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This is a listing of the U.S. Charting 45’s (later the non-charting) from 1963 through 1964.

August 1963

“From Me to You” – Charted August 13th, 1964 – 5 Weeks – Peaked at Number 115
This release from Vee Jay Records led the way in the U.S.

Beatles - Vee Jay 522 - From Me to You

January 1964

“I Want To Hold Your Hand” – Charted January 18th, 1964 – 15 Weeks – Peaks #1 for 7 Weeks

Beatles - Capitol 5112 PS - I Want to Hold Your Hand  Beatles - Cap 94 - I Want to Hold A

“She Loves You” – Charted January 25th, 1964 – 15 Weeks – Peaks #1 – 2 Weeks

the-beatles-she-loves-you-1964-2the-beatles-she-loves-you-1964-3

Dusty Springfield – “I Only Want To Be With You” – Charted January 25th – 10 Weeks – Peaks #12

Springfield, Dusty - Philips 40162 DJ - I Only Want to Be With You

February 1964

“I Saw Her Standing There” – Charted February 8th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #14

Beatles - Capitol 5112 PS - I Saw Her Standing ThereBeatles - Cap 94 - I Want to Hold B

“Have You Ever Been Lonely” – Charted February 8th, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaks #94
The Caravelles were Lois Wilkinson and Andrea Simpson

Caravelles - Smash 1869 - Have You Ever Been Lonely

“My Bonnie” – Charted February 15th, 1964 – 6 Weeks – Peaks #26

Beatles - MGM 13213 PS - My Bonniethe-beatles-with-tony-sheridan-my-bonnie-my-bonnie-lies-over-the-ocean-1964-2

The Dave Clark Five – “Glad All Over” – Charted February 15th, 1964 – 14 Weeks – Peaks #6

Clark Five, Dave - Epic 9656 - Glad All Over - PS Clark Five, Dave - Epic 9656 - Glad All Over

“My Boyfriend Got A Beatle Haircut – Charted February, 22nd, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaks #83

donna-lynn-my-boyfriend-got-a-beatle-haircut-capitol

“The Boy With The Beatle Hair” – Charted February 29th, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaks #85

the-swans-the-boy-with-the-beatle-hair-cameoSwans - Cameo 302 - The Boy With the Beatle Hair

March, 1964

“From Me To You” – Charted March 7th, 1964 – 6 Weeks – Peaks #41

the-beatles-please-please-me-1964-2Beatles - Vee Jay 581 - From Me to You

The Searchers – “Needles And Pins” – Charted March 7th, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #13

Searchers - Kapp 577 - Needles & Pins - PSSEARCHERS NEEDLES AND PINS

The Swinging Blue Jeans – “Hippy Hippy Shake” – Charted March 7th, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #24

the-swinging-blue-jeans-hippy-hippy-shake-imperial[1]

The Beatles – “Twist and Shout” – Charted March 14th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #2 for 4 Weeks

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Gino Washington – “Out of This World” – Charted March 14th, 1964 – #120

This charting single preceded Gino’s migration to the UK where he would front the Ram Jam Band – and at times go by “Geno”.

WASHINGTON GINO - WAND 147

The Beatles – “Roll Over Beethoven” – Charted March 21st, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaks #68
(The Canadian issue was imported into the U.S.)

Beatles - Capitol 72133 - Roll Over Beethoven

The Carefrees – “We Love You Beatles” – Charted March 21st, 1964 – 5 Weeks – Peaks #39

carefrees-we-love-you-beatles-dj-london-internationalCarefrees - London Int 10614 - We Love You Beatles - REC

The Four Preps – “A Letter to the Beatles” – Charted March 21st, 1964 – 3 Weeks – Peaks #85

Four Preps - Capitol 5143 - A Letter to the Beatles

The Beatles – “All My Loving” – Charted March 28th, 1964 – 6 Weeks – Peaks #45
(The Canadian issue was imported into the U.S.)

