The City Sixty, 26th November - 3rd December 1965


As before, the original document only lists the song titles and does not give the artists' names. We have attempted to fill in the gaps but, in some cases, have had to make an educated guess about which track is being referred to. If you spot any errors, please get in touch.
 
Last week's City Sixty was dated to run Saturday to Saturday but this one returns to the previous arrangement and starts on a Friday. After last week's massive clear-out, with more than a third of the tracks changing, this week we have a relatively modest eleven new entries. Strangely four of last week's new entries have dropped back off the chart after only one week of airplay. One that was dropped last week, The Four Pennies, returns.


THE CITY SIXTY       Friday 26th November - Friday 3rd December 1965
this
week
last
week



1
1

1 - 2 - 3
Len Barry
2
2

The Carnival Is Over
The Seekers
3
5

A Lover's Concerto
The Toys
4
6

Wind Me Up (Let Me Go)
Cliff Richard
5
3

My Generation
The Who
6
12

Princess In Rags
Gene Pitney
7
4

Get Off Of My Cloud
The Rolling Stones
8
29
*
Maria
P.J Proby
9
22

The River
Ken Dodd
10
7

It's My Life
The Animals
11
17
*
Let's Hang On
The Four Seasons
12
27

How Can You Tell
Sandie Shaw
13
9

Positively 4th. Street
Bob Dylan
14
10

Tell Me Why
Elvis Presley
15
8

Here It Comes Again
The Fortunes
16
14

You're The One
Petula Clark
17
42

Rescue Me
Fontella Bass
18
13

Don't Bring Me Your Heartaches
Paul & Barry Ryan
19
-

To Whom It Concerns
Chris Andrews
20
11

Is It Really Over
Jim Reeves
21
15

Yesterday Man
Chris Andrews
22
35

Good Lovin'
Brian Poole & the Tremeloes
23
20

Crawling Back
Roy Orbison
24
33

Mystic Eyes
Them
25
37

Ain't That Peculiar
Marvin Gaye
26
44

The War Lord
The Shadows
27
19

Treat Her Right
Roy Head
28
16

Yesterday
Matt Monro
29
24

Our Love Is Slipping Away
The Ivy League
30
31

Rusty Bells
Brenda Lee
31
23

Something
Georgie Fame
32
21

In The Chapel In The Moonlight
The Bachelors
33
-

You've Got What I Want
The Sorrows
34
25

Who You Gonna Hurt
Beryl Marsden
35
34

Girls, Girls, Girls
The Fourmost
36
38

Run Baby Run
The Newbeats
37
48
**
Till The End Of The Day
The Kinks
38
49

I Found A Girl
Jan & Dean
39
-
**
I've Got Mine
The Small Faces
40
-
***
You Can't Buy My Love
Marian Angel or Barbara Lynn ?
41
39

My Girl
Otis Redding
42
40

I'm On The Outside Looking In
Little Anthony & The Imperials
43
47

Just To Satisfy You
Val Doonican
44
-

Upon A Painted Ocean
Barry McGuire
45
46

What The World Needs Now Is Love
Jackie De Shannon
46
57

Don't Fight It
Wilson Pickett
47
55

Not To Be Taken
The Bow-Bells
48
-

Holiday In Athens
Marcello Minerbi
49
53

Thunderball
Tom Jones
50
-

Until It's Time For You To Go
The Four Pennies
51
-

Where The Sun Has Never Shone
Jonathan King
52
54

It's Yourself
Shirley Bassey
53
59

Over And Over
The Dave Clark Five
54
-

No Living Without Loving (E.P.)
Manfred Mann
55
58

This Year, Next Year
The Honeycombs
56
-

The Story Of John Hardy
Sir Douglas Quintet
57
-

Everybody's Talkin' About My Baby
Roger Peacock
58
-

Down Came The Rain
Mister Murray
59
36
*
You Make It Move
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich
60
32

Neon City
Billy J Kramer & the Dakotas





* Incorrect last week positions listed on the original document.
 
** The same track, “I've Got Mine”, is listed at both number 37 and 39 but we can tell from next week's chart that number 37 should actually be The Kinks' “Till The End Of The Day”.
 
*** Can anyone remember which version of “You Can't Buy My Love” was played on Radio City?


Our thanks to Brian Long.
 
The Radio London ‘Fab 40’ and Caroline South ‘Sounds Of 65’ chart for this week can be found on the Radio London website.
 
The links from the songs on this page lead to the Amazon MP3 Store where you can hear short audio clips of the tracks and customers in the UK can buy downloads. Please see this note.
 
There are a number of other offshore charts listed on The Pirate Radio Hall of Fame. Full details here.
 
Next week's City Sixty is here.
 
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