Radio 270 Top 40,
6th August 1967.

This chart was originally provided by Ian Kellock but it had a few gaps in it. Many of these were later filled by Michel Bands who said: “I found (the chart) somewhere on the internet between 2001 and 2010. Unfortunately I am unable to remember exactly where.” Per Berggren has now provided the rest of the data. It was Radio 270's last chart. There was not a new one issued on Sunday 13th August 1967 because, sadly, the station closed down the following day.


 

RADIO 270   Top 40   6th-14th August 1967
 
Presented by Mike Hayes




1 (2)
San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair)
Scott McKenzie
2 (1)
All You Need Is Love
The Beatles
3 (5)
Tramp
Otis Redding & Carla Thomas
4 (9)
Death Of A Clown
Dave Davies
5 (16)
(It Looks Like) I'll Never Fall In Love Again
Tom Jones
6 (17)
Creeque Alley
The Mamas & The Papas
7 (19)
Light My Fire
The Doors
8 (13)
Tonight In Tokyo
Sandie Shaw
9 (3)
Bye Bye Baby
The Symbols
10 (6)
Annabella
John Walker
11 (4)
Cry Softly Lonely One
Roy Orbison
12 (12)
Woman Like That, Yeah
Joe Tex
13 (14)
When The World Is Ready
Vince Hill
14 (15)
Hi Hi Hazel
The Troggs
15 (20)
I Take What I Want
James & Bobby Purify
16 (24)
More And More
Andy Williams
17 (21)
Greasy Spoon
Rufus Thomas
18 (25)
Craise Finton Kirk
Johnny Young
19 (22)
Museum
Herman's Hermits
20 (28)
Back To Memphis
Chuck Berry
21 (29)
Even The Bad Times Are Good
The Tremeloes
22 (34)
The House That Jack Built
The Alan Price Set
23 (32)
Green Street Green
The New Vaudeville Band
24 (31)
Tiny Goddess
Nirvana
25 (-)
I Want To Go Back There Again
Truly Smith
26 (36)
A Bad Night
Cat Stevens
27 (10)
You Can't Come Home Again
P.J Proby
28 (-)
Gin House Blues
Amen Corner
29 (35)
Three Steps To The Phone
Larry Cunningham
30= (37)
Suddenly Things
The Ivy League
30= (39)
Hello Lover
Billy Forrest
31 (38)
Smile
The Rockin' Berries
32 (40)
Raining In My Heart
Mike Berry
33 (-)
Itchycoo Park*
or Here Comes The Nice
The Small Faces
34 (-)
Let's Go To San Francisco
The Flowerpot Men
35 (-)
Thank The Lord For The Night Time
Neil Diamond
36 (-)
The Idol
The Fortunes
37 (-)
It's The Little Things
Sonny & Cher
38 (-)
Time Seller
The Spencer Davis Group
39 (-)
A Girl Like You
The Young Rascals
40= (-)
I'm Sorry
Esther Phillips
40= (-)
Sticks And Stones
Warm Sounds


* Both Ian's and Per's records show Itchycoo Park by The Small Faces at number 33, Michel's has their previous release Here Comes The Nice in that position. Itchycoo Park was released on 11th August so seems the more likely.




We are very grateful to Ian, Michel and Per for their help.
 
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