Beatles - Capitol 72144 - All My Loving

The Beatles – “Can’t Buy Me Love” – Charted March 28th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #1 for 5 Weeks

Beatles - Capitol 5150 PS - Can't Buy Me LoveBEATLES CAN'T BUY ME LOVE

The Beatles – “Do You Want To Know A Secret” – Charted March 28th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #2 for 2 Weeks

Beatles - Vee Jay 587 - Do You Want to Know a Secret - PSthe-beatles-do-you-want-to-know-a-secret-1964-29

Dusty Springfield – “Stay Awhile” – Charted March 28th – 7 Weeks – Peaks #38

Springfield, Dusty - Philips 40180 PS 1 - Stay Awhiledusty-springfield-stay-awhile-philips-3[1]

SPRINGFIELD DUSTY - PHILIPS 40180 DJ SPRINGFIELD DUSTY - PHILIPS 40180 DJ_0001

April 1964

The Dave Clark Five – “Bits & Pieces” – Charted April 4th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #4

Clark 5 - bits and pieces

The Beatles – “There’s A Place” – Charted April 11th, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #74

Beatles - Tollie 9001 DJ - There's a Place

The Beatles – “Love Me Do” – Charted April 11th, 1964 – 14 Weeks – Peaks #1 for 1 Week

the-beatles-love-me-do-1964-4 the-beatles-love-me-do-1964

The Bachelors – “Diane” – Charted April 18th, 1964 – 13 Weeks – Peaks #10

Bachelors - London 9639 - DianeBACHELORS - LONDON 9636 DJ B

The Beatles – “Why” – Charted April 18th – 1 Week – Peaks #88

Beatles - MGM 13227 PS - Whythe-beatles-with-tony-sheridan-why-1964

Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas – “Little Children” – Charted April 18th, 1964 – 15 Weeks – Peaks #7

Kramer, Little Children

Cliff Richard – I’m The Only One” – Charted April 18th, 1964 – 2 Weeks – #92

Richard, Cliff - Epic 9670 - I'm The Lonely One PSRichard, Cliff - Epic 9670 - I'm The Lonely One

The Searchers – “Ain’t That Just Like Me” – Charted April 18th, 1964 – 6 Weeks – Peaks #61

Searchers - Kapp 584 - Ain't That Just Like Me PSSearchers - Kapp 584 V1 - Ain't That Just Like Me

The Dave Clark Five – “I Knew It All The Time” – Charted April 25th, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #53

Clark Five, Dave - Congress 212 - I Knew It All The Time - PSClark Five, Dave - Congress 212 - I Knew It All The Time

Jackie Trent – “If You Love Me Really Love Me’ – Charted April 25th, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaks #106

Trent, Jackie - Kapp 583 - If You Love Me Really Love Me

May 1964

The Dave Clark Five – “Do You Love Me’ – Charted May 2nd, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #11

Clark Five, Dave - Do You Love Me

The Rolling Stones – “Not Fade Away” – Charted May 2nd, 1964 – 13 Weeks – #48

Rolling Stones - London 9657 - Not Fade Away - PSROLLING STONES NOT FADE

The Searchers – “Sugar & Spice” – Charted May 2nd, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #44

the-searchers-sugar-and-spice-liberty[1]

Bobby Rydell – “A World Without Love” – Charted May 9th, 1964 – #80

Rydell had the distinction of being an American to early-on record a Beatle composition before it was cool.  Perhaps more remarkable was Del Shannon’s “discovery” of the Fab Four during a 1963 UK tour.  He returned to record “From Me To You” in 1963 and would soon pen the hit “I Go To Pieces” which hit big for Peter and Gordon.

RYDELL BOBBIE - WORLD WITHOUT A RYDELL BOBBIE - WORLD WITHOUT B

The Swinging Blue Jeans – “Good Golly Miss Molly” – Charted May 9th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #43

Swinging Blue Jeans - Imperial 66030 - Good Molly Miss Molly

The Beatles – “P.S. I Love You” – Charted May 9th, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #10

the-beatles-love-me-do-1964-4Beatles - Tollie 9008 - P.S. I Love You

Peter & Gordon – “A World Without Love” – Charted May 9th, 1964 – 12 Weeks – Peaks #1

Peter and Gordon - World Without

The Hollies – “Just One Look” – May 16th, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #98

the-hollies-just-one-look-imperial[1]

Chad & Jeremy – “Yesterday’s Gone – Charted May 23rd, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #21

  Chad & Jeremy - World Artists 1021 - Yesterday's Gone

Gerry & The Pacemakers – “Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Crying- Charted May 23rd, 1964 – 12 Weeks – Peaks #4

gerry-and-the-pacemakers-dont-let-the-sun-catch-you-crying-laurie[1]

