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The British Invasion: March 5th, 1966

September 29, 2012
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Nowhere Man Out of Nowhere

The song leaped onto the charts it’s very first week at a lofty number 25.  This song – as did “What Goes On” were both included on the “Yesterday and Today” album.  The double sided chart release would be two of six sides to chart during 1966 for the Beatles – a dramatic difference over the early days of the Invasion.

Back Beat A to Z: Adam, Mike and Tim

They were brothers Mike and Adam Sedgewick along with Tim Saunders.  They never charted in the U.S. but released singles on the Press label.  They recorded for Decca and Columbia in the U.K.

Adam – Mike and Tim

The British Invasion on the Hot 100 – March 5th, 1966

(from Billboard Magazine)

(Sgt Barry Sadler’s “Ballad of the Green Berets” at #1 first week)

Number 4 – Listen People – Herman’s Hermits (up from #13)

Number 12 – 19th Nervous Breakdown – The Rolling Stones (up from #46)

Number 19 – At the Scene – Dave Clark Five (up from #21)

Number 25 – Nowhere Man – The Beatles – Debut

March 5th, 1966 Hot 100 Invasion Debuts

Number 83- Keep on Runnin’ – The Spencer Davis Group (up from #112)

“Bubbling Under” the Hot 100

Number 119 – What Goes On – The Beatles (peaks at #81)

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