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The British Invasion: January 29th, 1966

August 28, 2012
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The days of surprises..

…for the British Invasion in the U.S. were all but over.  The excitement of the groups appearing in rapid succession “out of nowhere” was now routine – expected.  Some of the earliest were already finished – others would endure for years – and always the occasional “latest thing”.

DC Five with Chart Appearance Number 15

American “Invaders” Ridin’ in on The Ship

 

The British Invasion on the Hot 100 – January 29th, 1966

(from Billboard Magazine)

(The Beatles Rebound – Back to Number 1)

Number 1 – We Can Work it Out – The Beatles (up from #2 and 3rd week at #1)

Number 5 – As Tears Go By – The Rolling Stones (up from #9)

Number 8 – A Must to Avoid – Herman’s Hermits (2nd week at #8)

Number 13 – Day Tripper – The Beatles (down from #5)

Number 19 – A Well Respected Man (up from #24)

January 29th, 1966 Hot 100 Invasion Debuts

Number 87 – My Ship is Coming In – The Walker Brothers (peaks at #63)

Number 100 – Take Me For What I’m Worth – The Searchers

“Bubbling Under” the Hot 100

Number 101 – At the Scene – The Dave Clark 5 (peaks at #18)

Number 114 – Yesterday Man – Chris Andrews

Number 124 – The Keys to My Soul – The Silkie (peaks at #124)

This and That U.S. Artists

The Knickerbockers (from New Jersey) were immediately thought by many upon their release of “Lies” (#22 this week) to be a U.K. Invader – something that I am sure they did nothing to dissuade.

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