Millie Small – “My Boy Lollipop” – Charted May 23rd, 1964 – 12 Weeks – Peaks #2

millie-small-my-boy-lollipop-smash-2[1]

The Overlanders – “Yesterday’s Gone” – Charted May 23rd, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #75

Overlanders Yesterday's

Christine  – “Tell Me Mamma – Charted May 23rd, 1964 – 2 Weeks – Peaks #85

Quaite, Christine - Mama

Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas – “Bad To Me” – Charted May 30th, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #9

billy-j-kramer-with-the-dakotas-bad-to-me-1964[1]

The Searchers – “Don’t Throw Your Love Away” – Charted May 30th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #16

SEACHERS - DON'T THROW

June 1964

The Applejacks – “Tell Me When” – Charted June 6th, 1964 – 1 Week – #135

Applejacks - London 9658 - Tell Me When

The Beatles – “Four By The Beatles” (Extended Play) – Charted June 13th, 1964 – 3 Weeks – Peaks #93

Beatles - Capitol 2121 PC- Four By the Beatles

Beatles - Capitol 2121 EPA - Four By the Beatles Beatles - Capitol 2121 EPB - Four By the Beatles

The Dave Clark Five – “Can’t You See That She’s Mine” – Charted June 13th, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #4

Clark Five, Dave - Epic 9692 - Can't You See That She's Mine - PSClark Five, Dave - Epic 9692 - Can't You See That She's Mine

Dusty Springfield – “Wishin’ & Hopin'” – Charted June 20th, 1964 – 13 Weeks – Peaks #6

dusty-springfield-wishin-and-hopin-philips-2[1]

The Bachelors – “I Believe” – Charted June 27th, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #33

Bachelors - London 9672 - I Believe - PS (2)Bachelors - London 9672 - I Believe

The Beatles – “Sie Liebt Dich – Charted June 27th, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #97

Beatles - Swan 4182 - Sie Liebt Dich

The Four Pennies – “Juliet” – Charted June 27th, 1964 – 4 Weeks – #117

Four Pennies - Philips 40202 - Juliet

Peter & Gordon – “Nobody I Know” – June 27th, 1964 – Charted June, 27th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #12

Peter & Gordon - Capitol 5211 - Nobody I Know - PSpeter-and-gordon-nobody-i-know-1964-3[1]

July 1964

Cilla Black – “You’re My World” – Charted July 4th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #26

Black, Cilla - Capitol 5196 - You're My World

The Rolling Stones – “Tell Me (You’re Coming Back)” – July 4th, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #24

the-rolling-stones-tell-me-youre-coming-back-1964-5[1] ROLLING STONES TELL ME R

Gerry & The Pacemakers – “I’m The One” – Charted July 4th, 1964 – #108

GERRY PACEMAKERS - I'M THE ONE

Gerry & The Pacemakers – “How Do You Do It” – Charted July 11th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #9

gerry-and-the-pacemakers-how-do-you-do-it-laurie[1]

Gino Washington – “Gino is a Coward” – Charted July 11th, 1964 – #121

WASHINGTON GINO - RIC TIC COWARD

Bobby Shafto – “She’s My Girl” – Charted July 18th, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #99

bobby-shafto-shes-my-girl-rust[1]

The Beatles – “Ain’t She Sweet” – Charted July 18th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #19

the-beatles-aint-she-sweet-1964-6[1]Beatles - Atco 6308 - Ain't She Sweet

The Beatles – “A Hard Day’s Night” – Charted July 18th, 1964 – 13 Weeks – Peaks #2 for 2 Weeks

the-beatles-a-hard-days-night-capitol[1]the-beatles-a-hard-days-night-1964-21

The Beatles – “I Should Have Known Better” – Charted July 25th, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaks #53

the-beatles-i-should-have-known-better-capitol[1]Beatles - Capitol 5222 - I Should Have Known Better

Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas – “I’ll Keep You Satisfied” – Charted July, 25th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #30

billy-j-kramer-with-the-dakotas-ill-keep-you-satisfied-imperial[1]

