The British Invasion cooled….
…down considerably from the peak months in late December 1964 and the early part of 1965 with 11 entry’s on the Hot 100 charts and three more “Bubbling Under”. Marianne Faithfull’s “Go Away From My World” would be her next to final Invasion Era chart record. The picture sleeve which was sparsely distributed with this release is shown below. It seldom appears at auction. Also shown are two very scare photo sleeves which recently came up on EBay. The Peter and Gordon Open Ended Interview provided jocks across the nation an opportunity to “interview them live”.
The Top of the Charts November 27th, 1965
Number 5 – Get Off My Cloud – The Rolling Stones (down from #3)
Number 10 – You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away – The Silkie (up from #12)
Number 16 – Over and Over – The Dave Clark Five (up from #38)
Number 21 – Make it Easy on Yourself – The Walker Brothers (up from #24)
Number 23 – Everyone’s Gone to the Moon – Jonathan King (2nd week at #23)
Number 26 – Yesterday – The Beatles (down from #13)
Number 27 – I’m a Man – The Yardbirds (up from 32)
November 27th, 1965 Invasion Debuts
Number 135 – Go Away From My World – Marianne Faithfull (peaks at #89)
Obscure Hit of the Week (non-invasion)
Does anyone recall “Everybody Do the Sloopy” by Johnny Thunder? (debuting at number 90)