From the Land of Band Box Records

The British Invasion: November 6th, 1965

July 4, 2012

The Rolling Stones landed….

….their 2nd number 1 – with “Get Off My Cloud”, dethroning one of the most recorded songs of all time – “Yesterday” by you know who.

The Zombies would have….

….their final chart record on Parrot Records with “Just Out of Reach”.  They would not return to the U.S charts until 1969 when they signed with Date Records.

The Top of the Charts November 6th, 1965

(from Billboard Magazine)

Number 1 – Get Off My Cloud – The Rolling Stones (up from #3)

Number 3 – Yesterday – The Beatles (down from #1)

Number 17 – Everyone’s Gone to the Moon – Jonathan King (up from #20)

Number 22 – Just a Little Bit Better – Herman’s Hermits (down from number 13)

November 6th, 1965 Invasion Debuts

Number 80 – Here it Comes Again – The Fortunes (peaks at #27)

Number 87 – It’s My Life – The Animals (peaks at #23)

Number 120 – Look Through Any Window – The Hollies (peaks at #32)

Number 133 – Just Out of Reach – The Zombies (peaks at #113)

French Pop Star Johnny Holliday accompanied…

….several other acts at the Bay area’s Rollarena including Neil Diamond!

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  1. You’ve confused San Francisco AM radio DJ Johnny Holliday (http://www.bayarearadio.org/pages/johnny-holliday_jock-to-rock_1.shtml) with French pop star Johnny Hallyday (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Hallyday). He was on radio station KYA (the affiliation is mentioned on the flyer).

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