George Martin – “Ringo’s Theme (This Boy)” – Charted July 25th, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #53

george-martin-and-his-orchestra-and-i-love-her-instrumental-1964-2[1]george-martin-and-his-orchestra-and-i-love-her-instrumental-1964-3[1]

The Rolling Stones – “It’s All Over Now” – Charted July 25th, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #26

the-rolling-stones-good-times-bad-times-london[1]the-rolling-stones-its-all-over-now-1964-14[1]

August 1964

The Beatles – “I’ll Cry Instead” – Charted August 1st, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #25

the-beatles-ill-cry-instead-capitol[1]the-beatles-ill-cry-instead-1964-3

Cliff Richard & The Shadows – “Bachelor Boy” – Charted August 1st, 1964 – 1 Week – #99

cliff-richard-and-the-shadows-bachelor-boy-epic[1]

Lulu & The Luvvers – “Shout” Charted August 1st, 1964 – 3 Weeks – Peaks #94

This recording would chart once again for Parrot in 1967 with a slightly longer (12 seconds) version

lulu-and-the-luvers-shout-1964-6[1]

The Beatles – “I’m Happy Just To Dance With You” – Charted August 1st, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #95

the-beatles-im-happy-just-to-dance-with-you-capitol[1]Beatles - Capitol 5234 - I'm Happy Just to Dance With You

The Beatles – “If I Fell” – Charted August 1st, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #53

the-beatles-if-i-fell-capitol[1]Beatles - Capitol 5235 - If I Fell

George Martin – “And I Love Her” – Charted August 1st, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaks #105

george-martin-and-his-orchestra-and-i-love-her-instrumental-1964-3[1]MARTIN GEORGE AND I LOVE HER R

The Swinging Blue Jeans – “You’re No Good” – Charted August 1st, 1964 – 2 Weeks – Peaks #97

the-swinging-blue-jeans-youre-no-good-imperial[1]

The Dave Clark Five – “Because” – Charted August 1st – 10 Weeks – Peaks #3

the-dave-clark-five-because-epic[1]Clark Five, Dave - Epic 9704 - Because

Millie Small – “Sweet William” – Charted August 8th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #40

millie-small-what-am-i-living-for-smash[1]

The Hollies – “Here I Go Again” – Charted August 8th, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #107

the-hollies-here-i-go-again-1964-2[1]

The Animals – “The House of the Rising Sun” – Charted August 8th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #1 for 2 Weeks

the-animals-the-house-of-the-rising-sun-1964-22[1]Animals - MGM 13264 - The House of the Rising Sun

The Searchers – “Some Day We’re Gonna Love Again” – Charted August 15th, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #34

the-searchers-some-day-were-gonna-love-again-1964-6[1]SEARCHERS SOME DAY

Chad & Jeremy – “A Summer Song” – Charted August 15th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #21

chad-stuart-and-jeremy-clyde-a-summer-song-world-artists[1]

The Young World Singers – “Ringo For President” – Charted August 22nd, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #132

the-young-world-singers-ringo-for-president-brunswick

Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas – “From A Window” – Charted August 22nd, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #23

billy-j-kramer-from-a-window-imperial[1]billy-j-kramer-with-the-dakotas-from-a-window-1964-4[1]

September 1964

The Beatles – “Match Box” – Charted September 5th, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #17

the-beatles-slow-down-1964-6[1]the-beatles-slow-down-1964-8

The Beatles – “Slow Down” – Charted September 5th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #25

the-beatles-matchbox-capitol[1]the-beatles-slow-down-1964-9

Manfred Mann – “Do Wah Diddy Diddy – Charted September 5th, 1964 – 13 Weeks – Peaks #1 for 2 Weeks

manfred-mann-do-wah-diddy-diddy-ascot[1]

The Shevelles – “I Could Conquer the World” – Charted September 5th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #7

the-shevelles-i-could-conquer-the-world-world-artists[1]

P.J. Proby – “Hold Me” – Charted September 5th, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaked #4

Proby was from the U.S. but migrated to the U.K. to pose as an Invader – He was much more popular in Great Britain than the U.S.

p-j-proby-hold-me-london[1]

The Nashville Teens – “Tobacco Road” – Charted September 12th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #14

the-nashville-teens-tobacco-road-1964-9[1]

