIII – Herman’s Hermits (up from #3)
Number 10 – You Turn Me On – Ian Whitcomb (down from #8)
Number 12 – I Like it Like That – The Dave Clark Five (up from #26)
Number 15 – Marie – The Bachelor (up from #22)
Number 20 – For Your Love – The Yardbirds (down from #13)
Number 23 – Set Me Free – The Kinks (up from #25)
Number 24 – Here Comes the Night – Them (2nd week at #24)
Number 25 – Wonderful World – Herman’s Hermits (down from #12)
Number 28 – A World of Our Own – The Seekers (down from #19)
Joel Whitburn’s Record Research (based on Billboard)

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