The Animals – “Gonna Send You Back to Walker” – Charted September 12th, 1964 – 3 Weeks – Peaks #57

the-animals-gonna-send-you-back-to-walker-gonna-send-you-back-to-georgia-mgm[1]

The Animals – “Baby Let Me Take You Home” – Charted September 12th, 1964 – 2 Weeks – Peaks #102

the-animals-baby-let-me-take-you-home-mgm[1]

The Bachelors – “I Wouldn’t Trade You For The World” – Charted September 12th, 1964 – 6 Weeks – Peaks #69

the-bachelors-i-wouldnt-trade-you-for-the-world-1964-15[1]Bachelors - London 9693 - I Wouldn't Trade You For the World

Brian Poole & The Tremeloes – “Someone, Someone” – Charted September 12th, 1964 – 2 Weeks – Peaks #97

brian-poole-and-the-tremeloes-someone-someone-monument[1]

The Honeycombs – “Have I The Right” – Charted September 19th, 1964 – 13 Weeks – Peaks #5

the-honeycombs-have-i-the-right-interphon[1]

Cilla Black – “It’s For You” – Charted September 19th, 1964 3 Weeks – Peaks #79

Real name Priscilla White

cilla-black-its-for-you-capitol-3[1]

The Animals – “I’m Crying” – Charted September 26th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #9

the-animals-take-it-easy-mgm[1]Animals - MGM 13274 - I'm Crying

Gerry & The Pacemakers – “I Like It” – Charted September 26th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #17

gerry-and-the-pacemakers-i-like-it-laurie[1]

The Kinks – “You Really Got Me” – Charted September 26th, 1964 – 15 Weeks – Peaks #7

the-kinks-you-really-got-me-1964-8[1]

Dusty Springfield – “All Cried Out” – Charted September 26th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #41

Springfield, Dusty - Philips 40229 - All Cried Out - PSdusty-springfield-all-cried-out-philips-2[1]

October 1964

The Swinging Blue Jeans – “Promise You’ll Tell Her” – Charted October 3rd, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #130

the-swinging-blue-jeans-promise-youll-tell-her-imperial-2[1]

Buchannon & Greenfield – “The Invasion” – Charted October 3rd, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #120

Greenfield most often worked as a composer as part of the team Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield

buchanan-and-greenfield-what-a-lovely-party-novel

The Dave Clark Five – “Everybody Knows” – Charted October 3rd, 1964 – 8 Weeks – Peaks #15

the-dave-clark-five-everybody-knows-i-still-love-you-epic[1]Clark Five, Dave - Epic 9722 - Everybody Knows

George Martin – “I Should Have Known Better” – Charted October 3rd, 1964 – #111

george-martin-and-his-orchestra-a-hard-days-night-instrumental-united-artists[1]george-martin-and-his-orchestra-a-hard-days-night-instrumental-1964-2[1]

George Martin – “A Hard Day’s Night” – Charted October 3rd, 1964 – #122

MARTIN GEORGE - HARD DAY'S DJ MARTIN GEORGE - HARD DAY'S

Kasey Casem – “Letter From Elaina” – Charted October 3rd, 1964 – 2 Weeks – Peaks #102

casey-kasem-letter-from-elaina-warner-bros[1]

Peter & Gordon – “I Don’t Want to See You Again” – Charted October 3rd, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #16

peter-and-gordon-i-dont-want-to-see-you-again-capitol[1]peter-and-gordon-i-dont-want-to-see-you-again-1964[1]

The Rolling Stones – “Time Is On My Side” – Charted October 17th, 1964 – 13 Weeks – Peaks #6

the-rolling-stones-time-is-on-my-side-1964-4[1]ROLLING STONES TIME IS ON R

The Zombies – “She’s Not There” – Charted October 17th, 1964 – 15 Weeks – Peaks #2 for 2 Weeks

the-zombies-shes-not-there-1964-7[1]

The Searchers – “When You Walk Into The Room” – Charted October 17th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #35

the-searchers-when-you-walk-in-the-room-kapp[1]

Herman’s Hermits – “I’m Into Something Good” – Charted October 17th, 1964 – 13 Weeks – Peaks #13

hermans-hermits-im-into-something-good-mgm[1]

Simon Scott – “Move It Baby” – Charted October 24th, 1964 – 2 Weeks – Peaks #110

simon-scott-what-kind-of-woman-imperial[1]

November 1964

The Chipmunks – “All My Loving” – Charted November 11th, 1964 – #134

CHIPMUNKS ALL MY LOVING DJ CHIPMUNKS ALL MY LOVING PS

The Dave Clark Five – “Anyway You Want It” – Charted November 14th, 1964 – 12 Weeks – Peaks #14

the-dave-clark-five-anyway-you-want-it-epic[1]

Manfred Mann – “Sha La La” – Charted November 14th, 1964 – 12 Weeks – Peaks #12

manfred-mann-sha-la-la-1964-8[1]MANFRED MAN SHA LA R

Chad & Jeremy – “Willow Weep For Me’ – Charted November 14th, 1964 – 13 Weeks – Peaks #15

chad-and-jeremy-willow-weep-for-me-world-artists[1]Chad & Jeremy - World Artists 1034 - Willow Weep for Me

Sandie Shaw – “(There’s) Always Something There To Remind Me” – Charted November 28th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #52

sandie-shaw-dont-you-know-reprise[1]

The Hullaballoos – “I’m Gonna Love You Too” – Charted November 28th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #56

the-hullaballoos-im-gonna-love-you-too-1964-3[1]the-hullaballoos-im-gonna-love-you-too-1964-6[1]

The Searchers – “Love Potion Number 9” – Charted November 28th, 1964 – 14 Weeks – Peaks #3

the-searchers-love-potion-number-nine-1964[1]

The You Know Who Group – “Roses Are Red My Love” – Charted November 28th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #43

These guys posed as Invaders – They were actually a bunch of guys from the Eastern Seaboard in the U.S.

the-you-know-who-group-roses-are-red-my-love-4-corners-of-the-world[1]

Marianne Faithfull – “As Tears Go By” – Charted November 28th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #22

marianne-faithfull-as-tears-go-by-london[1]

December 1964

The Beatles – “I Feel Fine” – Charted December 5th, 1964 – 11 Weeks – Peaks #1 for 3 Weeks

BEATLES - I FEEL FINE PSthe-beatles-i-feel-fine-1964-4

The Beatles – “She’s A Woman” – Charted December 5th, 1964 – 9 Weeks – Peaks #4

BEATLES - SHES A WOMAN PSthe-beatles-i-feel-fine-1964-5

P.J. Proby – “Together” – Charted December 5th, 1964 – 1 Week – Peaks #117

Proby, P.J. - London 9705 DJ - Together R

The Animals – “Boom, Boom” – Charted December 5th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #43

animals-blue-feeling-mgm[1]Animals - MGM 13298 - Boom Boom

The Nashville Teens – “Google Eye” – Charted December 12th, 1964 – 3 Weeks – Peaks #3

the-nashville-teens-google-eye-1964-7[1]

Gerry & The Pacemakers – “I’ll Be There” – Charted December 12th, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #14

gerry-and-the-pacemakers-ill-be-there-1964-2[1]

The Pretty Things – “Don’t Bring Me Down” – Charted December 12th, 1964 – #139

PRETTY THINGS - DON'T BRING ME DOWN

The Honeycombs – “I Can’t Stop” – Charted December 19th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #48

the-honeycombs-i-cant-stop-1964-7[1]the-honeycombs-i-cant-stop-1964-3[1]

Lulu – “I’ll Come Running” – Charted December 26th, 1964 – 7 Weeks – Peaks #105

lulu-ill-come-running-parrot[1]

The Kinks – “All Day and All of the Night” – Charted December 19th, 1964 – 12 Weeks – Peaks #7

the-kinks-all-day-and-all-of-the-night-1964-8[1]

The Bachelors – “No Arms Can Ever Hold You” – Charted December 26th, 1964 – 10 Weeks – Peaks #27

the-bachelors-no-arms-can-ever-hold-you-1964-7[1]

Dusty Springfield – “Guess Who” – Charted December 26th, 1964 – 4 Weeks – Peaks #109

dusty-springfield-live-it-up-1964[1]

2 Comments

  1. Two of the BI singles were about the Beatles’ haircuts. Also noticed The Kinks exploded onto the scene in ’64 with two monster hits.

  2. Pingback: British Invasion Update | PopBopRocktilUDrop

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